Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp
Applicants do not need programming experience to enroll, but once admitted, all students will complete a pre-course tutorial. As the program is part-time, Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp is designed for working professionals and students who are actively pursuing a career change or advancement or looking to gain a new skillset.
Throughout the 24-week boot camp, students have access to career-planning services, portfolio review, demo days, and recruiting advice. Upon program completion, students will receive a Certificate of Completion from Georgia Tech Professional Education and will have a portfolio of projects demonstrating a working knowledge of web development.
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$500 Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp Scholarship
Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp is a 24-week, part-time web development course offered on Atlanta and Savannah campuses. It is part-time and designed for working professionals and students who are actively pursuing a career change or advancement or looking to gain a new skillset. The Course Report community is now eligible for a $500 scholarship to the Coding Boot Camp.
Offer is only valid for new applicants to Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship. Georgia Tech does not allow stacking of scholarships or discounts.
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Welcome to the October 2016 Course Report monthly coding bootcamp news roundup! Each month, we look at all the happenings from the coding bootcamp world from new bootcamps to fundraising announcements, to interesting trends. This month we are also covering our Women In Tech Snapchat takeover! Other trends include new developments in the industry, new outcomes reports and why those are important, new investments in bootcamps, and of course, new coding schools and campuses.Continue Reading →
When coding bootcamps started gaining popularity, we wondered if tension would arise between traditional universities and these alternative education providers. On the contrary, a trend arose and universities have now been partnering with coding bootcamps for a few years now. When the Department of Education announced the EQUIP Initiative in October 2015, these collaborations were formalized by the US government; but EQUIP is just one example amongst the myriad of strategic and independent partnerships between universities and coding bootcamps.
Updated April 27, 2017Continue Reading →