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- Exciting Journey at Nucamp- 1/10/2021Prince Akahoho Segbefia • Student (Full Stack Developer) • Student • Verified via GitHubI chose Nucamp because it was affordable in comparison with other bootcamps. Also, I liked the course structure and the fact that workshops were held on weekends(Saturday). The flexibility of the course was of most importance to me. The tutors are very patient in explaining issues step by step. Using domestic examples and relating it to codes made my journey in coding exciting. If you are thinking of attending a Full Stack Developer bootcamp, Nucamp is the place to be on any day.
- With the state of the economy, the financial unknowns, the constant lay offs from the creative world, I wanted to pivot towards software developer side, knowing that even at an entry point I will have the potential to earn more and have more consistency in job protection for years to come. I needed guidance, and direction, I needed to be shown how to make all the pieces connect together, the steps from beginning to completion. NuCamp was offering a path of knowledge that I needed at a financial price point that I could manage during an economic downturn. Had NuCamp not been able to offer this plan as an alternative I would not be afforded this opportunity to make a path and plan for a better future, at the very least laying to groundwork for me to walk upon and follow, grow, and learn. I am hopeful, but I know this is just the beginning in a long journey learning new code.
- Fundamentals HTML,CSS,JS / Full Stack- 1/10/2021Brandon Dugan • Operations Specialist • Student • Verified via LinkedInI came into Nucamp only knowing C++ (which I took at my local CC to get familiar with programming). I was eyeing Nucamp for awhile because of the price which seemed unbeatable. I compared other Bay Area bootcamps and found that many were over $10,000. NuCamp has payment plans in which made it easier to pay as well as not having to quit my full-time job.
Since we are in a pandemic and taking this online I thought it was well structured and made it easy to follow. I am used to taking online courses anyways because most of my college classes were online so this was no challenge. However I cannot speak for others, but the community and making new connections made it easier to learn how to code. I was debating on whether doing 'self-taught' or joining a bootcamp when comparing my experiences at my local CC. In all honestly, I thought the bootcamp approach while learning on your own made the experience worth it. I knew that if I was to take the self taught route I would be distracted and go off course and going to get another degree in CS was pointless. It would be more time wasted as well as piled with more school loans. Since I already have a B.A Degree in Psychology I didn't think it was worth it. The learning structure and applying the code to the workshops made me understand what I was doing. In school I felt that I was not learning because I worried about the letter grade and not so much programming.
If you are on the edge on whether to decide joining a bootcamp, don't feel alone. Why? Because I was in the same position and I also watched countless youtubers on hoping to solidify which path to take. But in the end it is your path to take and where you want to take your career. I got nothing negative to say about Nucamp, to me its everything that I could ever wanted in a bootcamp experience and the structure of how each week made it easy to follow and also add more time in to deep dive in learning.
- Good Value- 1/9/2021Mark • Verified via LinkedIn
- Full Stack- 1/9/2021Alex • Campus: Dallas • Verified via LinkedInI chose Nucamp because for me, personally, I learn better when I in an environment of community. For example, Udemy is great, but I don't get to interact, collaborate, and engage with other students the way that I am able to with Nucamp. Another reason why I chose Nucamp is because it provided for a live instructor element, a real person that would go over and teach the material and be a major source of support. Lastly, the price was right. I found that the cost of the course was extremely affordable, and the company even provided payment plans.
- Web Development Fundamentals- 1/9/2021Florea Baltag • Graduate • Campus: Jersey City • Verified via LinkedInWhy I choose Nucamp: well, for someone who was an absolute newbie into this field, having no clue about coding, starting from zero, it proved that was one of the best decisions that I took so far! They made the content very accessible and divided it into 3 parts: fundamentals, front end, and full-stack, making it very easy for you to know exactly what to choose! I just graduate today the fundamentals, and after a short break, I'll be returning for the full-stack! That's a promise, NuCamp!!!
What I really liked the most is the financial part; they're really accessible comparing with other schools out there, giving basically a fair chance to everyone to learn to code, refresh their memories or go for a total career change! So overall, I totally recommend it! It is channeling, especially if you don't have a clue, like myself ..but it's rewarding!!!
- best bootcamp- 1/1/2021Adam Aatik • student • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Online • Verified via GitHub
- Great Course, but You'll Have to do More.- 12/29/2020Kyle Collins • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Charleston • Verified via GitHubI chose Nucamp's fullstack web dev course due to the flexibility and lower cost associated with the course. It was certainly helpful in giving me basics and a community of current/aspiring devs to be connected with. The instructors are really helpful, and they make themselves available for you to ask questions of and grow.
I wouldn't, however, expect this course to make you job ready just by itself. This course gave me necessary building blocks to grow as a developer, but I also had to use many other resources in order to understand key concepts. If you're expecting this course to be a one-stop-shop for all your needs to become a full time dev, then you'll be disappointed.
With that being said, I have learned a ton about web developement, and Nucamp has no doubt launched me in the right direction toward being a full-time dev. The community, instructors, and resources alone make it well worth the low fee. It's also really helpful to have structure and accountability of classmates to keep coding!
I would definitely recommend Nucamp, but I'd just let people know they'll have to do a lot of extra things alongside Nucamp in order to become a full-time dev!
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Of the students who enroll at Nucamp, 75% graduated. 100% of graduates were job-seeking and 78% of job-seeking graduates found in-field employment after 180 days and report a median income of . Below is the 180 Day Employment Breakdown for 1131 graduates included in this report: