8-Week Code Immersion Program

Do you have an amazing app idea but don’t know where to start? The tools to reach your goals may be more accessible than you think.

Have you ever dreamed of building your own app? Are you looking to make a change in technology, your community, the world, or building out that crazy idea of your uncle’s? Tech Talent South’s Code Immersion programs are the perfect launching point for those who are passionate, persistent, and eager to learn. Our eight week course covers the fundamentals of web development and programming.

Students can expect to be proficient in the concepts listed and more specifically, have a strong foundational base in Ruby on Rails. In addition to our core curriculum, our guest speaker series, company tours, and other community events put students in front of professionals who are excited about getting to know them and connecting them with potential opportunities.

The technology opportunities are continuously expanding and our Code Immersion programs are a great way to dive in and start doing something <BIG>!

More details at: techtalentsouth.com/locations/asheville/

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