The Charleston Digital Corridor is offering seven coding classes this fall at its Flagship2 business incubator in downtown Charleston. (Photo/Provided)
Published Sept. 6, 2012
Fall classes start Sept. 17 and will be held at the Digital Corridor’s Flagship2 business incubator in downtown Charleston.
All of the classes last four weeks.
CODEcamp graduated 50 students last summer in its first course offering and is a part of the Digital Corridor’s workforce development strategy to expand resident’s technical skills.
“The Digital Corridor’s ability to successfully leverage the technical skills and passion of instructors from its member companies to develop individuals seeking to participate in Charleston’s growing knowledge economy is a forward thinking model for 21st century economic development,” said Charleston Mayor Joe Riley.