RMOTR school is one of the leading online Python web development and data science bootcamps. RMOTR offers 4-month online programs where students interact with teachers, mentors, and classmates remotely.
Trainings include a clear and curated path with... Read More
Average Ratings (All Programs)
Student Submitted Reviews
"I've significantly improved my skillset and value to potential employers"
The convenience of two classes a week for 2 hours at a time
"Improved over time. Especially with Jupyter notebooks and more 1:1 guidance."
The ability to ask questions one on one and in groups.
"Fast paced, but really great learning environment!"
I love that it is live classes, mixed with plenty of real coding projects. The supplemental videos are also super helpful. By far the most immersive and valuable online course I have ever taken, and I have taken plenty!
The patience with which the mentors teach and answer our questions. Jordan is awesome!
"bloody hard! but really good!"
I am surprised and delighted by how much help is available for us. Better than any course I have done previously without a doubt. And the course is actually affordable. Jordan encouraging us to work in groups was awesome. Jordan asks us a million times... Read More
"the ONLY immersive part-time class with best time option out there!"
it gives me the chance to immerse myself in programming while still having a real people support. The mentor and instructors are really helpful and patiently trying to explain the concept. The structure of the class can be a bit confusing at first but... Read More
"I now understand Django better than I used to."
I already knew django and OOP, but this helped fill in the gaps of knowledge. Being able to ask questions, and pretty much get them answered on the spot without having to search for it for 8+ hours is real nice.
I have tried multiple ways to pick up programming and specifically Python previously. However, the lessons, practice, classes, and mentoring provided here are the first where I feel like I am making real progress.
"I already knew Python and Django before starting, but going through here has filled in gaps in my knowledge."
Being able to ask questions and get them answered right then and there, instead of having to search for it myself for hours for some tiny thing. That's happened to me plenty of times before, especilly when I was learning Django.
"Extremely challenging, but learned a lot"
I liked the assignments that made me push myself. And I liked being able to ask questions in Slack.