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Dev Bootcamp Alumni Office Visits: Sprout Social

We’ve noticed a trend among our employers. After hiring one of our graduates, they tend to hire a second or a third or sometimes even more!  We went on a Dev Bootcamp Alumni office visit in Chicago and got to join four of our Dev Bootcamp alumni–Shreya, Danielle, Erik, and Lorena–to check out their workspace […]


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Kidpanion: An app for parents and kids on the go

The final eight days of Dev Bootcamp are dedicated to working in small teams to create beautiful, functional, meaningful final projects. Students pitch ideas for apps and services and build them from the ground up. It’s an opportunity to stack lots of technologies together, experiment with new tools, and create something real and useful. Kidpanion […]


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Dev Bootcamp Teachers: Meet Zack from New York

“One of my favorite things as a teacher is to see students have that ‘aha’ moment. We shove a lot down their heads at once, and it’s exciting when you see them finally get it.” When he started his career in the software industry, Zack had no intention of teaching beginners how to become web developers. […]


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NYCapable: Making the Subway Accessible for Everyone

The final eight days of Dev Bootcamp are dedicated to working in small teams to create beautiful, functional, meaningful final projects. Students pitch ideas for apps and services and build them from the ground up. It’s an opportunity to stack lots of technologies together, experiment with new tools, and create something real and useful. NYCapable […]


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Dev Bootcamp Career Coaches: Meet Leia from San Francisco

“One of the most important parts of job searching after Dev Bootcamp is telling your story and letting people know why you’re awesome. Because really, it’s more than just the accomplishment of graduating Dev Bootcamp. It’s about the process of making a transition in your life and the drive and passion it takes to do […]


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5 Surprises You Might Not Know about Job Searching in Tech

After graduating from the 9 week intensive portion of our program, Dev Bootcamp graduates get ready to kick off their job search with career week, a week dedicated to resume building, personal branding, networking, interview practice, and salary negotiations. This week is especially crucial to the program at Dev Bootcamp as landing a job in […]


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SpeakIt: Learn languages from native speakers

The final eight days of Dev Bootcamp are dedicated to working in small teams to create beautiful, functional, meaningful final projects. Students pitch ideas for apps and services and build them from the ground up. It’s an opportunity to stack lots of technologies together, experiment with new tools, and create something real and useful. SpeakIt […]


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Full Bellies: Feeding people, reducing food waste

The final eight days of Dev Bootcamp are dedicated to working in small teams to create beautiful, functional, meaningful final projects. Students pitch ideas for apps and services and build them from the ground up. It’s an opportunity to stack lots of technologies together, experiment with new tools, and create something real and useful. Full […]


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3 Fun Ways to Learn to Code

Learning new skills can be exciting and fun, especially when it comes to learning programming. The possibilities are literally endless and you can build anything you put your mind to. But learning the basics, as with any new skill or language, can sometimes seem tedious or uninteresting. So if you’re cracking open a programming book or […]


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Alumni Stories: Finding Allies as a Woman of Color in Tech

NYC alumni Nicolle Quintero recently published an eloquent essay on her search for professional allies as a woman of color in tech. She touches on skepticism from friends as she embarked on her coding journey, stereotype threat as a woman developer, and strategies that have helped her find people in her corner now that she’s […]