I am a female..I have earned masters degree in computer sciences.i am doing job in a multinational company as an IT Analyst...i wana become software developer so i need to know..which one course is suitable for me
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You can checkou the various full-time coding bootcamps on this website. Most of them will prepare you to become a front-end developer or full-stack developer at a technology company. Either a start-up or corporations such as American Express.
If you are interested in becoming a Data Scientist, check out Peaks Academy (www.peaksacademy.com). They are a newly launched Data Science bootcamp. They are fully remote and have a part-time schedule. The target demographic is working professionals who can commit time during nights and weekends, but do not want to quit their job and do an in-person bootcamp.
Hi! To choose the best option, you need to understand your motivation. If you want to get a job in a startup or big company or you want to launch your idea pretty quickly, you should consider attending full-time bootcamps. If you want to add efficiency to your workplace or not sure if you want to quit your job yet - you should choose part-time bootcamp.
To pass the admission, you need to apply first. This can be done via bootcamp website application forms. On this stage you wouldn't need any deep specific knowledge, just leave your email and phone, and admission manager will reach you out. After this step, most of the bootcamps will send you over materials to prepare for their entrance test. The final stage is a technical interview, which is btw optional for some bootcamps.
You can start your admission to Upscale Academy's bootcamp by using this link: https://goo.gl/5NfdC5
Hi there - If you're interested in doing an international course, CodingNomads (http://codingnomads.co) offers coding bootcamps around the world for much cheaper than similar US bootcamps. We also offer scholarships for women in an effort to diversify the industry.
Our bootcamps teach Java + SQL + AWS which would build on your computer science degree. These frameworks are used by most multinational companies across all industry sectors to build server side applications, “big data” processing, e-commerce platforms, financial trading platforms, web applications, Android applications, etc. The courses are taught in English so the ability to understand and communicate complex engineering terminology is a firm requirement, but otherwise we accept beginners who have the motivation to learn and work hard. Feel free to get in touch if you are interested and good luck in your search!
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