Leader In Alumni Career Outcomes

Advance Your Career

Verified Outcomes

Most students that enroll with us start as complete beginners but with our extensive career services program they are able to launch a technology career.

Project-Based Curriculum To Launch Your Career

All students create at least 2 projects on any topic which they may showcase to potential employers.

Career Pipeline

We work with a number of active employers to stay on top of skills they seek in talent and help students transition from our bootcamp to a technology career.

Build A Personal Brand

Students build a strong personal brand with the help of our career services team.  Many have published blogs on technical topics.  Some have been featured in interviews.  

“Byte really understands what it takes to get a great job…I can genuinely say that the learning which Byte Academy provided me with, was pinnacle to receiving an offer.”


Graduate, Received Offer At Facebook


Meet Our Alumni

    Final Projects

    Web Trader: Simulation Trading Game

    • Student Name: Mike

    A simulation trading game created by a former commodities trader (pictured); now, crypto exchange developer.

    With Web Trader, users trade paper money and while the app keeps track of account balance, p/l and positions of all stocks you buy and sell. *

    *Users must create log-in ID in order to enter site


    • Student Name: Marc, Jared, and Brian

    Botserver enables businesses to make better decisions using artificial intelligence bots.  These bots allow businesses to listen to relevant IM conversations and interact with their community. Technologies used for the project include Artificial Intelligence, the IBM Watson API and more.

    Medical Map

    • Student Name: Vince's Team

    Vince and his team created a medical map as a Proof of Concept for a real startup, Alvin Healthcare.  Technologies used include:  PostgreSQL for the database, Flask, the LAPP stack (Linux, Apache, PostSQL and Python) and the Google Maps API. The team also used HTML, CSS and JavaScript to format markers and map.

    Neighborhood GPS

    • Student Name: Nat, Jack, Rob, and Sulekha

    Neighborhood GPS provides neighborhood recommendations for local New Yorkers. Technologies used include: Google Maps, Yelp, and Streeteasy APIs.


    • Student Name: Eric and Shehryar

    PolitiPic uses facial recognition technology to predict voter outcomes. Technologies include Google Vision API, Server built in Python and Django

    Hunting Headhunters

    Inspired by the premium linked in accounts used by recruiters, Tomas’s project makes the job search much easier for him and his peers.

    Piki: Dating App for Picky Eaters

    • Student Name: Shih Mei

    Similar to a “Tinder” for picky eaters If you love ribeye it maybe tough to go to a steakhouse with a vegan. Peanut lover? Better not kiss someone who’s deathly allergic. The drawbacks for dietary restrictions run afoul aren’t quite sexy…

    Meetup Match - Event Set Tool

    • Student Name: Sonny

    A Google Chrome extension that allows you to schedule multiple Meetup.com events at once. The extension allows the user to extend the functionality of Meetup.com by allowing the user to specify a date range and a group name, and subsequently, schedule multiple events at one time to their Google Calendar.

    Two Factor Authentication: Using Blockchain Technology

    • Student Name: John

    John demos his final project involving Two Factor Authentication and blockchain.  Technologies used include: multichain, hashing functions, Python and open SSL

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    Students give a demo of their blockchain platform, Koinrex and its cryptocurrency wallet