“I knew I would not regret failing, but I also knew the only thing I might regret was not trying.”
Over 5,000 people chose us to be their future.
This responsibility has never been taken lightly.
Our goal from the beginning was to provide the best alternative to college for those who want to learn code to improve their careers. Our 14-week bootcamp covers more programming languages in a shorter time. This means that you will have to do more math, but it also means that you will get more rewards.
We like to review how we are doing every year by listening to our alumni and students. Here are the top 7 reasons Coding Dojo alumni recommend Coding Dojo for 2020.
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It doesn’t matter if you don’t have any programming experience.
I had no programming experience when I entered the program, and I learned more in 14 week than I ever imagined.
– Anna Yung
If we accepted only people who could code, it would not make sense of what we do. Our goal is to take our students and make them our peers within 14 weeks. This is what our curriculum and teaching methods aim to achieve.
Bootcamp refines your tech background if you have one.
[Coding Dojo] helped me jumpstart my web development career quickly. This program has helped me to retain a lot of knowledge I have accumulated over the years in computer science. A+.
– Alex Romero
Bootcamp is different from other programs in that computer science teaches the history of urban design, while bootcamp teaches you how to build a house. You will learn the basics of building and mastering your own code. You create magic when you combine these new skills with a UX, design, or other background.
We teach you how to create the full stacks that companies need (not just one like most bootcamps).
I loved that we learned three stacks instead of one. It gives me a competitive edge. I know enough about all three technologies to be able use them all and to learn more about each one. Many job applications are open to people who speak multiple languages or have that listed as a preferred qualification.
– Chelsea Reynolds
Our curriculum was not designed around three stacks instead of one. Our curriculum was designed to ensure that our students are fluent in the coding languages used at the top companies around the world and that they can continue learning new languages on their job (rather then having to go back to school). It turns out that you only need three stacks to achieve that goal.
It can make a big difference in your career.
This was one of the best things that I have done to advance my career. I wish I had done this 5 years ago.
– Addis Alemayehu
The most important metric is whether or not coding bootcamp actually helps alumni get the jobs they want. Our alumni are doing a great job. Our alumni are making a difference in the world, line by line, with amazing job titles such as Full-Stack Developer, Product Manager, Software Engineer & Software Engineer, and companies like Amazon, Microsoft & Google employing them.
It will help you in all aspects of your life, not just when you are looking for a job.
Coding Dojo is a great place to learn because of how resourceful and resourceful I have become since graduation. They provide a rigorous curriculum in a relaxed, creative, and integrated environment. For me, being resourceful means being a critical thinker and having the resources you need to succeed in any environment.
One of the best side effects of learning something new is how you can apply it immediately to your life. You will be able to tackle new challenges with confidence and the tools you need to do it with code.
You get what your put in
It is not easy, but each student leaves with exactly what they put into each stack. The full-time online/onsite programs for students who are willing to persevere when things get difficult are for them. A+.
– Tramble Tomerlin
You will see the results, much like a fitness bootcamp. Before we accept students, we tell them this: Coding bootcamp is going to be the most difficult thing you ever do. But you’ll be amazed at how much you can learn by trying.
Your instructors and fellow students are amazing
The instructors were knowledgeable and amazing. My cohort worked together as a team, and helped one another.
– Vero Dalton-Robes
Let’s be clear: Each group of students works together in a team and supports each other.