Change your career
change your lifestyle

12 week web development immersive in Lake Tahoe
Jan 9th - March 31st (12 weeks)

Start a Web Development Career

This is an intensive, full-time, 12-week bootcamp designed to prepare you to be successful as a junior web developer. Classes and Labs will be taking place 9:30 AM - 6 PM Monday through Friday. You should also plan on spending another 5 - 10 hours a week working outside the class.

This program will cover industry relevant, languages, tools, and technologies including: HTML/HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby. We will go deep in these topics covering topics such as: LESS/SCSS, React.JS, Ruby on Rails, git version control, design patterns, and deployments.

You’ll create your own applications and build a portfolio of projects to share with employers. You’ll develop a peer and advisor network for life.

How Much Is It?

Returning Students

Contact Us for Details

For students who have taken any Code Tahoe class previously

HS / College Students

$9,500.00

For students currently enrolled in any High School or full-time College program

Working Professionals

$10,500.00

For those looking for career changers or aspiring web and mobile developers

What you will learn

Front End

Back End

Tooling

Schedule

Weeks 1 – 6

A structured deep-dive into web development where we will be growing your HTML and CSS skills while you learn JavaScript. We will expose you to a variety of industry tools and developement practices.

This first phase will really focus on your isolated problem solving skills helping you to first solve the problem, then express it in code.

Weeks 7 – 12

You will focus on building projects in a similiar manner that you would if you were working in a development career.

Throughout the program, we work together with your job search in mind. The entire process will give you an active Github presence and technical interview guidance. You will also develop a personal site, refine your LinkedIn profile, and dial in that resume.


Example Day

9:30 AM

Class

Morning session to learn key objectives through presentations, guided practice, and discussions.

10:30 AM

Lab

Structured projects for practice and to work on weekly and group projects. You will work on labs as and individual, in pairs, and in groups. Mentors are available to help as it is needed.

12:00 PM

Lunch

Free time to refuel, get some Tahoe sun, and get ready for the afternoon sessions.

1:00 PM

Lab

Structured projects for practice and to work on weekly and group projects. You will work on labs as and individual, in pairs, and in groups. Mentors are available to help as it is needed.

2:00 PM

Class

Afternoon session to learn key objectives through presentations, guided practice, and discussions.

3:00 PM

Lab

Structured projects for practice and to work on weekly and group projects. You will work on labs as and individual, in pairs, and in groups. Mentors are available to help as it is needed.

5:00 PM

Check in

Regular small group check-ins with students and mentors to review and discuss code, and to get a general feel for your progress.

Tuition and Financing

No one sould be excluded from a career in development. Your education is important, and a lack of funds shouldn't be a reason to not participate. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to come and learn, assisting through finances is just one of those ways.

We are currently in the process of teaming up with a few lenders to help you make this committment. You are able to use these resources right now.

Lending options

Course Report has more information about financial assistance if you need it.

Instructors

Tim Olesnavage

General Manager / Career Counseling / Student Placement

Dan Eckert

Executive Director

Rush Tehrani

Instructor: Full Stack Development w/ JavaScript, Rails, & Node

Jameson Stafford

Instructor: Computer Science & Application Design Principles

Travis Reeder

Special Topics: Go Language & High Throughput Architecture

Steve Tietze

Special Topics: Game Development, Drones & LAMP Stack

Ben Cooper

Special Topics: Developing for iOS using Swift Programming

Tyler Frasca

Course Teaching Assistant & Code Lab Resource Manager