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Flatiron School coding classes are coming to DC

The 12-week program launches here in February. New York-based instructors will work with students via video conference.

Learn to code. (Cat pics optional.) (Photo courtesy of Flatiron School)

The faint of heart need not apply.
The New York-based Flatiron School, which specializes in small-setting coding classes, is expanding to D.C. with an intensive 12-week program for a tight-knit bunch.
“At the Flatiron School, we teach code as a craft to fall in love with, not a means to an end,” instructor Arel English said in an email.
Starting Feb. 23, four to six students will be absorbing full stack web development with Ruby, JavaScript, HTML and CSS.
The teacher will be based in New York, but students will work together in a D.C. coworking space. The video-based program is designed for an elite few: There’s a “high bar for admissions,” said English.
The program costs $7,500.
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The Flatiron School is also offering its remote courses in Philadelphia, as our sister site Technical.ly Philly reported.

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