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.
Have a couple hours? Get your feet wet and try your hand at some code.
Joshua was born in Providence, Rhode Island and is a recent transplant to Nashville. He started playing around with code when he returned to Nashville, while looking for a meaningful opportunity to help contribute to the tech community of his adopted home.
John is a New Jersey native and Rutgers University alumni who has spent three decades in the IT industry. His path to software development evolved to include everything from coding, configuring computers, and system administration for enterprise organizations.
Ryan joined a creative agency in Nashville, TN and started building his open source chops. Since then Ryan has worked in fast paced startups including a few of his own maniacal creations, while also creating learning resources via his blog and screencasts.
Bethany spent her childhood in Houston before hittin’ the road for Nashville to study Entrepreneurship at Belmont University. Before coming to The Iron Yard, Bethany spent 7 years in the nonprofit world running financial literacy and work-force readiness programs.
Emily has been passionate about technology and education her entire life and is thrilled to help people pursue both at The Iron Yard. She is a graduate of The Iron Yard's Front End Engineering program and is always excited to talk to folks about the experience of attending an immersive coding bootcamp.
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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