One bootcamp at a time
codEd is a community of new and experienced developers who collaboratively create new possibilities. We offer a 3-month bootcamp to hand-chosen professionals from around the world with no coding experience. During this 3-month period, our bootcamp apprentices work together to build mobile and web app-based solutions.
At the end of each bootcamp, we host Demo Day to show off the apps and talent we've developed to recruiters, Inc. 5000 hiring directors and investors.
Our next bootcamp begins May 27th, 2014. Accepted students can choose taking the course Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30-9 p.m., or Saturdays from 2-7 p.m.
Mike teaches the App Factory bootcamp and mentors newbie coders as they build their first apps. Mike's latest open-source creation with with Bootcamp 4 is ResLift.
Emily manages day-to-day operations at codEd. As a codEd bootcamp alumni and app developer, Emily focuses on enriching the apps and educational programs at codEd.
Robert is a graphic designer and full-stack developer. Early in 2014, Robert co-founded Print Hint through the codEd's App Factory program.
Sean is a full-stack developer and penetration tester, specializing in Phonegap app development for iPhone and Android.
Nin is a full-stack developer and penetration tester. In early 2014, Nin co-founded TotText. Nin currently helps consult for app devlopment among our startups.
Dan is a marketing genius and codEd alumni. In early 2014, Dan founded ChairMix. Dan is currently working to develop Uno Dos Dan.
After the first month of the bootcamp, apprentices are placed in groups of 4 to complete their final projects for debut at Demo Day. Each student is required to commit at least 6 hours to app development practice with their respective team outside of class.
During the third month of the bootcamp, teams work to submit and release their apps in the Android and Apple app stores for availability by Demo Day. Students work to ensure their payment processing, advertising, and all functional components of their apps are operational and tested. Students collaborate via GitHub to share and manage development projects to garner hands-on experience in deploying apps with team members.
There's only one way to graduate from codEd's App Factory bootcamp: release an app and website. Once students graduate, we offer career placement services through our new platform ResLift to market newly acquired skillset to top employers. Additionally, we work closely with startups that receive funding and provide winning strategies for integrating codEd alumni and apprentices into these startups for maximum output.