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The Iron Yard

Front-End Engineering

The Iron Yard

The Iron Yard’s front-end engineering bootcamp is designed for people who want to learn how to build web apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. The bootcamp curriculum includes extensive career ...

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Code Fellows

Intro to Software Development & Careers in Tech

Code Fellows

Code 101 is designed for anyone considering a new career in software development. In this one-day workshop, you will get a taste of a day in the life of a software developer, with ...

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Bootcamp

The Iron Yard

Code Fellows

Program

Front-End Engineering

Intro to Software Development & Careers in Tech

Founded

2011

2013

Duration

12 weeks

1 day

Cost

$13,900

$99

Topics

CSS, HTML, JavaScript, MVC, Node.js, React

CSS, Git, HTML

Cities

Atlanta, Austin, Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, Durham, Greenville, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Little Rock, London, Minneapolis, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Washington DC

New York, Portland, Seattle

Admissions

Application, interview

Open

Placement stats

Undisclosed

Unknown

Scholarships

Diversity scholarship available

No

Job Guarantee

No

No

Financing

Yes

No

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