DigitalCrafts Reviews

5.0 / 5

7 reviews

Atlanta, Houston

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DigitalCrafts is a full-stack coding bootcamp offering intensive software engineering training programs in Atlanta, Georgia. Their flagship course is the 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp that covers two full stacks (MEAN and Python) with an optional elective program in the evenings. DigitalCrafts is on a mission to create a community of builders, each equipped with the skills and tools necessary to breathe life into ideas, whether as entrepreneurs or professional software engineers.

The 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp covers HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, JSON, Bootstrap, Node.js, Express, AngularJS, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Python, and more. Each DigitalCrafts instructor is a professional software developer with at least 10 years of experience. Full-time students are required to attend class from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday. Students who enroll in the elective program will have additional classes in the evenings.

The application process consists of an online application, interview, and JavaScript coding challenge. Classes are held at the DigitalCrafts headquarters in the Buckhead area of Atlanta inside the Atlanta Tech Village.

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DigitalCrafts programs

Programs Cities Duration Cost
Program: 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp + Elective Cities: Atlanta Duration: 16 weeks Cost: $13,950

The 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp + Elective track is for the bold. Throughout the 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp students train to become software engineers by learning full-stack development and a specific elective offered during that course. The course's web development curriculum covers basic front-end, advanced front-end, JavaScript and the MEAN stack, and Python and PostgreSQL. During the evenings, students will complete a 5 to 6 week elective covering either UI/UX Design, Cross-Platform Mobile App Development, or iOS App Development from an industry expert.

In addition to becoming a software engineer, each student will complete a series of career training exercises, including, but not limited to resume guidance, mock interview training, portfolio development, and gain access to DigitalCrafts growing network of hiring partners.

Program: 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp Cities: Atlanta, Houston Duration: 16 weeks Cost: $12,950

Throughout the 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp students learn full-stack web development covering basic front-end, advanced front-end, JavaScript and the MEAN stack, and Python and PostgreSQL. Students who are accepted into the 16 Week Immersive Bootcamp will receive a minimum of 640 hours of instruction over a 4 month period.

In addition to becoming software engineers, each student will complete a series of career training exercises including, but not limited to resume guidance, mock interview training, portfolio development, and gain access to DigitalCrafts growing network of hiring partners.

DigitalCrafts reviews

5.0 / 5

7 reviews

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  • Nedra Mevoli's review

    Last summer, I was in a small beach town in Spain where I was trying to find myself after a devastating breakup. In the midst of all the Eat, Pray, Love -- I found DigitalCrafts. I applied to a few coding bootcamps, but this one stuck out to me. I could tell Jake (co-founder) really genuinely cares about his little baby coders succeeding. That meant a lot. So I went for it. And what a wild ride it was. Our cohort was like season one of The Real World. There were laughs, there were tears, there were beers, and there were a lot of moments of frustration. There were definitely times where I felt like I couldn't do it and/or I didn't want to do it, but fortunately I had Damian to lean on and my amazing classmates who were also going through the struggle to look to for strength. Which brings me to my next point -- Damian is the Lebron James of teaching people how to code while simultaneously being a great friend and mentor. I absolutely would not be where I am as both a programmer and person without him. And for me, that's where the value in this program was. If I continued trying to do it on my own with online tutorials and such, I never would've gotten the mentorship of someone as brilliant as Damian. I was really fortunate to have been able to have him as my instructor. Being part of the very first, guinea pig, test-dummy cohort in Houston definitely had a few kinks and quirks and oddities, but being the first to do anything comes with those things. I mistakenly thought that the job assistance would be an active part of the program throughout, but it's something that mostly begins towards the end of the program, and it's mostly resume and portfolio assistance. It wasn't a dealbreaker for me though. Basically, if you apply for jobs and put yourself out there and they'll do the best they can to hype you up and make you look good. As for my career now, I've been approached about and hired for several freelance remote design and front-end gigs. I decided that while it's great knowing how to work the back-end, it's not something I'm interested in pursuing as a career right now. That's another cool thing about DigitalCrafts -- they're totally supportive of whatever direction you decide you want to go. (Sidebar: Digital Crafts teaches full-stack web development, and doesn't do design, UI/UX stuff. They spent probably 2 or 3 days on CSS and Sass, but it was enough to light a fire in my heart that sent me running towards it.) Obviously, your mileage will vary, but if you find something that speaks to you while you're in the course (for me that was front-end stuff) run with it and work on it in your spare time, you'll probably be able to find someone who wants to pay you to do it. Anyway, I think Jake and Max are on to something here, and I'm excited to see what Digital Crafts HTX becomes in the future. If you're considering doing this, I'd say go for it. I know pretty much everyone else has said the same thing, but man, it's true -- this changed my life.

    Answered by Nedra Mevoli on June 18th, 2017

  • Aaron's review

    I just completed the program and it exceeded my expectations in every way possible. The instruction is extraordinary, the class size is perfect, the curriculum is rigorous and challenging (but doable as long as a student is committed), the career support is extremely helpful, and the administration truly cares about the ongoing progress and success of every student. I'd recommend digital crafts to any prospective student as long as they are ready for a challenge and are willing to put the work and time in necessary to be successful in such a immersive program.

    Answered by Aaron on June 11th, 2017

  • Andreea's review

    I recently graduated from Digital Crafts and it has been one of the best educational experiences I have ever had. I definitely wouldn't have been able to gain the confidence and knowledge to become a web developer in such a short amount of time without Digital Crafts. The instructors are highly qualified, and took the time to work with students if they were falling behind or ahead of the class. The curriculum is designed to teach you the most marketable technology skill set. The course is very fast paced, and I did have to put in lots of time outside of the classroom to learn and finish projects. When I first started researching bootcamps I wasn't sure if this was the best route to go, and I was very nervous about landing a job after completing a coding bootcamp. I ended up receiving an offer right before graduation and another one the week after graduation. We were provided with very good documentation to help you succeed in finding a job. They even have a person on staff who will provide you with thorough feedback on your resume, portfolio, github, and LinkedIn profile.

    Answered by Andreea on June 8th, 2017

  • Steven Rodriguez's review

    The first time I had ever attempted to code was for the entrance quiz to DigitalCrafts. In the 8 months since then, I have developed the skills, confidence and eagerness to pursue a career in web development. This could not have been done without the amazing support of the instructors and campus counselors at DigitalCrafts. One person in particular, my course instructor Toby, was extremely patient with me during the many moments that I doubted myself throughout the 16-week process. He is committed to helping his students at any stage in their learning process, both in and out of the classroom. From what I understand, DigitalCrafts hires instructors who are not only extremely knowledgeable of the topics covered in the curriculum, but also very patient and driven to help students learn in what might be the most challenging endeavor of their lives. In addition, my campus counselors played an integral part in keeping me sane and assured during this process. They were very helpful to each student in the area of job assistance. I never had to wait long to hear feedback on items such as my resume, portfolio, and job-hunting inquiries. They reached out to potential employers and developed relationships with companies that have gone on to hire many graduates from DigitalCrafts. The professionalism of Max, Jake, Natalie, and Katy, just to name a few, is second to none. I would highly recommend other beginners take the plunge and enroll in DigitalCrafts. I promise you won't find a better support network than the great people at this bootcamp.

    Answered by Steven Rodriguez on June 6th, 2017

  • Todd Briley's review

    I loved DigitalCrafts and wouldn't think twice about recommending it to anyone interested in becoming a software developer. You will work hard but you will learn a ton. The instructor (Toby) was terrific and so was the support staff from DigitalCrafts. The length of the course was great. I looked at shorter length classes but felt anything shorter wouldn't cover the material appropriately. I am very happy with my choice and am employed as a software developer now.

    Answered by Todd Briley on June 2nd, 2017

  • James Marion's review

    I can't speak highly enough of this class. The staff is amazing, teachers are very knowledgable, and the founders are there every day. This is a bootcamp where everyone here wants you to succeed, not just get the next paycheck. I expected it to be a big gamble leaving my job to try a bootcamp, but it turns out it was just a straight investment. It will take over your life for 4 months and it is very tough, but if you can deal with that lifestyle, you will come out a developer.

    Answered by James Marion on May 30th, 2017

  • Cody Taylor's review

    Going to DigitalCrafts was the best decision I've made in regards to career choices.  I came from an I.T. background and quit my job as a Desktop Admin at a major Houston based hospital to attend, and I was terrified.  I spent hours reading reviews, talking with different bootcamps in Houston and Austin, and talked with my wife about where to go and what to do. I spoke with graduates from the program before making my decision, and every single one of them had a job in the field, and every single one of them said it was the best decision they made.  Damian, the instructor in Houston, is an amazing teacher.  Every day class was lively, packed full of learning, and tons of laughs.  Damian graduated from a top 5 computer science program, and has been working in the field for over a decade.  The amount of knowledge that he has, and his ability to pass it along to the students is remarkable. I can’t speak highly enough of him! I decided on DigitalCrafts because they teach full-stack development, they're placement rate was outstanding, and the reviews were very good.  It was very reassuring how forthcoming Jason, Max, and Jake were in my initial conversations with them.  They are all very honest about how difficult the program is going to be, but how much it can pay off, and it paid off for me!  I got a job offer as a Software Developer at a fast-growing Houston company only 9 weeks into the course.  The salary that was offered to me was a 50% increase to what I was making before DigitalCrafts, and the earning potential as a software developer is exponentially higher. No matter how you chalk it up, it was a good investment. If you're considering going to a coding bootcamp, I can't recommend enough DigitalCrafts.  Setup a meeting with Jason, and learn about the program. Talk to graduates of the program, read reviews, do your homework.  For me, the more I dug, the more confident I became that DigitalCrafts was by far the best coding bootcamp in Houston. -Cody

    Answered by Cody Taylor on February 2nd, 2017

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