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DevLeague

Average Rating4.9
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DevLeague offers full-time and part-time courses in full-stack web development and cybersecurity in Honolulu, Hawaii. DevLeague aims to provide mentorship and advanced technical training to motivated individuals seeking a career path in modern technology. Students will learn in-demand technical skills and DevLeague can connect students to hiring managers to get their career start in the software industry.

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  • Jan 05, 2019
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    Bootcamp like no other

    Hello review seeker, I just finished DevLeague a couple weeks ago… be prepared for a long but genuine review of Hawaii’s only coding bootcamp. Let me also preface this review by stating that other than knowing a bit of HTML / CSS, I have absolutely no coding knowledge or experience.

    Before enrolling myself in their immersive full-time program, like you and many others… I did my research and tried to find any review or resource I could get my hands on abo...

  • Sep 24, 2018
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    Excellent Bootcamp

    I recently completed DevLeague's full-time "JavaScript Web Engineer" track, and I highly recommend the program to anyone who is considering entering the world of web/software development without a CS background.  The course offers broad and deep exposure to the fundamental concepts and technologies upon which the Internet is built, so you will be able to jump aboard even without prior CS experience.  

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    The two core instructors of the full-time "JavaScript Web Eng...

  • Aug 15, 2018
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    Things you should know

    Hello,

    I'm a graduate of DevLeague's fullstack JavaScript development track. I've gathered some information that would have been helpful for me to know before I started my journey in the hopes that it'll find you well and offer guidance in your search for a new career in tech.

    First, DevLeague, or any other bootcamp, is not your fast-ticket to a high paying salary. If you're looking to join up at DevLeague looking for a quick way to hit that 6-figure salary, you'll be sorel...

  • Feb 27, 2018
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    Above and Beyond

    I attended the Full Time Javascript program at DevLeague from September to December of 2017. In February 2018, I accepted a full stack developer position with the City and County of Honolulu.

    Pros:

    Highly knowledgable and dedicated instructors. The instructors are there because they want to be there. This is reflected in how much effort they put into helping students learn and understand concepts. Wide but d...
  • Feb 07, 2018
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    Not your ordinary coding bootcamp

    I am so thankful that I stumbled upon Devleague. I can tell they genuinely care about their students from start to end, and even after graduation.  During the screening, they could have just admitted me while being pregnant, but because they care about my well being, they advised me to delay my admission instead. From that experience alone, I already know that I will be in good hands. 

    Devleague instructors were really passionate on what they're teaching and has been truly patie...

  • Jul 25, 2017
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    A whole new world

    Before DevLeague, I had no clue what direction I should be taking in life. I had been working a bunch of different jobs, trying to get a feel for something that I would enjoy doing for an extended period of time, but I came up with nothing. I was getting to a point where I was worried about my future when I found DevLeague. To be honest, when I started looking into the course, I had little to no expectation that I would ever be interested in coding, but as I taught myself the little that I...

  • May 14, 2017
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    Best decision I made thus far

    I was interested in joining DevLeague a few years back but the only course offered at the time was the full time course and I was not ready to leave my full time job. Once the part time course was available I reapplied and joined their Javascript prep course. The prep course is a 4 week night program that introduces prospective students to the fundamentals of Javascript and serves as a trial run for students seriously considering apply to the full and part time programs. Joining the part t...

  • Mar 13, 2017
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    You can do it!

    If I could, I would go through DevLeague all over again. It was honestly one of the best and most challenging experiences of my life! I left my job in California and moved out to Hawaii for 3 months to learn something I had no experience in. So yeah… that was kinda nuts, but it was so worth it! I got to learn from instructors who were enthusiastic about programming and who were genuinely interested in helping us learn the material. At the same time, I had amazing classmates who...

  • May 29, 2018
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    Top-Notch

    I attended DevLeague with no prior coding experience. I am very satistifed from everything I learned during this program. All of the instructors are very knowledgable and are always willing to help. If I didn't understand something, I just asked and they would sit with me until I understood it. 

    Russel and Jason are extremely supportive and are available for any assistance you may need. They genuinely care about our success, even after completing the course, they continue to offer ...

  • Mar 23, 2018
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    Come here to become a dev!

    DevLeague is an incredible coding bootcamp that offers two different options for becoming a Javascript Engineer.  Either a 12 week full time course or a couple months PT option, I chose the 12 week FT course. From the very beginning they provide you with a strong foundation in software engineering, and continue to provide you with all the neccessary skills, knowledge and tools required to begin a career as a software engineer.  They provide an immense amount of support, lots of encouragmen...

  • Feb 26, 2018
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    8.5/10

    Hey hey! I attended DevLeague from Sept - Dec 2017 with no coding experience except for their prep course. Feb 2018 I accepted an offer for a non-entry-level position as a backend engineer for a game company in Tokyo.

    Pros:

    Good curriculum. After DevLeague your skillset will match a good majority of web developer job listings (**a lot of time spent on front end frameworks) A lot of team projects, so you get used to that GitHub flow
  • Nov 11, 2017
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    O_o

    Several years before entering DevLeague I had graduated with a bachelors in computer science.  I still gained a lot from the bootcamp. This course aims to make "fullstack javascript web developers".  If that complete phrase doesn't describe you, you will probably get good value out of this.  Now, if most of that phrase fits you, there may be diminishing returns, but I couldn't say from experience.  I went with the 6 month part time version instead of the concentrated 3 month one and the mo...

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