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Coding House

Average Rating3.88
33 Reviews
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Coding House is a 14-week Full Immersion Software Development Bootcamp in Silicon Valley designed for rapid retention and comprehension. Instructors and mentors at Coding House are thought leaders, keynote speakers, and award-winning published authors. Students learn Full Stack web development, with a focus on JavaScript, Node.JS, Angular.JS, Mobile Hybrid, and various JavaScript frameworks. The program is the only full immersion live-in bootcamp in the world, and ...

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  • Samuel Robertson
    Full Stack Developer • Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Oct 11, 2016
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    Hardcore and a Fun Place to be. Great ROI

    My name is Sam Robertson, I’m a full stack developer at Revolution Messaging. Ever heard of Bernie Sanders? That was the company that helped drive the donation platform and I get to be a part of its’ future. I graduated from PennState in PA in 2015 with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and decided that I wanted to do something different. I love my degree, a hard science will always help you along the way, but I chose to go to Coding House to get the knowledge and experience I needed t...

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  • Reena A
    Student • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Oct 04, 2016
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    Learning guaranteed

    CodingHouse provides practical means of becoming a full stack developer in 3.5 months time period. They offer web development lessons, clarification sessions, real interviewing skills every week. Success is guaranteed for those who are determined and willing to finish the coursework.

    Due to the intensity of the coursework, one may feel a little lost in the middle. But if one has the passion for software development these long hours, typically from 9 AM - 11 PM ( Mon - Sat ) will ...

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  • Nicholas D.
    Student • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Sep 25, 2016
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    Misleading Claims and Illegal Business Practices

    I attended Coding House from February to May 2016. I can't say my time there was a complete loss, but if you're looking for a coding bootcamp, I'd recommend looking elsewhere. Other reviews have already discussed issues like inexperienced instructors, disorganized curriculum, cramped living conditions, and lack of job support after graduation. This review will focus on illegal practices, false or misleading claims, and hostile business practices.

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  • Deanna
    Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Sep 15, 2016
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    Wouldn't be where I am today without having attended

    I had read both the good and bad reviews online but I still wanted to come out here over various other bootcamps I had thoroughly researched because of its unique all-inclusive, all-immersive package deal of room and board and instruction right downstairs, and also because of its scholarship opportunities for women. My review below is solely based off my personal experience as a student of the February cohort this year.

    Pros:

    1. The live-in, full-immersion aspect seals ...

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  • Charles Watson
    Developer Consultant • Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Apr 18, 2016
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    Coding House 2015 Fall/Winter Cohort

    My name is Charles Watson and I am a developer consultant in Cincinnati, Ohio. I ended up at Coding House directly after graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. I was a few months from graduating with a degree in international economics and my biggest regret was not getting a computer science degree. I knew I wanted to be a part of the development world but I also knew that I lacked any real experience, skills, or an understanding of how to break in and pursue my dream career. I ...

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  • Anonymous
    Web Developer • Student • Silicon Valley
    Mar 31, 2016
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    A unique bootcamp

    PROGRAM OVERVIEW:   The first half of the program is ~7 weeks of intense study and work. When I say intense, I mean REALLY intense. Frameworks are piled on to you one after another, and there is no way to fully understand everything you are being shown. Class is from 9-6, six days a week, with nightly projects that lasted me until 1am. Usually I’d spend at least half of Sunday reviewing concepts. There is one main instructor and guest...
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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Mar 16, 2016
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    It worked for me!

    It worked for me!

    I just read one persons review (I was in the same cohort) and yes they had some problems but I learned more in a shorter period of time then I have ever learned before. I now have a great job making really great money in SF. There is still a lot for me to learn when it comes to coding but now I know how to learn it.

    I worked my butt off during the program and it was hard. The instructor in the first half of the program was great. He was very enthusiast...

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  • Anonymous
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    Mar 13, 2016
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    Coding House is scammy

    I went here. Curriculum is loosely based. I don't recommend it because there is only one instructor that you get everyday, 6 days a week. Understandably, the instructor is quite burnt out. Graduates teach, not industry proven experts or career programmers. I went in with the expectation that someone who has worked as a Javascript engineer would be the teacher. You will learn but it is nothing worthy of thousands of dollars, in my opinion.

    You pay for 12 weeks of instruction but e...

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  • Jillian
    web developer • Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Mar 04, 2016
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    Cozy Coding House


    “Coding House” is not a deceptive title, Coding House is a house. An actual house. Actually it’s two houses. The first half of the program takes place in “CH1”, which reminds me of the house from the Brady Bunch, but with a different staircase. Besides the stairs, the other noticeable difference between the Brady’s house and CH1 is the “classroom”  where the living room should be. I’m using quotes because the classroom is not a lecture hall or a computer lab. It’s a living room. Ther...

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  • Christian
    Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Jan 12, 2016
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    Scientific Software Development!

    In the months before I got my Ph.D. I had been seriously considering enrolling in an undergraduate program in computer science once I finished. My degree is in an interdisciplinary hybrid of computer and biological sciences, Functional Genomics, but even though I created a novel algorithm for analyzing brain wave data, I had done so in a vacuum - I’d never worked with software developers, I had no experience of how software development was actually done, and I wanted to change that to be a...

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  • Alice
    Full Stack Web Developer • Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Nov 18, 2015
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    Excellent bootcamp, got an awesome job because of them

    My Coding House experience has been generally positive, with a few rough spots that were all quickly fixed.  I applied to Coding House on their website and got an interview invite a few days later.  Since I was close by, I got invited for an in - person interview.  The house seemed nice, and there was a friendly, collaborative atmosphere, and the TAs as well as students knew the material well.  The one complaint I had at the time was that the whole house was a ...
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  • Joseph Benkual
    Software Developer • Graduate • Web Development Full Immersion • Silicon Valley
    Oct 22, 2015
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    A great environment for learning

    My name is Joe, and I am a software developer. I graduated from University of California, Davis in 2009 with a computer science degree. I had lots of experience with coding in C++ as well as some web development using Angular and NodeJS before joining the Coding House program. While I had a good amount of experience on my resume, I never really stood out as a candidate. Coding House seemed like a great way to fill any gaps in my knowledge and to get help building a solid sho...
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Imogen Crispe
Published December 29, 2016
  Welcome to our last monthly coding bootcamp news roundup of 2016! Each month, we look at all the happenings from the coding bootcamp world from new bootcamps to fundraising announcements, to interesting trends we’re talking about in the office. This December, we heard about a bootcamp scholarship from Uber, employers who are happily hiring bootcamp grads, investments from New York State ...
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Published June 30, 2015
So you’ve decided to pursue a coding bootcamp. All that it takes is a cursory review of Quora, Reddit, or even here on Course Report, and the uninitiated can locate a range of opinions on almost every bootcamp in existence. The key point to remember is that your reasons for beginning your coding journey are yours. Let your goals and background be the filter in which you read this post or ...
Harry Hantel
Published May 12, 2015
Located in the heart of the tech world in Silicon Valley, Coding House is a 60 day full immersion bootcamp. One of the few “live-in bootcamps,” Coding House teaches full stack web development with a focus on JavaScript technologies and Rails. We’re breaking down Coding House’s 100% Scholarship for Female Developers!   Women in Tech 90% of software developers are men. One of the bigg...
Liz Eggleston
Published April 15, 2014
Most programming bootcamps describe themselves as “immersive,” with students spending up to 80 hours per week in front of their computer screens and in lecture, learning to code. Coding House takes this immersive model one step further, setting their cohorts up in a house during their 8-week tenure at the program.   More time to code should equate to better coders, right? But we’ve seen The ...

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