Coder Camps offers 12-week and 24-week coding courses online and on campus in Houston, Phoenix, San Diego and Seattle. Students learn Full Stack Web Development through our modular style curriculum where they can choose which languages to study based on their needs. All programs use Agile software development techniques, provide experience working in team roles, and teach the application life cycle with mobile & cloud applications. Students will master these skills with the help of experienced instructors guiding them through hands on, real world projects and daily individual and paired programming exercises.Read more
Coder for Life: Coder Camps is the only software engineering school to offer graduates lifetime career services, access to all courses, and a community of developers at no additio...
|Location||Houston, Online, Phoenix, Seattle|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Commitment||60 hours in class/wk|
|Location||Houston, Online, Phoenix, Seattle|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Commitment||80 hours in class/wk|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Commitment||50 hours in class/wk|
Find something else don't try with them. they are focusing getting your money(have you enrolled somehow ) and leave you alone on your way. the worst part is definitely their `Carrier support` no help, no support nothing serious.
Here is how their carrier support works !
1- `here is a sample Resume please you it. ,
2- we will send you resume to some agencies(not sure if they really sends).
3- and even worst `do a search on linkedin with this keywords `junior .net developer & junior fullstack developer`
(and they said, they have hiring partners,I sent my resume to the all companies listed on their web sites .( seems none of them real. only one recruiter responded. ) not only for me, it was same for all attendees in my class, none of us got response .
in short, poor quality, no ...
Coder Camps focuses on the sale, with high pressure selling to sign up. If you are looking at online, they will not provide you with any examples and you just have to "take their word for it".
There isn't a receptionist or anyone in to greet you or a chime to let someone know that you are there. I started the coding from scratch prerequestite. I was sitting in the reception area while they were discussing financial matters with me, because there was no other place to talk to a potential student. Very unprofessional
The instruction was poor and the assessments were not clear. I have enough expieerice to know that my code was correct. The first assessment kept on saying "wrong". The instruction said to put "Hello World" on the page, but failed to mention that the quotes should be l...Read more
I was recommended to attend Coder Camps by a friend who graduated. I was told that .NET is in demand but it's definitely not. I talked to some recruiters mid-way through the program, and they told me that the .NET demand is temporary.
The program itself is actually decent, and the head instructors are pretty cool. But there's definitely a lot of lying about job placement and such from management. I ended up leaving with a good amount of knowledge, but not quite worth the amount I paid. I'd be willing to recommend Coder Camps, but only after they get their act together and start being honest.
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I agree. Totally read the reviews that appear to be genuine. .Net is definitely in demand but most (corporate) companies are going to want a degree of some sort if not comp sci. If you don't have one ruby, python, and java are going to be friendlier for getting the jobs because almost every start-up uses one or the other. Research is key but this boot camp didn't do a great job of explaining c#. Most people in my camp went to other boot camps right afterwards. Read the reviews and do your research. Find a camp that pays you or at least makes you pay after you get the job. Coder Camps recently hired a career services manager (wasn't the case when I went through) and she is actively contacting recruiters on LinkedIn. If the demand was extremely high as most boot camps would lead you to ...Read more
Hello, What location did you go? Did you have any coding experience prior their coding from scratch? Thanks. Read more
Please read the honest reviews. This camp is the worst. David Graham copied a business plan and got started as soon the general knowledge of coding boot camps gained momentum. This camp will always be a copy and therefore never as good as the originals. My camp was taught by a student who graduated in a cohort prior and he was the definition of nerd. Really arrogant and condescending and never wanted to answer more than two questions from the class. Save your money and just do freecodecamp.com and get a degree in any field and you should have no trouble finding employment.
I would say It is wise to get around 9 weeks preparation prior the bootcamp. I think bootcamps are pretty even these days. The think about .NET is the demand; the demand is so high right now, it is such a nice skill to have. You can always do it again right? They have a program coder for life; which you can always redo the camp. I am preparing myself to their .NET bootcamp in Seattle(November 7).
ASP.NET demand in Houston is pretty high right now, it's quickly dropping but it was high enough for me to pick this bootcamp. I had high expectations going in: the instructors seemed brilliant, the curriculum looked good, and it was only 10 minutes from my house! But boy was I wrong... The instructors are pretty darn brilliant, but the owner isn't. This place was falling apart, the curriculum was slow and out of date, and we had very little freedom for our projects. I left after two weeks, and was able to get a full refund. I will be attending another bootcamp instead.
Be careful, from the time I started this bootcamp, the representative at the time quoted me at almost $13k stating that the next troop would be charged $15k and that it's best to sign up now. I look at the website pricing again today out of curiosity, and it seems that nothing has changed about the curriculum, but now they've lowered their price to $12k.
Other than the pricing, don't expect this bootcamp to care about your career. Simply put, the barrier to entrance is very low so they can get numerous students to sign up for a loan and reel in the bucks. All that I have to show for my $13k is a cookie cutter app that I barely made, and a puzzling mind because the TA nor the instructor didn't think teaching the fundamentals was important to learning the frameworks. The problem with ...Read more
The teacher was very knowledgeable, cared about student learning and progress and definitely took time to answer questions. I was online, but our class was delivered with in person students. The teaching method made sure everyone was included, during class time... Unfortunately, there was no offline office hours given. I know that the in person people were able to ask questions of the teacher and other staff members, but, knowing the value of expert advice and feedback, I'd think the program would find a way to create a similar experience for offline students.
I graduated from the program, I learned much and am very confident in my skills. I think I can do most things I need to and am equipped to quickly learn other skills and languages in the future. However, for me, I'm not sure the...
Pros: My instructor was amazing. Stephen Walther is a professional developer who worked at Microsoft on the ASP .NET team, has written books, and knows his stuff. I learned a lot. I had almost no experience with code development. It was intense, and frustrating but very rewarding. The other students were great. It was a very supportive class and a positive atmosphere.
Cons: My first complaint was having a class with both in person students and remote students. The flow of the class was....strange....and often very distracting with students who were joining the class via the internet. We wasted a lot of time fixing technical difficulties and dealing with communication challenges.
Secondly, after the first few weeks when the class works on the team project, there was little to n...Read more
Before attending Coder Camps, I was an Executive Chef, but underemployed and working long hours. I never saw my family. I decided that a career change was in order, so I quit my job, moved back in with my grandparents and began to teach myself to code. Several months later I went to Coder Camps.
I’m so, so happy that I did – I accepted a job offer that was almost double my previous salary four days before hiring day. I am currently employed as a Software Engineer, with a great salary.
Here are things that I loved about Coder Camps:
The location is great. Yes it is in an outdoor mall, but the walkability was fantastic, and the student housing is about 1000 feet away from camp. We were just down the street from Microsoft, which means I got to go to an Azure workshop there...Read more
This man works for Coder Camps Read more
***Switchup Full Disclosure: This reviewer works or has worked for this School.*** Before coming to the Coder Camps Greater Seattle (Redmond, WA) location, I also had a chance to go through the curriculum down at Houston.
Starting day 1, right away, our main instructor, Nick, a senior developer who specialized in the .NET framework for 13 years, guided us and taught us the prac...Read more
Dan Do, even though he's a stand up kind of guy, is not a software engineer. I know him personally because I went to this camp. He's the director of this camp and did not attend it - he attended the one in Houston, and eventually was hired to start this location. Shady.
I have been at Coder Camps for a month now and it is an amazing experience. It is easy to immerse yourself in the home-like atmosphere and get lost in code without outside distractions. The staff and fellow campers make for a truly once in a lifetime experience.
I graduated from the third Troop to come out of Coder Camps back in November of 2013. Less than a month later I had an amazing job working as a web developer for an awesome security company in my hometown, Nashville, TN. Enough said. End of review.
Just kidding... here's some details and a tip or two for those that are considering attending a bootcamp like Coder Camps.
First off, this is not a college! And that's a good thing. Been there, done that. This is an intense computer programming camp that gets you ready for a job in web development in 9-12 weeks. Did I mention it's intense? It is, and if you don't really like to learn, or work your ass off, and aren't able to ditch the 9-5 mentality... don't bother going. Let someone else have the spot and change their life forever.
Coder Camps is hands down the best programming bootcamp out there to learn .NET and web development. Can I honestly say this? Not really, I only attended this particular camp and I can't really fairly compare it to any others.
What I can say is this: Attending this camp was truly a wonderful experience.and was one of the best decisions I every made. The camp counselors are extremely knowledgeable and more than willing to assist and answer any questions you may have. These guys truly put in an amazing amount of effort in ensuring each and every camper is successful. Preparing for a career as a junior level developer in such a short amount of time is no easy task and everyone knows it. They are constantly evaluating and refining this camp. I'm sure anyone going through now will be even...Read more
I learned soo much with my time here and (even though it was A LOT of work), I think I really got a lot out of camp. One thing I recommend is that you
plan to devote ALL your free time at the camp (while your here) and do your best to free yourself of any distractions. The counselors here are eager to help and for the most part are available to help the stragglers.
Coder Camps has been an awesome experience. I have been able to learn more here in two weeks than I have programming for the 8 months before I arrived. The new facility is great, the counselors are all very knowledgeable, and extremely helpful. The best thing about camp is the peer resource. If you can't hack it, someone around you probably can! And are more than willing to help. I understand when you pay a lot of money for something people can get funky about things, and feel like something is not fair about what they get for the money.
But the fact is, if you do what they ask, and give a 110% effort, you will become an amazing developer, and make great money. The benefit of camp far outweighs the cost. I have friends that are Comp. Sci. majors and cannot program as well as I can a...Read more
Gave opportunity to work on real-life applications that you can show to future employers.
Structured learning approach.
Access to experience developers.
An environment that sets the tone to focus and learn.
Chance to build networks, contacts, friendships, etc.
I wished for more senior developers.
Overall, it was life changing. You get what you put it in because all the resources are pretty much there. First, I went from a minimum wage job to making more than $50k/yr. Lastly, I acquired a skill that has an unlimited potential to not only better my life but also the lives of others.
If you are considering a programming boot camp, use some beginner tools online to see if you actu...Read more
Hello everyone! I've been holding off on this review until I finished camp. I still have two days to go but due to a transportation situation, I may not be able to make those days to say goodbye to everyone :(. Now to the review.
First I want to be clear, this is my experience at camp. I can not and will not speak for any other persons experience whether positive or negative.
Like many others, I attempted to learn programming on my own and was able to get the concepts down without too much trouble, but when it came to completing a simple project, this is where things started to fall apart. While going through a tutorial on YouTube, I saw an ad for Coder Camps and decided to get started as soon as possible.
When camp started, we hit the ground running from the first day. It was difficult, fast and very intense. A few weeks in, I realized I was in over my head. When I talked to the owner about it, he asked what could he do to help. I asked him if I could take some time off, regroup, and come back. He said absolutely because he wanted to see me succeed, so he rescheduled me into a later camp.
Before I was to return to camp, I received an email from him...Read more
Coming to Coder Camps has been a really good experience for me personally. I have no prior coding experience except for what we had as pre-reqs. The days are long and there is a lot of hard work involved, but as the saying goes, "You get what you put into it." This camp has a great instructor to student ratio, and everyone is approachable. You just have to speak up and ask questions. Not every facility is for every student, but this is a really good place to be if you want to learn to code.
I'm in week 8 at Coder Camps. Coming here is one of the best decisions I've made.
Like anything in life, what you get out of the experience depends in large part on what you put it. If you are doing all the reading, all the homework, participating in class, and learning a little on the side independently, you are going to be spending 10-12 hours a day coding and learning to code, 6 days a week. If you do that, you will learn a tremendous amount in a very short time. You won't sleep much, but you will learn.
Coder Camps teaches skills and technologies that are current and directly applicable to the jobs for which I'm currently applying. The instructors are knowledgeable and always willing to help. The coursework focuses on learning by doing but does not just teach "how", we also l...Read more
I decided to come to Coder Camps after I spent about 5 months looking for a job and got sick of being told I did not have enough experience. I was right out of college with a BS in Computer Science,I had worked at a couple of places before graduating doing various development/IT jobs. The one big factor in my book was that there was not a single class, not even so much as a single lecture in regards to C#, .NET or any of the related topics that they cover at Coder Camps. Object Oriented Programming and Principles were taught, sure, but actually applying them in a real world situation and in a useful language were not even touched upon in school. Coder Camps looked like the solution to my "not enough experience" problems since at the time I was attending, there was a dedicated day fo...Read more
I tried learning on my own for months but was lost without a mentor and a clear path. As soon as I found out that the best .Net boot camp in the country is 30 mins from me, I ran to the camp, handed them my deposit, and got on board as soon as I could. My only regret i...Read more
My experience with CoderCamps has been truly life-changing.
To give you a little perspective, prior to my decision to attend, I felt like my life had peaked at the age of 27. I worked as a Staff Accountant at a for-profit university, and was told that I should just be grateful I had a job to pay the bills as well as providing health insurance. It was a very fear-driven environment, since everyday we came face to face with "professional students" who were on their 2nd and 3rd Bachelors or Masters, while stockpiling tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans. Even worse, most of these students were either under-employed or completely unemployed. Needless to say I held on pretty tight to my job, this lasted about 5 years.
The reason I describe my situation is...Read more
This is the best camp that I could imagine going to. Every day was well planned and the facility is amazing. When day one start, you had better be ready to learn, because every day you get new information that you didn't even know existed before.
It has changed my life!
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|Locations (4)||Houston, Seattle, Phoenix, San Diego|