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Coding Bootcamp Prep: Laying the Groundwork for Your Coding Education

Preparation begins well before landing your first coding job. The strongest coding bootcamp curriculums understand this, and require a mandatory prep course to learn basic programming language prior to asking you to sit for the next 16+ weeks learning to be a software developer. Before we discuss prep courses and what to expect on a daily basis, let’s start at the beginning.

Engineering Success: Karen Le’s Developer Journey After Grace Hopper

Karen Le is the subject of our first Best Coding Bootcamps’ #EngineeringSuccess interview series focusing on recent coding bootcamp grads. This series provides an inside look at the bootcamp experience from the student perspective. Karen currently works as a front end developer for The Winston Project, a higher education marketing agency based in New York City.

Salary After Attending a Coding Bootcamp: What to Know

In this article, we’re going to take a deep look into the job market for a coding bootcamp graduate, tips for evaluating your return on investment (ROI) including those taking out a private student loan and financial aid, and how to carefully evaluate the outcomes data provided by a coding school.

The Cost of Coding Bootcamps: Your Complete Guide

Deciding to attend a coding bootcamp is an investment in time and money that we encourage our prospective attendees not to take lightly. Best Coding Bootcamps believes in providing all the information needed for you to feel confident in moving forward with your coding journey.

How to Get Into a Coding Bootcamp

Coding Bootcamps experienced substantial levels of growth in 2021. Not only is capital being invested into coding schools, but the projections for the success of coding bootcamps aren't showing signs of slowing down.

Are Coding Bootcamps Worth It?

There are several distinct advantages to attending a coding bootcamp. Some coders are looking to build on their existing skill-set. Others are looking to build an entirely new set of coding skills that they may not have had experience with previously in their career. Coding bootcamps lower the barrier to learning popular languages like Ruby, SQL, and PHP and help meet the demand for web development jobs in the United States (projected to see an impressive 8% growth between now and 2029).