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.
Web Development Basics and Interactive Web Development are currently only available in SC, NC, TN and NV. Check with your local campus for more details on coming availability in your state.
Have a couple hours? Get your feet wet and try your hand at some code.
With a Masters in Educational Management Brian has worked in education for 10 years with experience ranging from classroom teacher to campus administrator and everything in between.
Joe originally started working in student assistance dealing with entrance exams for graduate school. He has always had a passions for helping others find their calling and achieving their dreams. His love of tech brought him to The Iron Yard where he can use his passion to help people pursue a career in the tech field.
Christie graduated from The Art Institute of Houston with an AAS degree in Film Production and earned her BA in Communications/PR/Advertising with a minor in English from The University of Houston.
Chris Oakman has been writing web applications for over a decade, with a focus on front-end design and development. He has worked at several startups, as well as cPanel, PROS, and Cisco. He is the author several open source libraries and a regular speaker at user groups and tech conferences.
After spending a few years indulging his muse as a writer, Justin moved on to study Natural Language Processing, the branch of computer science that deals with understanding and using human language.
Before joining The Iron Yard, Mohammad worked as a lead mobile developer for Blinds.com, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, VALIC and AIG. He is a frequent speaker at tech conferences including 360iDev, IndieDevStock, 360iDevMin, Houston iPhone Meetup and Houston Tech Fest.
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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The Iron Yard Houston's Texas Workforce Commission school number is S4619. Grievance Policy