From day one, students are taught how to think like software engineers, working on real-world projects in a collaborative environment. The devCodeCamp instructional team brings knowledge and passion as well as patience and empathy. The curriculum was designed with the demands of the market at the forefront, yet their core philosophy is to teach software concepts transferable to any programming language. Both programs also cover job-seeking strategies, personal branding, resumes, and interview workshops.
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OnlineFull Time14 Weeks
Start Date Rolling Start Date Cost $15,500 Class size N/A Location MilwaukeeWhat does it mean to be a software developer? At devCodeCamp, we believe it means you dream big, want to solve problems and think creatively. We take you through the entire process of making applications that people can use every day. This not only includes the functionality of the software but how do you optimize it to run efficiently and in the manner it was intended. To dive into software development on your own can be overwhelming. There seem to be countless libraries, frameworks, and programming languages. We, at devCodeCamp, simplify the process for you with an easy to understand curriculum and personal lectures and projects. Learn more: http://devcodecamp.com/software-development-bootcamp/ From the start, you will dive into programming languages and tools used by major corporations and tech companies. Our projects harness the fun of coding along with the challenges commonly faced by software developers.
Deposit N/A Financing
Minimum Skill Level Beginner Placement Test Yes Interview Yes
OnlinePart Time16 Weeks
Start Date None scheduled Cost $15,500 Class size N/A Location MilwaukeeWith devCodeCamp's Web Development Program you will be learning and using modern technologies (MERN FullStack) so that you can hit the ground running at a company. The majority of your immersive online Bootcamp is project-based learning.
Deposit N/A FinancingSkills Fund, Climb Credit, VA Benefits for veterans
Minimum Skill Level Beginner Placement Test No Interview Yes
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- Great Experience- 11/8/2018Kim • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via LinkedIn
I was lucky that a friend connected me to devCode when I was looking for a career change. From my first visit, the staff were honest about the expectations of students; they told me it was going to be challenging work. I came into the course with a mindset that I would need to dedicate myself to the work. Throughout the process, I was given the challenging work I was promised. I was able to do the work because of the instructors that are literally available day and night to help when you get stuck. Students have constant access to qualified instructors (who love what they do) during the day, and then are able to use Slack to connect with them after hours. One of the best parts of this camp is the director of curriculum. As a former teacher, I know good instruction when I see it. He uses best practices consistently in his planning. Everything is organized, the lectures do not shy away from giving the theory behind concepts, and the projects are carefully planned. In addition, I received quick and beneficial feedback on every project I completed. With this skill set and having proved that I can create fully functioning web applications in just 3 months, I feel confident going into my first career. I should add, there are excellent career services for grads. There is a full time former recruiter who knows the hiring landscape incredibly well. If you go to this school, you will have a team of people helping you to find your first job and beyond. If you’ve been looking for a bootcamp, I can’t imagine a better place to start a new career.
- Incredibly challenging, equally rewarding.- 10/29/2018Ryan O • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via LinkedIn
Ten years ago, after graduating high school, I started attending college for computer programming. I completed some courses, but life moved me in a different direction. Fast forward to June 2018, I decided to make a move back toward my goal of being a programmer. I have a friend who had gone through devCodeCamp and had landed an incredible job shortly after graduation, so I decided to also attend.
I’m not going to sugar-coat anything. The program is incredibly challenging. It is a fast-paced, full-time course where the goal is to go from zero experience to being ready for a real junior software developer job in 12 weeks. The course is built around solving real-world business problems the same way you would on the job. Google and Microsoft documentation will become your best friend! The instructors are always there to answer questions if you need help, but it is always expected that you try your best attempt at solving the problem, then if you cannot find the answer, the instructors will help guide you.
As well as being challenging, it is even more rewarding! I learned more in my first week at devCodeCamp than I had learned in my entire coding experience before I attended, including my time in college. Their method of teaching truly works for learning quickly and effectively without focusing on things that aren’t applicable to a development job. The instructors are top notch and Paul (recruiter and job-search-guru) is always there for help with anything regarding your resume or job search questions. They are always working tirelessly to make sure that students are getting the best education and career advice they can!
To wrap up, my opinion is: if you are willing to put in the work and dedication it takes to become a software developer, this program is a GREAT start to a future career in coding! It really is a ton of fun in the process and it really does work!
- Software Development Bootcamp Experience- 10/18/2018Esteban Barajas • Developer • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via GitHub
- Bring your A-game and you won't be disappointed- 8/15/2018Misty M. • Test Engineer • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via LinkedIn
This is a great program that literally takes you from knowing nothing about coding to being able to hold down a (well-paying) job in a very short amount of time. What more is there to say?? The instructors are nice, the atmosphere is relaxing, and the hours are good.
I went from working on the weekends as a janitor to being employed as a test engineer. I spent 3 months learning coding at devCodeCamp, and about 3 months after graduation I had a job. It's a happenin' field that is only going up, so I'd suggest hopping on the bandwagon!
A word of caution, though--it's not for everyone. Not everyone is willing to give their all, be frustrated continuously (it's part of the learning process), and not quit. Make sure you want to do all of these things, and you will succeed!
I can honestly say that going here was a blast. I looked forward to Mondays so I could go start another week at devCodeCamp. :)
- Intense. But worth it.- 8/18/2017Jennifer Endisch • Software Testing Engineer • Graduate • Course: Full Time Web Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via LinkedInI came to devCode with very little to no experience writing code. Throughout the 14 weeks in this camp I learned more than I could have ever expected to. It's all about what you put into it. They teach you the skills you need to be successful, help with getting your resume clean and relative, and then it's up to you to continue the process and go find a job. I showed up everyday, even after I finished the program, until I got a job. They helped me all along the way because I was putting in the effort... if you're expecting a walk in the park course this isn't for you. It's intense. But I now have a wonderful job doing something I truly love everyday at one of the biggest company's in the state and I'm loving life.
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- Aaron J • Software Engineer I • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: Milwaukee • Verified via LinkedInI attended devCodeCamp in the spring of 2017. My background included work in transportation research, and teaching. I had previously obtained two majors and a masters degree from traditional colleges, but didn't have success finding gainful employment in Southern Wisconsin. So I decided to retool my skill set. I had always enjoyed the introductory programming courses I took in college and had some experience with WordPress website development on the side, but wanted to expand my programming knowledge and hopefully get into the software engineering career-field. devCodeCamp is as fun as it is intense. It's a lot different than traditional 4-year college or technical schools. They really believe in learning by doing. Your results are largely reflected by the effort, dedication, and willingness to continually challenge yourself. You will have a class made up of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, ages, and skill levels, but the instructors do a great job of identifying each students strengths and weaknesses. They work hard to tailor your DevCodeCamp experience for the individual students. By the end of the 3 months I had gained a marketable skill that is in high demand. I landed a job about a month after graduation and had multiple companies interview me. I never expected to get such immediate results. For anyone willing to work hard, sacrifice long days, and not afraid to learn at a fast pace, I highly recommend devCodeCamp. It is suitable for a career change, or jump starting your programming skills for new grads, or people that have no higher education experience at all. Results are guaranteed if you are willing to work hard and challenge yourself.
- A great experience from start to finish- 4/7/2021Rob Clark • Student • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: MilwaukeeBefore attending devCodeCamp, I had almost zero coding experience. I had played coding logic games on my phone, but that was it. The instructors are so supportive in pushing you beyond your comfort zone. If you need help, it is accessible, but they really push you to get your own wins. You work on real-life problems that make you feel like you really accomplished something when you're done with them.
- DevCodeCamp gives you a carefully designed roadmap that takes you exactly where you need to go- 3/28/2021Edward RobersonBefore attending DevCodeCamp I had been doing some self-learning on and off for over two years. I learned a lot in that time but I didnt know if it was enough. I was having trouble putting it all together. Coming from a non-technical background, I feltlike the odds would be against me on the job market, especially with no type of formal instruction. That's when I decided to try a bootcamp. I called at least a dozen other schools before finally deciding to go with DevCodeCamp and none of them were nearly as professional and attentive as they were from the very beginning. Once enrolled, this behavior not only continued but became even more apparent. The instructors are all amazing developers, and even better teachers. The material pushes you out of your comfort zone and forces you to think like a developer. The biggest takeaway for me was the confidence. I went into this thing sort of doubting my abilities, but now I feel like I can build anything. I no longer question if i know enough because I know I'm a great developer. I no longer feel like im staring at an incomplete puzzle, because this school helped me put it together. Thank you DEVCODECAMP
- Challenging coding bootcamp, but very rewarding- 3/15/2021Chue Vang • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: MilwaukeeThe program at devCode is very challenging, but so rewarding. The instructors are great. They provide a great support system. They're very knowledgeable and are always willing to help point you in the right direction. Would highly recommend devCodeCamp to anyone who is looking to join a coding boot camp.
- Challenging, Fast-Paced, but totally worth it- 3/15/2021Kyle D • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: MilwaukeeI found devCodeCamp about a month after transitioning out of the military. Compared to their competitors, they made the VA funding process easy and painless for me. As far as the course itself goes, it is challenging, but with a student/instructor ratio close to 1:1, there's always help when you need it! I had little to no coding experience coming into devCodeCamp and now upon leaving can build fully functional, impressive applications!
- dCC Course Review- 3/15/2021Jeff Pigg • Student • Course: Full Time Web Development • Campus: MilwaukeeThe best thing about devCodeCamp (dCC) is that you really get back what you put in! I started with zero coding experience/knowledge, just a dream, they gave me the tools to turn that dream in to reality. With dedicated, knowledgeable, and personable instructors they made coding come to me easier than I could ever imagine. They start with the fundamentals in C# and before you know it you're building data analyzation and visualization projects in PyCharm using Flask and Chartjs. Overall it was my best decision on 2020 to enroll in dCC and they delivered an even better experience!
- Great Program- 3/3/2021Pa Her • Graduate • Course: Full Time Software Development • Campus: MilwaukeedevCodeCamp has given me more confidence about being a software engineer than prior to starting the course. I did self-study for about a half year and realized I needed better direction and guidance, so I decided to attend devCodeCamp. I chose devCodeCamp because I have a few friends who took the course, and I’d heard really great things about the program. As a recent graduate, I can agree that devCodeCamp was a great choice for me. It can be tough and fast-paced, but the instructors are very helpful, insightful, and I learn a great deal. As with anything else, if you want to succeed, you’ll need to put in the work. If I had a chance to go back and choose from a list of bootcamps, I would still choose devCodeCamp.