2 Best Coding Bootcamps in Portsmouth
5Student - Course: Full Stack Flex - Part-Time - Portsmouth
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Says: Laying a vast foundationBefore I began this 6 month journey, it was tough to conceive how we would learn 'enough' in that relatively short amount of time, to begin a career as a viableBefore I began this 6 month journey, it was tough to conceive how we would learn 'enough' in that relatively short amount of time, to begin a career as a viable coder. While there was an immense amount of material covered, it was done in a very methodical way -- covering the basics of how to think like a computer programmer, as well as running through the fundamental technologies of web development as it currently stands, in an intuitive order that would build on prior units of material. This doesn't go into immense detail for any one technology (not enough time), but it gives you the groundwork upon which to build your technical skills, and links you to a supportive network which will help you build the other (non-technical) pieces of being an attractive job candidate.
Our instructional team was an excellent combination of personalities, both extremely generous with their time and patience. I would take a class with these two (or either one) again if I was looking to.
Make sure you have enough free time carved out (like 20-40 hours a week) so you both don't get too far behind or psychologically 'lose it'! This is an extremely intense 24-week class -- but if you're willing to put the time in -- even if you don't fully 'get it' yet -- you will pass the class. The good news is this isn't graded like a 'weed out' class -- they want you to succeed and they know it takes a while before you're actually 'good' at coding. As long as you submit enough assignments, participate in the three big projects, and attend enough classes, you will pass, even if you aren't fully grasping what is going on. With time and more practice, you will eventually grasp it -- thinking in this particular way is very difficult, thus takes a lot of time for it to become 'easy' -- no wonder it pays well!
- 0Reviews1CourseCode Maine is a 36-week, free software developer bootcamp for Maine high school graduates located in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Bootcamp students will learn in-p... Learn more about Code Maine Coding Academy.Code Maine is a 36-week, free software developer bootcamp for Maine high school graduates located in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Bootcamp students will learn in-person through coursework, projects and field trips from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday for the program’s duration. Class size is limited to 15 to 20 students. Students of the Code Maine bootcamp will learn programming languages such as HTML, CSS, and Java. Bootcamp students will learn the basic building blocks of cloud computing such as virtualization, load balancing, scalability and elasticity, troubleshooting and security. Students will also explore cloud applications and development using Amazon Web Services. Students will learn the building blocks for computing storage and content delivery through hands-on experience with core services. Students will be introduced to the software development life cycle, development methodologies and team based production concepts. Learn more about Code Maine Coding Academy.