NEW Nationwide Remote Coding Bootcamp
Online Remote Developer Skills
Remote Software Developer Skills in 22-Weeks
Remote, Team-based Instruction
Online, self-paced Monday – Friday
– 16-20 hours a week suggested
Remote Code Jams with team members every other weekend, Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.
Full-Stack Java Focus
Delivered to you online in a remote-work style setting!
How It Works
- By learning in a simulated work environment you will emerge from this course ready to start a remote (or in-person) web or software development career. Using the same format as our Part-time/Hybrid Program, students work remotely with your instructors, in pairs, and in Agile Development Teams to create software and apps during Code Jam sessions every other weekend, while learning foundational basics online during the week.
- By working in a remote setting, students emerge from the We Can Code IT Coding Bootcamp with not only remote working skills, but solid skills in the highly stable field of software and web development. They will be ready to start a career in web development, software development, software test-engineer, QA, and related highly-stable, and high-paying fields! The benefit of our unique approach is that students have a natural head start over other graduates as you’ll be completing projects as if they were working in the field!
- Remote work is the norm these days, and our program is specifically designed to give students the skills needed to excel as a virtual web or software developer. Once we’ve sharpened their skills and given students the career-related “student success” skills needed, we’ll work with you to help them begin their apprenticeships with a soft handoff between you and their student success counselor. Backed by a trusted We Can Code IT Full-Stack Java Education, your constituents will find success in new careers in the tech industry.
What Students Learn
SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT LANGUAGES
REMOTE SOFTWARE TEAM SKILLS
Our expert GitHub trained educators will guide you through Git and GitHub to share your code and project status with teams. Students learn to use tools like Slack to communicate with teams and share ideas. Online conferencing with recorded workshops will allow students to see teammates and instructors easily. Additional pair-programming tools and remote sharing tools will be utilized so that students have a full understanding of how best to collaborate with teams online.
Test-driven development, pair-programming, and Scrum are at the heart of our working paradigm. Clean coding practices start in week one. Unlike other colleges or coding bootcamps, we teach students the best techniques so that they will develop solid software development practices that will last a lifetime!
How Students Learn It
We Can Code IT uses the latest educational methods of problem- and project-based learning that have been shown to increase the depth of understanding in a shorter period of time (all while having a ton of fun learning by building cool stuff)! Students utilize online learning systems, along with real-time online Zoom conferencing, Git and Github, Slack, and other remote tools that are ubiquitous in the workplace. They join individually with instructors every other week, attend a weekly real-time tutoring session, and come together virtually every other weekend during Code Jams to work on projects that will create a portfolio of work.
Our instructors are not only software developers, but are trained in education!
This is huge.
Why? Because, if you’ve ever met a standard software developer, you’ll quickly find that they aren’t typically the most outgoing human beings. Most old-school devs are considered extroverts when they look at someone else’s shoes instead of their own. Competing programs to ours boast the expertise of their instructors, but that’s meaningless to students who want to actually *learn*!
Ask our students and grads. Our instructors are passionate about your future! They work tirelessly with you to help you grasp concepts, and celebrate your victories. It’s what makes us different. It’s what makes us a “Best Coding Bootcamp” for four years in a row!
Our Promise to You
Learn software and web development skills in a progressive, collaborative atmosphere that best prepares you for real-world tech careers. Our program is structured to provide you support needed to ensure that you are understanding the concepts and applying it throughout your project work correctly.
Small Group Tutoring
Small-group tutoring sessions offered weekly to help you overcome hurdles. Tutoring increases student success.
Students meet individually with instructors every other week. Additionally, there’s help when you need it through direct instructor question and answer sessions as well as through our Slack channels. Studies show one-on-one attention increases student learning by 2 sigmas!
Opportunities for Professional Growth
Invitations to online events ranging from code competitions, curated meetups, seminars, hackathons, and more.
Hear from our Students
We Can Code IT students come from a wide range of backgrounds. Many start our program with no coding experience and graduate to launch successful tech careers.
Jack recently started his professional career in sales after his college graduation. He enrolled in our coding bootcamp once he realized sales was not the career for him. Today, Jack works for Key Bank as a Credit Risk Analyst. Check out his story here!
Jonelle, one of the Graduate Speakers for our Friday Spotlights, was a cosmetology instructor when she realized it was time to switch up her career. Click here to learn how Jonelle matched her career to fit her interests.
Pedro was moving towards a medical trajectory while working as a Professional Opera Singer when he became sick with COVID. During isolation, he started coding. Because he enjoyed coding so much, he decided to change his career path and attend our coding bootcamp. Read his story here.
Dallas Baldwin has always been fascinated by the way certain technologies work together. As a young boy, he would frequently frustrate his family members by taking apart the VCR. Little did they know, Dallas was in the works of developing a new lifelong passion.
Lyzz Hans isn’t your run-of-the-mill technophile. She has a master's degree in adult education, and she taught GED prep in a men’s correctional facility before attending We Can Code IT. She found the job extremely rewarding but always had an interest in technology. Read her story here!
After taking advice from his military chief, Emmanuel decided to pursue his interest in computer science through attending a coding bootcamp. WCCI accepts GI Bills and Chapter 31 or 33 benefits. Read about how Emmanuel started out in military bootcamp then worked his way to coding bootcamp!