We believe in empowering students with quality training and aim to lead them toward fulfilling careers in high-growth fields. This is our definition of freedom and every day we work to create success for the lives of our students. The difference in our model is clear!
You can learn virtually, with access to tutors when you need a little extra help. Become a web developer without going into student-loan debt. As you learn a new skill to make yourself more marketable, you'll feel a sense of confidence and calm. You don't need a full 4-year degree to make some serious money, and you have complete flexibility.
The degree-less tale of tech superstars like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates is folklore by this point, but the Facebook and Microsoft founders aren’t the only two influential executives who have risen to the top without finishing college.
At Texas Tech Coding Academy, we know that web development isn’t the only career path you can take. Coding skills and knowledge of CSS frameworks like Bootstrap, can make you more marketable in the growing tech industry.
We are committed to providing effective education for our students in a safe environment. Therefore, we will follow all of CDC’s recommendations and begin temporarily conducting our classes in an online format in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
For an entire generation, MySpace was a gateway to the addictive social networking platforms that are now a ubiquitous feature of our lives. And for many members of that same generation, MySpace was a gateway to another inescapable part of modern life—writing code.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Web Developers across the United States make an average of $67,990 annually. This increasingly popular career path currently has over 162,000 jobs ranging from entry to senior level. So how do you fit web development training into your day? Use this guide to explore the field, the job opportunities associated, and offerings within Texas Tech Coding Academy's program.
Since coding academies have become an increasingly visible part of the tech landscape over the last half-decade, more schools have cropped up with more coders graduating every year. With so much new popularity, it's fair to ask if a coding boot camp is worth it. In fact, we’re going to ask it (and explore it) even more directly