About the Bootcamp

CodePath is offering free 8-week mobile evening bootcamps in San Francisco. The next Android class is starting June 4th, although additional iOS and Android classes will follow. The mobile bootcamp curriculum is designed to prepare you to pass the hiring bar at the most competitive mobile software startups in the world.

At the end of the program, you'll become a part of our CodePath network which will give you access to hundreds of other engineers to collaborate with on projects, meet with potential co-founders, and explore new career opportunities.

June 4th, 2014

8-week course, 2 hour sessions (M/W) 7-9pm

Zynga Office

699 8th St, San Francisco, CA

Price: No charge
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Curriculum

Free to Join

Students are not charged anything. We focus on helping students get placed in roles they love.

Small Cohorts

Each bootcamp group has just 20 students enrolled to ensure proper mentorship and attention.

Convenient Schedule

The 8-week bootcamp has in-person evening sessions twice a week paired with online learning.

Prime Location

Bootcamp sessions are held at the Zynga office in the SOMA district of San Francisco.

Hands-on Projects

Every week a small but functional app is developed to strengthen and solidify mobile concepts.

Peer Collaboration

Every participant will collaborate with others to design and develop a custom product.

Hands-on Projects

The bootcamp curriculum is entirely centered around building interesting projects that reinforce every concept introduced. Each week after the instruction session, students can work independently or with their peers developing a basic app to spec. The only way to learn development skills is to build and during this bootcamp, you will get experience building a diverse set of apps.

The Teachers

Timothy Lee

BS Computer Engineering and MS Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and Stanford.

I've been programming web and mobile apps for the last three years. Founded a Google Ventures startup called Miso. Prior to that, I worked in the robotics industry for four years. That was fun, but I saw the massive shift to web and mobile, and I realized that it was essential I learned these technologies. Since then, I've been helping others learn web and mobile and thinking of better ways to learn and teach online.

Nathan Esquenazi

BS Informatics from University of California at Irvine.

I've been working professionally at early-stage startups for the last 10 years developing for web, mobile and desktop across many platforms. I have always been passionate about education, actively tutoring in college, holding workshops for students and volunteering to teach practical technical skills to those that want to learn them. I am passionate about open-source and I am the creator and maintainer of the Padrino ruby web framework.

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