Georgia Tech to offer certificate program in Peachtree Corners

Coding bootcamp to serve the city's innovation hub

August 03, 2018 | By GTPE Communications
Georgia Tech president Bud Peterson presented key to Peachtree Corners by mayor Mike Mason

Georgia Tech president Bud Peterson is presented with the Peachtree Corners' key to the city by mayor Mike Mason. Photo courtesy of Gwinett Daily Post.

Peachtree Corners’ Mayor Mike Mason announced Thursday that Prototype Prime, a business incubator in the city, is teaming up with Georgia Tech to offer a certificate program beginning in January.

The program, titled Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp, is 24 weeks long and prepares learners with fundamental skills and knowledge on front-end and back-end web development. Read the full Gwinnett Daily Post story

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