The ONLY Full Immersion Live-In Coding Boot Camp
Zero Tuition - Pay When You Land A Job
Average Starting Salary is 84K
- Mary Le
Coding House provided me with a great environment to simply focus on learning computer programming without the extra stress of other daily issues.
- Maxwell Zirbel
Coding House not only provides the superior instruction but also the unique environment... I have never learned faster than while at Coding House.
100% project-based, designed to help you be self-reliant
Server-Side and Mobile
AngularJS, NodeJS, ExpressJS, MongoDB, Mongoose, RESTful APIs
Work with other students on various projects, building applications front to back using Agile methodology
Mentor new students. Teaching is the best way to understand something. By helping new students, you find new ways to solve problems, approach challenges, and nail down the underlying concepts of development.
Build the application of your choice. Your capstone project can be an app you plan to launch for your own startup or sell on the app store. This, along with all other projects you build throughout the program, will result in a quality portfolio.
THE ONLY FULL IMMERSION LIVE-IN BOOT CAMP IN THE WORLD™
Live, Eat, Code
Job Placement Guarantee
Students will gain exposure to Silicon Valley’s hottest companies, startups, and enterprises. Pay a placement fee of 18% of your first year's salary. We make introductions, help with placement, and help you to build your portfolio to showcase the skills that you’ve learned.
Live With Code Mentors
Help is available from 9AM until midnight. When it’s late at night and you're stuck, pair with an instructor, code mentor, or another student for as long as you need. Small class sizes of about 22 students ensures plenty of one-on-one time with your instructors and mentors. Typical ratio is 1 code mentor to 5 students.
The Hottest Stack
Learn the current and trending web languages and frameworks that are in-demand now and into the future. Understand the pros and cons of each framework, basic syntax, and vocabulary so that you can pick the right tool for the job. Having the ability to pick up a new framework in a day, or a language in a couple days, is an essential skill as a developer.
Day In The Life
|9:00 AM||Breakfast, Shower|
|9:30 AM||Code - Most days we do a few of these: code challenges, build an app, pair program, teams, social media, tutorials, group projects, mentor workshop, etc.|
|12:00 PM||Lunch (it is so good )|
|12:30 PM||Workshop: Instructor leads a workshop introduction to a concept|
|3:00 PM||Free time - some people take a nap, some keep working.|
|4:00 PM||Workshop: Instructor leads a workshop introduction to a concept, builds a small piece and repeats|
|6:00 PM||Dinner (smelled it cooking for the last hour!)|
|6:30 PM||Daily Coding House SCRUM meeting|
|7:00 PM||Back to work! Code|
|8:00 PM||Workout = Cross-fit/Yoga (Optional)|
|Bed time is anytime you want! Most people hit the hay around 11pm to 1am.|
|Healthy and Delicious Food|
|Solve Coding Challenges|
|Build your Portfolio|
|Live with your Instructor|
|Learn from International Mentors|
|Collaborate with Classmates|
|Visit Companies in Silicon Valley|
|Don't Pay Until You Get a Job!|
Coding House is the only Full Immersion™ all inclusive boot camp in the world. We charge 18% of your first year's salary. To learn more, check out this FAQ.
Don't Pay Until You Get A Job
We believe in our approach so much that if you do not get a job as a developer, you don’t pay the placement fee! This ensures that our goals are aligned with yours. You can learn more on how we can do it and how it works, and about the outcomes for our students.
- October 26th, 2015 - February 22nd, 2016 (Holiday Break December 21st, 2015 - January 4th, 2016) - Full
- January 4th, 2016 - April 8th, 2016 - Full
- February 22nd, 2016 - May 27th, 2016 - 2 seats remaining
- April 11th, 2016 - July 22nd, 2016 (break May 27th, 2016 - June 6th, 2016) - 13 seats remaining
- June 6th, 2016 - September 9th, 2016 - 17 seats remaining
- July 25th, 2016 - October 28th, 2016 - 20 seats remaining
- September 12th, 2016 - December 21st, 2016 - 22 seats remaining
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Our mission is to provide a viable alternative to higher education; one that does not result in crippling debt and teaches the real world skills necessary to get a job - in a fraction of the time.
Founded in 2014, we have the only live-in all inclusive bootcamp in the world. During our 14 week program we provide room, board and instruction in our facility.
Make sure everyone’s relationship is a win-win. From students, to staff, to partners, this is a value we don’t deviate from.
Change the world.
We have lots of challenges as a species. There are many smart people working to fix these challenges, and they all need tools to do their jobs. Software engineers make the tools we all use and help to progress humanity.
We don’t believe in “good enough.” There is always room for improvement. We apply the agile methodology to all aspects of our operations.
- The median age is 26
- Average starting pay is north of 84K
- Project based - we build an app every 1 to 3 days
- Student backgrounds: 1/3 have a CS degree, 1/3 are CS dropouts, 1/3 are changing their occupation
- 35% of the students are female
- All but 2 of our students have gotten jobs
- It takes 43 days on average to get a job after the program ends
What makes us stand out?
Self reliance. Teaching developers how to pick up a new library in a few hours, a new framework in an afternoon, or a new language in a few days. Not that you’re going to be good at all in that short amount of time, but you can pick it up on your own without anyone’s help.
All-Inclusive. They found out other bootcamps were similar to traditional school: 9 to 5 with homework. "So what, you’re going to send these guys and gals home at 5 or 6 o’clock with an app to build and they don’t know anything about coding? What happens when they get stuck? Do they send an email? Get on a hangout? Wait until the morning?” How could we provide help until midnight, 1, or 2 AM? The only way we could figure it was to have a live-in program; we could have help available all hours of the night. That also had some other benefits. It’s not like it’s hard to find a room to rent, or commuting to and from school is hard, or making dinner or doing the laundry is hard. But it does take away 2 to 3 hours a day of cognitive resources that one can apply to learning something new, with no distractions (tv, family, friends, life, etc).
18% of the first year’s salary. This was not our idea; we got it from another bootcamp. It’s great though! We started off with a 110% money back guarantee: if the student did not get a job within 6 months, we would pay them. The problem was that some of the students didn’t have the money to pay for the tuition. This makes sure that our goals are aligned with the students. This is not a new concept, it was how the very first universities worked 1000 years ago.
About The Ringleader
Nick has taken the path less traveled - or in some cases, never traveled before. Growing up in Silicon Valley, he has be surrounded by creative and hard working folks all his life. From his first job at 9 years old working on a ranch, to going to college a few years early, he is no stranger to hard work. Starting his first business at the ripe old age of 18, Nick has always had a passion for computers and software. Coming up with and implementing creative solutions to complex challenges is what gets him out of bed at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. He has a deep passion for making this rock a better place and loves to help people to find and reach their full potential.
Our company culture is geared toward changing the status quo, innovation, and fun. You will find plenty of support from all levels of the organization. We offer opportunities for continued professional development and advancement. Your hard work and professional dedication will be rewarded with a highly competitive compensation package.
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