We do our best to help make this affordable for everyone, so we're including some big discounts on the program.
I qualify for scholarship.
You qualify for a $500 scholarship if you're female, a veteran of the U.S. Military, or from an ethnic minority group underrepresented in the software engineering field (African American, Chicano/Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander). The tech world is notoriously unrepresentative of the larger population. We believe that the sooner that changes, the better off we all are.
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|Total tuition after scholarships||$12,200 / total|
As someone who studied CS in college, I was predisposed to be suspicious of a program like Dev Bootcamp. DBC won me over with its focus on solid development philosophy and dedication to training not just potential employees, but future members of the software development community.
As a mentor and teacher in technology myself, I have been very impressed with the Dev Bootcamp learning methodology. Having hired Andrew Stamm out of Dev Bootcamp into Eight Bit Studios, my entire team is very happy with his dedication, passion, hunger to keep learning.
The DBC grad we’ve hired integrated into our company instantly and has been an incredibly important contributor—not only in development, but in team dynamics and company culture. Would gladly hire again.
The vast majority of our students have a full-time job within 3-months of graduating. These successful placements have lead to many employers returning to hire their second, third or fourth graduate from our program.
Through our “Women of Dev Bootcamp” and other community initiatives, we work to increase minority participation to create a diverse group of graduates.
Our instructors are working practitioners who take a year or two from their careers at some of the most respected companies in the world to share their knowledge and experience with our students.