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  • Cost
    $0-$13,500
  • Programs Pace
    Full-time, Part-time
  • Payment Options
    Upfront, Financing
  • Programs Available
    Full Stack, UX Design, Data Science
Description

Tech Talent South is an approachable and inclusive tech education company which focuses on building local and world wide experienced coders and tech entrepreneurs. Tech Talent South is committed to promoting diversity within the tech industry. They do this by actively working to employ and accept some of techs most underrepresented minorities. Tech Talent South also strives to provide funding and awareness for these groups as they continue to make the tech industry a better and more inclusive place.The company works with both individuals and companies to offer a fully immersive and individualized coding curriculum. Tech Talent South specifically chose Dallas as one of its many US locations because they understand the fact that Dallas is growing to become the fourth largest employment center and third largest city concentration of fortune 500 companies in the nation. With Tech Talent South’s expertise, guidance, and motivational staff behind you, there’s no telling what you may accomplish at the Dallas location!

Additional Info

Tech Talent South’s Dallas campus offers two full time programs. These include a Code Immersion specializing in Java and a DevOps program. Tech Talent South also hosts a variety of part time courses including Java Code Immersions, Intro to Web Design, JavaScript App Development, and more. While course curriculum varies greatly based on each student’s desired learning track, during the coding immersion for Java students will learn skills such as the following: Ruby, Rails, HTML/CSS, APIs, Bootstrap, Deployment, Domain Modeling, Model Associations, Git, GitHub, JavaScript, Ruby Gems, and much more.

All programs both full time and part time last for 8 weeks per session. Full time courses take place Monday through Thursday while part time courses take place two days a week. Classes vary from three to nine hours of instruction per day.

The administrative team at Tech Talent South’s Dallas campus is highly dedicated to the technical and career advancement of its students. Tech Talent South graduates go on to work at a wide range of top tier companies including Amazon, Bank of America, Wayfair, McKinsey and Company, Accenture, GAP, WebMD, Home Depot, and much more. Tech Talent South also offers a variety of featured talent pipeline partners including the State of Connecticut, Carolina Fintech Hub, Goodwill, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, Davidson College, Loyola University, and many more. 

Full time courses at Tech Talent South cost a total of $6,750 while part time courses cost a total of $4,750. Tech Talent South offers a variety of payment options to ensure that every student who is interested in the program has an opportunity to attend. If students pay off their entire program balance before the start of their first course, they receive a discount of $675 for full time courses and $475 for part time courses. Students who opt to pay off their balance with four installments will receive a discount of $340 for full time courses and $240 for part time courses. Students also have the option to pay off their tuition with 12 monthly installments. Tech Talent South is also proud to offer partial tuition scholarships for both women and veterans.

Programs Pace

Full-time, Part-time

Programs Available

Full Stack, UX Design, Data Science

Financing Options

Upfront, Financing

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  • Anonymous
    November 5, 2019 at 7:31 am

    We were lucky to have such a dedicated staff and very attentive instructor. You can feel the passion he has for programming and learning. With this course, I wanted to grow my backend skills and learning and the focus on Java/Spring Boot was exactly what I needed.

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  • Anonymous
    November 18, 2019 at 7:32 am

    I know my title reads Java boot camp but we didn’t just focus on Java. We learned to become full-stack developers. I started with no coding experience in my previous careers. I did allot of technical jobs. I jumped into this boot camp with The hopes of getting a great job right our of the boot camp. However, while doing the first day introductions, there were allot of people there with a few boot camps under their belts. This made me a bit nervous seeing as this was my first one. I did everything I could to absorb as much as my brain could possibly handle. I impressed my instructor with my dedication. Alas this wasn’t enough to land me an actual job. I was taught to use HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and Thymeleaf to make my apps and websites pretty. I was taught to use Spring Boot for Java as back-end programming. I learned how to create a Github profile and upload my Java projects. I was given the ability to create my own website. I fought to go to class everyday to learn for 3 months. It was an in person class from 8am-5pm. We all had to put our primary jobs on hold or cut back on the hours to be in the class. This is a major need to know before jumping into any boot camp. Have a savings that can hold you up for 3 months or at least a support system that can have you work some hours without drowning in debt. This may seem ridiculous or an outlandish tip. But I speak from experience, I no longer have a vehicle due to my lack of hours and lack of employment for 3 months. I had been struggling before the class. I did look at this class as a bright light to all the over whelming debt I had been consumed by. Realistically, some financial stability is key to be able to join any boot camp. Good luck.
    And may the odds be ever in your Favor.

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  • Anonymous
    November 21, 2019 at 7:33 am

    Tech Talent South in New Orleans, LA was a perfect fit for my needs. Other programs in the city were just not an option due to the scheduling demands, and also tuition cost. I was working my regular full time job while attending, so having the option to attend the part time code immersion program was great. The instructor was an actual developer, and not just a teacher, so his real world insight was awesome. The instructor was very approachable, available, and eager to help. You could tell he really wanted you to understand before moving forward, instead of just blasting through the material. Probably the best aspect of this particular school, in New Orleans specifically was the local community development leader, Mary. She puts together tours of local tech companies, schedules guest speakers before class, and puts together events around town. These tours, speakers, and events were fantastic especially being that I am making a transition into tech from a completely different industry. The people I’ve met, and the advice that I received has been tremendous! This alone is worth attending the school. As far as the curriculum goes, I would only say that I would like to see the part time program be extended. It was an 8 week course, which I’m fine with, but given that class was only twice a week, I feel like if it was longer, that would give more time to dive into different subjects a little deeper. For anyone looking to attend their part time program, I would recommend finding your favorite resource to go in tandem with what you are covering in class. You do have homework while going through, which is helpful, but for me it helped to solidify things hearing the same things said a different way. Like all things in life, nothing is a proverbial golden ticket. Your success will ultimately come down to the work that you put in. There is no job guarantee after graduation. However, this shouldn’t hinder you, because the industry does hold bootcamp graduates in high esteem, because you come out of it with direct experience in the things that you will work with on the job. Do the work, attend the events, and network, and you will be successful. Like Grant Cardone says, “The only limit to the amount of success you have is the amount of action you take.” This program has been fantastic in my opinion I definitely recommend it to anyone looking into it in the New Orleans area.

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  • Anonymous
    December 11, 2019 at 7:30 am

    I am currently in the code immersion class in New Orleans and the class is very helpful so far with being introduced to the tech community. Our instructor Carlos is very knowledgeable and Mary Lachapelle is amazing with community outreach and networking. So glad I found Tech Talent South to start my tech career!

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  • Anonymous
    December 17, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Overall Experience:
    The staff of Tech Talent South have been incredibly supportive and welcoming. Tech Talent South’s approach helps foster passion and enthusiasm for learning and development.

    Curriculum:
    The curriculum is exactly what I expect to be covered in a Full-Stack Development boot camp.

    Instructors:
    Greg is excellent at adapting the curriculum and classroom activities to suit each students learning needs.

    Job Assistance:
    TTS has offered resume writing 1-on-1’s, networking events, and with the corporate training weekly meetings with the company sponsor.

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  • Anonymous
    December 23, 2019 at 7:29 am

    The audacious training supersedes tradition education, which works best for me as a non-traditional student 60 plus. My take away from the 8-week training is that I am in the “know” on the express high-way of technology. Before attending TTS training, it was just a dream, now it is a reality, and it has allowed me to step up my own game as it relates to my own Content Building and Branding Business. Therefore, the TTS training polished my ability to have confidence in identifying my own leadership qualities when speaking with clients, networking, and engaging in technology conversations. I am still a work in progress. Nonetheless, I have obtained CSS HTML and UX Design skills and I continue to perfect the concepts in ways that I amaze myself.

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