The Reboot Coding Bootcamp is a new and different way for you to learn how to code. It's designed specifically for people like you who know the value understanding code has for your career but need the flexibility of a part-time, hybrid (online/in-person) format.
About the Bootcamp: Using a design thinking approach, you’ll build an actual working website and learn the basics of frontend and backend web development by understanding the developer mindset. Students will learn by building a real-world project for non-profits who are in need of a new website. So students get the skills they need while helping others.
The bootcamp covers:
- PHP, MySQL
- Server set up and configuration
- WordPress development
The Reboot program sets you up to learn any coding language, build a career as a developer, or liaison effectively with a development team. You’ll maximize your career options without breaking the bank.
Attend the info session: Want to see if this coding bootcamp is for you? Sign up for this free info session to get a taste, meet the instructor, and ask questions. At the info session, you'll be given an overview of the content as well as an opportunity to apply for a $1000 scholarship (for those who qualify).
About Nate Cooper
Nate has taught web development for Mediabistro, General Assembly, SVA, FIT, 92Y, Noble Desktop, Google, Amazon, and Wharton. Nate managed training and event marketing at Apple and has been building websites professionally since 1997. He founded his web development consultancy, Simple Labs, in 2011. Forbes has said Nate is "deeply embedded in the New York tech scene, giving practical and insightful advice” His writing has appeared in Mashable and his book, Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS and WordPress, was an Amazon bestseller in Programming: CSS books.
Are you ready to Reboot your career?
Check out our Coding Bootcamp for Beginners
Starts March 1st
an in-person four week bootcamp, with four weeks of ongoing mentorship
"I learned to think like a programmer, learn how to debug my own problems, and how to take the skills he taught in the classroom into marketable career skills.Coding: like anything else, you just need to dedicate some time and effort into it. It’s totally achievable."
Data Analyst, AKQA
"Nate’s an analytical thinker that pays attention to detail. But what I value most is his willingness to have the difficult conversations that make a difference. That’s a hard role to take as an advisor, but one that is critical to success."
CEO and Founder, SmartHost
"Nate has an ability to translate computer-speak into English, which, along with patience and empathy for his students, makes the grueling work of wrapping one’s head around unfamiliar and complex ideas more bearable, and even fun."
Co-Director, Public Displays of Affection