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Akron, Louisville, Minneapolis

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The Software Craftsmanship Guide does double duty when it comes to teaching code. They currently offer two tracks of learning, .Net/C# and Java. They consider these to be the two most employable language skills in the current market. Although they do have two different tracks, they do point out that there are language fundamental and User Interface skills that overlap both tracks.

They do believe in immersive learning. Though the only required hours are 9 am to 4 pm when mentors are at the school, the building itself is open 24 hours a day to provide even the most enthusiastic students the opportunity to keep coding the night away. It's also not a stretch for you to be working on your coding skills during the weekend. You are even welcomed with open arms after you graduate.

You can apply online for this bootcamp, and they should reach out to you within a business day. They will schedule an hour long interview which will involve a Q&A; session with a mentor and then a programming assessment test. Relax, it isn't a test on what you know about the programming languages. However, you will need to demonstrate some fundamental programming skills like logic, reasoning, pattern matching and basic algebra (think math section of the SATs).

They really do welcome you with open arms. If you aren't from the area (or if you just want a truly immersive experience) they have limited sponsored housing. While they don't promise a view, they do mention that furniture will be included.

While their employee network is largely regional, they do understand that people attend their bootcamp from out of town and work with some recruiters to find you gigs out of state.

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Software Craftsmanship Guild programs

Programs Cities Duration Cost
Program: .Net/C# Bootcamp Cities: Akron, Louisville, Minneapolis Duration: 12 weeks Cost: $10,000

Both the .Net and Java bootcamps are based on the premise of the Software Craftsmanship Guild FIRM learning Model. F represents foundation meaning you don't need to have any experience. Moreover, they will provide you with a solid foundation to build your skills round. Think getting back to the basics and understanding the principles behind coding and software design. I represents immersion. AKA, expect to code. Alot. You will learn to code via a number of different methods from individual learning to team exercises. R represents reinforcement. See above just over and over again. Sorry, didn't mean to be dreary, but repetition is often the way to become truly successful. (Think about the 10,000 hour rule). Don't worry, they do spice things up with coding quizzes and team projects. M represents Mastery. They want to provide support for you after you finish the bootcamp and continue to grow as a software developer including networking.

Program: Java Bootcamp Cities: Akron, Louisville, Minneapolis Duration: 12 weeks Cost: $10,000

Both the .Net and Java bootcamps are based on the premise of the Software Craftsmanship Guild FIRM learning Model. F represents foundation meaning you don't need to have any experience. Moreover, they will provide you with a solid foundation to build your skills round. Think getting back to the basics and understanding the principles behind coding and software design. I represents immersion. AKA, expect to code. Alot. You will learn to code via a number of different methods from individual learning to team exercises. R represents reinforcement. See above just over and over again. Sorry, didn't mean to be dreary, but repetition is often the way to become truly successful. (Think about the 10,000 hour rule). Don't worry, they do spice things up with coding quizzes and team projects.M represents Mastery. They want to provide support for you after you finish the bootcamp and continue to grow as a software developer including networking.

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