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LAMP Camp

Average Rating2.57
7 Reviews
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LAMP Camp is a fully sponsored, cutting-edge developer education program in the Atlanta area designed to turn coders into developers through real-world experience while learning how to build enterprise applications using PHP, MySQL, SharePoint, and more. Camp Directors have decades of experience in enterprise application development and participate daily in one-on-one sessions in the LAMP Camp Lab.

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  • Anonymous
    Dec 19, 2015
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    It is not worth the time.

    Kane (Head of LAMP Camp) does not care about your ability to code. He is not invested in your personal growth as a developer. His only priority  is to push production code for Cresca Group, while the "campers" spend their time trying to  figure out how to fix a simple bug. When you request assistance  good luck receiving it. Seriously !!!!!   LAMP Camp's leadership needs an immedia...

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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • LAMP Camp • Atlanta
    Dec 13, 2015
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    Give and Take Relationship

    After attending I kind of feel sorry for the "instructors" who are actually developers for the underlying company behind Lamp Camp.  They have to be getting paid really well because the instructors seemed pretty stressed out when campers asked them questions or requesting guidance.  They were trying to help you AND do work for the company in order to get their checks.  The guy who started it and is the VP (another developer) actually m...

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  • Anonymous
    Nov 27, 2015
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    Labor farm

    This place is nothing more than a way to get free labor. From the first day until my last (premature by my choosing), it was a complete and utter waste of time. There is almost no instruction given by staff. You are expected to perform at a certain level before even showing up, which defeats the purpose of a boot camp entirely. Some liken this to an unpaid internship, which would be a fair comparison if there were companies that were driven entirely by unpaid staff who were kept in a singl...

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  • Anonymous
    LAMP Camp • Atlanta
    Oct 09, 2015
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    You really need to be self-driven... No kidding...

    There are bits of truths in most of what the guy who left a really long rant said. When I signed up for this, I was definitely expecting to get a lot more guidance than I did. I remember this one day in the first week when they went over their proprietary PHP framework, and I almost shit my pants cause I was new to PHP, and they expected me to get a good grasp of the framework. But I tried to keep learning and I was able to figure out how to work with it in the end.

    I p...

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  • Anonymous
    LAMP Camp • Atlanta
    Jul 27, 2015
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    More of a concentration camp

    LAMP Camp or Concentration Camp?

    LAMP Camp Atlanta was designed to hold a capacity of approximately 40 people where you are essentially required to provide 480 hours of labor in order to receive a certificate of completion signed by staff.  The owners further accentuate that their employment recommendations for you are just as important as the certificate that they print out within your final hour of labor.  This program seriously teeters on the line be...

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  • Anonymous
    LAMP Camp • Atlanta
    Jul 21, 2015
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    More an internship than a bootcamp

    I expected more structured learning, as did other "students". The people were supportive. I enjoyed my time at LAMP Camp, and I learned a lot. But you should view it as an internship, not a bootcamp.

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  • Anonymous
    Student • LAMP Camp • Atlanta
    Jul 02, 2015
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    Lamp Camp

    As I finish my fifth week at LAMP Camp it’s hard to believe how much progress I have made in my ability to develop web applications using PHP. Prior to my LAMP Camp experience, the only projects I had ever programmed were assignments for class using other languages. Now, I am currently working with a team to help build the a key aspect of a core system and get to see code I am working on actually go into production. With the guidance given by the LAMP Camp staff and the hands-o...

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