Although Montana Code School’s quality instructors, robust community and lean philosophy make its curriculum world-class, our Missoula campus is really what makes us shine.
While you’re here you’ll live and breathe code; and fill in the gaps with adventure.
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I was a part of the very first code school cohort. The beginning was disorganized and the I had trouble following the instructors who were also new to teaching. But as the course carried on I became exposed to the tech industry, I learned the latest language, React and also was learned about the latest workplace methodologies, Agile and Lean. Once finishing the course, I had established a support network of fellow coders, employers, and entrepreneurs. I got interviews and completed internships, found my strengths and have excelled. I am very grateful for the experience I had at the Montana Code School. It gave me experience in the startup business and the tools to begin a career.
At the time that I found the Montana Code School, I was looking for a total career change. The code school allowed me to totally submerge myself into web development, without the commitment of returning to a 2 or 4 year program. You are taught the leading industry technologies, along with Agile and Lean programming methodologies.
I successfully learned the essential fundamentals of program development to propel me into the technology sector. This program assists it's students with career placement post graduation via their network of local employers; as well as, providing the proper tools to set yourself up for success with career counseling services.
You also have ample opportunities to attend local networking socials & technology related events in your community. I would hig...Read more
Within 30 days of graduating from Montana Code School, I landed a job working locally in Bozeman on the website of a national retailer.
Montana Code School prepped me for real-life experience in the job market. When I interviewed, the Lead Developer was impressed with my knowledge of the full stack stating, "I surprised you understand what goes into end-to-end of web development. I've known people with 5 years experience that do not have a wholistic understanding of web architecture."
MCS was tough, there is no way around that. There will be days that are frustrating, but once the concept "clicks" and you get to see your work come to fruitition it is extremely rewarding. Working in a project-based, collaborative, fully immersive environment not only accelerated the learning cur...Read more
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