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Java Student Case Studies

Java Bootcamp case study reviews from actual students Java Bootcamp student review from Angel Rivera – Veteran Why did you enroll? I enrolled because I wanted to learn how to

Top 11 Factors for Success in a Coding Bootcamp

Each person has their own ideal learning style and lifestyle. Having chosen to embark on the difficult challenges of an intensive, immersive, coding bootcamp, you have many ways to maximize

Student Spotlight: Patrick Gaston

Student Spotlight: Patrick Gaston: At Skill Distillery, we have the privilege of teaching some of the brightest new programming talent in the tech industry. It is consistently fascinating to learn

Stars & Stripes: Veterans turn to computer coding bootcamps as GI BillⓇ benefits become available to specialized schools.

This article originally appeared in Stars & Stripes Magazine Veterans turn to computer coding bootcamps as GI BillⓇ benefits become available to specialized schools. By Gordon Bronson Computer programming schools,

Student Spotlight: Rod Hammond

Student Spotlight: Rod Hammond Several times a month, we spotlight one of our students, sharing details of his or her story. This gives us a chance to talk about our

Student Spotlight: Sarah Lobser

A few times each month, we spotlight one of our students and share his or her story. This gives us a chance to talk about our diverse student population, how

Is a coding career in your future?

This blog about a career in coding originally appeared on cobizmag.com The economy is evolving quite quickly. Five years ago, hardly anyone was talking about wearable technology, and now you

Student Spotlight: Kaylee McHugh

Several times a month, we spotlight one of our coding student from our class and share his or her story. This gives us a chance to talk about our diverse

Will a “coding boot camp” help me land a job in tech?

Java. Python. Ruby. You hear these terms, but are they coffee flavors? Pet names? These words may seem foreign out of context, a myriad of names dropped into casual conversation that