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- B Her • Verified via GitHubI just completed the course and went ahead and moved forward with enrolling in the upcoming Full Stacked course. I have ZERO background in programming and I strongly feel that taking this Fundamental course was impactful. The Fundamental course provided the foundations I needed and I utilized other tools like youtube to learn more about those concepts. I really liked the small class size and felt I was able to get a lot of one on one help from my instructor, Mr. Ahmed. He made my experience a very pleasant one. He is full of knowledge and guided our class throughout every workshop. I'll update my review after I complete my Full Stack course.
- Web Development Fundamentals- 6/15/2020th3hungryd3v • Student • Student • Campus: Las Vegas • Verified via GitHubI just finished up the Web Dev Fundamentals course and this is my review of that curriculum: First, this course is not meant to make you job-ready Web Developer and they even tell you that in their Open House videos on Youtube. This is mainly to get your proverbial feet wet in reading, writing, and applying code, as well as, to see if this is something you actually enjoy doing. I signed up for this course after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, so the workshops were all done through zoom, online. For $349, you'll have access to their gazillion slack channels, knowledgeable instructors, and other people from your community, even people from other communities! One of the main reasons I chose NuCamp: Budget. I don't have the resources or the funds to be able to afford the other bootcamps I was also interested in. Location: I have my own family and I can't simply have them uproot to move to a different state, just so I can attend a bootcamp. Community: Not only would I get the chance to meet other people who were in the same boat, but because we're in the same state, we could potentially meetup at a local spot to code together in person, outside of the classroom. You can learn everything in this curriculum by yourself for free, but it never hurt anybody to have access to a community and staff on hand to make sure you're learning properly, which makes the learning process a bit more enjoyable and efficient. Before finishing this course, I'd already signed up for the full stack because I'm interested in learning more about the front-end as well as the back-end. This course will prepare you for what's to come, whether it's the front-end web design or the full-stack path courses they offer. tl;dr: So far, So Go0d!
- Web Development and Beyond- 6/15/2020Drue • DevOps Cloud Engineer • Student • Course: Web Development Fundamentals • Campus: Orlando • Verified via LinkedInIt's been both, a challenging and exciting educational path. It's no joke that you have to invest the time needed to learn this program, so be sure to come ready to learn. I've appreciated the method in which content is presented. Nice, bite size pieces, straight to the point with supporting exercises.
Looking forward to my next steps with the full stack program.
- Web Developer Fundamentals- 6/15/2020Andrew • Verified via LinkedIn
- NUCAMP- 6/15/2020sam • Student • Course: Web Development Fundamentals • Campus: Albuquerque • Verified via GitHub
- I like Nucamp because it focuses on practical stuff! Here is my expectation when I'm taking some classes or going through a training: I like to see most of the theories/knowledge that I learned - being applied in developing some website or application; Nucamp gives me a lot of hands on training to try and implement different things and it meets my expectation so far. I hope it will do the same for the rest of the courses.
- Nucamp- 6/13/2020Seth Thurnau • Student • Campus: Kansas City • Verified via LinkedIn
- This review is after the Front End Bootcamp & before the Back End Bootcamp.
Nucamp does a great job of giving you a strong foundation for most of React & React Native for web & mobile development. I strongly feel I can build my own portfolio of websites & mobile apps with what we've learned. The only thing I would improve about the course is finding an easier way to understand Redux. I personally think it will take extra resources to understanding Redux beyond the course.
The other thing I want to mention is that the course doesn't go into libraries beyond an introduction and basic functionalities. They fully expect you to delve deeper into each library to gain beyond a basic understanding which is completely understandable but something I personally would have liked to be in the course.
The instructors I've had were all incredibly helpful and working along-side students even in an online-only setting was a great experience. My personal recommendation is that if you decide to do the Bootcamp, do your project with a partner. It helps you learn from them, holds you accountable and you are forced to learn Git very well.
Overall 9/10 for the cost/value/time I spent on the Bootcamp.
If you would live to view my project portfolio from the course you can find it here: https://github.com/stevenCsaunders/fit-brews-react
My partner & I worked on it together as students. Note: My partner is a professional UI/UX Designer so it's quite pretty visually for a project and I was able to learn quite a bit from him.
If you found my review helpful, my referral code is: WM9NKZ
- It's worth considering- 6/13/2020Chris • Graduate • Course: Web Development Fundamentals • Campus: Online • Verified via LinkedInI chose Nucamp because of the price, and the flexible workflow. Sunday-Friday online, and 9 am-1 pm workshop on Saturdays (In-person or Online because of Covid-19) is doable since I work full-time. I liked collaborating with my classmates, and my instructor was great and very helpful. The only issue I have is the way the material is presented. The person doing the videos sounds like she's reading from a script, and quite frankly doesn't sound very lively. I've taken courses on Udemy and the instructor has a way of catching your attention. I could do a course on Udemy, and the next thing I know three hours have passed. I watch the videos on Nucamp, and I find myself losing focusing, and fiddling with my phone. All in all, Nucamp is a great Bootcamp, and every dime I spent was worth it! I don't regret taking the course, and I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn code.
- Nucamp- 6/13/2020Brandon • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Online • Verified via GitHub
- Review for Bootstrap Part of Bootcamp- 6/13/2020Pamela Dyer • Student • Course: Front End Web and Mobile Development • Campus: San Antonio • Verified via GitHubI choose it because of the price. I loved the Saturday workshops with the instructor Steven Williams. He was very knowledgeable and patient with us to help us gain information/concepts.
Wish there were more classroom time like that than just being self-paced through the week.
- FullStack Web Development- 5/19/2020Hayat Ibrahim • Independent Contractor • Student • Campus: Dallas • Verified via LinkedIn
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