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12 Weeks Comes Down to This | The Iron Yard Demo Day

by Klaire Wesolowski

Witness the culmination of 12 weeks of intensive training at The Iron Yard from Front End, Ruby on Rails, and Mobile engineers as they showcase their final projects. The Iron Yard’s Demo Day will kick off with brief presentations of the team-built applications to an audience of local tech companies, engineers, and supporters of the tech community. Following presentations, attendees will be able to see first-hand demos of the applications and get to know the freshly-minted engineers over drinks. All are welcome.

Get the details & RSVP today.

Friday, July 24
2 PM

The M. Rich Center
115 Martin Luther King Jr Drive SW
First Floor Event Space
Atlanta, GA 30303

About The Iron Yard:
The Iron Yard is committed to training the highest-quality developers and startups in the world, both in skill and in character. The mission is to find people who want to pursue the craft and life-long adventure of technology, teach them the tools of the trade, and then release them into the world with the drive and capability to make a difference. The Iron Yard believes that passionate, talented people who love what they do will create great families, jobs, companies and solutions to the world’s problems.

About the M. Rich Center:
Located in the heart of historic downtown Atlanta, GA, the M. Rich Center for Creative Arts, Media and Technology is a state-of-the-art facility that fosters the creation of new work for startup and leading creative entrepreneurs. It features arts, media and technology companies, a prime billboard location, an in-house café, and has a front row seat to the iconic Peach Drop Tower. Originally built as the M. Rich & Bros Co. building, spanning over 110,000 square feet, its creative facelift uncovers the beauty of what was once one of Atlanta’s earliest examples of International Style Architecture. Bolstering exposed bricks, naturally finished hard wood floors and high windows, it mimics a New York style open floor plan that inspires and encouraging creative productivity.

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