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One of our very own is running for SC House of Representatives! Former Campus Director, Heather Bauer, is excited to be an advocate for the tech community in South Carolina. Please Like and Consider contributing to her campaign. #ThisisOur75
blog.theironyard.com Over the last four years, The Iron Yard has led the code school industry in preparing students for careers as software developers. The industry as a whole is still young and its leaders face the challenge of a nascent market, as well as the demands facing all institutions in the higher education mar...
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"We recently chatted with a few current students and grads from our Charlotte campus about their time at The Iron Yard and how code school equipped and challenged them and what they are doing now. ..."
blog.theironyard.com We recently chatted with a few current students and grads from our Charlotte campus about their time at The Iron Yard and how code school equipped and challenged them and what they are doing now. Here is a taste of what they had to say. Abry “I enrolled at The Iron Yard to broaden my …
"Talk about a lot of information in six weeks."
blog.theironyard.com We’ve been following along with current Iron Yard student Jennilyn as she makes her way through the 12-week immersive class at our Greenville campus. Let’s see how she is doing as we near the half-way point of class. Week Five Wednesday Holy cow, this week is flying. We started back-end fundamentals...
Iron Grad spotlight – Shane Sniteman
blog.theironyard.com Iron grad Shane Sniteman recently talked to Course Report about his time at The Iron Yard and what he is doing now. Preview: Shane is a musician living in Nashville (which was all Shane – we take no credit for any musical ability), is leading a team of mobile app developers, and his Iron Yard …
Is code school worth it? This single mom of three says yes
blog.theironyard.com Louise has a lifelong love of learning, so much so she became a college professor. For ten years, Louise taught Latin American history in North Carolina. While she was teaching, she was learning a new skill by building WordPress websites as a side job and hobby. As an adjunct professor, work was not...
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Mobile Application #Development Competition in conjunction with its annual #CDCA Defense Summit in #Charleston, SC December 5 – 8, 2016.
charlestondca.org The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Mobile Application Development Competition in conjunction with its annual CDCA Defense Summit in Charleston, SC December 5 – 8, 2016. The focus of the Mobile App Competition is to stimulate creative thinking…
We’ve been following along with current Iron Yard student Jennilyn as she makes her way through the 12-week immersive class at our Greenville campus.
Today, we check in to see how she is doing and what she is learning.
blog.theironyard.com We’ve been following along with current Iron Yard student Jennilyn as she makes her way through the 12-week immersive class at our Greenville campus. Today, we check in to see how she is doing and what she is learning. Week 3 Tuesday Well, here goes nothing! “Real programming” has begun and I’m anx...
Meet Niclas. An Iron Grad and current developer, Niclas talks about his long journey back to programming, new career opportunities and why a mid-life crisis isn’t such a bad thing.
blog.theironyard.com Meet Niclas. An Iron Grad and current developer, Niclas talks about his long journey back to programming, new career opportunities and why a mid-life crisis isn’t such a bad thing.
How's your Friday? We're having a great Friday Huddle with awesome alum Holden!!
It was a fantastic night!!
We're so glad the rain didn't keep everyone away!
Our students have been practicing for days to make this The Iron Yard Crash Course super!! 😎 Sign up on the link below!
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theironyard.com The Iron Yard is a technology education company that offers full-time and part-time web development courses in person, online and through corporate training programs.
Iron Journeys: Meet Jennilyn, current Greenville student - https://goo.gl/4f3e0J
blog.theironyard.com Meet Jennilyn. She’s a current student at our Greenville campus. Jennilyn has worked in journalism/design/account management but eventually gave in to the nagging feeling that there are more challenges to tackle, more to learn. With a knack for problem solving and troubleshooting, learning to code w...
Animator, toddler mom, finds good fit in coding - https://goo.gl/KF1WfV
blog.theironyard.com Jasmine’s plate is full but she would not have it any other way. She is married, mom of two, working from home. Then to add a little more to her life, Jasmine decided to learn to code. Jasmine trained as a graphic designer and 3D animator working mostly with architects and contractors animating home...
blog.theironyard.com Much has been said about learning to program. People with website know-how are in demand. But how do you know if taking on this skill set is right for you?
blog.theironyard.com The Iron Yard Corporate Training worked with BoomTown's quality assurance team to move to an automated testing system. The results were better than hoped.
Have you seen the headline under today's Google Doodle??- Future wonder women, make code your superpower:
Ladies Night of Code is getting serious! - If you missed tonight's event, check out our others here: https://www.meetup.com/The-Iron-Yard-Charleston/
How to choose the best coding bootcamp for you bit.ly/2oW3dlC
blog.theironyard.com With so many available options, choosing the best coding bootcamp for you can be a difficult decision. Here are a few factors to consider in your research.
How to get the most out of a Bootcamp – Catching up with Jessica:
blog.theironyard.com Jessica Dembe is a graduate of our DC campus. We heard from Jessica on International Women’s Day about her journey learning to program. In this interview with Code with Veni, Jessica gives advice on how to get the most out of immersive coding classes. Tell us about yourself I work as an Associate T...
We might just be the cheapest CS degree in the entire state, according to this: http://www.collegecalc.org/majors/computer-science/ Might be an interesting FB post (numbers are from Aug 2016)
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“The typical college curriculum just does not move at the pace of tech,"...
newsobserver.com Coding boot camps like The Iron Yard and Tech Talent South are helping people find jobs as junior web and app developers in the Triangle.
Today was the first day for our May 22nd Cohort!
Just look at those smiling faces! 😃
Heading to the Charleston Beer Garden?
Stop by and ask our Instructors 👨🏫 about our scholarship opportunities!
Come roast ☀️ and toast 🍻with us at the Charleston Beer Garden!!
The Iron Yard - Charleston
The Charleston Beer Garden is coming up May 20, and we can’t wait to see you there! You can save $5 off the price of a general admission ticket with this promo code: IRON
The promo code is good for online purchases only and expires May 19. It is good for general admission tickets only, which are normally $25.
All proceeds benefit Lowcountry AIDS Services.
Want a programming career? Look no further. - https://goo.gl/Pq2TUS
blog.theironyard.com If you want a programming career, The Iron Yard's Web Development Career Path is for you. It has been re-engineered to help you get into programming.
Five reasons to learn to code during summer break - https://goo.gl/PZ8wrq
blog.theironyard.com College summer semester doesn't have to be for make-up classes. Beef up your resume with new skills. Make the most of the break. Learn to code this summer.
What advice would you give to someone who is considering attending a bootcamp? - Jessica Dembe a graduate of The Iron Yard shares with you How to Get the Most out of a Bootcamp
blog.codewithveni.com Tell us about yourself I work as an Associate Technical Consultant at Blackstone Technology Group (@BTGFed). I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Community Health from the University of Maryland, College Park and I recently graduated from the Front-End Engineering program at The Iron Yard. My...
Real world developer: 6 code school skills I actually use
blog.theironyard.com Iron Yard graduate Ashly LaMarr is a real world developer, and she shares 6 code school skills she actually uses on the job.
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