Our latest on Sabio
Brijesh Patel is an instructor at Sabio’s Full-Time Coding Bootcamp – a bootcamp he graduated from 4 years ago! We caught up with Brijesh to learn how (and why) he became an instructor at Sabio. He also shares how working with partners like the City of Los Angeles on real projects benefits Sabio students, the Sabio teaching philosophy, and the characteristics of the most successful Sabio bootcamp graduates.Continue Reading →
As Army Veteran Brady Keegan returned to civilian life, he met another veteran who showed him the path to Software Development. Now he’s attending Sabio and learning .NET while building a real full-stack portal for a client project! Find out why Brady chose Sabio, the importance of Sabio’s PreWork course, and why he decided to use his GI Benefits instead of doing the Vet Tec Program.Continue Reading →
Is your 2021 New Year’s resolution to break into tech? You already know that a coding bootcamp can help you get there – 79% of bootcamp grads get jobs in tech and the average alum sees a 56% salary lift. The first step is to apply, so we’ve compiled a list of 22 full-time, part-time, in-person and online coding bootcamps all offering upcoming bootcamps in early 2021.
Most in-person bootcamps are still delivering their programs online, and some schools are now offering a hybrid learning environment. Before applying for any in-person program, first check with the school to determine if and when students are allowed on campus.Continue Reading →
What will your salary be after coding bootcamp? Coding bootcamps are judged almost entirely by their ability to find students high-paying jobs as web developers. Some schools release data about alumni jobs, others offer money-back job guarantees or deferred tuition, but how much are students earning when they graduate and how does their earning potential change as they gain experience? Every year, Course Report surveys real coding bootcamp graduates to better understand who is graduating from coding bootcamps and how successful they are in the workforce. Let’s explore the web developer salaries that alumni see after a bootcamp.
In Course Report’s most recent study of 3,043 graduates, we find that coding bootcamp graduates earn an average $69,079, with a median salary of $65,000 in their first jobs.Continue Reading →
With a growing skills shortage in cyber security, Los Angeles technology bootcamp Sabio is launching a cyber security bootcamp in addition to their well-established web development program. Experienced IT and security professional Gwenique Williams recently joined Sabio to build and teach the new curriculum. Gwenique tells us what technologies and skills the program covers, why background checks and security clearances can be important when working to protect sensitive or confidential information, and what sort of companies are hiring for various cyber security roles.Continue Reading →
As Philip Percesepe was transitioning out of the Marine Corps he came up with an exciting tech startup idea. He realized he needed more specialized technical skills to build the idea, so he used the GI Bill to enroll at Sabio coding bootcamp in Los Angeles. Since he graduated in February 2017, Philip has continued to work on his startup, Knot My Yacht (like Airbnb for yachts), and has launched a couple of other businesses. Philip tells us how his military background was helpful both at Sabio and in a startup environment, and why going into tech through a bootcamp is a “no brainer” for other veterans.Continue Reading →
With clients like Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, and AT&T, the five (5!) Sabio grads who landed jobs at PDG Consulting are working on some seriously exciting projects. We sat down with HR Lead Domenick Calise to find out how he works with Sabio to recruit Associate Software Engineers onto the technical team at PDG. Read on to learn what separates Sabio graduates from other bootcampers, how Sabio developers have adapted to learn new programming languages on the job, and why PDG Consulting will be hiring more Sabio graduates in future!Continue Reading →
Ariana Rodriguez has a degree in Applied Math and was working as a statistical programmer. She had always wanted to be in tech and didn’t think it would be possible without a CS degree. She considered going to grad school to study data science before realizing that she could reach her goal by going to Sabio in Los Angeles. Ariana explains why the real-world project that she worked on at Sabio was so important, how she got her job as a software developer at PDG, and shares her advice for future coding bootcampers.Continue Reading →
What sort of companies hire Sabio grads? We spoke with Betagig co-founders Melissa Hargis and Nicki Klein, to see why they prefer to hire motivated Sabio bootcamp grads to work on their job-shadow-to-hire platform. And get this – these co-founders are also Sabio grads! You may remember how their Hackathon success helped them launch a company of their own. Read on to see the reasons why Sabio grads continue to stand out from the rest!Continue Reading →