{ Become an exceptional developer in 17 weeks. }

Full-time classes start January 16 and April 24 in San Francisco.

Small Class Size

Learn with 12-16 students and a 4:1 student-teacher ratio. All of our instructors have years of teaching and development experience.

Real World Projects

Graduate with a diverse portfolio. Along with your own projects, you'll work with venture-backed companies or contribute to open source.

We Share the Risk

Our program is challenging. If it isn't working out in the first six weeks, or if you don't find a job six months after graduating, we refund your tuition.

why Rithm?

Extensive Support

Our dynamic curriculum allows you spend the majority of time in class coding individually or with peers. Instruction is offered in small groups or pairs to speed up the learning process.

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Competitive Portfolio

After spending a few weeks building a strong foundation as a developer, you’ll contribute to open source and/or partner company applications. Student portfolio projects are important, but having experience working in established code bases is invaluable.

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Experienced Instructors

Great programmers aren’t always great teachers and great teachers aren’t always great programmers. At Rithm, our instructional staff is made up of three people who are phenomenal at both. Learn from experienced instructors who have taught hundreds of students how to code.

Meet the team

Job Readiness

After three months of instruction, you’ll have another four weeks to prepare yourself for the job search. You will focus on behavioral and technical interview skills with daily mock interviews and classes on essential computer science topics like data structures and algorithms. This culminates with a demo day attended by our hiring partners.

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