Our latest on Berkeley Boot Camps
Design teams rely on user research to ensure that their products are addressing the exact needs of their users. Jordan Mesias of Trilogy Education Services, a 2U Inc. brand, walks us through user research fundamentals and its role in product design. Jordan breaks down the three major steps designers follow when conducting user research and the five most popular user research methods – interviews, surveys, card sorts, usability tests, and A/B tests. Plus, find out how you can learn UX research at a design bootcamp like the Trilogy/2U-Powered Boot Camps.Continue Reading →
Trilogy Education Services, a 2U Inc. brand, partners with over 50 universities across the country to offer technical boot camps across the US. Kyle Martinowich, a Career Director and Career Coach at Trilogy, explains how their team gets students job-ready with the career support and job search skills they need to land the best position for them. Plus, find out which roles 2U-powered boot camp students typically land after graduation, and what sets Trilogy boot camp graduates apart in the hiring pool.
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Technology project management is an excellent career path for organized, proactive people looking to find their niche in the booming tech field. We caught up with Angel Morgan, Curriculum Engineer for Technology Project Management at Trilogy Education Services, a 2U Inc. brand, to learn how career-changers can pivot into project management through Berkeley’s Technology Project Management Boot Camp. Angel breaks down what hiring managers are looking for in today’s project managers, and the requisite PM skills that the Berkeley Boot Camp curriculum includes. Plus, learn how new students can make the most of their part-time boot camp experience!
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Rena Silverman was a journalist for 15 years before a move to California inspired her to develop her technical skill set at Berkeley UX/UI Boot Camp. Three months after graduating from the program, she used her network to first land a job at Run The World as their Chief UX Writer and then, a few months later, at Truebill as a Content Strategist. Rena shares her personal experience as a Berkeley Boot Camp student, plus her insights on what it takes to make a career change into UI/UX Design today!
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The University of California (UC) network is vast and well-established from Sacramento to San Diego, so it was only a matter of time before these schools offered coding bootcamps of their own. But which UC bootcamp is best for you? At the time of publication, all UC coding bootcamps are offered in collaboration with Trilogy Education. Because they’re powered by the same platform and network, we notice a string of similar themes throughout alumni reviews: instructors are stand-out and often the best part of a student’s experience. And when it comes to career services, you should expect to combine your new technical skillset, the program’s Career Services coaches, and a lot of hustle to get a job after graduation. Learn more about these 6 UC Bootcamps below:Continue Reading →
Why do journalists and industry leaders think that two coding bootcamps are closing? And despite these “shutdowns,” why do companies like IBM still want to hire coding bootcamp graduates? We’re covering all of the industry news from August. Plus, a $3 billion GI Bill that covers coding bootcamps for veterans, why Google and Amazon are partnering with bootcamps, and diversity initiatives. Listen to our podcast or read the full August 2017 News Roundup below.Continue Reading →
You've heard of household bootcamps like Hack Reactor, General Assembly, and Flatiron School – but have you noticed universities that offer coding bootcamps? Universities have now been partnering with coding bootcamps since 2016, but these university coding bootcamps aren't all the same! Research your options below and find out which coding bootcamps offer college credit, which are part-time to accommodate your schedule, and read our tips for choosing the best university coding bootcamp for you.Continue Reading →
Python 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 reads like English. Python developers are in demand, not to mention the average Python developer in New York City earns $140,000 per year! Companies like Amazon, Dropbox, and Dell are built on this powerful language, making it a great time to learn Python bootcamp. We’re breaking down Python bootcamps, across the country and online, for a range of price points and time commitments.Continue Reading →