Code Platoon devotion to the veteran community is unprecedented. The lead instructor, Jon, is uniquely qualified to get veterans into the tech community. He cares about the students and is a real fan of the technologies he teaches.
In the 14 weeks of study, I acquired a greater depth of knowledge in Software Development than I could have attained in over a year of studying on my own. The quality of instruction and depth of understanding gained in each area is unparalleled.
If you are a Veteran and are looking at Developer Bootcamps, Code Platoon is the best choice by far. I went from an under employed Veteran with no idea what I was going to do to a software engineer at an awesome company, in less than a year. Full reviewJohn C., Bravo Platoon Graduate, U.S. Marines
Take all of that and add a generous tuition-assistance program coupled with companies willing to grant internship slots to new graduates, and you have a package that is unmatched by any other boot camp.
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Generous scholarships and GI Bill acceptance lower tuition cost by 80% to 100% of the average code bootcamp cost.
A strong network provides internship and full-time opportunities with placement rates comparable to top schools.
Diverse military experience from a close-knit student-body with a personal support system and culture of camaraderie.
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