Interface School tees up for Lincoln summer courses, Omaha workshops

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Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 12:00 am

Interface School is launching a 10-week summer web course in Lincoln—July through September—where students can learn web basics as well as intermediate and advanced curriculum. The whole course costs $7,000, although the program can be broken down into shorter courses. Meanwhile, the school also will host a series of mini workshops in Omaha. The four workshops include topics like iOS development, web basics, responsive web design and real world agile for teams. Classes range from two days to a week and cost $750-$1,100, depending on the class. Workshops begin July 11. — Source: Interface School


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