Southern Methodist University
SMU Coding Boot Camp
SMU Coding Boot Camp teaches you specialized skills to tap into the web development industry. The curriculum starts with computer science fundamentals then dives into the front end and back end.
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley Coding Boot Camp
Berkeley Coding Boot Camp is a 12-week, full-time or 24-week, part-time web development course designed to help students gain the skills to enter or advance their career in web development.
Rice University Coding Boot Camp
Engage in real-world projects while working closely with peers to gain proficiency in the theory and application of coding.
Stack Overflow (Forum): Built by developers for developers, Stack Overflow is an online, open-community forum where people may exchange code, look for a new job, and ask questions in private and public Q&A forums. Its mission is to help developers write the code for the future. There’s also a Stack Overflow for business that lets teams collaborate or helps hiring managers find new talent. It’s an open source platform that helps new and experienced coders learn from one another.
The median annual salary for web developers was $77,200 in 2020, according to the BLS. The top 10% of earners made more than $146,430; the bottom 10% earned less than $40,750. Per the BLS, here are some of the top industries in which web developers worked (and what they made) in 2020:
Computer systems design and similar services – $75,450
Management, scientific and technical consulting services – $70,790
Advertising, public relations and similar services – $71,930