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Coder Foundry

Average Rating4.7
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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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  • Antonio Martin
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    Sep 15, 2014
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    Antonio Martin Coder Foundry Review

    The course has lots of practices to do, so I soon became familiar with technical issues. I also had the support of my mentor who answered quickly all of my questions.

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  • Chris Zepkowski
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    Sep 15, 2014
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    Chris Zepkowski Coder Foundry Review

    Coder Foundry has been such a valuable and enjoyable experience learning .NET, C#, MVC, SQL, and more, so far. The instructors are very knowledgeable and helpful in so many ways. There is nothing more valuable than hands-on, workshop style setting classes that incorporate important insight into what companies are looking for when hiring employees. Everyone at Coder Foundry is very helpful, and the one on one time with either the instructors or developers is always available. For anyone int...

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  • Anonymous
    Software Developer • Graduate • Full Stack Accelerated • Greensboro
    Oct 27, 2017
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    3 Ways Coder Foundry improved my life. You won't believe number 2!

    1. It taught me the fundamentals (and beyond) of an entirely unfamiliar technology stack. I went into the program having a good foundational understanding of OOP. Coder Foundry got me up to speed on an exhaustive list of technologies - C#, SQL, SQL Server, HTTP, IIS, JS, HTML, Bootstrap, JQuery, Visual Studio, LINQ, MVC, Web API. The hands on, learn by doing (learn by failing at times) methodology transmogrified documentation from theory to functional, productive skill. And, just as import...

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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Full Stack Immersive • Charlotte
    Oct 24, 2017
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    Disappointment

    The instructors at Coder Foundry were friendly but they expect you to find the answers yourself.  They give very little instruction.  They dont give one-on-one teaching.  The class sizes are small, which is good.  I did get advice on how to interview and answer questions. I recieved no help in getting interviews or job leads.

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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Full Stack Immersive • Charlotte
    Jan 27, 2017
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    Job perspective

    Thry taughts us from the perspective of going directly into the workplace, and they prepared us as much as possible for that

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  • Anonymous
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    Sep 24, 2016
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    Over-Promising, Under-Delivering

    When I went through the application process to attend Coder Foundry’s Master Class, I was required to take a programming test that consisted of 5-6 JavaScript problems. Two to three of my programs were incorrect. (At this point, I don’t remember the exact figures and I no longer have access to my test results, but I am certain that the percentage of answers correct was well below 100%.) Moreover, I had indicated that I had no actual software-developing job experience. The Coder Foundry rep...

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    Hashim Warren of Coder Foundry

    Director

    Oct 06, 2016

    We are careful not to overpromise anything to prospective students, especially not salary. 

    The only thing we promise is that we teach the most widely in-demand stack (.NET), we have the best curriculum and instructors, and you will have to work hard.

    This student admits that:

    1. he learned to code at Coder Foundry, 
    2. built a portfolio of applications, 
    3. and was sent on multiple interviews by our job placement department.

    Does that objectively deserve a 1 star review?

    I ask everyone reading this to do your own research. The poster says the third party recruiters he worked with told him his portfolio doesn't count, and you need professional experience to land an entry level job.

    This is simply not the case. 

    According to Course Report's own study of bootcamp grads, most had no experience professional experience before coming in to our class.

    For a good overview of what it's like to attend Coder Foundry, please see Course Report's video interview with our student: https://www.coursereport.com/schools/coder-foundry#/news/life-after-coder-foundry-with-alum-philip-weiser

    If the anonymous poster is reading this I encourage him to reengage with us. We would still like to help him find a job that fits.


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Published April 10, 2017
Shane Overby was working in manufacturing in North Carolina, but started to see automation creep in and threaten his job security. He decided that he needed to be the one coding the automation software, so when Shane’s brother (who is also a developer) recommended Coder Foundry, he enrolled at the Kernersville campus. Shane tells us how the hands-on approach suited his learning style, how...
Liz Eggleston
Published January 12, 2016
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Published December 02, 2015
Course Report has some exciting things rolling out in 2016, but for now, here's what you may have missed in November! Remember to email me with noteworthy news to include in next month's roundup. IN NOVEMBER.... Karis Hustad of ChicagoInno reported on the rise of the bootcamp model for subjects like UX/UI Design, Data Science and more. Anya Kamenetz spoke with Morning Edition a...
Liz Eggleston
Published October 22, 2015
Today we’re diving into the .NET interview. Our guest today is Bobby Davis. Bobby ran into trouble finding fresh talent for his companies so he decided to start training developers himself, which is how Coder Foundry was formed. Bobby helps students win the technical interview because Coder Foundry does a lot of work on job placement and technical interview training as well.    ...
Liz Eggleston
Published October 08, 2015
Before becoming Director of Education and Lead Instructor at Coder Foundry, Andrew was a university professor, so he’s been on both sides of the fence. In addition, Andrew had a 12-year background as a software developer, technical writer and corporate trainer. Course Report recently caught up with Andrew to discuss his thoughts about recent developments with the College Scorecard and how...

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