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Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin

Austin, Houston

Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin

Avg Rating:4.42 ( 13 reviews )

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2 Campuses

Austin

1 Course

The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin is a web development course in Austin. The full-stack curriculum includes HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, Responsive Design, Heroku, Git, User Authentication, PHP, Laravel, React.js, MySQL, MongoDB, and more.

Course Details

Payment Plan
Payment plans available.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Beginner
Prep Work
Pre-work
Jun 12, '17 -Sep 6, '17
10,000

In PersonFull Time

Jul 24, '17 -Feb 3, '18
10,000

In PersonPart Time

Houston

1 Course

The Houston Coding Boot Camp is a 24-week, part-time web development course on the UT Austin campus. The full-stack curriculum includes HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, Responsive Design, Heroku, Git, User Authentication, PHP, Laravel, React.js, MySQL, MongoDB, and more.

Course Details

Payment Plan
Payment plans available.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Beginner
Prep Work
Pre-work

2 Scholarships

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Offer is only valid for new applicants to the Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship. UT Austin does not allow stacking of scholarships or discounts. 

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2/22/2017
Evan • Graduate
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Response From: Brett Payne of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Friday, Feb 24 2017

Way to go, Evan! Thank you so much for sharing your review with us. It truly makes our team happy to hear that you had such a great overall experience in the program. We are very proud of our instructional staff and career services team and love knowing that they lived up to your expectations. As far as your advice—we couldn’t agree more! Congratulations on all of the hard work and dedication you put into the program, it shows through your accomplishments. We wish you all the best as you continue on your new career path!

1/15/2017
Cher Shedd • Graduate
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Response From: Brett Payne of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Jan 16 2017

Way to go, Cher! We knew you’d be a rock star from the start. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. It brings a smile to our faces to read how happy you were with your experience throughout the program. We’re all about empowering our students and it’s amazing to hear how you’ve not only grown immensely in your knowledge but also created lasting relationships. Congratulations on graduating, we wish you nothing but the best going forward!

12/5/2016
Lance Martin • JavaScript Developer • Graduate
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Response From: Brett Payne of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Wednesday, Dec 07 2016

Thank you for your review, Lance. Congratulations on your dream job, on graduation from our program and for all of your hard work and dedication. It has all paid off and we're so proud of your. Our staff is so passionate about what they do, and it shows in the classroom via support and care. We're so glad you had such a great experience. 

10/26/2016
Chance Eakin • Software Developer • Graduate
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Thursday, Oct 27 2016

Thank you, Chance! Your amazing attitude and hard work were always noticed both in and out of the classroom. And you brought us to tears at Demo Day when you sang for everyone -- talk about having multiple talents. It has been an absolute pleasure having you in our program. Congratulations on your new job and we can't wait to see what you do next. 

10/22/2016
Herbert Gutierrez • IT Operations Engineer • Graduate
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Oct 24 2016

Thank you, Herbert and congrats to you on graduation. You could not be more right - in order to truly succeed at learning web development in 24 weeks you've got to dive right in and self-study is a key component of that. Wishing you success as you take this next step in your career. 

10/18/2016
Jimmie Jackson • Web Developer • Graduate
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
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Thursday, Oct 20 2016

Jimmie - it has been an absolutely pleasure watching you learn and grow and we could not be more proud of your success. Thank you for your detailed review. It made everyone's day! Wishing you all the best, Jimmie. 

10/12/2016
Adam Camacho • Graduate
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Wednesday, Oct 12 2016

Thanks, Adam! Your thoughtful and detailed review is much appreciated and will be very helpful to prospective bootcamp students. Our entire staff - Instructors, TAs, Student Success Managers like myself and Career Directors - are all so passionate about education and changing the lives of others. We love hearing that you feel that way. We're wishing you all the best in your interviews and know you'll land somewhere awesome. 

10/4/2016
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Response From: The Coding Bootcamp at UT Austin of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Admissions
Tuesday, Nov 15 2016

We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience with our team.  On rare occasions a call to discuss the program with applicants runs longer than anticipated, forcing the adjacent appointment to be slightly delayed. These initial calls are an important part of the admissions process and are designed to both discuss the program and determine initial fit. They usually last 30 minutes or so. We truly apologize for the 10-15 minute delay.  

The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin is a 24 week program with an intense curriculum designed to educate students on coding languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and Node.js, Laravel, MySQL and MongoDB. 

Learning to code in 6 months requires an incredible amount of determination and hard work. The entire team at The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin is committed to both delivering a top notch education as well as helping our students change their careers through our program. We can only be successful in this commitment if we are extremely selective in our admissions process. Having students work together on challenging projects and participating in a shared classroom environment is an important aspect of the experience.

We understand that life is fast paced and it honestly sounds like the scheduled call was not an ideal time for you.  We would really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you again, providing you with additional information about the The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin experience. Most importantly, we really want to learn more about you. In the meantime, we wish you all the best and hope to hear from you soon.

8/19/2016
James B. • Technical Support for a popular mobile app • Student
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Aug 22 2016

Thank you for your review, James. I shared this with the team and it made everyone's day. Our Academic Team and Instructors work tirelessly to provide engaging material that gives our students the tools needed to launch their careers in web development. We are so happy to hear that your experience has been such a positive one. Wishing you the best of luck in these last few weeks of the program!

7/7/2016
Michael Desantis • Student
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Response From: Candace Salim of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Jul 11 2016

Hi Michael! Thank you very much for taking the time to write such a detailed review and for your honest feedback. It's incredible that you have taken your time to help other students. That's EXACTLY the type of team environment we try to foster in the classroom and it makes us so happy to see you assisting your peers. 

We place such high importance on instructor selection since it is absolutely key to the success of our program. The instructors really put their hearts into what they teach, and take such pride in knowing that they are facilitating a huge amount of learning that will ultimately allow our students to change their careers and lives for the better. The fact that you have had such a positive experience tells us we're doing exactly what we set out to do here. 

Job assistance content will ramp up this month as you get further into the program. You'll have have Google coming in for resumes, Modernize coming in for mock interviews and help with LinkedIn, 30 second pitches and other job needs from Jeremy. July is going to be a really helpful month on that front. 

Also, you are absolutely right that this course requires time outside the classroom to maximize the experience. It is a rigorous program and must be treated as such. You have done just that! To become an awesome web developer you need to put in the hard work. From what we've seen, you have set yourself up for some serious success. 

Looking forward to helping you through the completion of this program, seeing where you land and hearing from you for updated feedback. 

6/22/2016
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Response From: Sara Wiles of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Operations Coordinator
Tuesday, Jul 05 2016

Thanks Lisa! We really appreciate all of the time you put into this review, and into the Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin. We can't wait to see where you land! 

2/13/2017
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Response From: Brett Payne of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Thursday, Feb 16 2017

Dear Anonymous,

Thank you for taking the time to share your personal experience. We regret that your experience was not what you expected, but we thank you for your feedback as we view each review as an opportunity for self evaluation. We know that completing the coding boot camp is extremely challenging and requires intense commitment. We congratulate you on graduating and hope you will continue to take advantage of the support we can provide as outlined below. 

As you note, UT Austin has partnered with Trilogy Education Services, a continuing education program manager that provides a proven and innovative curriculum in use across more than 20 top universities nationwide. This partnership allows our students to learn about the latest technologies in an environment that fosters lifelong learning.  It is an evolving curriculum informed by employers in our network from across the country.

We understand that you chose UT Coding Boot Camp for expert guidance in navigating the daunting task of learning modern web development in  in an accelerated environment.  We strive to provide strong and supportive guidance in our classes but it is clear your instructor did not deliver that for you. Instructors at the UT Coding Boot Camp are assessed extensively prior to being hired and are required to have a minimum five years of real world experience. If we receive feedback from students indicating a concern with an instructor, we work to quickly remedy that with additional training and support as needed. We understand that instructors and students are not always a perfect match, but we do take any concerns raised very seriously. 

We are also disappointed to hear that your career service experience  failed to  meet your expectations. Throughout the program, we work to  prepare students for their job search through interview coaching, technical interview training, resume building, cultivating an online presence, employer events and opportunities to network with local employers. Despite your relocation, our program doesn’t end at graduation and we will work to support you even after your move. If you are willing to work with us, we will show you how to uncover opportunities in your new home town and connect you to employers through our networks wherever possible.

We are happy to hear that you had a good experience with our TA, Alex, who was, like you, a graduate of one of the boot camps in the Trilogy university network. It is also good to hear that you have made lasting connections in the program. We love seeing the collaboration that develops between students throughout the course.

Again, despite your relocating out of the Austin area, I would love for you to reach out to me directly (Brett) so that I may connect you with a career director in our network to assist you as you continue your search. Please call me at 512-387-1914. 

We wish you the best of luck and look forward to speaking with you soon!

2/13/2017
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Response From: Brett Payne of Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin
Title: Student Success Manager
Sunday, Feb 19 2017

Hi,  

We appreciate you taking the time to share your personal experience with us. As you mentioned, UT Austin chose to collaborate with Trilogy Education Services to develop The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin. TES is the leading continuing education program manager in the US, and has partnered with over 20 top universities to support their efforts to meet the needs of employers. The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin and our partners at TES are absolutely passionate about what we do and we thrive on seeing our students succeed.

We know how challenging it can be to learn a new skill and we take your feedback very seriously.  Throughout our courses, we analyze instructor performance and their levels of engagement in the classroom and provide feedback to help them develop into the best instructors that they can be. We vet our instructors carefully, hiring practitioners with a minimum of five years experience and a demonstrated passion for helping our students to succeed. We are sorry to hear that your personal experience with your instructor did not meet your expectations, and we’d like to discuss this with you further so that we can make sure to provide you with the additional support that you may need (even after graduation).

Your student experience does not end on graduation day.  At The Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin it continues on even after the program ends. We support our students with a range of career services for 90 days after graduation. We would welcome an opportunity to provide you with additional learning support or career services, so please reach out to me (Brett) directly at 512-387-1914 so that we can discuss your individual needs at this time and help equip you for success.

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