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Access Code produces Android and iOS developers through a 9-month curriculum developed and taught by leading Android and iOS experts from companies including Google, TouchLab, and Adobe. Accepting only 5% of applicants, the highly selective program equips graduates with technical training and immersive entrepreneurial learning.

 
 

Powering NYC Tech

Access Code graduates are working as mobile developers and programmers at innovative tech companies.

 
 

Design. Build. Launch.

Student Projects

Access Code developers work collaboratively in teams, master industry tools, and work under pressure to build custom apps. Utilizing technical skills as well as product development and UI/UX training, every Access Code graduate ships a complete mobile app to Google Play or the App Store.

 

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Pencraft is redefining mobile gaming through its innovative game controller. Utilizing the built in magnometer on Apple devices, Pencraft enables new ways of playing games and interacting with mobile devices.


 

Mozi is a low-cost DIY robot designed to help kids learn how to code. Powered by an Arduino microprocessor and the Google Blockly visual programming editor, Mozi is fully customizable and fun to build.

 

Zetron

Zetron reimagines the game of tag as a smartphone-powered active multiplayer experience. Run, jump, and join the chase to avoid the infected evil Zetron virus!

 
 
 

Curriculum and Instruction

Built and Taught by Industry Experts

From student selection to curriculum development to class instruction, Access Code is led by professionals and experts from tech companies and startups.

 
 

Empowering New Leaders

Access Code alumni are working at the top tech companies, building the tech community, and launching startups of their own.

 
 
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Paola Maldonado

After Access Code, Paola joined BuzzFeed as an iOS software engineer and helped launch their News mobile app. She also helped launch NYC Tech Latinas, an organization dedicated to increasing the representation of Latinas in the tech industry.

Moawia Eldeeb

An Egyptian immigrant who grew up in Queensbridge Public Housing, Moawia launched his own tech startup after graduating from Access Code. He recently raised over $1.85 million in venture capital to build his company SmartSpot.

 

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