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What was once an idyllic pipedream of working from a laptop on the beach, remote work has become a global reality - and necessity. Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the world now works remotely. For some, jumping on Zoom calls and working online is basically business as usual. Unfortunately for others, social distancing at home means no work at all. Despite much of the world slowing down, software engineers continue to be in extremely high demand. Now more than ever, learning skills to work remotely can safeguard your career against whatever life throws your way. And once life returns to normal, you'll be able to work remotely and have your coconut on the beach, too. Keep reading for important considerations, tips, and resources from CodingNomads on finding remote developer jobs 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 →
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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 or offer ISAs. So how do you decide what to budget for? Here, we break down the costs of coding bootcamps from around the USA.