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The Iron Yard exists to create real, lasting change for people, companies and communities through technology education.
The Iron Yard exists to create real, lasting change for people, companies and communities through technology education. As one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing code schools, we are at the forefront of training students with the skills they need to become junior developers at an accelerated pace. Through a full-time, immersive 12-week program, students at The Iron Yard develop the specific skills Indianapolis employers are desperately looking to hire for.
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Landing your first job can be hard. Whether you’re fresh out of high school, recently graduated from college or shifting into a new industry, that first job is usually the most difficult to find. The most important thing to keep in mind, though, is that it’s not impossible and with some hard work, it can
So, you’ve been thinking about learning to code. After a quick Google search you’re bombarded with blog posts, tutorials, Meetup groups and bootcamps offering to help you get started. If you’re overwhelmed by this, you’re not alone — I talk to people all the time who want to learn to code or break into the
The Iron Yard, the largest immersive code school in the U.S., has launched the Tech Opportunity Fund. It’s a collaboration with Code Fellows and Operation HOPE to increase diversity in the tech industry. The idea is that by removing financial barriers and increasing access to tech education for all through core financial literacy and entrepreneurship training. Over the next five years,
High-tech software and services employment grew 18 percent in Indianapolis from 2012 to 2014 according to CBRE Research. Recently, Salesforce announced that it will add 800 jobs to the market by 2021. On top of that, in the last 90 days alone, 165 junior-level developer positions have opened in Indianapolis. The good news is that
For many, the world of software development can seem intimidating and confusing. Most of us use websites and apps every day of our lives, but few people understand the work that goes into making them. The Iron Yard code school and AT&T decided it’s time to change that by holding an event where local civic leaders
Accelerate and preserve your tech skills Indiana’s technology industry is growing and transforming into something bigger and better. With technology and tech-enabled businesses in sectors such as healthcare, IT security, manufacturing and marketing constantly looking to hire highly skilled workers to accelerate their growth, even workers already in the industry are looking to “skill-up” their tech