From Apprentice to Master
Learn .NET/C# or Java in an accelerated, hands-on 12-week program.
Why Choose The Software Guild?
Apprentices learn the languages employers want
* Statistics from Akron, Ohio location, updated July 2015. Placement rate is the ratio of certificate holders actively seeking employment who have been offered employment in the field within 90 days of graduation.
Master Instructors average more than 10 years of industry experience
More than 100 employers in our network
"I found a job doing what I love and I would highly recommend this to people who are equally as passionate about technology."− Anthony Corso
"I would not have gotten this much individualized attention if I had gone to one of the larger bootcamps."− Eden Full
"Everywhere I go people are floored that I have only been coding 12 weeks."− Colin Detweiller
"It is a great learning environment, great support after hours and after you have completed the course, and above all, it will challenge you to become the best programmer you can be."− Douglas Lecker
"If you have the potential to grasp this material AND you put in some serious hard work, you will come out of this program with a solid foundation in ASP.NET C# programming."− Kevin Djordjevic
"12 weeks ago, I didn't know the first thing about software development. This morning, I accepted a job offer from a company that wants me to be a software engineer. I spent the rest of my morning politely declining three other job offers I received. The guild works. During your time here, you will be trained as a full stack developer."− Brian Kurr
"Excellent training program and community! Coming in, I had some prior background in development, having studied Java, C++, and VB.NET back in high school, but that was almost a decade ago. Yesterday, eleven and a half weeks later, a few days before the completion of the program, I just received and accepted an offer from my top pick at the top end of what I was looking for!"− Colin Purvis
"The guild gave me all the tools I needed to build an app from the ground up. If desired, one could easily continue on their own building a few apps or some sort of business with the right kind of backing. They showed how easy it is to grab tools online and integrate them into your programs. "− Alex Kaidan