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Nucamp

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Nucamp is a coding bootcamp that offers part-time, online programs, including Back End, SQL, DevOps with Python (16 weeks); Front End Web & Mobile Development (17 weeks); and Full Stack Web & Mobile Development (22 weeks). Nucamp also offers a 4-week introduction bootcamp that covers the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Nucamp is on a mission to make quality education accessible and affordable to everyone. The online bootcamps include both self-pa...

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Tacoma
    Feb 10, 2020
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    Full Stack Web and Mobile dev

    I am currently in a react-native portion of the full stack course. The whole course revolved around building the same website first using bootstrap, then using react and then react-native. The course videos are sub-par and you will end up learning from googling a lot. The video only talks about the nucamp website you are building so if you want to build something on your own, you will feel lost. Min(the instructor in the video) does a poor job in explaining the content and most of the ti...
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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Web Development Fundamentals • Washington
    Feb 05, 2020
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    I don't want to write a review
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  • Anonymous
    Student • Sacramento
    Jan 30, 2020
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    Love it!

    I chose Nucamp because I work full-time and most other coding camps require way too much time during the week.  Nucamp was the best of both worlds with the hybrid structure.  I also appreciated the cost since most bootcamps were much, much more.  I really liked the weekend in-person sessions; I felt that is where I learned the most because I was able to take the week's work and learn from it with peers. 
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  • Anonymous
    Student • Madison
    Jan 29, 2020
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    Web Fundamentals Course

    I recently took the Web Development Fundamentals course offered at Nucamp and I would definitely recommend the course to others wanting to explore into the career of web development. The course is very affordable and is taught by very mindful instructors that are there for you to learn.

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Philadelphia
    Jan 27, 2020
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    HTML/CSS/JS

    Very thoughtful instructor and informative material

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Riverside
    Jan 26, 2020
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    Nucamp is fantastic!

    I chose Nucamp because its a good hybrid between in-person bootcamps and being self-taught. Having the weekly structure gives you accountability and encourages you to stay at a productive pace. The instructor was phenomenal and having other people in the course enables you to work together; so you are never alone no matter what skill level you are. This bootcamp definitely doesn't spoon feed you (a very good thing!) and it will definitely challenge you so you have to come in with the willi...

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  • Anonymous
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    Jan 25, 2020
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    nucamp web dev fundamentals review

    chose Nucamp part-time online bootcamp because of cost and flexibility of schedule. instructor was great, v helpful. curriculum was good, found it to be an easy and organized way of delving into web development for the first time. glad i made the choice to take this bootcamp. just finished with the web dev fundamentals bootcamp, am now hoping/planning to continue with full-stack.

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  • Anonymous
    Web QA • Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
    Jan 25, 2020
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    NuCamp

    As a beginner, this course of HTML CSS and Js was a good start to gain confidence and a lot of knowledge.
    I'll take the Fullstack next week and I'm pretty excited.

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Los Angeles
    Jan 25, 2020
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    Solid Intro Course!

    The video tutorials left a little to be desired, but our instructor (Naasir) continually fed us pdfs and additional video links to further our understanding. I feel like the price is fair for what you get--it's an intro course but it's VERY immersive. I'd pay for a "Part 2" intro course if they offered one, just so when I went into Bootstrap, etc., I'd be even more prepared.

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Las Vegas
    Jan 25, 2020
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    NuCamp Rocks!

    NuCamp is great for the working professional trying to transition careers.  Much like every other self guided class, this is very much "you get out of it what you put into it" and some students fail to see that.  If you're going into this thinking that you will learn everything from the workshops, you're not going to do well.

    Take the time during the week to study and ask questions on the message boards!  The weekly classes on Saturdays is where all of the "light-blub" moments wi...

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  • Anonymous
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    Jan 25, 2020
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    NuCamp intro bootcamp review

    Overall it was a good experience. I would have preferred to have the weekend sessions be in person rather than video conference, but I understand that it's not feasible if there aren't many other students in my city. The instructor was great, patient, and very knowledgeable. He made sure none of us were left behind and that by the end of each session, we all had the projected completed and functioning. If you are a person who would prefer a structured learning environment over solely...

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  • Anonymous
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    Jan 25, 2020
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    HTML, CSS and JavaScript

    I chose NuCamp because of the cost and the flexible schedule. Being a beginner to coding, I was very pleased on how the content was very easy to understand. 

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How much does Nucamp cost?

Nucamp costs around $2,328. On the lower end, some Nucamp courses like Job Hunting Bootcamp cost $458.

Where does Nucamp have campuses?

Nucamp has in-person campuses in Atlanta, Baltimore, Bellingham, Charleston, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Dallas, Detroit, Irvine, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Marysville, Minneapolis, Nashville, Oakland, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Reno, Riverside, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Spokane, St. Paul, Tacoma and Washington. Nucamp also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

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Not every state requires licensing for our 100% online school, but we are licensed in the states of Washington, Kentucky, Texas, Utah, Michigan, with more to come. This does not affect any student's ability and right to enroll from any location on earth!
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