Tech Talent South Reviews

4.2 / 5

5 reviews

Asheville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Jacksonville, New Orleans, Phoenix, Raleigh, San Antonio, Winston-Salem

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Tech Talent South (TTS) is a Charlotte-based coding bootcamp dedicated to fostering talent in technology throughout the southeast United States and aid the region in evolving its high-tech hubs. To make this dream a reality, TTS has launched campuses in high-growth technology cities including Charlotte, Atlanta, Raleigh, Asheville, New Orleans, Dallas, Jacksonville, Phoenix, San Antonio, Winston-Salem, and Columbus. These campuses are in the heart of each of their respective tech communities and provide students with amazing opportunities to make connections in the local tech scenes.

TTS truly values community and fostering a strong ecosystem through dynamic and collaborative educational and networking events that bring local startup/tech companies and local professionals together. TTS students are able to immerse themselves in the community, fostering lasting personal and career related relationships with the best people in the community.

Our coding courses feature the most practical and widely used languages, as well as Ruby on Rails (ROR) an insanely popular Internet application framework. ROR has been utilized in creating tools for some of our favorite applications like Hulu and Twitter. Students also learn HTML/CSS and interactivity-enhancing JavaScript to create websites with superior web experience. The Full Time Code Immersion Class meets four mornings a week and includes office hours with instructors and the full access to shared working spaces. The Part Time class meets two nights a week and is perfect for those currently working Full Time.

Tech Talent South gives students partial, need-based scholarships. Apply to one of the scholarships through the links below:

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Tech Talent South programs

Programs Cities Duration Cost
Program: Code Immersion Cities: Asheville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Jacksonville, New Orleans, Phoenix, Raleigh, San Antonio, Winston-Salem Duration: 8 weeks Cost: $6,750

Tech Talent South offers their eight-week code immersion bootcamps in nine popular Southern destinations, such as New Orleans, Asheville, Charlotte, and Raleigh. No previous coding experience is necessary to succeed at Tech Talent South. Students will have opportunities to do a lot more than just code, including company tours and networking events.

Program: JavaScript Application Development Cities: Atlanta, Charlotte Duration: 10 weeks Cost: $4,250

Tech Talent South currently offers their part-time ten-week JavaScript Application Development class in Atlanta and Charlotte. Class meets twice a week in the evenings, and no previous coding experience is necessary to succeed in this class. Students will have opportunities to do a lot more than just code, including company tours and networking events.

Tech Talent South reviews

4.2 / 5

5 reviews

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  • Anonymous's review

    This is the worst company, do not waste your money. I had to drop the course due to a medical issue and they were so unaccommodating. I'm out thousands of dollars because they have 0 empathy. It's truly just a business, do not waste your time or money.

    Answered by Anonymous on March 4th, 2020

  • Bobby Bell's review

    I attended the full-time code immersion course. Before I even attended the first class, the staff was there to help answer any questions or concerns I had. It’s been a long time since I’ve stepped foot into the classroom setting, so I was a little bit nervous about starting over. But the instructor and teacher’s assistant set up a great environment so you felt like you can slow the pace down at any moment. The course was very frustrating at times, but very rewarding once I figured out things through the trial and error process. If I still had problems, they had office hours to help go further in-depth of what I needed. A couple of times a week they would have speakers and/or tours set up to help start our networking process. I definitely would recommend anyone who is thinking about going into this field to look into joining the TTS community.

    Answered by Bobby Bell on October 4th, 2016

  • Jessica's review

    I attended the full time code immersion program at Tech Talent South. My instructor was exceptional and spoke in plain language for my non developer mind! Each class was intentional and organized with an extremely high level of professionalism. Beyond the course itself, I loved the community atmosphere that is created and upheld by the staff and alumni. I had so many opportunities to meet with potential employers as well as network with other new developers. To me, this type of community allows me to stay connected and make the most of my course! FIVE STARS!!

    Answered by Jessica on September 26th, 2016

  • Luke Flint's review

    I wanted to take the time to relay my experience(s) with Tech Talent South. I found out about the Charlotte chapter of TTS through a friend and strongly disliked the current career path I was on so I decided to take the plunge. I ended up enrolling in the full-time code immersion class and I absolutely loved it. The class is set up in order for you to get your feet wet and to learn the basics in both front-end and back-end web development. Although I definitely got a lot out of the class, it was not easy. You have to have the mindset that you are going to dedicate yourself to learning all you can during the eight week program. As in life, the more you put into it, the more you will gain from it and you can really gain a lot. When you finish, you will have a solid foundation of knowledge of Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS, and so much more. Tech Talent South also offers a variety of other classes including the Big Data class. As our society continually evolves and our reliance on technology continues to increase, the need to analyze the data will be extremely important and the Big Data class introduces you to the fundamentals and ideas that will help start you on the path to learning more about data. If you are looking to solidify a role in the tech community, then starting with Tech Talent South is the way to go. The instructors and the staff are great (especially in the Charlotte area) and I don't feel like you will regret the opportunity that you will create by joining the TTS community.

    Answered by Luke Flint on September 25th, 2016

  • Kyle Bustard's review

    I went from next-to-nothing computer knowledge, to building web applications! The instructors or terrific, and the network is priceless. TTS will follow up and stay connected with you post-class. You don't have to know anything about the tech-industry, but if you sign up and take the course TTS will partner with you because they want to see you succeed. It just takes effort on your part to do the work. One of the most valuable things about TTS is the network: they will get you started building your network. As an entry-level developer, it's easy for your resume to get lost in the pile. But if you get your face out their and network, job offers will come easily.

    Answered by Kyle Bustard on September 20th, 2016

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Posted by BkpRopYZ on May 8th, 2020


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How did the members of your cohort who had no prior experience in coding do?

Posted by Suzanne Carter on June 14th, 2019


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Write a program that asks for a sentence. Then ask for their favorite word in that sentence. Then tell them what index that word starts at. See the Ruby Docs page for String for a handy method to use.

Posted by Kush on August 28th, 2018


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What was your overall experience with the JS course? Did you find it more beneficial to learn from the TTS curriculum than the numerous online (many very low cost/free) tutorials available online? Would you say you left the course with a intermediate/advanced knowledge of the javascript? Do you think the curriculum is up-to-date with current JS best practices?

Posted by Cynthia Chang on July 19th, 2017


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What kind of continuing education opportunities are available to graduates and are graduates allowed to continue coming to campus to learn more or network?

Posted by Sherell on November 1st, 2016


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