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This Thursday, we're leading a roundtable discussion with Venture Cafe St. Louis! The demand for programmers has far outpaced supply, and the problem is only getting worse. How can we build tech talent in St. Louis? How can businesses develop the talent they need here at home without resorting to out-of-state recruitment? The discussion begins at 5:30pm this Thursday. Join us! http://bit.ly/1CECYPm
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We're launching! Our first Java bootcamp begins on February 28th, and interviews are being scheduled now. If you haven't applied yet, get your info in on our online application and get your interview spot ASAP.

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Alex and Ola talk about Claim Academy at this morning's 1 Million Cups session. Thanks for having us!

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Why are we teaching Java and .NET (C#) first? Check this out-> | ZDNet http://zd.net/1DKov9J
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Happy New Year, from all of us at Claim Academy. 2015 is going to be an exciting year!
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Demand for programming jobs in the US will increase by 71% by 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And if the number of programmers doesn't increase by 71%, you can expect wages to go up to. Looks like a good time to learn programming!

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Spotted in the wild: Claim Academy, Claim, and Eateria folks at the League of Independent Workspaces Holiday Christmas Party. Making waves in St. Louis! http://bit.ly/1v96DvX
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In our second blog post, meet some of the folks behind the scenes. You might not see these folks every day, but your instructors wouldn't be here to teach you if not for these folks. http://bit.ly/1yZb5zz
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Alex had to brush up on his Ruby to get this done. But Claim Academy now has a blog! Go look at it here: http://bit.ly/1uVAxEM
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Net neutrality... is it important enough to classify the Internet as a Title II utility?

http://bit.ly/1wajZgO
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