A classroom at Avratech programming academy, Israel
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Studying the Torah in the morning and coding in the afternoon

Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jews are turning to the booming high-tech sector for jobs.

Haredi families often have six, eight or even 10 children. And the traditional model - whereby the women go out to work and the men study the Torah - is proving financially unsustainable.

Meet the men who study the Torah in the morning and learn to code in the afternoon.