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Average Rating4.77
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DevCodeCamp offers various full-time and part-time, live online coding bootcamps that meet prospective students where they're at in their career. devCodeCamp offers a 12-week Software Development Bootcamp Full Time, a 24-week Software Development Bootcamp Flex Self-Paced, and a 24-week Data Analytics Bootcamp Flex Self-Paced. Bootcamp students are taught how to think like software engineers, working on real-world projects in a collaborative environment. The devCodeCam...
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  • Justin Chervony
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Apr 11, 2023
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    Rewarding Challenge

    I recently graduated from dCCs Full Stack Flex program. It was a time in my life that coincided with a great deal of change and struggle, which equated well to the challenge of swapping careers from music and audio to development. Truth be told, I almost did not finish on two specific occasions due to what was going on and the struggle to understand the material because of my own limitations. Thankfully, the instructors are very good about checking in and supporting the students. There w...
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  • Rodney McGee
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Mar 19, 2023
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    Challenging, Enjoyable, and Motivating


    I recently completed the Flex program at devCodeCamp, and I must say, it was a fantastic experience. The instructors were knowledgeable, supportive, and always willing to answer questions. The curriculum was comprehensive and hands-on, giving me the opportunity to learn by doing, and the projects I worked on were challenging and rewarding.


    One of the things I appreciated the most was the emphasis on real-world skills and problem-solving, which I found incredi...
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  • Kashar Grays
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Feb 17, 2023
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    Coding Confidence is at an all time high

    After two months of research of coding boot camps. I decided to do this one. The course was challenging and I learned a lot that instructors were awesome and I feel like I’ve created real friendships with them and my cohort. I currently graduated January 2023 and I’m in career services as of writing this review career services has been awesome setting up my career for success. 
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  • Gregory Reust
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Feb 17, 2023
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    Learning part time with day job

    I chose devCodeCamp because they were one of the few bootcamps that I could fit into my work schedule as a piano teacher, and the staff immediately made a great impression. The curriculum is set up well, but I think it might be a little lacking compared to other software development bootcamps, because we only focused on one specific tech stack. That being said, after being walked through the process of building and deploying a full stack application, I feel comfortable trying to build wi...
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  • Ben Sandlin
    Datacenter Technician • Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Feb 07, 2023
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    A complete letdown.

    Before coming to devCodeCamp, I had 8 years of varied experience in the IT sector, with small dabblings in C, C++, and a variety of topics before I found that self-teaching without any prior basis in the topic was an intense struggle for me. So, I began weighing my options for educational assistance. 

    I found that a bootcamp course would probably be my best option. I pursued a number of different bootcamp courses, some were okay, some were very bad, but devCodeCamp seemed on the l...
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  • Steven Lucky Sisavath
    Steven Lucky Sisavath
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Feb 06, 2023
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    Invaluable, Supportive, Rewarding

    It was mid October when I started the devCodeCamp Full Stack Development bootcamp. My experience before starting the program was very little. I took a few computer science courses at the University of Houston, but no other experience besides that. Starting the program it was instilled in the minds of all my classmates and I that the program would be no easy task. We were told early on that the course was going to be one of the hardest things that we've ever had to learn. Little did I kno...
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  • Tyler Griffith
    Tyler Griffith
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Feb 06, 2023
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    Challenging Efficient and Effective

    Coming into a program with no previous experience is definitely a daunting task, but an excellent opportunity to expand your skills and improve upon yourself if you put in the work. devCodeCamp does an exceptional job of getting/keeping students up to speed and ramping/changing up educational materials at a consistent pace - ensuring all topics are covered in a clear and concise manner.
    The instructors are the best I've ever worked with and are there to support you however they are ab...
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  • Michael J. Thompson, CPACC
    Michael J. Thompson, CPACC
    Graduate • Online
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    Jan 13, 2023
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    Supportive, Challenging, Worthwhile

    In late 2022, I began the devCodeCamp (hereafter, "dCC") Computer Science Engineer bootcamp with prior experience testing websites and a little exposure to the frontend markup languages, HTML, CSS, WAI-ARIA, and JavaScript. Through 20 weeks of rigorous, rapid-paced instruction and practice, I gained a confident handle on the technologies that I learned, including Python, Django REST Frameworks, Postman API, Java, Cypress, SQL, MySQL, CSS Flexbox, JavaScript, and React.js. I went from kno...
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  • Arturo Diaz
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Jan 11, 2023
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    My Experience at devCodeCamp

    I am Arturo from Chicago, IL. My experience at devCodeCamp was truly life changing, after a long background in culinary arts. I decided to do a career change and found devCodeCamp, there I enrolled in the Compuer Science Engineer course and started to learn how to code. This bootcamp helped me learn not just how to code but how to teach myself more and how to keep working on my own projects. The skills I acquired are priceless and will help me in my new career. My instructors were the be...
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  • Shane Tanner
    Student • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Jan 05, 2023
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    Believe in Yourself!

    After investigating and narrowing the choices of bootcamps to just two, I just had a good feeling and felt like I was already part of devCodeCamp(dCC), I completed my enrollment requirements and spoke with Meghann V. in admissions from dCC. I was nervous and unsure of how I would do. She was great at helping me with any questions that I had. After a brief conference with Mike T, I felt wonderfully comfortable with my choice.

    I never looked at code in my life before thi...
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  • Fred Morris
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Jan 03, 2023
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    Determination will carry you through.

    devCodeCamp is a great option if you are thinking about a career transition or wanting to learn some of the languages and technologies they teach. I took the full-time full stack engineer course (online) and devCodeCamp was a great experience for myself. I was able to learn at a fast pace with plenty of resources available to me to reference, while also having access to an instructor when needed. The simulated class environment was very welcoming and easy to work within. My instructor wa...
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  • Mykola Bisovskyi
    Software Developer at Horizon Systems • Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    Dec 07, 2022
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    Totally worth it!

    When I was making a decision to change my career to software development I was very critical about all boot camps in general because I, like many other people, was thinking that it is impossible to be a valuable employee in just 14 weeks of education, but I had no choice. I couldn't effort any other type of education and I decided to take a shot. Since my first class day, my heart was telling me that I'm on the right path and
    I loved that educational process more and more every day. I...
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Updated May 12, 2021
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4.8
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4.8
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4.7
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4.8
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FAQs

How much does devCodeCamp cost?

devCodeCamp costs around $17,900. On the lower end, some devCodeCamp courses like Web Development Flex; a self-paced Bootcamp cost $9,400.

Where does devCodeCamp have campuses?

devCodeCamp has in-person campuses in Milwaukee. devCodeCamp also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

Is devCodeCamp worth it?

devCodeCamp hasn't shared alumni outcomes yet, but one way to determine if a bootcamp is worth it is by reading alumni reviews. 244 devCodeCamp alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed devCodeCamp on Course Report - you should start there!

Is devCodeCamp legit?

We let alumni answer that question. 244 devCodeCamp alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed devCodeCamp and rate their overall experience a 4.77 out of 5.

Does devCodeCamp offer scholarships or accept the GI Bill?

Right now, it doesn't look like devCodeCamp offers scholarships or accepts the GI Bill. We're always adding to the list of schools that do offer Exclusive Course Report Scholarships and a list of the bootcamps that accept the GI Bill.

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You can read 244 reviews of devCodeCamp on Course Report! devCodeCamp alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed devCodeCamp and rate their overall experience a 4.77 out of 5.

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