MakerSquare, with its strong roots in the Austin tech community, is now expanding to Houston and San Francisco. They prepare new developers with fundamentals in software engineering. Students practice test-driven development and learn how to structure an app from the ground up. Potential students have the option of attending an immersive or part-time class schedule. Austin and Houston evening Front-End Class are accepting applicants for November. MakerSquare also recently announced their military veteran scholarship called “MakerSquare Heroes,” along with a deferred tuition option in San Francisco to help with the high costs of living in the bay area.
We talk with Harsh Patel, one of the co-founders of MakerSquare, about their exciting expansion and what they can offer to potential students.
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MakerSquare is a 3 month full-time career accelerator for software engineering. By teaching computer science fundamentals and modern web technologies, MakerSquare prepares students to join the most prestigious of engineering teams. Graduates of MakerSquare have landed entry-level positions at world-class enterprise companies like... Read More