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UCF Coding Boot Camp

Orlando, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale

UCF Coding Boot Camp

Avg Rating:4.33 ( 6 reviews )

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3 Campuses

Orlando

1 Course
100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, Florida 32773

UCF Coding Boot Camp is a web development course. The full-stack curriculum includes HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, Responsive Design, Heroku, Git, User Authentication, PHP, Laravel, React.js, MySQL, MongoDB, and more.

Course Details

Payment Plan
Payment plans available.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Beginner
Prep Work
Prework
Jul 11, '17 -Jan 20, '18
9,500

In PersonPart Time

Jul 17, '17 -Jan 27, '18
9,500

In PersonPart Time

Fort Lauderdale

1 Course
3301 College Avenue Carl DeSantis Building, Huizenga School of Business , Davie, Florida 33314

UCF Coding Boot Camp is a web development course in Fort Lauderdale. The full-stack curriculum includes HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, Responsive Design, Heroku, Git, User Authentication, PHP, Laravel, React.js, MySQL, MongoDB, and more.

Course Details

Payment Plan
Payment plans available.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Beginner
Prep Work
Prework

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4/6/2017
Michael Mulchrone • Web Developer • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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Response From: Ricky Cuellar of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Friday, Apr 07 2017

Way to go, Michael! Getting to see students grow throughout the course and go on to learn more than they ever thought possible is why we do what we do. You are so right that you’ll only get out what you put in—our team is there to support you along the way, but this is a fast paced, demanding program that takes long hours and dedication. Congratulations on all your hard work! You should be very proud of your accomplishment. We wish you great success going forward.

1/15/2017
Keely Lumbra • Graduate Verified via LinkedIn
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Response From: Ricky Cuellar of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Jan 16 2017

You rock, Keely! Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a detailed review. It’s so helpful for future students to hear what they can expect and how they can succeed directly from our graduates. We’re so proud of all the hard work and dedication you’ve put into the program, and it shows through the success you’ve had already. Congratulations on graduating! We’re rooting you on as you go forward and know that you will do great things. 

5/12/2017
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Response From: Chavon Rodriguez of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Wednesday, May 17 2017

Hi Randy, thank you for sharing your feedback. We are disappointed to hear about your experience.
 
Our program serves a mix of students ranging from those with zero coding experience to computer science students as well as graduates of other boot camps. For this reason, we begin by covering the basics, giving students a solid foundation upon which they will build throughout the program. We start slow and the intensity of our program ramps up to advanced topics very quickly. A key reason our students are successful is because we have a proven methodology for becoming a professional. Each lesson iteratively builds on the last, and there are no shortcuts to focusing on the basics at first.
 
During your one-on-one session on February 16 (week 2 of the program), we discussed your concerns over the curriculum and its pace. We explained this methodology and how the pace would ramp up quickly. You began classes with us on February 7 and your last day of attending class was March 2. Unfortunately, only experiencing the first four weeks of our 24-week program is not enough to see firsthand how rigorous and in-depth our program becomes once the fundamentals are covered—around week 6 and beyond.
 
In our March 2 discussion, we talked about the withdrawal and refund policy – noting that students would still be responsible for the remaining tuition and would continue to have access to GitHub, Slack, and the classroom as an “active non-participatory” student. On March 8, we spoke again and you confirmed that you were no longer going to attend and wanted to withdraw entirely.
 
While our program has an intensive vetting process and requires a minimum of five years’ experience in the field, we continue to monitor instructors to ensure that students are getting the best learning experience possible. We hire active practitioners in lieu of formal professors to best simulate real-life working environments. Still, we understand that not all instructors will meet our expectations or those of all students. In the case of your cohort, the instructor left the program and was replaced by a senior-level TA. Our chief curriculum engineer flew to your classroom to observe the replacement instructor on March 2 and validate that he was qualified and prepared. The feedback we received from the majority of the class was very positive throughout the rest of the program.
 
Finally, our curriculum is updated frequently to ensure that it is competitive and that we are covering the latest market demands in the region. However, minor errors can happen and some of the digital materials did show the previous year. We are confident that it did not impact the quality of our curriculum or its delivery to the students.
 
Our team takes feedback seriously and always uses it as a means for improvement. We sincerely wish you would have joined us throughout the duration of the program, allowing you to dive into the complex topics and experience the curriculum that we are immensely proud of. You are encouraged to contact me directly at (954) 900-6057 to discuss your experience further.

11/15/2016
Pedro Sivero • Full Stack Developer • Graduate
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Response From: Ricky Cuellar of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Wednesday, Nov 16 2016

Thanks for your review, Pedro. Our staff is dedicated to providing an incredible education and world class support to our students, so we're thrilled to read your stellar review of our course. Congratulations on graduation and on your new career. We are proud to have served you over the past 6 months. 

10/14/2016
Joshua Cruey • Web Application Developer • Graduate
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Response From: Ricky Cuellar of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Monday, Oct 17 2016

Thank you so much, Joshua! We are incredibly happy to hear that your experience was everything that we strive so hard to provide. Congratulations on your hard work, graduation and multiple job offers. We're so proud of you!

9/1/2016
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Response From: Ricky Cuellar of UCF Coding Boot Camp
Title: Student Success Manager
Thursday, Sep 08 2016

Hi Edna and big thanks for your review. You have been an incredibly determined and hard working student and we are so proud of your successes. The entire staff here is cheering you on in this next phase of your career.

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