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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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  • Benedict Jallah
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    Sep 05, 2022
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    My Nucamp decision was great. nucamp helps and guide you through the basic and necessities of bein a web developer.
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  • Chris F.
    Student • Back End, SQL, and DevOps with Python • Online
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    Sep 03, 2022
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    Python course review

    Based on the first five-week course, Python Fundamentals, I want to share my experience with the Nucamp Back End, SQL, and DevOps with Python Bootcamp. 
    I like Nucamp because the founder, Ludo, is transparent about the program. In his love weekly YouTube show, Campfire, he mentioned that students would have to supplement using this program. 
    He says there are better and free curriculums, but the main reason for choosing Nucamp is the week...
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  • Robert
    Student • Back End, SQL, and DevOps with Python • Seattle
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    Sep 03, 2022
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    good bootcamp

    This review was required as part of the curriculum. This bootcamp is affordable and flexible. It was the right choice for me as I have a Full time job and cannot attend an in person bootcamp five days a week. Do not expect to learn everything from the bootcamp. My recommendation for anyone who is applying is to utilize outside resources beforehand. Classes move fast and you need to be able to keep up. I took a few udemy classes before this and got a few books on python which really helpe...
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  • Vernille
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    Aug 22, 2022
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    A great bootcamp

    I felt that I wouldn't be able to manage this course, but an admissions rep., helped make clear the requirements after he understood my challenges. Honestly, he is the reason I committed in the end. I am glad I did, as I learned alot, and my strong desire to code was re-ignited. I still have lots to learn and soo much practice to undertake, but I am happy with my decision on NuCamp!
    Thanks admissions guy(sorry I don't remember your name, but you were key), thanks Frank for your help a...
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  • Brycen
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    Aug 22, 2022
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    Nucamp

    I enjoy learning about coding and I want to do it for a future career so Nucamp looked like a good option.
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  • Serge
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    Aug 20, 2022
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    A very good way to get introduced to lots of coding concepts fast!

    Nucamp is great, but I am not sure it's the right direction for me right now. To me, the most important features of the camp are direct interactions with students and instructors, as well as hands-on exercises. I have a few ideas I want to try and develop, and what I missed in the course is the additional coaching on how something can be done in a different way. Single-option how-tos tend to discourage rather than inspire. But then again, everyone's learning styles are different. 
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  • Justyn Mitchell
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    Aug 20, 2022
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    Web Development

    I wanted to tip my toes into coding and this program was very beneficial!
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  • Ravinia Tagay
    Graduate • Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Online
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    Aug 16, 2022
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    Full Stack Web + Mobile Development

    The main reason why I chose to enroll in Nucamp was because I had previously started my career in IT and wanted to get back into this industry.  I felt that Nucamp was the best in helping me accomplish my goal.  Their courses were very thorough and each module helped me understand all the new concepts and technologies.  I have learned a lot from my instructors and cohorts and this will help me in the next chapter of my career!
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  • Mario
    Student • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
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    Aug 08, 2022
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    Nucamp Experience

    I am currently in the construction business(Truck Driver) and i looking for a new career change, I have been looking into BootCamps and was trying to find a online (part-time) and affordable camp, Nucamp did both, very flexible and i can study on my own time. I finished web dev fundamentals and i am now in the full stack web + mobile development., Just finished the bootstrap course heading into React front end. The instructors are very helpful and nice, they take their time explaining th...
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  • Christa C.
    Graduate • Web Development Fundamentals • Online
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    Jul 26, 2022
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    Excellent Experience

    I just finished the Web development fundamentals course and was initially nervous as I am changing careers after 15 years in Business Finance and HR.  My instructor was fantastic, the material was easy to follow and the support from the school staff was outstanding when needed.
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  • Zach
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    Jul 21, 2022
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    Nucamp's HTML, CSS and Javascript course

    I signed up for this class to kinda bolster what I somewhat knew with html and css. I was very eager to get to the javascript, and I must say that my instructor had a great way of teaching and lended us a number of resources to look over in our spare time. The group setting made it fun and I'm assuming alluded to what it's actually like to work on a development team. Great cohort, and I will be continuing on to complete all nucamp's courses in its entirety.
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  • DeAnna N.
    Future Software Engineer • Student • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
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    Jul 20, 2022
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    So happy I did!

    I chose to attend NuCamp because it was more affordable than the other boot camps. The online classroom structure is great because it allowed me to efficiently complete the lessons and assignments that I needed to while allowing enough flexibility to work with my schedule. Plus, my instructor was available all week long should I have any questions. He provided multiple methods to reach him for any reason and he was always quick to respond.
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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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