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Full Stack Software Engineering Bootcamp

Monday - Friday: 9am - 3pm CST
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No Coding Experience? No Problem!

Our remote full stack software engineering bootcamp is designed for students with absolutely zero coding experience and comes equipped with a Career Services team focused on helping you get hired. Discover how our coding bootcamp with job placement assistance can get you started on the right path.

A Software Engineering Bootcamp Built Around Your Schedule

No matter what your schedule looks like, TrueCoders has an option that can work for you. Choose from our two software engineering course options:

9 Week Live Course

Our live software engineering bootcamp lasts 9 weeks, meeting Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm Central Time.
During our live software engineering bootcamp, you and your classmates will attend class virtually via Zoom, along with your instructors and teacher's assistants.

Self-Paced Course (Flex)

If you can't be available during the hours of our live course, our flex software engineering bootcamp gives you the flexibility tolearn on your own time and at your own speed.
With our self-paced course, you are able to start and finish our bootcamp at any time.

What Jobs Can I Get?

When you have finished the TrueCoders software engineering bootcamp, you will have the tools you need to perform a variety of jobs. Listed below are a few of the positions you will be qualified to fill, along with salary information. Salaries based on data acquired through Indeed. Results are not guaranteed and may vary based on many factors including location, interview performance, and experience.

Software Engineer

A software engineer is someone who designs, develops, and tests software programs. They use programming languages and various technologies to build software systems that run on computers, mobile devices, and other devices.
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Salary Data
Job TitleAverage Starting Salary
Software Engineer$81,755.00
C# Developer$70,899.00
.NET Developer$70,899.00
QA Automation Tester$68,535.00

Become a Software Engineer in 9 Weeks

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TrueCoders is a fantastic course for anyone who is either brand new to the tech field, or already has some previous programming experience. It is not an easy course for either level of experience!

Wesley Hendon

Junior Software Developer

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Unlimited 1-on-1 Instructor Support

Need some extra one-on-one time? Get the support you need, when you need it, from our team of instructors.
Our instructors and staff are on standby and always ready to help you learn. Schedule an appointment and get your questions answered. We have instructors available from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Central time daily, Monday through Friday, to assist you with any questions or issues you may be having with your coursework.

Monday - Friday9am - 7pm central
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Become a Software Engineer in 9 Weeks

Coding Labs

Join your fellow classmates and take part in collaborative labs led by Instructors
Tuesdays and Thursdays6:00pm - 7:00pm CST
Fridays1pm - 2pm CST
Coding Labs

Projects You'll Build

Showcase everything you learn in our software engineering bootcamp with hands on experience.
Use C# to parse Taco Bell locations across the country to find the two that are farthest apart
C#, .NET, Unit Testing, Test Driven Development, GeoCoordinates
Kanye and Ron Swanson
Simulate a conversation between Kanye West and Ron Swanson by calling two REST APIs
C#, .NET, APIs, RestSharp, Postman
Kanye and Ron Swanson
WeatherMap API
Use the OpenWeatherMap API to get weather data for a user-provided location
C#, .NET, APIs, Unit Testing, Unit Testing Driven Development, Restful Web Services, ASP.NET, HTML, CSS
WeatherMap API
Inventory Management Application
Hone your ASP.NET MVC skills: Implement CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) functionality into your app so users can manipulate the database through the web
C#, ASP.NET, MySQL, Dapper, HTML, CSS, Dependency Injection
Inventory Management Application

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Student Portal

Review lecture material, see your grades, submit assignments, and get feedback on your software engineering work all in one easy-to-use location that you'll have access to forever, so you can always come back and review concepts until you feel you have mastered them.


Lecture Material
And Much More!
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Active Discord Community

Our Discord community is a vibrant hub of activity, where students like you can connect and collaborate with each other and get help from our dedicated Instructors.
With real-time support for our software engineering bootcamp, you'll never have to struggle through a coding challenge alone. Whether you're stuck on a difficult problem or need a second pair of eyes to review your code, our Instructors are available to help.
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Getting Started
  • Setting up a 1 on 1

  • Using Discord

  • Lab Meetings

  • Introduction to the Lecture Material

Module 1
  • C# Accounts & Downloads

  • SSH Key Setup

  • Git: Intro

  • Git: Branching and Merging

  • Git: Conflict Resolution

  • C#: Intro to C# with Command Line

  • C#: Value and Reference Types

  • C#: Variables

  • C#: Methods

  • Career Services: Create a Rough Draft of your Resume

  • Module 1 Review

Module 2
  • C#: Operators

  • C#: Selection Statements

  • C#: Syntax and Syntax Sugar

  • C#: Iteration Statements

  • Weekly Challenges Intro

  • Intro to Codewars

  • Codewars Score of 15 Points or Greater

  • C#: Method Overloading

  • Weekly Challenges Set 2

  • C#: Arrays and Lists

  • C#: Classes

  • Career Services: Create your LinkedIn Profile

  • Module 2 Review

Module 3
  • C#: Encapsulation

  • Weekly Challenges Set 3

  • C#: Inheritance

  • C#: Static Keyword

  • C#: Abstract Classes

  • Career Services: Build your Professional Brand

  • Module 3 Review

Module 4
  • C#: Interfaces

  • C#: Factory Pattern

  • C#: LINQ

  • Weekly Challenges Set 4

  • C#: Debugging

  • C#: Exception Handling

  • Career Services: Networking

Module 5
  • C#: Test Driven Development

  • Codewars Score of 50 points or greater

  • TacoParser Project

  • C# Basics Quiz

  • FizzBuzz White Board Challenge

  • SQL Intro

  • SQL Joins

  • SQL Basics Quiz

  • SQL Codewars Kata (OG)

  • Career Services: The TrueCoders Proximity Process

  • Career Services: Submit a list of the informational interviews you have conducted

Module 6
  • Weekly Challenges set 5 & 6

  • ORM and Dapper

  • SQL Advanced Quiz

  • APIs and JSON

  • Codewars Score of 85 points or greater

  • HTML Intro

  • CSS Intro

  • JS: Intro and Variables

  • JS: Loops

  • JS: Functions

  • Career Services: How to Build Experience without Experience

Module 7
  • ASP.NET Core MVC Intro (1)

  • ASP.NET Core MVC View Product (2)

  • ASP.NET Core MVC Update Product (3)

  • ASP.NET Core MVC Create Product (4)

  • ASP.NET Core MVC Delete Product (5)

  • Codewars Score of 140 points or greater

  • Career Services: Watch Top 10 Interview Questions

Module 8 - Creating Your Final Project
  • Ideas and Inspiration for Final Projects

  • Submit Your Final Project Idea

  • Begin Working on Final Project

  • Codewars Score of 210 points or greater

  • Career Services: Mock Interviews Round 1

Module 9 - Graduation!
  • Career Services: Submit Final Resume & Final LinkedIn

  • Portfolio Website Ideas Showcase

  • Final Project Code Review - TURN IN YOUR FINAL PROJECT

  • Creating a Video Demo

  • Career Services: Mock Interviews Round 2

  • Schedule a Meeting with Career Services

  • Sign up for & personalize your Diploma!

  • Post Graduation Weekly Itinerary

Additional Resources
  • IDE Parts: Google Chrome Inspector

  • Mastering Software Engineering with ChatGPT

  • Creating a Readme on Github

  • Big O Notation and Time Complexities

  • Naming Convention Cheat Sheet

  • Publishing to Microsoft Azure

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Software Engineering Bootcamp

We know you have questions about our software engineering bootcamp. To help you, we have answered a few of the most common questions we hear below.

Can a Bootcamp Make You a Software Engineer?

Yes, a software engineering bootcamp can definitely help you become a software engineer. Our bootcamps offer immersive and focused learning experiences that are designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge in a relatively short period of time. While a bootcamp alone may not make you a complete software engineer, it can provide a solid foundation and jumpstart your career in the field. It's important to note that continuous learning, practice, and real-world experience are also crucial for further growth as a software engineer.

How Long Are Software Engineering Bootcamps?

The duration of software engineering bootcamps can vary depending on the couse you choose. Our full time bootcamp is a 9 week live course, while our part-time bootcamp is self-paced which usually extends beyond the 9 week course. The length of our bootcamp is designed to provide an immersive learning experience that covers essential software engineering concepts and allows sufficient time for hands-on projects and practical application of skills.

Are Software Engineering Bootcamps Worth It?

The value of a software engineering bootcamp depends on your individual circumstances, learning style, and career goals. Bootcamps with TrueCoders can be highly effective for individuals looking to transition into a new career or upskill quickly. They offer a condensed and focused learning experience, practical projects, mentorship, and often provide networking opportunities.

How Much Does a Software Engineering Bootcamp Cost?

The cost of software engineering bootcamps can vary significantly depending on factors such as location, program duration, curriculum depth, and additional resources offered. On average, bootcamps may range from a few thousand dollars to over $20,000. It's essential to research and compare different bootcamp options, taking into consideration the quality of instruction, industry connections, job placement rates, and overall value for the investment. Financial assistance, scholarships, and financing options may also be available to help make bootcamps more accessible.

Let TrueCoders Help You Discover a Better Future

Whether you need a full-time coding bootcamp or part-time coding bootcamp, TrueCoders has a software engineering bootcamp that will work with your schedule to get you the tools you need to launch a new career or boost your current career. You may also want to take a look at our web development bootcamp option to see if its curriculum and career options better align with your long-term goals.. Contact us today to find out more about any of our bootcamps and how they can help take your career and life in a new direction.