The devCodeCamp philosophy is to learn through doing. Students can expect lectures that range from the fundamentals of development to advanced, industry-driven concepts. We start out highly structured, with frequent lectures. The first weeks increase... Read More your understanding of core concepts. As the bootcamp progresses, there’s deliberately less lecture and structure and more hands-on project work. We go from giving you answers to teaching you how to solve problems yourself, working in pairs or in small groups.
If you’re ready to add an in-demand skill to your creative side and up the trajectory of your career then it’s time to start thinking about Web Development. Our part-time evening bootcamp will allow you to go well beyond your ideas and enter the realm of implementation as a professional web developer.
You don’t just write code, you make the digital magic happen.
What does it mean to be a software developer? At devCodeCamp, we believe it means you dream big, want to solve problems, and like to think creatively. Our immersive bootcamp style of learning walks you though the entire process of making real life applications. This not only includes the functionality of the software, but you write it in a flexible, robust way so that your code may even outlive you.
From the start, you will dive into programming languages and tools used by major corporations and tech companies
During your time at devCodeCamp, what seemed complex in the beginning of the bootcamp will start to become clear. Your relationships with smart, like-minded people at devCodeCamp begin to form and mature. Most importantly, you will create the habit of thinking like a software developer. This is your opportunity to gain one of the most in demand skills in the country. Build something amazing during this program, and our hiring partners will be ready to talk to you.
"A great bootcamp to help build your web development foundation!"
The part time web development course at devCodeCamp was one of the best education experiences I have ever had. The next 16 weeks was mentally draining but it was definitely worth it. You're always supported by a great cast of instructors that are able... Read More to pick you up when you're feeling discouraged. The curriculum is designed to build your software development foundation through exercises, repetition, and practical hands-on experiences from a variety of projects. Another awesome thing about devCodeCamp is that it not only helps you learn the specific tech stack that's being taught, but it also trains you on how to approach, think, and solve any problem efficiently. This will give you the ability to be able to quickly learn any coding language in the future. The career support at the end of the program will keep you on track on what you need to focus on for your job search. They are also there to do mock technical or behavioral interviews with you. Overall, I loved my experience with this bootcamp and I would recommend it to any of my friends. Just remember that it takes a lot of hard work to complete this course and you get out the effort that you put in.
devCodeCamp exceeded my expectations by far. The curriculum is incredibly relevant to the needs of the job market. The instructors are knowledgeable, friendly, and always challenge you. Lastly, the job support has been very thorough. They have helped... Read More me prepare for interviews (both technical and non), find job openings that relate to both my interests and skills, and hosted virtual networking events. If you're on the fence about doing devCodeCamp and come across this review, do it! You won't regret it!
Awesome Course and instructors that take you from a basic level to able to make a full stack web applications in multiple languages. If you are willing to put in the work you will get a ton of skills and information. Then at the end you get a vary helpful... Read More Career services that will help you land that job.
Software Development Engineer in Test |Graduated: 2021
Course Web Development
I had a great experience during my time at devCodeCamp, and the people there really stimulate an awesome environment for learning. Before attending devCodeCamp, I had almost zero coding experience. The instructors are very knowledgeable, friendly, and... Read More accessible. The fellows are always there to help someone through a bug or a difficult concept. The students are committed to learning and helping each other out. The career service lead Megan and Paul - (Da Man! ), did a tremendous job helping me transition to my first software developer role, several months after I graduated. DevCodeCampreally built an incredible community with good people, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone trying to break into the software development field.
devCodeCamp has been a great experience from instruction to career services. The pace is face and the information is plentiful, but that's to be expected. The instructors do a great job of pushing you to problem-solve instead of giving you the easy way... Read More out. You will be challenged and get frustrated, but I believe the teaching style is very effective. The curriculum focuses on today's most relevant technologies to get you job-ready upon completion of the course. At times I wish there were more code demos to confirm you were going about the problem in an effective way, but instructors are always available to answer your individual questions. I am sure the instructors would have been happy to do a demo on any particular project/assignment if the class asked. As with most learning opportunities in life, how much you get out of it is up to you. The structure, tools, and support are provided for you to take advantage of and get the results you hoped for. If you come in like many of us with no coding experience, you will look back at how much you learned in three months and soon realize how impressive it is. Trust their process and enjoy learning. Career services thus far have provided more resources and support than I expected coming in, so that's also a plus. Overall, I am happy with my decision to join devCodeCamp and change my career.
For 12 weeks you will be thrown into technologies that you may have never used before. You will be using programming languages in new and creative ways that won't be found online. Your will, commitment, goals, standards, and courage will all be tested... Read More along with your mind. I highly recommend it to everyone and anyone. What you will learn can take you to more places than just the coding arena.
Attending devCodeCamp was one of the best decisions I had ever made! I am transitioning out of the military and attended the 16 week Web development course while I was still active and they were very cooperative with my crazy schedule and made it work.... Read More I say what you put into this is what you get out of it but still need to put in the work to get through this accelerated learning style. They prepare you not just knowledge wise but also professionally and what to expect in the real workplace. Lastly the career services was super understanding of my situation of having more than year left on my military contract but were still willing to work with me and provide me with assistance.
This course was exactly what I was looking for to get started with a career in software development. The balance of lecture and hands on work time was great. The entire staff was awesome to work with, from the Onboarding team, to the instructors, to the... Read More career services team. I wish I could take the course again!
This was a grueling three months but worth every second! The instructors are great and definitely know how to help without spoon feeding you answers, I was very impressed. If you are thinking about getting into the software development fields do yourself... Read More a favor and take this course!
"14 Weeks later: Confident in my ability to land a job as a Junior Software Developer"
Background: I got out of the Army back in 2013 and have hopped around quite a bit due to life circumstances: I've owned a franchise, worked in the trades, and now have completed a a software development bootcamp. Having experienced similar coursework,... Read More I think I can provide a pretty decent assessment of the program and my experience. I will discuss devCodeCamp with the assumption my reader is wondering whether they should give a boot-camp a try. Before discussing devCodeCamp, I'd like to offer a random insight: know that devCodeCamp (or any other boot-camp) isn't a magic pill. If you are not 100% committed to the program of instruction and diving into a boot-camp, do not sign up for one, because you will not succeed. It's simply not worth anything less than your undivided attention for a period of 14 weeks. That said, I very much enjoyed my time at devCodeCamp. They take the GI Bill, so that was sweet, too. The curriculum is scaffolded: at the beginning, you tend to meet with your instructor / mentor daily. As the course goes on, your interactions with instructors are typically focused on lectures and demonstrations, though, if you have a question, someone is readily available. Toward the end of the course, the emphasis shifts to group work. I didn't particularly care as much for this phase, but I also realize this is how real-work software development will be taking place. So, good practice! Lastly, any new material was introduced in a live lecture. This helped with immediate questions and was distinct from some self-paced programs where content is delivered primarily through recorded lectures. I also particularly liked the deep dive into the C# language during the first six or so weeks of the program. Some of the more straightforward / easy aspects of learning development, like CSS and HTML, was focused on less so that more attention could be paid on the "meat" of diving into object oriented programming. This was 100% the right move, curriculum-wise, IMHO. The instructors: I enjoyed all of the instructors. They were able to "walk the dog" on material, and were very quick to respond to difficulties and help you through questions when you'd get stuck on an aspect of coding. They also displayed positive, encouraging attitudes: they were all a combination of mentor, coach, and teacher. It's obvious instructors are hired for both subject-competence and attitude. Great job gents! Career services: This aspect was a big selling factor for me, personally. Having just graduated, I can't comment on career services from start to finish, but I can say I've been impressed thus far by the structure provided as we transition into our job search. Graduation has not been a send-off so much as a transition into the "next phase" of the program. Finally, the ultimate question: Would I do it again? YES. I feel prepared to tackle my first job as a software developer. I say this as one who tends to focus on his weaknesses and under-appreciate his strengthes. But, yes, even for someone like myself, I feel 100% confident in the program and in myself as a result of the program. If you are ready to commit to learning programming, and especially if you are a Veteran with the GI Bill, devCodeCamp is a no-brainer.