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 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.
Today Web Development is software engineering. With our program you will have the skills of a Front-end developer, building the code that runs in a web browser. Starting with HTML mar...Read more
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...Read more
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This bootcamp uses the CIRR methodology. All CIRR members use a standardized, one-page format. To ensure complete accuracy, CIRR reports account for each enrolled student. You can compare outcomes with other CIRR members side-by-side.
I left my job a week before Christmas, began class at DCC in mid January, graduated in April, and had a new career by mid July. I received an interview request via career services post graduation, which was great because I wouldn’t have had the opportunity otherwise. The value of the course is completely dependent on what you put into it. I highly recommend making it your focus if you choose to enroll because learning something new all day can be exhausting, and you’ll be better prepared to learn the next day if you get a good nights sleep. I was fortunate enough to be recommended to my current employer because I was still showing up every day after graduation and working on my skills.
Two primary cons, but both have been fixed after my graduation date:
A previous course instructor...
This is a great program that literally takes you from knowing nothing about coding to being able to hold down a (well-paying) job in a very short amount of time. What more is there to say?? The instructors are nice, the atmosphere is relaxing, and the hours are good.
I went from working on the weekends as a janitor to being employed as a test engineer. I spent 3 months learning coding at devCodeCamp, and about 3 months after graduation I had a job. It's a happenin' field that is only going up, so I'd suggest hopping on the bandwagon!
A word of caution, though--it's not for everyone. Not everyone is willing to give their all, be frustrated continuously (it's part of the learning process), and not quit. Make sure you want to do all of these things, and you will succeed!
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There were many great things about devCodeCamp when I went there. I really liked the environment and the feel of the bootcamp. The instructors did a great job at making sure you had the tools necessary to do well and learn the thing you needed to learn. That being said they did not ever directly give you the answer, but they did show you where you may find the answer. The only time they would directly give you an answer is when they show that you were at your wits end. I thought that the course material was really good for the duration of the course. I know they are always looking at what the local businesses are looking for and they tailor the course material to them to stay relevant and up to date. After completing the course the job search began and I found that they were so helpful ...Read more
My initial reaction was that the tuition was beyond my budget, and if I invested money and time into this, I NEEDED to get something out of it. dCC (devCodeCamp) was honest with me from the beginning, that employment is not guaranteed and the course would entail long hours and dedication for the next 3 months. I was very confident in my ability to succeed in the course, but I was unsure and new to the software development field. I didn’t know whether completion of the course would set me up for a rewarding job. Having only heard of success stories from previous dCC graduate reviews, I made the decision to enroll, unsure of my future.
As with any institution, dCC is not perfect. There are things that need improvement which I won’t go into detail, because what’s important is that dCC...
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