Coder Camps

Boot camp from Categories Houston, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington DC
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Coder Camps offers 9 week courses for complete newbies and experienced coders alike. There are two tracks: one for ASP.NET web development and the other for iOS mobile development . There are campuses located in the SF Bay Area, Seattle, Houston, Washington DC and online. To be successful you need a great attitude, a drive to learn, and a passion for technology. In the .NET web development program students will learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AngularJS, C#, MVC design pattern, and use Microsoft’s ASP.NET framework, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio. In the iOS mobile development program students will learn Objective-C, Swift, iOS Frameworks and SDKs, Xcode, iTunesConnect, Git, Github, and will have submitted at least one app to the Apple Store by the completion of the course. Both programs will cover agile software development, working in team roles, the application life cycle, and mobile & cloud applications. Students will master these skills with the help of experienced instructors guiding you through hands on, real world projects, and daily individual and paired programming exercises. Coder Camps also provides career services and at the completion of the course, introduces graduates to leaders in technology to facilitate entry into a new career path.

CODER CAMPS COURSES

– Web Development

DESCRIPTION: In the .NET web development program students will learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AngularJS, C#, MVC design pattern, and use Microsoft’s ASP.NET framework, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio. Students will master these skills with the help of experienced instructors guiding you through hands on, real world projects, and daily individual and paired programming exercises. Coder Camps also provides career services and at the completion of the course, introduces graduates to leaders in technology to facilitate entry into a new career path.

TOPICS: .NET, C#, JavaScript, AngularJS, MVC
LOCATION: SF Bay Area, Houston, Seattle, Washington DC, Online
PRICE: $9,900

-Mobile Development

DESCRIPTION: In the iOS mobile development program students will learn Objective-C, Swift, iOS Frameworks and SDKs, Xcode, iTunesConnect, Git, Github, and will have submitted at least one app to the Apple Store by the completion of the course. Students will master these skills with the help of experienced instructors guiding you through hands on, real world projects, and daily individual and paired programming exercises. Coder Camps also provides career services and at the completion of the course, introduces graduates to leaders in technology to facilitate entry into a new career path.

TOPICS: iOS, Objective-C, Swift, Xcode
LOCATION: SF Bay Area, Houston, Seattle, Washington DC, Online
PRICE: $11,900

Coder Camps

General

TypeIn class
Focus.NET
Javascript,
Objective C
iOS
Swift, Xcode
AngularJS, MVC
Started in6/13/2014

Education

Length9 weeks
Class size10 people
Sessions per year16
Dedication per week60 hours
Minimum skill levelBasic computer skills
Placement test
Coding challenge
No
Prep work before classes startYes
InterviewSkype

Finances

Total Cost

$9,900 - $11,900
Exclusive discount to Bootcamps.in visitors
Refund (if accepted job through program)N/A
Financing / ScholarshipN/A
Deposit$2.500
PaymentsAfter graduation

Assistance

JobAssistance
HousingYes
Student VisaNo

Contact

Emailhowdy@codercamps.com
Phone #855-755-CAMP
Address11200 Broadway Str.
STE 2701,
Pearland, TX, 77584
CityHouston
San Francisco Bay Area
Seattle
Washington DC

CountryUSA

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  • Coder Camps

    We would love to welcome you into the community at Coder Camps. Please let us know if you need anything by contacting us at 855-755-2267. We have financing available and give a $4k discount if you can swing paying in full.

  • Cody Wood

    Find a review of this camp at sprky.co from somebody who went there.

  • coderforrent

    You can now attend Coder Camps in the way that makes the most sense for you: Online or in person in Houston, San Francisco, or Washington, DC.

  • coderforrent

    We are now announcing our newest location in Redmond, WA

  • coderforrent

    Classes for April 13 2015 are filling up quickly. You should apply ASAP if you want to attend in Spring!

  • coderforrent

    We are now offering an iOS Mobile Development class in the San Francisco Bay Area location. http://www.codercamps.com/Home/IOS?source=bootcampsINpost

  • Tre Davis

    Recent Grad (April 2015)

    I attended Coder Camps from January – March 2015 at their Bay Area location. It was the best decision I’ve made in my high school/college drop-out career. I worked in sales for a company and made decent money. It wasn’t fulfilling, and I knew I could do more with my brain. So I took the leap of faith and enrolled in camp.

    Before coming to camp, I was asked to learn and was tested on the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. During the first 3 weeks of camp there is a heavy focus on HTML and JavaScript. CSS is not a primary focus, as a better understanding of it comes naturally as you build out websites during camp. In my humble opinion, understanding JavaScript is much more important unless you want to be a designer but I digress.

    The next phase of camp is learning .NET which is the framework of your web applications. This was a little more difficult for me to grasp. I had to dedicate the entire day (12+ hours a day) to learn the material and do the homework. But hey that’s what you are signing up for right?!

    The final phase was group and individual projects. This was my favorite part because it was truly amazing to work with my peers; just a few weeks prior we had no idea how to even begin building out web applications and now we were operating like developers on a team. Also, the instructors were constantly coming by to offer assistance if we ran into issues. Instead of just solving the problems they teach you how to dissect the problem and rectify it. This is the way I like to learn – by doing, by trial and error, and by figuring out how to figure it out. The ability to problem solve is invaluable. Also in this phase, you learn source control (allows you to share your code with teammates and open source projects) such as how to use TFS and I taught myself how to use GitHub. I wish this had been introduced at the beginning of our troop. From my understanding, it will be taught at the beginning of the class for future students.

    Overall, I feel confident with the skills I gained from attending Coder Camps. I started applying for jobs during the last two weeks of the course and had two job offers within a month. Caution: Do not come expecting that, come expecting to learn how to program and the job offers will come when they come. If you are someone who feels unfulfilled at your current job and have secretly always wanted to be a software developer, then a development bootcamp is for you. Coder Camps just so happened to be my program of choice. Whichever one you decide – good luck, work hard, ask questions and I know you will be pleased with the results.

    They do not teach you Comp Sci theory in 9 weeks (I don’t think it’s possible) but they do teach you how to program. For me I tried for a whole year before coming to camp and could never get past the basics. Coder Camps pushes you through that. They teach you how to teach yourself, and how to learn a programming language, which is powerful. More powerful than just memorizing syntax of one language.

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