Jonathan, a June 2015 graduate, tells us about his experience at Coder Foundry and his hopes for his career.
Though the majority of our students pass through our doors in order to brush up their skill set and get back out into the work force, there are always one or two in every cohort that have big plans and ideas that they want to attack head-on. One of these exceptions-to-the-rule is recent Coder Foundry alum (and all-around nice guy!), Hugh Jones (@LibreWorx).
Last week we introduced you to Anne Martinez, a current student in our Master Class that also happens to be an amazing writer. Through her website, she has been sharing her experience at Coder Foundry and detailing some of the trials, tribulations and successes that she has had as she works her way through the program.
Once again the folks over at CourseReport.com have put the spotlight on one of our own! This time around, they chatted with current Master Class student, Antonio Raynor, discussing his background, the bootcamp movement, and his experience at Coder Foundry.
Everyone, we would like to introduce you to Anne Martinez. Aside from being a prolific writer, published author and successful businesswoman, Anne also happens to be a current student in our Day-Time Master Class!
Today we have the honor of sharing a snippet of one of her most recent weekly blogs, in which she details some of the things that she worked through and learned in Week 8 of Coder Foundry's 12 Week Coding Bootcamp.
We love our alumni! It seems no matter where they go or what they get into, it is always something different and exciting! Recently, our friends over at Course Report sat down with one of our successful alums, Charles Miller, to get his take on our program and to see what he's been up to since graduation.
We're on the heels of yet another Coder Foundry Master Class graduation, and it comes as no surprise to us that we've already got a coding boot camp success story to share!
Chris Mohan hails from the Nation’s Capitol and has a career history that includes years of .Net development at the corporate level. With a background like that, we decided to sit down with him at our headquarters in Kernersville, NC to discuss the past, his Coder Foundry experience, and what interesting challenges his experience helped lead him toward for the future.
Course Report recently conducted a survey of 432 coding boot camp graduates from a range of 48 schools.
The study found that the average programming student earned 44 percent more in their first job post-graduation than they did prior to entering the course. This equated to a $25,000 average increase in salary.
If you've been considering making that transition to become a professional coder, now is officially the time to do something about it. The job market for computer programmers has never been better, and the field presents a rich array of opportunities for any professional, young or old, newcomer or veteran. Here are some of the most alluring reasons for learning how to code.
Are you a young, talented amateur programmer who has always been curious about taking your skills to the next level? Are you unsatisfied in your current profession and looking to make a change? Apply for the Coder Foundry's Master Class to start your new career in the world's most promising industry.
At the Coder Foundry, we work tirelessly to find our students the jobs that are right for them. Over the last few years we've experienced an unprecedented growth in the programming industry, and employers are now actively searching for qualified coders to enter the field. Our mission is to develop you into the employee of their dreams.