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Austin Coding Academy

Courses: 101 Intro to Web, 211 JavaScript Full Stack (Intermediate), 221 C# .NET Full Stack (Intermediate), 231 UI/UX Web Design (Intermediate), 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced), 321 C# .NET Full Stack (Advanced), 331 UI/UX Wordpress (Advanced)

Locations

Online, Austin

About Austin Coding Academy

Austin Coding Academy strives to bring students to job-ready proficiency. They offer three course levels: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced. There are three different tracks offered at the introduction level: JavaScript Full Stack, .NET Full Stack,... Read More

Students benefit from a flexible schedule, with the ability to enroll in part-time courses that meet twice weekly in the evening. Additionally, unlimited tutoring benefits allows students to schedule 1-on-1 help.

With student success as the primary goal, Austin Coding Academy works with students to develop skills that employers are looking for. Courses are taught by professional developers, and students receive 1-on-1 job placement assistance with staff to help build resumes, practice interviews, and more.

Additionally, Austin Coding Academy offers services to produce custom curriculum and instruction for corporations with a need for technical education.

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Courses

101 Intro to Web

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Online, Austin
Course Description:

In this class you will learn how the internet works and build your own web pages. You will delve into HTML, CSS, and beginner JavaScript, and learn responsive web design. You will create your own web pages that look good on desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. By the end of this class you will be capable of building professional quality websites. This first class is offered at the downtown campus, the north campus, and remotely. Downtown it will begin July 16, and at the north campus and remotely beginning July 9.

Skills you'll learn:
– HTML5
– CSS3
– Bootstrap
– Git/Github
– JavaScript
– JQuery
– Basic web development

What you'll build:
– Responsive, professional grade websites
– Foundational portfolio

Subjects: CSS, Git, HTML, jQuery, JavaScript

211 JavaScript Full Stack (Intermediate)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Austin
Course Description:

In this class you will be continuing to dive into the world of front end development with JavaScript and jQuery, and an introduction to React.js. You’ll be building a new app every week and learning how to build and maintain the technology that powers modern day applications. By the end of the class you will create 6 JavaScript apps, 4 jQuery apps, and a blog using the Github API.

Skills you'll learn:
– JavaScript
– Node.js
– API consumption
– React.js

What you'll build:
– 6 JS Apps
– 4 React Apps
– A project using an open API
– Intermediate level portfolio

Subjects: Git, React.js, Node.js, JavaScript

221 C# .NET Full Stack (Intermediate)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Online, Austin
Course Description:

In this class you will be continuing to dive into the world of development with C#, and an introduction to .NET. The purpose of this course is to teach students the basics of C# and SQL. C# is one of the most popular programming languages in the world and is supported by all modern browsers. SQL is one of most popular databases in use today.

Skills you'll learn:
– C#
– Visual Studio
– API consumption
– SQL
– JQuery / AJAX

What you'll build:
– terminal apps using C#
– SQL databases

Subjects: C#, A/B Testing, SQL

231 UI/UX Web Design (Intermediate)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Austin
Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to design websites as a freelance web designer or as a web designer for a company. The coursework will cover graphic design, choosing color schemes, crafting User Experience and User Interface, CSS frameworks, building with templates and static page generation.

Subjects: Design Principles, Business, Entrepreneurship, Bootstrap, UX Testing, Portfolio Design, UI Design, UX Design

311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Austin
Course Description:

In this class, you will put all that you’ve learned together to become a full stack programmer. You will use front end and back end frameworks like Node.js, Express.js, and Backbone. You will create a restful API, learn authentication, and perform API consumption. You will leave this class with your own app uploaded to Heroku.

Skills you'll learn:
– Node.js
– Express.js
– Mongoose.js
– Passport.js
– React.js
– Redux
– Devops and deployment
– Restful API
– Authentication

What you'll build:
– At least one industry-grade, full-stack application hosted on Heroku
– Advanced level portfolio

Subjects: Git, jQuery, React.js, AngularJS, Node.js, Express.js, JavaScript

321 C# .NET Full Stack (Advanced)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Online
Course Description:

In this class, students will continue to work with C# in the .NET framework, building full-stack web applications. The purpose of this subject is to teach students how to build modern web apps utilizing the .NET framework and associated technologies. Upon completion, students will be prepared to begin working as a full stack web developer.

Skills you'll learn:
– ASP.NET
– Visual Studio
– Security
– Deployment

What you'll build:
– Full-stack web apps

Subjects: C#, ASP.NET, .NET, SQL

331 UI/UX Wordpress (Advanced)

  • Cost: $2,990
  • Duration: 10 weeks
Locations: Austin
Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to earn money as a Web Designer. Students will learn the technologies and techniques that will make them stand out and help them find jobs. Students will go through the entire lifecycle of a project which they will deploy and use a portfolio piece, showing it to prospective employers to secure employment.

Subjects: Entrepreneurship, SEO, Social Media Marketing, UI Design, UX Design, Wordpress

Austin Coding Academy Reviews

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5.0/5

(28 reviews)
    6/17/2019
  • Darwin Risser | Software Support Analyst
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2019

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"Great Experience, Life Changing"

If you are serious about changing careers, Austin Coding Academy will get you there. With the help of the fantastic teachers and other faculty at ACA, you WILL achieve your goals if you work hard and stay committed. This is not an easy program and you... Read More

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    6/14/2019
  • Abby Gottlich | Associate Software Developer
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2019

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"Why Austin Coding Academy is so Amazing"

I'm so incredibly happy I chose Austin Coding Academy for several reasons. The staff is awesome. They are very personable and the class sizes are pretty small, so your teachers know who you are, your strengths, and what you need help with. They are up-to-date... Read More

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    6/6/2019
  • Katie Macaulay | Web Developer/ Manager
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2019

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"Great Community & Growing"

Austin Coding Academy is one of the most unique and wonderful education experiences I have had in my life. Before I started ACA I was a teacher for 9 years, and my mission was to (and still is) to express my deep loving commitment towards my student's... Read More

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    5/24/2019
  • Ron Hajewski | Web Designer
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Very happy with the results I'm getting because of ACA"

I recently graduated from Austin Coding Academy's Full-Stack Web Development bootcamp. I started in August of 2018 and finished my last class in May of 2019.

During the course I learned everything I needed to know about web development to get an entry... Read More

The course is taught by experienced professionals working in the field, so they teach you what you need to know to get a job. All of my instructors were incredibly helpful and would go above and beyond to make sure that I fully understood each concept. If there was something I was struggling with they would always offer additional one-on-one tutoring.

They also have dedicated staff to help with job placement - this is where they really shine. Dan Cumming helped me with my resume and coached me to be articulate on the subjects that matter most.

I now understand how to learn new web development technologies quickly and will use these skills the rest of my life. Not only did I learn enough to break into a new field, but I had a lot of fun and made great friends along the way!

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    5/23/2019
  • Cory B | Software Developer
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Highly Recommend"

I came from a finance background and decided it was time for a career change. After weighing my options of for bootcamps in Austin I decided to go with ACA because I had heard good things and, because I couldn't afford to quit my job and start an immersive,... Read More

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    1/24/2019
  • Anonymous | Developer
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Great school"

Austin Coding Academy is an amazing school with a highly supportive community. Staff does an excellent job at building personal relationships with students and will help you find your niche in development. I'm grateful for the experience I gained through... Read More

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    12/27/2018
  • Aubrey Lenz
  • 101 Intro to Web
  • Graduated: 2018

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"10/10 would recommend if you are dedicated to learning new skills!"

Great teachers & all around staff who are dedicated to helping you succeed! I am taking the Full-stack Javascript route and loving every bit of Austin Coding Academy. TA's, tutors, and the instructors and there to help you every bit of the way. 10/10... Read More

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    4/6/2018
  • Clayton Berger | Web dev and teacher
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2017

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"Balanced, Fair and Caring"

At Austin Coding Academy every teacher, admin and TA cares about its students future. They don't want your money if you are not learning so they are constantly working to keep their curriculum up-to-date and challenging. I've seen this in practice as... Read More

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    4/5/2018
  • Gregg Andrews
  • 331 UI/UX Wordpress (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Comprehensive program for becoming a freelance web-designer."

When I started the Web Design program at Austin Coding Academy, I was a total newbie to the world of coding and UX/UI. I was looking for a school that was affordable and could teach me the skills to become a web designer. Now, after completing the program,... Read More

After just a couple weeks into the Intro 101 class, I made my first website and by the end of the class, I was creating basic Javascript Games. In the 231 Intermediate and the 331 Advanced classes, I learned about UX/UI, advanced CSS, SEO, Google Analytics, PHP, Wordpress, and the business skills needed to be a freelancer. The program ended with a capstone project developing a custom Wordpress website.

For those who are serious about learning web design and are willing to put in the work to make it happen, ACA is the school for you.

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    3/29/2018
  • Anonymous | engineer
  • 311 JavaScript Full Stack (Advanced)
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Difficult but rewarding. Definitely not a waste of money. Put in the effort and you will see the ROI."

If you want to know what it's like to be a developer this environment can prepare you. If you just want "new skills" you may not be satisfied with this format.

Personally, I wanted some new skills but wanted an environment to gain the "full stack" experience.... Read More

This is a "part-time" class but you must expect to put in a lot of work to be successful. I did not prepare myself skill wise nor time wise to be successful the first time. If you know up front that you have to really put in time, effort and that this is not a "completion" type of class you will be very successful.

To better prepare for my second attempt, I attended several JavaScript workshops to brush up on my fundamentals. It's so important to understand JavaScript fundamental concepts especially Objects; how to access and loop them. While you will be taught these concepts knowledge of them is a huge advantage. If you take 211 before 311 you should be ok. Otherwise, just make sure you are solid on JS fundamentals and Objects. Not taking 211 makes 311 more difficult but not impossible. If you are wanting to become a full stack developer take all 3 classes and trust the process.

The prices is super affordable by comparison to others camps. The job assistance is outstanding. The TAs & Instructors are genuine, knowledgeable and there to help you be successful.

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Austin Coding Academy's average rating is 5.0 out of 5.0 based on 28 review(s).

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