The "Top Coding Bootcamp in Los Angeles" as ranked by CIO Magazine, specifically designed for exceptionally motivated individuals looking to break into the tech industry.
Sabio cultivates and nurtures exceptional tech talent by providing a real world experience by having their cohorts build MVP's for startups during their 3 month immersive training program. They boast a 95% job placement while most of their graduating Fellows receive job offers within 6 weeks of graduation.
Their training is focused around small classrooms, low student-to-teacher ratios and agile software development methodologies.
According to LinkedIn, their staff averages over 13 years of professional development experience. A figure that surpasses every other training program in their area.
Unlike any other training program in the nation, they offer a 5 year professional training program comprised of technical training sessions, speaker workshops, hackathons and individual mentorship sessions provided online and in-person.
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|Program: Full Stack||Cities: Los Angeles, Newport Beach||Duration: 12 weeks||Cost: $14,500|
Sabio’s full stack immersive program prepares you to launch a career in software development or your own startup. Our students have gone on to work in variety of industries and company sizes large and small. They have also been hired as software engineers in a variety of stacks not just the stack of study. You will find the Fellows are hackathons throughout the nation where they compete with seasoned professionals and often win.
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I am sure the instructors know how to write code an and develop websites, but teaching students to do the same is not their strong suit. The entire class felt like an online session. Something you didn't need to sit 4 hours in a classroom to learn. In fact, 60% of class time was spent researching the answers for oneself because the instructions and directions were not clearly written or stated. Receiving any viable information from the instructors about the course material was comparable to grasping at straws. The instructors seemed to play the course by ear, rather surprising students with tests instead of scheduling them as a professional course in college would. If they spent as much time teaching their students how to code as they do making rap videos the course would actually be worth the money. I would not recommend this course in the future to anyone else unless under new leadership.
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