Start your coding bootcamp journey
Our full 75+ hour free coding bootcamp prep course is exactly what it sounds like 100% free. No credit card required, no trial periods or expiration dates, so you can set your schedule and learn at your own pace.
Our on-demand team of Technical Coaches is ready to help you get unstuck when you need help – broadening your understanding by helping you find a solution to a lesson, not solving it for you.
This course is the best way to experience Flatiron’s curriculum, community, and culture firsthand – and to explore whether you’re passionate about pursuing code as a career.
This course is the most efficient way to get real hands-on experience with the programming fundamentals and interview tactics you’ll need to get into the top coding bootcamps.
Start thinking like a software developer
Units: Debugging, Variables and Arrays, Methods, Command Line Applications, Logic and Conditionals, Loops and Iteration, Object Orientation
Ruby was designed to make programmers happy. It’s expressive, accessible, and reads like English, allowing new programmers to focus on its underlying logic rather than syntax. Even beginners can start building right away.
Units: Pre-interview Research, Phone and Video Interviews, Non-Technical Interview Questions, Approaching Code Challenges
Our Interview Prep Curriculum comes straight from the Career Services team behind our near-perfect student employment rate and includes many of the same practices we use to turn our grads into "no-brainer tech hires."
Start building your portfolio
At Flatiron School, students learn by building. Coding Bootcamp Prep students come away from the course with the beginnings of an impressive code portfolio to demonstrate their proficiency to coding bootcamp admissions teams.
Playing off an old gaming cheat code, students learn how to trigger an alert via certain keystrokes.
Students build a full dynamic game from scratch, programming a ship controlled by your arrow keys and animating falling rocks to avoid or else… *boom*.
Built with: Event Listeners, HTML5 DOM Updates, First-Class Functions
Students build a fully executable, object-oriented game of Tic-Tac-Toe, written in flexible, well-structured code that’s easy to debug and maintain.
Built with: Ruby, jQuery
Ready to unlock your future in tech?