The News & Observer stopped by our Raleigh campus to talk about how coding schools are providing a lane into the technology industry.
The article looks into the tech landscape in the Research Triangle and how coding schools are providing options for people who have an interest in learning web programming.
“The cost, flexibility and time frame of the boot camps are among the most appealing factors for people looking to get a piece of the tech pie. For those who have watched their friends struggle to find jobs after spending four years at a university, it’s a less risky investment.”
The Iron Yard campuses in both Raleigh and Durham have seen increased interest in coding education due to a growing tech industry in the area.
Read the full article here.