Coding Bootcamps in Atlanta, Georgia in 2022

Coding bootcamps can provide value and give you the skills to help you become a developer. Here’s a complete guide to the coding bootcamps in Atlanta, Georgia, this year. 

Have you heard the phrase, “Silicon Valley of the South”? It’s a nickname Atlanta has coined due to its exponential growth in the tech arena in recent years. Crunchbase called the city a “tech hub,” and Atlanta Tech Village has added more than 6,500 jobs to the city since 2013, according to Karen Houghton, village vice president. 

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A tech talent survey released by CBRE in 2019 found that in the five years before, nearly 32,000 tech jobs were created in Atlanta—second only to San Francisco during that time. The city was ranked No. 17 on Cushman & Wakefield’s list of the top 25 tech cities in the nation in 2019, due to its investment funding, tech-qualified workforce and growth in entrepreneurship. 

Education resources in the area include Emory University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, the University of Georgia and Kennesaw State University. Startup clubs Atlanta Tech Village, the Switchyards Downtown Club and the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) all contribute to the city’s can-do, will-do technology attitude. 

And in terms of lifestyle factors, it costs much less to live in Atlanta than in cities home to its tech peers on the West Coast.

What Will You Learn? 

There are many types of bootcamps. You can zero in on bootcamps that focus on specific languages or aspects of coding, or you can go all in with bootcamps that include front-end, back-end and full-stack development.

Listed here are camps that will teach you the essentials of Android, iOS, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails, NET/C#, Java, Python, PHP, HTML/CSS and more. 

How do I Find the Right Coding Bootcamp in Atlanta? 

It can be difficult when there are so many choices. Some guidelines include:

  • First, decide what you want to learn. Do you want to be a full-stack developer, work on the back end of apps or simply be able to write code for a basic site?
  • Then figure out whether you want to go full time or use a flex program that allows you to go part time. Also consider whether the ability to go to camp online is important to you.
  • Visit camp websites to compare curricula, faculty members, duration of programs, costs (some offer scholarships and help with financing) and career coaching/job assistance/mentoring opportunities. Read FAQs, chat with online representatives and download bootcamp brochures.
  • As you narrow your options, read reviews from former students. Their experiences will help you better understand which bootcamp is for you.

Tech Companies in Atlanta 

Coca-Cola, Home Depot, Delta Airlines and UPS top the list of Fortune 500 companies based in Atlanta.

But it’s also a technology hub. A sampling of tech companies in Atlanta:

  • AllConnect (comparison data for utilities)
  • Aware Software (wireless technology)
  • Blacc Spot Media (smart communication solutions)
  • Cotiviti (health care organization solutions)
  • Cox Automotive (digital marketing and software tools)
  • Cricket Wireless (wireless access)
  • Ebix (business infrastructure software)
  • Fiserv (point-of-sale technologies)
  • Global Payments (payment-processing technology)
  • iMedX (health-tech storage software)
  • Kabbage (financial lending platform)
  • KMS Technology (software engineering, offshore design and testing services)
  • MailChimp (email and web marketing technology)
  • N3 (sales platforms)
  • NCR (digital transaction technology)
  • OneTrust (data security)
  • Outsystems (enterprise applications)
  • PGi (productivity software)
  • QASymphony (software testing)
  • Rigor (performance monitoring software)
  • Rubicon (eco-friendly and sustainable technology)
  • Secureworks (cybersecurity)
  • Shofur (logistics and transportation platform)
  • Springbot (e-commerce)
  • Unscrambl (applications that translate data)
  • Vonage (voice, messaging and data transmission)

You can also visit the Master’s in Data Science page for degree options, short course offerings, career choices post-graduation and resources for staying current in the field.

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Last updated: July 2020