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|Subjects||CSS, HTML, jQuery, Ruby on Rails|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
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@scammed review is exactly what would happen. very unorganized. Adam the teacher would drink at lunch time, always be late, and just waste time or work on his own stuff sometimes. SOD had no preparation at all. THEY ARE A SCAM! They know the scammed people and they still fought the charge back, how disgusting.
Ounie can talk the talk, but in the end he's a joke and a scam.
Just save yourself the trouble, another go to another school.
To say that I was disappointed with this program is an understatement. I tend to look at things from a "whats the worst case scenario? Well, whatever happens has to be better thant THAT" perspective. Unfortunately, this was one of the few times where the reality was actually worse than my worst case scenario.
Initially it was supposed to be at an office space in a business park in Irvine. We were to have 24/7 access to the facility. 5 days before the start of the cohort, and weeks after we all paid for the class, we find out that they're chaning venues. Now, it's at a church in Newport Beach. We no longer had 24/7 access as promised. In fact, due to the habitual lateness of the staff, we have had to wait past the 9:30AM start time, locked out of the facility. We were neve...Read more
I know at least 5 students filing for chargeback with their credit card companies. The class was extremely disorganized with a bad teacher who couldn’t prepare a lesson plan before class or make it on time to class and then later on an industry professional teacher who left after not being paid on time by the director. The director knew how unorganizezd the class was and then on the 8th or 9th week in, he finally said we didn’t have to pay the 15% of our first year’s salary anymore…it was that bad.
Unless the school could produce a syllabus with resources and lesson plans on it as well as a teacher who is a responsible enough to prepare exercises and daily lesson plans, DON’T GO.
I’m from the 4th cohort of School of Devs. I heard the first one...Read more
|Locations (1)||Los Angeles|
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