Turing School of Software & Design Launches New Program

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Turing launches new seven-month, front-end engineering program. The new program is designed to teach students to build applications for web, mobile and desktop platforms.

Jeff Casimir Executive Director of Turing

“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."

Turing School of Software and Design, a nationally recognized non-profit programming school, formally launched their new Front-End Engineering program. Front-End Engineering marks the launch of their second program, and was created to fulfill the demand for qualified engineers with a strong foundation in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

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.

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