Coder Foundry, The .Net coding bootcamp that launches your career.

If you want to make more money in a job that you actually enjoy — where you get to create innovative new products that have the potential to change lives for the better — the best thing you can do is take computer programming classes at The Coder Foundry.

We can hook you up with a job after you finish.

Our recruiting team can help you land a job after you finish our classes. Our career center focuses on finding a position that fits your interests, where you'll learn to use your brand new skills. Whether you want to create new video games, write financial software or create the next big social network, we'll get you into the right company.

Why choose Coder Foundry?

Top Ranked Coding Bootcamp

Coder Foundry was ranked one of the top coding bootcamps in the South. Check out the recent article at Hack App to learn more.

Our graduates get Jobs.

Our Masters Course boasts a 100% job placement rate within 90 days of graduation. No gimmicks, no loopholes, no jokes. You complete the course, we help you get the job!

Hear what our graduates have to say!

Are you ready to talk to a real person? Call us at (336) 231-8632 or schedule a call by clicking here. Our friendly staff can answer all your questions!

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Meet Our Students

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Our Latest Blog Posts

SwitchUp.org's Interview of Coder Foundry President, Lawrence Reaves

For the uninitiated, SwitchUp.org is an awesome website that helps students figure out the tech sector path they want to take in life, and then helps to match them with a great place to do it.

Employer Spotlight: Why CaptiveAire Hires Coder Foundry Grads

We love to hear back from the employers that hire our grads; it seems like they always have great things to say!

Coding Bootcamps vs. a More Formal Education?

When thinking about a coding education, the choices can seem daunting. Between coding bootcamps, collegiate programs, and online "classes" - the options available can get confusing.