Code Career Academy offers a software engineering bootcamp. The bootcamp is available in-person and online. Tuition for the immersive full-time course is $7,999 upfront. Students can choose between a variety of plans, which determine cost and level of instructor involvement. The Silver Plan costs $3,500 and offers students lectures and optional instructor time for an additional cost. The Gold Plan costs $6,000 and includes 15 hours of instructor time. The Platinum Plan costs $8,500 and includes 30 hours of instructor time.
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Status: Currently enrolled Part-Time Student
Pro’s: part-time program T/F/Sat allows me to run a M-F job
Instructor is clearly knowledgeable about software and technologies most in demand in Atlanta.
Longer length of the program allows a student adequate time to absorb the material.
Startup business, smaller classes, leads to more one-on-one with the lead-instructor, so you have to be prepared.
August 11, 2017
To start off this is a great phenomenal program. The instructor is well experience in the field and has vast knowledge of the field. This will help you in your next in your future career in coding
November 4, 2017
Beginning my journey just out of high school wanting to become a full stack web developer I was very lost. I had searched for hours on end looking for schools all over the US that were what I was looking for. I went to numerous colleges and trade schools but they all seemed to just want my money. Talking and glorifying just a handful of their graduates when they have had hundreds of thousands come through. Then I stumbled upon Code Career Academy. A local trade school in Lawrenceville, Georgia. I could tell right away when visiting Code Career Academy it was different from the rest of the schools I had previously toured/visited, because they didn’t try and suck me in with all these flashy amenities when the real purpose of the school is to learn and further your knowledge and career path. While attending the Full-Time course I never thought I would learn so much in just 7 months give or take. I went from knowing absolutely nothing in the Web Development world to coding as well as designing websites for myself to quickly becoming very appealing in the job market with a portfolio filled with high quality work dealing with front and back end development. Along with all the great work I created myself I really liked the team & networking aspect that Code Career Academy provided. In the development world chances are you will work on a team of some sort to accomplish a goal and what better way to help prepare us all for that than to have our class split up or all come together to accomplish something. As well as once a week on Fridays if we had anything we were stuck on or just lost and didn’t wanna speak up in class we had one on ones with the instructor(Jeff) and he would help guide us through and really made sure we understood what he was explaining and teaching to us, which I really think goes above and beyond. When talking to Jeff you can clearly tell he knows what he is talking about and his experience in this field is very impressive. I have never been so pleased and satisfied by how much potential Code Career Academy provided me with.
– Relativity small class
– Learning is at a very good pace I believe
– Teacher is very good with communication
– Teacher is incredibly knowledgeable
– No one is left behind in the class
– One on Ones with teacher
– Able to re-watch lectures online or ping in via skype if we couldn’t make it to class or simply didn’t pick up on it first time through
– lecture time is very good with breaks put in between
– after every lecture we had hours to work on projects and could ask instructor for help
Honestly I have zero complaints and I highly doubt anyone could with how much you will learn and how much your trade/skill as a developer improves
February 10, 2018
I worked in IT for many years on a very old system. I really wanted to update my skills and get into web development so I started looking around. Code Career Academy stood out to me because they offered to teach .NET in the back end class. Coming from the corporate world I know how popular .NET is, so this is what I wanted to learn.
The school is located in Lawrenceville which is super easy to get to. Coming from closer to Atlanta, the daily commute took me in the opposite direction of Atlanta rush hour traffic. There is plenty of parking at the location and lots of restaurants nearby for lunch.
The instructor, Jeff, is super knowledgeable, patient and great at answering any questions.
If somebody is considering a coding bootcamp, I strongly recommend Code Career Academy. I definitely feel that it was worth taking.
February 22, 2018
This review is for the Full-Stack, full-time course. There is a lot to learn in application and web development and this course will teach you most of it while creating real applications that you can showcase and expand on. It’s a comprehensive course and if you use your time wisely you will be a competent programmer by the end of it with plenty of work to show. Jeff Ammons, the chief instructor, is an ocean of knowledge and is ready to teach and answer any questions you can throw at him. He is also very flexible with students.
It’s a comprehensive full-stack course. By the end you will be able to create a new application front to back and be able to deploy it to the web from start to finish. This is a great feeling.
The latest and greatest. ASP.NET Core in C#. It took me a while to find a course that teaches C# for the back-end programming.
Projects, projects, projects. You creating web pages and applications from day one and this is what really helps you learn, not listening to lecture after lecture.
Flexibility. You can attend in person (I recommend if you can) or remote.
A very knowledgeable and friendly instructor. Jeff is great, perhaps too flexible at times.
It’s a comprehensive course and that requires time. It’s a long course, roughly 6 months, but definitely worth it.
If you are out of town, but want to attend in person, you will have to find a place to stay during the week and that can get expensive. AirBnb worked out pretty well for me, but it did add up financially.
There is no job placement built in to the course after completion, but with the amount of work you will have to show, and the help they do give with mock interviews and lectures on job preparation, finding a job shouldn’t take very long. Call a recruiter and showcase your work.
March 19, 2018
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