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App Academy

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Founded in 2012, App Academy is a software engineering bootcamp that offers courses both online and on campus in San Francisco and New York City. App Academy is a world-renowned coding bootcamp that has placed over 4,000 alumni in Software Engineering roles at over 2,000 companies. App Academy offers programs that fit every learning style, including a Campus Software Engineering Program (16 weeks), a Full-Time Online Software Engineering Program (24 weeks), and a Part-Time Online Software Engineering Program (52 weeks).

App Academy's flagship course, the Campus Software Engineering Program, is 16 weeks long. The San Francisco Campus Program features a Hybrid schedule (2 days on campus and 3 days remote), while our New York Campus Program offers an In-Person schedule (2 days on campus). Designed by industry professionals, App Academy's comprehensive full-stack curriculum covers Ruby on Rails, JS, HTML/CSS, React/Redux, SQL, data structures, and algorithms. Simulating the collaborative work environments in the tech industry, students will participate in paired programming with their classmates and develop web applications from the ground up. These projects will get compiled into a Github portfolio and serve as their resume to employers. Upon graduation, students will work with a dedicated career coach who will guide them through the entirety of their job search.

For students who prefer remote learning, App Academy offers an Online Software Engineering Program. The full-stack curriculum covers SQL, JS, Python, HTML, and CSS, in addition to state-of-the-art tools and web frameworks like ReactJS, Express, Flask, and SQL Alchemy.  Working in a dynamic team environment, students will build complex web applications that will form the foundation of their portfolio. 

For students who need more time to discover whether software engineering is for them, App Academy offers Bootcamp Prep courses and access to an entirely free Bootcamp curriculum through the App Academy Open platform.

Anyone interested in applying to App Academy is encouraged to contact the Admissions Team by scheduling a call or by emailing admissions@appacademy.io.

App Academy’s goal is to ensure students not only land a full-time SWE role, but also advance in their careers for years to come. Job search support ranges from mock technical/non-technical interviews and resume reviews, to connecting grads with App Academy's vast employer network.  Upon graduation, career coaches will guide students through their entire job search, from mock interviews to salary negotiation. From there, App Academy's partnerships team connects graduates with some of the most prestigious tech companies in the industry.

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  • 16-Week Campus Software Engineering Program

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$17,000
    Class size30
    LocationSan Francisco, New York City
    In our flagship 16-Week Campus Software Engineering Program (San Francisco/New York), you'll learn all the skills needed to land a job as a full-time Software Engineer. Through a comprehensive fullstack curriculum, we train you to build web applications with Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, React/Redux, SQL, and HTML/CSS. To help you tackle interviews after you graduate, data structures and algorithms are also taught throughout the course. Prior programming experience isn't required. In fact, a majority of our grads are career changers. You just need tenacity and a passion for building cool stuff! Students at our SF campus enjoy a hybrid class experience, with two days a week on campus and three days a week online, while students in our NY program attend class five days a week on campus. The first two weeks are spent fully online for both of our Campus programs. Upon graduation, students work 1:1 with a career coach who will guide them through their entire job search from start to finish. Career coach job search support ranges from mock technical/non-technical interviews and resume reviews, to connecting grads with App Academy's vast 2,000+ employer network. After all, we want to ensure students not only land a full-time SWE role, but also advance in their careers for years to come. Course Hours: NY: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. EST SF: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. PST Admissions Process: (1) Submit an application (~10 minutes) (2) Logic/typing test (~25 minutes) - 2 chances to pass (3) Coding test (~10-60 minutes, 3 questions - prep materials provided by a/A. Three chances to pass (4) Tech interview with an a/A alum (~45 minutes, 2 chances to pass) (5) Non-Tech interview (~25 minutes, 2 chances to pass) (6) Admissions Decision (7) Enrollment
    Financing
    Deposit$3k deposit required for the deferred tuition option
    Financing
    Climb Credit - Lending partner that can finance up to 14k of the upfront tuition plan
    Facebook Access Scholarship - Women and minorities in tech residing in San Jose, CA
    Tuition Plans$17,000 Upfront Plan $23,000 Hybrid Plan ($9k upfront, $14k deferred) $28,000 Deferred Plan ($3k upfront, $25k deferred)
    Refund / GuaranteeStudent refunded only if they can't find a job within 21 months of graduating from the program.
    ScholarshipFacebook Access Scholarship (all remaining scholarship available to San Jose, CA residents only): https://www.appacademy.io/access-scholarship Deposit Assistance Program (DAP) - Application available upon acceptance.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo experience required
    Prep WorkProvided by App Academy during the admissions process
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • 24-Week Online Full-Time Software Engineering Program

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$20,000
    Class size100
    LocationOnline
    Over 24 weeks, you'll learn all the skills needed to land a job as a full-time Software Engineer. Through a comprehensive full-stack curriculum widely sought after by employers, we train you to build web applications with Python, JavaScript, React/Redux, SQL, and HTML/CSS. To help you tackle the job interviews after graduation, data structures & algorithms are taught throughout the course. Prior programming experience isn't required. In fact, a majority of our grads are career changers. You just need lots of tenacity and a passion for building cool stuff! Upon graduation, students work 1:1 with a career coach who will guide them through their entire job search from start to finish. Career coach job search support ranges from mock technical/non-technical interviews and resume reviews, to connecting grads with App Academy's vast 2,000+ employer network. After all, we want to ensure students not only land a full-time SWE role, but also advance in their careers for years to come. Please note: We are unable to accept applications from New York residents at this time into the online part-time program. However, NY residents are eligible for our Campus Software Engineering Program (SF/NY). Course hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. PST (full-time) Admissions Process (Takes ~2-4 weeks): (1) Submit an application (~10 minutes) (2) Logic/typing test (~25 minutes) (3) Non-Technical interview with an a/A alum (25 minutes) - 2 chances to pass (4) Technical Challenges - HTML/CSS, Git, Boolean logic - 3 project based assessments - Multiple chances to pass (5) Acceptance (payment plan and cohort selected) (6) Enrollment
    Financing
    Deposit$0
    Financing
    Available through Climb Credit
    Facebook Access Scholarship - Women and minorities in tech residing in San Jose, CA
    Tuition Plans- ISA: $0 Upfront. 15% for 3 years with a maximum of $31,000, only after you're hired making over $50,000 - Upfront: $20,000
    Refund / GuaranteeGuaranteed job under ISA tuition option.
    Scholarship$5,000 Facebook Access Scholarship: https://www.appacademy.io/access-scholarship
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo programming experience required
    Prep WorkProvided by App Academy during the admissions process.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • 52-Week Online Part-Time Software Engineering Program

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$22,000
    Class size50
    LocationOnline
    Over 52 weeks, you'll learn all the skills needed to land a job as a full-time Software Engineer. Through a comprehensive full-stack curriculum widely sought after by employers, we train you to build web applications with Python, JavaScript, React/Redux, SQL, and HTML/CSS. To help you tackle job interviews after graduation, data structures & algorithms are taught throughout the course. Prior programming experience isn't required. In fact, a majority of our grads are career changers. You just need lots of tenacity and a passion for building cool stuff! Upon graduation, students work 1:1 with a career coach who will guide them through their entire job search from start to finish. Career coach job search support ranges from mock technical/non-technical interviews and resume reviews, to connecting grads with App Academy's vast 2,000+ employer partnership network. After all, we want to ensure students not only land a full-time SWE role, but also advance in their careers for years to come. Please note: We are unable to accept applications from New York residents at this time into the online part-time program. However, NY residents are eligible for our Campus Software Engineering Program (SF/NY). Course Hours: EST: Monday - Thursday, 6-9 p.m. EST, Saturday, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. EST PST: Monday - Thursday, 7-10 p.m. PST, Saturday, 12:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. EST Admissions Process (Takes ~2-4 weeks): (1) Submit an application (~10 minutes) (2) Logic/typing test (~25 minutes) (3) Non-Technical interview with an a/A alum (25 minutes) - 2 chances to pass (4) Technical Challenges - HTML/CSS, Git, Boolean logic - 3 project based assessments - Multiple chances to pass (5) Acceptance (payment plan and cohort selected) (6) Enrollment
    Financing
    Deposit3k deposit for the deferred tuition option
    Financing
    Climb Credit - Climb can finance up to 19k for the upfront plan
    Facebook Access Scholarship - Women and minorities in tech residing in San Jose, CA


    Tuition PlansDeferred Tuition Plan: 3k deposit upfront, rest of the payment is $33,000 due only after placement Upfront option: 22k upfront
    Refund / GuaranteeGuaranteed placement under the Deferred tuition option.
    Scholarship$5,000 Facebook Access Scholarship: https://www.appacademy.io/access-scholarship
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo experience required
    Prep WorkApp Academy provides all prep work materials during the admissions process.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • App Academy Open

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    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$0
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    With App Academy Open, you’ll get access to App Academy’s entire online full-stack curriculum for free. You can work through the curriculum at your own pace. We recommend App Academy Open for those who: - Need more time to discover whether software engineering is for them - Cannot make the days/hours required for any of our programs work within their schedules
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Bootcamp Prep

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    HTML, JavaScript, Node.js
    In PersonPart Time4 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$2,999
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSan Francisco, New York City
    Bootcamp Prep is a 4 week, part-time course, designed to get you accepted to the most selective coding schools. If you’re not accepted to a bootcamp from our top coding bootcamps list within 10 weeks after you finish the course, we’ll give you your money back. The bootcamps on our top coding bootcamps list include: App Academy, Hack Reactor, Fullstack Academy, Flatiron School, Bloom Institute of Technology (formerly Lambda School), and Rithm School. The program will teach you up to an advanced level of JavaScript. Upon graduation, students will receive 2 mock technical interviews at no extra cost. These mock technical interviews will help prepare you for acceptance into one of our immersive programs. Students should consider bootcamp prep if they have attempted to apply to one of our immersive programs but struggled through the free prep materials given during the admissions process. Course hours: NY: Monday - Friday, 6 - 9 p.m. EST SF: Monday - Friday, 6 - 9 p.m. PST
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Refund / GuaranteeYour full Bootcamp Prep tuition will be subtracted from your initial deposit if accepted into App Academy's full time program under the deferred payment plan.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelN/A
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Bootcamp Prep Online

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    HTML, JavaScript
    OnlinePart Time
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$1,795
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    Bootcamp Prep is a work at your own pace, 10-week version of the prep live course, designed to get you accepted to the most selective coding schools. If you’re not accepted to a bootcamp from our top coding bootcamps list within 10 weeks from graduation, we’ll give you your money back. The bootcamps on our top coding bootcamps list include: App Academy, Hack Reactor, Fullstack Academy, Flatiron School, Bloom Institute of Technology (formerly Lambda School), and Rithm School. The program will teach you up to an advanced level of JavaScript. Upon graduation, students will receive 2 mock technical interviews at no extra cost. These mock technical interviews will help prepare you for acceptance into one of our immersive programs. Students should consider bootcamp prep if they have attempted to apply to one of our immersive programs but struggled through the free prep materials given during the admissions process. Course hours: Work at your own pace, required to finish within 10 weeks from enrollment.
    Financing
    DepositNone
    Tuition PlansStandard: $995 Plus: $1795 Premium: $3795
    Refund / GuaranteeMoney back guarantee if you aren't accepted into a top coding bootcamp
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo experience required
    Prep WorkNone required
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Nam • Software Engineer • Graduate
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    I came into App Academy knowing I wanted to be in coding but not how to get into the profession. I expected to be able to breeze through the coding portion of the curriculum and get the most benefit during the job search curriculum. However, the work was a lot more challenging than expected and definitely extremely comprehensive. We learned so much during the 3 months, I was extremely surprised at what I could accomplish by the end. 

    It definitely was a lot of hard work. Students spend upwards of 80 to 100 hours a week to keep up. This is not an exaggeration. People do get expelled from the program if they cannot keep up. However, the exams are extremely fair and as long as you keep up, you will do fine. 

    I ended up getting multiple offers within a month after graduating and nearly doubled my salary from my last job. I am not working in the field I love.

  • a/A NYC Graduate
    - 12/3/2016
    Sam J. • Full Stack Engineer • Graduate
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    Recent AppAcademy graduate (August NYC cohort) and I can honestly say that I am incredibly happy that I made the decision to join. After completing my MS in Applied Physics and working as a Process Engineer (no software engineering background), I felt as though I needed to make a career change. After applying to jobs for about 5 months, I began looking into some alternatives and eventually found the coding bootcamp option. I was very hesitant at first because it is a huge time and $ investment and it almost felt as though I was giving up on my current credentials and qualifications. 

    But once I started, those feelings of hesitation quickly disappeared and now that I have completed the program and received multiple offers from great companies within weeks of graduating, I can safely say that I am more excited than ever to start my new career as a software engineer. Not only do I have a passion to continue learning and excelling in this field, but I am confident in what I will bring to my next job. 

    All in all, I highly recommend this program to anyone who wants to accelerate their path to becoming a software engineer and is willing to put in the effort (some in my class were able to get away with 60hr/weeks, but I probably came closer to 80hr/weeks). All of the resources to succeed are in place and the deferred tuition model demonstrates the belief that AppAcademy places in it's curriculum, instructors, and most importantly, students. 

  • Just do it!
    - 11/28/2016
    Mark Mullan • Graduate
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    I assume you're reading these reviews because you're on the fence about joining App Academy. tl;dr, just do it!! I'll leave more details below about my personal experience:

    -Completed the program in late July 2016
    -Job hunted for ~1.5 months (I underestimated how difficult this would be, not only from an X's and O's execution perspective, but also from a psychological perspective going from employed to not-employed, etc.)
    -Received multiple offers
    -I've both spoken with grads from other bootcamps conversationally, as well interviewed them formally. In both cases, it's amazing how much App Academy teaches you compared to other bootcamps. It comes as no surprise their graduates command the highest salaries fresh out of school.
    -Quality control is serious business at App Academy. Dismissal of students based on performance and/or attendance is a real thing. That being said, keep in mind that dismissing students for performance is against App Academy's financial interest (they'll refund your $$ and not charge you). As such, know that assessments are not there to "trick you," and leverage the resources they offer accordingly.  Deal with it, and learn to love it. It's the only way they can maintain the brand mentioned in the previous bullet point.

    The amount you'll learn at App Academy truly is incredible, and your classmates will be your network in tech as the job offers start rolling in. In most cases, you always have the option of going back to your previous career if you don't like what you see, and you'll receive a free education along the way. In that way, App Academy was one of the lowest-risk, highest-reward investments I've ever made in myself. Just.... do it!

    I love to connect and learn about the individuals making similar career changes. Feel free to reach out on LinkedIn (Mark Mullan @ Clover Network) and we can grab a coffee.

  • Valerie • Graduate
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    App Academy is truly a great bootcamp. First off the bat, they are very selective so you can be sure that you are learning with people equally as motivated as you are.
    The curriculum is great, and it gives you plenty of opportunities to build individual projects to beef up your skill and resume. 
    I have to say that the job search support was a bit lacking for me because there are so few people on their job search team, but we had a lot of lectures and alums coming to share information that was all very useful during my job search process. 
    All the staff there are really nice and genuinely want you to do well - it's not just about getting you a job so you can start paying them back!
    I miss the rigorous schedule and the fun-filled coding days already!

     

  • Nick Stuckey • full stack web developer • Graduate
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    Before: 

    When I was first considering joining a coding boot camp I was fairly skeptical.  3 months to change careers and make the kind of money a/A advertised seemed too good to be true. Especially since going in I had no college degree and no related professional experience.   I did a lot of research and applied to many of the major boot camps offering 'similar' curriculums.  I was accepted to a few including Dev Bootcamp and Flatiron School.  

    All of the boot camps say that their curriculum is geared towards people with "no experience", so anyone can do it.  That's a bit misleading as they all will expect you to demonstrate some logical competency and a basic understanding of how to problem solve programmatically in the interview.  I spent about 6 months practicing on sites like codeschool.com and codewars.com before I began applying.  In the end, I selected a/A for two reasons:  their tuition structure (pay after you get a job), and because I found their application process to be the most difficult.  I applied 3 times before I was accepted to a/A, vs. my first try at the other schools.

    During:

    My brother is a Marine and had a great time ribbing me about going to a 'boot camp' for obvious reasons.  But I have to say, although there are not pushups, calling it a boot camp isn't far off.  It is very, very hard, and the hours are long.  Again, I never graduated college, so my basis for comparison might be skewed, but even people in my cohort with degrees ranging from BAs to PhDs acknowledged that it was a difficult program.  The style of teaching at a/A is to show you a thing once, then give you instructions and a day to replicate it with a partner, with the TAs on hand to assist.  They will not give you direct answers (for the most part) but rather guide you through the all-important process of debugging and figuring out problems on your own.  It's challenging, and at times very frustrating, but ultimately the system teaches you how to be a self-reliant developer.

    After:

    In 5 months I went from being a bartender with no college degree to a well-paid full-stack (actual job title, not just a buzz word) web developer at a company that I'm very excited about.  Most graduates (so far, from my class) landed an initial salary between 90 and 100k.  Another concern I had going in was that a/A teaches Ruby on Rails, which some developers will tell you isn't the most relevant language these days.  That's BS.  Developers love to be opinionated about the tech that they work with, and you will be too eventually.  I love Rails, but I can say objectively that it's more about learning how a server is structured than the specific syntax you are using.  The knowledge that I got from a/A felt tech agnostic by the time I reached the job hunt; launguage is a nonissue.  Anyways, there are definitely a lot of Rails specific developer positions out there if that's the route you decide to go.  The job hunt is a bit intense, but there are designated a/A staff members to help you along the way.  If you follow their road map, keep studying after graduation, and utilize your peer support network, you will find a job in under 3 months. 

     

    Tl;dr

    It's hard to get in, very hard to keep up, and reasonably difficult to find a job afterward.  But if you are expecting any part of it to be easy it's not for you.  The program works, sorry for the platitude but it's the best decision I've ever made.

  • Trevor Scandalios • Web Developer • Graduate
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    As a recent App Academy graduate, I'm very happy with my decision to enroll. The course is definitely intense, however, it is as difficult as it needs to be to ensure that you graduate the program with the skills and knowledge necessary to get a job in the tech industry. All of the instructors are great at what they do, and the curriculum is really well thought out. Each week's material builds on itself to incrementally teach you everything you need to know. I would recommend App Academy to anyone who is looking to transition into the tech industry, and is ready to put in the work to do so.

  • Alex Doundakov • Graduate
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    I just finished the curriculum at App Academy and have learned more in the last two months than the last year of self studying. The program is high-intensity, they really mean it when they say 80 hours / week, but along with the program you get a fantastic support system that really cares about you instead of what paycheck you'd be bringing them. 

    I really feel prepared to go out into the workforce and have something concrete to show for my efforts. You really can't go wrong with App Academy if you put in the effort and are serious about your work. Can't recommend it enough if you are considering a transition.

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    THE GOODS:
    I joined a/A because I wanted to make a switch to a dev career, coming from 3 years in Marketing, but with some programming experience. Still, there are some pretty brilliant students in my cohort with varied backgrounds, sometimes with 0 coding experience, and they're doing very well. Which, in summary, means: no matter your background, a/A will give you the tools to be successful, but it will be up to you and how well you adapt to the intense curriculum.

    This is not the regular college pace. It's much more intensive than that. If you fail 2 of the weekly assessments, you're out. Some of the people from my cohort who got kicked out weren't putting enough effort into it and were still in the college inertia, which isn't enough. Again: you get what you put into it.

    You will get support from TAs on the floor every day. A lot of the times, they will not directly answer your questions but guide you to the answer by showing you the pieces, making you think it through. I really liked this approach as it made me realize that I had the answer most of the times, but was looking at it through the wrong perspective.

    When I joined, I expected to learn the basis that would allowed me to learn a lot more of the things I wanted, but it ended up exceeding my expectations. They not only teach you how to develop a full-stack webapp and the technologies behind one, but they go through a lot of CS concepts too, which was beyond what I expected.

    The tech curriculum is proprietary, very well written and structured. It explains a lot of things in details, which means you can expect countless hours of lectures and readings.

    You will walk out with a lot of small projects that you'll develop throughout the curriculum, plus three bigger ones for your résumé. Most importantly: you'll finish wanting to do more, so you'll most likely develop some projects on your own afterwards.

    Their system for tracking progress is really impressive and well designed, which makes you feel more confident in the structure they offer.

    THE BADS:
    The job search curriculum is less structured than the tech one. The content is there, but it's not centralized, so you often have to remember where to go if you want to check presos, homework material or schedule. 

    There are few job search coaches for the full cohort, so it gets a bit hard to get some good feedback from them.


    All in all, 11 weeks into the program, I feel confident about getting where I want, so I can't recommend it enough.

  • Ethan • Graduate
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    I was learning the MEAN stack before and felt like I needed the extra push to become job-ready. App Academy stood out for two reasons.

    1) It is the top bootcamp and you get to work with smart people. Pair programming is common across many high quality bootcamp. Some people doubt the value of it. But when you work with programmers who are better than you, you will become a better programmer. At a/A, some students have CS background and some are just bright students who can digest concepts quickly. I was able to discuss different ways of solving problems and learned a lot from my peers. You will miss your days of pair programming when you are in project phase.

    2) It focuses on job preparation. While other bootcamps focus on projects exclusively during the second half of the program, a/A makes you learn algorithms and prepare for interviews. IMO, you can always fix your projects on weekends or after the program. But having career support is the key to getting a job. Also, sharing interview tips with other students who are going through the same process gives you a unique advantage.

    The number of TA was not enough for my cohort. It didn't cause any problem until the project phase. But they realized the problem and hired more TA for the next cohort. Thumbs up for really responding to our feedback and trying to make the program better.

  • Mike • Student
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    I've learned more in the last two months than the last two years combined. Excellent well-rounded curriculum with fantastic peers. The program is extremely selective and it shows; almost everyone I've worked with has been exceptionally bright and personable. Highly recommend this program if you're considering a transition. 

  • Brian Lee • Graduate
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    I wanted to change careers from being a travel agent to software developer. I made the decision to apply for App Academy after researching about available courses that will get me ready in the work field. I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into at first, but I am very glad I was able to attend App Academy.  App Academy not only taught me modern coding languages and conventions that is relevant  in today's job market. More importantly, App Academy taught me how to learn and how to push myself to work hard every single day.  I have confidence in my skills and confidence in that I will be able to adept into any environment. I have never worked so hard as I have during my time in App Academy, and I am very thankful for such an experience.  I would highly recommend anyone looking into getting into the web application development field to take a look at what App Academy has to offer.  The staffs of App Academy are amazing and super friendly.  Robert, Jenn, and Shamayel were particularly helpful during my time at App Academy.  Maybe you will be fortunate to get to know them too.

  • Victor Aw • Student
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    The program covered Ruby and database back-end extensively and gave me all the tools I needed to build a full-stack application. The React/Redux curriculum was effective and very helpful. Everyone in the program was passionate about succeeding, and there were many cool projects made during the program. The intense pacing means that you're constantly learning and you really understand the material by the end of the program.

    The job seeker curriculum has plenty of helpful materials and has been very helpful in refining my application materials.

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