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Interface grad animates videos with custom code

OMAHA, NE — Erica Johnson’s passion for video began at age 14, when her father became a pastor, and needed her help building his ministry. “My brother, sister and I all got separate sections, and I got media,” she remembers. Her assignments included setting up microphones, running cameras and mixing audio levels during church services.Continue Reading

Launch Day: June 12, 6p

Inaugural Launch Day Interface: The Web School is gearing up to present the addition of some major rising stars to the Omaha tech community. The ratio is 10 to one tech jobs to qualified individuals. Interface aims to bridge that gap. Interface Launch Day will be held at Lucky Bucket Brewing Company at 11941 CentennialContinue Reading

3 nonprofits, 3 student web developer teams, 1 grand prize – Launch Day

Interface: The Web School is gearing up to present the addition of some major rising stars to the Omaha tech community.  The ratio is 10 to 1 tech jobs to qualified individuals.  Interface aims to bridge that gap. Interface Launch Day will be held at Lucky Bucket Brewing Company  at 11941 Centennial Rd., Ste. 1 inContinue Reading

Thank you Aromas

We are fortunate to work with people who are committed to advancing our community through creative and meaningful events/efforts/offerings. One of our favorite partnerships is with Autumn and Luke Pruitt of Aromas Coffeehouse. Through this partnership, we’ve co-sponsored a Big Omaha Warm Up Party featuring local bands and Coffee and Code, a monthly morning meetup for developersContinue Reading

Authorized and Regulated…

People often ask me what it means to be ‘authorized and regulated by Nebraska’s Commissioner of Education’. I have answered this question via email and in person, but want to share this information with you. We’ve read articles about the pressure and scrutiny faced by schools similar to ours and decided to take self-directed measures to complyContinue Reading