Since Code Platoon launched in 2016, our mission has been to prepare veterans and military spouses to become professional software developers. Our students have, over those years, completed ten 14-week sessions (cohorts). A key component of our mission is to make our students ‘professional,’ which to us sets the bar of not only teaching students… Continue Reading CODE PLATOON GRADUATE OUTCOMES REPORT, AUGUST 2020
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At Code Platoon, we track national demand for programming languages so that our Veterans and military spouses are trained with the best tools for a career in software development. When you’re deciding which programming language to learn, the following demand-based insights complement a much broader strategy. We first wrote a version of this article in… Continue Reading The Best Paying and Most In-Demand Programming Languages in 2020
As a coding boot camp, Code Platoon provides more than just basic training on software programming for our students. We want to provide the best possible coding boot camp experience a veteran, service member, or military spouse can have, bar none. That way, the veterans we serve have an option that is not only custom-fit… Continue Reading What sets Code Platoon apart from other coding bootcamps?
Sailors and soldiers on active duty who are transitioning out of active military service may be eligible for the DoD SkillBridge program. In the Army, this program is also called Career Skills. At Code Platoon, our mission is to help veterans and military spouses get into valuable new careers, and the SkillBridge program aligns with… Continue Reading SkillBridge and Code Platoon