Our Bootcamp Lifecycle

Coding Temple’s courses start long before you set foot in the classroom. Explore the complete lifecycle of our courses to understand the process.

The Application Process

Once you’ve determined that you’re ready to enroll in one of our courses, the application process consists of the following steps:

– Complete an application

– Discussing goals and expectations with Admissions Team

– Instructor interview and technical screening

– Discussing payment and financing options


Once admitted into a course, each student will be assigned pre-work that must be completed before the first in-class session.

Pre-work consists of approximately 40 to 60 dedicated hours of self-instruction, but students may seek assistance from the instructors as needed to complete the pre-work.

Most courses will also have a one hour orientation prior to the first day of class so students may meet the instructor and familiarize themselves with the facility.

In Class

Our courses are a blend of lecture and hands-on coding.

The instructors will explain technologies and provide code examples during class lecture.

After lectures, students will demonstrate their understanding of the material by completing their own applications and programming assignments. The instructors may provide additional assistance to students.

A typical class size will be 7-10 students. In addition to small class sizes, we also offer opportunities for one-on-one support from dedicated TA’s and our instructors for those times when you are challenged by a particular concept or issue.

Capstone Project

Students will be given a final project that demonstrates their competency as a full-stack developer, using the skills that they’ve learned throughout the course.

Students who satisfactorily complete the final project will have an impressive body of work to showcase to potential employers.

Job Prep

Students will receive job preparation throughout the course, including resume workshops, mock interviews, and portfolio showcases.

Additionally, throughout the course, students will be given exams and assignments that are very similar to the sort of technical challenges that many companies give to job applications.

Coding Temple’s commitment is to provide job preparation training and placement assistance to each student who completes the coursework.

Alumni Network

Coding Temple has set up an Alumni Network for students. Our alumni act as mentors for current students and guide them through the process of completing the course.

Coding Temple will periodically host alumni events for graduates of the program to reconnect and talk about their experiences after completing the program.


The skills and experience that students achieve at Coding Temple takes them a long way. We offer small classes, so students are able to have a more one on one interaction with our teachers. Our curriculum is designed to make students feel confident and be successful in the workforce once they have completed our course.

Campus Locations


222 W Ontario, #450

Chicago, IL 60654


281 Franklin St, Floor 2

Boston, MA 02110

Washington DC

80 M St SE

Washington, DC 20003


Contact Us


(773) 328-8471

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