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Do you want to learn how to code?
One of the best ways is by attending Nashville Software School. But, before signing up for a full course or boot camp, here are 3 myths that have been debunked and will help you decide if this school is right for you.
1) Myth: Nashville Software School only teaches Ruby on Rails coding
2) Myth: You need an IT degree or background in order to attend Nashville Software School
Fact: The reality is that anyone who wants to become a programmer can do it! Our instructors teach at all levels of experience and our courses are designed for beginners.
We also offer a variety of workshops to help you get started with your coding journey!
Fact: There is no age requirement or time limit when it comes to attending Nashville Software School, so anyone can take advantage of this opportunity.
Fact: Attendance at the school is free and there’s always room for more students in any class size. You do have to pay tuition if you want a certificate or degree, but that’s one less cost than what other schools will charge you upfront (plus we provide grants).
Myth: “Software schools don’t have any great connections with employers.”
It is true that software programs are not known for strong relationships with companies. However, Nashville Software School has a variety of mentors and partners who help to provide opportunities for students as well as the opportunity to work on class projects in partnership with big-name companies like Nike.
Students also get their resumes reviewed by industry experts before they graduate which means more job prospects than most boot camps offer graduates. Mentorships come from our partnerships or local clients of NSI or alumni friends and family members! We call these people Alumni Partners but it doesn’t stop there – we’re excited about future ways we can do this too! The best part?