Coding Bootcamps: Learn Programming Basics for Top Schools
What you'll learn
- Write Code
- Execute Code
- Test Code
- Pass Bootcamp Technical Interviews
- Everything will be taught for Mac users
If you've made a commitment to yourself to attend a coding bootcamp, but don't know where to start, this course might be a great fit for you.
In 2016 I made a commitment to attend one of the top schools in San Francisco. My heart was set on App Academy, but I would have been happy with Hack Reactor or MakerSquare.
After studying all year, when July came around I applied to all three and I was accepted into Hack Reactor and App Academy.
I studied from February to July with all the spare time I could muster. A LOT of it was time spent in activities that weren't especially helpful.
In this course I break down computer programming visually so you can learn the concepts much faster than I did.
This course is dedicated to helping you receive your acceptance letter to the coding bootcamp of your dreams.
Who this course is for:
- This is for people seeking to get into coding bootcamps
- This is not for experienced programmers
- This is for Mac Users - If you're using windows, don't take this course
In 2010 I started a company called the Freedom Podcasting Company. At Freedom Podcasting, we work with clients to help them produce and publish podcasts. Our clients do the recording, we do everything else to make their show's look professional. We have produced thousands of podcast episodes for many well known and niche clients. To get an idea for our work, please explore the Freedom Podcasting website.
As a software engineer, Ian works has worked with teams to develop educational platforms, marketplace application and large multi-national clinical trial applications. I'm a big fan of Ruby on Rails, React, Vue & NodeJS. I'm slowly beginning to understand and enjoy type safe languages like Go and TypeScript.