Find out what it’s like to learn to code online from Flatiron School students setting their own schedules and goals 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.
Today, we’re taking a much closer look at how our Ask a Question feature works, who answers your questions, and what their best coding tips are for students who get stuck.
Learning online can be tough. Here are five surefire ways to get unstuck when you’re learning how to code online.
A quick guide from our admissions team on what to wait for before applying to a coding bootcamp—and what might be holding you back that shouldn’t stop you from applying.
To help you navigate the endless online resources, opinions, and potential starting points, we invite you to take our newest quiz to find out which language might be a good fit for you.
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.