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Devmountain

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Devmountain is a technology school that offers full-time and part-time programs at campuses in Lehi, Dallas, and Phoenix. The immersive courses include Web Development, Java Software Engineering, Python Software Engineering, Data Analytics, Software Quality Assurance (QA), iOS App Development, and User Experience (UX) Design. The Web track covers front-end and back-end JavaScript (HTML/CSS, jQuery, AngularJS, Node.js, Express, data sources like SQL, Mongo, Firebase...

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  • Mathew Cook
    Web Development Full-Time • Online
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    Jan 08, 2019
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    We started out with a great instructor for the pre-course Bryan Smith, he was engaging and really made sure we understood the material. I was under the impression he was going to be the instructor so I felt comfortable with my choice as Dev Mountain. When the actual course started they switched instructors, but I kept an open mind. After the first couple of lectures I felt I was getting more and more lost, and the curriculum wasn't nearly as in depth to fall back on to put together the piec...
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    Brandon Hassler of Devmountain

    Director of Marketing

    Jan 17, 2019

    Hey Matthew,

    So sorry to hear your experience at DevMountain was less than stellar. Unfortunately, Course Report limits our responses to be very short, so please refer to the review you left on our Facebook page. Thank you!
  • Holly Lyons
    Student • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Sep 18, 2018
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    Would 100% Recommend

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  • Tim Carter
    Graduate • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Sep 18, 2018
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    Get ready to drink from the firehose!

    Great experience overall. 

    Pros:

    As long as you commit youself, you'll learn SO so much.  Great enviornment.  Great instructors and mentors. You'll leave with some cool projects to add to your portfolio.

    Cons:

    Let' be real, $11,000 is a little steep for 3 months (but I've decided it's worth it). Sometimes small things feel a little unorganized, but overall the cour...
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  • Anonymous
    Student • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Sep 17, 2018
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    Great and Tough

    The pre-admission stuff was doable and there was a great bonus of some basecamp material that gave an insight into what to expect, however the first few weeks accelerated fast and I felt overwhelmed by all the new concepts since we were learning something new daily. Halfway through the program things made more sense as I applied these concepts in a live project. There were several high points as well as frustrating moments and I can say that I experienced growth than I would have thought p...

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  • Alex Porter
    Web Developer • Graduate • Web Development After Hours • Provo
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    Sep 17, 2018
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    Worth the time and money

    I attended the after hours web cohort and was at the Provo campus for 16 weeks. This was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I'm the happiest I've been in the work that I get do to now and learning at DevMountain was a blast. I've recommended it and have had a friend go and do the full time cohort since I left.

    DevMountain isn't the perfect bootcamp. The pace is fast and the cirriculum isn't always in-depth. But that doesn't mean it isn't amazing.

    The trick, for me...

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  • Michael Fearn
    Graduate • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Sep 03, 2018
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    Hard and Beneficial

    DevMountain was a wonderful experience, but don't confuse wonderful with easy. The amount of material being taught is enormous and the concepts are challenging to rap you head around in the time you have. The curriculum is well structured and thought out which pushes your ability to retain more than you could believe. The people are amazing, the staff is great and you'll leave better than before. Along with teaching you skills you're also given a road map to follow to help push...

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  • Mira Jones
    Mentor • Graduate • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Sep 03, 2018
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    Great Course

    I loved going to DevMountain. Super awesome environment, very encouraging.

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  • Jon Baxter
    Looking for Jobs • Graduate • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    Aug 17, 2018
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    Great experience

    I loved my time there. Class structure is great and it does require comittment. You need to commit to learning a lot to keep pace. A lot of self-motivation, but it was so much fun.

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  • Anonymous
    Nothing Yet • Student • UX Design Full-Time • Salt Lake City
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    Jun 25, 2018
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    Needs Job Support

    I was apart of the UX immersive bootcamp. The courses were okay, the teachers and mentor were helpful. I left feeling like I could have spent my money better elsewhere however. The job fair after the course had no support fo UX designers whatsoever. No one prepared us for what the job hunt would look like. Our whole class was confused after getting out as to what we needed to do next. This meant about a month before anyone was able to get a clear grasp of what to do. If we had been given m...

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  • Taylor Bills
    Graduate • iOS Development Full-Time • Salt Lake City
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    May 09, 2018
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    Would Recommend

    I enjoyed every second of this camp. Great classmates, smart and involved mentors, and hardworking staff all made me feel welcome and happy. 6 weeks of course work and 6 weeks of project work was a really good system. I wish I would have known about this sooner!

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  • Austin
    Graduate • Web Development After Hours • Provo
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    May 03, 2018
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    Awesome School!!

    DevMountain is a great school for those wanting to learn straight up full stack web development. I was a student at UVU before I found DevMountain, and the program I was in was not teaching me what I wanted to learn with web development. I had a friend tell me about DevMountain, and I looked into it. After researching it for a bit I applied and signed up for there after hours web course. During the 4 months I was in the course, I learned a lot, but I also didn't feel like I learned all tha...

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  • Brandon
    Solutions Engineer • Graduate • Web Development Immersive • Provo
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    May 02, 2018
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    Great Experience!

    I had a great experience at DevMtn. I decided to go to better myself and take advantage of the rapidly growing tech field. They have great instructors who are always willing to help whenever you ask. The mentors that stay with each cohort have been through the course so they know what you're going through! It's definately not easy but it's the best decision I've made. The first two weeks are the hardest but if you can make it through, you should be golden as long as you stay on top of it. ...

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How much does Devmountain cost?

Devmountain costs around $7,900. On the lower end, some Devmountain courses like Coding Basics cost $49.

What courses does Devmountain teach?

Devmountain offers courses like Coding Basics, Data Analytics, iOS Development Full-Time, Java Software Engineering and 7 more.

Where does Devmountain have campuses?

Devmountain has in-person campuses in Dallas and Lehi. Devmountain also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

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