Washington D.C

Why Washington D.C…

Founded on July 16, 1790, Washington, DC is unique among American cities because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. In 2017, Washington came into its own as a tech hub, and the national tech sector responded. SoftBank made an investment here.

An edtech company landed funding from The Rise Fund, which is backed by U2’s Bono, LinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman and Lynne Benioff, wife of Salesforce’s founder Marc Benioff. Eventbrite acquired a local event tech startup.

At least one new co-working location opened seemingly every month in the metro area in response to customer demand. The D.C. Capital Region, which is home to a third of the nation’s digital workforce, has seen 8,000 new tech jobs over the last five years.

Location and Transportation

Washington, DC has one of the safest, cleanest and most efficient transportation systems in the world. Metrorail and Metrobus are the most convenient ways to get around DC, with Metrobus providing connections for locations not serviced by Metrorail.

Nearby Attractions

With Washington, D.C. Maryland and Virginia all within 30 minutes of each other, there is a wide array of things to do in the general area. Howard University is a huge attraction for its diverse culture and seemingly perpetual list of things to do. D.C. offers a host of tourist attractions such as the White House, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Smithsonian Museum, etc.

The Washington D.C Lifestyle

Location and Transportation, Nearby Attractions

Washington D.C Jobs and
         Average Salaries…

Job TitleAverage Salary
Junior Front-End Web Developer$72,214
Entry Level Web Developer$85,014
Web Designer$64,766
Web Developer$87,620
Full-Stack Developer$115,960
Senior Web Developer$111,390
Front-End Developer$90,614
Back-End Developer$105,580

Available Courses

Here in Boston, we offer our two most valued courses on Python with Data Science and C# with the .Net framework. Whether you’re looking for more web development heavy courses or would like to dig into the understanding of data science, we have a course for you. Our full-time Boston instructors are dedicated and passionate towards making sure you achieve your full potential. Below you can find a list the many languages and frameworks you’ll learn on your way to a career in development.

Upcoming Courses

Course DateTuitionAccepting ApplicationsProgram
January 28th - April 5th$12,495YesPython + Data Science
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