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In PersonPart Time14 Hours/week17 Weeks
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In PersonPart Time14 Hours/week22 Weeks
Deposit 376 FinancingNucamp Fair Student Agreement
Tuition Plans $10/month while graduating Refund / Guarantee According to state laws Scholarship Yes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
Deposit 349 Refund / Guarantee According to state laws Scholarship Yes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
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- Web Development Fundamentals- 11/1/2020Amanda • Verified via LinkedInChance really took the time throughout the week to check in on us while we were going through the lessons. He pushed us to think outside the box and always stress research to find the problem. I really felt that I have learned a lot in the past four weeks to really take time to step outside yourself and take a breath if you cannot get the solution right away...it is usually staring at you right in the face.
- Bootstrap Class- 11/1/2020Megan Wong • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Online • Verified via GitHubI loved this course! It was perfect for me. I tried one day of another course before this, and I really prefer nucamp's format. The videos are an ideal length for you to learn a new concept without being overwhelmed. They each have a corresponding exercise for you to really cement the concept in your mind with hands-on building. The one class a week on Saturday is a great schedule, with a brief review and then a hands-on project every week. The instructor is very responsive to questions throughout the week, as are the other instructors from other cohorts on the main Slack channel. I never expected I could make such a good-looking website by the end of 5 weeks, and look forward to learning further skills and eventually the backend component as well.
- Coding NuCamp- 11/1/2020Bert Michael Carr Jr • Student • Course: Web Development Fundamentals • Campus: Hybrid (Online & In-person) • Verified via GitHub
- First Steps to a New Life- 11/1/2020Chuck B. • Campus: Online • Verified via LinkedInI have truly enjoyed my NuCamp experience this far. I am not in a position in life where going back to school or a fully immersive bootcamp is an option. My instructor and the student community have been extremely helpful, and I am looking forward to the next step.
- The flexible schedule helps me learn how to code at a time convenient for me. Price is also a another major factor. NuCamp provides those features to learning code and it is very accommodating to my personal circumstances. I am very happy I chose NuCamp.
- High Quality meets Low Cost- 10/31/2020Chris Swanson, MS JD • Attorney • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Orange County • Verified via GitHubSpectacular program at an unbelievable price. I took time off from software engineering and had to put my toolset back together before I could return to the field with the confidence necessary to believe I can do the job. Nucamp pushed me hard but rewarded me with much more than I paid for. As someone who used to hire engineers, I know I'd give graduates of this program extra points just for being smart enough not to have paid a fortune for schooling that usually does. They don't sacrifice quality in any way to remain so reasonably priced. It's almost too good to believe -- but it isn't. It's just an outlier with a mission to give back more than it takes. Bravo Nucamp! I couldn't have been better served...
- Nucamp Full Stack- 10/31/2020Gulom • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: San Francisco • Verified via GitHubNucamp is a good alternative to other expensive bootcamps. It still covers necessary materials, and directs you to the right direction. The whole week students study and practice online. On Saturdays there is a four hour workshop in which the instructor wraps up the material for the week which is very helpful to discuss anything regarding the material. If students have any questions during weekdays, they are still able to contact their instructors via slack mostly. Overall, I am happy with Nucamp. They also have career services which I did not use so far because I am not at that point yet.
- You'll work hard, but best bang-for-your-buck!- 10/31/2020Landon • Integrated Marketing Specialist • Student • Course: Front End Web and Mobile Development • Campus: Online • Verified via LinkedInNucamp is definitely a self-learn program that expects a lot of time and energy, but the fast-paced process and scaled difficulty of the program, as well as the "learning by doing" focus make it a wonderful bootcamp. It is not for the faint of heart, but if you are willing to put in the time and effort, Nucamp is probably the best advanced bootcamp for the price you will find (especially with its flexibility of online or in-person courses and with the frequency of cohorts available).
- Great Bootcamp!- 10/20/2020Matt Ammirati • freelance developer • Graduate • Campus: Honolulu • Verified via GitHub
Here's what I liked: My teacher was very knowledgable and generous with his time. I appreciated having a structure of material to learn, moving towards a goal(I feel this can be hard to establish for a raw beginner). The Slack community is awesome(provides exposure to developers at/above your skill level and other instructors not assigned to you to help you through problems). Can't say enough about the positive community. The extra resources provided to you with each lesson(this just really saves you some Googling, but I appreciated this). The price and commitment level is more than reasonable for someone who doesn't know if this is for them.
Here's the not so great: The online materials are no better than freely available online resources(maybe worse than some in terms of clarity). The course is a bit rushed and could easily be 1-2 weeks longer to give you enough time to get the basics of this skill. The collaborative coding aspects are not as emphasized as I believe they should be, as working directly with is an essential skill to master when learning to code. You will likely be working on your projects for much of the weekend if, like me, you want them to come out looking good. This isn't really pointed out when you sign up, so plan for that. Also, I found daily hourly commitment needed was understated to understand the material presented. I had to do a lot of supplemental reading, just to get my head around some of the concepts. The CSS portion of the program is particularly cursory, so you will definitely need more instruction in this area(even to get the basics).
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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: