Resources and news for both potential and current software builders.
Short analysis about leads and interviews to know if coding bootcamps are worth it
Find the key opportunities that internships and bootcamps are have to prepare your company for challenging market demands in a post-pandemic world
Pandemic changes in coding. In the midst of Covid-19, 4Geeks has found its way to grow.
Ruby was a bad decision and after weeks of consideration between several programming languages we decided to start teaching Python at 4Geeks Academy
Working Full-Time During a Part-Time Bootcamp might be hard, but we have many students telling you that it's totally possible.
4Geeks is now offering an ISA (Income Sharing Agreement) for anyone looking to enroll in our Full-time programs.
We want to share our student’s stories, motivations and reasons.
There are many options to choose from but Part-Time is best for whoever wants to learn to code
There are many important elements to consider when you are choosing the best coding Bootcamp for you. We believe that you should address these four questions.
The stack of technologies included in a Syllabus actually matters. It does, sorry. We all know that.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic, web developers made an annual wage of $72,890 ?.
Education has always been a matter of “How to Pay?”, “Do I qualify?”, Am I going to be accepted?”, and then, again “How do I Pay that tuition?”.
Have you ever played The Sims or League of Legends? If you have, you familiar with the concept of “earning skills”
According to several reports, web developers made a median salary of $64,970. Graduates from a Bootcamp are earning around $50k-$55k per year.
Companies are looking for people with coding skills. Because they need people capable of understanding how a tech-related company works
Do you want to become a developer? You have 3 choices: College, bootcamps or learn by yourself. Is only fair that we let you test it out first.