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Coder Foundry

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Coder Foundry is a coding bootcamp offering .NET training via a 12-week full-time virtual bootcamp, or a self-paced online platform. The Coder Foundry bootcamp is designed and taught by industry practitioners covering HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, .NET, and SQL. Graduates will have a fully functioning, enterprise-level portfolio with multi-functioning applications. The curriculum is delivered through project-based collaborative learning and provides students with live...

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  • Travis Brown
    Graduate • .NET Full Stack Virtual
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    Dec 19, 2022
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    Best Decision of my life

    This bootcamp has taught me so much it is hard to put into words. In the past 3 months I've went from not being able to make my web page say "Hello World" to being able to build complex MVC projects. When I first did my interview with Bobby about the class, I knew it was the right place for me. He is so kind and truly makes you feel like you have known him for years. The instructors are great. Antonio and Jacob are like a walking book of knowledge, and they were there to help me whenever...
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  • Shelly Wonder
    Application Developer • Graduate • .NET Full Stack Virtual • Greensboro
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    Sep 01, 2022
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    My career has a solid foundation

    Who is this program for? Someone who can dedicate 50-60 hours/wk for 12 weeks of immersive, intensive full stack training AND is serious about getting a job in web/software development.  Tell your family/friends that this program is your number 1 priority for the duration. It is 8 hours/day of live interactive learning. I went into the program unsure if a virtual program would be as useful as an in-person experience, but CF did not disappoint. The instructors not only teach but are activ...
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  • Tyler Taylor
    Software Developer • Student • Full Stack Immersive • Greensboro
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    Feb 19, 2022
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    Best Bootcamp around!

    Coder Foundry has been a life-changing experience for me. The course is hands down the best around.  Bobby, Antonio, Jason, and Drew are excellent instructors.  Everyone on the staff is rooting for you to become the best developer you can be and will constantly push you to become that person. If you are looking to jump-start a career as a full-stack .NET Developer this is the place you need to look! Coder Foundry has truly been a life-changing experience for me! 
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  • Shyann
    Web Developer • Graduate • ONLINE Full Stack Web Development • Greensboro
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    Feb 07, 2022
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    Dreams Achieved!

    A challenging course, but a challenge that ultimately helped me prepare for and make a career change into web development. Going to Coder Foundry was one of my better life decisions.
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  • Jeremy
    Graduate • Full Stack Immersive • Greensboro
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    Nov 09, 2021
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    Worth every cent

    Had a fantastic experience with the bootcamp, everything was designed to build off of previous knowledge and result in a great functioning portfolio to be able to demo to future employers. Went from zero coding experience to ready to enter the industry. Instructors are great and always available
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  • Brandon Stanley
    Software Developer • Graduate • Greensboro
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    Oct 14, 2021
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    Software Developer

    Really great instructors and staff.  One of the most valuable resources I think they offer is job assistance.  Preparing for a developer interview can feel daunting but Coder Foundry walks with you and teaches you how to prepare and more importantly how to win!  There was a time during my job search I felt discouraged about an interview I had coming up.  I reached out to the instructors and was given a mock interview to help me prepare as well as a much-needed pep talk to boost my confid...
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  • Kasey Wahl
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    Jul 29, 2021
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    A Challenging, Supportive, and Achievable Course

    Attending Coder Foundry was the best choice I made in 2021. The teaching faculty is second to none, and on more than one occassion, I received help outside of class hours to help me understand a concept that I struggled with. They're absolutely committed to student success in the classroom, and through their partnership with TEKsystems, I've been supported through the job search as well. Coder Foundry's self-paced course, which is available to students in the immersive course, also funct...
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  • John Murphy
    Full Stack .Net Developer • Graduate • Full Stack Immersive • Greensboro
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    Jul 26, 2021
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    Great experience! Highly recommend

    So to be transparent I had 9 months of C# experience before Coder Foundry bootcamp when I was learning Game development with C# and Unity game engine and dabbled in WinForms and WPF a little bit as well. So Coder Foundry is a C# and .Net focused bootcamp that focuses on Web Development. Web Dev is alot different than Game Dev or Desktop applications, so if you even if you have alot of C# experience but never tocuhed web you will learn alot. Even with previous knowledge I still learned so...
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  • Seth
    Student • .NET Full Stack Virtual • Greensboro
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    Jul 24, 2021
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    Absolutely great

    Coder Foundry's bootcamp is excellent.  I learned a ton about web development in their course.  It was quite challenging at times but very worth it.
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  • BK
    .net Developer • .NET Full Stack Virtual • Greensboro
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    Jul 23, 2021
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    Truly an amazing experience

    This is a great boot camp. I had previous development experience. In 12 weeks I've grown immensely as a developer. From the onset, the instructors are very all senior-level developers with years of experience. I loved building the real-life projects that we build in the boot camp. The instructors teach you to leverage your projects in interviews. If you want to become a .net full stack developer. This is the boot camp that you need. I got a job under a week after completing the boot camp...
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  • Gianni Morgan
    Graduate • Full Stack Immersive • Greensboro
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    Jul 23, 2021
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    Dedication will reward you

    This course  is:
    3 month, 5 days a week, 
    8 hours a day, plus additional hours spent outside the classroom

    You need to be dedicated and TRUST THE PROCESS. You will leave with numerous skills and a portfolio of working applications you can feel confident in. You will also leave feeling confident in your skills. In addition to that the assistance throughout the course is always available and prepared to answer your questions and help through problems. 
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  • Shawna Russell
    Student • .NET Full Stack Virtual • Greensboro
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    Jul 22, 2021
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    Immersive Learning

    I was a complete coding newbie and the immersive learning style really helped me learn.  The 12 weeks were very difficult, but very worth it.  The variety they taught felt overwhelming at the time, but looking at the job descriptions, I see they provided us with the well-rounded skills hiring people are looking for. And due to the reputation Coder Foundry has, I feel more hiring managers are contacting me on LinkedIn which is increasing my job opportunities.
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Liz Eggleston
Published July 14, 2015
In this Live Bootcamp Q&A, we are joined by Philip Weiser who graduated from Coder Foundry, a .NET bootcamp in North Carolina, in March 2015. Philip is now a developer at RIA Solutions Group and is about to start a full-time job at CaptiveAire, so we’re talking all about life after Coder Foundry in addition to his experience at Coder Foundry. See the full transcript below! Philip, ...
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Published April 09, 2015
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Published March 24, 2015
Thomas Parrish started programming in high school, then attended UNC Greensboro where he pursued a degree in Mathematics, but also rediscovered his love for computer science. When one of his instructors at UNCG, Andrew Jensen, told him about an opportunity at Coder Foundry, Thomas got involved first as a student and then as an instructor. After teaching a few cohorts, Thomas tells us abou...
Liz Eggleston
Published March 05, 2015
T. J. Jones is the Director of Partnership Development at Coder Foundry in North Carolina. We talk to T. J. about the types of students who excel at Coder Foundry, the companies who hire from the school, and the value that Coder Foundry adds to the job placement process.   Tell us about what you were doing before you came to Coder Foundry. I worked remotely for five years for a t...
Liz Eggleston
Published March 04, 2015
Antonio Raynor had a Computer Science degree from East Carolina and a career in software development; but he knew that the tech market was trending towards web development. He was excited to find out that Coder Foundry was a bootcamp right in the North Carolina area that could teach him the web skills he would need to advance in the industry. Still finishing up his master class, Antonio t...
Liz Eggleston
Published February 10, 2015
Charles Miller had studied computer science at a community college and was working in IT as a computer support technician when his mom told him about Coder Foundry (she saw it on the news). After visiting the campus and talking with founders, Charles completed Coder Foundry’s .NET bootcamp and has since been placed in a rewarding new job with Entrematic Amarr. Charles tells us about how s...
Liz Eggleston
Published February 06, 2015
Andrew Jensen is a university-trained software developer with degrees in English and Computer Science and more than 20 years of experience in education. When he met Bobby Davis, who was preparing to start Coder Foundry, the idea of a bootcamp made sense to Andrew, and he joined the Coder Foundry team. Now, after more than a year teaching the Coder Foundry Master Class, Andrew tells us wha...
Andrew Jensen
Published January 28, 2015
Andrew Jensen of Coder Foundry answers one of their most frequently asked questions: Why Should I Learn .NET? A question that we get asked a LOT at Coder Foundry is: “Why do you choose to teach .NET when it seems like everyone else is teaching Ruby on Rails?” What is .NET?  Microsoft .NET is the platform that drives the business technology of many of the top corporations in the U...
Liz Eggleston
Published August 01, 2014
Coder Foundry is a training program that teaches three-month courses to a variety of skill levels and assists with finding students their dream tech jobs. We talk to Bobby & Lawrence about their background in technology, the difference between their Apprentice Class and Master Class, and why they choose to teach .NET to their cohorts of aspiring software developers.  What is your b...

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