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Epicodus

Average Rating4.69
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Epicodus is a coding bootcamp offering part- and full-time courses online and in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Students learn everything they need to know to get a job as a web developer by learning JavaScript, Ruby on, Rails, C#, .NET, and React. More important than any particular skill, cohorts are taught how to think like a programmer, write good code, and pick up new languages and technologies in this fast-changing industry. Epicodus focuses on col...

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  • Stuart Gill
    Associate SDET • Graduate • C# and React • Seattle
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    Aug 29, 2019
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    Great value

    I was in the cohort above Sam Stoia, and his review is accurate and very well written so I won't repeat everything he said, but suffice to say I agree with him at least 90%. I'll just point out where I differ or have additional thoughts:

    -the cost is low because the overhead is low. It's pretty bare bones and the teachers may not be paid as well as other places, or (especially) compared to a programming job, which would help explain turnover. This would also go some way toward ex...

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  • Samuel Stoia
    Graduate • C# and React • Seattle
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    May 31, 2019
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    Plenty of Pros, Plenty of Cons

    This review is for the Seattle campus where I was enrolled.  I hear Portland is very different and a bit more established, but I can’t speak to that.  I was enrolled in the C#/JavaScript/React track.

    If I could, I would probably give Epicodus a 3.5 star rating.  Generally positive, but with a few sore spots. I’ll round up to 4 stars.  A little about me, I had absolutely ZERO coding experience and exposure before starting the course.  Of cours...

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  • Charles McGowan
    Freelance Full Stack Web Development • Graduate • C# and React • Portland
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    May 28, 2019
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    Pretty good value for the money

    I would say that my overall experience there was pretty great. Pair programming can be a struggle, and sometimes it felt like I was banging my head against a wall, but overall I learned a lot from the instruction given. 

    I think the key to success was making sure you take the homework seriously. I found a huge difference between simply reading it, and really digging in and trying to understand things on an almost intuitive level if I could achieve it. It seems like this would be...

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  • Connie
    Student • Intro to Programming (Part-Time) • Portland
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    Apr 20, 2019
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    Exactly what I was looking for

    I recently finished the intro to programming course and plan on taking the full-time course at a later time. Epicodus provides you with all the resource that you will need to enter the career field of programming and software development. Of course, you need to put in the hours but epicodus will be there to teach you the proper way of doing things. I think epicodus is very welcoming of anyone who wants to learn programming, there are people that are just starting and people with a bit more...

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  • Eva Antipina
    Software developer • Graduate • C# and React • Seattle
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    Feb 07, 2019
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    Full time C# - React course.

    I graduated from Epicodus in September 2018 and got hired by my internship host company right away. Actually, one of the main reasons why I chose Epicodus was an internship, included in the course. But overall experience turned out to be great. The school learning curriculum was well structured, lessons were clear and easy to follow, still leaving a room for curiosity, and encouraging further exploration. Our instructor, John Franti, was impressively knowledgable and ethical.

    Aft...

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  • Josh
    Front-end engineer • Graduate • C# and React • Seattle
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    Jan 31, 2019
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    Full-time C#/React

    To anyone considering Epicodus, I would highly recommend it. If you are lucky enough to get John Franti he is a flexible, patient instructor, who definitely will you help you to be successful in any we possible. In terms of the curriculum at Epicodus it definitely prepares you for your job search after graduation. If you put in the effort, it will definitely pay off as it did for me, as I’m currently am full-time front end engineer 6 months after graduation

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  • Torin Huff
    Graduate • Intro to Programming (Part-Time) • Portland
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    Jan 12, 2019
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    Intro to Programming Class

    I attended the night-time Intro to Programming course this last fall, and I was definitely not disappointed. I had tried doing some online free courses and, although I had learned a lot through those free courses, I knew I needed something more structured and with face time in order to really grasp some of the concepts. This class was perfect for that. Not only was Kyle a great instructor and there for any questions we had, but the whole setup of the class itself made for a great lea...

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  • Matt Miller
    Junior Software Developer • Graduate • Java and React • Portland
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    Jan 07, 2019
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    Good Learning Environment

    I personally had a really good experience at Epicodus. After trying my hand at using free online resources to teach myself coding, I found that I really needed the structure of a classroom with schedules and deadlines to keep me motivated and on task as well as teachers and peers to help answer questions and improve my understanding. To this end, Epicodus was totally worth it. The course work was mostly very good. There were occasional issues since curriculum is often being upd...

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  • Brittany
    Graduate • Intro to Programming (Part-Time) • Portland
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    Dec 04, 2018
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    Lifelong learning

    I decided to attend the Intro to Programming Course (evening/part time) at Epicodus once I knew I was moving to Portland from NYC. It was a great chance to meet new people, learn some new skills, and see if I might be interested in changing careers. The Intro to Programming Course was perfect for me because it allowed me to get a taste of programming without having to commit to a full-time program and was flexible around a work schedule. The price point was also perfect for me.

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  • Verna Santos
    Co-Founder of Triple Spark Design • Graduate • C# and React • Seattle
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    Sep 24, 2018
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    Why I chose Epicodus

    I’ve researched a few bootcamp school and Epicodus was the right fit for me. The price is reasonable for what I was looking for. Coursework is straightforward and the videos are great but wish there was a few more videos towards the end of the course which they are aware of. It was very challenging for me esp. with no coding experience but I was able to pull through with the support of the instructor and my cohort. The instructor is very knowledgeable and helped me comprehend the basics.

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  • Elrey Belmonti
    Software Engineer • Student • Ruby and Ruby on Rails • Seattle
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    Sep 05, 2018
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    Why you should consider Epicodus.

    Epicodus is a great place to learn how to code and become a developer.  Coming from a non traditional developer background, Epicodus gave me the skills and the confidence to land my dream job. The staff, teachers, and fellow students were and still are amazing support system. If you ever thought to yourself, “I want to learn how to code but don’t know where to start”, let Epicodus give you that start. “I would like to become a developer but I am not smart enough”, let Epicodus ...

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  • Isaac
    Wordpress Designer / Developer • Graduate • C# and .NET • Seattle
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    Sep 04, 2018
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    Helped me Change Careers

    I enrolled in Epicodus during the late summer of 2017 and graduated as recently as March of 2018.  I started my first day at my new job in early July.  I wouldn't have been able to start this new position if it weren't for the skills and direction that Epicodus provided for me.  The instructors are top notch they do not coddle you and walk you through everything, they know how to proud your mind into thinking in a manner that you will eventually come to a conclusion and if you eventually c...

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Epicodus Alumni Outcomes

59%
Employment Rate
72%
Graduation Rate
$75,000
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100% of students intended to seek in-field employment within 180 days of graduating. 0% of students did not intend to seek in-field employment. Below is the 180 Day Employment Breakdown for 34 graduates included in report:
180 Day employment breakdown
Employed in-field58.8%
Full-time employee44.1%
Full-time apprenticeship, internship or contract position8.8%
Short-term contract, part-time, or freelance5.9%
Started a new company or venture after graduation0.0%
Not seeking in-field employment2.9%
Employed out-of-field0.0%
Continuing to higher education2.9%
Not seeking a job for health, family, or personal reasons0.0%
Still seeking job in-field17.6%
Could not contact20.6%
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Published January 01, 2023
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Liz Eggleston
Published August 06, 2019
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Liz Eggleston
Published July 11, 2019
Internships at tech companies are different than your typical internship – don’t expect to be picking up coffee orders! We spoke to Rachel Bussert, Epicodus’ Director of Student Services who has been coordinating the internship program at Epicodus for over four years. Rachel tells us what she’s learned about finding internship opportunities, the value of an internship before your full-tim...
Liz Eggleston
Published May 13, 2019
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Imogen Crispe
Published January 31, 2019
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Published December 07, 2018
Over 900 tech bootcamp graduates entered our sweepstakes competition to win a $500 Amazon Giftcard just by leaving a Verified review for their school on Course Report. This time, our lucky winner was Byron Chang from Epicodus! We caught up with Byron to find out what he's up to today. Want to be our next Reviews Sweepstakes Winner? Write a verified review of your coding bootcamp experi...
Lauren Stewart
Published October 29, 2018
Before Epicodus, Aundra was a recent high school graduate with a few odd jobs under her belt. After tutoring and producing content for websites, she wanted to learn the programming languages that powered them, so Aundra set her sights on software development. See why Epicodus was the best choice for Aundra, how she spun her first internship into a full-time job, and how her career has blo...
Imogen Crispe
Published March 23, 2017
  How do you get a job after coding bootcamp if you have no relevant, real-world work experience? Only 1.4% of bootcampers have worked as developers in the past, but most career-changers have little – if any– client experience when they start looking for a developer job. Some bootcamps help students overcome this hurdle by offering opportunities to work for the bootcamp itself, or with rea...
Imogen Crispe
Published August 31, 2016
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Published February 09, 2016
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How much does Epicodus cost?

Epicodus costs around $8,700. On the lower end, some Epicodus courses like Intro to Programming (Part-Time) cost $100.

What courses does Epicodus teach?

Epicodus offers courses like C# and React, C# and React (Part-Time), Intro to Programming (Part-Time), Ruby and React and 1 more.

Where does Epicodus have campuses?

Epicodus has in-person campuses in Portland and Seattle. Epicodus also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

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