9 Best Coding Bootcamps in Amsterdam
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Ironhack offers full-time and part-time bootcamps in Web Development, UX/UI design, Data Analytics and Cyber Security in Miami (Florida), Madrid and Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France) Mexico City (Mexico), Berlin (Germany), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Lisbon (Portugal) and remotely.
Wild Code School is a 5-month, European training program teaching in-demand digital skills through a blended learning approach.
Mayana Bastard says:
Codaisseur offers an 11-week web development academy in Amsterdam and online.
Data Science Dojo offers online and in-person data science bootcamps in Redmond, Washington.
S. Dali says:
School of IT offers both online and in person bootcamps from its campuses in Cape Town and Somerset West, South Africa.
Ubiqum Code Academy is an immersive, 4 to 5-month Data Analytics & Java Coding bootcamp with campuses in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Barcelona, Spain and Berlin, Germany.
Roshan Kumar Bhuyan says:
- The App Academy was established in 2014 as the first Dutch coding school, and now offers intensive 8-week in-person iOS Development bootcamps in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
At first you feel overwhelmed by all the information thrown at you. but the teacher Daniel Salber really takes his time with you and makes sure you understand ...read more
Review By: Karim
Codam is a tuition-free full-time, 3.5-year programming school in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.