Charlotte Programming classes
Our twelve-week Accelerated Full-Stack, Immersive Programming Class features an intensive curriculum designed to advance your skills as a professional programmer with the intent of finding you your new dream job.
Coder Foundry teaches the .NET framework, MVC, and AngularJS because of the job opportunities and salary potential available to developers well versed in those frameworks. If that sounds good to you, let's get started.
Ele Palmer, Instructor and Mentor
Ele has a background in social science research, where she conducted experimental designs and statistical analyses. She has a Masters in Psychology from Wake Forest University and two years of experience as a teaching assistant. Her passion for problem-solving drove her towards web development. She spent two years building her front-end web development skills through freelance and side projects before attending Coder Foundry to become a Full Stack Web Developer. Ele brings her passion for instruction and development to the Charlotte campus.
Eric Watkins, Instructor and Mentor
Eric has 23 years of software development experience delivering software for small businesses, software companies and enterprise IT. His professional background includes roles such as product manager, project manager, development manager, director of IT, business analyst, architect, designer, developer and instructor. Eric has worked for notable companies such as Microsoft, LendingTree and Bank Of America. He brings his technical expertise, passion for mentoring and knowledge of applying pragmatic, best practices to software development.
OUR CHARLOTTE CAMPUS
Located at 8430 University Executive Park Drive, Suite 650, near the intersection of N. Tryon and Harris Blvd., our new campus is minutes away from the best Charlotte has to offer.
The multi-county region that encompasses Metropolitan Charlotte is one of the fastest-growing in the Mid-Atlantic and in the nation. The city of Charlotte serves as a dynamic and cosmopolitan hub of this vast area, and is the largest, most accessible city between the national capital of Washington DC and Dallas. Offering a location that is convenient to traveling in any direction, the city has earned the nickname of “International Gateway to the South.”
Charlotte manages to harmonize the excitement of a sophisticated and diverse urban environment with the gracious hospitality of the Old South. This unique atmosphere melds big-city style with down-home country appeal to cater to a wide range of lifestyle options.
In addition, Charlotte frequently appears on “Best Places to Live” lists, and was ranked #14 on the list of best cities for tech jobs.