Coding

22 Apr

AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode Announce Largest-Ever Summer Offering of Coding Courses

For Release: Immediate – Day, April 19th, 2020 AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode Announce Largest-Ever Summer Offering of Coding Courses With rising interest and heightened importance amid the rapid growth of the digital economy, three popular classes will cater to learners of all ages seeking to transition to a software-sector career Albany and Kingston, NY – AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization creating a...

20 Jan

Albany Times Union – AlbanyCanCode gets tech exec as new board member

AlbanyCanCode gets tech exec as new board member Jan. 19, 2021 AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode are excited to welcome Stew Meyers to our Board of Directors. Stew Meyers is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Kingston’s @exago and he is a recognized software entrepreneur and software executive with a passion for technology and community! “We look forward to harnessing...

19 Nov

AlbanyCanCode Opens Registration for Spring 2021 Courses

AlbanyCanCode Opens Registration for Spring 2021 Courses Three courses will be offered virtually, including a first-ever class in Microsoft Azure 11/19/20 – Albany, NY-AlbanyCanCode, a nonprofit organization creating a new generation of software coders in New York, today announced the opening of registration for its Spring 2021 courses, which include a first-ever class in Microsoft Azure. All...

06 Oct

NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR NEW AMERICANS ANNOUNCES IMMIGRANTS CAN CODE TO EMPOWER IMMIGRANTS WITH DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLS

For Immediate Release: October 5, 2020 Contact:518-486-9844 press@dos.ny.gov Follow us on Twitter @NYSDOS NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR NEW AMERICANS ANNOUNCES IMMIGRANTS CAN CODE TO EMPOWER IMMIGRANTS WITH DIGITAL LITERACY SKILLS Partnership Between ONA and AlbanyCanCode Will Provide Virtual Computer Education and Training Courses Dedicated to Immigrants Program is Designed to Prepare New Americans for Growing Career Opportunities in the Lucrative High-Tech Field  The...

Annmarie Lanesey, founder and CEO of Albany Can Code. DONNA ABBOTT-VLAHOS
29 Sep

Need for Albany Can Code classes ‘bigger than ever’ as people change careers during pandemic

Need for Albany Can Code classes ‘bigger than ever’ as people change careers during pandemic    Albany Can Code will have software training scholarships covered for about a year with recent funding from the state. Annmarie Lanesey, founder and CEO of the nonprofit, said she is grateful for the funding because the need for...

13 Aug

Registration is Underway for Fall 2020 Computer Coding Courses at AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode

Inaugural course in Kingston and three classes in Albany will be presented virtually; training supports growing tech job opportunities as the remote workplace rapidly expands Albany and Kingston, NY – AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization creating a new generation of software coders in New York, today announced the opening of registration for the Fall 2020 session, which...

13 Aug

AlbanyCanCode holding virtual fall software programming courses

AlbanyCanCode holding virtual fall software programming courses  via Times Union TROY — AlbanyCanCode and the new KingstonCanCode software programming educational nonprofits are holding fall courses online starting Sept. 14. Read the full article here: https://www.timesunion.com/business/article/AlbanyCanCode-holding-virtual-fall-software-15472054.php ...

13 Aug

How can the Albany region build a more diverse workforce? Start with the talent pipeline

How can the Albany region build a more diverse workforce? Start with the talent pipeline  via Albany Business Review Annmarie Lanesey, founder and CEO of AlbanyCanCode The issue, Lanesey said, was that companies needed to change their perception of talent and who may have it. “Our mission says it in black and white, to create a more diverse...