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Coding Bootcamps in Seattle

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coding bootcamps in seattle

Coding bootcamps are helping increase the supply of tech workers across the world. And according to CourseReport’s 2016 coding bootcamps study, close to 18,000 students have graduated throughout the 91 coding bootcamps found in the US. The center of this growth is in California with 28, 13 of which are in San Francisco.

But as the tech industry expands, coding bootcamps are also seeing a steady rise. States like Washington with 13 bootcamps—12 in Seattle—are also feeling the tech boom. In fact, President Obama included Seattle, along with 20 other communities, in the TechHire program that aims to educate and train people to fill tech jobs.

Coding bootcamps are not only meant to train people as quickly and as comprehensively as they can, but bootcamps also help tech companies find the talent they need, which can be a struggle for cities like Seattle that are a little short on supply of tech talents. Get the comprehensive training you need with these coding bootcamps in Seattle and be the right programmer tech companies are looking for.

List of coding bootcamps in Seattle

1. New York Code + Design Academy

coding bootcamps in seattle

Located in various locations in and outside of the US, the one in Seattle offers one full-time intensive web development bootcamp. They also offer two options for part-time courses, web development, and UI/UX design. The part-time courses are perfect options for anyone who has no prior programming experience, and the intensive course can be taken after the part-time courses, or for anyone who wants to become a full-stack web developer.

  • Cost: $2,250–3,350 for part-time courses; $10,000 for full-time course. Offers payment plans and assistance
  • Experience required: Beginner
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails, jQuery
  • Duration: 12 weeks full-time, 40+ hours per week; 8 & 16-week part-time, 6+ hours per week
  • Job placement: Provides career services

2. Ada

coding bootcamps in seattle

One of the main reasons keeping people from taking bootcamps is the cost. Not everyone can afford to pay for comprehensive training; and that’s why bootcamps like Ada has one of the best offers there is—free bootcamp. Which means, of course, they are highly selective.

But Ada’s main mission is to diversify the tech industry by providing tuition-free, year-long software development training to women, people of non-binary gender, and general inclusivity for people lacking opportunities. The program is designed to train students with six months of intensive in-class learning, followed by five months’ internship at a sponsoring company.

  • Cost: Free
  • Experience required: Beginner with some background
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, Ruby on Rails, C++, C#, Objective-C, Python
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Job placement: Company sponsorship gives students direct access to careers

3. Code Builders

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Code Builders describes itself as an “immersive full-time coding apprenticeship” because after 6 months of bootcamp, students will get a chance to work with real clients of Code Builders’ dev shop. The program promises to be hands-on and committed to the learners’ training as the bootcamp only accepts 6 students (or fewer) each time, and is taught by only one instructor.

  • Cost: $15,000. Option to pay $7,500 up-front, $7,500 after the student lands a job
  • Experience required: Intermediate
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, SQL
  • Duration: 9 months. 6 months’ hands-on education, remaining months are for apprenticeship
  • Job placement: Provides apprenticeship

4. Data Science Dojo

coding bootcamps in seattleFor those interested in data science, Data Science Dojo will get you started with an intensive 5-day training. Students will be immersed in theory and practice data science and engineering for real-life applications. Data Sciene Dojo has trained over 1600 aspiring data scientist with one of the shortest (but comprehensive) data science curriculums around.

  • Cost: $2,999.99. Offers student fellowship, group discounts, and a flexible no-interest payment plan
  • Experience required: Knowledge of one programming or scripting language
  • Technologies covered: Hive, Spark, Mahout, Hadoop, Azure ML Studio, R Programming, Amazon Machine Learning
  • Duration: 5 days, 10 hours a day
  • Job placement: Gives access to networking groups

5. Epicodus

coding bootcamps in seattle

Collaboration is in the heart of Epicodus’ curriculum as the bootcamp that takes pair programming as their main approach to learning. Students can choose to take the bootcamp either full-time or take part-time classes at night, with Level 1, 2, and 3 options depending on a student’s programming background. Level 1 is introduction to programming for students with little to no background, Level 2 allows students to choose which programming language they want to focus on, and Level 3 is for advanced learning.

  • Cost: $3,400–5,150, offers payment plans
  • Required experience: Beginner
  • Technology: JavaScript, Ruby on Rails, PHP, Drupal, HTML/CSS, SQL, AngularJS
  • Duration: 15 weeks, 40+ hours a week
  • Job placement: Provides job assistance, connected with tech companies

6. Galvanize

coding bootcamps in seattle

Unlike their Austin campus, Galvanize students in Seattle have more options when deciding what fits their schedule and goals better. The Seattle campus offers a 6-month web development program and a 3-month data science program, along with 8-week evening workshops. The courses cover fundamental to advanced concepts, and students enrolled in the Data Science and Full Stack bootcamps also receive interview coaching, plus a chance to meet with partner companies.

  • Cost: $1,499 & $1,900 for evening workshops; $16,000 and $21,000 for full-time courses. Offers scholarships, and tuition assistance
  • Experience required: Beginner, intermediate, advanced
  • Technologies covered: HTML/CSS, JavaScript, Node, Express, SQL, Angular, Python, Data Science
  • Duration: 8 weeks, two nights a week. 24 weeks and 12 weeks, 40+ hours per week
  • Job placement: Provides career preparation

7. Dev Bootcamp

coding bootcamps in seattle

Students who wish to take the full training will devote 19 weeks learning web development; 18 of which are split between remote preparation and immersive learning, with the final week dedicated to career training. A typical day in Dev Bootcamp would consist of 65% pair-programming, 25% group projects, and 10% individual work. There are also yoga sessions twice a week which students are required to take part in at the start of the program.

  • Cost: $12,700. Offers diversity tuition discount, student loans, and payment plans
  • Experience required: Beginner, intermediate
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, SQL
  • Duration: 9 to 19 weeks. 15–25 hours for remote training; 12 hours a day, 6 days a week for on-site immersion
  • Job placement: Offers career support

8. Coding Dojo

coding bootcamps in seattleFor the student with specific preferences, Coding Dojo has online, on-site, and hybrid options. Students can also choose from three to five different Full-stack web development bootcamps which are useful for beginners to experienced developers. And if those options aren’t convenient enough, they also offer a customizable curriculum option called “Coding Dojo’s Onsite Flex Bootcamp” which runs for 14 weeks. Coding Dojo also has a 4-week, part-time evening course that teaches the fundamentals of web development.t.

  • Cost: $13,495. Offers discounts, scholarships, and financing options
  • Experience required: Beginner to experienced
  • Technologies covered: AJAX, PHP, MVC, Framework API, Javascript, AngularJS, Node.js, Expresso.io, Socket.io, JavaScript, HAML, SASS Coffee Script, Ruby, Rails, Heroku, HTML/CSS, Angular
  • Duration: 12 weeks full-time, 70-90 hours per week. 4 weeks evening part-time, 6 hours a with 5–10 hours take-home work
  • Job placement: Offers career development support

9. Coder Camps

coding bootcamps in seattle

For flexibility and variety, Coder Camps has you covered. Students who choose to enroll full-time can take immersive Full Stack .NET, Javascript, and Java programs for 12 weeks, while part-time students who want more control over the pace of their learning can take the program for about 6 months. Other programs offered are Full Stack Ruby and a free one-week HTML/CSS class, although availability varies from campus to campus.

  • Cost: $11,900. Offers scholarships, and financing
  • Experience required: Beginner, intermediate
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, .Net
  • Duration: 12 weeks. 60–80 hours per week
  • Job placement: Offers career support

10. Code Fellows
coding bootcamps in seattle

Code Fellows used to run a Job-Offer Guarantee, citing differences in state regulations as the main reason to end the guarantee, they had to end this arrangement. Now, the bootcamp offers a more robust professional development training instead. But despite changing their regulations, Code Fellows still ranked third in Switchup.org’s list of Best Coding Schools in 2015. They offer a variety of intensive programming courses (Code 201, 301, and 401), and a one-day coding workshop for absolute beginners (Code 101).

  • Cost: Depends on which course ($99, $3,500, $4,500, $12,000). Offers scholarships, student loans, and payment plans
  • Required experience: Beginner, intermediate, advanced
  • Technology: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Angular, React, Node.js, SQL, MVC
  • Duration: Ranges from 1-day course, to full 8-week to 20-week courses
  • Job placement: Offers professional development training, connected with tech companies

11. General Assembly

coding bootcamps in seattle

One of the most popular coding bootcamps not just in the US but in the world is General Assembly, and their Seattle campus offers some of their most popular courses; UX Design, and Web Development, which are 10 and 12 weeks immersive training, respectively. They also offer part-time, evening, and weekend programs which can last between 8–12 weeks. In Seattle, the part-time programs currently available are Data Analytics, Front-end web development, Digital marketing, UX Design, Product management, Data Science, and JavaScript Development.

  • Cost: $3,500–$13,500. Offers student loans
  • Experience required: Beginner, intermediate
  • Technologies covered: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, Rails
  • Duration: 8-week to 12-week all-day full-time, part-time, evening and weekend programs; 40–70 hours per week
  • Job placement: Offers professional development training

Conclusion

Stack Overflow’s 2016 developers survey found that Seattle is the second cheapest place to live for devs in the US in relation to their pay scale and cost of rent in the city. And that could be one thing you should consider if you plan on looking for a place to start you career in tech, along with your goals, budget, and commitment.

Seattle is now being recognized as one of the fastest growing tech hubs outside of Silicon Valley but falls short on filling these urgent tech vacancies. People who learn programming through bootcamps will definitely help fill that tech vacancies, but it’s still up to you and how you utilize your skills to get help you land a job after bootcamp.

Keep us updated with coding bootcamps in Seattle and share your experiences in the comments section!

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