Web Dev Season 5:
Thank you ALL!
As a student for this class I was propelled into the workforce right at the end of the class. Many of the other graduates had the same experience....
Web Dev Season 5:
Thank you ALL!
As a student for this class I was propelled into the workforce right at the end of the class. Many of the other graduates had the same experience.
This is a fast paced Web Developer based into to everything and into to everything professional Boot Camp. Essentially as a student you need to know these things:
They also prepare you for job interviews and have other professionals in the business speak to the class, in my class:
Sherri is a professional job coach and guided the class on the process of resumes, interviews and job seeking.
Alex works for Nextiva and spoke to us about professional interviews, what not to do and what to do. Alex also provides help with resumes.
Anthony works for Melt Media and spoke to the class about expectations.
Devon works for Melt Media and gave the graduates a preliminary professional technical interview with feedback.
Some things to expect:
I registered and paid for one of their courses back in 2016.
Unfortunately i the had some health issues and have tried continuously to talk to them.
You may get an email, with a phone number but then you never get a response to either of those.
I have tried many phone#s and nobody ever answers.
I have learned a lot in the 12 week course and now I feel I am ready to get a web developer job.
I decided to enroll in Maricopa Corporate College's spring 2017 Web Development Bootcamp. My decision came after months of frustration trying to teach myself Ruby and Python and a general interest in learning a valuable set of skills. I have been around the tech./startup industry for years now and wanted to take the next step and become coding literate. I spent a great deal of time researching options. My first choice was a program in San Francisco, its appeal was that it didn't take up-fr...
I decided to enroll in Maricopa Corporate College's spring 2017 Web Development Bootcamp. My decision came after months of frustration trying to teach myself Ruby and Python and a general interest in learning a valuable set of skills. I have been around the tech./startup industry for years now and wanted to take the next step and become coding literate. I spent a great deal of time researching options. My first choice was a program in San Francisco, its appeal was that it didn't take up-front tuition, but rather would take 18% of your first year's salary. The prospect of moving to San Francisco for several months seemed pretty daunting and just wasn't going to fit with my life at the time.
My second choice was a program in San Diego and I actually enrolled in the program and was ready to move to San Diego for a couple months but a series of poorly communicated events on their end left me mad and I withdrew.
It was only happenstance that I received an email from Sumy Joy, the program manager for MCOR's Web Dev course. I had ended up on their newsletter and up until that moment, had ignored the emails. I attended their upcoming open house, met a couple of the instructors and was impressed with their resumes. When they told me the price I was sold. Compared with a program like Galvanize for example, it was 1/5 the cost.
The program itself was great, the class was quite small by the time many students dropped out a few weeks in, making it very easy to ask questions and engage with the faculty. The content was useful, although I think they may have spent too long on HTML and CSS for our particular cohort (thankfully we were all very quick learners).
All in all, this class is great, but don't expect to be babied, this class moves quickly and requires you to put a bit of effort in away from class (as I assume any bootcamp would) they give you the basics, and are there to answer your questions. The smaller class size is particularly appealing and the content is very relevant as all the instructors currently work in the industry during the day. As far as placement, I was offered an internship immediately upon completion of the course, and as far as I know, all who wanted one were offered the same from various companies.
You'll get out of this course what you're willing to get in, but these guys will give you more than a foundation for you to start a new career and for the price, it's unbeatable.
How much does Maricopa Corporate College cost?
Maricopa Corporate College costs around $4,995. On the lower end, some Maricopa Corporate College courses like Mobile Web Developer cost $2,295.
What courses does Maricopa Corporate College teach?
Maricopa Corporate College offers courses like Full Stack Software Developer, Mobile and Desktop Web Developer / Responsive Web Design, Mobile Web Developer, Web Applications Developer and 1 more.
Where does Maricopa Corporate College have campuses?
Maricopa Corporate College has in-person campuses in Tempe. Maricopa Corporate College also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.
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