Changes Are Headed For Toronto's Bitmaker Labs (Good Changes) Toronto’s Bitmaker Labs has thus far been known for its $9,000 Ruby on Rails course and an unfortunate Ontario Ministry of Training investigation last year that didn’t accomplish much, other than shutting the coding school down for a few days. It’s been about a year and a half since the school launched with five cofounders. Since then three of them left to pursue other things, including a competing coding school in Toronto called BrainStation. But as CMO Sean Power told us, Bitmaker Labs is about to go into high gear with a few new announcements. Today it announced that it has boosted its course selection to six and is planning on moving to a new 8000 sq. ft office complex at 220 King street west in Toronto. The new courses being offered range from nine to 12 weeks, all immersive: That’s all on top of Bitmaker’s flagship course, its nine-week Ruby on Rails course. This most recent cohort at Bitmaker Labs began on January 13 and will likely graduate on March 21.
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