FAQ


1.What coding language should the students start with as a beginner?

HTML / CSS

We recommend HTML and CSS first. If you are interested in developing games or software that works on the web (home page), you should study HTML first. HTML is the first language you need to learn to study the web programming language PHP or JavaScript. HTML needs to be studied with CSS, which is the most basic and essential scripting language for creating website(homepages).

Python

We recommend Python next. Python is one of the most widely used languages ​​in large corporations such as Google and Naver, because it is easier to learn than any general purpose programming language such as C, Java, PHP, JavaScript, etc. and has excellent performance and scalability. Python has a pretty approachable syntax and is relatively easy to pick up. However, EZ Coding school doesn’t start students out with Python in our courses because it isn’t super engaging for students who aren’t immediately passionate about coding. That said, it’s an in-demand language that can be used in a wide range of circumstances, from web development to data science. So, if the students are already super engaged in their coding education, we highly recommend they learn Python in addition to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

C

Because C ++, PHP, Java, and other languages ​​are based on C, you can learn C language, C ++, C #, Objective C, C language as well as Java, PHP and JavaScript. It helps. The only drawback is that the grammar is a bit trickier than Python, which is a similar language, so it’s hard for beginners to feel it.

2. Can the students change other course in the middle of the class?

Who are the teachers?

All of our instructors have technical training through a university, and they have all worked professionally on-site as software engineers.

What makes you different than other options?

The biggest difference is our small class sizes. You’re going to be in a group of just 4-12 people, and the help ratio will always be 6:1 for in-person classes. This allows the teachers to immediately identify and react to any learning roadblocks. In many ways, this will feel like personalized tutoring in a group setting.

Can I change to the other course later?

The first four weeks of the 4-week Bootcamp course are the same as the 8-week Bootcamp course. As such, students can decide to upgrade to 4-week course and extend their learning with the capstone portion (last four weeks) of 8-week course However, pricing for the upgrade changes based on when the decision is made.

$1,480 before 1st day of 2nd four week of 8-week class (no additional fee)(

Can I take the capstone portion of 4-week Bootcamp and skip the first four weeks?

For the intermediate student that would like to bypass our 2nd four weeks in 8-week course and attend only the last four weeks of the Bootcamp Prep course, the tuition is: $1920.

NOTE: Students must be approved by an instructor to bypass the first four week of 4-week course.

3. What skills will I gain after EZ Coding Bootcamp?

Students will learn from instructors who have an average of 20 years of experience working in the field, and will gain an understanding of the foundational computer science concepts and theory and programming skills necessary for a professional software developer, with special emphasis on practical application, techniques, and tools. At the end of the course, we want students’ first experience with coding to be fun, engage their creativity and critical thinking, and build real skills.

What students will learn during the course.

Becoming a software developer is about learning a way of thinking, not just about expertise with a specific set of tools. Frameworks come and go, but the skills we teach will serve you well no matter what you may go on to do in the future: back-end engineering, iOS development, big data, etc. For that reason, we also teach good software design and best-practices, algorithms and data structures, and code readings.

After taking this course, students will be able to:

• Solve common coding problems with web programming language.
• Launch an interactive web application using the techniques and tools you’ve learned!

Many students decide they love coding enough to begin a career change. Students are often accepted immediately to top-rated bootcamps afterwards.

4. Who should apply?

Our courses do not require any prior coding experience, but we do need you to already be comfortable using a computer.Students with little to no programming experience in the industry, need only provide the enthusiasm, hunger and dedication to learning and EZ Coding BootCamp will provide an environment for becoming a software developer.The program is fun yet intense so that students leave knowing that they are ready to become professional developers.

1) To build up Career(the working adult/Student)

You’ve always wanted to learn to code, but you can’t give up your day job. So you’ve been interested in learning code but you don’t know where to start.
We understand you’re busy, and finding a coding boot camp that’s right for you and can also cater to your existing schedule is difficult. Anyone with a 9-5 can understand the challenges of trying to take on a new hobby, and coding is no exception.

2) For an entrepreneur

You’re an entrepreneur who wants to go “all-in” on a business idea and learn the necessary skills to build it from the ground up.

If you’re looking to launch a business from nothing, then learning code is a great way to do it. Plunging into the web development space will allow you to take your best ideas and turn them into a reality. You’ll also save costs by being able to do most of the leg-work yourself.

Being part of a coding boot camp gives you the chance to meet other creative-minded people, that can help you expand your ideas, collaborate, and see things from a different perspective.

3) For students

Parents are constantly asking us which coding language we recommend starting with and why. In this post, we want to walk you through our proposed pathways for new coders of various student ages.

Before we jump into our recommendations for specific age-ranges, we think it’s important to look at the big picture. Most importantly, although we believe in teaching real languages that are actually used by professionals, we also acknowledge that much could change by the time our students enter the working world. Given that new languages pop up pretty often, there should be two primary objectives for any coding education experience:

• Getting students interested in coding
• Teaching them how to learn new languages quickly

Specific technical skills do matter, but only to a certain point – it’s the enduring and fundamental concepts of programming that are truly important. That’s why we decided to focus our curriculum on these overarching objectives, but we also make sure to use the skills and techniques that are currently in demand professionally.As we mentioned above, becoming a software developer is about learning a way of thinking, not just about expertise with a specific set of tools. Frameworks come and go, but the skills we teach will serve you well no matter what you may go on to do in the future: back-end engineering, iOS development, big data, etc. For that reason, we also teach good software design and best-practices, algorithms and data structures, and code readings.

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