If you want to become a software developer, you can do it. Most devCodeCamp graduates started with no professional or educational coding experience. What they did bring was resourcefulness, persistence, drive and a goal of learning to code. Transparency is a top priority for us, our bootcamp is not the place to discover if coding is for you.
Approximately 33% of applicants were accepted and started one of our bootcamps. As many have said, devCodeCamp was the hardest and most rewarding educational experience, ever. Don’t mistake this for elitism, we understand that our bootcamp works with the right instructors and the right students. Our admissions process helps us and you!
Here’s what you need to know…
If you are a committed learner and have any interest in programming, you’d do well here.
Take this step as soon as you can. During our in-depth tour we will cover everything you will need to know about joining our bootcamp. This no-obligation hour includes a walk through about our immersive model and why it is incredibly effective, the talent gap that exists and how you can fill it, our hiring network and getting your first job, plus the languages and technologies for each bootcamp, and more.
devCodeCamp has partnered with Climb Credit and Skills Fund. An organization that understands the bootcamp model. Most students can secure up to the full amount of tuition. Payments typically range between $237 and $350 per month. Most can qualify for low, fixed interest rates on up to 60-month loans and make interest-only payments for the bootcamp and two months beyond.
devCodeCamp was built with one goal in mind. Make the hiring partners happy first.
This means we need to produce quality developers that can contribute on day one. That is good for you! If you like being challenged, love problem solving, and want to create something amazing. We encourage you to start the admission process today.
From Beginner to Developer
Jen made the jump from Healthcare to Development. She brought beginner skills to the table, and we helped turn her into a professional developer.
Developer – NM
Build Something Amazing
Transitioning from Insurance Sales to software developer. Dan did it in 12 immersive weeks. Milwaukee Tool is where Dan now puts his new skills to work.
Jr. Developer – Milwaukee Electric Tool
After completing three degrees in traditional education, Aaron found devCodeCamp provided him with real-world skills that are in high demand.
The devCodeCamp philosophy is to learn through doing. Students can expect lectures that range from the fundamentals of development to advanced, industry-driven concepts. We start out highly structured, with frequent lectures. The first weeks increase your understanding of core concepts. As the bootcamp progresses, there’s deliberately less lecture and structure and more hands-on project work. We go from giving you answers to teaching you how to solve problems yourself, working in pairs or in small groups.
These independent problem-solving skills are highly sought after in the software development industry. Our Instructors help grow students from little to no coding experience into professional software developers by gradually allowing you to be self-sufficient. To achieve this goal, hard work and persistence needs to be put in daily throughout the bootcamp.
Open Computing Jobs in Wisconsin
# of Computer Science Graduates
What's Wrong With These Numbers?
Those job openings in Wisconsin as of February 24th, 2017 are 3.1x the state average demand rate. Those minimal CS grads are why there is such a need. We’ve replaced the traditional CS Degree with our Bootcamp.
Computing jobs are the #1 source of new wages in the United States. How about 500,000 current openings. These jobs are in every industry and every state, and they are projected to grow at twice the rate of all other jobs. Isn’t it about time to learn to code?