Director of Marketing, Flatiron School
Switching careers to become a programmer is a big decision—one that takes dedication and time. These 7 steps helped Flatiron School alum Sam Tran and thousands others successfully land a lucrative second career in programming.
Get an inside look at Sarah’s experience with Flatiron School’s online campus, Learn.co, from applying to the program to solving labs in real time. Sarah was working as a grants manager for a nonprofit, when she got inspired by browsing beautiful websites to pursue coding. She wanted to find a way to study coding without quitting her job, so she chose Flatiron School’s online Web Developer course.
If you’re considering learning to code online or want to get a peek into what being a Flatiron School student is like… read on!
Delivering outcomes is a critical part our mission. Flatiron School VP of Business Development, Rebekah Rombom, gives insight on how our jobs placements team successfully places 99% of our grads.
Flatiron School offers a range of coding bootcamp scholarships to encourage more women to learn to code and explore careers in web development.
This week, Flatiron School was part of a webinar on Computer Science vs. Coding Bootcamps hosted by our friends at Course Report. Our VP of Education, Joe Burgess, along with
When a curious potential coding bootcamper turned to Quora to ask what bootcamps are looking for in a student, Flatiron School Co-Founder, Adam Enbar, stepped in with some advice (that’s now helped almost 12K readers). Whether you’re actively applying to bootcamps, know a friend who is, or just thinking about learning to code, we hope this helps you take the next step to the career and life you want.
We sat down with Flatiron School Grad, Danny Fenjves and learned about his remarkable journey from teaching middle school to Flatiron School to now, Founder of Upperline, which offers computer programming courses for high school students.