The application process for Vanilla Coding begins by filling out a form on the company’s website. Potential students will be notified by email within 48 hours about whether they can move forward in the process. Applicants will then schedule an online video interview that will be conducted by program graduate currently working as a software engineer. Through the interview process, applicants may ask questions to ensure that Vanilla Coding is right for them. The last step is an in-person interview with a mentor who will assess the applicant's logic skills and basic programming knowledge. If all goes well, the applicant will be invited back within a week to learn onsite at Vanilla Coding’s Seoul campus.
Vanilla Coding’s chief instructor is Ken Huh. His work history includes working on backend development for Livestream by Vimeo. He’s also worked for Barnes & Noble as front-end development manager and as a front-end developer on the Nike headquarters’ CMS team. Mentoring is available at Vanilla Coding’s office space 365 days a year. Their courses center on self-study, lecture style learning, and creating final projects which you can later use during your job search.
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Minimum Skill Level This course is for beginners who is new to software engineering. Placement Test No Interview Yes
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