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Iron Yard brings coding classes to Crystal City

The code school's D.C. outpost will be located at Disruption Corporation.

The Iron Yard's offices in the Crystal Tech Fund are currently under construction. (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).
Companies: Iron Yard / Disruption Corporation

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