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  • Cost
    $0-$11,900
  • Programs Pace
    Full-time, Part-time
  • Payment Options
    Upfront, Financing, Scholarship
  • Programs Available
    Frontend, Full Stack, UX Design
Description

DevMountain was founded back in 2013 by fellow coding professionals who have had their lives changed by the power of coding and innovation. DevMountain has partnered with Strayer University to offer classes at three different campuses in the US. These include Lehi, Utah, Phoenix, Arizona, and of course Dallas, Texas. DevMountain’s mission is to provide immersive experiences that change student’s lives. DevMountain is dedicated to the education and advancement of its students and strives to provide the highest quality education by employing current industry professionals and providing the most current technology available. DevMountain believes in these five codes: 1. People are the point. 2. If you’re going to do something, it might as well be awesome. 3. You can’t solve a problem by making it someone else’s problem. 4. Nothing has to be the way it is. 5. Don’t assume when understanding is called for. By instilling these codes in their curriculum and throughout their interactions with students, DevMountain has grown to become what it is today. With 5000+ applications, 1,500+ graduates, and a total of 15 courses offered, DevMountain continues to expand it’s vast influence as it works to change the lives of students in tech.

Additional Info

The instructors at DevMountain Dallas are dedicated to helping students become the best full stack developers that they can be. Within the Web Development Immersive Bootcamp, students learn a variety of skills that will help them become well rounded tech minded individuals. Some of the skills that students will learn include Git/GitHub, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, React.js, Node.js, working with databases, testing code, and much more! DevMountain also offers student housing for all immersive students at no extra cost!

DevMountains Dallas program lasts for 13 weeks total. While everyday at DevMountain is unique, students can expect a typical schedule such as the following.Starting at 9:00am, students will participate in toy (warm up) problems to review the last day’s course work and also strengthen their newfound concepts and skills. At 10:00am, class officially begins with professional lectures. At 12:30pm, students break for lunch. At 1:30pm, students participate in labs and workstations. At 3:00pm, students have a one on one check in with various student success mentors and other instructors. At 5:00pm, students are free to hang out around the DevMountain campus and work on any additional projects. Full time courses take place Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

DevMountain places a high priority on student employment. DevMountain is proud to partner with a variety of major companies. Recent DevMountain grads have gone on to work for companies such as Uber, HP, Nike, Microsoft, Ebay, American Express, and many more.

DevMountain’s goal is to make tuition affordable and accessible for anyone interested in attending one of their programs. Standard tuition at DevMountain Dallas is $11,900. DevMountain has partnered with lenders Skillsfund and Climb to offer students exclusive lending rates and a variety of flexibility when it comes to funding their education. DevMountain may also offer a variety of scholarships with more info being available upon request.

Programs Pace

Full-time, Part-time

Programs Available

Frontend, Full Stack, UX Design

Financing Options

Upfront, Financing, Scholarship

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  • Anonymous
    November 8, 2019 at 6:31 am

    I was on a dead end path as a bioanalyst at a company in SLC. I have a degree in chemistry and more than five years of professional experience, but science just doesn’t pay without that M.S. or PhD after your name. My husband, who is a senior developer, talked me into DevMountain because he worked with a few DevMountain grads at his digital security company. So, without any coding experience, I interviewed and enrolled, but was totally unprepared by the time the first week rolled around (I admit, I did not take Basecamp as seriously as they advised…but YOU MUST TAKE BASECAMP SERIOUSLY). I was so lost, even just in git commands, so I was encouraged to attend for a few weeks just to see if I would still like the content or the program, and then deferred for a month…it made all the difference. I went in with a lot more confidence, which got me through the first week. After that, I stayed up until 3am regularly just to finish my afternoon projects. I constantly harassed my husband for help, but at least I did not have to harass the mentors. My personal project was not the best (I got married during interim week and did not produce a single line of code, unlike my peers), so I was asked to complete an additional sim (exam), after which I was allowed to continue to group projects. During the last few days of my personal project is when the concepts started to come together. I felt very confident with my performance on the group project and with my ability to find a job. It took just under 5 weeks and 62 job applications, but I landed a job as a software engineer doing C#, ASP .NET MVC, Angular and SQL Server, even though I learned Javascript, React, Node, and PostgreSQL at DevMountain. Once you learn how to learn code, nothing is out of the realm of possibilities, so don’t limit yourself. Take that dive! You will be so happy that you did when you get that first fat paycheck in that fancy building with those fancy computers 🙂

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  • Anonymous
    December 1, 2019 at 6:15 am

    I loved the 13 week I spent here. It was a great time and the staff made it an environment where we could push ourselves to learn and grow in out ability to code.

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  • Anonymous
    December 15, 2019 at 6:17 am

    Good for learning the basics if you know nothing. At the time that I went they were growing fast and so they didn’t have the support they should have for the type of scho7ol that they are/were.

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  • Anonymous
    December 19, 2019 at 6:10 am

    It is true that course itself is very fast paced. Devmountain has their course set up in such a way that they help you with the basics and then help you help yourself which is honestly the best way to do it. You will have lessons every morning for the first half of the duration of the course then projects every afternoon to apply what you learn. I’m more of a learn by doing kind of person and I loved every day of the course. I recommend Devmountain to everyone looking to go into web development.

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  • Anonymous
    December 21, 2019 at 6:13 am

    I had a great experience at DevMountain, I loved every minute and miss being there! They have some really great, talented instructors and they really care about your success!

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