Get the Coding Skills You Need, Fast
Learn the fundamentals of Java or .NET/C#
If you’re interested in entering the world of software development, The Software Guild’s coding bootcamp in Minneapolis is perfect for you. Our apprentices can learn .NET/C# or Java, acquiring the skills necessary to prepare for jobs as junior-level software developers and embark on an exciting new career path.
Experienced Instructors, Proven Curriculum
Software Guild apprentices learn to code from instructors who have on average more than a decade’s worth of industry experience. Our programs utilize teaching methods that are proven to help you understand and retain all you learn. You’ll gain practical knowledge and sought-after skills you can then take with you into the workforce.
All Software Guild graduates have access to an extensive network of more than 450 employers who are ready to hire skilled candidates. Even after you graduate, you’ll have access to Software Guild curricula, so you can continue to improve your skills. And our alumni network is 600-plus strong, many of whom are ready to network with you and help you grow your career. At The Software Guild’s Minneapolis location, we’re more than a bootcamp — we’re a way of life.Get Started
Learn Software Development One Badge at a TimeOur Coding Badges provide a flexible way to learn .NET/C# or Java
Learn to code on your schedule in our online Coding Badges program. The program divides your tuition — and the skills you acquire — across four budget-friendly levels, with discounts worth up to $1,000. Start by earning a Level 1 badge in programming basics and then code your way to a Level 4 badge in full-stack software development. The flexible program provides the technical skills, credentials and career support you need to become a junior software developer.
Technologies Covered Include:
- Microsoft Visual Studio
- C# Syntax
- NUnit framework
- .NET Collections
- Tiered Application Design
- ASP.NET Web API
- Razor HTML Helpers
- ASP.NET MVC
- Model Binding
- Stored Procedures
- Entity Framework
- ASP.NET Identity
- Java Syntax
- JUnit Framework
- Java Collections
- Lambda Expressions
- Spring Framework
- Tiered Application Design
- Spring Web MVC
- JavaServer Pages
- Spring JdbcTemplate
- Java Persistence API (JPA)
- Spring MVC Security
As one of the most popular coding languages in use, Java enables developers to write applications that can be run on almost any operating system. It is integrated into popular web browsers and can be applied to work on virtually every internet-connected device available. In industries like manufacturing and technology, Java is in high demand, making it a smart choice for future developers who are ready to begin a successful career in software development.
Also one of the most commonly used coding languages, .NET/C# developers are able to build a wide variety of applications that run on the .NET framework. It allows software developers to create Windows client applications, XML web services and more. The .NET framework is both in demand and straightforward, making it a smart choice for future developers who are interested in pursuing careers in the business world and other industries, such as finance and manufacturing.
Where You Could Work
You don’t need to go to Silicon Valley to gain Silicon Valley skills. Louisville is nicknamed Possibility City because here, anything can happen. The Software Guild is situated at the best location for a coding bootcamp in Louisville: downtown, within easy walking distance from dozens of restaurants, museums and places to entertain yourself or shop.
Not only is Louisville a great place to hang out, it’s full of
tremendous opportunities for software developers. The city is home to more than 150 companies that are part of The Software Guild’s Employer Network, ready to hire program graduates. Nearly 70 percent of Software Guild apprentices of the coding bootcamp in Louisville land full-time developer jobs within three months of graduation, earning a median salary of $60,000 per year. And the future is bright for developers; demand for software developers nationally is expected to grow at an incredible 24 percent, much faster than the average for all jobs in the U.S.