Deep Dive Coding
Prospective students should have basic coding skills to apply. Deep Dive Coding looks for an applicant’s desire to become a programmer, hard work, enthusiasm, as well as an eagerness to learn in pairs and as part of a team. Deep Dive Coding has an expanding network of employers ready to hire graduates as software engineers and web developers. The bootcamp also provides professional development and coaching, along with guest speakers and professional and personal development modules, including personal branding, resume writing, and mock interviewing with local tech professionals.
Deep Dive Coding Bootcamps are a part of CNM Ingenuity, a nonprofit that helps Central New Mexico Community College pursue cooperative ventures in technology and entrepreneurship. After successful completion of a bootcamp, graduates receive a certificate of completion from CNM Ingenuity.
Recent Deep Dive Coding News
- June 2018 Coding Bootcamp Podcast
- May 2018 Coding Bootcamp News + Podcast
- November 2017 Coding Bootcamp News + Podcast
Deep Dive Java + Android + Salesforce
Deep Dive Java + Android + Salesforce is a 12-week (40+ hours per week) software development bootcamp taught at the CNM STEMulus Center in downtown Albuquerque. You’ll learn the fundamentals of Java, Android and Salesforce development to build modern, in-demand software that runs on and integrates multiple platforms. Graduate with truly marketable, high-income skills. Software developers are in demand everywhere, including here in Albuquerque where the unemployment rate for developers is just 1.9%. Jobs requiring coding skills pay an average of $22,000 per year more than jobs that don’t.
Application Deadline:October 26, 2018
- Payment Plan
- Scholarships available for underrepresented groups.
- Minimum Skill Level
- Entry level provided you have good computer skills.
- Prep Work
- One month of pre-work is required.
Deep Dive .NET
Learn in-demand technology skills fast! Can’t afford to quit your job to attend a coding bootcamp? Now you don’t have to! Deep Dive .NET is an immersive nights-and-weekends C# (pronounced C sharp) and .NET programming bootcamp that runs for ten weeks and will help you (including if you have no prior programming experience) become a Fullstack C# and .NET developer who is capable of landing an entry level position or start your own web development company. Facilitated by a very experienced programmer and educator, you will learn the basics of C#, advanced Object Oriented Programming, Model-View-Controller (MVC), CSS3 and HTML5, which will culminate with your robust website. You will use Visual Studio Online Team Foundation Server, build your own personal website, learn to host your website, and develop a project portfolio to impress your future employers and/or clients.
- Minimum Skill Level
- Basic computer skills
Web Development & Programming
Deep Dive Coding is a 10-week (40+ hours per week) web development and programming bootcamp in downtown Albuquerque, NM. You’ll learn the fundamentals of modern web development to build great websites, software, and apps.
- Contingency Fee
- Payment Plan
- Scholarships available for underrepresented groups
- Minimum Skill Level
- Basic computer and internet knowledge
- Prep Work
- Prework required to begin upon acceptance
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Our latest on Deep Dive Coding
In the coding bootcamp industry in June 2018 the biggest trend we saw was coding bootcamps funneling grads into apprenticeships! We also saw two big fundraises by bootcamp-adjacent organizations, we heard about some interesting new legislation which could change how online bootcamps operate, and some bootcamp alumni launched exciting new careers. We also look at the effect bootcamps are having on tech industries in areas around the world, which bootcamps are offering scholarships to help women and underrepresented groups launch tech careers, and partnerships bootcamps are forming with big companies like Facebook. Read the blog post or listen to the podcast!Continue Reading →
We read a lot of news about coding bootcamps in May 2018, so we chose the most interesting pieces, and we’re rounding it all up for you in this blog post and podcast! We look at yet another coding bootcamp acquisition, share many wonderful success stories about coding bootcamp graduates, touch on some partnerships between bootcamps and companies, and discuss the role of coding bootcamps in the future of education and talent pipelines. We also chat about diversity in tech at coding bootcamps, and roundup all the new schools, courses, and campuses! Read the roundup below, or listen to the podcast!Continue Reading →
On the Course Report Coding Bootcamp News Roundup, we keep you up to date with the blossoming coding bootcamp industry. This November, we're covering the WeWork/Flatiron School acquisition, over $2M in funding to various bootcamps, and why tech is booming in "Heartland" cities. Of course we also look at new schools, new campuses, and our favorite pieces to work on this month for the Course Report blog! Plus, is The Iron Yard back from the dead? Read the summary or listen to the podcast.Continue Reading →
Missed out on coding bootcamp news in April? Never fear, Course Report is here! We’ve collected everything in this handy blog post and podcast. This month, we read about why outcomes reporting is useful for students, how a number of schools are working to boost their diversity with scholarships, we heard about student experiences at bootcamp, plus we added a bunch of interesting new schools to the Course Report school directory! Read below or listen to our latest Coding Bootcamp News Roundup Podcast.Continue Reading →
A coding bootcamp can propel your career in tech to new heights, but that often means quitting a job, uprooting your life, or moving to a new city. Maybe you’re moving to a new city to become a developer and need a short-term housing option. Or perhaps you’re an international student without credit history. Regardless of your background, funds can become tight when committing to a full-time, intensive bootcamp, and suddenly expenses like rent and food can be stressful. Luckily, there are coding bootcamps that make housing easy.Continue Reading →
When coding bootcamps started gaining popularity, we wondered if tension would arise between traditional universities and these alternative education providers. On the contrary, a trend arose and universities have now been partnering with coding bootcamps for a few years now. When the Department of Education announced the EQUIP Initiative in October 2015, these collaborations were formalized by the US government; but EQUIP is just one example amongst the myriad of strategic and independent partnerships between universities and coding bootcamps.
Updated April 2018Continue Reading →