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Last week, a group of web developers visited us at Bloombees Headquarters. Graduates of the last class of Ironhack, they came to see what we do here at Bloombees and discover how we are developing our platform for selling seamlessly on social media. They spent a couple hours touring our downtown offices and were presented to all aspects of our project, with which they were really impressed. At the end of the presentation we invited them to create a technical trail that we could use in our tech recruiting processes and all of them accepted the challenge.
Ironhack was founded in 2013 in Spain by two Wharton MBA grads, Ariel Quiñones and Gonzalo Manrique. It is a disruptive international coding bootcamp that believes the best way to learn is by doing it. This ideology is reflected in its teaching practices, which consist of eight-week immersive programming courses aimed to graduate students as full-stack junior web developers. Ironhack currently has three locations in Barcelona, Madrid and Miami, as well as the option to complete part of their bootcamp online.
The students log in over 400 hours of work throughout the course, finishing with a final project web app that they present to the local tech scene. Bloombees believes in the potential of the Iron Hack project and took part in the evaluation process of the graduates’ final projects. There is heaps of talent out there, and Bloombees believes in promoting it!