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Code Bootcamp was founded to help grow our community.

Building developers is more than just teaching code, what’s your feedback

Over the few years we have met with dozens of people in the Sioux Falls technology community to listen to their ideas for the structure of Code Bootcamp.
We did not try to push our ideas on them, we believe that Code Bootcamp is a community project. After all, we are not going to be employing our students after they graduate, local businesses will.
We want those in our community and industry to influence the content we are cover. Anyone can read a book, take an online class or Google their way through writing code — but Code Bootcamp takes it a step further. Our goal is to instill lifestyle skills in those who want to excel as developers. This will allow them to create fulfilling careers in coding and web development.
If you see us out in the community, please come up and talk to us because we want your feedback. We know that we don’t have all the answers and would love to hear your thoughts on:
  • Code Bootcamp teaching and training content
  • Skills needed for training successful developers
  • Ways to reach and inspire prospective Code Bootcamp students
Our community outreach has been wonderful so far, we received great advice, guidance and support from everyone that we met. We would still love to hear from more of you, so send us email, stop by Queen City Bakery on Thursday mornings, or send us a Tweet! We will make a meeting happen.
Thank you, in advance, for your feedback and ideas!
Are you ready to start a new career as a developer?
The entire twelve weeks costs only $4,997 and is limited to 10 students. Applications deadline is April 15, 2016 with classes starting May 23, don’t wait until it is too late to apply.
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