Our twelve and eighteen week Programming Classes feature an intensive curriculum designed to build you into a professional programmer with the intent of finding you your dream job. 

Our instructors train you to think like a software engineer, teach you the skills you need, and work with you to prepare you for a new career with opportunities for a generous salary and advancement.

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.



Antonio Raynor, Director of Education

Antonio holds a computer science degree from East Carolina University. He has over a decade of real world development experience with Microsoft-related projects for medium- and large-sized organizations. His background work includes consulting, development lead, and project management, and he has worked on all aspects of enterprise-level project deployments. He brings his passion for development and instruction to Coder Foundry. 




Sean Szpunar, Instructor

Sean holds a Master's degree in Information Systems from The University of Phoenix and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He has six years of combined experience as a software developer which was obtained within the industries of: hospice, pharmacy, and printing. While developing software and expanding his education as an adult, Sean accumulated over 11 years of experience as a law enforcement officer with his career culminating in the supervision of domestic violence investigations. He is a proud, Coder Foundry graduate and successfully completed the spring 2016 accelerated course in Kernersville, NC. Sean possesses zeal for conquering all challenges and resolve for learning new technologies. He brings boundless energy to the room, stalwart patience to the table, and looks forward to ushering in a new generation of skilled developers.



New York is a global hub of international business and commerce. In 2012, New York City topped the first Global Economic Power Index, published by The Atlantic. The city is not only a major center for banking, finance and world trade, but Silicon Alley, metonymous for New York's broad-spectrum high technology sphere, continues to expand.

From 2009 to 2013, New York tech jobs increased by 33 percent, which was four times the job growth rate in the city’s other industries.

With demand for well-trained developers becoming greater and greater every day, we can provide the education and network needed to help you land your dream job in one of the world's most exciting and vibrant cities.



Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about any of our classes or locations.