Hear from our programming graduates

Our students leave Coder Foundry with everything they need to start their career. In addition to preparing all of our graduates for a job in full stack .NET development, we spend time with each student each week to develop interview skills that will set them apart from other candidates, holding mock interviews each week to sharpen their soft skills as well as preparing them for tough questions on development many interviewers will ask.

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You learn by doing. You have these problems that you encounter in your code and for the most part you are encouraged to try to figure them out on your own. But that’s the model - just putting your nose to the grindstone and doing it. That’s how you learn, and it works.
 
You guys do the whole nine yards here. You teach me, you get me a job, hands on projects, all the good stuff that you need to become a programmer.

At the end of the day, if you stick with the program, you start to realize that you go from not seeing a path, to being able to do it, to I actually can do this, I got it!


Every day became really fun! I never thought I would be excited to come to school everyday.





Since I have come to Coder Foundry I have learned so much stuff! My programming skills were pretty minimal. I had only done a few tutorials through Codecademy, so I really didn’t know much about C# at all.
Coming in to the program I wasn’t sure where I stood. But you know I feel very confident now that I’m able to approach a problem and I can find a solution.

Being able to get through this rigorous program was a really exhilarating feeling.
There is such a variety of backgrounds and personalities. It’s really been a eclectic mix of people.


I came here with the intent to just dive into it.







I believe Coder Foundry is a good fit for someone that is excited about programming. They believe they have the skills but just haven’t had the opportunity.


Coding has been a passion of mine, just a matter of putting the things into place to get where I needed to be.




Bootcamps are serious things! The main thing I like is that I come here, I stay here, I’m dedicating all, each and every minute that I’m here into coding. I know the seriousness.

With Coder Foundry, you get more personal attention than I ever got at a university. At graduation, Coder Foundry recruiters placed me into my current job.
I knew that VB.net was not that relevant anymore, so I knew I needed to do something like C#.



I eventually just bit the bullet and I’m just going to commit to it, and just do it, and did my research and found that Coder Foundry was definitely the best option for me.


You put in the work and the programs placement will deliver.






I love the idea that Coder Foundry gives you both sides of the coin. You got some front end, but they give you a lot of the back end, and that’s a really tough field to break into without someone to really help you along.
I learned a lot compared to going to college and getting a degree. I learned more in a month compared to four years at the university I went to.


Working on projects instead of just reading textbooks or working on homework has given me an even larger set of skills that I can take with me to the workplace immediately.
Coder Foundry offered mentorship which is what I valued the most out of my experience here.
I would recommend Coder Foundry to someone who is having a hard time finding the job they want that also has a little bit of experience. So if you know your stuff but just need a push in the right direction, then Coder Foundry is perfect for you.
The hard work and the sacrifice was all worth it.
After completing the course, I am proud to say that I feel that I have mastered back-end development. My skill set has grown exponentially.
I know I could have searched the internet... but still, it’s not the same. You’re going to take a long time, maybe a year, before until you get very good at it. Here, they guide you.
This is going to make a huge difference in determining where I go next. It is so neat to be able to have more than just a business card to show potential employers.