Best of 2020: Rankings, Reviews, and Courses
A center for the industries of music, healthcare, publishing, banking, and transportation, Tennessee’s capital and most populous city features headquarters for large companies like AT&T, CoreCivic, and the Hospital Corporation of America. Known as the country music capital, Nashville is starting to build up its reputation as an emerging tech hub, with technology becoming one of its fastest growing industries. The Music City offers lots of promising opportunities for tech talent, and also offers opportunities to acquire a tech education through one of its local bootcamps. Both SavvyCoders and NuCamp feature programs focused on web development and design with a hands-on approach. Other high-rated bootcamps, such as Fast Track’D, have full-time or part-time courses on software development and coding.
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Looking for a school with specific qualities? We've awarded merit badges to schools in several key areas:
School offers fully online courses
School publishes a third-party verified outcomes report
School offers part-time and evening classes
School guarantees job placement