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Online and On Campus Atlanta Coding Boot Camp
Become a Web Developer in 12 or 24 Weeks
Web development is a high-growth career track, and Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp teaches you the specialized skills to tap into this rewarding industry. Through a fast-paced, immersive curriculum, you’ll learn the skills needed to become proficient in front-end and back-end technologies.
Learn through a challenging curriculum that covers a full stack of coding languages and frameworks:
Progressive Web Apps
Learn How To Build Web Applications
- Study at the pace that works best for you, with a full-time (12-week) and part-time (24-week) option to choose from.
- Simulate a professional work environment by teaming up with your peers on real-world projects and build complex applications that will bolster your professional portfolio.
- Gain access to continuation courses that cover additional in-demand technologies, including Python, Java, C#, and Amazon Web Services.
- Receive a Certificate of Completion from Georgia Tech Professional Education showcasing your accomplishments to future employers.
- Benefit from a wide range of career services: resume and social media support, technical interview preparation, portfolio reviews, soft skills training, coaching, job matching, and more to help you launch or advance your career.
As you embark on this 12- or 24-week web coding bootcamp journey, you’ll dive into a rigorous curriculum and learn more than you thought was possible. With a virtual classroom environment and collaboration with your classmates, you will get hands on experience in full-stack web development.
“This program gave me the skills I needed to make the change I wanted in my career. That was my goal, and it was accomplished following a great program and great instructors!”
-Vivesh Dave, Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp alumni
Why Apply to Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp?
Learning to code is an intensive undertaking. If you are craving to expand your knowledge and join the tech world, seeking to advance or change careers, and most importantly: ready to roll up your sleeves and put in the hard work…then our web coding bootcamp program could be right for you.
- Those looking to find a new career or company—or make the move from a non-technical position to a technical one
- Those who are interested in freelancing to supplement their current income—or contribute in a bigger way in their current job
- Those seeking to learn the skills to execute on an entrepreneurial idea and build their own product
- Those with the ambition to grow in their knowledge or add to their skill set while in college.
Learn Market-Driven Coding Skills:
Our full-time and part-time curricula cover front-end and back-end technologies*, and you will graduate with the skills needed to become a full-stack web developer:
- Databases (MySQL, MongoDB)
- Server Side Development (MERN Stack, Template Engines)
- Deployment and Delivery (Heroku, Git, GitHub Pages, Shell Scripting)
- API Design (Client-Server Model, API, Rest, JSON, AJAX, HTTP request methods, GraphQL)
- Quality Assurance (Unit Testing, Linting, Continuous Integration)
- Supplemental Self-Study Topics (Python, Java, C#, Amazon Web Services)
*The material covered is subject to change. Our academic team adjusts to the market demand.
Career Services and Industry Partnerships Support
Achieve your career goals with the help of a career coach and career material advisor, plus a variety of opportunities such as:
Unlimited feedback on professional materials
The career services team offers unlimited feedback on your professional materials, like your resume and portfolio, to help you become employer-competitive.
Interview prep and 1:1 career coaching
Discuss your career journey and receive quality coaching strategies and additional resources to help you become employer competitive. You will also have the opportunity to complete in-depth interview practice sessions, where you will be guided through real-world coding challenges and behavioral questions.
Career and industry events
We offer ongoing behavioral and technical workshops, as well as events such as Demo Days with industry professionals, to help you build a network and stand out in the job market.
Industry partner connections
Our career services team has an employer partner network of over 250 companies, hiring from across all of our boot camps. Events like the Career Connections career fair help us connect learners to employment opportunities with our partners.
Work with your dedicated career coach to become employer-ready and eligible for referrals to our employer partners.
Hear From Our Learners
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in health promotion, Helen Kim started her career in healthcare. However, seeing her husband’s work as a Java developer, made her realize she wanted a career change. Through the technical skills Helen learned and interview preparation she received at Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp, she was able to land a role as a web developer.
“Going through this program was significant in helping me make a career change. I now have the skills to be successful…”
-Meguel Chavez, Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp alumni
Frequently Asked Questions
Our coding boot camps in Atlanta and Savannah are being held via our tried and tested virtual classroom experience. In-person classes for the part-time program are also available at our Peachtree Corners location. Call us at (404) 369-3107 for more information on how to apply, or visit our Experience page to learn more.
While some background in coding is helpful, no experience is needed as long as you are dedicated and eager to learn. Our pre-course tutorials will help you prepare for our program.
No, applicants do not need to be Georgia Tech students. The Coding Boot Camp is offered through Georgia Tech Professional Education.
Schedule and Dates
- 24-week class
- Virtual and on-campus options available
- Classes held three weekdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
- Immersive, 12-week class
- Classes held Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- Full-Time December 12, 2022
- Part-Time January 17, 2023
- Part-Time In-Person Soon
- Part-Time January 17, 2023
- Part-Time January 17, 2023
- Part-Time December 12, 2022
- Part-Time December 12, 2022
The Market for Web Developers in Atlanta, GA
Web developers work behind the scenes of your favorite websites or applications to create seamless online experiences. Today, they’re in demand more than ever before by companies across a wide range of industries.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in computer and information technology roles is projected to grow 11 percent through 2029, with an estimated 531,200 new jobs to be added. Not only is there a significant need for knowledgeable professionals, but the benefits are also impressive for candidates themselves.
Last year, the median pay for a computer programmer was $89,190, and $77,200 for web developers and digital designers. From deploying applications and designing websites to resolving bugs and collaborating with others, developers are the primary gatekeepers of many important projects. In the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, Georgia metro area the annual median wage for web developers and digital interface designers is $92,860.
Dubbed the Silicon Valley of the South, Atlanta has become a major hotspot for growing startups and established tech players dominating software markets. In a recent Burning Glass study, Atlanta was the city with the second-highest number of open tech jobs over the past 90 days, beating out Chicago, Austin, and San Francisco — which is no small feat. What’s more, new startup businesses in Georgia account for 13.99% of new jobs created per year and local companies raised $1.99 billion in the first half of 2021, according to PitchBook and the National Venture Capital Association’s Venture Monitor report. Boasting a low cost of living, wide talent pool, and diverse industries and networks, Atlanta offers a close-knit community for developers.
For those looking to join the field, Georgia Tech Coding Boot Camp offers a comprehensive curriculum with the support of a dedicated instructional team. Those who successfully complete the program will be qualified for a variety of roles including full stack developer, front end or back end web developer, web designer, computer programmer, and more.
If you’re committed to working hard and putting in the work, programming could be the right career path for you. HackerRank’s 2020 Developer Skills report states that 32 percent of hiring managers have hired a developer that learned their coding skills from a bootcamp and 72 percent of those who have hired a bootcamp graduate felt they were equally or better equipped for the job than other hires. What qualities stand out for employers? The ability to learn new technologies & languages quickly (71 percent), strong practical experience (61 percent), and eagerness to take on new responsibilities (52 percent).
What’s the difference between programming and coding?
Programming is the practice of writing instructions, or programs, for computers to follow or perform, resulting in a complete software product. Programmers look at the broader picture, with coding being one aspect of a larger function. In other words, coding simply refers to the act of writing code that a computer can interpret within a program.
What is web development?
Web development involves the practice of conceptualizing and writing code that results in a fully functioning website or application. Through the connection of the front end — or the user side — to the back end — also known as the server side — developers are responsible for creating a smooth user experience.
What’s the difference between web development and software development?
Web developers are responsible for using coding languages and frameworks to build a website, working either on the front or back end, or as a full stack developer (both the front and back ends). As a contrast, software developers focus on writing programs that will be interpreted by a desktop or mobile platform — otherwise known as software.
What is full-stack coding?
While some developers focus strictly on front end — client side — or back end — server side — coding, some aspire to be fluent in a full stack. These developers are responsible for building both the front and back ends of a website or application and have a solid understanding of how they work together to create a seamless user experience.
What is the best coding language to learn?
Will a coding boot camp get you a job?
While successful completion of a boot camp is an accomplishment in itself, it doesn’t come with the promise of a job. Working with a career support team can help position you as a qualified candidate for a variety of roles, but remember — the outcomes depend on the work you put in.