Over the last 4 years, the Iron Yard has led the code school industry in preparing students for careers as software developers. The industry as a whole is still young and its leaders face the challenge of a nascent market, as well as the demands facing all institutions in the higher education marketplace.
In considering the current environment, the board of The Iron Yard has made the difficult decision to cease operations at all campuses after teaching out remaining summer cohorts. We will finish out summer classes completely, including career support.
While our journey is coming to an end, we will always take pride in the thousands of people our staff helped to launch new careers.
Our Houston coding classes train high-quality professional developers who are prepared to help businesses across industries create and improve software used around the world. As the most populous city in Texas and an international hub, Houston is quickly becoming a force in the world of technology.
Have a couple hours? Get your feet wet and try your hand at some code.
With a Masters in Educational Management Brian has worked in education for 10 years with experience ranging from classroom teacher to campus administrator and everything in between.
Joe originally started working in student assistance dealing with entrance exams for graduate school. He has always had a passions for helping others find their calling and achieving their dreams. His love of tech brought him to The Iron Yard where he can use his passion to help people pursue a career in the tech field.
Christie graduated from The Art Institute of Houston with an AAS degree in Film Production and earned her BA in Communications/PR/Advertising with a minor in English from The University of Houston.
Chris Oakman has been writing web applications for over a decade, with a focus on front-end design and development. He has worked at several startups, as well as cPanel, PROS, and Cisco. He is the author several open source libraries and a regular speaker at user groups and tech conferences.
Before joining The Iron Yard, Mohammad worked as a lead mobile developer for Blinds.com, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, VALIC and AIG. He is a frequent speaker at tech conferences including 360iDev, IndieDevStock, 360iDevMin, Houston iPhone Meetup and Houston Tech Fest.
Jesse graduated from The University of Texas at Austin, has worked at startups and as a consultant, is an author, speaker, open-source contributor, and BBQ enthusiast.
The Iron Yard Houston's Texas Workforce Commission school number is S4619. Grievance Policy