The bootcamp I'm looking at teaches the MERN stack. Someone once told me that it's better to learn multiple languages. What are the merits of a camp teaching only one language vs multiple? For context, I am interested in front end web development.
Hi, some time ago I came across an online bootcamp offering a remote job guaranteed. I cannot remember the name of the company but the offer sounded really attractive to me.
I would love to start working remotely and would like to take a look to companies like the one I mentioned to see what happens.
Hi, I have been looking into data science bootcamps in London (short intensive or part-time) and wondered if anyone had heard of or had any experience of JBI Training (http://www.jbinternational.co.uk)?
They seem to offer many different IT related courses, not just data science (not sure if it's a fair assumption, but I would have thought an institution which focusses just on data science would be better, or just data science & coding).
I came across them on a list of data science bootcamps in the UK (https://www.ignite.digital/best-data-science-bootcamps-uk/), but it was just listing out each one and the core offerings, rather than a review. I can't seem to find any reviews online.
Also they don't mention who the instructors are specifically.
Are there any bootcamps that teach both? I suppose if there were, they'd lack in depth though.
I plan on attending a bootcamp. I'd also really love if in my future I was able to live in the EU. I want to for a multitude of reasons, but those are irrelevant.
I figure I should look at bootcamps in Europe and attend one and this could help me get on track towards moving to europe and living there permanently. However this could backfire I suppose.
I hear that companies must try to hire citizens before foreigners, so this would make it harder for me to find a job. Also if I did have to move back home to the U.S., I feel like bootcamps really help you find jobs, but I feel like they only help you find jobs in the city that the bootcamp takes place in, and only have local connections.
It seems like a good idea but I don't have much knowledge/experience in this regard so it could easily ...
I am a make-up artist and I am planning a career-switch to UX Design without any software or programming background. I had few questions, does the UX Design course require any prerequisites for software or programming knowledge? Is there any advantage of learning on-campus vs online where lot of bootcamps/academy offer online?
I qualify for a government program called Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) that will pay for my schooling. I have been turned down by several bootcamps so far only because they don't accept the way the government reimburses them. I'm would love to find a school that's already familiar with this process, and ideally has accepted students this way before.
I prefer a web development online program, but am open to alternatives and would go in person if necessary.
Hey Ryan, I believe Coding Dojo had a few students in the past with the TAA funding. Email email@example.com to get more information. MinyuAugust 28, 2018
I have a bachelors in Business Management that I've supplemented with over 10-years of small business management to great success, but at the same time I could've dropped out of high school and had the same degree of success I'm experiencing. In short, I feel completely let down from having gone to college and getting saddled with student loans to never get a job that would pay me a living wage. I want to attend a bootcamp because I know I could excel in the environment and achieve success at the boot camp, but I'm worried that it's just going to be another 17k down the drain and more disappointment. That being said beyond a potential assurance that if I don't get a job the boot camp doesn't get paid what should I be looking for both positive and negative in regards to potential job ...
Here's a few things I would consider: - who is included in the statistics (are people who didn't graduate included, what about people who gave up looking for a software engineering job and took another job) - are people who are hired by the bootcamp included in the statistics? This can inflate the hiring rates (I don't think that hiring alums to be instructors is a bad thing, a few of my instructors were alums and they were good teachers, just be wary of the stats) - How long it takes people to find a job after graduating? When are they counting from? Keep in mind that the process is slow, so even if someone has great luck and is offered the very first job they interview for, it will probably take at least 6 weeks for them to be hired. I think 3-6 months is pretty typical.But if most ...August 24, 2018
I have an AS in computer science and previous experience working as a NOC technician (WAN) but currently my most recent positions have been in customer service and I'd like to get back to the tech field and have an interest in data science. I would like to attend a DS boot camp before returning to school for my BS but wanted to know from your community how those without BS degrees and related tech/programming experience have faired in data science, job wise. What DS school would you recommend for me? I've looked at Thinkful (new DS program, but have job guarantee for those with a BS, my first choice), GA (pricey), Springboard (DataCamp affiliation concerns me, not sure if courses are job readied}, K2(which you call PeaksAcademy concerned about company's stability, removed a lot of ...
Does anyone know of any UX programs in the Bay Area with tuition deferred or apprenticeship programs to help offset the cost? I'm interested in something like Whitespace but don't fit the demographic they're looking for. They do a mixture of classroom instruction and an on-site apprenticeship which would be a good fit for me. I'd prefer an in-person to an on-line program but don't have 15K to spend. I'm switching from another design discipline so I know most of the tools and some of the methodology, it's the tech-specific skills I need the most. Thanks
online videos would need to be transcribed, close captioned, or the notes provided in addition to the online video. Public institutions would have to be ADA compliant.
Holberton is not an online school, but our program is accessible for the deaf. We are are a newer school, so we are also learning the ropes to make sure we are meeting all our students' needs, and hope to grow our deaf community here at the school. There is absolutely no reason why deafness or hear of hearing should ever stop someone from becoming a software engineer. check us out at https://www.holbertonschool.comJune 26, 2018
I have been working as a storage administrator profile since 4 years which is 24 * 7 job . I am headed up with the administrator profile job . I am looking to switch the career but not sure which technology to move on .I am afraid of programming but I am eager to be an expert on what I do . Also my education background is into Engineering profile . I love mathematics . I love to visualize a lot ... I struggle hard to get in a good position in what ever I do ..
I need an advice on which career to chose . I love to move completely to foreign through my job . I thought of pursuing MS/MBA but I don't have much money to do it so I failed .. What ever the career I chose I work hard to get through it but I am not sure what to do ..I don't want to move to 24*7 job profile again since I have ...
Hello , my name is houssem and I am 20 years old and I am an international student currently living in Germany.
I would like to ask if my profile allow me to attend an online or in Berlin bootcamp (with job guarantee) and then get hired ? Is it my partial-time work permit an obstacle to reach my goal ?
1. Looking for in class learning for a freshman in college majoring in CS but cant start until after finals May 9th.
2. Looking for in class learning for a junior in high school with no programming experience to get him acclimated with programming for the first time
Would love some advice