partners with Galvanize to offer free coding lessons

Galvanize and domain registrar are partnering to host free Learn to Code meetups across the country. The group will host its next coding study session at Denver's Central Library on Feb. 29 at 6:15 p.m.

"By partnering with large organizations like to host meetups, we're bringing industry experts and the Galvanize community of learners together under one roof to share valuable insights with each other," says Jim Deters, Galvanize CEO and co-founder. "We're excited to see more people from the coding community on Galvanize campuses in 2016 and beyond."

The Learn to Code events will include instruction on HTML/CSS, PostgreSQL, Javascript, Angular JS, and more. "We're excited to dive into local communities and teach others about website resources and new domains like .NINJA, .SOCIAL, and .NEWS," says Ashley Forker, marketing director at "Domain names are powerful -- but underutilized -- tools. Now is the time to demonstrate that great domain names help drive the discovery of products, content, and brands across all platforms."

Beyond Denver, Galvanize's Learn to Code meetups are taking place in Boulder, Fort Collins, San Francisco and Seattle. They'll also launch in Austin in the spring.

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