Today: Flatron School Science Fair
Meet great people—and great developers Good news! We’re about to graduate our biggest class of Ruby and iOS developers yet. In just 12 weeks, they’ve not only become promising developers, they’ve also built some mind-blowing apps. Today, we’re celebrating all their hard work at our Flatiron School Science Fair. If you’ve never been to one […]
Meet great people—and great developers
Good news! We’re about to graduate our biggest class of Ruby and iOS developers yet. In just 12 weeks, they’ve not only become promising developers, they’ve also built some mind-blowing apps.
Today, we’re celebrating all their hard work at our Flatiron School Science Fair. If you’ve never been to one before, it’s kind of like a career fair in reverse. Hiring managers and anyone else interested in the amazing things possible in just 12 weeks can swing by to meet our students.
This semester, more than 300 folks are joining us from companies like Makerbot, ESPN, HBO, and Hearst Digital Media. RSVP to mingle with hiring managers from all over and meet some great people who’ve just become great developers.
Time: 4:00-7:00PM (Drop by any time)
Place: 11 Broadway, Suite 260
Win two seats in Flatiron After School
Today, we’re using an app built by students Simon Seroussi and Randall Reed Jr to raffle off a really great prize. The app automatically pulls in hashtags to pick a winner at random. Cool, right?
We’ll be drawing twice, each time for two spots in Flatiron After School—a coding conservatory for high schoolers. Don’t know a high schooler? No problem, the winners are welcome to donate their spots to students from the amazing ScriptEd.
To enter, just tweet about a student project you loved to #ScienceFair, anytime between now and 5PM on Friday. The app will do the rest!
Demo brand new student projects
Don’t know what to tweet about? Try some of these student projects or get even more inspiration from #ScienceFair.
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Hope to see you there!
* No purchase necessary, eligible participants must be over 18; void where prohibited. Starts now, first drawing at 7pm on August 14 and second drawing at 5pm on August 15. To enter, tweet about FS science fair projects under #sciencefair. Winners to be announced under #flatironschool. Each drawing will receive 2 seats to our AS program. Value of each AS seat is $2,500.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog is current as of 14 August 2014. Current policies, offerings, procedures, and programs may differ. For up-to-date information visit FlatironSchool.com.
Posted by Flatiron School / August 14, 2014
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