Dev Bootcamp
San Diego

Join Our San Diego Coding Class

San Diego was rated by Forbes as one of the "Top Cities to Launch a Startup.” As the recent host of Ruby Conf, home to the ever-growing Comi-Con, and, of course, the birthplace of California, it’s a great place to learn to program and begin a career in technology. Dev Bootcamp, the first immersive coding program in California, is thrilled to be a part of San Diego's growing tech community. At our campus, you’ll find a comfortable learning community where you will learn full stack web development and the tactics to launch your career in technology.

Dev Bootcamp
707 Broadway, Suite 800
San Diego, CA 92101

Our Staff

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Kevin Solorio

Campus Director

Kevin is a self taught software developer who has experience working on both product teams and consulting teams. Kevin joined Dev Bootcamp in April 2013 and was part of the launch team for our Chicago campus. In September of 2015, he made the decision to move to sunny San Diego to lead the launch of our fourth location. When Kevin isn’t teaching, coding or working on a side project you will most likely find him near one of the local General Aviation (GA) airports working on the next rating or logbook endorsement.

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Mark Siemers


From consulting to enterprise software development to small business management to full-stack web development, Mark has seen how technology can help (or hinder) people in lots of environments. His goal in joining Dev Bootcamp is to get new developers to always focus on how they are helping people - mainly end users, but also teammates working on the same project. He cut his teeth programming at Bloomberg in New York, spent a few years managing a window cleaning company, then came back into programming working with Ruby on Rails. Mark foolishly owns two motorcycles, loves sand volleyball, and a good adventure.

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Kimbra Brookstein

Community Marketing Manager

Kimbra is a Marketing specialist with a strong background in communications, advertising, sales, and brand strategy. Her passion for Marketing started in 2007 when she worked as a Sales Coordinator at Rolling Stone Magazine. She then transitioned into digital media where she continued to develop her love of creating a voice of a brand and translating that into Business Development. Kimbra earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications from University Of California, Davis (UCD). In her spare time, you will find her trying a new restaurant, pouring a glass or wine or planning her next international vacation!

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Jushua Mayo

Program Coordinator/Office Manager

Jush is originally from Guam. He moved to San Diego in 2013 and continued his education in Business Administration at San Diego Mesa College. Prior to his move to San Diego, he was a professional dancer performing for companies such as Royal Caribbean International, SeaWorld, and Disney. He assisted a couple of directors launch and coordinate successful dance programs and curriculum in Guam and San Diego. During his spare time, he continues to teach students of all ages the art of dance recreationally and competitively.

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Nate Kandler


A luthier turned web developer, Nate graduated from our DBC​ Chicago campus in 2014. He spent two years as a full stack Ruby on Rails developer in Chicago and another year as a JavaScript developer in San Diego working mainly with React. Nate decided to "come back home" to Dev Bootcamp, and joined the SD team as an instructor. When he's not coding, he's most likely at the beach with his dog, playing guitar, or surfing.

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Where Dev Bootcamp alumni work in San Diego

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Alumni & Their New Employers

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Charles D.

Graduated 2014, San Francisco

Software Crafstman at Pluralsight

“Attending DBC will change your life. It is an amazing community that is ready to turn you into an incredible developer and make you an even better, more empathetic person. Regardless of where life takes you after DBC, you will be better prepared to succeed with what DBC has to offer.”

Thomas F.

Graduated 2016, San Diego

Web Developer at UCERA

“DBC provided a platform to not only grow personally, but also the technical training to be a life-long learner and creator. The experience has given me new understanding of how to approach challenges and the peace of mind of not knowing everything. I liked learning before, but now I love it.”

Xin Z.

Graduated 2016, San Diego

Frontend Developer at Adtile

"DBC expedited my learning process and helped me break into the tech world. On my own, I would’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out what to learn and how to learn it. If I was an arrow, DBC was the bow that shot me on target (I stole that from Jamie Foxx)."

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