LEARN TO CODE RDU
A community of learners, sponsored by Project Shift.
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Learn to Code RDU is a community of learners organized around meetups, talks, hack nights and workshops aimed at helping you take the next step in your coding journey.
The current RDU tech pipeline can’t supply the Triangle’s demand for developers. We want to help you learn to fill those positions.
Project Shift has a very limited and selective capacity for our immersive course (10 students/quarter) aimed at immediate job placement, but with Learn to Code RDU, we can help you take your first steps.