Students at The Iron Yard code school, powered by Smashing Boxes, took on some compelling projects during the fall semester of code school in Durham. They chronicled the learnings and developments at a mid-December pitch night before potential employers.
Because many startups out there are hiring, and many investors are curious about the talent and ideas in this region, we’ve got their pitches below. These students make up class two of Ruby on Rails Engineering. Most students in class one, which graduated in August, have found jobs and are busy practicing their new skills in the workplace.
Check out the pitches:
Ramblethru is a travel app that consolidates travel searches and builds trip itineraries in app, so when you’re looking for a hotel, flight and activities on a trip, you don’t have to open multiple tabs. 

Laura Baverman

Laura Baverman manages the day-to-day at ExitEvent, writing and editing stories, lining up contributors, overseeing events and representing us in the community. Laura has spent a decade in journalism, most of those years as a business reporter in her hometown Cincinnati. Her Ohio roots run deep, but she's learning to love the South. Especially sun, all months of the year.