Coding Dojo has made Onsite Virtual Bootcamp a temporary standard at all of its campuses in response to the spread of COVID-19. This program will be available to students all across the country. Students can achieve their life-changing goal of learning how to code at home or anywhere else they have minimal contact with the virus. Coding Dojo’s 14-week coding bootcamp is held on our campuses. This was the norm, but Coding Dojo allows students who need to finish their education in the event of unforeseeable circumstances to use an onsite virtual track.
On-site Virtual vs. Regular On-Campus Bootcamp
Only the difference is that you can learn online and return to campus when your campus permits. What’s more, onsite virtual, just like our onsite bootcamp is designed to teach 3 full programming stacks that are highly sought after by the top companies around the world in 14 weeks.
With 3 full stacks of software under your belt, you’ll be a self-sufficient developer
Get the same career support as during the Onsite Bootcamp
You should dedicate as much time as you can to your onsite bootcamps (on the average, 60-70 hours per week).
Participate in live lectures and one-on-1 discussions with your instructors.
At the end of each stack, take your belt exams.
Manage and complete projects.
Get to know your classmates who make bootcamp so enjoyable.
What technology does Onsite Virtual use for students and teachers?
Onsite Virtual covers every aspect of bootcamp, from lectures to assignments to feedback from the community to group discussions. Students and teachers will benefit from the most intuitive and user-friendly tech to support the biggest pillars of bootcamp.
Zoom will host lectures
Zoom, the world’s most popular video conferencing system, will allow teachers to present graphics and visual aids during lectures. Students can also use the system to give feedback and ask questions in written or audio format.
Assignments & Exams via Learning Portal
The Learning Portal at Coding Dojo will continue to be the place for all assignments, program materials, and related exams. Keep working hard and you’ll be fine.
Walkabout – Community activity and social learning
What to expect from your virtual campus?
Chat and collaboration via live chat with your classmates or instructors
Screen-sharing with your classmates
You can check in with your classmates online and see who is there live on your virtual campus
Remote programming is the best way to learn.
If you’re looking to become a programmer and are willing to work 70 hours a week in a coding bootcamp, then you’re not shy about taking on challenges. Keep your Career Service Managers and instructors informed about how the Onsite Virtual program is going. You’ll be surprised at how much you can accomplish each day.