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“In the US, Flatiron School has set the benchmark for programming education,” said our CEO Adam Enbar about Flatiron School’s success since 2012. “With a new Flatiron School location in
To celebrate the launch of our upcoming Washington, D.C. campus, here are five D.C. coding Meetups to help you get social while learning how to code.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be opening our second campus – and our first outside of New York – in Washington, D.C. in March 2018, operating out of WeWork White House.
Mark your calendars for Monday, January 8th for our second #BackToCode Challenge – a ten-day learning challenge to give you a running start towards your 2018 coding goals.
Don’t let the holiday hangover stop you from getting a running start on your 2018 coding and career goals right now. Set your New Years Coding Resolution: a personal study plan you can commit to in 2018.
This December, code for a cause by joining Flatiron School’s first annual Code Drive – a week-long coding marathon benefiting refugees.
In partnership with WeWork, we’re thrilled to share the latest addition to our Online Web Developer Program: free WeWork Hot Desk Memberships for online students and alums.
A Flatiron School Technical Coach shares how he overcame a huge roadblock by Asking a Question in our Online Web Developer Program.
Many hands make light work, and not just in that old-school barn raising way, either. Our exploration of why pair programming is an essential practice for developers.