Software Development

At devCodeCamp, we train students in a fully immersive environment that teaches you full stack software development, how to effectively problem solve, communicate with developers and project managers, and be resourceful on the job.

Upcoming Course Starts:

March 9, 2020 –Open enrollment – Housing full
April 6, 2020 – Open enrollment – Housing limited
May 4, 2020 – Open enrollment – Housing limited

Full Stack Development

An immersive program that teaches you full stack software development, how to effectively problem solve, communicate with developers and project managers, and be resourceful on the job.

Upcoming Course Starts:

March 9, 2020
April 6, 2020
May 4, 2020

Info Session

Click the button below and invest just 20 minutes to help you determine if a career in code is for you.

We moved our info session online because many people wanted basic information right away. So you can watch it now.  It provides a great overview of the program, software jobs and what they pay, what the program is like and much more.

After watching you can click to Apply if you’re ready to enroll or Contact if you have more questions and want to talk.

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  • Technologies

  • HTML

  • CSS

  • JavaScript

  • React.js

  • Node & Express

  • C#


  • ASP.NET Core

  • SQL

  • Git

  • Concepts

  • Data Structures

  • Algorithms

  • Design Patterns

  • Functional Programming

  • Object Oriented Programming


  • Unit Testing

  • Test Driven Development

  • More

  • Problem Solving

  • Soft Skills

  • Pair Programming

  • Group Projects

  • Job Placement Assistance

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Monday – Friday,  7 A.M. – 5 P.M.


313 N Plankinton Ave Milwaukee, Wi.  Right across the river from Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward.

*** Although the address is listed on Plankinton Ave. you must enter on St.Paul Ave., by going slightly uphill following the brick courtyard  and then you’ll see the 313 sign straight ahead – Enter to the left of the sign. Go in the building and take the elevator on the left to the 2nd floor and then you’re at devCodeCamp.

Next Courses Start:

March 9, 2020
April 6, 2020
May 4, 2020

Why Should I Study at devCodeCamp?

Transform Your Career
Outcome Oriented
Increase in Salary
Learn By Doing
Can’t I Learn to Code on My Own?

Transform Your Career

Whether you are seeking your first job or are switching careers, you will be joining other like-minded people that have the same desire as you in breaking into the software development field. Our students have varied previous coding experience prior to beginning devCodeCamp in that the majority have done zero coding and then there are those on the other end of the scale that come with a Computer Science degree.

Outcome Oriented

We teach in-demand languages, frameworks, tools, databases, and concepts that are geared toward what hiring organizations want in a prospective new software developer. Our outcomes speak for themselves over the past four years.

Increase in Salary

While many people come to devCodeCamp in search of attaining coding skills that the marketplace values, at the end of the day the question is will I get a job and what is the return on investment for attending.
Course Report Report conducts an annual survey of coding Bootcamp graduates from around the country. Every year they receive 1000+ responses and they report a $21,000 increase on average with having started their first job in software.

Learn By Doing

You will learn by working hands-on in a project-based environment. You will create fully featured full stack applications individually and in a small team environment using the same languages, tools, and technologies that you would experience in real work scenarios.

Can’t I Learn to Code on My Own?

The social aspect of a coding bootcamp is one of the major advantages of joining. To be clear, it’s certainly possible to teach yourself all these concepts, but the reality is you wouldn’t have the structure that a curated coding bootcamp offers. You won’t be surrounded by like-minded people that have many of the same goals and aspirations that you do. These people offer opinions and support. They become your friends through the journey and later they become a part of your network. Not to mention, on your own, who would review and correct the code you have written, get you unstuck, provide direction and mentorship? You will need someone coaching you on and making you believe in yourself. Learning to code on your own is doable: a coding bootcamp though is priceless.

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Designed for workplace success

devCodeCamp students learn in a proven, structured setting designed to make the most out of every day in the course. Our curriculum is designed with feedback from those in companies making hiring decisions. You learn real-life coding, soft skills, and technologies that are in demand. We focus on working hands-on with projects that teach practical skills while combining tech skills with experienced advice for networking and job interviews. All this adds to your confidence as you present your full stack capstone project to hiring recruiters.