6 Best Part-time Coding Bootcamps in NYC

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Learning how to code can be an awesome journey, but it’s often that we don’t actually have the time to follow this goal full-time, due to having to work office hours, or going to school so we thought we’d look into the 6 best part-time coding bootcamps in NYC.

Of course, if you have the necessary time, you might be interested in these Free or Cheap Coding Bootcamps in NYC, where you can learn a lot of interesting things and broaden your horizons.

When it comes to coding, there are just so many programming languages out there, that it might be difficult to pick just one. If you’re passionate about one of them in specific, you should look for classes regarding those exactly. In the meantime, we searched for bootcamps that offer part-time courses in a multitude of languages.

In order to create our list of best part-time coding bootcamps in NYC, first, we did a thorough Google search, going through many bootcamps offered in NYC. We also checked great database about everything in NYC – Class Curious, and then we handed out scores to bootcamps on several criteria. One of these criteria is the price – the cheaper the tuition, the more points they got. Another one is the length of the course, where the lengthier bootcamp received a higher score because you might just get to learn more things about your passion when you get guidance for a longer period of time. Lastly, the bootcamps further received extra point depending on the variety of courses they offer.

That being said, here are the 6 best part-time coding bootcamps in NYC.

6. Fullstack Academy

Score – 7

Fullstack Academy offers its Flex Immersive part-time program in the hopes of helping the world’s future software engineers. The entire idea behind the program is to help students who prefer not to leave their day jobs in their hunt for their next big coding job. However, they need to be prepared to learn quite a bit in the 24 weeks the course stretches over.

Students will learn about front-end development of both web and mobile applications, study HTML5 and CSS, or delve into back-end development by learning JavaScript. They’ll also learn about SQL databases, Redis or Mongo, as well as other real-world coding tools, such as Git, Github and more.

The on-campus portion of the course requires attendance 3 weeknights per week, as well as for 1 immersive weekend per month, when students spend all day Saturday and Sunday on campus. Of course, these all add to the remote classes students still have to take.

The tuition for the Flex Immersive course cost $15,680, with $1,000 being deduced for women as part of a scholarship that seeks to encourage more women to become a part of the tech workforce.

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