We're proud to offer classes in our nation's capital city. The D.C. area is home to great tech companies, accelerators and startups and we're happy to be training the talent they need to keep growing.
Atlanta, Georgia is more than one of the biggest cities in the Southeast; it's one of the top ten largest metro areas in the United States. Along with a thriving creative culture, Atlanta's tech scene is making national news as talented entrepreneurs, designers, developers, and investors launch products and companies.
Famous for staying weird, Austin, Texas has long been a hub of creativity and music. The last decade has seen the rise of its tech economy in the form of accelerators, startups, investors, coworking spaces, and world-renowned conferences. We’re in the mix, training developers who will help drive the amazing momentum that is already in motion.
Long known for welcoming ships carrying goods that would make their way to the rest of our country, Charleston, South Carolina has been a hub of activity since the beginning. Staying true to roots in commerce, the city has transformed itself into a modern-day port for technology companies who build products used all around the world.
Known as the second largest financial hub in the U.S., Charlotte is also quickly becoming one of the East Coast’s strongest cities for technical talent. We’re glad to be kicking off courses in Packard Place, among the area’s most innovative and creative entrepreneurs and startup companies.
Major American highways, rivers and people converge in Cincinnati, the Queen City of the Midwest. With a population of more than two million people, the city is home to employers like Kroger, Macy’s Inc., Proctor & Gamble and GE aviation, along with a host of healthcare and high-tech companies. We’re here to prepare a new generation of developers ready to tackle problems and build solutions for Cincinnati and beyond.
Serving as the capital of our home state, Columbia, South Carolina embodies what can be accomplished when merging business with tech.
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.
Detroit’s weight can be felt throughout America’s history, measured in manufacturing and steel. Home to roughly half of Michigan’s population, the Motor City region's grit is as apparent as ever as it rebuilds new, modern-day industries where the old have gone away. We’re excited to partner with scrappy startups and Fortune 500 companies alike to provide the talent Detroit needs to build the software products of tomorrow.
We are training developers to fuel the Triangle's technology economy in North Carolina. To connect students directly with potential employers, our code school courses are held in the American Underground, in close proximity to some of the Triangle’s most promising tech startups.
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville, South Carolina combines traditional southern charm, stunning natural beauty, and nationally-respected tech and design communities to create one of America's hottest emerging destinations and fastest-growing cities. Greenville is also the birthplace of The Iron Yard. The home to our HQ, our Greenville location paved the way for our first accelerator program, first intensive Academy courses, and first kids classes.
Houston, Texas is home to many amazing enterprise, startup and healthcare software companies. We’re excited to be a part of the action. Our programs train high quality developers who will help businesses across the ecosystem build amazing digital products.
Indianapolis has created a vibrant growth economy around education, healthcare, finance, sports and, most recently, technology. Home to amazing success stories like Exact Target, Indy is poised for significant growth in the software sector. We're working with the tech companies in the middle of the action to bring tech education to their growing ecosystem.
Downtown Las Vegas is on a mission: revitalize the entertainment hub with an intense focus on local businesses and high-tech entrepreneurs. Now in their third year of building the eco-system, startups large and small have built successful businesses and a tangible feeling of entrepreneurial energy. We're working directly with Zappos, the Downtown Project, Vegas Tech Fund, and The Mill accelerator program to bring tech education to the already-robust ecosystem they've built.
Minneapolis is home to a variety of Fortune 1000 companies and a population of nearly 4 million. The Twin Cities anchor the second-largest economic center in the Midwest (behind Chicago), with a healthy mix of industry sectors, from finance to retail to healthcare. Today, there are more high-tech companies in Minneapolis than ever to support the growth of each of those sectors.
Nashville is a classic Southern city with a rich heritage in music. As robust as the city’s past is, entrepreneurs and tech companies are working to help build the future and make one of Tennessee’s largest cities one of Southeast’s best places to grow a software company. We're working directly with Launch Tennessee to bring tech education to the already-robust ecosystem they've built for startups.
Long known as a vacation destination, Orlando is also home to a huge technology industry with software companies large and small and an established media industry. Individuals and organizations in Orlando continue to bring innovative ideas to the market in advanced military simulation and training, software development, digital media, gaming, film, among other sectors.
Raleigh is not only the capital of the state of North Carolina, it is also home to North Carolina State University (NCSU) and makes up one part of the Research Triangle (together with Durham and Chapel Hill). The city is a major center for high-tech and biotech research, and was named the number one "fastest growing city for technology jobs” in 2012. To prepare the next generation of developers for opportunities in the Research Triangle area, we have campus locations in both Durham and Raleigh.
As the most populous city in the state of Utah, Salt Lake City was originally known as the Crossroads of the West due to the mining industry and and the first transcontinental railroad. Technology, tourism and finance now drive the economy and we are training the software developers that local employers are hungry to hire.
The second largest city in the state of Texas, San Antonio is known for its rich history, military presence and thriving tech industry. Companies like hosting giant Rackspace and radio service iHeartMedia are proud to call South Texas home and we are privileged to join them.
We have joined forces with several Bay area software companies to train the development talent they want to hire. We're working with companies in Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg to invest in the tech workforce for the future of the Bay area.
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