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Whether you want to learn web development basics or launch a promising tech career, there’s no better place to dive in than GA, a leading coding school in Washington, D.C. Our coding classes teach today’s top programming languages and more to kickstart your journey. 

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Bridge Creativity and Technical Skills: Learn Coding in Washington, D.C.

Full-Time Immersive Courses

Challenge yourself and change your career with a 10- to 13-week immersive learning experience.

Part-Time Courses

Enhance your professional potential. Learn in-demand skills in evening, weekend, or 1-week accelerated courses.

Meet Melissa DePuydt, Web Development Immersive Graduate

Melissa Depuydt

Telling Stories Through Code

Melissa DePuydt was tired of being held back by her lack of web development skills. As a writer at a marketing company, she was tasked with digital storytelling — but her team wouldn’t hire a developer to execute the ideas. She decided, “If my company couldn’t hire a web developer to make my life easier, then I would become a developer myself.” She then quit her job, and enrolled in GA’s full-time Web Development Immersive in Washington, D.C.

Find out how she turned her new skills into an impressive job offer.

Meet Some of Our Experts

General Assembly’s instructors are top professionals representing today’s leading Washington, D.C.-area companies.

Zachary Fleischmann

Zachary Fleischmann

Web Development Immersive Instructor

Erika Lewis

Erika Lewis

Front-End Web Development Instructor

Eric Masiello

Eric Masiello

Front-End Web Development Instructor

Alison Spittel

Alison Spittel

Web Development Immersive Instructor

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