Our 12-week course allows students to learn and apply the coding skills to start a career in code. Attend our classes on-campus in Phoenix, Arizona and learn with in-person guidance from our team of experienced instructors.
Plug yourself into a culture of creating, building, and achieving success with like minded people. Our expert faculty love sharing their craft, and empowering the next wave of programmers and entrepreneurs.
Established developers, alumni, and industry experts all get involved in your education. That makes for a perfect combination of mentors who know where you are starting, where you are at, and where you are going.
Our immersive classes are equipped with on-campus career guidance counselors. These counselors will work face-to-face with you to get you ready for a successful career in code.
Build your resume and portfolio with help from our experienced career coaching team. Work face-to-face to develop a job search plan that works best for you.
Our counselors will work with you to find the perfect job for you. You’ll go through mock interviews and learn how to ace your first interview as a developer.
You’ll get lifetime access to our exclusive “Meet n’ Hire” events where you’ll be able to network with employers who are looking for awesome developers like you.
Our Bootcamp will teach you more than coding — you’ll learn how to solve problems and be a self-sufficient developer. When you’re fully immersed in our curriculum you’ll master the fundamental building blocks of web and software development, making you a highly valuable, desirable asset throughout your career.
The course is rigorous but we break up our schedule with lectures, presentations, labs, and project building. A typical day at DevMountain campus could look like the example day schedule below.
Class Warm Up
Previous day reviews and code exercises that strengthen concepts and skills
Learn key objectives through guided practice, discussions, presentations, guest lectures and activities
Nom nom time
Continue to work through lunch, grab a bite at a local spot, or make your own at our on-campus kitchens
Labs & Workstation
Guided practice with on-hand mentors to work on weekly, personal, and group projects. Work on labs solo or in groups. Receive over-the-shoulder help whenever it is needed.
Regular check-ins from our student success crew, employer relations team, and instructors / mentors
End of formal class
Many mentors live in DevMountain housing and stay on campus around the clock. Campus is open to mentors, employees, instructors, and of course students all day everyday!
We'll cover how to use HTML and CSS to build a modern, professional website. You'll learn mobile and responsive techniques that are crucial for building websites/apps in the modern "multi-device" age.
Git, the de facto standard for source version control and team collaboration, has its own jargon, best practices, and workflows, enough to keep you busy for a while. Yet these tactics will be crucial in your contribution in the workplace and in securing, protecting and archiving your code.
While jQuery isn't sufficient to build a fully-featured web application, it's the underpinning for a lot of great frameworks and libraries. You need to understand jQuery at a solid level in order to do bigger and better stuff.
AngularJS is the hottest new framework for building complex web applications. Angular utilizes a declarative syntax and a powerful dependency injection system for keeping your code scalable, maintainable, and modular.
Learning how you will store, access, and remove your app's data is essential to being a full-stack developer. We'll teach you a powerful SQL database along with a popular Node.JS ORM so you can connect all the dots and make your app come to life.
During this 12 week course you will build personal, group, and cohort projects using a variety of modern web technologies. Check out some of our past student projects below.
DevMountain's expert instructors are passionate about sharing their craft and empowering the next wave of programmers, entrepreneurs and designers.
Did someone say free housing? Yes. All full-time students can take advantage of DevMountain free housing, available on a first come first serve basis. Housing is provided during your time in our program. No other code bootcamp offers anything like it.Learn More About Our Free Housing
Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to come and learn, assisting through finances is just one of those ways. We know that your education is important, and we believe that a lack of funds shouldn't be a reason to not participate.
Our financing partners offer favorable loan options to accepted DevMountain students. Once you apply, we will put you in contact with our financing partners. Contact us with any questions so we can figure out the best option for you.
Head to www.devmountain.com/apply and select the course and start date of your choice. You will be prompted to:
Our application process has 3 simples parts:
We typically keep our classes between 20-30 people. DevMountain has come to find that anything over 30 people takes away from learning, and anything less than 20 takes away from peer-to-peer learning and groups. We have found that 20-30 is the sweet spot.
DevMountain simply can not guarantee jobs upon completion of the course. Why? Because it is up to you what you do with the education you are given. DevMountain works hard to help you. We do a number of things to help graduates of our immersive programs find jobs afterwards:
DevMountain does offer scholarships from time to time. Contact our admissions team for up to date scholarship information.
DevMountain does not accept government granted financial aid including scholarships, grants, GI benefits, etc. DevMountain is not a Title IV school.
Financing options are available through 3rd party lenders whose information can be found at devmountain.com/financing.
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