Need an overview of coding bootcamp news in May? You’re in the right place! We’ve collected all the most important news in this blog post and podcast. This month, we read about a number of insightful surveys about employers, programming languages, and learners. We read advice about choosing a bootcamp, learned about efforts to encourage women and veterans to learn to code, and heard about student experiences at bootcamp. Plus, we added a bunch of interesting new schools to the Course Report school directory! Read below or listen to our latest Coding Bootcamp News Roundup Podcast.
Choosing a Bootcamp
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- Lynn University is collaborating with Miami-based coding bootcamp Wyncode Academy to allow bachelor’s degree seeking students to gain immersive web development skills on campus.
- Detroit Mayor, Mike Duggan, in partnership with coding bootcamp, Grand Circus, have announced a free, full-time 10-week bootcamp for Detroit residents over the summer.
Galvanize is finally opening in NYC, according to NY Biz Journals.
- Trailhead, a non-profit startup accelerator and coworking space in Boise, Idaho, plans to launch an apprenticeship program for aspiring coders. The Idaho STEM Action Center will fund the program with a $200,000 grant.
- The TechnicallyDC website covered Code Writers Workshop, a new workshop specifically aimed at coding bootcamp grads who have started their first job but want to advance their careers.
- Houston Community College will teach the Apple-designed Swift Bootcamp, which is part of a new iOS Coding and Design School.
Covalence Bootcamp (formerly DepotU) announced the first class at their new Chattanooga campus on Tuesday May 30th.
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