The Iron Yard in Dallas.

The Dallas economy is the sixth largest in the US and is one of the fastest growing cities for year-over-year employment increases. We’re working with local companies to meet the incredible hiring needs in one of Texas’ largest cities.

New course offering
The Iron Yard's new 24-week Front-End Course is an evening/weekend class that will take place Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, and Saturdays. It is designed for students who want to learn programming and launch a career in software, but simply can't quit their jobs.

What will you learn?
The 24-week course uses the same curriculum as the full-time immersive class, only spread out over a longer period of time and held during non-working hours. By the end of this class, you'll be able to problem solve programming tasks using JavaScript, giving you the ability to create dynamic websites and applications that function like Twitter, Spotify and others. With a working knowledge of modern JavaScript frameworks, you'll graduate with a deep understanding of what it takes to be a successful front-end programmer in the industry today.

What are the next steps?
Great question! First, complete the application. We would also love for you to stop by and chat. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Click here to grab a time on our calendar.

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Want more?
Check out our 2016 fact sheet for more information about Dallas job openings and to meet our Dallas team.

Program offerings

Back-End Engineering
Back-End Engineering

Back-End Engineering focuses on the logic and database needs required to run and scale web applications. Back-end products combine databases, APIs, and user interface frameworks. Back-end developers deploy fully-formed products to the cloud, integrate with online services, and enable mobile and front-end applications.

back-end-engineering courses
C# and .NET

C# is an elegant and robust language that enables anyone to build a variety of applications that run on the .NET Framework. You can use C# to create web applications, Windows applications, web APIs, database applications and much more.


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Java is one of the most ubiquitous and versatile languages in the industry. It runs behind-the-scenes for a large portion of the websites you use daily, as well as in many desktop and smartphone apps. It’s well-suited for large programs that...

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Front-End Engineering
Front-End Engineering

Front-End Engineering focuses on creating experiences in web browser that users see and interact with. The discipline covers a broad area, from web design principles to complex JavaScript applications that manage data. The tools used in front-end engineering are ubiquitous--no matter the technology used on the back end, front-enders are responsible for delivering the experience and data to the person using the web application.

front-end-engineering courses
JavaScript and MVC Frameworks

JavaScript is an incredible language to learn for anyone interested in getting into programming. It is the only programing language that can run on the front end of a website, meaning that if you want to have any dynamic interaction on your...

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Kids learn for free.

At each of our locations we offer free code classes for kids. We believe in investing in the local tech economy for the long-run, and that means impacting the next generation.


Dallas Highlights

Throughout the city, a visitor will enjoy the best shopping in the southwest, four-and five-diamond/star hotels and restaurants, the largest urban arts district in the nation, 14 entertainment districts and much more. Blend in moderate weather, year-round sports and true Southern hospitality for a true taste of Texas. Its pioneering spirit is alive and well, and the philanthropic contributions from its many residents continue to enrich the community and quality of life.

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Dallas Campus Team

Meet our incredible team members in Dallas


Rodrick Blanton

Instructor, .NET

Graduated from Prairie View A&M University in 1998 with a B.B.A. in Information Systems. Over the years Rodrick has worked in Classic ASP with vbScript and javascript, JSP, VB, VBA, C++, and .NET with C# and VB.NET.

Collin porter

Colin Porter

Campus Operations Manager

Having worked as a college and professional admissions officer, Colin enjoys playing an intricate role in the student experience. In 2014, he and his family settled down in Dallas, where he continues his tenure in the vast world of higher education.

Eric sowell

Eric Sowell

Instructor, Front-End

Eric has been in software development for thirteen years and is active in the Dallas technical community. He is the author of Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5 (Apress, Nov 2013), and writes on his blog at, and tweets under the name @mallioch.

Caitlin studley

Caitlin Studley

Campus Director

Caitlin was born and raised in Rhode Island and graduated from Roger Williams University. She started her career as a claims adjuster, and later moved into tech as a staffing specialist with a local Dallas firm.

We are Hiring!
At The Iron Yard we have created an environment that is exciting, intellectually challenging, and culturally diverse. We work hard, smart, and collaboratively because our mission is worthy of our time and investment. Does this resonate with you? We'd love to chat.

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2030 Main St.

Suite 420

Dallas, TX 75201

The Iron Yard Dallas’ Texas Workforce Commission school number is S4860.