800 hours of hyper-relevant training. Not just how to code, but how to work well.
2-4 impressive projects - both individual and in collaboration with other students.
Field trips, guest speakers, exclusive job fair & drop-ins from community leaders.
Your instructor taught a similar course in San Francisco this summer. His students were complete beginners. Now they're employed as web developers making $60-90k.
It takes more than coding know-how to teach this kind of course. We've spent months fine-tuning our curriculum, improving our instructional techniques, and learning what Omaha's employers value.
In addition to their own projects, our students will maintain and improve real, live products - like Omawho.com. During the course, students will field bug reports and implement new features.
Combined with the intensive curriculum, work on real projects - using industry-standard methodologies - will prepare our students to hit the ground running in their future jobs.
We turn beginners into hireable web developers in 12 weeks. That means you learn much, much more than "how to code". You'll learn how to think like a software engineer. And you will build real products using ultramodern technologies that you often teach yourself as you go, like you would in the workplace. Sumeet Jain, Lead Instructor
One of the best ways to build modern web applications. Learn it — and how it works.
Master semantic markup and efficient style to build elegant interfaces for any device.
Learn the behavioral layer to add dynamism and personality to your applications.
Understand and practice this respected methodology for creating robust and maintainable code.
Become an adaptable and compassionate developer who can iterate quickly.
Manage your code versions and collaborate with other programmers (and non-programmers!).
jQuery, CoffeeScript, SASS, HAML, Jekyll, WordPress, and other forms of magic.
Learn and practice different ways to ship your application.
Develop the ability to communicate and interpret complex ideas clearly and develop an eye for detail.
Become an effective, independent, and kind web developer. Learn presentation and interview skills.
Build an impressive portfolio and résumé. Practice real programming interview questions. Meet employers and other leaders in the Silicon Prairie.
Typical entry-level developers make $40-60k. We offer various scholarships and work on a case-by-case basis with students who would otherwise not be able to attend Omaha Code School.
All-day, every day. Weekends too.
The work and pace are intense. But you'll enjoy the work more than ever, and we have lots of sponsored events and other fun to keep it fresh.
We've got a huge, comfortable space. Talk to us about hosting your event here - we're cheap.