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Want $500 off a coding bootcamp? Join Flatiron School at NET/WORK

The new in-person coding bootcamp will be at's third annual tech jobs fair. Join us for a big discount.

How smart people add the vocational skills necessary for software is a big conversation nationwide.

So it was not small news last fall when the Flatiron School, an early coding bootcamp, was acquired by WeWork, the surging coworking giant. As part of that partnership, Flatiron School is joining D.C.’s rich landscape of programs focused on training up people in various software skills and placing them in talent-hungry tech companies.

They want you to know they’re joining the D.C. tech community, and here’s a fine start.

They’re offering a $500 discount on select programming offered at their WeWork White House location to those who register to attend NET/WORK, the third annual tech jobs fair that we at are hosting next week with 20 hiring companies.


So in case you were wavering about joining us at NET/WORK, here’s the case: free headshots, growing tech companies to meet, a solid Flatiron School discount and a happy hour to meet and mingle. See you then.

Companies: WeWork / Flatiron School

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