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When learning to code – or considering learning to code – it’s wise to look at software engineering job descriptions to see what type of jobs interest you, and the skills you need to acquire to qualify for those jobs. However, job descriptions can sometimes be scary. Even some entry-level developer postings solicit 2+ years experience and a university Computer Science (CS) degree.Continue Reading →
An anomaly to some, an enigma to many, the remote software engineer is a very real thing. Perhaps you’ve already considered that after a coding bootcamp, all you need is your laptop and decent wifi to be a productive software developer... from anywhere. Whether you wish to work from exotic locations, or simply work from home, becoming a remote developer helps you design the lifestyle you want. With modern communication tools, cloud-based file sharing and the global demand for software engineers – coding bootcamp grads truly have the world at their fingertips. But before you sell all your belongings and buy a one-way ticket to [insert dream location], read on for important considerations and tips from CodingNomads on finding remote work after a coding bootcamp.Continue Reading →
Missed any news about coding bootcamps from June 2017? Course Report is here for you! We’ve compiled the most important news and developments in this blog post and podcast. In June, we heard John Oliver and Megyn Kelly talk about bootcamps, we read about new investments in bootcamps, a number of newspapers wrote about the impact bootcamps are having at a local level, and we were excited to hear about more diversity initiatives and scholarships. Plus we round up all the new campuses and new coding bootcamps around the world.Continue Reading →
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 and a Tokyo-based staffing firm, diversity in tech, and as usual, new coding schools, courses, and campuses!Continue Reading →
How much do coding bootcamps cost? From students looking for free coding bootcamps to those wondering if an $18,000 bootcamp is worth it, we understand that cost is important to future bootcampers! While the average full-time coding bootcamp in the US costs $13,584, bootcamp tuition can range from $7,800 to $21,000, and some coding bootcamps have deferred tuition. So how do you decide what to budget for? Here, we break down the costs of coding bootcamps from around the USA.