JayDee May 14, at 1:
I really can't thank Gregorio, Liliana, and the whole staff enough for the invaluable experience. I am still in daily contact with the staff and the friends I made while attending Sabio. I came from a tech background doing QA, and had been wanting to become a software developer for years.
In my experience, the curriculum and support that the staff provide cannot be replicated by self learning. I learned exponentially faster at Sabio than I had on my own. If you enjoy building things and making ideas come to life, the tools Sabio teaches are invaluable.
I decided to join Sabio after only a few days of being impressed at prework. I joined sabio for four reasons: The instructors all have a ton of experience. Sabio has chosen to participate in third party audits, so they cannot fake their success numbers.
Few other bootcamps do this, and this was a requirement for me. And If a student needs to leave for any reason family etc. And some even kick out students half way through if they are not able to pass certain tests.
They are extremely commited, even after the bootcamp ends. Which brings me to my fourth point They stick with their students and really really care. Applying for job can be stressful, and they are there for you, until, and even after you get a job.
Graduates receive support from instructors and both founders even after the three month cohort ends. My recommendation is, if anything, just check out prework.
I wasn't sold until a few days into prework, and I'm so glad I stuck with it.Sabio is a developer community offering week full-time coding bootcamps in Los Angeles and Orange County.
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