SwitchUp's fourth annual rankings cover the 50 best coding bootcamps worldwide. We amassed thousands of alumni reviews and data points this past year to bring you our most comprehensive list to date. This list highlights price range, location, job outcomes, and several other criteria to help you find the perfect school.
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1. Le Wagon$$$$
Le Wagon is an intensive, full-time international bootcamp geared toward entrepreneurs who want to gain coding skills. Participants complete 450 hours of coding in 9 weeks, which includes building their own web app. After completing the program, students join an international alumni network of 3,150+ for career support and community.In Le Wagon I’ve found myself in an exciting community full of people that share with me a passion for creating, learning and coding. This sense of community and friendship was really important during the bootcamp to keep me motivated and excited ...
Ironhack offers full-time and part-time courses in 9- or 24-week formats, respectively. Career services include portfolio and resume building, job interview preparation, networking, and hiring fairs. Ironhack has scholarships available for women and military vets who are interested in a tech career.About Me I worked in a tech company where I started to do basic coding (VBA). It peaked my interest, so I began learning on my own by taking courses online. I realized I loved it and needed to quit my job to learn and deep dive in it. I chose ...
3. App Academy$$$$
App Academy teaches participants everything they need to know about software engineering in just 12 weeks. Their full-time bootcamps have helped over 2,000 graduates find jobs at more than 850 companies. Their deferred tuition plan means participants pay for the program only after they’ve landed their first web development job.As other reviews state, App Academy is a rigorous bootcamp requiring 80+ hours every week. I would say I spent around 80-90 hours a week and sometimes more; it really depends on each person if you can grasp the material quickly or if you need ...
General Assembly offers a range of full-time, part-time, and self-paced courses. They have a number of financial assistance options available including loans and scholarships. For many of the programs, students are given a career coach and the opportunity to attend various networking events.Making a career change is always scary but GA does a great job at preparing and supporting you with your transition and new career. I would not choose any other program in hind sight. It's the right amount of rigorous learning, fun experiences ...
Bloc was the first tech school to offer self-paced online bootcamps in web development and design. Students stay accountable through one-to-one mentorship as they work full- or part-time, finishing the course in an average of 4–8 months. Land a job within six months or get your money back.I had another career and really didn't enjoy what I was doing but didn't want to go back to school for another 4-8 years to switch careers. I looked into software design programs and realized this is something I really wanted to do but when I ...
Thinkful offers flexible online coding bootcamps with one-to-one-mentorship. Graduate in 5-6 months from their full-time engineering immersion bootcamp or their part-time full stack and data science programs. Whether you pay up front or choose deferred tuition, Thinkful offers a job guarantee.SInce I am new to the industry it has been a little difficult to get the ball rolling sort of speak. I have found that an online program has been my best option. Thinkful's Data Science Bootcamp is a heavy and intensive program to get done in a ...
Flatiron School’s immersive, full-time bootcamps in software engineering and data science are designed for individuals looking to change careers. Their 15-week program includes comprehensive career services and a money-back guarantee if graduates don’t receive a job offer within six months.Flatiron School was a once in a lifetime experience that changed my life. I challenged myself everyday and met a ton of ambitious and intelligent individuals (instructors, mentors and classmates) who I now call friends and most importantly, I ...
HackerYou offers a full-time, 9-week bootcamp in web development as well as many part-time programs. Get immersed in the fun, collaborative learning environment, enjoying a 10:1 student-instructor ratio and 24/7 access to their 12,000 square foot space in downtown Toronto.Having recently finished the HackerYou Web Development Immersive bootcamp, I can genuinely say that it was one of the best decisions of my life to enrol in the program. For a number of years I had thought that web development could be a great ...
9. Coding Dojo$$$$
Coding Dojo has multiple in-person campuses located across the continental United States, as well as an online program that offers real-time instructor support. The full, 3-stack curriculum requires 14 weeks of on-site instruction, while the part-time, online program teaches students 2 stacks in a flexible, 20-week bootcamp.Hello, I am a Computer Engineer student who wanted to supplement my abilities with Software Engineering. Coding Dojo provided amazing curriculum and instruction. A lot of people will definitely struggle but, it is worth it. Those struggles will ...
10. The Tech Academy$$$$
The Tech Academy’s Software Developer bootcamp prepares students to become junior developers and assists with job-seeking. Participants can study entirely online, attend classes in person, or do a mix of both. The program is self-paced and offers open-enrollment, so students can start whenever and work full- or part-time.I graduated from the Tech Academy as of January 1st. I attended the Tech Academy for 3.5 months, I was in the Full Stack program which I believe is now called C# and .NET course. In that time a learned everything I needed to know to land myself a ...
11. Hack Reactor$$$$
Hack Reactor teaches budding software engineers the computer science, app development and engineering skills they will need in its part- and full-time immersive programs. It also offers a live, online remote bootcamp for remote students around the world.HR does a good job in preparing you for your first job in the software industry. It's not an easy program, and you're not taught EVERYTHING you need to know (which is not possible in 3 months), but you're adequately prepared to have a good idea ...
Actualize’s part-time, 12-week coding bootcamp takes a pedagogical approach, meaning their instructors are both expert educators and developers. Choose between daytime or evening classes in Chicago or via live video. Actualize’s “Job Hacking” curriculum is woven into the bootcamp to help graduates find a job after they finish.Actualize gives you the support to learn to code and then gets you ready to apply to jobs with confidence. That is exactly what I was looking for a change of career after being laid off as a screen printer. Not only did I learn frontend and ...
13. Lambda School$$$$
Learn coding from a Silicon Valley tech academy through remote classes from the Lambda School. Choose between a 30-week full-time bootcamp or a 12-month part-time course. The school’s deferred tuition model allows students to attend for free, paying nothing back until they’re making at least $50,000 a year.*Full disclosure: Lambda asked me to write this review about 2 weeks after I had accepted a job, in exchange for some Lambda swag. I'm skeptical of any company that promises to replace traditional education, because it's often framed with ...
Epicodus is a full-time, in-person coding bootcamp that provides job search assistance and includes an internship with a tech company. Students enroll for free for the first five weeks and are invited to finish the program if they have sufficient grades and comply with all the guidelines.I graduated from Epicodus in September 2018 and got hired by my internship host company right away. Actually, one of the main reasons why I chose Epicodus was an internship, included in the course. But overall experience turned out great. The ...
Codesmith prepares students, also known as residents, for positions as mid to senior-level engineers. During their full-time, 12-week residency, students build projects, participate in monthly meetups and receive one-on-one resume guidance. Once accepted into the program, residents may qualify for scholarships to fund their tuition.Completing Codesmith's 12-week program was one of the hardest--and most rewarding--things I've ever done. I had completed an immersive program somewhere else before going to Codesmith, and the difference was like night and day. Codesmith's ...
17. Makers Academy$$$$
Makers Academy launches coding careers in 12 short weeks via its immersive software developer programs. It utilizes a holistic approach to teaching that includes community, health, and self-direction. Each student is guaranteed a job offer upon graduation. Makers Academy also offers paid, year-long apprenticeships.Having spent my time with a friend deciding what schools would be good for us to learn code, I really gravitated towards Makers and since I made the decision to join the course have not been disappointed. Am really happy with the community feel ...
Startup Institute offers a 12-week, immersive program for coding students. Two months of dedicated career support are included, and students are also connected to a comprehensive network of startups and tech companies who hire recent graduates.Startup Institute was recommended to me by one of my mentors. I had recently relocated to the Boston area after graduating college and knew that I wanted to join the local startup ecosystem, but had no idea how to go about it. What was certain is ...
Brainstation offers a range of full-time and flexible courses. Established in 2012, BrainStation has worked with over 250 instructors from innovative companies, developing cutting-edge, real-world digital education that has empowered more than 50,000 professionals. They have partnered with popular brands like Google, Amazon,... Read MoreI took the 2-Day Design Thinking Training at the new BrainStation campus in NYC, and had a wonderful experience! The course was truly collaborative, hands-on, and comprehensive – and the intimate class size and both knowledgeable and approachable ...
21. Tech Elevator$$$$
Tech Elevator’s full-time immersive bootcamp teaches computer programming and web application security in just 14 weeks. Their intensive career prep includes one-on-one career coaching, networking events, and “matchmaking” with potential employers through their network of 150+ hiring partners.Tech Elevator changed my life and I would recommend it to anyone who's considering it! Coming from Residential HVAC, I knew very little about computers and almost nothing about programming. After being accepted into the program, it was clear that ...
The Software Guild offers a four to six-week introductory course in web development that provides students with the foundations they need to enroll in full-time apprentice bootcamps. After completing the foundational course, students can enroll in the Guild's 12-week Java or .NET/C# tracks.This program won’t teach you everything there is (that’s impossible in 3 months) but gives you a solid foundation that employers find valueable. Instructors were knowledgeable in their field and always helpful. Employer Network Manager was very ...
24. Code Fellows$$$$
Code Fellows offers beginner, intermediate and advanced courses in software development, and students can enroll in daytime or evening classes. The school helps students to secure several types of financial assistance, and matches graduating student with positions at leading tech companies and startups.The Fellow Program in DataScience was a great opportunity to change careers for me In terms of knowledge, teachers are very technical, lessons and workshops very organized and job oriented Tech companies visit the campus on a regular basis, ...
Ubiqum Code Academy offers 5-month, full-time bootcamps, and one part-time data analyst course. Payment plans include 10% off if tuition is paid upfront, monthly installments, and a plan that allows you to pay half of the tuition up front and the other half once you’ve been hired.Studying in Ubiqum has been the best decision I've ever made. Without having previous knowledge, in two months that I've been studying I've learned much more than I imagined. The "learn by doing" method is very effective, allows you to learn very ...
No prior programming experience is necessary for students training at Wyncode. Its 10-week, on-site immersive programs teach budding coders key industry skills. Wyncode helps graduates maneuver through today's job market and works with a comprehensive hiring network to connect them with jobs.So you're sitting around trying to decide if you should do the Wyncode UX/UI Immersive program. The answer is that you absolutely should. You're probably thinking: Q: Can I really learn enough in 8 weeks to get me started in the industry? A: Yes, ...
28. Lighthouse Labs$$$$
Lighthouse Labs offers full and part-time courses for aspiring software developers at campuses across Canada. Full-time students can choose between bootcamps on web or iOS development. Students can also take intro courses in web development, iOS development and front-end development on a part-time basis.General Experience: Coming into bootcamp, I was 100% ready to work hard. There has not been a single day where I have been bored, everyday we learned something new and we put it into practice. By week 3 I felt confident that I could easily build ...
Start your career in web development or data science with the help of a full-time immersive bootcamp at one of Galvanize’s eight U.S. campuses. Graduates join an alumni network of 2000+ that have gone on to work at 1000+ companies. Galvanize also offers select part-time and online courses.I recently (end of 2018) graduated from the web development immersion program (I think they are changing the name toward - software engineering program) at the Galvanize Platte location. It was a 6-month intensive program which is changing! It ...
31. Dev Mountain$$$$
Dev Mountain students specialize in web development, UX design, salesforce development, or software QA. The program offers full-time immersive courses during the day, and a part-time night program. Located in Salt Lake City, Provo, Phoenix and Dallas, Dev Mountain offers housing to full-time students at each location.It is true that course itself is very fast paced. Devmountain has their course set up in such a way that they help you with the basics and then help you help yourself which is honestly the best way to do it. You will have lessons every morning ...
Skillcrush offers 3-month, online master classes known as "blueprints" that prepare students for a variety of roles in the tech industry. Students can take classes individually or choose one of the Skillcrush training packages. The "all-inclusive" package allows access to all the blueprints for nine months.This is one of the most enlightening experiences that I've had in quite a while. I never dreamed that I would be learning a new skill at this stage of my life path and was initially skeptical about trying the program. Within the first 30 days I ...
CareerFoundry's courses in design and web development are 100% online and self-paced. They are six to ten months in length. Each student receives tutoring from a dedicated mentor, and students are guaranteed job placement within 6 months of graduating, or they will have their tuition refunded.I had a really positive experience with my Career Foundry UI bootcamp. Navigating a new career is a really scary undertaking but career foundry made it (almost) easy! The course tutors, mentors and career specialists are available and helpful to ...
34. RED Academy$$$$
RED Academy has full-time courses in 12- or 24-week formats and part-time courses that can be taken in 5- or 10-week formats. They also offer work-study courses in 48- and 96-week timeframes. These unique courses allow students to gain hands-on experience with successful companies while working on their studies.I came onto this course wishing to change careers form and IT infrastructure analyst to something which allowed me to be more creative but still be involved the the tech arena. I found all the lecturers, who came from professional backgrounds ...
devCodeCamp's immersive programs are designed to take software engineers from beginner to full stack developers in 12 weeks. Students learn full stack development using the C# language. The school offers resume development advice, and helps students prepare for technical interviews.Why devCodeCamp? Now if you're reading this I'm sure you have doubts in your mind about if a boot camp is really worth it and does it work. I'm here to tell you it that it's more than worth it. Coming into devCodeCamp I had no prior knowledge ...
36. Claim Academy$$$$
Claim Academy prepares students for careers in full-stack development through bootcamps based on Java or .NET programming languages. Students can enroll in the 12-week program or the 9-week accelerated program. The Academy offers tuition assistance, scholarships, and job placement assistance through its employer network.The tech you learn at claim is up to date, in demand by employers and widely used across the industry. The instructors at Claim will go to major lengths to insure that you are receiving the help that you need. The fact that they go to major ...
37. Code Institute$$$$
Students enrolled in Code Institute's full stack development bootcamps can take their coursework online or attend the classroom version in Dublin, Ireland. They also offer an online Diploma in Tech Fundamentals, which is designed for individuals interested in software engineering careers or positions as tech project managers.Studying with Code Institute for a software diploma helped me return to software development after a long career break. I studied in my spare time which required discipline and sacrifice. With excellent support from my mentor and fellow students ...
38. Coding Temple$$$$
Coding Temple specializes in .NET/C# and Python — two of the most sought-after bootcamp programs available. They offer a low student-to-teacher ratio, ensuring that you get valuable individualized attention. Students can get hired by top companies worldwide within 90 days of graduation.I picked a the wrong sector right out of college and wanted to make a change before I got to far in to a career and had a friend who went to Coding Temple. I talked with him a few times and decided that I'd make the jump to this. Experience ...
Turing students choose specializations in front or backend engineering, and then complete either program full-time over seven months. Turing offers scholarships and an in-house payment plan, and recruiters work to match graduates with employers.Making the choice to go through Turing's program was one of the best decisions I've ever made. It's hard. That's no joke. But it's also a very good program. I did a lot of research into options when I was making this decision, and there were a ...
41. Coder Foundry$$$$
Coder Foundry offers 12-week immersion courses in full-stack development. During the bootcamp, students build 3 or 4 projects for their portfolios. Coder Foundry also offers job placement assistance to help graduating students find their first developer jobs.It was great overall. I wish we had more teachers in the classroom daily to help answer questions.
Sabio offers 12-week programs that prepare students for careers as full-stack developers. The school also offers a part-time,10-week training program in digital content production. Students can finance their tuition with loans, veteran benefits, or scholarships.I attended Sabio's .NET program as a military veteran and it was amazing! There's so much to learn about web development and programming, but Sabio's full immersion program with real world projects definitely helped me develop the foundations ...
43. Launch Academy$$$$
Launch Academy's three-month, full-stack developer program begins with pre-work and concludes with a career networking day which allows students to display completed projects to potential employers. Launch Academy also offers scholarship assistance for underrepresented students attending its Boston campus.After graduating from college with a degree in Psychology and picking up a sales job, I knew that I had to make a change. I had always liked coding, so I looked into the Boston bootcamp scene and stumbled across Launch Academy. Launch has you ...
Horizons School of Technology offers a three-month engineering boot camp for college students and graduates. Learn to code web and mobile software – and eventually land a top internship or full-time job. Also enjoy exclusive access to their network of mentors from top tech firms worldwide.I did Horizons two summers ago after my Freshman year. I really had no idea what to expect when I started the program but I knew that I was considering computer science as a major and I wanted to solidify that decision before I realized I had ...
46. Dev League$$$$
47. V School$$$$
V School offers online and in-person 12-week programs. In-person students receive free housing and discounted public transit. V School reports a 100% job fulfillment rate, and all job-seeking students have found employment within 30 days of graduating.V School changed my life. As a military veteran and freelance web developer, I came into the program with some experience but I wasn't prepared for how much better I was at the end. Within a month of graduating I got hired with a Salary I ...
Neoland offers full- and part-time courses in UI/UX design, full-stack, data design, and user experience design. Their employment exchange program brings in managers from important companies to hire from their new graduates. Also, there are a number of scholarships available for qualified students.Hice el Bootcamp de UX/UI en Neoland, y salí encantado, sales con 5 proyectos para el portfolio y muy bien preparado. Las aulas están muy bien y la ubicación es muy buena en el centro, Plaza de España. Se agradece mucho la sesión de Hiring Time ...
49. SE Factory$$$$
SE Factory is Lebanon’s leading non-profit coding bootcamp, teaching young computer science graduates the skills they need to become highly employable professional software engineers. SE Factory's registration fee is subsidized, making it accessible for students from various socioeconomic backgrounds.SE Factory was the main reason i call myself software engineer today. It introduced me to the main concepts that every software engineer should know, what should i avoid and what should i focus on. What's right and what's wrong The best practices ...
Bitmaker Labs offers full and part-time courses that train individuals to launch careers in the tech industry. Students can choose between full- and part-time courses. All courses take place on Bitmaker's Toronto campus. Bitmaker Labs also helps to connect students with companies looking for trained tech professionals.Good Kickstart into UX Joey Hua Toronto • July 18, 2018 GRADUATED FROM UX & PRODUCT DESIGN Overall: 5 out of 5 Instructors: 4 stars Curriculum: 5 stars Job Assistance: 4 stars So if you're here, I'm guessing you're thinking about a career in UX ...
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Why Attend a Coding Bootcamp?
If you are looking to gain tech skills or begin a completely new career, a bootcamp education could be the perfect springboard to help achieve your goals. Coding bootcamps are intensive training programs that give students the practical knowledge they need to land a role in software engineering, web development, or mobile development. While most bootcamps are located within the United States, the model is growing in popularity around the world. Bootcamps are typically 3 to 6 months in length, and cost about $10,000 on average.
While bootcamps are certainly less of an investment than a traditional 4-year degree, many students wonder if they can offer a sufficient Return on Investment (ROI). According to SwitchUp's 2018 survey of over 1,500 bootcamp graduates, students saw an average 45.6% salary increase compared to previously held jobs, and 71% of bootcamp alumni acquired a full-time position.
We also found that coding bootcamp alumni enjoy an average $19,485 salary increase after graduating from a program, and 43.65% of respondents reported a substantial salary increase of $10,000 or more. Additionally, half of coding bootcamp graduates were employed within 60 days of finishing a bootcamp program, including over 10% of graduates who were offered a job before their program ended.
Other benefits of coding bootcamps include:
- Flexibility: Many bootcamps offer courses online, as well as self-paced, part-time, and evening classes to work around student schedules.
- Mentorship: Bootcamps frequently include tutoring and support through one-on-one mentorship. This is especially common with online bootcamps.
- Career Advancement: Many bootcamps offer career services such as networking opportunities, job interview prep, hiring sessions, and career coaching after graduation.
- Cost & Length: Bootcamps are typically shorter and less expensive than traditional degree programs.
- Hands-On Education: Compared to many higher education options, bootcamp courses offer more opportunities for hands-on learning. They also give students experience with industry-relevant tools and technology.
- Job Placement: Many of the best bootcamps guarantee job placement upon completion, or boast high job placement rates.
The 10 Best Coding Bootcamps of 2019
SwitchUp's list of the 50 Best Coding Bootcamps is based on thousands of alumni reviews covering curriculum, job support, price range, location, job outcomes, and overall quality. Out of 50 top schools, the following are the 10 highest-rated bootcamps of 2019:
- Le Wagon
- App Academy
- General Assembly
- Flatiron School
- Coding Dojo
- The Tech Academy
Bootcamps have helped thousands of students build coding careers, and our comprehensive guide can help you determine if this model may be the best educational option for you. Below, you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about coding bootcamps, an overview of factors to consider, and checklists to help you prepare for the application process. Read on to learn more, or check out SwitchUp's blog for more resources.
As the industry matures, more schools are using data from student reviews and reported job outcomes to deliver better value programs. Established schools have now graduated several classes, and they are using student feedback, reviews, and job placement data to improve curriculum and introduce new courses. The result is that the quality of highly-rated bootcamps now rivals many top computer science programs. As a testament to the value and job placement statistics of bootcamps, our survey revealed that 92.97% of coding bootcamp alumni would recommend their program to a friend.
Online Code Bootcamp Predictions for 2019
According to SwitchUp's survey, online coding bootcamps continue to gain popularity, and have become the go-to for individuals who wish to work full-time while completing a program. Those looking to learn in a flexible, convenient environment, while still receiving the same level of mentorship and rigorous training as in-person programs offer, may find online coding schools are best suited for their needs.
Do Companies Hire Coding Bootcamp Graduates?
Many students wonder if a bootcamp can really help them land a software development job, especially when competing against candidates with computer science degrees. It may come as a surprise that, for most employers, a candidate's educational background is typically far less important than their portfolio and demonstrated skill set.
In fact, a recent Indeed survey of over 1,000 HR managers shows that 72% of respondents consider bootcamp grads to be just as prepared and just as likely to perform at a high level as computer science grads.
What's more, bootcamps help students develop skills that are highly valuable and relevant to fast-growing tech companies. In an interview with NexGen technologies, Technical Manager Steve Lute noted that bootcamp students have qualities like time management, ability to work well under pressure, problem solving, quick thinking and a drive to succeed. Kevin Boer, a hiring manager for Leapfrog Online, also notes that the diversity of bootcamp grads has been a game changer for the industry and for Leapfrog's hiring practices.
As Kevin explains, “We recently evolved our hiring practices to have more of a focus on diversity and inclusion. This is partly because the entire industry is evolving and it's the right thing to do. But it's partly because of bootcamps. Bootcamp graduates have over twice the diversity of university Computer Science graduates — that's a great thing for us and the industry.”
How to Know If a Coding Bootcamp Is Right for You
At SwitchUp, we have found that there are a few factors students should consider when determining if a bootcamp is right for them.
Time Commitment: Depending on the structure of the program, a coding bootcamp can require as little as 10 hours per week, or as many as 60 hours or more. Succeeding in a coding bootcamp requires discipline, so students should strongly consider their personal schedule and commitments outside of school before making any decisions. Fortunately, many schools have recognized the need for flexibility, and there are now several bootcamp formats to choose from:
- Full-Time, Immersive Program: This format typically requires 40-60 hours per week and operates as high-intensity, short-term training. It fully immerses students for 3-6 months to ensure job readiness as quickly as possible.
- Part-Time, Immersive Program: This option can be just as rigorous as a full-time immersive program, but classes are held during the evening or on weekends. This type of learning allows students to maintain a full-time job while completing coursework.
- Hybrid Learning Program: Hybrid learning programs allow students to learn partially online and partially in the classroom. Schools like Designation allow students to take preparatory courses remotely and finish with a 12-week, in-person program at their campus in Chicago.
- Part-Time Flex Program: Students can move through this program type at their own pace and according to their unique learning schedules. This type of learning provides the most flexibility for individuals with full-time jobs or family commitments.
Learning Goals: Before committing to a program, it is important to set clear, realistic expectations for both your education and future career. Be sure to take stock of what you wish to gain from the program and your career goals after graduation. We recommend that you prepare in the following ways:
- Make sure there is a solid job market for the career you want. Demand for different types of coding jobs can vary by region, so it's important to ensure that opportunities are available in the city where you'll be job searching after graduation.
- Take an online preparatory course before committing to an immersive program. This will help you make sure that coding is the best career fit for you.
- Understand the mission of different bootcamps and make sure their goals are aligned with yours. Some bootcamps are focused more on job placement, while others focus on helping students develop advanced skills for an existing career.
- Carefully review the curriculum for your potential coding bootcamp. If there is a particular coding language that you are interested in mastering, make sure it is a core focus of your intended program. If you have questions, reach out to a career advisor to discuss your goals.
- Consider the program's student-to-teacher ratio. Bootcamps are very fast-paced, and it is key to have the right amount of support, mentorship, and accountability from instructors. Many students have found that coding schools with large, lecture-style classes sometimes do not provide the right level of individualized support. If you think this might be an issue, reach out to your program to learn more about class sizes and the number of staff who will be available.
Choosing The Best Bootcamp For You
The coding bootcamp industry offers many choices, and it can feel difficult to hone in on your top priorities. To help cover all your bases, we've compiled a series of checklists that can help you research bootcamps and identify the best options.
Still not sure how to choose the best program for you? Check out SwitchUp's Matching Tool! We'll match you with a top-rated bootcamp based on your criteria.
Remember, a school's success is measured by the success of its students. Your coding bootcamp's top priority should be to help you master the basics, learn essential problem solving skills, and, ultimately, land your dream career in tech.