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Startup Name Hacksaw Academy
What problem are you solving? Programming is seen as witchcraft to many people who otherwise would benefit greatly from understanding – even at a basic level. People wanting to start companies can’t prototype, and people looking to move more into development need somewhere to turn with tangible results. Hacksaw is focused on helping motivated people build a portfolio of useful projects.Our team believes that everyone should have access to a basic understanding of programming. This is why we offer our introduction Landing Page project free for everyone. Setting our students up for success starts with a basic understanding.
What is your solution? Instead of using generic examples to teach programming, we’ve developed an easy to follow path enabling you to build useful and functional apps online. Each of these projects is split into 30 minute sprints and released monthly.
Target Market non-technical students, junior software developers, tech workers, people interested in tech
How will you make money? Through sales
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? James and I started a previous company financing students to learn software development at coding bootcamps that was acquired in August 2015. We noticed a large gap in student portfolios which lead us to start Hacksaw Academy.
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Website www.beta.hacksaw.academy
Twitter Handle @hacksawacademy
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