Dev Bootcamp

Dev Bootcamp is a 19 week intensive training, 9 weeks remote prep, 9 weeks immersive and a week long career week. Students typically commit to 60-80 hours per week in the immersive portion. Monday through Friday. We teach people to build web applications using Ruby on Rails. Appropriate for brand new or even experienced programmers. Dev Bootcamp is not a typical classroom. Think of it more as apprenticeship or a workshop. You will be learning by doing and building, not by sitting back and listening. We set up DBC to closely resemble an actual work environment. We have locations in Chicago, New York City, San Francisco, and San Diego.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
419 (est)-2%
Dev Bootcamp is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Dev Bootcamp

Christopher Lee

Christopher Lee

COO

Dev Bootcamp Office Locations

Dev Bootcamp has offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, San Diego and in 3 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
633 Folsom St
Seattle, US
83 S King St
San Diego, US
800 707 Broadway
Chicago, US
351 W Hubbard St
New York, US
48 Wall St
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Dev Bootcamp News and Updates

Ironhack raises $3 million for its coding bootcamp

 As the focus on new educational models and coding bootcamps continues to attract attention (rightly or wrongly) as a cure for the world’s economic woes, Ironhack, a coding bootcamp with campuses in Madrid, Barcelona, Paris and Miami, has snagged $3 million in financing. Read More

Dev Bootcamp shuttering shows challenges of teaching coal miners to code

GUEST: We heard this week that Dev Bootcamp, the first of the coding bootcamps, will close its doors in December, unable to “reach a sustainable business model,” according to the company. But I think there’s more hiding behind the headlines (isn’t there always?). First, some background. Dev Bootcamp…

How culinary school and gaming helped former teacher Mannah Kallon land a career in coding

 It was Mannah Kallon’s love for food and gaming that ignited the former chef’s career in coding. During culinary school and on a tour of the South (which he’ll discuss in our latest episode of breaking into startups), the longtime gamer played A LOT of video games and even taught himself how to mak…

Facebook’s F8 developers conference will be more diverse than last year

 Ahead of Facebook’s annual developers conference, F8, Facebook shared the demographic makeup of this year’s expected attendees exclusively with TechCrunch. Of the people who chose to disclose, 28.7% self-identified as women (a 4.9% increase from last year) and 19.3% self-identified as underrepresen…

Bill Gates Is Wrong: The Solution to AI Taking Jobs Is Training, Not Taxes

Opinion: To address job losses due to automation, we need training, not new taxes. The post Bill Gates Is Wrong: The Solution to AI Taking Jobs Is Training, Not Taxes appeared first on WIRED.

At 50, Dev Bootcamp’s Michael Jay Walker quit his day job to learn coding with kids in their twenties

 Companies are increasingly investing in workforce development to retrain their employees, but if you’re in your 50’s, it can be intimidating to learn how to code with a bunch of 20-year-olds. While most tech coverage is focused on the jobs that are going to be destroyed by automation and artificial…
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