Firehose sessions teach critical digital and coding skills by building real-world web applications that you are proud to share with the world.
We teach what matters! That way you can focus on the most important skills to build and ship high quality web applications
We move fast and condense at least 5 times the amount of comparable self-guided learning into each session, pair you with expert mentors and help you in our exclusive Q&A forums
Expert developers will answer all your questions, help you understand your code and trouble-shoot error messages through weekly office hours and 1-on-1 mentorship sessions
Why? We help them learn critial coding skills in a fraction of the time while building mobile first web applications together
Self-paced Classes, Virtual Office Hours, Q&A Forum
Build 3 mobile first web applications and your own Capstone MVP Project. Take advantage of weekly 1-on-1 mentorship hours, regular office hours, and help forums to accelerate your skills
Take one hour, learn HTML and CSS3 and code your own personal splash page. No prior experience necessary.
Build a real-world project and use the same tools as the best startups in the country to code an awesome web application while learning cutting-edge skills like Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS3, Git, GitHub, Heroku, Twitter Bootstrap and more.
Marco is a web developer and User Experience product manager. He consulted Fortune 500 companies like P&G and John Deere, won Boston's biggest Hackathon (Angelhack) and most recently led the user experience for peerTransfer, building a $500M/year international tuition payment platform. In an earlier life, he travelled around the world on $25/day for an entire year.
Ken Mazaika is a web developer and Ruby on Rails contributor. Previously he was the tech lead at Where.com (acquired by PayPal) and a core member of the PayPal/eBay development team in Boston. In a previous life he turned a health insurance quotes generator from a $400/day web application into a $40,000/day business.