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Location: Online, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence

Nucamp Coding Bootcamp offers part-time, mentored, online programs that prepare adults for entry-level, Junior positions in software engineering and cybersecurity. Vocational programs range from 15 weeks for Cybersecurity Fundamentals, 16 weeks for Back... Read More

Nucamp bookends its vocational offerings with two 4-week bootcamps: Web Fundamentals for those needing an introduction to HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap; and Job Hunting Bootcamp with more in-depth preparation for interviewing and portfolio prep above the career services we offer to graduates of our vocational bootcamps.

Nucamp is on a mission to make quality education accessible and affordable to everyone. Nucamp’s online curriculum offers the structure of daily, self-scheduled lessons, quizzes, and challenges, with mentoring and peer support available in our Discord channels, plus 1 day/week a real-time, collaborative workshop of an average of 15 students per class, led by their instructor.

Student Support: Office hours with your instructor are available at least weekly or by appointment. Students are encouraged to attend and ask questions related to lessons, exercises, and projects. Students also have access to a class forum, a dedicated class chat channel and cohort chat channel, and are encouraged to use these channels to help others and seek help from classmates and mentors. Additionally, students can access online resources at any time for additional support.

Students are held accountable to the bootcamp’s timeline with a summary assignment due weekly. Students also have the opportunity to build a portfolio project which will be a key asset to their future job search.

Nucamp offers career services and 1:1 career coaching to graduates of our vocational bootcamps. These graduates have lifetime access to their online lessons, including updates, and exclusive access to a nationwide job board tailored to Nucamp graduates in the US.

Eligible students 18-years and older can join Nucamp’s learning community by enrolling in a bootcamp using Nucamp's online registration form.

Courses

Back End, SQL, DevOps w/Python Bootcamp

Cost: $2,204 - $2,438
Duration: 16 weeks
Locations: Online, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

Prepare for entry-level, junior positions in Back End software engineering in 3 courses that cover: (1) the fundamentals of programming in Python, the most popular programming languages in the world for back-end development as well as data science applications (2) SQL, the most popular database query language in the world; and (3) an introduction to modern software engineering with DevOps.

You'll learn about object-oriented programming, data structures, and algorithms. Using the popular PostgreSQL database management system, you'll learn how to create powerful database queries and develop Python applications that connect to a database. You'll get to know the Agile software development lifecycle; many DevOps tools and practices including CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery), containerization with Docker, and deployment to cloud platforms such as Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS (Amazon Web Service).

- All locations are 100% online
- Rolling start dates every 5 weeks
- In this multi-course bootcamp, each course is followed by a Project Week when students work on their portfolio projects to augment their resume.
- Lifetime Access to our Learning Community and any curriculum updates to the course attended is provided for completed courses.
- Access to Nucamp's Career Services is provided to every graduate of our multi-course bootcamps.

Tuition: Early Bird price $2,204 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $2,438; registration fee $100.

Cybersecurity Fundamentals

Cost: $2,204 - $2,438
Duration: 15 weeks
Locations: Online, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Fresno
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

Prepare for an entry-level, junior position in cybersecurity (IT security, forensics, etc.) with Nucamp’s Cybersecurity Fundamentals Bootcamp. 3 courses take you through a transformative journey with Nucamp's Cybersecurity Bootcamp. Over three intensive 4-week courses, you'll gain in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in core cybersecurity concepts and techniques, including hands-on labs. Concluding each course, you'll undertake a comprehensive exam, leading to a certificate. Earn the Nucamp CySecurity, CyDefSec, and CyHacker Certificates, symbolizing your expertise in these critical cybersecurity fields and preparing you to take industry certification exams on your own after graduation.

CS100: Cybersecurity Foundations
Dive into the world of cybersecurity, learning about threats and protection strategies. Equip yourself with essential security knowledge. Gain insight into vital cybersecurity tools and risk management. Understand how technologies safeguard data and manage digital threats. Master cryptography and PKI, essential for data security. Prepare for the Nucamp CySecurity exam, opening doors to a cybersecurity career.

CS 101: Network Defense and Security
In this course, you'll immerse yourself in the world of network defense and security, understanding the comprehensive strategies required to protect modern networks. We begin with the principles of network security, focusing on defense-in-depth strategies that layer multiple security measures for robust protection. This foundational knowledge is crucial in today's increasingly complex cybersecurity landscape. Next, we explore the practical aspects of controlling and monitoring access to networks. You'll learn about the development and implementation of effective security policies, understanding their critical role in network defense. This includes hands-on experience with tools and techniques for safeguarding network access points. The course culminates with a focus on endpoint protection and the importance of physical security measures. You'll delve into the role of cryptography in securing network communications and the key practices of security administration. The course also covers disaster recovery planning, ensuring you're prepared to respond effectively to security breaches and maintain operational continuity.

CS 102: Ethical Hacking
In this course, you will delve into the intriguing world of ethical hacking, a key component of cybersecurity. Starting with a solid foundation, you'll learn about the principles and scope of ethical hacking, understanding how to legally and effectively assess systems for vulnerabilities. This course offers a comprehensive look at the tools and techniques used by ethical hackers, ensuring you understand both the theory and practice of this critical cybersecurity skill. As you progress, you'll explore advanced topics such as network scanning, system hacking, and the use of various types of malware. Practical sessions on sniffing and social engineering methods will enhance your understanding of how hackers exploit human and system weaknesses. This hands-on approach ensures you not only grasp the concepts but also know how to apply them in real-world scenarios. The final part of the course focuses on advanced attack strategies and defense evasion. You'll learn about tactics like Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, session hijacking, and methods to evade intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and honeypots. This knowledge is vital for those seeking to understand and protect against sophisticated cybersecurity threats.

- All locations are 100% online
- Rolling start dates every 5 weeks
- Each course is followed by an Exam Week when students will take a Nucamp Cybersecurity Certification Exam which prepares them for industry-certification exams they can pursue on their own after graduation.
- Lifetime Access to our Learning Community and any curriculum updates to the course attended is provided for completed courses.
- Access to Nucamp's Career Services is provided to every graduate of our multi-course bootcamps.

Tuition: Early Bird price $2,204 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $2,438; registration fee $100

Front End Web and Mobile Development

Cost: $2,204 - $2,438
Duration: 17 weeks
Locations: Online, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

Students enrolling in this Bootcamp must have working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap, which can be had by taking Nucamp’s Web Development Fundamentals bootcamp or self-study elsewhere. Pretests are required before enrollment.

In Nucamp’s Front End bootcamp, you will prepare for entry-level, junior positions in Front End software engineering. Learn front-end and hybrid mobile development for implementing a multi-platform solution, and build a stellar portfolio project. The 3 courses cover: JavaScript Fundamentals, (2) JavaScript Framework and React, and (3) Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native.

FE100: JavaScript Fundamentals
This course will give you an overview of the JavaScript programming language, and help you build a solid foundation of core JavaScript, which will continue in subsequent courses. You will learn about the fundamental concepts of programming, which are similar in every programming language and apply them to the JavaScript ES6 syntax. You will learn the basics of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and how to make a call to a third-party API to get external data. During this course, you will work on a group project with your classmates that uses an API to create a fully functioning web application.

FE 101: Front-End JavaScript Frameworks: React
This course explores JavaScript based front-end application development, and in particular the React library. This course will use JavaScript ES6 for developing React application. You will also get an introduction to the use of Reactstrap for Bootstrap 4-based responsive UI design. You will be introduced to various aspects of React components. You will learn about React router and its use in developing single-page applications. You will also learn about designing controlled forms. You will be introduced to the Flux architecture and Redux. You will explore various aspects of Redux and use it to develop React-Redux powered applications. You will then learn to use Fetch for client-server communication and the use of REST API on the server side. A quick tour through React animation support and testing will round off the course.

FE 102: Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native
This course focuses on developing truly cross-platform, native iOS and Android apps using React Native and the Expo SDK. React Native uses modern JavaScript to get truly native UI and performance while sharing skills and code with the web. You will learn about UI development with React Native UI and layout support and access the native mobile platform's capabilities from Javascript using the Expo SDK.

Project Portfolio
This Bootcamp offers a structured path for you to develop a fully functional and feature rich project portfolio. You will be asked to start with identifying the project you would like to build in each course, and will quickly move to a prototyping phase. With every new course, you will create a new project, and finally deploy it to a cloud platform. You will be invited to work in groups and offered a weekly rhythm to progress.

Tuition: Early Bird price $2,204 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $2,438; registration fee $100

Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development

Cost: $2,504 - $2,805
Duration: 22 weeks
Locations: Online, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

Students enrolling in this Bootcamp must have working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap, which can be had by taking Nucamp’s Web Development Fundamentals bootcamp, or by self-study elsewhere. Pretests are required before enrollment.

In Nucamp’s Full Stack bootcamp, you will prepare for entry-level, junior positions in Full Stack software engineering. Learn front-end and hybrid mobile development for implementing a multi-platform solution, and build a stellar portfolio project. The 4 courses cover: JavaScript Fundamentals, (2) JavaScript Framework and React, (3) Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native, and (4) Server-side Development with NodeJS, Express and MongoDB.

FS100: JavaScript Fundamentals
This course will give you an overview of the JavaScript programming language and help you build a solid foundation of core JavaScript, which will continue in subsequent courses. You will learn about the fundamental concepts of programming, which are similar in every programming language and apply them to the JavaScript ES6 syntax. You will learn the basics of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and how to make a call to a third-party API to get external data. During this course, you will work on a group project with your classmates that uses an API to create a fully functioning web application.

FS 101: Front-End JavaScript Frameworks: React
This course explores JavaScript based front-end application development, and in particular the React library. This course will use JavaScript ES6 for developing React application. You will also get an introduction to the use of Reactstrap for Bootstrap 4-based responsive UI design. You will be introduced to various aspects of React components. You will learn about React router and its use in developing single-page applications. You will also learn about designing controlled forms. You will be introduced to the Flux architecture and Redux. You will explore various aspects of Redux and use it to develop React-Redux powered applications. You will then learn to use Fetch for client-server communication and the use of REST API on the server side. A quick tour through React animation support and testing will round off the course.

FS 102: Multiplatform Mobile App Development with React Native
This course focuses on developing truly cross-platform, native iOS and Android apps using React Native and the Expo SDK. React Native uses modern JavaScript to get truly native UI and performance while sharing skills and code with the web. You will learn about UI development with React Native UI and layout support and access the native mobile platform's capabilities from JavaScript using the Expo SDK.

FS 103: Server-side Development with NodeJS, Express and MongoDB
This course deals with all things server-side. We base the entire course around the NodeJS platform. We start with a brief overview of the Web protocols: HTTP and HTTPS. We examine NodeJS and NodeJS modules: Express for building web servers. On the database side, we review basic CRUD operations, NoSQL databases, in particular MongoDB and Mongoose for accessing MongoDB from NodeJS. We examine the REST concepts and building a RESTful API. We touch upon authentication and security. Finally, we review backend as a service (BaaS) approaches, including mobile BaaS, both open-source and commercial BaaS services.

Project Portfolio
This Bootcamp offers a structured path for you to develop a fully functional and feature rich project portfolio. You will be asked to start with identifying the project you would like to build in each course, and will quickly move to a prototyping phase. With every new course and technology, you will improve your project to make it more responsive, data-driven, mobile-friendly and finally connect it with a back-end and host it on a cloud platform. You will be invited to work in groups and offered a weekly rhythm to progress.

Tuition: Early Bird price $2,504 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $2,805; registration fee $100

Job Hunting Bootcamp

Cost: $428 - $468
Duration: 4 weeks
Locations: Online, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

This is not vocational training or job placement, but is open to anyone trained and ready for extra help and an edge in securing their first job, whether Nucamp or other coding bootcamp grads, CS grads, self-taught developers -- are all welcome.

This 4-week course is crammed with the essential prep work required for a successful job search. At a structured pace, with the support of a dedicated Instructor and classroom environment, candidates will learn and practice the necessary skills to stand out to employers and land their dream job. Cover the 4 pillars of job hunting:

Week 1: First Impressions
In this module, we explore who you are, what you are looking for and how to use some of the tools and resources that hiring managers use to find and evaluate you as a potential new-hire. You will start with assessing yourself and identifying which types of positions most interest you. Next you will lay out a plan to create a professional online presence that will showcase your skills, knowledge, and participation in projects. You will spend time reviewing examples of resumes, portfolios, and projects from others to gain ideas, offer feedback and receive feedback of your own presentation. Lastly, you will develop your elevator pitch – a short, 30-second monologue to introduce yourself, your experience and background, and what you are interested in pursuing.

Week 2: The Interview Process
In this module, we cover several resources for creating maximum exposure to you as a potential candidate. Learn approaches to networking both online and within your local community. We will discuss how to effectively look for positions, how to apply, and how to prepare for submitting you application and resume. Freelancing may be an option or desire for some, and you will be introduced to several concepts needed to be successful working within this type of arrangement. Most of the project management concepts covered in freelancing apply directly to internal positions at a company as well.

Week 3: The Interview Process
How can you be best prepared for an interview? What questions will you be asked? What if you don’t know an answer? We discover the answers to these questions and many more. We offer recommendations on how to manage the application process, how to follow up after you have applied, and some perspectives on how to handle rejection. This week also covers some insights on accepting an offer and how and when to negotiate.

Week 4: Technical Know-How
In this final module, we spend time exploring how to gain more experience in the software development industry, learning some of the unique aspects of interviewing for software development and other technical positions. We will consider the nature of internships, apprenticeships, and potential volunteer positions, and how they might fit into your plan. We discuss how to contribute to open-source projects, how to review and update your portfolio website. We examine how to be prepared for the tough technical interview questions by demonstrating how to explain algorithms and data structures and how to present a whiteboard explanation. You will also see demonstrations of presenting these concepts and practice presenting them to peers.

- All locations are 100% online
- Rolling start dates every 5 weeks
- Lifetime Access to our Learning Community and any curriculum updates to the course attended is provided for completed courses.

Tuition: Early Bird price $428 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $468; registration fee $30.

Web Development Fundamentals

Cost: $468
Duration: 4 weeks
Locations: Online, Seattle, Tacoma, Marysville, Spokane, Bellingham, Albuquerque, Athens, Atlanta, Aurora, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bellevue, Berkeley, Billings, Boulder, Buffalo, Cambridge, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfield, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fort Collins, Fort Lauderdale, Providence, Raleigh-Durham, Richmond, Riverside, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tampa, Toledo, Tulsa, Tuscaloosa, Washington D.C., Wilmington, Wales, Fresno, Gainesville, Greensboro, Greenville, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Irvine, Jersey City, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lexington, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Macon, Madison, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, New Orleans, NYC, Newark, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Beach, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland
In-person Available Online
Course Description:

Build your web development foundation and gain marketable skills with: HTML, CSS and Bootstrap. No previous experience of these technologies is necessary, although it is helpful if you have some prior programming experience. This bootcamp will satisfy the prerequisites for our Front End and Full Stack Web Development bootcamps.

In 4 weeks, develop a mobile responsive personal profile page and a fictional campground website, and deploy them to the cloud:

Week 1: Introduction to HTML
Right off the bat, you will connect with your classmates and instructor in Nucamp’s online learning environment and our Discord server, and be introduced to the fundamental concepts of HTML, the building blocks of web pages. You will start writing code on your first day and create several web pages during the week, culminating in a personal profile page that will become the foundation for your course project.

Week 2: Adding Style with CSS
Moving right along, you will be introduced to CSS, the language that defines how websites look. You’ll also learn about responsive design as well as SCSS, a common CSS framework, and you’ll practice these skills through practice exercises and code challenges, as well as your course project.

Week 3: Introduction to Bootstrap
Here, you’ll be introduced to Bootstrap, a powerful front-end development framework for creating beautiful websites and web applications. You’ll learn how to position elements on your pages with the Bootstrap Grid and learn utility classes and static components while building a responsive website for a fictional campground.

Week 4: Advanced Bootstrap
In the final week of the course, you’ll be introduced to JavaScript and Bootstrap dynamic components, which use a little JavaScript for animations and interactive effects. You’ll also learn how to compile and deploy your website projects using Firebase, a Google Cloud platform.

- All locations are 100% online
- Rolling start dates every 5 weeks
- Lifetime Access to our Learning Community and any curriculum updates to the course attended is provided for completed courses.

Tuition: Early Bird price $428 (2 weeks prior to bootcamp start date); Regular price $468; registration fee $30

Nucamp Reviews

Average Ratings (All Programs)

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4.74/5 (735 reviews)

Jose F. Cerda
Broker | Graduated: 2024

5/10/2024

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"A Comprehensive and Affordable Investment"

The foundations of most web development are "coding languages," HTML, CSS, and Java Script. This 4-week couse teaches the former two, some Java, and it offers more: Bootstrap and some NodeJS. In 4-weeks you will deploy a website, coded by you and have... Read More

Even if you're not seeking to get hired by a major tech company, you can certainly be more confident in tackling computer issues on other sites and in your personal life. These skills can lead you to be an entrepreneur on sales sites, like Amazon, Shopify, and the like because you get the foundational aspects of what it takes to code and how to maneuver in and out of a web platform. Knowedge, is certainly power.

However, if you choose to be a solopreneur or an employee, you will get the fundamentals that can take you to additional more intermediate and advanced courses.

I chose Nucamp because of the introductory Web Fundamentals that most adults should know how to do. From here one can choose additional coding and specialties: Front stack with mobile, Full stack with mobile, Cybersecurity, and Backend applications.

But, if you decide it's not for you, then it was only a one-month investment that's worth your time and money.

In the long run you will need a modern and comprehensive set of tutorials with the latest software, a dedicated set of instructors that will help you, a large community of developers, career services, and students that also guide and help your progress, including other members of your cohort. All this for an affordable price.

Equivalent courses cost upwards of $18,000, but why pay more when you can have the same instruction but for a fraction of the cost?

Anonymous
Graduated: 2024

4/9/2024

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"Very happy I went with Nucamp."

Nucamp has been instrumental to the introduction of coding for me. I have learned so much in such little time. These last 4 weeks gave me the foundation and confidence I need to take the next course in Front End Development. The instructor was wonderful... Read More

Raven Fantauzzo-Mims
Software Engineer | Graduated: 2024

4/8/2024

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"Nucamp is pretty neat"

I chose to join Nucamp because I felt I wasn't quite ready to find the right job. Becoming a software engineer has always been my dream. I believe Nucamp is the right choice because it's more affordable and practical compared to traditional colleges.... Read More

Anonymous
Graduated: 2024

4/8/2024

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Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development

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"Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development"

overall curriculum is good and It’s an affordable. But I had very unpleasant experience, my account got suspended in the final week of the bootcamp, I can’t access any lectures I had. I was told it can only recover back 3 months later. To start the bootcamp... Read More

Anonymous
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4/5/2024

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"Nucamp review"

Overall the Curriculum and Instructors are good. But there's problem with my account and it was suspended within a day in the last week of the bootcamp when I was about to finish all the assignments, I couldn't access any of the lectures I had before... Read More

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Michael Roberts
Graduated: 2024

3/31/2024

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"It offered some useful skills beyond just the lessons"

I decided to enroll in the Nucamp Full Stack program after struggling with the very difficult job market in my field of physics. Nucamp was a great experience and I learned a lot. I also benefited from meeting fellow students and made some good connections... Read More

Anonymous
Graduated: 2024

3/5/2024

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Front End Web and Mobile Development

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"Nucamp Bootcamp school"

Nucamp Bootcamp school is really impressive, I like the fact that it is so affordable and students freandly way of lecturing and that it's 100% online , The course content is exceptional, delivered with utmost professionalism. I am glad that i'm gratuating... Read More

Karls M
Graduated: 2024

3/4/2024

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Back End, SQL, DevOps w/Python Bootcamp

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"Web Development Fundamentals, Python, SQL, and DevOps"

Great courses at Nucamp! I've already completed two of them and what's awesome is that you get to study at your own pace and have a weekly lesson to reinforce what you learned. The projects are complex and make use of a lot of the material covered. There's... Read More

Anonymous
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3/4/2024

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"Positive Experience"

I chose Nucamp for several reasons including affordability, numerous resources, and support provided. I really enjoyed my fundamentals course and plan on moving forward with either the front end or full stack programs. The pace is pretty fast and there... Read More

Matthew Ewing
Graduated: 2024

3/4/2024

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"Web Dev Fundamentals was Essential"

I always wanted to learn code since I was getting into college and after. Just different career opportunities came along the way and I never got to it. I saw Nucamp when researching Bootcamp's. Nucamp had really good reviews and also worked really well... Read More

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Nucamp offers many financing options, such as Upfront Payments, and Monthly Payments.

What courses are offered at Nucamp?

There are many courses you can take at Nucamp. These include Back End, SQL, DevOps w/Python Bootcamp, Cybersecurity Fundamentals, Front End Web and Mobile Development, Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development, Job Hunting Bootcamp, Web Development Fundamentals

What types of programs are offered at Nucamp?

Nucamp has Part-Time programs for students that can be taken online or in-person.

In these programs, students can learn from and take advantage of coding exercises, quizes, dedicated instructor support, weekly in-person/live online workshops, and more.

What are the job outcomes for Nucamp?

There is currently no information about Nucamp's job outcomes.

What is the application process at Nucamp like?

There is currently no information about Nucamp's application process.

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