Overview:CodeCraft is a new coding bootcamp launching in the fall of 2015 in Boulder, Colorado. In our industry, the tools and technologies change constantly. Therefore, it’s vital for us to teach our students how to be a programmer rather than a master of a particular technology.
CodeCraft School of Technology was created by the co-founders of Boulder Digital Arts, which has provided award-winning training to digital professionals since 2004. The two co-founders, Bruce Borowsky and Zach Daudert, have a deep belief in the power of non-traditional education. Bruce, a filmmaker, and Zach, a web developer, combined forces over a decade ago to bring high quality yet affordable training to their fellow creative digital professionals.
We teach our students how to think like an experienced programmer so they are successful in crafting elegant solutions to any application requirement regardless of the current state of tools and technology. We believe in learning by doing and working on real-world projects that build skill and a portfolio of work for our students to show to prospective employers. We promote open source tools and technologies and instill in our students a sense of appreciation for all the contributions that have been made to these projects with a desire to contribute where they can.
We are committed to providing the highest quality learning environment and outcomes in the industry. We keep our class sizes considerably smaller than the average, provide our students access to a wide range of relevant evening workshop and promote peer-to-peer support and collaboration among students with shared housing and social events.