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Students will learn client-side development and CS fundamentals; back-end development and advanced CS concepts while also getting an introduction to mobile development. Students will participate in team projects, and career counseling.
Application Deadline:April 30, 2017
- Payment Plan
- Available in 3 payments
- Placement Test
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Students will learn client-side development and CS fundamentals; back-end development and advanced CS concepts while also getting an introduction to mobile development. Students will participate in team projects, and career counseling. Our goal is for every student to be fully ready to become a full-stack web developer. For full-time students we offer a job placement guarantee: Get a job as a web developer or your money back.
Application Deadline:April 30, 2017
- $1500 deposit
- Payment Plan
- Available as 3 monthly payments
- Placement Test
$500 LambdaSchool Scholarship
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$250 LambdaSchool Scholarship
Course Report is excited to offer an exclusive LambdaSchool scholarship for $250 off tuition!
Offer is only valid for new applicants. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship.
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I was always fascinated by technology and naturally chose computer science in University. But, the curriculum of my university was not updated enough to actually get a job or interesting enough to get along with current technology. So, I thought of going to coding boot camp to improve upon my skills in programming and design.
I chose Lambda School from a recommendation of a good friend of mine whom I had met on Medium. I went blindfolded to Lambda School without any expectation or opinion. And, they did not disappoint me.
Prior to Lambda School, I did have a knowledge of programming and had a fair bit of experience in developing websites. They helped me hone that knowledge and improve my skills as a software developer.
ReactNative, a completely new technology is the best part of course at school. You can absolutely do anything with this tool. And, I loved it.
Teachers were also very supportive of me. Even when I asked a question about Python and Django, course not included in the package; they were happy to help me.
Mentors did ask me if I wanted help on finding jobs, but I have always been fascinated with innovation and entrepreneurship. So, I chose to start my own startup and I have few small projects on my hand. All this would not have been possible without Lambda School.
So, if you are thinking of switching career to the software developer or any other community related to programming, you should do it. But, you need to attend coding boot camp to develop the habit of hard work and productivity; it does not matter which one you attend but you need to do it.
If you happen to be interesting in lambda school or want to do something awesome after you graduate, you are welcome into my startup. You can contact me through LinkedIn and we can go on to make a better world together as a team.
LambdaSchool is top-notch in every way. The class sizes are small, the instructors are smart, and you're almost immediately thrown into a world of very top-notch code.
I ended up getting an interview at Google, and though it was certainly intimidating I was very prepared for the interview questions because of the work LambdaSchool had done beforehand. I now work at Google as a systems engineer helping support some of the Gmail and inbox clients.
I would never be there without LambdaSchool
I learnt quite a fair bit in both mini bootcamps which covered the basics and touched on some more advanced material. Great taster of the full bootcamps. What set this apart from other courses I've done is the use of slack. There was a good group of really helpful fellow students from all around the world and having this chat feature helped with instant communication and problem solving.
I have worked as an android developer for some years and I was thinking to move into Web Technologies. I am not new to web development but it isn't my strong suit either so, I was looking to develop some advanced concepts of a front end and design principles like MVC and DOM. The teachers and course helped me to do exactly that.
And, they have a great response if you are looking for a job. I personally wasn't interested in jobs as I am looking to build freelancer portfolio. They gave me great support and helped me to develop my skills to utmost.
Description: I have always been addicted to computers, but I never took the steps I needed to learn how to program. I finished a communications degree at a local community college, but came away without much of a career (as did most of my colleagues in the communications fields). LambdaSchool quite literally gave me a second chance, and I can't imagine becoming a software developer without it. I landed a job at a local startup with a salary I didn't believe was possible after only three months of training. It's not automatic; you definitely have to work at it, but LambdaSchool fulfills dreams!
I was set to go to HackReactor, but when my wife became pregnant picking up and moving to San Francisco for three months was pretty much out of the question. For a while I thought my dreams were shattered (I didn't want to do one of those so-called "online bootcamps" that are really just a bunch of recorded videos), and then I found LambdaSchool.
I don't know how LambdaSchool compares to HackReactor, but I have a hard time believing HackReactor would be any better.
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