Sabio is a developer community offering 12-week full-time coding bootcamps in Los Angeles and Orange County. Sabio focuses on .NET/C# and trains across the full-stack in Mobile, Front End, Back End, Source Control, Database and Development platforms. Its project-based learning curriculum and pedagogy provide a superior training experience that exposes its students to the full software development life cycle.
The Sabio curriculum prepares students for entry-level developer jobs by including a real-world project for a client and 4 weeks of career support and guidance. Students also get 6-12 weeks of instructor-led pre-work before starting the intensive bootcamp. All students have access to Sabio's extended mentorship and their professional development program for five years. Sabio instructors have over 100 years of combined professional software engineering experience. Their commitment to small classrooms and expert instruction gives students an edge when competing in the job market.
Sabio is approved by the state of California and is also a founding member and current board member of CIRR, a coding industry organization seeking to provide transparency in outcomes reporting, illustrating their commitment to student outcomes and truth in advertising. Sabio innovates based on experience, expertise and market knowledge.
Applicants do not need previous programming experience, but individuals with prior experience are placed in a faster track than others. The application process at Sabio identifies motivated and engaged students from a variety of backgrounds. Past students include those with advanced degrees in Computer Science, Engineering but also Musicology, Psychology, Finance, Mathematics and many others. All applicants should have a great personality, work ethic, and ability to solve basic logic problems.
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- Absolutely THE BEST.- 10/13/2016Will Sandalls • Developer • Graduate • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
My story is not unlike other stories. I came to coding because I was looking for new opportunities. In my particular case, my career as a freelance music engineer was not providing the security and stability I craved. So a friend suggested that I look at coding bootcamps in the Bay Area where he’d recently found a job working as QA engineer. He was seeing that people without CS degrees could find work in the industry. I decided to look locally and found, to my surprise, a couple of bootcamps in Los Angeles that looked interesting.
Sabio was the first that I looked at and I was really impressed with Gregorio’s description of the program and his passion. In fact, I judged each subsequent bootcamp info session by what Gregorio had to say that day. I was impressed with Sabio’s dedication to inclusiveness. I was impressed with the fact that recent grads are not hired back by the bootcamp. This was important to me because it meant that they weren’t padding their employment stats and that they cared about the level of instruction and mentorship. I was also impressed by the commitment to further development, through meet ups and hack-a-thons, after the program was done. Finally, Gregorio and Liliana truly seemed to care about the welfare of the participants. Their goal is to build developers and their commitment was palpable.
I began the actual 12 week bootcamp in July and the experience was tremendous. You aren’t just taught syntax and the programming patterns, you are taught to apply and debug. You are taught best practices and good coding habits. And being a full stack program, you get to participate in all the layers from front to back. As someone who has always loved getting under the hood, seeing how it all fit together was one of my biggest thrills.
As far as coding skills, I feel very confident. However, there is always more to learn. But part of the program is encouraging curiosity and good investigative skills. And if you get stuck or need advice, the instructors are there. John Darragh was extremely knowledgable and really great at directing our efforts towards the best results. Sabio also fosters a great collaborative environment as well. My cohort was an integral part of my learning experience. I could always turn to my neighbor and ask for their opinion and we all learned from each others failures and victories.
There were a lot of long days and tough challenges but the message, to trust the pattern and to stay positive, given by Gregorio on day one, held true. I am now gainfully employed, my financial situation is greatly improved and my career is finally at a place where I feel I can build and grow professionally. I am doing something that interests me and challenges me daily. I owe everything to this experience, to Gregorio and Liliana, to John and my cohort and to the greater Sabio community, who have really become a second extended family.
- Great Program and Instructors- 10/11/2016Michael Chu • Graduate • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 Weeks) • Campus: Orange County
Both of my instructors in Orange County class (Aaron Gibson, Varr Willis) did a great job in helping students learn how to code and tailor the program to your strengths and weaknesses. Without any previous computer or programming experience, I was able to land a job after a week of graduation.
- Just read this, make your own decision- 10/6/2016Brandon • Software Engineer • Graduate • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 Weeks) • Campus: Orange County
This review is not intended to get you to sign up for Sabio, I'm merely going to state my experience and I’ll leave the decision making up to you. Skip to the bottom if you want the abridged version.
Unlike many people probably reading this, I actually knew someone who went through Sabio (his name is also Brandon and provided one of the reviews below) and I had the opportunity to grill him on his experience, what he thought it was worth, if it was a scam, etc. And after an hour and a half of interrogating him I don’t think he said a single negative thing about his time at Sabio, but even then I was still skeptical because this seemed way too good to be true.
But I gave it a shot and checked out the info session with Aaron. It still sounded good, Aaron seemed like a great guy, and Sabio was extremely transparent about everything including their placement rates, salary expectations and work load which really appealed to me cause it showed they have nothing to hide and are proud of what they’ve accomplished.
After the info session, I looked at the websites for two other nearby coding schools who I won’t list here and ruled them out for the following reasons: 1. One of them had a curriculum that is a waste of time. That bootcamp would waste two weeks of your precious money on HTML/CSS when you can just learn that on your own in a day to be honest (and in Sabio you learn it during prework). 2. The other bootcamp was not really established, didn’t seem to have a good track record, and the students’ final projects were not something I would want to show to a potential employer (compared to in Sabio you work on a real business-ready level application).
So, I started prework with Varr (who is going to now start his first cohort in 3 months) and he was fantastic—he explained everything clearly and concisely, and the man gives the best metaphors and analogies I’ve ever heard besides being a really cool guy. Fast forward several weeks and we start the 3 month intensive.
First, the Newport location is incredible. There is unlimited free coffee, tea, and beer. The common space with the tv, couch, and kitchenette are fantastic for lunch and unwinding. The weather is great and the nearby food is delicious (although expensive, smarter people than I packed their lunches regularly).
Secondly, I was extremely fortunate that I absolutely loved my cohort of 8 people. We all got along together very well, and they made the 3 months go by so quickly. The whole time we were joking and having fun while coding so it never even felt like we were working.
Third, and most importantly, Aaron is a goddamn god of an instructor. Aaron is highly knowledgeable, and is able to phrase everything is such a way that anyone can pick it up. He is beyond patient. I would go up and ask for help on the same problem several times in a row, and he would guide me through the process while leaving the learning up to me while not getting even slightly irked that I basically asked the same question five times. And I think one of the most underrated and best qualities of Aaron as an instructor is his ability to tailor the curriculum and what you’re doing to your skill level. If you’re blazing through everything, he’ll give you a harder feature to implement; if you’re weak at something, he’ll give you a task that will shore up where you’re lacking to get you up to speed. Besides being an awesome, funny, cheerful guy; he really cares about seeing you succeed and that feeling is palpable in your learning environment.
Okay, that’s all nice and great and all, but what about the jobs and your preparedness afterwards? Sabio helps you to a ridiculous extent in your job search. They review your resume several times over, hire a photographer for your LinkedIn headshot, and provide you with unlimited support. I went into interviews and absolutely amazed employers with how much I knew with 3+ months experience. You will be so well prepared if you just follow what they ask you to do. The job market for .net developers is crazy and all of my cohort has had interviews nonstop.
Exactly a week after the last day of class I not only received one offer, but two offers. One for 70k and other for 80k.
Gregorio, Liliana, Aaron, and ALL of the Sabio alumni are so unreal helpful. They are constantly helping everyone, posting jobs, and providing continued support—hell, Gregorio just helped someone debug some code at 1am on slack. And throughout the job search they have been nothing but helpful and responsive. If you have any questions at all they WANT to help you and will answer all your questions.
Honestly, I didn't know what to expect, but I am absolutely so glad I did Sabio.
-EXTREMELY worthwhile experience
-Aaron is incredible, Newport location is great, cohort was awesome
-Came out with two job offers for 70k and 80k within a week of finishing
-Continued support is VERY REAL past graduation – they want to see you succeed and keep succeeding
-Just going to class every day isn't going to get you that job; you have to come hungry to learn, bust your ass, and hustle-- but if you follow their guidelines you will come out with a job (or several) and a great community
-If you read all of this, then you should do yourself the the favor and at least check out an info session
- Life Changing- 10/4/2016Jhamar Sanders • Software Engineer at Reality Check Systems • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
MAJOR DISCLAIMER: If you are just looking for a post that validates if you'll learn what you need to learn to be able to get a job then read no further. You will get the skills to be a hireable full stack web developer. You will get a job. You will make more money than you've made before. This post is not intended for you.
This post is intended for the dreamers, the people who are lost looking for a greater purpose in this marathon called life, the people who have no sense of direction in life's course. This post is for you.
6 months ago to this date, I was exactly in the position you're in at this very moment. Feeling inadequate, searching for something that gave your life meaning, working a dead-end job that is tremendously insignificant to you. I was going to school studying Computer Science and I hated it, absolutely despised it. I wasn't learning anything applicable to getting me closer to building the apps that I wanted to create, just learned an abundance of theory, which is fine if that's what you desire, but I needed to gain practical skills. So I began looking for bootcamps after hearing a ton of great things about what they help people achieve.
Then BOOM, a find a bootcamp called SABIO, coincidentally on this very website course report. I began reading reviews, as you are doing right now, and researching further into what exactly this bootcamp provides. After further research, I said screw it and went to an info session and got to meet the man behind it all, one of the Co-Founders of Sabio Gregorio Rojas. The man was very upfront and honest with us about what to expect if you decided to go through with joining the program. As a man who appreciates blunt honesty, I knew this was the place that I needed to be.
After finishing my semester I jumped right into prework and grinded it out so I could pass the assessment and start the intensive program the following month. Once you're in the program be prepared to be challanged physically, mentally, emotionally. There is no half-assing this program you're going to have to give it your all, 70 hours a week for 12 weeks is not an easy task. However, don't feel like you're alone. Your instructor, who has at least 10+ years experience in the industry, knows their shit and will be there to help guide you. Your cohort, who you'll be going through war with. These people are going to be your family for the next 3 months. Help each other and build each other up because you will all need each other at some point. I was very fortunate because I had a great group who just meshed very well each other and have made lifelong friends because of it.
So 3 months after I started the intensive program, what has happened? Learned things about myself, about my character that I didn't even know was inside of me, learned the skills to be a full stack web developer and feel I can go to any company and contribute right away, created an awesome web application, learned the skills to create my own web application, had a Q&A with representatives of Snapchat, won a hackathon in my 9th week of training, got a job offer in my 11th week of training, and started my first day of work at my new job 4 days after graduation.
Words can't even begin to describe how appreciative of Gregorio and Liliana for giving me the opportunity to change my life for the better. I was in a dark place and Sabio helped me find light again, they saved me. I'm not going to try and sell you on why Sabio is better than every other bootcamp out in the SoCal Region and as Gregorio would put it "do whatever that makes you happy", which he doesn't say in a sarcastic manner, he actually means it. However, I will say if you're looking for a bootcamp where the Founders care, the instructors care, even the alumni who graduated prior care, like genuinely care, about your well being and learning and growing to become a fantastic programmer in the industry.
I want to thank Gregorio and Liliana for creating this program and giving us a chance to change our lives. Your vision has changed the world without you all even realizing it yet. I want to thank John, my instructor, for having the patience and for guiding me through this process. I also want to thank the other instructors Jimmy and Aaron for the help you gave us when we needed it. I want to thank my Cohort for being the best group of people I've worked with, you guys have now become family to me. I say this with an unwavering certainty that there is no one I would have rather gone through this process than you all.
Thank you Sabio for everything.
- Great Investment to a New Career- 8/30/2016Benjamin • Graduate • Campus: Los Angeles
I wanted a career change and I wanted it fast. Before I join Sabio, I only taken a few intro classes to programming when I was in college. But Sabio Pre-Course was very insightful and got me to up to speed for the main course. The 3 months of bootcamp went by really fast. Sabio is not a boring class that you go to everyday and sit there for hours listening to lectures while you're trying to stay awake. No! You are there to work. There is always something to do, fix, and learn. In the beginning your instructor will give the class a main project. Everyone is doing something different and adding onto that project. We all help each other and learn from each other. At the end you will be able to show employers a completed project and explain the parts that you contribute. Thanks to Sabio I was able to find a job in my first month after the bootcamp and all I can say is I’m make a lot more $ then I was before. I want to thank Liliana Monge and Gregorio Rojas for the support and guidance that they are giving to me to the my path to success.
- Best Return on Investment- 8/28/2016Elbert • Web Developer/ Designer • Graduate • Course: Full Stack Web Development at Antioch University • Campus: Los Angeles
I come from a business background and can assure attending Sabio will be one of the best financial decisions you make. When I graduate college it cost me around 40K+ and over four years of my life to land me a job that only makes about 35 thousand a year. That was about a .87 to 1 ratio.
Attending Sabio, it was a fraction of that price of college, only three months (6 months if you including pre-work) and the result is a position as a Web Developer making quadruple what I paid for the program. That is about a 4.3 to 1 ratio.
About my Experience:
I started the program in mid-May 2016 finished beginning-August 2016, received a job offer a week after the program finished. The program is an intense 70 hours a week of coding, reading documentation, and reviewing other classmate’s code.
A cool thing about the program is it’s not exercises that you do it’s a real life application that you build.
I honestly wish I found Sabio earlier so I could have begun my new life sooner.
Cool things to keep in mind:
- 5 year support after finishing program
- Monthly meetups where we meet leaders in the tech industry
- A community that if you have any problems or question they are just a click away
What you need to survive the program:
- Willingness to follow the path Liliana and Gregorio set
- 70 hours a week of just coding and reading documentation
- A positive attitude
- The best decision I've ever made- 8/20/2016Gilbert • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
Prior to attending Sabio, I was working at a small tech company out in the San Fernando Valley as Business Analysts. During my time there is where I became interested in programming and wanted to see if programming was something I can do. On my free time and weekends, I would spend hours on free coding sites such as codeacademy or freecodecamp tackling their exercises. While I was at work, I would often find myself asking members on our development team for advice and tips on programming and thats when I knew that I wanted to be a developer.
I reached out to a friend who was working as a developer for another company and asked for his advice and he mentioned that I should look into programming bootcamps if I was serious about making a career switch. I did my google search and checked out a couple of programs but ultimately after attending an info session with Gregorio, I was sold and decided that I would attend Sabio.
What came next was 8 weeks of prework with Jimmy. Jimmy is a great instructor and he definitely did a great job preparing us for the full time bootcamp. Jimmy is super patient and incredibly knowledgable and it was a great opportunity to learn from him.
The full time bootcamp was indeed a lot of hard work and the curriculum will definitely challenge you in more ways than one but coming out you will be well prepared for your first job. The instructors at Sabio are extremely intelligent and the knowledge they provide to you is priceless. The skills you will gain during your time at Sabio will help you stand out from other applicants and make you deseriable by employers.
Attending Sabio was the best decision I've ever made and I want to thank Gregorio, Liliana, Jimmy, John and Kelly for consistanly pushing us to succeed and for creating a positive learning environment for all of us to be in.
- Amazing school with amazing people!!- 8/18/2016Karina • Full Stack Web Developer • Graduate • Course: Full Stack Web Development at Antioch University • Campus: Los Angeles
So I checked out a few places before deciding on a bootcamp, one wouldn't let me visit their campus until I paid full tuition, another's website was broken, and then there was Sabio.
I first went to the info session with pages of questions that Gregorio gladly addressed one by one, immediately after I went and sat in on the remainder of that night's prework class. The fact that they let me sit in on a few classes before paying made me believe that THEY believed in what they were doing, and not just trying to sell me a product.
First was prework. It was obvious that our instructor, Jimmy, cared immensley about his students' success, after any question he answerd he'd check that you understood, and if not, he'd answer differently until you did (I've definitely had moments where I asked him to explain something at least 4 or 5 times), and not once was he impatient or annoyed.
After prework comes the bootcamp. Expect to spend 70 hours a week studying/coding. Expect to spend up to 45 minutes looking for an error and realizing it was just a missing semi-colon. Expect to struggle and be lost and confused and want to throw your laptop through the window. Then expect it all to get better, less confusion, more "ohh I remember how to fix this error!" and "YES I DID IT!"
Needless to say, here I am just a few days after Sabio, already employed as a full-time developer. One thing that really spoke to me with Sabio was how much Gregorio and Liliana care about your success, they will constantly push you and encourage you to be the best you can.
- Sabio also hosts monthly professional development meetups for grads and there is a strong network between alumni which serves as a great resource after you're thrown into the work force.
- If you want to earn college credits for the bootcamp, you can do so through Antioch University
- They're now approved by the CA BPPE which means you can get a grant to help pay for the program
To sum up:
- the instructors care a great deal
- put in 70 hours a week
- code code code
- take lots of notes
- the payoff will be a shiny new career!
- Great Experience- 8/17/2016Kendra • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
I was sent through the Sabio program by the corporation I work for, as part of an effort to expand the company's internal pool of software developers and provide career growth to employees. Sabio is the only bootcamp in Los Angeles that was able to provide the type of training my company required. When I returned to my job, I felt extremely confident that I could take on my new role in the Technology Department.
One of the best things about Sabio is that we worked on a real-life application throughout the course of the program. There are no fake projects or long days of lectures. I spent the vast majority of my time actually coding, which is really the best way to learn. The instructors are super knowledgeable and helpful, but they also push and challenge you every single day. If I had a question or didn't know how to do something, rarely was I simply given the answer. Instead, the instructors guide you to the right path of figuring it out for yourself, which is an extremely valuable skill to have.
Support from Sabio continues after graduation. Instructors and graduates provide technical help, job referrals, and tons of other resources to all fellows of the program. There are meet-ups and continuing education lectures. It feels sort of like I joined a fraternity or sorority.
I had a great experience in the program, even though it was one of the toughest things I've gone through in a long time. The program requires a significant time commitment and a sincere work effort, but it's all worth it.
- Best Career Move- 8/17/2016Sarah • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
I received a job offer before I even graduated the program.
It took me 6 months of weighing my options to make the leap to start Sabio. I looked at traditional academic paths to becoming a developer: including degree and certification programs, but factoring in waiting for a semester start date, required classes only being offered certain semesters, prerequisites, etc., the process would have taken years (even though I had already received a Bachelor's degree).
I couldn't be happier with my decision. I left a stable but dead-end job and was met with some skepticism from friends/coworkers about my choice. Now I'm making nearly double what I earned at my last job, and I'm excited and proud of the career I'm building.
The 12 weeks was definitely hard work, and the curriculum was challenging, but you get out exactly what you put into this program. The instructors are exceptionally knowledgeable and make a point of teaching the skills that make you desirable to employers, including the skills you need to solve your own problems and think for yourself when programming. The job assistance was also high quality and I felt well-prepared to interview when the time came.
Attending Sabio put me in an excellent position to land a job as a developer, I couldn't be happier with the outcome.
- Sabio is the real deal...- 8/12/2016Billy M. • Student • Course: Full Stack Web Development at Antioch University • Campus: Los Angeles
Just like everybody else on here, I shopped around for a coding bootcamp in Los Angeles. Spoke to a few reps for various coding camps and their "pitch" just didn't seem real.
I found Sabio, and started reading Gregorio's (CTO/Co-Founder) blog. Talk about passionate. This guy is intense and doesn't F around, he means business. Automatically fell in love with his mission and his general overview of the industry. The tech industry needs a shake up, and I want to be part of it. Came to an info session and was sold. And to put the cherry on top, I was able to use my GI Bill through Antioch LA to attend Sabio.
Unlike most people, I was not looking for a career change or employment as a software developer. I came to Sabio with clear intentions of becoming a tech entrepreneur. I am currently pursuing entrepreneurship with the help of Sabio. I feel confident with the skills I've learned at Sabio to creste and develop something from scratch. Everything done at Sabio is methodical and goal oriented. We didn't just learn how to code, we learned how to solve problems and build cool shit.
I want to thank, Gregorio, Liliana, John, and Jimmy for the patience and the nurturing environment they have created.
Keep an eye out for optio v1.0.
- Thank you Sabio- 8/9/2016David L • Web Applications Developer • Student • Course: Full Stack Weekday Training (12 weeks) • Campus: Los Angeles
I don't normaly write reviews for anything, but this is a special case. Sabio treats their students like family and I want to write this review as a thank you.
I chose Sabio because I vibed with the teachers. Go to one of their intro nights and start taking Pre Work to get a feel for it.
Before Sabio I had no real experience coding. I was hired for a full time coding gig 2.5 weeks after the course ended. Sabio gave me massive support from learning through getting hired. I was able to ask a lot of questions and got them answered in a way that I can understand. Sabio got me in the flow of coding and learning how to code very fast.
Sabio is a growing network of students, alumni and instructors and I've honestly gotten along with all of them very well. Really great people are apart of this organization. I highly recommend it.
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