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The Tech Academy

Denver, Online, Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle

The Tech Academy

Avg Rating:4.83 ( 223 reviews )

The Tech Academy offers 5 full-time and part-time technology bootcamps Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; Denver, Colorado; Salt Lake City, Utah, and online. The bootcamps include a software development bootcamp, a data science bootcamp, a C# and .NET bootcamp, a Python bootcamp, and a web developer bootcamp. These boot camps cover topics including computer science fundamentals, programming basics, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, C#, Python, R, Bootstrap, jQuery, React.js, project management, Agile, Scrum, MVC, version control and more. Each bootcamp also includes a Live Project where students gain real-life experience to add to their resume, and job placement  assistance. The immersive experience aims to create well-rounded software developers, and also gives students the option to take the course at their own pace. There are also no set starts dates or rigid scheduling. Students can enroll at any time, study from anywhere and choose whatever study schedule they'd like.  

To apply, applicants need to take an IQ test with logic-based questions (to ensure applicants can read, write and perform basic math), followed by an in-person or phone interview. None of The Tech Academy's bootcamps require any tech background or experience.

The final part of The Tech Academy course is the Job Placement Course which covers interviewing skills, resume writing, where to find tech jobs, and gives students access to job placement staff who assist students in landing technical positions. The Tech Academy also offers corporate training.

The Tech Academy is in partnership with Concordia University.

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  • In-Person C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp (full-time)

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp is a wonderful choice for students looking to utilize Microsoft technologies and languages. Many of the top companies on Earth utilize Microsoft software and tools. With C# being one of the top programming languages in existence, in terms of popularity and usage, graduates are prepared for positions requiring skill in this language. On this boot camp, students learn five of the most in-demand programming languages. In addition to C#, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for entry-level development positions. Benefits of the C# and .NET Boot Camp include: -Our longest-running program – the only boot camp we’ve delivered since day one of The Tech Academy. -600 hours of study content and activities. -Includes a Live Project that focuses on C# and the .NET Framework, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. The following courses are included in the C# and .NET Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. C# and .NET Framework Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp is a wonderful choice for students looking to utilize Microsoft technologies and languages. Many of the top companies on Earth utilize Microsoft software and tools. With C# being one of the top programming languages in existence, in terms of popularity and usage, graduates are prepared for positions requiring skill in this language. On this boot camp, students learn five of the most in-demand programming languages. In addition to C#, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for entry-level development positions. Benefits of the C# and .NET Boot Camp include: -Our longest-running program – the only boot camp we’ve delivered since day one of The Tech Academy. -600 hours of study content and activities. -Includes a Live Project that focuses on C# and the .NET Framework, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. The following courses are included in the C# and .NET Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. C# and .NET Framework Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Data Science Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$10,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    This boot camp covers the fundamentals of data science. Data science embraces a wide range of scientific methods, systems and processes to extract knowledge and insights from data. Data science includes such topics as: -Data visualization – representing information in pictorial form (like graphs or pie charts), -Statistical analysis – Identifying trends in different data sources, -Data analysis – evaluating data to discover useful information and assist in decision making, -Artificial intelligence – (called AI for short) programming a machine to perform human-like actions, such as facial recognition or voice recognition, -Machine learning – a subcategory of AI that deals with a computer’s ability to “learn” – meaning, the ability to perform certain actions based on past experience without explicit instructions, And more. On this boot camp, you will also learn computer science basics, programming fundamentals and coding in several in-demand languages. The benefits of this boot camp include: -Over 600 hours of study content and activities. -We cover computer programming and web development on this boot camp so that students know how to code. -Graduates are prepared for entry-level data scientist positions. The following courses are included in the Data Science Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. JavaScript Course 6. Database and SQL Course 7. Data Science Course 8. Project Management Course 9. Live Project 10. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Data Science Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$15,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    This boot camp covers the fundamentals of data science. Data science embraces a wide range of scientific methods, systems and processes to extract knowledge and insights from data. Data science includes such topics as: -Data visualization – representing information in pictorial form (like graphs or pie charts), -Statistical analysis – Identifying trends in different data sources, -Data analysis – evaluating data to discover useful information and assist in decision making, -Artificial intelligence – (called AI for short) programming a machine to perform human-like actions, such as facial recognition or voice recognition, -Machine learning – a subcategory of AI that deals with a computer’s ability to “learn” – meaning, the ability to perform certain actions based on past experience without explicit instructions, And more. On this boot camp, you will also learn computer science basics, programming fundamentals and coding in several in-demand languages. The benefits of this boot camp include: -Over 600 hours of study content and activities. -We cover computer programming and web development on this boot camp so that students know how to code. -Graduates are prepared for entry-level data scientist positions. The following courses are included in the Data Science Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. JavaScript Course 6. Database and SQL Course 7. Data Science Course 8. Project Management Course 9. Live Project 10. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Python Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Python Boot Camp is the perfect choice for students interested in learning full-stack web and software development. With Python being one of the most popular and utilized programming languages in existence, students are well-prepared for positions requiring skills in this language (many major companies use Python, including Google and YouTube). On this boot camp, students learn five of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. In addition to Python, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers, set up for entry-level positions. Benefits of the Python Boot Camp include: -600 hours of study content and activities. -A Live Project that focuses on Python, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Python Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Python Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Python Boot Camp is the perfect choice for students interested in learning full-stack web and software development. With Python being one of the most popular and utilized programming languages in existence, students are well-prepared for positions requiring skills in this language (many major companies use Python, including Google and YouTube). On this boot camp, students learn five of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. In addition to Python, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers, set up for entry-level positions. Benefits of the Python Boot Camp include: -600 hours of study content and activities. -A Live Project that focuses on Python, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Python Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewNo
  • In-person Software Developer Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$13,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Software Developer Boot Camp is our premier program. Due to its magnitude and thoroughness, we recommend this boot camp above all others. On this program, students learn seven of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. Graduates of this boot camp are well-prepared for a career in software and web development in a wide range of positions. By the end of their training, students will have a robust résumé. Software Developer Boot Camp graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for a myriad of entry-level developer positions. Languages covered in this boot camp include: C#, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, and more. The benefits of the Software Developer Boot Camp: -Our most comprehensive and substantial program. -Highest graduate salary and job placement rate of all our programs. -1,000 hours of study content and activities. -Includes two 2-week Live Projects, providing hundreds of hours of real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Software Developer Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. C# and .NET Framework Course 10. Project Management Course 11. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 12. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 13. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Software Developer Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$19,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Software Developer Boot Camp is our premier program. Due to its magnitude and thoroughness, we recommend this boot camp above all others. On this program, students learn seven of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. Graduates of this boot camp are well-prepared for a career in software and web development in a wide range of positions. By the end of their training, students will have a robust résumé. Software Developer Boot Camp graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for a myriad of entry-level developer positions. Languages covered in this boot camp include: C#, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, and more. The benefits of the Software Developer Boot Camp: -Our most comprehensive and substantial program. -Highest graduate salary and job placement rate of all our programs. -1,000 hours of study content and activities. -Includes two 2-week Live Projects, providing hundreds of hours of real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Software Developer Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. C# and .NET Framework Course 10. Project Management Course 11. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 12. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 13. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Web Developer Boot Camp (full-time)

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    HTML, Git, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, React.js, Algorithms, Front End, Scrum, Agile
    In PersonFull Time8 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$5,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Web Developer Boot Camp covers front-end web development. On it, students learn the three most popular web development programming languages: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Graduates of this boot camp are front-end web developers and are able to create dynamic websites.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • In-Person Web Developer Boot Camp (part-time)

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    HTML, Git, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, React.js, Algorithms, Front End, Agile
    In PersonPart Time14 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$8,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationSalt Lake City, Denver, Portland, Seattle
    The Web Developer Boot Camp covers front-end web development. On it, students learn the three most popular web development programming languages: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Graduates of this boot camp are front-end web developers and are able to create dynamic websites.
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp (full-time)

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    HTML, C#, JavaScript, .NET, SQL, jQuery, CSS, DevOps, React.js, Data Structures, Front End, Scrum, MVC
    OnlineFull Time15 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp is a wonderful choice for students looking to utilize Microsoft technologies and languages. Many of the top companies on Earth utilize Microsoft software and tools. With C# being one of the top programming languages in existence, in terms of popularity and usage, graduates are prepared for positions requiring skill in this language. On this boot camp, students learn five of the most in-demand programming languages. In addition to C#, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for entry-level development positions. The benefits of the C# Boot Camp include: -Our longest-running program—the only boot camp we’ve delivered since day one of The Tech Academy. -600 hours of study content and activities. -Includes a Live Project that focuses on C# and the .NET Framework, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your résumé. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. The following courses are included: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development 3. Version Control 4. HTML and CSS 5. JavaScript 6. Database and SQL 7. Visual Studio 8. C# Course 9. Project Management 10. A 2-week Live Project 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The C# and .NET Framework Boot Camp is a wonderful choice for students looking to utilize Microsoft technologies and languages. Many of the top companies on Earth utilize Microsoft software and tools. With C# being one of the top programming languages in existence, in terms of popularity and usage, graduates are prepared for positions requiring skill in this language. On this boot camp, students learn five of the most in-demand programming languages. In addition to C#, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for entry-level development positions. The benefits of the C# Boot Camp include: -Our longest-running program—the only boot camp we’ve delivered since day one of The Tech Academy. -600 hours of study content and activities. -Includes a Live Project that focuses on C# and the .NET Framework, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your résumé. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. The following courses are included: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development 3. Version Control 4. HTML and CSS 5. JavaScript 6. Database and SQL 7. Visual Studio 8. C# Course 9. Project Management 10. A 2-week Live Project 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Data Science Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$10,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    This boot camp covers the fundamentals of data science. Data science embraces a wide range of scientific methods, systems and processes to extract knowledge and insights from data. Data science includes such topics as: -Data visualization – representing information in pictorial form (like graphs or pie charts), -Statistical analysis – Identifying trends in different data sources, -Data analysis – evaluating data to discover useful information and assist in decision making, -Artificial intelligence – (called AI for short) programming a machine to perform human-like actions, such as facial recognition or voice recognition, -Machine learning – a subcategory of AI that deals with a computer’s ability to “learn” – meaning, the ability to perform certain actions based on past experience without explicit instructions, And more. On this boot camp, you will also learn computer science basics, programming fundamentals and coding in several in-demand languages. The benefits of this boot camp include: -Over 600 hours of study content and activities. -We cover computer programming and web development on this boot camp so that students know how to code. -Graduates are prepared for entry-level data scientist positions. The following courses are included in the Data Science Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. JavaScript Course 6. Database and SQL Course 7. Data Science Course 8. Project Management Course 9. Live Project 10. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Data Science Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$15,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    This boot camp covers the fundamentals of data science. Data science embraces a wide range of scientific methods, systems and processes to extract knowledge and insights from data. Data science includes such topics as: -Data visualization – representing information in pictorial form (like graphs or pie charts), -Statistical analysis – Identifying trends in different data sources, -Data analysis – evaluating data to discover useful information and assist in decision making, -Artificial intelligence – (called AI for short) programming a machine to perform human-like actions, such as facial recognition or voice recognition, -Machine learning – a subcategory of AI that deals with a computer’s ability to “learn” – meaning, the ability to perform certain actions based on past experience without explicit instructions, And more. On this boot camp, you will also learn computer science basics, programming fundamentals and coding in several in-demand languages. The benefits of this boot camp include: -Over 600 hours of study content and activities. -We cover computer programming and web development on this boot camp so that students know how to code. -Graduates are prepared for entry-level data scientist positions. The following courses are included in the Data Science Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. JavaScript Course 6. Database and SQL Course 7. Data Science Course 8. Project Management Course 9. Live Project 10. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Python Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$9,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The Python Boot Camp is the perfect choice for students interested in learning full-stack web and software development. With Python being one of the most popular and utilized programming languages in existence, students are well-prepared for positions requiring skills in this language (many major companies use Python, including Google and YouTube). On this boot camp, students learn five of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. In addition to Python, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers, set up for entry-level positions. Benefits of the Python Boot Camp include: -600 hours of study content and activities. -A Live Project that focuses on Python, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Python Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Python Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$14,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The Python Boot Camp is the perfect choice for students interested in learning full-stack web and software development. With Python being one of the most popular and utilized programming languages in existence, students are well-prepared for positions requiring skills in this language (many major companies use Python, including Google and YouTube). On this boot camp, students learn five of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. In addition to Python, languages covered in this boot camp include: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL. Graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers, set up for entry-level positions. Benefits of the Python Boot Camp include: -600 hours of study content and activities. -A Live Project that focuses on Python, resulting in real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Python Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. Project Management Course 10. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 11. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Software Developer Boot Camp (full-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$13,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The Software Developer Boot Camp is our premier program. Due to its magnitude and thoroughness, we recommend this boot camp above all others. On this program, students learn seven of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. Graduates of this boot camp are well-prepared for a career in software and web development in a wide range of positions. By the end of their training, students will have a robust résumé. Software Developer Boot Camp graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for a myriad of entry-level developer positions. Languages covered in this boot camp include: C#, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, and more. The benefits of the Software Developer Boot Camp: -Our most comprehensive and substantial program. -Highest graduate salary and job placement rate of all our programs. -1,000 hours of study content and activities. -Includes two 2-week Live Projects, providing hundreds of hours of real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Software Developer Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. C# and .NET Framework Course 10. Project Management Course 11. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 12. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 13. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
    Lending partners avaliable, including:
    and more...
    Refund / GuaranteePro-rated refunds are allowed up to 50% into the total program time.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelNo prior tech skill required.
    Prep WorkNo background or experience required.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Online Software Developer Boot Camp (part-time)

    Apply
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost$19,980
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline
    The Software Developer Boot Camp is our premier program. Due to its magnitude and thoroughness, we recommend this boot camp above all others. On this program, students learn seven of the most popular and in-demand programming languages. Graduates of this boot camp are well-prepared for a career in software and web development in a wide range of positions. By the end of their training, students will have a robust résumé. Software Developer Boot Camp graduates are well-rounded, full-stack, junior-level developers set up for a myriad of entry-level developer positions. Languages covered in this boot camp include: C#, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, and more. The benefits of the Software Developer Boot Camp: -Our most comprehensive and substantial program. -Highest graduate salary and job placement rate of all our programs. -1,000 hours of study content and activities. -Includes two 2-week Live Projects, providing hundreds of hours of real-world development experience that can be added to your resume. -Covers front-end and back-end web and software development. Courses included in the Software Developer Boot Camp: 1. Computer and Technology Basics Course 2. Overview of Software Development Course 3. Version Control Course 4. HTML and CSS Course 5. Database and SQL Course 6. JavaScript Course 7. Visual Studio Course 8. Python Course 9. C# and .NET Framework Course 10. Project Management Course 11. A 2-week Live Project focused on Python 12. A 2-week Live Project focused on C# and the .NET Framework 13. Job Placement Course
    Financing
    DepositN/A
    Financing
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    Angel Lopez • Software Engineer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    Even with a large background on mainframe development, the Boot Camp provide me with a better understanding for lot of concepts needed to navigate on modern technologies. The curriculum is extended, easy to follow and instructors are always available when needed as well as everyone from The Tech Academy. You could think that 15 weeks is not enough, but the foundations you acquire will be the starting point for a career in development, you could be studding for years but knowledge must be apply to the daily work and grow up with the experience.

    The online web works perfect to follow the training, the software used do not add any cost and it will be the software used on most of the companies. I would like to repeat the experience on the future.

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    The Tech Academy's C# and .NET program offers a comprehensive way to get started coding.  The program starts with the basics of computers and was an excellent way to refresh on the hardware and inner workings of computers as well as gaining an understanding of the terminology needed in the software industry.  Some of the terms were very basic but in the end I appreciated that the courses were designed to ensure everyone had a solid understanding of the basics. 

    That said it is definitely helpful to have some kind of background in coding.  I had been out of IT for several years and my skills were very outdated.  I chose to do a bootcamp because it offered a structured program and I didn't know what I didn't know until I began the program.  I completed the program online but I was within driving distance to the Denver campus if I wanted to meet with an instructor in person.  Cole Dixon at the Denver campus was always willing to help.  The instructors at Tech Academy also responded quickly to any questions I submitted online. 

    The curriculum was very thorough and gave me a great understanding of the tools and techniques needed to get an entry level position in the IT industry.  I continued to develop my skills as I searched for a job and eventually the knowledge I had gained from this bootcamp was instumental in obtaining a position in the IT industry. 

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    I just got a great job a couple months after finishing The Tech Academy's C# and .NET Framework course, and a huge part of that was due to the continuous support from the job placement program.

    I signed up for TTA after studying programming on my own intensely for about 5 months, and wanted to use a guided course to really solidify and hone the parts of my knowledge that were lacking. I found that the subjects that I knew very little about were explained in a very intuitive way, and the material that I had a previously studied became solidified. The program is a bottom up approach that doesn't require any experience, but I would still recommend doing some practice ahead of time to ease the strain of racking your brain around programming in a short time. 

    The people working the job placement course were exceptional. My background included the last 5 years of my life recording rappers as a freelancer, and as such, no one wanted to touch my resume. The job placement team helped me formulate a powerful (and honest) resume that allowed me to get my foot in the door.

    I highly recommend The Tech Academy. Getting a job in tech (especially development jobs) will most likely require extra studying to flush out your knowledge, but it is an extremely satisfying journey if you enjoy the basics programming.

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    The biggest thing to note about The Tech Academy is that it mostly working on your own. The curriculum is easy to understand and if you ever need help instructor are available to help usually right away. No experience is needed, however having a basic knowledge of at least one coding language will be a big help. They offer help with job placement and are very good at communicating with you whether that be in person or via email or phone. 

  • Software Developer
    - 7/31/2019
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    Solid bootcamp experience.  You will have to do a lot of individual research to supplement the course but this helps prepare you for what you will be doing in a job, so this can be a good thing. The instructors are always avalible and will help you through any project or exercise.  I really appreciated that there is no assumed knowledge necessary and starts very basic.  They do not talk over your head.  The final project gave me the confidence I needed to know I could code well enough to get a job!  Job placement personel are very helpful for preparing for interviews and keeping your spirits up during the job search.  Lots of support here.

  • C# Bootcamp
    - 7/29/2019
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    I had a good experience at The Tech Academy. The coursework is challenging but doable with the assistance of the TA's and pushes you to learn. I personally liked the self paced layout with instructors available to answer questions. The live project at the end gives you "work experience" you can talk about in interviews. The Job assistance was very helpful for helping me actually get a job afterwards. 

  • The Tech Academy
    - 7/19/2019
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    Chad Clement • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I attended The Tech Academy and completed the full-stack software developer course. I would highly recommend this code school. You will get loads of hands-on experience in their courses and live projects. I had some experience with coding before I signed up, though I didn't know much. The Tech Academy is a great choice for those with no coding or little coding experience. The curriculum works you up from the ground up with a lot of definitions of terms used in the tech industry. If you do know some code, the live projects are a great transition from making small solo projects to working on a team in a professional environment. The website is minimalist and easy to use. Everything can be done remotely (that is how I studied). The school also seems to be flexible with the hours you can commit and they worked around my busy schedule.

  • Worth It
    - 3/28/2019
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    I do not typically write reviews on anything. However, I do believe that The Tech Academy deserves one. This may be long.

    I started at The Tech Academy a long time (more than 4 years) ago. I signed up before it was a requirement to get it done in a certain amount of time. During this time I had a lot of personal issues happen as well as raising a son and finishing my college degree as well. I have to say that the staff at The Tech Academy is AMAZING!!! They are some of the nicest people I’ve worked with and are super understanding with what I was going through. With that being said I do have some pros and cons and I’m sure some of it is due to the amount of time that I took to complete. I am not blaming The Tech Academy in any way. This is just what I experienced.

    I will start with the cons because everyone wants to know those first anyways.

    After I started the curriculum changed and I didn’t get to do some of the courses that were offered when I started. Which I think they shouldn’t have been taken away since it is what I paid for. But once again I won’t blame that all on them. If I had gotten done on time I probably would have had access to them.

    The courses. C# is an amazing language but I have found that there are more job offerings for Java and other languages than C# and .NET available. But C# is an object oriented language that makes learning other languages not too hard.

    The program and the Live Project isn’t as user friendly for the people who work full time jobs and have a family as well. I wasn’t able to participate as much as I wanted as I was at work when the tasks were put up and they were taken by people who don’t work. Also, waiting for responses from the instructors is a pain because you only get to submit it when you have a chance and sometimes it takes 24-48 hours to get a reply back because you’re not in person and can’t always make the phone call because of work hours and so on.

    I also wish that they showed us more on the user interface portion of designing and had us create apps as well.

    The pros are as follows.

    The staff is FABULOUS!! There was a couple times where I needed some serious help. I ended up calling the instructors and they were willing to walk me through some stuff. Sometimes they weren’t able to help me fix it and had to get back to me. Which is amazing that they didn’t make me sit on the phone with them while they were figuring it out as well.

    The courses are easy to follow. I do wish that there were transcripts to read instead of videos just in case someone isn’t available to watch the videos (I did a lot of it at work).

    Live project allows you to work with other people and teaches you that sometimes it’s frustrating working with other people and teaches you how to handle it.

    Overall:

    It was worth it and I think it gave me a lot of information that I will be using. I just wish that I felt more confident in my abilities and knew more languages. But I’m sure that comes with time and experience. I don’t think that if you have the right attitude, drive and desire that you would ever regret going to The Tech Academy.

  • Software Developer
    - 3/25/2019
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    The Tech Academy is a great fast-paced software developer bootcamp for those who are interested in learning many in demand programming languages. They have a flexible full-time schedule that can be completed in 15-weeks or longer. I had job while I attended so I chose the 20-week program. I did most of it online, but when I needed help I could go over to the campus site or call/email an Instructor who is always available to help.

    Following and completing each exercise really helps anyone who knows nothing to learning all the fundametals of programming. During my time at The Tech Academy I learned HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, Git/GitHub, Frameworks, MVC, API, Databases, and much more.

    The Instructors are really helpful when you need help with anything. They are always there and stay in contact at all times. When you reach the Job Placement Course the Director will send you weekly job offers that are available to apply for and keeps in touch with you to be updated on how your job search is going until you get your first job. They give you all the tools you need for everything and keep contacting you to help and make sure you graduate. I enjoyed taking the courses and recommend it to anyone who can be comitted and finds a passion in programming.

  • Software Developer
    - 3/23/2019
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    Ryan Clements • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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    The Tech Academy’s boot camps include fast-paced, intensive, portfolio-focused courses. Over the three month C# / .NET program I completed, I learned all of the essential tools to land myself a job in the tech industry as a software developer.

    One of the primary reasons I chose to educate myself at The Tech Academy was the flexible schedule. In order to complete the program, you should expect to be putting in around 40 hours of study a week, but the Portland campus is open from early in the morning to late in the evening, meaning assistance is constantly available for those who need it.

    Another reason to choose The Tech Academy was affordability. Compared to the other programs I looked at, The Tech Academy was certainly the cheapest but I feel that this in no way reflected poorly on the value of the education that I received.

    These programs are certainly challenging, but are good at pushing you to develop the skills and traits needed to succeed in the tech industry, and I’d highly recommend the programs to those who are interested in becoming a programmer.

  • Worth it
    - 3/7/2019
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    Andy • Software Developer in Test • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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    I joined the Tech Academy after having worked on an indie game project by myself for 2.5 years. The game alone was not enough to get me a job in software; I didn't get a single interview despite applying all around.

    After a couple months of intensive online coursework I understood how computers work a lot better, plus added a lot more programming languages and frameworks to my resume. This allowed me to finally start getting interviews from software companies in Denver and guess what? I nailed my very first one and received a job offer with an excellent salary for an entry level position before I even finished the live project exercise. 

    Tech Academy was absolutely worth it for me. Does that guarantee it will be worth it for you too? If you only do the minimum amount of coursework and have no background in software to begin with then maybe not, but if you're motivated enough to go the extra mile and put the skills they teach you to use then it will serve you well. They teach everything you need to know to get started in IT.

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    The Tech Academy brought me from knowing essentially nothing about programming to landing a junior developer job in NYC in a matter of months.

    One of the best parts about the academy is lifetime access to the learning modules. To prepare for recent interviews I revisited the SQL course, did some JavaScript review and went over a large portion of the C# course long after I completed them. This helped tremendously to keep my knowledge fresh so I could perform strongly during interviews.

    The most valuable thing I learned is the ability to find the answer to pretty much anything. I have a totally different mindset when presented with a problem, both inside and outside of technology. Due to the way the course is set up in preparing us to "think like programmers," I am much more adept at solving issues than previously.

    It took longer to land a job than I anticipated. I guess I was one of the late bloomers, having graduated just over 6 months ago. Nevertheless, I didn't despair but kept moving forward, continuing to gain knowledge and experience. It has sure paid off!

    If I had the chance to do it again and the full Software Developer Bootcamp (with 4 live projects) was available, I would definitely choose that one. There is absolutely no substitute for producing your own code and contributing in a team environment.

  • Time to Boot Up
    - 2/21/2019
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    Dani Amsalem • Web Developer • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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    I recently graduated from The Tech Academy's C# Bootcamp and today I received my first job offer in NYC!

    Like you, I read a ton of reviews before deciding to go with Tech Academy. But I was fortunate to also have friends who had attended and gotten jobs. In other words, I had a handful of personal referrals.

    Sure, The Tech Academy is typically more affordable than other bootcamps, but don't make that your reason to attend. 

    I chose The Tech Academy because:

    • The staff are friendly, supportive, and typically, very knowledgeable.
    • The program is broad and provides a lot of valuable information giving you a solid foundation to learn more as a developer.
    • You can attend on a hybrid basis (study in one of their many campuses AND online).

    Sure, it was still a risk. I didn't know if results were typical. I read one review stating that the bootcamp was pretty darn tough. So I went in expecting complexity, grueling work, and little social interaction.

    I was fortunate to have a mother-in-law who lives right by the HQ in Portland who offered to let me stay at her place. She showed me how to get around and so I was able to take advantage of all the HQ has to offer (highly recommended).

    Getting started felt slow. In fact, I felt like I was dragging my behind. Chatting and connecting with other students who were ahead of me incentivized me to push on and get through. You actually start programming on the second course, and doing that felt incredible.

    I have experience in HTML and CSS, so that course was relatively easy for me. But JavaScript was a bit tough for me. The course was easy. But retaining the concepts was tough.

    The final course was C#. I got halfway through the course before I finally understood what object-oriented-programming was. Let me give this advice now, comprehend that concept before and during the course. If you can get the relationship between objects and classes, you'll have a much better time on it.

    I actually saw one student leave while at the very end of C#, her final course. Wow! What a waste of time and effort. She was so close to completing and getting to job placement. I'm willing to bet she didn't understand the concept, "object-oriented-programming".

    The funny thing is, the bootcamp was the easiest part for me. Finding a job took massive amounts of persistence. Here are some statistics:

    • I used 6-7 of the top job search websites
    • I sent out at least 495 resumes (those were the ones I kept track of)
    • I got my job from on the 415th resume I sent out. But, it wasn't the resume that did the trick, I followed up and that got the Tech Lead's attention.

    Once I got the Tech Lead's attention, I was immediately given a coding challenge: Convert a PSD into a WordPress Theme. Wuuuuuut...

    I spent the next 3 days researching and trying it out. I watched loads of YouTube videos and read a ton of instructional articles.

    That's what The Tech Academy does, it sets you up so you can do the research and coding by yourself. It sets you up so you can learn.

    That weekend I completed the coding challenge.

    A few days later I had a face-to-face interview. My new boss said I passed the challenge with flying colors!

    I followed up a few days later with some references (as instructed by the Job Placement course). I had recently completed an additional coding project and added that to my resume giving him a link.

    And here I am today. I can confidently say, I would not have gotten this job or even known how to find this opportunity without The Tech Academy.

    They will help you put on your developer boots. But you have to be a big boy (or girl) and take your own steps as a developer.

    You'll be scared while sending out resumes. You'll get turned down. I've had at least 15 interviews, and I failed 14 out of them!

    But I learned from each and got better. I was constantly testing and improving. I'm not the smartest guy. I don't have a ton of experience.

    But if I can do it, you can too.

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    I am 32 years old. Within 6 months, I went from not knowing much to landing a job on my 2nd job interview with a starting salary of 50k a year as a junior .NET developer. They are great and will do whatever it takes to help you accomplish what you need. Listen to their advice, and apply it. The boot camp really is what you make of it, and you get what you put into it. I highly recommend this Bootcamp for its support and interview assistance. I literally emailed Tyler the day before my interview and he followed up with me THAT day and we practiced a mock interview, anytime I would need it. I literally had ON CALL interview practice when I needed it most. I would highly recommend doing exactly what they tell you, and also working on personal projects as much as you can to apply what they are teaching you. Don't be scared of the time limit. Just go for it and learn as hard as you can. They are there for you, they are not going to let you fail as long as you are trying your best!

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    I graduated from the Tech Academy as of January 1st. I attended the Tech Academy for 3.5 months, I was in the Full Stack program which I believe is now called C# and .NET course. In that time a learned everything I needed to know to land myself a job in the tech industry. I attended the Tech Academy completely online. I think I only made it into the campus in Denver twice. I was working while I was attending the academy so it was difficult for me to make it to the campus since it wasn't close by for me. However, this didn't matter. The Tech Academy made it very easy to get ahold of instructors when I needed them to help me through a difficult problem. 

    One reason I chose the Tech Academy out of the many boot camps available to me in the Denver area was first the cost. The Tech Academy was by far the cheapest coding boot camp but that does not reflect the worth of the education they've given me. The education was far more valuable than the price tag. This education was by FAR the cheapest I've ever paid for but is only education that actually paid off as well.

    The second reason and most important was the flexibility. I was not in a position where I could completely stop working. While I was attending I was still working. The course I took was completely self-paced which allowed me to finish my education while still working. I also did not have to be at a campus every day which also would have been impossible with my work schedule so I completed it entirely remotely.

    The third reason was the importance of building a good portfolio. I had no prior experience in the tech industry. My knowledge of coding was very limited and I do not have a degree which made having a great portfolio to show potential employers extremely important to me. I met with Denver's campus dean and we talked about what the Tech Academy does to help build a great portfolio. After attending the course I can assure you they will put building a great portfolio as one of their top priorities.

    After graduating from the Tech Academy I spent about a month on the job hunt before landing my first job as a software developer.

    Before you get too excited just a warning. This was NOT easy. I received a lot of rejections before getting my first offer. This was an absolute grind trying to learn all of the skills needed to be a software developer but the Tech Academy will help get you there. 

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    From the beginnining to the end of the curriculum, there wasn't a moment I wasn't learning. Even though I already have a background in technology and have taken classes in programming I learned a whole lot within my 20 weeks. 

    I was enrolled into the Seattle campus but I did all of my studying remotely at my home or at a nearby coffee shop. When I had any questions I was able to get ahold of an instructor quickly. Mike S, Lindsay and Zach were my instructors at the time and played in a big role for me finishing out strong. 

    At the time I enrolled there weren't any other courses except for the C# and .NET Framework course. I'm glad to see that they released three new ones and that Web Development is one of those. 

    My favorite part of the whole course that differs from other bootcamps is the Live Project. You work in a small team on a project that others have previously worked on. You use the SCRUM methodology which is widely used. Mike Strunk was my lead on that project and I couldn't thank him enough. He made the whole experience wonderful and got to know how it would be to work in the industry.

    I would reccomend this to anyone who is looking to break into the tech industry. 

    Also they do a good job of keeping in touch with you after finishing to make sure you find a job. Tyler Helm was done a wonderful job on making sure that I finished out and graduated!

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    I'll be honest. In hindsight I could have tried cheaper ways to become a programmer/software developer, but I don't think it would have made me dedicated enough to make it. So there is something to be said about investment of money and time correlating with dedication which is also stressed in the bootcamp.

    The staff are very helpful and nice although doing the course online made me look things up more by myself, which is just as well, because that's what one will do anyway on the job.

    The live project was the best part for me of the experience because I actually had to make my hands dirty and prove myself that I can do it and I was working in a team.

    The C# and .Net Framework course helped me also to get into PHP (being somewhat similar to C# in syntax), which is what is required of me right now on the job.

    Overall it is a good bootcamp which gives you an initial push towards the world of software development. If you don't like this course because it is too hard and give up, you also won't like programming, where you might feel like giving up every day. But there is plenty of encouragement and practice interviews for newbies like me and it can be done and you too can find a job.

     

  • Solid Bootcamp
    - 1/30/2019
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    The Good:
    The curiculum The Tech Academy offers is a solid, self paced course broken up by subject to make sure you fully understand each skill before moving to the next. The course will cover the fundementals of front-end, how to use file sharing and version control such as Github to it's work enviroment potential, and ends with covering in depth on a backend language.

    The instructors are THE best resource The Tech Academy has to offer. They are knowledgable and almost always available to help you when you have questions. But not only that, they do not just tell you the answer, instead help you work through the issue. This little piece is what creates good developers as you learn the skill of active problem solving.

    Meetups and round tables! Every week, students are able to take advantage of workshop activites, such as practice interviews which help build student's confidence in answering interview questions, and solve whiteboard code questions. Along with that, every friday The Tech Academy has a different guest speaker to talk about different fields in the tech industry.

    The Bad:
    In all honesty, the hardware provided if you don't have your own laptop is a bit subpar. Each desk has a monitor if the student wishes to have a second screen. However, they are rather old and the resolution is not all that good.

    Conclusion:
    I really do reccomend this bootcamp, and any faults that it has are minor and can be over looked. Especially with it's extra curicular resources like the instructors and workshops. While they don't guarentee a job or internship like some other bootcamps, they do give you all the tools you'll ever need and more to land a position if you are committed.

  • Software Engineer
    - 1/25/2019
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    The Tech Academy's C# and .NET boot camp was a fantastic program. This program is structured for people like me who had never coded to being able to construct real software applications. It was very organized and had exceptionally great videos that walked you through learning how to code. The Tech Academy staff is absolutely amazing. The teachers and advisors were always there to answer any questions I had throughout the duration of my program. Cole Dixon at the Denver Campus was an outstanding, helpful instructor that really went above and beyond for his students. I never had to wait for long for an answer to a question or feedback on code review. The job placement course really helped build your resume and truly prepares you for the interview process. Coming out of the the program I felt confident in my new found abilities and skills to succeed in the software industry. I am so happy that I chose The Tech Academy and I'm excited to start my new role as a Software Engineer here in Denver, CO! 

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    Over the past 5 years I've done a number of free and paid coding programs including Codeacademy and Team Treehouse. Most of my learning was incomplete because I didn't have a good foundation in computer science or programming in general. This program helped fill most of the gaps that I had in the fundamentals of programming. By the end of the program I was able to quickly stand up a working web application in C# using the MVC framework and troubleshoot my code and others' code very efficiently. The most helpful part of the program was that every course flowed and tied into the next, aiming to paint a holistic picture of each discipline within programming as it's related to the whole. Now employed on a large team of engineers, I feel confident that what I learned during my time in the program gave me the best foot into software I could hope for without coming from a formal CS/engineering background. 

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    The Tech Academy C# & .NET Framework bootcamp was a great way to get started in the tech industry. The course starts with the most basic computer information which is great for someone like myself with no prior knowledge. The exercises you are given along the way are not only a great tool to show real life application of what you are learning, but they also serve as great experience to use toward your personal portfolio.

    I would definitely recommend The Tech Academy!

  • Worth Every Penny
    - 11/28/2018
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    The schools staff and instructors are easily approachable and eager to help. It's obvious they want you to succeed, which is very encouraging when working through some of the more techinical courses. As a remote student there was never a time my call wasn't picked up by one of the remote instructors, and the job placement directors were constantly emailing me lists of open positions to apply for. 

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    My experience at The Tech Academy was extremely positive, from start to finish. I had some reservations as a remote student working full-time, but the staff and instructors were extremely supportive through every step of the way. The course itself starts from zero, but is comprehensive in a way that introduces new concepts but also provides challenging, practical assignments to make sure you understand how to utilize them properly. Working as part of a live team for one the final steps of the training is a lot of fun - I was remote, but felt present and definitely part of the group with my contributions and daily check-ins. 

    Although I wasn't able to utilize the job placement assistance to it's fullest extent (I was taking this course to prepare for an inter-company movement),  having gone through the exercises and material, I felt that it was top-notch, providing structure/tools/goals for the students. 

     

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    Great overall experience, was able to get off the ground running with my programming skills and be employed within 3 months of beginning the program. The Live Project portion of the program was by far my favorite, and where the Academy really shines. Would reccomend to anyone interested in a relatively quick education with great instructors and tons of hands-on coding. Aja, Chris G, Jordan and Aaron all rock!

  • It's pretty good
    - 11/12/2018
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    My time at the The Tech Academy in Seattle was enjoyable and thorough. It is smaller than their main campus in Portland, and I was amongst the first group of just 4 or 5 students beginning there on their opening, I believe its grown some since then but its a smaller environment so you can get some more personalized attention, especially compared to the bigger bootcamps.

    The Tech Academy and it's staff care about your success, and will help you as much as they can in order to succeed in both the curriculum and afterwards. For me I had planned on trying to finish the bootcamp a little quicker to go on a trip before the summer, but things happened and they were kind enough to make an exception, but overall it will be the best benefit to do the content thoroughly and at as fast as pace as possible.

    Content wise, overall it is very good, and is updated often, there was some restructure as I did it before they split it into these more specific C#/Python tracts. It could be different now, but I do wish there was more emphasis on Algorithms, especially considering many companies interview based on your knowledge of such things, and problem solving as you go through the interview rounds.

    Coding is not easy, finding your first job is especially not easy, but the Tech Academy will give you the right foundation and they do really want you to succeed. Since the campus in Seattle is newer and not as established, they don't have as many connections to local companies as say, their main one in Portland.

Thanks!