The second cycle will begin around July 25. We will be announcing the official start date in June.
Nothing! We don't charge participants anything. We make money if you decide to look for a job after the program, and one of the companies we work with decides to hire you.
We mainly teach Ruby on Rails and React.js with Redux. We also cover algorithms and data structures and other common interview questions.
We use the same tools as professional developers like Git, Slack, Trello, and Heroku.
We accept all types of people. We use the application process to find people that will benefit the most from our program. These are typically people who have a strong work ethic, good problem solving skills, and the motivation to put in the hours required.
We have made the application simple to encourage everyone to apply. If you are unsure if you are a good fit for the program, please apply anyway and we will be happy to talk to you!
We are especially interested in receiving applications from women and members of minority groups traditionally under-represented in technical careers.
The first step is a 20-30 minute interview where we ask basic questions about your background and answer any questions you might have about our program.
The second step is a 30-45 minute interview where we will ask you to solve a few programming problems. If you are in the Phoenix area, you are welcome to come to our office and do this part of the interview in person. If you are not from Phoenix or prefer to interview remotely, we can share screens on Skype or Google Hangouts! We'll email you some suggestions for how to prepare when we invite you for this round of interviews.
All you need is a computer that can open up a web browser. We don't require you to download or purchase any software or have a certain type of operating system.
We are not taking appliations at this time.