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Barcelona

About Web Dev Camp

Learn web development on an 8-week intensive bootcamp. Students live in the school in the beautiful finnish country-side, so they're in for a lot more than just learning to code.

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Web Dev Camp

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4.17/5

(18 reviews)
    3/1/2020
  • Anonymous
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2020

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"It was a decent experience, although very rushed."

During the time of HTML and CSS, I picked up the material in a moderate pace. Once JavaScript came around, though, it became very difficult to absorb most of the material. It felt very rushed after that. But, I did learn a good amount through the entirety... Read More

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    10/13/2019
  • Jonas Bräutigam
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Good additional education."

Good additional educations but missing some background information about how to do. Good help to get better and better based jobs. Learned many things about ecmascript 6. Good a good community and some good mentors. Verry good videos helps by learning... Read More

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    10/11/2019
  • Ahmed Omar Abuhamad
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2019

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"New Skills, New Promotion"

The main problem is there is no team work in Udacity and I wish i see it in future courses. on the other hand, the course is very informative and add a value to your CV and yourself by learning by doing and they support us a lot to achieve graduation... Read More

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    10/11/2019
  • Abhay Maurya
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Best course I have ever seen"

This program is made with real time projects and mentor support. I have taken this program and it helped me a lot. You will be doing projects along with learning. also most interesting, your project will be reviewed by mentors and they will give you good... Read More

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    9/26/2019
  • Arslan Anwar
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Great to start as a beginner"

Good explanation, Step by Step progress. Challenging tasks, Help on demand. Reminder about the tasks.
Allow backup to the code so you can check anytime after that as well. All of these make it easy for learning and you can useful knowledge about the program.... Read More

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    4/24/2019
  • Alyssa Vigil
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2019

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"Give us the money and piss off"

Intensive courses are under-staffed and those employed are unlikely to give you an hour of their time every 24-48 hours despite the hefty $200 paid for "on-demand support"... Further to this, all the content of the intensive is the exact same as what... Read More

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    4/23/2019
  • Anonymous | Dev
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2019

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"Persistence is key"

Having come into the program with almost 0 experience, it has been rewarding. However, that being said there are some drawbacks that need to be mentioned first. The course content is not detailed and more often than not links for extra reading is provided,... Read More

Make no mistake by thinking this will turn you into a Comp Sci expert, this course ONLY teaches the fundamentals of all their offered content, which is a bummer considering the cost, again. We started with HTML, CSS and node.js, moved on to ruby on rails for 1.5 weeks, then express and react. After learning ruby fundamentals, its time for project 2, and there is no mention of ruby on rails at all after unless its your final project. So, go into the course expecting to learn ONLY HTML, CSS, and Javascript (JS libraries and frameworks, which are remarkable), the backend language part is a farce and almost a bad joke. When you finish, you do not feel like you are ready to get a job, and most people in your class would agree with this, but this is where you're wrong. The shortage of developers in tech is why most grads get hired, expect to do bulk of your learning on the job. And beware of stagnation, as most bootcamp devs with 0 experience and involvement in the industry prior to enrolment will be stuck at entry level jobs for the better part of a decade at least. So in respect to all these trade schools, don't buy into the hype.

If you want to learn how to code and begin your journey in tech, *and find a stable job with decent pay* (the ISP of this and all tech bootcamps), look no further.

my advice to someone interested is this: be prepared to do a lot of learning on your own, and when things get tough, don't quit. You get what you put into it, and if you work hard and diligently, you can become a great developer. But that isn't to say that things can't improve.

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    3/7/2019
  • Ricardo Islan
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2018

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"A great choice!"

After I made a lot of research, I chose this course which proved to be a great choice.
This team have managed to gather and outline all the important and useful things in this amazing world of web development.
Thank you guys, great job!

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    12/7/2018
  • Joshua Kreimier | Junior Web Developer
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Great experience! Wonderful staff! Well worth the time and investment!"

GA is a great community to be a part of! Come here for an immersive learning opportunity, a chance to meet new friends and expand your network! I thoroughly enjoyed me time and hope to stay involved.

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    10/15/2018
  • Anonymous | Product Owner
  • Web Dev Camp
  • Graduated: 2018

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"Stay away - worst online web development programme out there!"

Worst online courses out there, stay away!!!

I was looking for an online course in Web Development that I could do next to my full time job, mainly on the weekends. I have tried the free versions offered by CodeAcademy and freeCodeCamp which were really... Read More

After complaining about the content they have said to me I can skip sessions - well thanks for the offer but I have paid for this course and I am taking it to learn this stuff??!
Mentoring is only offered during office hours and one day a week until 9pm UK time which is not an option for me as I have a full time job. And my personal mentor doesn't respond to my emails, apparently he has left the company so I will be getting a new one.
They just didn't put any effort into this online course at all and I can only advice people looking for a part time offering to stay away from this programme! I won't waste my time on this and finish it, but instead join another course offered by a different provider. They've charged me £5,000 for nothing and are not even willing to offer me parts of my money back. I am actually thinking about getting a lawyer involved as they are just not delivering what they have promised.

I wish I could give them zero stars.

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Web Dev Camp's average rating is 4.17 out of 5.0 based on 18 review(s).

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