We have a ton of demand and we’re looking to continue to expand the experience to folks in other markets that can benefit from this model of education.
Dallas, Texas is a great place. It has incredible food and music. It is a haven for sports fans, despite harboring one of the more annoying teams in the NFL. It rarely snows, there are a multitude of awesome golf courses, and tons of artistically-talented individuals (see: people interested in coding) live in the area. What more do you want?
DevMountain, one of the leading coding bootcamps in the nation, already boasts locations in Provo and Salt Lake City, also great places. To satisfy the rising call for services, DevMountain is partnering with co-working space Dallas Fort Work to bring their accelerated learning model to the citizens of Texas.
“We have a ton of demand and we’re looking to continue to expand the experience to folks in other markets that can benefit from this model of education,” said DevMountain CEO Cahlan Sharp.
The Dallas bootcamp will open its doors on October 19 and follow the same training regimen as the Provo and Salt Lake locations: 13 weeks, 10–12 hours per day. If you’re ready to commit 4+ months to cutting your coding chops in the fine city of Dallas, then apply.
To learn more about DevMountain’s decision to expand into Dallas, read their blog post explaining the matter.