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DigitalCrafts

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DigitalCrafts offers full-time and part-time online bootcamps in Web Development, Cybersecurity, and UX Design. All classes are taught online by live instructors, and WeWork memberships are included at no additional charge for students needing a place to study.

The DigitalCrafts curriculum has been designed to effectively challenge beginners and experienced learners alike. Students can expect hands-on exercises, tools, and projects that reflect skills utili...

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  • Will
    Graduate • Full Stack Immersive + Elective (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Feb 19, 2016
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    More than I could have ever expected

    I just graduated from the Web & iOS course and I never would have thought that I would be in the position that I am now as a result of the course.  Before even graduating I received two job offers, both for more than I have ever made.  And because of the skill set that I have learned I honestly feel like I have the flexibility and freedom to be picky about a job and really choose something that I am interested in.  Taking the DigitalCrafts course has been phenomenal and has...

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  • William Wyatt
    Student • Full Stack Immersive + Elective (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Jan 10, 2016
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    Great Experience

    The DigitalCrafts staff have definitely fostered a family atmosphere while providing resources and an environment extremely favorable to learning.  Though the curriculum is demanding, everything is set up to promote providing you the skills to succeed and ultimately find a job.  I have enjoyed my experience and have learned a ton.  Rob & Joe are great teachers, I couldn't ask for a better experience! 

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  • Stuart
    Student • Full Stack Immersive + Elective (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Nov 25, 2015
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    Loving it so far

    I am currently a student in DigitalCrafts, a 16-week immersive course + ios.  I have just finished Week 7, and so far I am enjoying the entire experience.  My background is in finance with a degree in electrical engineering in the distant past (graduated in '99).  While I had some entry-level programming in college, I hadn't touched it since and knew only the very basics.  I was by no means a developer when I started this cohort, but that...

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  • Stephen
    Student • Full Stack Immersive + Elective (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Nov 19, 2015
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    Great so far

    I am currently a student in the 16 week web immersive and so far the course is going very well.  Although I did some studying prior to starting the camp, I had very little actual experience of building anything.  From the very beginning at Digital Crafts we jumped into building pages and working on projects.  Initially it was very intimidating, but I quickly realized I was learning much faster when I was forced to push my way through projects.  The course is always...

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  • Anonymous
    Full Stack Immersive + Elective (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Nov 16, 2015
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    Thought the course is not over yet, I've already learned a lot of knowledge and skills on JavaScript, jQuery, HTML, CSS, Angular JS, Bootstrap, Swift, xCode, and the bascis of Linux.  I think the instructors really make an effort to teach the material and confirm that each student understands the codes and concepts.

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Full Stack Immersive (Full-Time) • Atlanta
    Nov 13, 2015
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    Fall Immersive Cohort

    So far in the course, I have been extremely pleased with the entire experience. Rob, the teacher, is extremely competent across all of the technologies we have covered, and has been an invaluable resource when it comes to helping troubleshoot code with beginners. Rob has helped students develop individual projects that help peak their interest, because it becomes a project that the developer really cares about.

    The classroom has been well stocked with snacks and hot coffee to kee...

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Atlanta
    Nov 11, 2015
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    Current Student Perspective

    We are currently 1/4 the way into the first 16 week Full-Stack Immersive Course. So far the experience is great, lots of tips to help with getting a job after the course is finished(which is the end goal of course). Curriculm has been all front-end for thus far but back-end stuff starts soon. I would recommend DigitalCrafts to anyone with an interest in entering the Web Development/Tech industry. Will try to update as we get further into the program.

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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Enterprise Training & Workshops • Atlanta
    Apr 20, 2021
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    Google Apps Script Training

    This was a very enjoyable class to take. I would absolutely recommend. The instructor was very knowledgable and helpful and the content was good.  
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  • Anonymous
    Dec 09, 2020
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    Great Class & Instructor

    I joined a SQL training sponsored by the company with Digital Crafts in the last two weeks. Course content is clear and concise, and is pretty friendly to starters with little experience in SQL. I would like to give a big thumbs up to our instructor, Michael, for his work in giving clear instructions and tutoring us in great patience. Very good experience overall. I would definitely recommend it to people who may want to get started with SQL, or refresh their knowledge.
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  • Anonymous
    Sr. Supply Chain Analyst • Graduate • Enterprise Training & Workshops • Atlanta
    Dec 09, 2020
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    Sr. Supply Chain Analyst

    very good program overall. Nice instruction and examples with a good instructor.
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  • Anonymous
    Graduate
    Sep 28, 2020
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    Broaden your skillset: Intro to Java APIs with Spring

    Instructor was great. He was able to answer a lot of questions with detail and the exercises were fun to complete. The class was a little elementary for me given that I've already had experience with Java, but provided that it was described as an intro course I think that it was fine. 
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  • Anonymous
    Applicant • Web Development (Part-time, Remote/Online) • Houston
    Sep 04, 2019
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    Stay Away from this Boot camp

    Unless you are a white skin person expected to be treated deferentially, I applied for this boot camp before like a month ago I'm I've been struggling with them since then, NO approval NO denial till today, my story starts with these guys when I did my first interview with enrolment coordinator her name is Haley, she told me unforgentally we don't have available office to do the interview!!! What??? why you schedule an interview for someone when you don't have a place to do it???!!! guess ...

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    Jake of DigitalCrafts

    CEO

    Sep 06, 2019

    Disclaimer: This applicant (which I’ll keep confidential out of respect) and his wife never attended a DigitalCrafts program.

    As the CEO of DigitalCrafts, I want to first say that we apologize for your experience in our admissions process. We truly do. That said, it is also important for me to address the accusations you’ve made from our perspective, and to acknowledge that we stand by the outcome of our interactions based on the events that took place.

    First and foremost, we are not racists and do not appreciate being called such. We treat every individual in a respectful and professional manner and welcome diversity in our program. Moreover, we proactively encourage diversity through various partnerships and scholarship opportunities.

    Second, it would be a lot easier for us to just accept every applicant into the program, but we did not start DigitalCrafts to just accept anyone’s tuition money. Our goal is to positively impact the lives of 10,000 builders through high-quality education, and we require all students to complete a basic coding assessment before enrolling to show they are ready to take on the difficulty of this program.

    Finally, the fact of the matter is, the answers which were submitted to the coding challenge were blatantly copied from an online resource. After this was done on the first attempt (with incorrect answers no less), we gave you the benefit of the doubt and allowed for a second opportunity. When the second attempt was submitted with yet another blatantly copied response from a different online resource, we had no choice but to disqualify both applications. The quote below is directly from the instructions of the coding assessment which is provided to all applicants.

    You may use W3Schools.com, Codecademy, or Google as resources. That said, any cheating or copying of other applicants' code will disqualify your application."
     
    I hope you can understand that it is important we keep the admissions process fair and open for all applicants, and in this case it wouldn’t be fair to you or anyone in the DigitalCrafts community if we were to cut corners. 

    We are sorry for your experience, but we stand by the outcome of our interactions based on the events that took place.

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DigitalCrafts costs around $9,500.

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DigitalCrafts has in-person campuses in and, Atlanta. DigitalCrafts also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

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