DigitalCrafts Houston Campus is Moving to The Cannon in Spring 2019!

We're excited to announce that DigitalCrafts' Houston location will be gaining a new home in Spring 2019!

Over the past few years, we have spent our time teaching and learning with amazing individuals who are excited about #buildingtheweb in the East Downtown area of Houston (or EaDo). Our goal was—and still is—to create an authentic community of individuals who are passionate about programming. We've been proud to partner with the amazing team at Headquarters to create a space and student experience that is true to our core values, but we have outgrown our current space and are excited to announce that we'll be moving to The Cannon on Brittmoore Road in the Spring of 2019.  

The Cannon promises to be a haven for small-to-medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs.  Our classrooms there are custom-designed to increase the engagement and productivity of our students and staff alike.

But it doesn’t stop there! The entire space is created for network building and community. With its gameroom, community lounge area and wellness room, our students will have everything they need to learn comfortably with a few added perks. The space will have an outdoor courtyard, soundproof phone booths, ample parking and 24/7 access to the building—there will even be a small movie theater on site! 

Additional amenities include:

  • Fully functional kitchen
  • 11 Meeting rooms
  • All the coffee you can drink
  • Game systems and ping pong tables

Located near City Centre, our students will have access to amazing dining,  shopping and events. Our new home will also be just a short drive from the midtown and downtown areas of Houston where you have access to all the awesomeness of the Toyota Center, the NRG Stadium, Minute Maid Park and more. There are also a whole bunch of amazing bars and great eats in Houston for you to try as well.

Are you interested in learning how to code at our Houston campus? Download our course packet for more information!

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Author
Shar'nee Francis

Admissions Advisor, Houston