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5.0 / 5

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Austin Coding Academy is a part time coding bootcamp that is committed to affordable, accessible coding education. ACA offers full stack programs that are broken up into three levels: Intro, Intermediate, and Advanced. Each level is a 10 week course that meets two nights a week. By the end of the Advanced class students are prepared for a full time position as a junior web developer. Because classes are part time and in the evenings, they have the added benefit of being taught by instructors who work as full time developers during the day at companies like Continuum Analytics, General Motors, Invodo, and more. All instructors are trained through ACA's rigorous instructor development program that focuses on making sure instructors know more than how to build the technology; they know how to teach it as well.

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Austin Coding Academy programs

Programs Cities Duration Cost
Program: Advanced Level Cities: Austin Duration: 10 weeks Cost: $2,990

This is our Advanced course, designed to take our Intermediate students to a level of fluency with Node.JS and React.JS that will allow them to build professional, well designed web applications. You can use these skills to become an entry level developer, a Javascript developer a senior technical project manager, a full stack developer, or use your ability to learn new languages to switch into a career with Python, Ruby, or one of the many other in-demand languages in Texas. This class is designed for someone who has a strong command of front end development, including HTML, CSS, and Javascript, and who is interested in formalizing their back end development skill set to become full stack.

Program: Intermediate Level Cities: Austin Duration: 10 weeks Cost: $2,990

In the Intermediate class, you have already developed your chops with HTML and CSS and can build beautiful, responsive websites that any freelancer would drool over. Now it’s time to start building applications to give those pages some life. In the intermediate class, you will attend class two nights a week, and outside of class, do approximately 2 hours a day of homework. You will learn Object Oriented Programming, server calls, API integration, and build multiple web applications all in 10 weeks. Class is focused around project development and students build a new app each week. By the end of the course you will have 8-10 new apps in your portfolio.

Program: Intro Level Cities: Austin Duration: 10 weeks Cost: $2,990

In the Intro class you will learn how the internet works and build your own web pages. This class is designed to take true beginners to a level of fluency with HTML and CSS that will allow them to build professional, well designed, responsive websites. You can use these skills to begin freelancing or to get started as a web designer. This class is designed for someone who is brand new to writing code or has dabbled with a few online tutorials like Codecademy and have found they are ready to really solidify their knowledge base in website development.

Austin Coding Academy reviews

5.0 / 5

4 reviews

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  • Aubrey Lenz's review

    Great teachers & all around staff who are dedicated to helping you succeed! I am taking the Full-stack Javascript route and loving every bit of Austin Coding Academy. TA's, tutors, and the instructors and there to help you every bit of the way. 10/10 would recommend if you are dedicated to learning technical skills!

    Answered by Aubrey Lenz on December 27th, 2018

  • Eddie Garcia's review

    I had an incredible experience at Austin Coding Academy! If you're thinking about getting into the tech industry, I highly recommend the instructors and curriculum at ACA. I always felt heard and supported, challenged and encouraged. I'm having so much fun learning to build apps!

    Answered by Eddie Garcia on September 11th, 2017

  • Chris's review

    This is a great school that puts students first. All instructors are professional developers and learning from their experience is tremendously useful. This school requires a lot of work, so I wouldn't recommend it unless you're dedicated to working hard and really want to become a developer.

    Answered by Chris on April 26th, 2017

  • Ernie's review

    I researched many schools in the Austin area before choosing the Austin Coding Academy. The reason I chose them was because they offered the best quality at an exceptional price. I come from a Finance background and I have never worked in IT before. The intro course is very informative and detailed. As soon as you begin classes the school brings in guest speakers and IT recruiters. I love the field trips we take as well. Halfway thru my Intro course the career services team placed me in a new job within the IT industry. It occurred very fast and I am very grateful for all their instruction and help. My goal is to have a better work-life balance and the Austin Coding Academy has already helped me get my foot in the door. I am very excited to see what opportunities will be presented to me once I complete the entire Full Stack Developer program. Choosing to attend the Austin Coding Academy has proven to be one of the best decisions I have ever made.

    Answered by Ernie on February 22nd, 2017

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Posted by BkpRopYZ on May 8th, 2020


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So how come all the testimonials on their website are names of people who dont exists, including this Ernie guy? At least one of those names should come up on facebook and real when i searched. All i want to check is the quality of of they offer from real students.

Posted by sarah on March 29th, 2017


All of them are real. I can attest that Ernie was a classmate of mine. We completed advanced coursework in March. Maybe try LinkedIn?

Answered by Danny on April 20th, 2017

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