While our list isn’t exhaustive, we believe these are some of the best coding courses in San Francisco.
General Assembly has 20 campuses around the globe where they teach technology, design and business. Lucky for San Francisco, General Assembly was one of the first bootcamps in town when they opened in shop in 2013.
Fun fact, One Month teacher and co-founder Chris Castiglione taught the first-ever coding course at the GA San Francisco when it opened in 2012.
2. Hack Reactor
Rated one of the best options by outlets like Course Report and SwitchUp, San Francisco just so happens to be the location of the company’s headquarters. Hack Reactor offers part-time, full-time, in-person, and online coding course options that teaches programmers-to-be how to think like programmers in addition to the ability to code. One major bonus for dog owners is that their campuses are pup-friendly. 🐶
3. App Academy
App Academy’s curriculum offers a focus on career coaching. The unique thing about App Academy, that none of the other coding courses offer, is that they only charge you once you’re hired as a developer.
The way App Academy works is they select students based on skills and require a refundable deposit of $3,000 that you get back if you’re not placed in a job that lands you at least $50,000 in compensation. Of course this means that App Academy is more competitive to join, but once you’re in there are some serious cost benefits!
Geared towards college students and recent graduates, Horizon’s School of Technology is one of the best coding bootcamps in San Francisco. Horizon’s takes a full-on immersive approach to teaching its students to code. The first eight weeks are spent learning to code and the final two focus on building an individual idea, bringing the full term of the coding bootcamp to 10 weeks.
Marketed as a way to “future proof your career,” Springboard offers mentorship by industry professionals and assistance with job placement in addition to coding classes. Their courses are organized into tracks like the Data Science Engineer Career Track that’s more of a bootcamp than a course, but they also offer self-paced individual courses on technology like Python as well.
Parting Thoughts on Coding Courses in San Francisco
Because at One Month, we believe that each person’s approach to learning to code is unique, we’re always here and happy to help answer any questions you might have. This roundup is intended to be a starter for your San Francisco coding course research but remember that every learner’s needs and style are different so the key is figuring out what works best for you. If you need a little more guidance than what you found here, just leave a comment below or reach out to our friendly support staff!
Looking to get the most out of your coding course?
If you’re considering diving into an immersive bootcamp, you might first want to check out some of the free coding courses online so you can absorb the basics before diving head deep into an expensive bootcamp.
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