A career in code can change everything.

Our mission is to create career pathways in software development for women and minorities to help combat poverty in Central NY. We will provide you with the technical skills you need to obtain internships and entry level software development positions with local employers after 24 weeks of instruction.

120 days

75% OF CODING BOOTCAMP GRADUATES OBTAIN FULL-TIME JOBS IN THE FIELD WITHIN 180 DAYS1

$66,887

IS THE AVERAGE SALARY FOR CODING BOOTCAMP GRADUATES1

73%

OF CODING BOOTCAMP GRADUATES ARE HIRED FOR FULL-TIME SOFTWARE JOBS2

64%

IS THE AVERAGE SALARY INCREASE BOOTCAMP GRADUATES REPORT OR $26,0212

1Course Report, 2016 Coding Bootcamp Survey Results, "Key Findings"

2Course Report, 2016 Coding Bootcamp Survey Results, "Overview"

Meet our awesome students

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Anna Aombe

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Ashwon Johnson

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Dakir Thompson

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Dana McMullen

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Elizabeth Metclaf

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Eva Carafa

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Jacquay Winfield

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Katilyn Warboy

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Karin Thorne

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Katherine Tortora

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Kelly Corey

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Timothy Liles

Syllabus

We will provide you with real world technical skills required by local employers.

Student Admissions Process

Here is what to expect during the admissions process. Note that the deadline has passed.

Responsibilites and Expectations

Local Developer Meetups, Groups, and Events

Capstone Project

Over the duration of the bootcamp, students will create a project on something they are passionate on. The project will be a full-stack (front-end, back-end, database) application that will be built throughout the 24 weeks of the program. Students will write a series of technical blog posts about their project, talk about problems they are solving, and discuss with instructors and their students about what they are building.

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