I have an AS in computer science and previous experience working as a NOC technician (WAN) but currently my most recent positions have been in customer service and I'd like to get back to the tech field and have an interest in data science. I would like to attend a DS boot camp before returning to school for my BS but wanted to know from your community how those without BS degrees and related tech/programming experience have faired in data science, job wise. What DS school would you recommend for me? I've looked at Thinkful (new DS program, but have job guarantee for those with a BS, my first choice), GA (pricey), Springboard (DataCamp affiliation concerns me, not sure if courses are job readied}, K2(which you call PeaksAcademy concerned about company's stability, removed a lot of ...
Does anyone know of any UX programs in the Bay Area with tuition deferred or apprenticeship programs to help offset the cost? I'm interested in something like Whitespace but don't fit the demographic they're looking for. They do a mixture of classroom instruction and an on-site apprenticeship which would be a good fit for me. I'd prefer an in-person to an on-line program but don't have 15K to spend. I'm switching from another design discipline so I know most of the tools and some of the methodology, it's the tech-specific skills I need the most. Thanks
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Holberton is not an online school, but our program is accessible for the deaf. We are are a newer school, so we are also learning the ropes to make sure we are meeting all our students' needs, and hope to grow our deaf community here at the school. There is absolutely no reason why deafness or hear of hearing should ever stop someone from becoming a software engineer. check us out at https://www.holbertonschool.comJune 26, 2018
I have been working as a storage administrator profile since 4 years which is 24 * 7 job . I am headed up with the administrator profile job . I am looking to switch the career but not sure which technology to move on .I am afraid of programming but I am eager to be an expert on what I do . Also my education background is into Engineering profile . I love mathematics . I love to visualize a lot ... I struggle hard to get in a good position in what ever I do ..
I need an advice on which career to chose . I love to move completely to foreign through my job . I thought of pursuing MS/MBA but I don't have much money to do it so I failed .. What ever the career I chose I work hard to get through it but I am not sure what to do ..I don't want to move to 24*7 job profile again since I have ...
Hello , my name is houssem and I am 20 years old and I am an international student currently living in Germany.
I would like to ask if my profile allow me to attend an online or in Berlin bootcamp (with job guarantee) and then get hired ? Is it my partial-time work permit an obstacle to reach my goal ?
1. Looking for in class learning for a freshman in college majoring in CS but cant start until after finals May 9th.
2. Looking for in class learning for a junior in high school with no programming experience to get him acclimated with programming for the first time
Would love some advice
Everyone is different but can you provide recommended resources , online, classes and boot camps for someone living in South Florida and Asheville North Carolina? We work out of DC/VA area as well.
This is for myself and a colleague I work with - my research shows I need to begin with programming (foundational), then a boot camp on code and then I'd be ready for a class to learn how to create an app. My co-worker does not want to take that much time, she wants to know if there is an online class she can take to develop her own app?
Any feedback for either of us is appreciated! I'd like to know if there is a resource to do what she's interested in doing? Or if I am missing anything integral if I do the incremental approach. I am interested in creating an app for an idea I have to solve ...
Ok, I’m going to rap with you for a second and be brutally honest using my own personal situation. I’ve been coding for a while, since high school. But my level of interest was very tepid back then. When I was going back to school, many years later, I realized that the degree I was pursuing wouldn’t earn me a thing. I took back to coding, and this time I went in as a monster. Day in day out, non stop for months. I thought I was hot sh*t. Years after that I did a boot camp so I can finally jump into the field I wanted to do. I leaned the most important thing there in those nine weeks, I knew only the surface, it gets much, much deeper and much harder than what I’ve already understood. Now to end my dietribe and answer your question, the answer varies based on your level of complexity ...February 15, 2018
I am considering a coding bootcamp in Europe because I would like to continue my career in an European country. Can anyone recommend a good coding bootcamp / has an overview of the coding bootcamps there?
I was in the same situation half a year ago. I spent days googling around because I really wanted to know everything before taking such an important decision. What I found out: 1) UK coding bootcamps (Makers Academy etc): + good reputation and graduate placement - competitive admission - extremely expensive 2) France / Spain / Belgium (Codeworks, Barcelona Code School etc): + easy to get accepted - very unclear statistics on graduate placement - tough communication Note: among these is also a bootcamp called Le Wagon, which has great reviews but they focus on providing education to entrepreneurs, dont have any job support & its quite short (9 weeks only), so personally I dont find them fitting into the coding bootcamp category. 3) Germany, Switzerland area (Spiced etc) : + decent ...February 03, 2018
Hi Yusuf, The European coding ecosystem is growing indeed, and it’s great to see coding bootcamps open all over the place – cool list you’ve just put up! I just wanted to clarify an important point though: you mention Le Wagon as being focused on entrepreneurs, but it’s way more than that (maybe it's why it has been rated top rated school worldwide on [Switchup](https://www.switchup.org/bootcamps/le-wagon) and [Coursereport](https://www.coursereport.com/schools/le-wagon#/reviews) :)). Actually, Le Wagon’s program is also aimed to providing core programming knowledge to individuals who want to turn to tech jobs. Some alumni from Le Wagon are now working at [Trainline](https://www.linkedin.com/in/rafaelmillan/), [Algolia](https://www.linkedin.com/in/aoifemcdaid/), ...February 03, 2018
I've come to this site from time to time, and it's always the same. I would like to just look at the new bootcamps. Is there a way to do that?