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.
Have a couple hours? Get your feet wet and try your hand at some code.
Sam has spent his life fascinated by and exploring computers and education. While at Duke University he earned a double major in Biology and Computer Science, and then returned to school, attending UC Santa Cruz, where he earned a MS in Bioinformatics.
Dana fell in love with North Carolina while studying Sociology at Salem College. Prior to joining The Iron Yard, she spent more than eight years in educational sales and support. Dana loves exploring the Durham food scene with her wife and son.
Eric is originally from Pittsburgh, PA. He graduated from St. Vincent College with a degree in Sociology. He taught middle school math and acted as the athletic director before finding my way to The Iron Yard.
Bryce is an autodidactic polyglot and has been a professional developer for the past decade. Previously, he worked in the video game industry. His open source contributions include finding and fixing security vulnerabilities in Python and Perl.
Nicole graduated from Appalachian State University where she studied Psychology and Health Promotion. She joined The Iron Yard from Red Hat where she was a Project Manager for their Total Rewards and Sales Enablement programs.
Dan’s passion for front-end development began with design. With continued inspiration and interest in learning, he stays active with personal projects and in various Meetup groups by presenting on topics ranging from responsive design to animation.
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.
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