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bob bla
a month ago
Liars, Rude, Condescending. They make you take an online course before class. Why pay 15k when I can do that by myself for free? They promise to teach anyone to be able to code but yet make you take a test to make sure you already know how to code??? Anytime a negative review shows up magicaly several new 5 star reviews show up to cover up the bad ones with terms like, the dream is real, life changing experience, etc,. The job placement is a joke at best. No support at all. They just tell you to take any job, even as an unpaid intern helping out with the coffee machine. Then they count that as a job placement success! Its all just lip service to get your money and then you are just an annoyance to them. They like to engage in small talk but if you need real help they make you feel stupid or like a pest. They spend more time on checking reviews, press releases and marketing than helping graduates. Another problem is they teach ruby, which is useless because the industry is moving away from ruby on rails, After graduation and zero job interest, I taught myself java online and got a paid internship with a bank. Now after one year there my salary went from 20k to 65k.That is the real reality. Not their hype. You can teach yourself online for a few hundred with more relevant technology. And after a year of experience then are you finally considered a junior developer. Don't believe their fairy tales. And read between the lines of the reviews, the fake ones are really easy to spot with their zero to hero pie in the sky fantasies. All the phony reviews say its a lot of hard work but it will change your life, well, the only thing that it changed for me was my checking account balance.
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George Steiner
6 months ago
Great school, I loved my summer there. Awesome staff, learned so much. Top notch. Highly recommend.
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Joe Giralt
2 years ago
Best Educational Experience of my life. Not only did I learn how to program, I really learned to love programming as a craft out side of web development. The skills taught at The Flatiron School are universal to being a good, productive, and happy developer regardless of what technology stack you are working with.
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Katie Shamblin
a year ago
Rude, dishonest people who do not care to help.
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alex nelson
5 months ago
This is a great school to learn coding. The people are helpful and actively try to create a friendly community of developers. The test driven development focus is both challenging and valuable as it really creates a deep understanding of the curriculum. There are some technical issues as they have grown and evolved but this is still over all one of my favorite resources when it comes to developer training.
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Brad Smith
10 months ago
Finally, the combination of real world content, passionate instructors, online availability of someone to help you NOW while you are in a coding brain cramp, curriculum balanced in terms of the breadth of technologies and depth needed at specific points in your development, an addictive Learn platform that you cannot resist (you get hooked on passing the little tests), with enough repetition that you actually learn the skills, with more coding than watching, with numerous webcasts, recordings, links, reference material, with a thriving & loving community of fellow Learners both new and seasoned, in an atmosphere that requires everyone to "BE NICE" (and they really are), at an affordable price, at your own pace, .... all to help you realize your dream of becoming a true developer.
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Prabhu Baskar
6 months ago
nice place
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Greg Beauchamp
2 years ago
Super solid things. GREAT video.

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So proud of the amazing women from Flatiron School, innovating in tech world - like Hopscotch founder Samantha John. Here's to bridging the gender gap in tech, and helping more women start successful careers as programmers! #InternationalWomensDay

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How Flatiron School gets 99% of grads jobs by @RRombom on @switchorg
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<3 it when @karliekloss is on that koding craze. More on the @adidas #heretocreate video -> http://hubs.ly/H0297K-0
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Hear how fashion, content and fitness companies including SoulCycle, Warby Parker, Refinery29, MM.LaFleur & Uncubed have built technical brands. Together, we'll share best practices that work! RSVP to save your spot! http://hubs.ly/H024wQC0
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How Danny Fenjves went from working at YouTube to founding Upperline Code http://hubs.ly/H01Zw8c0
Danny Fenjves’ path to Flatiron School- and now to founding Upperline, which offers computer programming courses for high school students – is unconventional, to say the least. After te…
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Teaching yourself to code online? Here are some steps you can take to get better.
You're at a great place right now, for a couple different reasons. Not only have you already taken the first steps, but you know what you like, and that you'...
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The always inspiring Avi Flombaum on the importance of a well rounded educational experience, even in results focused vocational schools. Plus, what we look for in Flatiron applicants...
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With exponential growth in innovation and tech, the world around it has shifted, leaving opportunity for new jobs and new fields that never existed before; it’s a sector that was created by a generation of makers who saw the early days of the internet not for what they were, but what they could be. Avi …
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7 Steps To Successfully Land a Lucrative Second Career As a Programmer (featuring Alum Sam Tran!) http://hubs.ly/H029P8B0
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"It's easier to teach a teacher to code than to teach a coder to teach"- @aenbar on using $4B for CS4All on teachers http://hubs.ly/H0296cv0
Focusing on teachers may give President Obama's 'Computer Science For All' the biggest impact as it seeks to boost the subject in K-12.
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Excited to announce a partnership & scholarship program with Women Who Code! We're giving a full scholarship to our online Learn-Verified Program and a discount to all applicants. Learn more here: http://hubs.ly/H024v-h0
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Want to increase your coding productivity? We have some quick tools you can start with here.
This blog is part of a continuous series that highlights experiences, insights, and tutorials from learning developers at Flatiron School in Web and iOS. Using a Mac is great for iOS development, …
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Want to become a developer? This guide will help you get started.
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