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10 Years of Curriculum Refinement

We strive for teaching our students the most up-to-date programming technologies through effective methods. Our dynamic curriculum has been refined and optimized over the last ten years by our founding members-a team of seasoned software developers and tech executives.
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  • Economic & Career Mobility

    If you're serious about starting a career in tech, but lack the formal education or background, we'll get you there in a fraction of the time and cost of a traditional program. On a national scale, 94%* of our alumni land a job in 180 days after graduating, with an average salary of $76,000 per year.

    *Published in February 2018, this is based upon a survey that was sent to alumni who graduated between January 2015 and October 2017. Out of the respondents, 94% are employed full time in field. 75% of alumni find jobs within 3 months.

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    Multi-Stack Curriculums

    To prepare you for the ever-changing tech field, all our coding programs cover multiple stacks of programming languages—3 for our Onsite Coding Bootcamp and 2 for our Online Coding Bootcamp. You'll graduate with a more versatile skill-set, portfolio, and have 2-3 times the job prospects in comparison to the average coding bootcamp grad.

  • We Believe in Human Potential

    Coding Dojo was founded on the belief that anyone can learn to code.

    A career in tech should be available to anyone, regardless of age, background, gender or financial status. We don’t dismiss beginners or kick out those who struggle. Instead, we welcome students of all experience levels.

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A curriculum matched to local job demand

Every year we survey local job markets to find the top full stacks in your area, and match our curriculum offering to local needs. Learn More
  • JAVA Web Development with Java
  • PYTHON Web Development with Python
  • C#/.NET Web Development with C#Net
  • MEAN Web Development with Mean
  • RUBY Web Development with Ruby


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Technologies Covered:
Python Python
Flask Flask
Ajax Ajax
Django Django

What is a Coding Bootcamp

Coding bootcamp is a short, intensive programming training to help you to focus on the important aspects and practices of coding. The goal of a coding bootcamp is to make you a confident and self-sufficient developer regardless of your educational background. This makes the bootcamp a tool for most people in switching careers to tech.

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Is a Coding Bootcamp Worth It?

Web developer bootcamps have become a major part of the tech industry. Every big tech hub has at least a handful of them. Similar to military boot camps that turn normal citizens into combat troops, these short, intensive coding bootcamps can launch you from your current career to a new, tech-focused career in only a matter of weeks.

From the dawn of the industry in 2012 until now, programming bootcamps have gradually clawed their way into the mainstream despite the natural skepticism from the market—a typical challenge for new products—and have become an established contributor to the developer talent pipeline.

Bootcamp Advantages

With the passion for learning as your main driving force, coding bootcamp can make you a programmer in a matter of weeks. The curriculum is focused on the important aspects of programming and on how to be able to adjust with the curves of learning multiple languages and technologies.

Faster Learning in Groups

Collaboration with other students can accelerate your learning. In a coding bootcamp environment, students can instantly talk about concepts and work together while they code.

Full Immersion, No Distractions, Tons of Content

In a coding bootcamp setting, you surround yourself with a learning environment packed with curriculum and push all other distractions off your schedule. With this intensive focus, you get a lot more done in less time and learn new technologies at a rate you wouldn’t think possible.

Cohesive Curriculum and Mentorship = Fast Progress

In a bootcamp, there is more structure to your learning. These are carefully planned out programs that can take months to complete, building up your skills one level of mastery at a time with the mentorship of knowledgeable instructors. This learning style gives you a big picture view and keeps you progressing forward, at a speed difficult to replicate by yourself.


When you join a coding bootcamp, you’re surrounded by people with the same goal as you: learn how to code. You immediately set foot into a network of developers-in-training with a similar skill set. This is important making a career switch, as you’ll organically create a professional network to leverage for more job opportunities.

Guidance through the Job Search
Guidance through the Job Search

Some of the most crucial services bootcamps provide are career guidance. Tech is a new industry for a lot of people and the ground rules for the job search change. What could pass as common wisdom in any other industry might not work when looking for a tech job! Bootcamps help you clear that job search clutter, find your top job prospects, and provide you with the tools to nail the interview.


When it comes to career switching, it’s hard to beat the immersive and collaborative environments you can get at a coding bootcamp, especially for people who don’t have a background in code. In just three months, a coding bootcamp can grant you more technical knowledge.

Coding Dojo has a proven reputation for transforming students with little to no engineering background into successful, full-stack developers. Our mission at Coding Dojo is to transform lives through programming literacy, and with this in mind, we found an amazing opportunity to provide an educational resource for new learners who just need help getting started, and to experienced developers striving to achieve the next step in their career. The game of life is tough, level up with Coding Dojo.

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Where Our Alumni Work

Although over 80% of students have no prior experience in web development. On a national scale, 94% of our alumni land a job in 180 days after graduating, with an average salary of $76,000 per year.

*Published in February 2018, this is based upon a survey that was sent to alumni who graduated between January 2015 and October 2017. Out of the respondents, 94% are employed full time in field. 75% of alumni find jobs within 3 months.

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