Congratulations on taking the leap toward becoming a professional software developer by applying to Ada Developers Academy. Writing code is a fun and ever-changing career, and you'll enjoy the benefits of being in one of the most sought-after fields (job flexibility, choice of employers, better pay - the list goes on).
|August 22, 2016||Admissions open at noon PST. An applicant informational informational will be held at the Ada office that evening. Sign up is required to attend and space is limited, please RSVP here.|
|September 6, 2016||Deadline for Round 1 applicants; all applications submitted by 5 pm PST are considered as our first batch of applications to be processed. All Round 1 applicants will hear back from Ada by, at latest, October 31, 2016.|
|September 20, 2016||Deadline for Round 2 applicants. Admissions close at 5 pm PST. All Round 2 applicants will hear back from Ada by, at latest, October 31, 2016.|
|September - October 2016||If you are invited for Phase 2 and Phase 3, interviews will occur from September through October. We will schedule all Round 1 interviews first. Final acceptances will be sent within a week of your Phase 3 interview.|
|January 2017||Jumpstart live sessions for admitted students begins.|
|February 6, 2017||Class instruction begins.|
For this portion of the application, you will answer 4 short essay questions about yourself.What we’re looking for:
For this portion of the application, you will analyze some raw, publicly-available data.What we’re looking for:
To open these data sets, you are welcome to use Excel, or the free alternative LibreOffice , or any other program that opens CSV files (Note: cloud-based tools tend not to work on moderately large files like these). If you cannot open the data set on your computer, you should try a local public library. If you have exhausted all options, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Questions:
Prior to question start, for all answers, exclude all rows that have a County/Parish, Zone, or Marine name that begins with the letters A, B, or C. For each question, give an answer followed by an explanation of how you came to your answer.