- Harry HantelUpdated on January 25, 2018Video games might be lots of fun, but making them isn’t easy. If you want to put yourself on the road to great game design, consider these programs that put game design into the bootcamp model. Game on! DaVinci Coders Why: Located in Boulder, DaVinci Coders’ Video Game Development course is taught by an industry ...Continue Reading →
- Liz EgglestonUpdated on March 2, 2018So you've decided to switch careers and jump into tech. Congrats! Now, you're probably wondering which programming language you should learn first! Join Course Report and Bloc as we tackle all of your questions about two of the most popular languages taught at coding bootcamps: Ruby vs. Continue Reading →Liz EgglestonUpdated on October 4, 2022You've heard the title "Full-Stack Developer," but what exactly should you learn to make the leap into web? In this webinar, we'll focus on the three most popular languages taught at coding bootcamps: LAMP Stack, MEAN Stack, and Ruby on Rails. Join us for a lowdown on each programming language, explore the syntax with instructors from Coding Dojo, and learn...Continue Reading →Liz EgglestonUpdated on July 18, 2018"Can I be a programmer if I'm not a math genius?" This is a question we see and hear all the time. The assumption is that a successful coder should have a computer science degree or a lifelong love of math and sciences- not the case! Bootcamp students come from a wide range of past lives, with many having started with little or no technical expertise, and some having spent years in see...Continue Reading →Liz EgglestonUpdated on April 14, 2015Online coding bootcamps like Bloc, Thinkful, and Skillcrush offer convenience and structure without forcing you to quit your job or move to a new city. But not all online programs were created equally, so which one is right for you? Find out the answer from our panel; plus, find out how you c...Continue Reading →Harry HantelUpdated on May 29, 2020While quitting your job and diving headfirst into your coding education can yield impressive results, we also understand that not everybody can commit to a full-time, 12-week programming bootcamp. Jobs, school, families - life, in general, can prevent that kind of commitment. For all the students who can’t give 40 hours a week to a code school, we’re outlining some of Continue Reading →Harry HantelUpdated on April 6, 2015(updated April 2018) Slide across the roof of the General Lee, we’re heading south of the Mason-Dixon to check out the best coding bootcamps in the southern United States. There are some fantastic code schools from the Carolinas to Georgia and all the way to Texas, and we’re covering them all. Talk about Southern Hospitality! Continue Reading →Harry HantelUpdated on April 16, 2018You don’t have to be a data scientist to read into these statistics: A McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that by 2018 the US could be facing a shortage of more than 140,000 data scientists. The field of data science<...Continue Reading →Liz EgglestonUpdated on March 27, 2015NESTA is no longer active. Read about CIRR! During our last trip to the White House, it was clear that standardized reporting of outcomes at bootcamps would become a focus in 2015. Wh...Continue Reading →Jess FeldmanUpdated on January 27, 2023Python is often hailed as one of the best programming languages for first-time coders to learn as they break into programming. It’s the main technology powering big data, finance, and statistics, and its clean syntax r...Continue Reading →
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