Coding

Rutgers Coding Bootcamp Students Give Back to Communities in Need

Some people spend their lives putting others first. Anthony Delgado and Mohammed Wardeh are among those people. After graduating from Rutgers Coding Bootcamp, both experienced major changes in their lives. For Anthony, the bootcamp ignited a passion for hackathons. For Mohammed, it opened doors to a new career and a brighter financial future for his family.  Grateful for their transformative…

10 Tips for Effective Online Learning

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Thanks to the many advancements in modern technology, an online education has become more accessible than ever before, allowing learners to receive the same high-quality experience and outcomes offered by traditional education via a virtual experience. The recent weeks have witnessed an increasing number of schools and universities around the world transition to online-only learning,…

10 Effective Job Search Strategies

Charles Gedeon

After selling the tech start-up he co-founded, Charles Gedeon wondered what to tackle next. While handling operations at his company, he’d always been fascinated by the work done by the coders on his team, so that seemed like a good place to start.  “That whole process pulled me in,” Charles said. “So I started dabbling…

5 Tips for Coding Bootcamp Success (From a Graduate)

Evan Bartlik was not a complete stranger to coding when he signed up for the Rutgers Coding Bootcamp. A Rutgers graduate with a degree in Information Technology and Informatics, Evan had been involved in technology for much of his adult life. After working as a systems specialist at Automated Logic Corporation, he had become well-versed in a…

3 Reasons to Get in Front of the Class and Teach

Dan Vassallo

By Dan Vassallo The moment I was taught how to boot up Classic Concentration through DOS I became obsessed with computers. As a kid, I spent quite a bit of time in the computer lab at the vocational school where my father taught a commercial art class. I was always interested in what he was…

Celebrating Women In Tech This Mother’s Day: Video

This Mother's Day, we're reflecting on the incredible women in tech. We are inspired by the talented women who have either gone through our boot camp programs, lead our classes as instructors, or support our students as teaching assistants or support staff. Thank you for making an impact on our future as you help to advance the technology industry! Watch…

Anthony Delgado: The Power of Upward Mobility

Anthony Delgado always wanted to use his coding knowledge for good. After graduating from Rutgers Coding Bootcamp in 2017, he started participating in hackathons, pitching ideas for philanthropic coding projects. But he wasn’t content with just attending. Passionate for disruption, Anthony launched his own hackathons. In June 2017, he hosted a Global AI Hackathon that…

Student Spotlight: Two Entrepreneurs with a Passion for Code

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Anthony Delgado and Joe Pulaski (JP) are recent graduates of the Rutgers Coding Bootcamp Class of 2017. Upon graduation, Anthony and JP went on to win multiple Hack-a-thons and recently started their own business, Good, Inc.  They shared how the boot camp experience has impacted their careers and how they’re using their newfound skills in the marketplace.…

8 Signs Coding Bootcamp is Right For You

Is Coding Bootcamp for me

It’s no mystery that the technology is growing at an exponential rate. Billions of people around the world have a computer or smartphone within reach for most of their day, and digital solutions are spreading into many aspects of daily life. With this change comes the need to adapt, and learning web development is a…

What Employers Think About Coding Bootcamp Grads

Coding Bootcamp Employers

According to Indeed.com, 72% of employers think that coding bootcamp students are “just as prepared” to be high performers as college graduates. This means great things for those of you that are hesitant to join a coding bootcamp, for fear that your time spent won’t be as “worthwhile” as a traditional degree holders’.   Applicants…