Summary of Tech Elevator Coding Bootcamp Review (.NET)

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The YouTube video reviews the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp. It discusses the benefits of the program, including the quality of the instructors and the support network available to students. However, it also notes that some students may find the material challenging and that the program does not always prepare students well for the job search.

  • 00:00:00 The three interviewees graduated from a coding bootcamp a few months ago and are looking for jobs. Greg found a job in an educational service center and Tim is looking for a similar position. They both said that the program was challenging, with Tim noting that the language used was different from what he was used to and Greg noting that he was not given any direction or help from his superiors.
  • 00:05:00 The narrator left college to pursue a career in development, and ultimately chose Tech Elevator because it was recommended to her by a friend. She found the program to be comprehensive and had a good career placement record.
  • 00:10:00 The video covers the bootcamp curriculum, which focuses on learning various programming languages, and the instructors' experience and qualifications. While the bootcamp is comprehensive and provides a good foundation for a career in programming, some students may find it rushed and lacking in personal attention.
  • 00:15:00 This YouTube video reviews the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp, which was offered to graduates of the .NET programming course who enrolled in April 2020. The bootcamp was well-handled, despite the sudden change in instructor. The main challenge for the cohort was transitioning from easier material to more difficult material.
  • 00:20:00 The Tech Elevator coding bootcamp offers a three-month program that teaches basic coding skills. The bootcamp requires a short online pre-test and an interview, and the successful students are then placed in a cohort with other students. The cohort graduates in three months. Some students dropped out for various reasons, but all graduates were placed in a career field. The most valuable thing the bootcamp taught the students was how to teach themselves how to code.
  • 00:25:00 The video reviews three coding bootcamps, comparing their strengths and weaknesses. One of the bootcamps had a small cohort size, and the other two had a larger cohort size. All three programs had two teachers. The ratings of the three bootcamps were averaged to give a rating of 3 out of 5.
  • 00:30:00 The coding bootcamp reviewed in the video offered 13 sessions with approximately the same size class. The instructors were always willing to answer questions and were supportive throughout the class. One issue the student experienced was that they were not able to ask questions in a way that was easily understood by the instructors. After learning how to ask questions, the student felt that they were able to learn more effectively. Furthermore, the student said that they would recommend the bootcamp to others because of the supportive environment and the ability to ask any question at any time.
  • 00:35:00 This YouTube video reviews the experience of a csharp programmer who attended a coding bootcamp taught by Matt Eland. They discuss the bootcamp's cohort size (approximately 18 to 20 students), the quality of the instructors, and the support network available to students. The reviewer compliments Eland on his teaching skills and notes that, although there are flaws, Eland is a good example of an ideal instructor.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses how some students find themselves struggling to understand the material, and how helpful it can be to see a professor or other students in the class. It is important to be prepared for a professional developer position, and the program at this bootcamp was not as important as the way in which the students were learning and handling issues.
  • 00:45:00 The YouTube video reviews the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp, which it says provides a good foundation for finding a developer job. However, the author feels that the bootcamp did not prepare him well for the job search and he recommends additional self-learning after the program. He was able to find a job about a month after graduating the bootcamp.
  • 00:50:00 According to the reviewer, the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp offered a good amount of support, including post-graduate job assistance, for six months after you graduate. However, the reviewer felt that the pathway was too optimistic and that the energy was not as great as it once was.
  • 00:55:00 The video reviews the benefits and drawbacks of attending a coding bootcamp. It states that, although the bootcamp offers great support, the majority of students who attend end up finding employment elsewhere within six months.

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This YouTube video reviews the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp, which is a six-month program that teaches students how to code in .NET. The reviewer provides a detailed overview of the program, including the pros and cons of the program. Overall, the reviewer believes that the program is great for those interested in learning to code, but there are some areas where improvement could be made.

  • 01:00:00 The video provides a comprehensive overview of the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp, detailing the pros and cons of the program. Some students find the six-month timeframe challenging, while others appreciate the hand-feeding approach. As the video points out, a majority of graduates find jobs in software engineering, but there is a small percentage of graduates who go into other positions.
  • 01:05:00 The reviewer believes that, while the program is great overall, there are some areas where improvement could be made. Specifically, the reviewer feels that the instructor's check-ins could be more frequent, and that reinforcement of skills during the program would be helpful.
  • 01:10:00 The pathway program at Tech Elevator is a strong, supportive program that helps students develop their coding skills. Students who are struggling or are confused are helped by the instructors and classmates, and the program is designed to help students transition into larger companies.
  • 01:15:00 This YouTube video reviews a coding bootcamp, Tech Elevator. Greg Murphy, the creator of the bootcamp, provides a detailed description of the program and how it has helped him. He also mentions that he is currently looking for work, and if anyone is interested in working with him, they can reach out to him on his LinkedIn profile or through his website. Finally, Noelle River provides a brief description of herself and her work as a writer and artist.
  • 01:20:00 The video features a review of the Tech Elevator coding bootcamp, which is offered as a paid course through Patreon. The reviewer thanks Patreon supporters for their help in funding the course, and mentions that all future episodes are also supported through Patreon.

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