This is the most affordable class out there that teaches you the skills you need for a new career..
The class is in taught in English. Students may speak English as a second language, but the course is only offered in English.
For the March 5th class the price is $999. However, for Latin American residents and citizens we are offering the course for $499 (USD). If you are Colombian (resident or citizen) you can take the class for free (March course only)
No. We will work with you to create a payment plan that works for both parties.
I'm a professional web developer. I'm fullstack. Even though I was introduced to programming as kid, I only decided to code professionally as an adult. I'm trained and have worked as a professional high school teacher and athletics coach. After going back to graduate school for law, I started seeing a lot of bad software in courtrooms and decided I could to do better. I started learning on my own, then moved to New York to take a bootcamp course. Soon after I was making the best money of my life in career I hadn't realized I had access to. I did it, and so can you.
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.
You can, but you won't. Home has too many distractions. When you learn full time, your mind makes an adjustment: "This is what I'm doing now." You need the hours of practice every day and the support of a community. Living in Bogota will offer a fresh outlook, a focused mind where you will have committed to making a change and where we are committed to working with you, Monday through Friday. 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. There is no substitute for a live instructor, peers, and a classroom.
Web developement 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.
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
HTML: dom manipulation, CSS, browser tools
The reason there are bootcamps is that the jobs are out there. People need employees with these skills.
You're right. But if you want to change you have to do something different. Let's do it together.