Local Entrepreneur Jon Sheklow is on a mission to help people open up new career opportunities by learning coding and game development.
— Jon Sheklow, Lead Game Designer, Opposite Lock Games, LLC.
NEW HAVEN, CT, USA, July 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — New Haven Connecticut is quickly becoming an East Coast technology epicenter. With tons of fledgling companies and start-ups starting flourish there is now more and more venture capital flowing into the area.
One of the newest members of this tech ecosystem is Just Start Coding, a new code training company started by video game developer and software entrepreneur Jonathan Sheklow.
As creator of the #1 Stock Market Simulator game on the app stores called “Comish“, Jon has seen a lot of people looking to break into software & app development but don't know where to start.
“[Starting to learn coding] can be so intimidating at first,” said Jon Sheklow, Lead Game Designer, Opposite Lock Games, LLC. “We really want to help people get past the initial blockades and set-out to open new career doors that were closed before.”
Just Start Coding is based out of District, which is the premier tech facility in Connecticut and surpasses even the best that New York City has to offer in terms of space, amenities and talent. All code training is held on-site at District by highly trained coder professionals.
Currently Just Start Coding's instructors offer in-person training of Python, Java, HTML and all of the most commonly used programming languages. Coming soon is C#, Unity and other video game development and design training.
For more info and to book sessions now visit www.JustStartCodingNow.com
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