In response to COVID-19 our 2021 courses are only offered remotely.

Q & A

You made it to our FAQ page, which means you’re interested in taking the course but need some more details. We’re glad you made it here! Take into account that all our upcoming courses are online classes due to COVID-19. If you have questions about what makes our online courses worth while, send us an email to

1. Application process

To apply, simply complete the application form on our website! It’s a really quick form and after you complete your online application we’ll set up an video or phone interview. Our interview usually takes 15 to 20 minutes. The application process is an open conversation, we want to make sure we are the right fit for what you’re looking for.

Our Full-stack Web Development bootcamp is designed for beginners and there are no prerequisite skills required. We are assessing attitude, motivation and preparation. The 10 week course is intensive and emotionally grueling experience. We want to make sure you’re committed to the course.

Yes, we have pre-work that usually takes our students around 15 days to complete. The prework is an important part of getting in the right frame of mind for the course.

Yes, since our course size is small (25 students max per cohort) we do occasionally have openings in the class. Be sure to let us know that you’d like to be put on the student waiting list if the cohort your interested in is full.

2. Courses

Yes! Take advantage of the chaos happening around you and learn something new. We offer a fully remote course that teaches you full-stack development in 10 weeks. Due to COVID-19 we are only offering remote courses for 2020.

This is the most affordable class out there that teaches you the skills you need for a new career. We are small family run business that invests the time so that each student actually learns all the material. Also, our online class includes live lectures, one-on-one time with the course instructors, online zoom events (such as pair-programming contests) and foe interview sessions (where you get to practice the interview process).

The course will be covering Ruby and Javascript. We'll be learning other technologies, but hose are the two languages.

We offer our full-time day and online class in English and our night class in Spanish. If you’re worried about your level of English for our current online class just know that most of our instructors are bilingual and speak Spanish & English!

3. Tuition fees, Payment schedules & Scholarships

Our online full-stack web development course is $2,799 for the 10-weeks.

No. We offer different payment plans for each student. You can pay in up to 5 separate installments, each installment being 20% of the course total. To secure your spot for class you we ask for a non-refundable deposit (20% of the course total).

Yes, if you’re not sure how you’re going to pay. Ask about our scholarships. We offer two main types of scholarships. One for women and another for individuals motivated to take the course but do not have the resources to do so.

4. Bogota

Bogotá is an up and coming economy, lots of room for growth in new industries. Specifically coding and web development! Other hubs include New York and San Francisco but the tuition for these bootcamps range from $12,000 to $21,000 USD depending on the length of the course. We want to be at the forefronts of the tech revolution in Colombia. Bogota Bootcamp wants give people the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to be part of the ever-growing tech industry. Bogota has so much to offer. Nightlife, fresh coffee, great weather, and the opportunity to grow.

5. Additional Questions

Web development is not about really clever coding 90% of the time. Web development is a career where you build up knowledge through study and experience. It's more about acquired knowledge and skills than your IQ. We can teach you the skills that you will need to pass your interview, but you need to stay motivated to find the experience.

There are a few general topics with related specifics.

Dev Basics: Git, terminal commands, github, heroku, AWS, deployment

Ruby Basics: variables, objects, iteration, recursion, conditional logic, methods, classes

Rails Basics: models, views, controllers, API calls

Javascript: AJAX calls, promises, async design, assets

HTML: dom manipulation, CSS, browser tools

An additional frontend framework: React

The reason there are bootcamps is that the jobs are out there. People need employees with these skills. We can’t guarantee you a job right after class, but we are confident that after the course you will find interviews.

You're right. But if you want to change in a dramatic way you have to do something different. We can help you through the process. Let’s start coding together.

6. Press

All members of the press should contact our Chief of operations, Nicolle at