Coding bootcamps are everywhere right now, and it seems that every state in every capital city is hosting a coding bootcamp, so thanks to AirTable, here is a round-up of the top 46 coding bootcamps offered in 2017. This list is really comprehensive and provides info such as:
- which city the camp is offered in,
- how much each of the camps cost,
- what courses are covered,
- how long the course is going to run,
- and if there are any career pathway offerings or placement opportunities available once you’re all done.
It appears from skimming the list that:
- the average length of time a coding bootcamp runs is approximately 10 weeks
- almost all of the classes have HTML and CSS.
- most offer Git and Angular also
- python is offered in about half of the bootcamps
- and surprisingly Bootstrap is offered in less than five of the camps, which is interesting, as it is such an easy quick framework to learn how to start coding on.
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