“I want Turing to do for coding what MIT did for engineering,” said Jeff Casimir founder and executive director, Turing School of Software & Design. “Our focus from the beginning has always been about quality over quantity."
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) March 30, 2016
Front-End developers, also known as client-side developers are currently in high demand. Turing’s Front-End program is designed to provide the best learning experience for students to acquire job-ready programming skills to enter a career as a front-end developer.
“I want Turing to do for coding what MIT did for engineering,” said Jeff Casimir founder and executive director, Turing School of Software & Design. “Our focus from the beginning has always been about quality over quantity. We designed the new Front-End Development program specifically to surpass expectations that the industry has for new software developers – ensuring that our alumni are the most prepared among their competition.”
During the Front-End program, students will learn to build applications in the browser for both mobile and desktop platforms, using all core languages. Turing has focused on recruiting instructors for the Front-End Engineering program based on their background in education first, and exceptional programming experience second; fully preparing students to enter a career in front-end engineering upon program completion.
Front-End Engineering program is accepting applications now at https://www.turing.io/.
Since 2014, Turing School of Software and Design has trained 131 students to become Web Application developers. Within 120 days of program completion, 96% of graduates find full-time employment, with a yearly average starting salary of $75,000. Turing is 100% dedicated to student success.
About Turing School of Software & Design
Turing School of Software & Design has operated as a Colorado non-profit since 2014, specializing in Web Application Development and Front-End Engineering. Turing values come from a desire to create a more diverse workforce and to properly prepare students to enter the workforce upon program completion. As a registered Colorado non-profit, Turing answers to no investors or outside interest, strategies and decisions are guided solely by what will lead to the best learning experience for students.