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Coding class offered in Savannah
Georgia Tech-Savannah coding camp

Georgia Tech-Savannah’s Coding Boot Camp will host a demo day for graduating students to show off their work to area employers from 5-7 p.m. May 17. 

Area business leaders, specifically those looking to hire web developers, are encouraged to attend. The event is free, but RSVP is required.

“Our program caters to those who are already working but want to create additional value for their skill set,” said Diane Lee, executive director of Georgia Tech-Savannah. “More businesses are looking to hire in-house developers. A coding certificate from Georgia Tech will make a resume stand out or can be used as a bargaining chip when it’s time to discuss a pay raise.” 

For 24 weeks, the third class of area professionals has learned everything from the basics of coding, algorithms and data structure, to training in various computer languages while creating a body of work for their portfolios. 

Graduates of the program receive a certificate in Fullstack Web Development from Georgia Tech Professional Education, currently the only university-backed boot camp in the state.

The next camp will be online and starts July 14. Those who are interested in learning more about the class are invited to Demo Day to see what the program has to offer. 

To learn more, visit or call 912-436-3732.

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