Coding University Marks General Assembly’s Shift Away From Coworking

Coding University Marks General Assembly’s Shift Away From Coworking

The former coworking space is now offering free coding and web-development courses.

Serena Chu
  • 16 october 2013

Instead of going to class, you can now learn about web development in the comfort of your home. Helping prospective developers get their foot through the door, General Assembly launched Dash, which is an online coding school that offers courses for HTML, cascading stylesheets, and Javascript.

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Similar to Codecademy and Coursera, Dash breaks down complicated CSS materials and turns them into fun projects that are easy to understand. Virtual office hours are also made available to better provide feedback and support for amateur coders.

Originally, Dash was meant to act as supplementary courses to help General Assembly students get started in the organization’s other immersive programs. Having received great feedback about Dash, the organization decided to open it to the public. Dash is now offered for free, and can be accessed here – anyone can sign up with a Twitter or email account.


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