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The Iron Yard

Java and Clojure

The Iron Yard

During The Iron Yard’s back-end engineering with Java and Clojure bootcamp, students will learn the art and science of building great server-side apps. The curriculum includes object-oriented ...

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Code Fellows

Intermediate Software Development

Code Fellows

Code 301 takes intermediate developers and trains them in concepts beyond the syntax of programming languages, covering how to use professional-grade tools and APIs to streamline ...

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Bootcamp

The Iron Yard

Code Fellows

Program

Java and Clojure

Intermediate Software Development

Founded

2011

2013

Duration

12 weeks

4 weeks

Cost

$13,900

$4,500

Topics

Clojure, Java, PostgreSQL

Ajax, Algorithms, APIs, CSS, Git, HTML, JavaScript, MVC, Responsive Design, SQL

Cities

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

Portland, Seattle

Admissions

Application, interview

Application, phone interview, code challenge

Placement stats

Undisclosed

Unknown

Scholarships

Diversity scholarship available

For women, U.S. veterans, and minorities

Job Guarantee

No

No

Financing

Yes

Yes

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