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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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  • Reny Reyes
    Reny Reyes
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Jun 08, 2022
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    Full Stack Software Development Course

    During my search for a bootcamp that could offer an amazing curriculum, career services as well as amazing instructors that help you along the way, I found devCodeCamp. Love the accessibility of being able to always have the course to reference back when I need a refresher on the materials. The instructors motivated me to strive in being the best I can be. You will not regret joining this bootcamp. It has been the best decision I have made so far. 
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  • Travis
    Student • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Jun 08, 2022
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    Excellent Experience! Can not recommend enough!

     I am a former marine corps infantryman that moved to Austin a few months before starting the 12-week full stack web development course in 2022. I was also working a night job while attending dCC. I had a little experience programming before starting the course, mostly some JavaScript and very little React. I was a little apprehensive at the beginning of the course because I was learning a new language (python) and did not know how it compared to my experience with JavaScript. Megan, JJ,...
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  • Jonathan Harris
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Jun 04, 2022
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    Recent Graduate

    Super happy with my experience, I self-taught for about 2 months before enrolling which I believed really helped me. Although its not required and if you put in the work you can get by without it I would definitely recommend getting a head start and learning on your own before the bootcamp. The instructors are super nice and really want to see you succeed. 10/10 would recommend 
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  • Christopher Krieg
    Graduate • Online
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    Jun 03, 2022
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    Recent grad and really enjoyed my experience

    I really enjoyed my experience overall! I completed the part-time course in web development. It takes time and commitment to finish, but if you enjoy coding like I do, it doesn't seem like you're at school! The instructors were great, taught me a lot and provided great feedback. The course covered the MERN stack.
    Allowed me to go to school while still working a full-time job. Even though I had done some self-study in coding languages in the past, I learned some n...
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  • Justin Goncalves
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    May 20, 2022
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    Recent Grad

    I am a recent graduate of devCodeCamp's full-stack Software Engineering course. Going into this bootcamp I knew next to nothing about coding. As someone who never completed college, I thought the idea of learning about computer programming was only reserved for those fortunate enough to acquire a degree in computer science. I am proud to say that after 12 weeks, I feel job ready as a Software Developer. The curriculum is everything needed to become a full-stack developer. A huge reason I...
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  • Rick Rieger
    Student • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    May 20, 2022
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    The past 12 weeks have been amazing!  The instructors and staff are all very upbeat and positive, which in my opinion is needed in any learning environment.  The curriculum covers the following and more: 
    ·      fundamentals of Python and Java Script·      Variables, data types, operators·      Conditionals loops·      Functions·      Debugging·      Git and Git hub·      Algorithms·      Steps to problem sol...
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  • Sydney Wilson
    Graduate • Online
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    May 16, 2022
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    Full Stack Development Program

     Last year at this time I was working as a receptionist looking thinking that I wanted to do something different than that. I looked into programming and thought to myself that it would be something I could really enjoy doing long term. I came across devCodeCamp (DCC) and the Full Stack Development program and decided to invest in my future. As a complete beginner in programming, I was nervous at first going into the class. After the first week of class, and great instruction, I got supe...
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  • Quentin Hicks
    Graduate • Full Stack Software Development Immersive Program • Online
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    May 12, 2022
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    My name is Quentin Hicks. I'm from Tampa, FL. Prior to devCodeCamp's bootcamp I was attending another school in a degree field that I didn't really care about. Found devCodeCamp and never looked back. 

    The experience is nothing short of amazing. The curriculum was straight to the point with projects that reflect the languages and technologies. I loved it as this was great harmony for my learning style. The instructors were understanding, patient, humorous, and fun. I enjoyed every...
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  • Vance
    Graduate • Online
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    Apr 26, 2022
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    Valuable Skills to get Started!

    For the past 4 years I worked as a materials engineer. While looking for a new role, I realized that the opportunity to solidify my hard skills was perfect and I began to look to enroll at a coding bootcamp to learn to utilize programming to solve problems. I shopped around for a few bootcamps, and decided to pursue devCodeCamp due to the support during enrollment, graduate testimonials, and outstanding veteran benefit of accepting the GI Bill. 

    As someone with no familiarity with...
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  • Matt
    Graduate • Online
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    Apr 26, 2022
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    Career Change

    My experience with devCodeCamp (DCC) began when I was initially researching my options for a career change from the military and I was interested in learning programming. DCC stood out to me right from the get go due to their awesome outreach, as soon as I sent an email I was able to contact enrollment and I was speaking to someone the very next day about what I could expect from DCC. Researching the right coding bootcamp was an intensive experience, but DCC made selecting the right codi...
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  • Andrew Rodriguez
    Andrew Rodriguez
    Searching for a job • Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Apr 13, 2022
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    Life Changing

    Hello, I am a recent graduate of devCodeCamp's full-stack development course. I come from a background of knowing very little code to now having the confidence to build a website. I thought only people with degrees in computer science could do it, but that was not the case. we started the course with python and learned basics such as variables, conditionals, functions, etc. I think devCodeCamp does a good job of explaining these concepts to a beginner. The curriculum is well taught, inst...
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  • Bryce Payne
    Graduate • Software Development Flex Self-Paced Bootcamp • Online
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    Apr 12, 2022
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    A New Career

    My passion for coding began when I started my own videography company. I was starting to create my website when I began to wonder what went into making a website versus using a website builder online. I quickly went online to see what I could learn about it which led me to my first coding experience and that was making my own personal resume with HTML and CSS. This eventually led me to set aside my business as a hobby and pursue my career in coding through DevCodeCamp. I was very pleased...
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Updated May 12, 2021
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Updated March 16, 2021
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4.8
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4.8
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4.7
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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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