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CVCC Coding Bootcamp

Cleveland

CVCC Coding Bootcamp

Avg Rating:5.0 ( 1 reviews )

NOTE: CVCC Coding Bootcamp is closed, but their parent company, Cuyahoga Valley Career Center is still open for several other Adult Education programs.

CVCC Coding Bootcamp was powered by Collective Education offers full-time, 14-week and part-time, 24-week full stack web development bootcamp in Cleveland, Ohio. The bootcamp covers the fundamentals of web development including, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, JSON, Bash, jQuery, Angular.js, Express.js, Vue.js, Node.js, Bootstrap, Git, MySQL, plus Scrum/Agile product development methodologies.

Students will learn through coding projects, mock technical interviews from local employers, networking events, guest lectures, and more. Each course culminates in a client-driven development project for a local non-profit agency. This provides students the ability to build a production-worthy application to add to their resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and GitHub portfolios. 

CVCC Coding Bootcamp is focused on providing an immersive education that teaches students to think and solve problems like seasoned programmers. Small class sizes ensure a solid mentorship experience, with strong guidance to becoming a self-sustaining developer. Students are also provided personalized career assistance both pre-and post-graduation.

CVCC Coding Bootcamp operates in partnership with Collective Education, and courses are held at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center.

Recent CVCC Coding Bootcamp Reviews: Rating 5.0

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    • Full Stack Web Development

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      MySQL, JavaScript
      In PersonPart Time23 Weeks
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      Cost
      $5,999
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      Location
      Cleveland
      Students will learn to create user interfaces, animated elements, develop algorithms, read APIs, query data, build full-fledged applications using JavaScript.
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    • Randy L.
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      Kurt and Jeff's instruction has allowed me to enter an industry where job prospects are limitless; not only will they teach you programming languages, but they'll explain why you'd use it, how you'd use it, and how to transfer your working knowledge over into using other systems and concepts. It's not easy, you'll need to apply your patience consistently, and you're going to have to set your pride aside for a bit, because you are definitely going to hit roadblocks. Don't worry, though, these two wholeheartedly care about what they're teaching, and they wont allow you to shut down. They're both insistent on pulling you through and answering your questions, no matter how dumb you think you're going to sound. Trust me, I was in those shoes, and they always gave me a full and logical explanation. When your program is all said and done, and you understand that you're going to have to discipline yourself to keep pushing forward, the only problem you're going to have is figuring out which direction you want to take your career.

    Thanks!