One Month Raises $770K To Teach All Of The Coding

TechCrunch

What did you accomplish in the past 30 days? If you’re a student at One Month (Formerly One Month Rails), you could have a fully functional web application.

Yesterday, the Y Combinator-backed company announced it closed a seed round of $770K to bring accelerated programming instruction to the masses. YC led the round, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, Winklevoss Capital, Funders Club, Lew Moorman and Wefunder, among others.

One Month Rails has condensed learning to code in Ruby on Rails into a one-month program. The company plans to tackle other languages and toolkits from Swift to Web Security and it’s safe to assume they have their eyes on longer-form, online education at some point in the future.

Since its launch in August 2013, One Month has seen 150,000 lessons completed and over 14,500 students take its Ruby on Rails course. But we’ve seen impressive sign-up numbers before. And the space of online content, One…

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