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Coding Dojo

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Coding Dojo is a unique coding bootcamp that teaches three full technology stacks in a single 14-week program. Coding Dojo has campuses in has campuses in Berkeley, Boise, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Jose, Seattle, Tulsa, Tysons Corner, and online. Students can choose to learn three of the industry’s most in-demand web development languages, including Python, Ruby on Rails, MEAN, Java or .NET Core. An online option is also available for students who don’t have access to campuses. In addition to an extensive curriculum, students receive 15 hours/day of mentored guidance, quick feedback in the evening from remote Teacher Assistants and tailored course content that accommodates both beginners and experienced developers. Students experience building advanced web applications, solving job-relevant problems and learning to think like true software engineers.

To apply, candidates answer questions via an online form, schedule an interview with a Coding Dojo staff member, then if accepted, must pay a deposit to secure their place.

Since 2012, Coding Dojo has endeavored to help individuals from a variety of backgrounds and skill levels transform into professional developers who go on to be hired by start-ups and world-class companies like Amazon, Apple, Expedia, Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, DocuSign and Skytap. For each student, Coding Dojo promises one-on-one sessions with a career advisor, open forums with industry leaders, and comprehensive job-hunting workshops.

Coding Dojo welcomes Veterans and accepts the GI Bill at selected campuses, as well as offering a Gap Year program for high school grads. Coding Dojo also provides various scholarship opportunities for qualified students.

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  • Gap Year Onsite Software Development Immersive Bootcamp

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$12,995
    Class size35
    LocationBoise, Orange County, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Chicago, Arlington, Tulsa, Dallas
    Spend 6 months of your gap year with Coding Dojo and become a self-sufficient software developer with hands-on programming experience though our in-depth three-stack curriculum—complete with real-time support from instructors, our industry-tested learning platform, hands-on assignments and much more. Ideal for students interested in web development who are not sure what career they want to focus on, this Gap Year bootcamp is a full-time immersive experience in which you will master the fundamentals of web and software development, learn 3 full stacks - Python, MEAN, and Java, and gain valuable skills for a career in tech. Personal Growth Discover who you are as a person and what you want to do in life Boost your motivation for further academic pursuit Become more mature, independent and self-aware about your strengths and weaknesses Career Ready Mindset Build important soft skills to enhance your academic performance in college Find the right fit major and career path based on your self-discovery Gap year graduates report that their gap year had significantly added to their employability Gap Year Curriculum Full stack Development Program - 14 weeks of immersive Web Development program (HTML/CSS/Javascript), Python, MEAN, Ruby, C#/.Net. Career Services - 2 weeks of career readiness workshops (resume, cover letter, networking, Linkedin profile) Project Based Internship - 4 Weeks of project based internship to build your own portfolio (weekly check-in with a mentor) Explore A New City The Gap Year Program is available at all of our campuses. Explore living in a new city while developing your tech skills. Learn By Doing You’ll start coding from day one of the course. Dive into a fast-paced, innovative learning environment that fosters collaboration, not competition. After graduation, you’ll jump straight into the job-hunt with the support of our career services team. You Get What You Put In Students are expected to dedicate at least 70 hours/week to the program, with the most successful students dedicating 70-90 hours/week. Our students often say that Coding Dojo is the most rewarding, yet difficult thing they’ve ever done. Life During the Course In the morning you’ll start with new curriculum that will build on top of what you learned the day before. Depending on the day, your morning may include an algorithm session, lecture, group activity, or a combination of all 3. Your afternoons and nights will be spent working through course content, assignments, and projects on the new curriculum for the day, with breakout sessions available upon request.
    Financing
    Deposit$1,000
    Financing
    Financing: Monthly financing plans available via Skills Fund

    Tuition Plans$1,000 deposit followed by 2 payments or monthly payment plans available via Skills Fund.
    Refund / GuaranteeDeposits are required to reserve your seat in the bootcamp, and are refundable until day 1 of class.
    ScholarshipScholarships up to $4,000 are available for veterans, women, and other underrepresented groups in the technology industry. Email scholarships@codingdojo.com to learn more.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Software Development Immersive Bootcamp - Full-time

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,995
    Class size40
    LocationOnline, Dallas
    Our Online Full-Time Immersive Bootcamp is a remote learning alternative that provides online access to our in-depth three-stack curriculum—complete with real-time support from instructors, our industry-tested learning platform, hands-on assignments and much more. Ideal for students interested in web development who cannot attend our on-campus programs, this online bootcamp is a full-time immersive experience in which you will master the fundamentals of web and software development, and 3 full stacks - Python, MEAN, and Java - over 14 weeks, learning valuable skills for a career in tech. On a national scale, 94%* of our alumni land a job in 180 days after graduating, with an average salary of $76,000 per year. Learn more at https://www.codingdojo.com/full-time-online-bootcamp Your Career Starts From Day 1 Your career as a full-stack software developer starts on your first day. Within 14 weeks we’ll turn you into a self-sufficient, well-rounded software developer who has all the critical skills to have a long, healthy career in tech. Three Full Stacks & Self-Sufficiency Our goal is to train you into a self-sufficient, versatile developer through our 3 Stack Curriculum. In 14 weeks, you’ll learn 3 in-demand stacks in the industry, have a portfolio to show, and have triple the job prospects, as every company uses a different stack. Learn By Doing You’ll start coding from day one of the course. Dive into a fast-paced, innovative learning environment that fosters collaboration, not competition. After graduation, you’ll jump straight into the job-hunt with the support of our career services team. You Get What You Put In Students are expected to dedicate at least 70 hours/week to the program, with the most successful students dedicating 70-90 hours/week. Our students often say that Coding Dojo is the most rewarding, yet difficult thing they’ve ever done. Life During the Course In the morning you’ll start with new curriculum that will build on top of what you learned the day before. Depending on the day, your morning may include an algorithm session, lecture, group activity, or a combination of all 3. Your afternoons and nights will be spent working through course content, assignments, and projects on the new curriculum for the day, with breakout sessions available upon request. Career Services We offer career support to all students and alumni to help accomplish their short and long-term career goals. Whether you're applying for your first job or you're an industry veteran, we understand that building a career is a life-long process. Participants of the program will have access to a wide range of services, such as one-on-one sessions with a career advisor, open forums with industry leaders, comprehensive job-hunting workshops, and more!
    Financing
    Deposit$1000
    Financing
    Monthly financing plans available via SkillsFund

    Tuition Plans $1,000 deposit followed by 2 payments or monthly payment plans available via Skills Fund.
    Refund / GuaranteeDeposits are required to reserve your seat in the bootcamp and are refundable until day 1 of class.
    ScholarshipScholarships up to $4,000 available for veterans, women, and other underrepresented groups in the technology industry. Email scholarships@codingdojo.com to learn more.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Online Software Development Immersive Bootcamp - Part-time

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    MySQL, HTML, Git, JavaScript, Django, jQuery, CSS, Algorithms, Python
    OnlinePart Time20 Hours/week20 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,995
    Class size30
    LocationOnline
    Our Part-Time Online Web Development Bootcamp is a flexible evening and weekend course that teaches web fundamentals and a full Python stack — complete with real-time support from instructors, our industry-tested learning platform, hands-on assignments and much more. Ideal for students who cannot attend our on-campus programs, or commit to a full-time course, you'll learn the skills needed to become a self-sufficient developer in as little as 20-25 hours per week. Comprehensive Curriculum Develop projects in a vast range of technologies, starting with front-end development in Web Fundamentals. From there, dive into back-end development centers around Python and put on the finer touches with AJAX and modularization. Top it off with 4 weeks of project building and algorithms. Live Instructor Support Receive hands-on support from our instruction team through live evening classes twice a week, multiple office hours, plus evening weekend support through our chat forum. Top-Tier Platform Quickly learn the essentials of the most in-demand technologies through our online Learning Platform, which has trained thousands of Coding Dojo students. Code From Home Experience the accelerated training of our on-campus bootcamps from the comfort of your home without quitting your day job. You’re only required to dedicate at least 20 - 25 hours per week toward during the bootcamp. Career Services We offer career support to all students and alumni to help accomplish their short and long-term career goals. Whether you're applying for your first job or you're an industry veteran, we understand that building a career is a life-long process. Participants of the program will have access to a wide range of services, such as one-on-one sessions with a career advisor, open forums with industry leaders, comprehensive job-hunting workshops, and more!
    Financing
    Deposit$1000
    Financing
    Monthly financing plans available via SkillsFund
    Tuition Plans$1,000 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of $2,248.75
    Refund / GuaranteeDeposits are refundable until day 1 of class.
    ScholarshipScholarships up to $4,000 available for veterans, women, and other underrepresented groups in the technology industry. Email scholarships@codingdojo.com to learn more.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • Onsite Software Development Immersive Bootcamp - Full-time

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    CostN/A
    Class size35
    LocationBoise, Orange County, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Chicago, Arlington, Tulsa, Dallas
    Our Onsite Full-Time Immersive Bootcamp will teach you more than coding - you'll learn how to solve problems and be a self-sufficient developer. When you're fully immersed in our three full stack curriculum, you'll master the fundamental building blocks of web and software development, making you a highly valuable, desirable asset throughout your career. The 14-week course includes real-time support from instructors, our industry-tested learning platform, hands-on assignments and much more. Ideal for students interested in fast-tracking a successful career in tech, this onsite bootcamp is a full-time immersive experience in which you will master the fundamentals of web and software development, and 3 full stacks - Python, MEAN, and Java - over 14 weeks, learning valuable skills for a career in tech. On a national scale, 94%* of our alumni land a job in 180 days after graduating, with an average salary of $76,000 per year. Learn more at https://www.codingdojo.com/full-time-online-bootcamp Your Career Starts From Day 1 Your career as a full-stack software developer starts on your first day. Within 14 weeks we’ll turn you into a self-sufficient, well-rounded software developer who has all the critical skills to have a long, healthy career in tech. Three Full Stacks & Self-Sufficiency Our goal is to train you into a self-sufficient, versatile developer through our 3 Stack Curriculum. In 14 weeks, you’ll learn 3 in-demand stacks in the industry, have a portfolio to show, and have triple the job prospects, as every company uses a different stack. Learn By Doing You’ll start coding from day one of the course. Dive into a fast-paced, innovative learning environment that fosters collaboration, not competition. After graduation, you’ll jump straight into the job-hunt with the support of our career services team. You Get What You Put In Students are expected to dedicate at least 70 hours/week to the program, with the most successful students dedicating 70-90 hours/week. Our students often say that Coding Dojo is the most rewarding, yet difficult thing they’ve ever done. Life During the Course In the morning you’ll start with new curriculum that will build on top of what you learned the day before. Depending on the day, your morning may include an algorithm session, lecture, group activity, or a combination of all 3. Your afternoons and nights will be spent working through course content, assignments, and projects on the new curriculum for the day, with breakout sessions available upon request. Career Services We offer career support to all students and alumni to help accomplish their short and long-term career goals. Whether you're applying for your first job or you're an industry veteran, we understand that building a career is a life-long process. Participants of the program will have access to a wide range of services, such as one-on-one sessions with a career advisor, open forums with industry leaders, comprehensive job-hunting workshops, and more! *Published in February 2018, this is based upon a survey that was sent to alumni who graduated between January 2015 and October 2017. Out of the respondents, 94% are employed full time in field. 75% of alumni find jobs within 3 months.
    Financing
    Deposit$1000
    Financing
    Monthly financing plans available via SkillsFund

    Tuition Plans $1,000 deposit followed by 2 payments or monthly payment plans available via Skills Fund.
    Refund / GuaranteeDeposits are required to reserve your seat in the bootcamp, and are refundable until day 1 of class.
    ScholarshipUp to $4,000 in scholarships available for veterans, women, and other underrepresented groups in the technology industry. Email scholarships@codingdojo.com to learn more.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBeginner
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Dylan Thierbach • Graduate
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    I had a really good experience with my Coding Dojo course over the past 6 months. There's a lot of information that they teach you and it gives you a solid foundation to build upon your programming skills, whether you're brand new or have some exposure already. The instructors are fantastic and engaging. Plus the instructors and TA's are always around and happy to answer any questions you might have, so the support available to you is invaluable. That's not to say it's an easy ride and all you have to do is attend; you will definitely have to put some time into it to get the best results. What you put in is what you get out, but if you're driven to learn, then you will get a lot out of this course.

  • Coding Dojo review
    - 4/11/2019
    Brian • Graduate
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    I completed the Coding Dojo on-site web development bootcamp in an effort to change career directions. I came into the program with a background in quality assurance testing in an IBM mainframe environment and only had some early HTML 2/3 and Java experience from the long past epoch of GeoCities pages with embedded MIDI files and too many animated GIFs so this course ended up being quite the catch-up experience for modern web standards and practices.

    The course takes a very wide and shallow approach to various web technologies including HTML and CSS, then moves on to Python, JavaScript, and lastly C#. JavaScript, Python, and C# are introduced in a general fashion for each leg of the course with students learning how to write algorithms and solving computing problems with them and then later learning how to use common frameworks with those languages. Angular and Express.js were covered for JavaScript. Django and Flask were utilized for Python. C# was used within ASP.NET MVC. Learning these languages and frameworks is done via reading materials and lectures from instructors.

    Even though the approach is wide and shallow the curriculum is aggressively paced and taking this course is effectively a full-time commitment. If you are not able to devote 40-50 hours a week to the program you probably aren't going to have a good time.

    The course also includes several "project weeks" where a theme will be presented for students to create coding projects around. There is a lot of flexibility for students to create anything they want even using technologies that aren't necessarily covered in the normal curriculum.

    I found the instructors to be friendly, helpful, and extremely knowledgeable about the technologies. One gripe is that some of the teaching material is presented in the form of videos rather than written word which I personally do not like, but video content is the direction everyone is going so I guess I should get used to it. As of this writing I'd estimate only about 15-20% of the material is in video form.

    The post bootcamp job hunting materials were also useful and based on real world experiences with useful tips on what to do and also what to avoid in resume writing, LinkedIn management, and actual interviews.

    Overall, I would recommend this course for people looking to get into web development (front or back end) and aren't really sure where to start. For the more experienced coder or someone with a specific technology in mind Coding Dojo does offer courses more focused on certain areas that may be of interest.

  • Perspective
    - 2/25/2019
    Joseph • Graduate
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    Coding Dojo... 

    If you don't have any coding experience i encourage you to learn on your own especially if you have an idea of what languages you may or will be learning while at the bootcamp(you should).I was in the bottom half in terms of coding skills in my cohort, but the great thing about onsite learning is you have intelligent and very hard working cohort mates that are happy to help aswell as the instructors who are great too. My only regrets is that i didn't come in to the coding dojo with more of a foundtational set of skills it would of made my bootcamp time better as well as keeping my work ethic and motivation high through out the bootcamp which was like a rollercoaster. It's alot better to be ahead than to be on track or struggling to stay afloat.It relieves pressure which allows you to code more efficiently and work on projects during project week.If you're looking to be a FULLSTACK developer coding dojo is the way to go. 

  • Dedication is key!
    - 2/15/2019
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    I really enjoyed my time at the Seattle campus of Coding Dojo. A huge reason for that was because of the great staff and my amazing cohort! While attending this bootcamp I really understood what it meant to be a self-sufficient web developer. I came into this bootcamp having little to no experience in web development, but if you really dedicate your time to learning the curriculum and live by their mantra, "Strength through struggle" I can guarantee that you can become a great web developer.

    The staff/instructors were really great in their own ways, they were helpful, caring, and steered you in the right direction. They really care about each student and making sure that they fully understand what is going on in the curriculum, they are always there for you whenever you are stuck in your code and dont know what to do.

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    I came to Coding Dojo with a little bit of experience in computer science. I gained a lot of knowledge and learned a lot from there within 14 weeks. The instructors are really helpful and knowledgeable.

    Their 20 minutes rule is training us to become independent and self-sufficient developers since we have to figure out how to fix the bugs and how to improve our codes on our own by reading documents online when we work in tech industry. I highly recommend Coding dojo to future developers who are willing to learn and put efforts.

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    I recently graduated from Coding Dojo taking the full time online course with stacks in Web Fundamentals, Python, and MEAN.  For background information my first programming boot camp experience was as a resident student at Skill Distillery in Colorado with a four month boot camp focusing on Java 8 using Spring, MySQL, and AngularJS 1.5.  I also entered the bootcamp scene with a Bachelor Degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering from UT in Austin with my first two years as a Computer Science Major.  I graduated from Skill Distillery's boot camp in 2017 and decided to attend another boot camp after getting a job at The Washington Post as a Software Developer because they were using Python, MongoDB, ReactJS among other technologies I had no exposure to.

    What led me to Coding Dojo is their advertisments of five full stacks, online courses, and physical location near my geographic area in Northern Virginia.  I should also note in addition to working while attending Coding Dojo's full time online course, I was also in my first year as a graduate student pursuing a Master degree in Software Engineering from George Mason University. 

    I will save a true review of my experiences and some comparative analysis of the two boot camps including online versus resident after I hopefully recieve a response from someone at Coding Dojo about taking additional stacks. I hate leaving a cliff hanger like this but since Coding Dojo advertises five stacks and partially why I chose their program, it is only fair I defer until I get the full monty.  Coding Dojo, as an alumn I have made multiple attempts in getting information in how to gain access to advertised resources, if I do not receive a response within a resonable amount of time, I will write a full review based on my own assumptions.

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    - 1/29/2019
    Rabin Gora • Alumni • Graduate
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    I have a good experience in Coding dojo, seattle. All the instructor are very nice. they give us mission assignments to complete within a day. It was just a lot of assignments and learnings which i enjoyed a lot and gave my full commitment to complete the assignements. The TA s are very experienced over there epecially Prescott. Prescott was alwyas there to help students and we can tell he loves helping students.

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    (This is coming from someone with a CS background)

     

    Overall good experience from the coding dojo. I already knew a few programming languages prior to the bootcamp so the overall experience wasn't too difficult. 

    As for people who didn't have any coding experience, the initial phase seemed to weed out those who didn't prepare for the bootcamp effectively. I would highly recommend doing the pre-bootcamp work before the bootcamp starts if you do not have any coding experience.

    Make sure to go to algorithms in the morning, even though many people seem to think that it is not important. When interviewing, you are guaranteed to be given alogorithm questions.

    Also, make sure to invest quality time on your end-of-stack project. These projects are going to be critical for your resume so dont skip doing the projects just because they dont get graded. In my opinion, a strong project is much more important than getting a black vs a red belt.

    I have not found a job yet, but I have only started searching recently. The seattle location is currently looking to hire a recruiter to work at the dojo and help alumni, so I will be utilyzing that option once it becomes available if I need to.

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    I came into the coding dojo with already a background in Computer Science,(I have a mscs) and a goal in mind to refocus my career towards development as well as to learn new technologies.

    I have to say I enjoyed every day I attended, the instructors were super helpful and cheerful, you can tell they like their job by the passion they demonstrate during lessons and the immediate willingness to help with any problems you may have. That being said, it is a very demanding curriculum and you're expected to not just look at the instructors for answers, but to challenge yourself to research and solve it first.

    I won't say the bootcamp is for everyone, it is meant to teach you the basics of 3 fullstacks so that you can take that knowledge and build on it on your own.

    If you're in a similar situation to mine, or if you want to learn coding but don't want to be confined to one technology, I would no questions recomend this course. If you're, however, looking for a course to teach you a particular techonoly very in depth, I don't think this would be your best bet.

  • Greg Friedlander • FE Angular Dev • Graduate
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    I highly recommend the onsite-bootcamp that Coding Dojo offers. Before I began the course, I spent years working odd jobs with no real career path. I had always been good with computers and was curious about programming. After doing some research and attending a couple of free intro classes at Coding Dojo, I decided to enroll. It has been one of the best descisions I have made.

    If you put in the time and do all the work the way you are supposed to, you will be in a great position to find a job a few months after graduating. I was easily spending 10 hours a day on campus...but it wasn't hard to maintain those hours. The curriculum was engaging and very practical. You always had the sense that you weren't learning anything you didn't need to know, and were being put in a position to master the skills employers are looking for. The instructors are all extremely knowledgeable and are always there to help. Don't be afraid to ask questions!

    Post bootcamp, Coding Dojo offered guidance throughout the job search. It is important to note that the program doesn't actual place you, but if you take their advice and learn through their experience in the field, you will be in a great position to land your first developer role. Don't expect to land something right away though. It took me almost 7 months to land my current job, but I ended in a position where I'm truly happy -- which was the whole point of the career change! You need to keep working as hard as you did during the bootcamp on your own -- building out your portfolio and sharpening your skills. If you do this, the hardwork will all be worth it. 

    If you're not prepared to work extremely hard, this is not the path for you. This is all about commitment. You have to put in the long hours and want to learn the material. No job is going to hire you just because you went to a bootcamp. You must put in the work. 

    The Dojo had a wonderful staff all around. I truly enjoyed my time there and couldn't recommend it enough to any prospective student who's seriously looking for a career change. Good luck! 

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    I came into the Coding Dojo bootcamp with very little prior coding experience. However, I found out that becoming a good developer is possible even if that person had totally different background. I also came from a different background and decided to change my career to Web developer after taking a basic Python course from online. One of the reasons I want to become a web developer is that I can create whatever I can think of with coding.  In order to learn more and improve my coding skills, I decided to attend a coding bootcamp.

    The reasons I chose Coding Dojo were that it offers 3 full stacks and also has a great curriculum. I gained a lot of knowledge and learned a lot from there within 14 weeks. The instructors are really helpful and knowledgeable. Their teaching strategies are really helping us to become efficient developers. Their 20 minutes rule is training us to become independent and self-sufficient developers since we have to figure out how to fix the bugs and how to improve our codes on our own by reading documents online when we work in tech industry.

    I also like their career advising since the advisor is really helpful and provides us a great source of strategies and tips in networking and interview processes.

    I really recommend Coding dojo to future web developers who are willing to learn and put a lot of efforts in order to become a self-sufficient developer. 

  • Grace Jansen • Software Engineer • Graduate
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    Before Coding Dojo, I was looking for a career switch. I had a degree in Chemical Engineering, but had realized that I had no passion for a career as a process engineer. I was introduced to Coding Dojo through reviews and blogs online, and decided to go for it. After 14 weeks of the program, I came out with 2 job offers, a portfolio of functioning web applications, and a new found passion and knowledge for software engineering. Coding Dojo was an intensive program that you get what you put into; the instructors were always available and amazingly knowledgable. Not only did they always assist and provide guidance for the required projects and assignments, they also aided with side projects and technology stacks and concepts that were beyond the scope of the course, but were of interest of myself and other students. I am so grateful for my experience and knowledge I have gleaned from this program.

Thanks!