Code Immersives is a diverse coding school right in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen NYC that delivers robust and dynamic software development training. The deep foundations obtained in our Intensive programs help ensure students develop the technical skills... Read More required to pursue a career in this ever-expanding, fast-paced industry. Our program focuses on core foundations first before teaching newer technologies. Gain the confidence you need to succeed today! We proudly accept GI Bill, Title-IV federal aid, and international students.
A 900 hour Python immersive taking you from beginner to functional Python developer. Students will explore machine learning techniques, data analysis/manipulation, and visualization, all while pushing themselves toward becoming mid-level developers.
Subjects: Python, Machine Learning, SQL, Django, Tensorflow, Data Structures
Web Development Immersive (Full Stack)
Duration: 45 weeks
Also, Code Immersives will work with you if you're having trouble with understanding the course materials or problems outside of the course. For instance, every day after class, teachers will stay to help students who wanted more review and held free review seminars/courses outside of regular school hours. On top of that, teachers will give you one on one resume and interview preparation. My instructor helped me with my resume and conducted mock interviews to help me pass my job interviews.
For military veterans, which I am, Code Immersives is one of the most military friendly institutions I have attended. Most of my classmates were veterans and some of the staff were also. The school is a great choice if you want real practical training and have the Post 9/11 GI-BILL.
"Code Immersives is a fantastic place to learn code at a pace where you can actually learn and retain the knowledge."
__Overview___ Code Immersives was a fantastic place to learn code at a pace where you can actually learn and retain the knowledge. It was definitely not a bootcamp but rather an immersive program design to get you from no code experience to a real junior... Read More developer in a year. I've had friends go through bootcamps and they are fried at the end of those few months and barely retain the knowledge. The school is also accredited , which means I was able to use my VA benefits. Staff is friendly and available to talk to and dedicated to you getting an education. That being said you do have to work hard, you get out what you put in.
___Staff___ The Teachers are all knowledgable and friendly and are able to teach code in a way that I was able to understand. Every class has a Teacher and a TA. If you need the extra help the TA is right there to help you out. Amongst the rest of the staff I have to specifically mention both Anthony who was in charge of my admissions and Patrick the owner of the school. Anthony was very helpful and knowledgable. He made attending a breeze even with having to jump through all the hoops that the VA loves to put you through. Patrick, the owner, was always walking around, making sure me and the rest of the students where happy with the education they were receiving. If there was an issue he would come brief us personally as well as tell us what was being done about it. He would bend over backwards to help the students get the education they signed up for. For example, one student could no longer come due to health issues halfway through, instead of saying "too late for refunds" he offered the student to come back at the start of the next term so that he could finish his education. There are many more stories of that nature. The only caveat was that you had to but putting the effort in, if you just don't show or do the work don't expect a free pass.
TL;DR If you actually want to learn to code so you can have a real career and get a leg up on anyone who goes to a "bootcamp" go here.
My experience: After taking the web development course at Code Immersives in NYC, every aspect of my life has dramatically improved (and that's no exaggeration). I went from zero knowledge of programming, earning minimum wage in a warehouse and hating... Read More my job, to loving my highest paying job ever, working for a tech company full-time as a full-stack software engineer -- all in the space of just one year (give or take)!
To be clear: it took a lot of work on my end, and I still have much to learn; but, to give credit where credit is due, it is only because of the experienced, knowledgable, and patient instructors at the Digital Film Academy, as well as the thoughtful curriculum itself, that my efforts paid off so well. I cannot thank the school enough, nor recommend it more highly.
TLDR: Success is not an accident. Hard work + Code Immersives = Success, on purpose.