(Photo courtesy of The Iron Yard)
The Iron Yard, which has coworking spaces and software learning programs throughout the U.S. Southeast (including Charleston, S.C.), will unveil a new branch within Paul Singh’s Disruption Corporation. It will launch coding classes early next year.
“We’re excited to be part of the robust DC/Arlington tech community and believe we can provide incredible talent to meet growing needs in the area,” said campus director Su Kim.
More details on the upcoming courses below:
- First classes to start Jan. 5.
- They last 12 weeks.
- The three programs are front-end, mobile and rails engineering.
- Classes cost $12,000.
- They are taught by a full-time teacher and part-time teacher assistant.
- There are 15 students per class, max — so hurry up and apply (as a student or instructor).
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