Coding Dojo

Coding Dojo is a Coding Boot Camp that provides Online, Onsite and Hybrid immersive training environments for everyone and anyone. At Coding Dojo, students quickly learn to code and think like software engineers and develop web applications as an end result. We cover HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MVC, Ruby on Rails, MySQL, OOP, and much more. Our students receive mentored guidance, quick feedback and curated course content, all while building real applications and solving real problems.
Since 2010, our commitment to quality has produced a polished curriculum and well–rounded course structure, which we continue to improve with every new cohort. Given the rapid growth of technology, our staff believes that our school must act likewise: to be adaptive, versatile, and most of all highly relevant. Coding Dojo graduates go on to work in a range of developer roles at world-class companies including REI, IBM, Microsoft and Plantronics, and also play key roles in fast-growing start-ups.
Campuses in Seattle, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, and Dallas.
Company Growth (employees)
San Jose, US
Size (employees)
358 (est)+2%
Coding Dojo was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Jose, US

Key People at Coding Dojo

Richard Wang

Richard Wang

Chief Executive Officer
Alan Dance

Alan Dance

Chief Financial Officer
Michael Choi

Michael Choi

Founder & Chief Technical Officer
John Supsupin

John Supsupin

Chief Project Engineer
Jenna Wolfe

Jenna Wolfe

Director of Legal
Ben Jones

Ben Jones

Director of Admissions

Coding Dojo Office Locations

Coding Dojo has offices in San Jose, Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas and in 8 other locations
San Jose, US (HQ)
1980 Zanker Rd
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Computer science degrees don’t always result in hefty pay bumps, but that doesn’t make them pointless

Data released by Stack Overflow earlier this morning suggests that obtaining a computer science degree only translates into a modest pay bump. Stack Overflow’s 2017 Developer Ecosystem report shows those with Computer Science degrees only earn £3,000 more per annum compared to those without. On aver…

Ruby on Rails is out: major coding bootcamp ditches it, due to waning interest

Is the end of Ruby on Rails nigh? Everything seems to point that way. Developer interest is waning, and now Coding Dojo, one of the largest programming bootcamps in the United States, has ejected it from its curriculum. This, it explains, is due to lower employer demand for the technology. Coding Do…

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