by Heather Payne Thursday March 2, 2017

Toronto’s Super Woman: Heather Payne

This post originally appeared on I Love Toronto. One of the many things that makes a city so vibrant is the people who choose to make it their home. They add an energy and sense of community which in turn Read more…

by Heather Payne Friday May 6, 2016

HackerYou grads launch new female run digital agency

Jordan Deutsch and Trudy MacNabb met early at HackerYou, arriving each day of our Winter 2015 Bootcamp before many of their classmates were even awake. The early risers started attending crack of dawn yoga classes together, chatting over shared breakfasts Read more…

by Heather Payne Wednesday February 24, 2016

Secrets of a Side Hustler x HackerYou

One of the best parts of the HackerYou community is the drive and passion of our students, graduates and staff. We’re a community full of people who love to code — it’s what brought us together in the first place! Read more…

by Heather Payne Monday December 21, 2015

HackerYou founder Heather Payne talks coding and community

This article originally appeared earlier this month on Betakit and was written by Jessica Galang. Heather Payne believes she’s always been a “community person.” The founder of HackerYou was in Girl Guides as a child, a sorority at Western University, Read more…

by Christopher Miller Monday July 7, 2014

Coffee & Code: Designers vs. Developers

This past Sunday we hosted the second Coffee & Code at The Lab! Coffee & Code, inspired by an alumni, is designed as a chance for HackerYou grads from all programs to get together, make connections, work on projects, and Read more…

by Heather Payne Monday November 4, 2013

Announcing Our New Home at 483 Queen Street West

Recently, Ladies Learning Code announced that they are moving into a new 7000 square foot space on Queen Street West in Toronto in January 2014. It’s true, but it’s not quite the whole story. In reality, it’s more like HackerYou Read more…