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- NuCamp Review- 4/5/2020Guyton • Campus: Washington • Verified via LinkedInI think I learned a lot in a sort time, even if some of the course materials were a bit (in my opinion) out of order and should be a bit more in depth. That being said, I gained access to a lot of resources and information I did not previously have, and I feel confident that I should be able to apply those concepts int he near future.
- Nucamp- 4/4/2020Will Peterson • Verified via LinkedIn
- My experience so far.- 4/4/2020James Grigoras • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Hybrid (Online & In-person) • Verified via GitHubI am currently enrolled in the Full-Stack/Mobile Bootcamp and I am absolutely loving my experience. I just finished my first section and I am very excited to see where this takes me. My instructor so far has been the best at everything! He is extremely knowledgable about what we are learning at he makes it fun! I would 1000% recommend this boot camp to anyone!
- Finished Bootstrap, Next Step: React!- 4/4/2020Layla • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Hybrid (Online & In-person) • Verified via GitHubI've just finished the Bootstrap course, have a week of "break" (I'll probably keep working on my portfolio project which, thankfully, can always be better!), and then I'll be going on to the React and through the entire Fullstack program!
Having just completed 5 weeks of working with my instructor periodically throughout the week and for a few hours each Saturday, I feel a bit sad to no longer have class with her. I trust that future instructors will be just as wonderful, and I can still find her on our Nucamp Slack, which has channels for each cohort, each cohort's location, each class section, a general channel, a random channel, and more! There are lots of opportunities to connect, even while we are all forced to be remote (thanks, COVID-19!). It is cohort-based, so I do get to have some familiar faces in the next class!
I highly recommend being very intentional about working with a partner on your portfolio project. And about learning how to use github. It is possible to make it through the course without doing much of either, just as it's possible to cut corners on so many things. Don't. You want those skills.
Overall, I would recommend this course to anyone that wants to have structured study of the basic web development fundamentals. It doesn't go ridiculously deep, as it's only 5 weeks long and part time, but it will let you keep your job and it will give you a lot to chew on. You will be able to assemble a website and run it locally. You will know how to format it to make it look prettier. And you might even have fun figuring it out.
- nucamp was just what I needed- 3/4/2020Kervin • Customer Care Specialist • Student • Campus: Seattle • Verified via LinkedIn
- Nucamp Great Coding Bootcamp- 3/4/2020Ian De Jesus • Student • Campus: San Diego • Verified via GitHub
- Full Stack Course at Nucamp- 3/4/2020Rebekah Hoopengarner • Student • Campus: Seattle • Verified via LinkedInI chose Nucamp because of its flexible schedule, since I have a full-time job and cannot take regular classes. I ended up really liking the Saturday workshops, and find the learning style during the week to be challenging, but not impossible. I'd recommend this course to anyone! It does take a good amount of self-discipline, but the course information is usually engaging enough to keep you interested and wanting to learn more. All the instructors are super helpful and kind, and genuinely want to see you succeed.
- Nucamp is an outstanding bootcamp. It is perfect for those of us who have a day job. I spent 14-20 hours per week including Saturday morning team meetings. My instructor was very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. It was fun to learn in a group where we could share ideas. They say you get what you pay for, so I was skeptical, since Nucamp is so much less than the 5-figure full-time bootcamps, but this is totally worth the money! I highly recommend Nucamp and I'll be taking more courses from them.
- NuCamp Great Value- 3/4/2020Alejandro Aucestovar • Student • Campus: San Antonio • Verified via GitHubNuCamp doesn't teach you everything about front end development but they put you in a very good learning situation/environment. The basics they teach you are pure fundamentals that are absolutely needed in order to become a very good developer. React and React Native are excellent courses!
- Nucamp: Bootstrap- 3/2/2020Jose Ruiz Gomez • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Hybrid (Online & In-person) • Verified via GitHubI chose Nucamp because it was the bootcamp that provided me with the best option to study remotely and on my own time, while also giving me live access to an instructor twice a week and to a whole community 24/7 through Slack. Saturday classes were well-paced and full of exercises that tested what we had learned during that week. Amy, our instructor, was always helpful and attentive.
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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: