Is learning to code on your 2019 New Year’s Resolutions List? It should be! The average coding bootcamp graduate gets a job in tech and sees a 49% salary lift. A coding bootcamp could be just what you need to make a fresh start in 2019 as a developer, so we’ve compiled a list of 18 full-time, part-time, in-person and online coding bootcamps which have upcoming cohorts starting in January and February 2019. Most of these coding courses have approaching application deadlines, so submit yours quickly if you want to get a head start in 2019!

Keep in mind that some of these classes may require pre-work that could last anywhere from 1 to 5 weeks. And in our experience, these coding schools all have very friendly admissions teams who are ready and willing to help you figure out the best start date for your goals.


2019 Coding Bootcamps That Start Soon

1. Epicodus

Epicodus is a full-time coding bootcamp with 27-week courses in Portland and Seattle. If you’re a beginner, start with one of their free Intro Courses! After graduating, students are placed in internships – apply today!

Full Time Bootcamp

  • January 7th - Portland, Seattle


2. The Software Guild

The Software Guild’s full-time, 12-week bootcamps start soon at all of their campuses (Minneapolis, Louisville, and Online) in January! You can choose to focus on either .NET/C# or Java, depending on the type of developer job you want. Apply here!


  • January 7 - Online
  • January 14 - Minneapolis, Louisville
  • February 4 - Online


  • January 7 - Online
  • January 14 - Minneapolis, Louisville
  • February 4 - Online


3. Flatiron School

New York City-based bootcamp Flatiron School offers their 15-week, full-time, in-person Software Engineering Immersive program every three weeks (which includes a job guarantee). Or you can enroll in their self-paced online program at any time. Apply now to learn Ruby on Rails and JavaScript.

Software Engineering Immersive

  • January 7 - New York City, Houston, London, Washington DC
  • January 28 - Atlanta, Seattle
  • February 11 -  Online
  • February 18 - Houston, Washington DC
  • February 20 - New York City


4. Hack Reactor

Competitive coding bootcamp Hack Reactor teaches full stack JavaScript at campuses around the US. The full-time course is 12-weeks long, the part-time course is 9 months long, and both are available remotely. Hack Reactor requires some coding knowledge before you begin, so apply now and start brushing up your skills. Plus, Hack Reactor was recently acquired by Galvanize, so in 2019, you’ll be learning in shiny new Galvanize classrooms!


  • February 19 - Los Angeles, Austin, New York, San Francisco, Remote


  • January 8 - Remote
  • February 25 - Remote


5. Tech Elevator 

Tech Elevator gives students the option of learning Java or .NET in their 14-week, full-time programs. 91% of Tech Elevator graduates are placed in jobs as developers with an average salary of $61,000. Be a part of their next graduating class by applying soon!

Java or .NET

  • January 14 - Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh


6. General Assembly

With campuses around the world teaching everything from web development to data science and UX Design, General Assembly always has a new class starting. Plenty of campuses offer the flagship 12-week, full-time Web Development Immersive (covering Ruby on Rails and JavaScript) so apply here to join a January or February cohort.

Web Development Immersive

  • January 22 - Austin, Santa Monica, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Los Angeles, Washington DC
  • January 28 - Atlanta, Boston, London
  • February 19 - New York City

Part-Time Software Engineering

  • January 14 - Online


7. Le Wagon

Le Wagon is a 9-week Ruby on Rails focused bootcamp based out of Paris (with campuses in over 30 cities)! The bootcamp focuses on bringing coding skill to creatives and entrepreneurs with the ambition to build their own MVP and/or challenge their future dev team. Apply soon – you’ll need to complete 40 hours of online work to prepare for the course.

Full Time Coding Bootcamp

  • January 14 - Amsterdam, Melbourne
  • January 21 - Rio, Brussels, Barcelona
  • February 4 - Mexico City
  • February 18 - Kyoto & Shanghai


8. Ironhack

Ironhack is a Web Development and UX/UI Design bootcamp with campuses all over the world. Ironhack also has more than 1,000 graduates, so you can expect an extensive global network of alumni and employers. Apply today!

Web Development Bootcamp (Part-Time)

  • January 15 - Miami, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Mexico City, Berlin


9. Fullstack Academy

If you want to learn full stack JavaScript in New York City or Chicago, then Fullstack Academy is your school.  Apply soon to learn for 13 weeks full-time at their NYC or Chicago campuses or for 17 weeks online.

Software Engineering Immersive

  • January 18 - NYC, Chicago, (apply by January 6)
  • Online (rolling start dates every 7 weeks)


10. The Grace Hopper Program

A branch of Fullstack Academy specifically for women, The Grace Hopper Program offers a deferred tuition payment model to make their tuition accessible for all. Apply now and you don’t pay until you get a job.

Software Engineering Immersive

  • January 18 - New York City (apply by January 6)


11. Turing School

Denver coding school Turing offers 7-month, full-time programs in Back End Engineering and Front End Engineering, covering Ruby on Rails, JavaScript and more. These cohorts start soon so fill out your application now.

Back-End Engineering

  • January 22 - Denver

Front-End Engineering

  • January 22 - Denver


13. Hackbright Academy

This software engineering school for women offers 12-week full time and 24-week part-time programs covering Python and JavaScript. It’s too late to apply for their full-time January cohort, but you’ve got time to apply for the next part-time class!

Part-Time Software Engineering

  • January 25 - San Francisco


14. Codesmith

Los Angeles-based Codesmith expanded to New York in 2017 and now offers a 12-week, full-time software engineering bootcamp covering full stack JavaScript and computer science fundamentals (including machine learning). Apply before the deadline for the next cohort.

Software Engineering Immersive

  • February 4 - Los Angeles (apply by January 3)
  • February 25 - New York City (apply by January 24)


15. App Academy

Famous for their deferred tuition payment plan (you don’t pay until you get a job), App Academy offers a 12-week full time, Ruby-focused web development course in NYC and San Francisco. If you’re ready, apply now. Or to increase your chance of admission, you can enroll in the App Academy Bootcamp Prep program.

Full Stack Web Development

  • February 4 - New York City (apply by January 7)
  • February 11 - Online
  • March 11 - San Francisco


16. DigitalCrafts

With campuses in Atlanta, GA, and Houston, TX, DigitalCrafts offers 16-week full-time and 24-week part-time courses covering Python and JavaScript. DigitalCrafts also offers an Elective Program, where students or alumni may elect to study rotating concepts like “CS Fundamentals.” Apply here.

Full-Time Full Stack Immersive

  • February 11 - Atlanta, Houston


17. LearningFuze

This full-immersion 12-week web development bootcamp covers PHP, JavaScript and more in Irvine, CA. Enroll soon so you have time to complete their 2-week prep course before Day One!

Full-Stack Web Development Bootcamp

  • February 11 - Irvine


18. Thinkful

Online coding school Thinkful offers a mix of full-time, part-time and self-paced courses to suit different schedules. Their Engineering Immersion program is 5 months full time, covers full stack JavaScript and includes synchronous class time and collaborative projects. Thinkful also just announced their new Engineering Nights & Weekends class if you can’t commit full time. Apply ASAP for the next cohort.

New Engineering Nights & Weekends

  • March 4th - Deadline to Apply is January 14th!


19. Wyncode

Wyncode trains students in digital skills like Web Development, UX/UI Design, Data Science, and Digital Marketing from their Wynwood, Miami campus (aptly named "Wynbase"). Wyncode’s instructors are experienced and career services connects grads with over 250 hiring partners. Bonus – Wyncode is licensed by the Florida Department of Education and accepts the GI Bill! Apply here!

  • March 25th – UX/UI Immersive
  • January 22nd – Full Stack Web Development

Not sure where to start? Let us match you with the best coding bootcamps for you!

About The Author

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Imogen is a writer and content producer who loves writing about technology and education. Her background is in journalism, writing for newspapers and news websites. She grew up in England, Dubai and New Zealand, and now lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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