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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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  • Elijah Sean Armendariz
    Graduate • Los Angeles
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    Jul 17, 2022
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    Web Fundamentals Student

    I was wondering if I should enroll in the beginner's course because I had already been coding in Javascript for 2 months and I knew a lot of the HTML/CSS basics, but I'm glad I did because there were a lot of holes our instructor helped me fill. The instructor really helped with really going over and coding live for things that are considered industry standards. It also sets up the pace and is good practice for the upcoming bootcamps as far as time dedication and scheduling were concerne...
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  • Terri
    Website Services - Client Services Manager • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
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    Jul 16, 2022
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    HTML, CSS, Javascript class at Nucamp

    Although I had taught myself HTML and CSS and was using it at my job, I wanted to be sure that I understood all of the intricacies of programming in HTML, CSS and JavaScript since they are the building blocks of the internet.   This was the right decision.  I learned so much and now have the confidence to learn other frameworks.
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  • Adam
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    Jul 03, 2022
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    Fullstack

    I joined Nucamp due to the low daily time commitment and also recomendations through past graduates. The experience has been great so far and I cant wait to take more classes.
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  • Jon M Honhart
    Senior Systems Engineer • Student • Seattle
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    Jun 25, 2022
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    Bootcamp

    Loved the content and instructors for each of the three courses.  Highly recommend!  What you put in directly collates to what you get out.   I struggled with content and workshops but took the time I needed to learn and move forward.  Both class and instructors have helped me get a better base of understanding.  This has helped me to open a side of tech the has eluded me for many years.  
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  • Gabriel B.
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    Jun 22, 2022
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    HTML, CSS and JavaScript

    I have been stagnant in my career pursuits for years. My wife sent me a careerkarma article about boot camps and Nucamp was listed. I checked them out. The price and length of the course was perfect. I gave it a try and I am happy with my decision. I took the html, css, and javascript 4-week bootcamp.  My instructor was awesome and helped us with whatever questions we had. He took the time to breakdown the complex concepts or syntax into understandable nuggets. If you are new to programm...
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  • Steven Chafin
    Graduate • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
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    Jun 14, 2022
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    Worth it beyond the material

    I went with Nucamp mainly because they are the most affordable. When I researched them I saw a lot of great things about them. After going through multiple courses here I can say it's worth it. Beyond the great course material that they are actively updating, the community and the instructors are amazing. I never once felt like a bother to anyone and my instructors regularly went above and beyond.
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  • Jaime Gomez
    San Francisco
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    Jun 13, 2022
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    Senior Network Engineer

    I enrolled in Nucamp to pursue a new career as a Software Engineer.
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  • Chris Cirigliano
    Student • Hybrid (Online & In-person)
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    Jun 12, 2022
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    Web Development Fundamentals

    I enrolled in Nucamp because of the affordability compared to other bootcamps, and the depth of topics that they cover throughout. After completing the Web Development Fundamentals course, I'm confident that I have a solid foundation on which I can continue to learn and grow as a developer.
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  • Doug Kissack
    Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Online
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    Jun 12, 2022
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    Web Development Fundamentals

    I enrolled in Nucamp's complete software engineering track to transition away from a career as a sales engineer.  So far, I have finished the web development fundamentals bootcamp.  The course gave a decent beginner's look into HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, although I think it would be better suited as a 6-week course with more time to focus on certain areas.  My instructor was a full-stack web developer outside of her role at Nucamp and offered tons of outside resources and help throughout...
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  • Peter Kestler
    SDET-1 • Student
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    Jun 12, 2022
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    HTML, CSS and JavaScript

    I was a part of a previous internship with a company. they told me I would be working in automation which was not the direction that I wanted to go in but they said I could cross-train after I work with them for a period of time. The instructor was brand new and the course material was not that great so a lot of the time we were left to fend for ourselves. That being said I ended up leaving the company when I felt I was underprepared for work in the automation field and took a short brea...
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  • Megan Green
    Student • Web Development Fundamentals • Online
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    Jun 10, 2022
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    Student

    I was in need of a career change and have been interested in coding for the last year or so. I interviewed with a few schools and researched a handful of coding bootcamps. I finally decided on Nucamp due to their communication response time, affordable courses and flexibility with coursework. I am happy with everything so far!
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  • Kimberly
    Student • Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Online
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    Jun 04, 2022
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    I found a job before finishing bootcamp!

    I choose Nucamp because I was ready to take my hobby-level skills and apply them to making a career change. But as a full time employee with a family to care for, most the bootcamps had schedules that were impossible - not to mention price tags that were prohibitive for my family's budget. I found Nucamp and decided to jump in. I think it turned out to be the perfet program for me. All but 1 of my instructors were really great and I actually was hired as a React Native developer a full 3...
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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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