At Flatiron School, we know how difficult learning to code might appear at first – especially to beginners. We hear the same common questions from students of all backgrounds curious about
We check out a few student projects from our NYC program’s final Technical Concentration module, which students presented at last week’s Science Fair.
Is the programming language a coding bootcamp teaches important? You’re asking the wrong question. Here’s why we believe it’s essential to learn to code by learning *two* languages from the start.
We showcase four student-built apps from our recent end-of-semester Science Fair in NYC.
Senior iOS Instructor Jim breaks down five first steps to take to learn the Swift programming language.
To celebrate Pi Day, test your knowledge of all things code with our newest quiz.
Flatiron’s Jess Rudder sets the record straight on common programming misconceptions.
Want to learn to code but don’t know the best way to do it? Take our new quiz to find the best program for you!
Our dean and co-founder Avi Flombaum shares why it’s so important to learn to code with a community.