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App Academy vs Devmountain

Although both schools teach Web Development, App Academy offers Online, Full-time and Self-paced programs, whereas, Devmountain offers Full-time and Part-time programs and provides financing options including Upfront Payments and Loan Financing.

Overall Rating

Based on 138 reviews
Based on 26 reviews

Available paths

Web Development, Engineering Immersion, Full Stack DevelopmentUI/UX Design, Web Development, iOS Development

Featured programs

Online, Full-time, Self-pacedFull-time, Part-time

Locations

San Francisco, New York, OnlineDallas, Lehi, Online, Phoenix, Provo, Salt Lake City

Difficulty

/5 Average

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App Academy vs Devmountain comparison is based on 164 applicant, student and graduate reviews.
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App Academy

App Academy is a coding school that offers online and in-person training programs with no tuition cost until you’re hired as a Software Engineer earning over $50,000. The career changing outcomes that App Academy has produced since being founded in 2012 is a major reason why it’s considered the most respected code school in the industry. App Academy has placed over 3,000 people in full-time Software Engineering roles at average salaries of $105,000 in San Francisco, $90,000 in New York, and $80,000 nationally. Their alumni work at over 1,000 companies worldwide, including Google, Apple, Netflix, Twitter, and more. App Academy understands the skills that make a successful software engineer, and more importantly, how to teach them to you. If you don’t succeed after completing the program, you pay nothing, and that’s how it should be.

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48 App Academy reviews

App Academy graduate student experience!!!

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Created 14 days ago
I feel the curriculum is really good and complete. They teach you technologies that are "hot" in the market right now.
Pros
The support after you graduate is great, you have a coach and also have mock interviews that allow you to be prepare. They gave you tips to improve your curriculum and portfolio
Cons
For international people, they have to pay upfront, but beside that there are no cons. This is really the Top 1 Bootcamp
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Devmountain

Devmountain is a coding bootcamp and design school that offers housing at no extra cost to immersive students who attend one of its three campuses: Lehi, Utah; Dallas, Texas; and Phoenix, Arizona. It was founded in 2013 and has graduated more than 3,000 students. Devmountain’s courses can be completed in between six and sixteen weeks with the majority of courses being thirteen weeks in length. The courses are designed to give real-world experience, build portfolios, and prepare students for entry-level positions within the technology industry. COMMUNITY Devmountain courses are in-person. Students work individually and together to accomplish projects in a real-world setting. Devmountain’s Utah campus offers a unique program that places iOS, UX, and QA students together in collaborative groups to launch an app in the App Store by the end of the bootcamp. CAREER SUPPORT Career support is available to every student and includes resume workshopping, employer networking, and interview preparation. This is baked into the immersive bootcamp experience. AFFORDABILITY Devmountain’s courses are competitively priced and tuition financing is available through third-parties. Housing is included for immersive students at no extra cost, which can be helpful for out-of-area students. APPLICATION PROCESS The application process consists of three parts, including filling out an application, participating in a phone consultation, and completing a skill review. The purpose of this process is to help students discover if the bootcamp experience and specific course is a good fit for them or not.

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26 Devmountain reviews

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Overall, my experience with DevMountain was great. I miss being as immersed and loaded with new knowledge every day. The curriculum is packed with quality content. Only a couple of days did I feel like what I was learning wouldn't be useful. Breakfast on Fridays, game nights and the campus itself was great to have. I don't know what other boot camps are like, but I'm happy with what I paid for at DevMountain.
Pros
- The instructors and mentors I had were amazing (Matias, Andrew, Cole, and Scott). They were very knowledgeable, available, and helpful. - Cohort wasn't so large you couldn't get help quickly.
Cons
- Information from on-site recruiters was just ok. It could have been due to COVID-19, but I didn't feel like there was enough in terms of job prep or support.
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How do App Academy and Devmountain stack up when it comes to reviews?

App Academy gets an average rating of 4.8, and Devmountain has an average rating of 4.1. However, keep in mind that App Academy’s rating is based on 138 number of reviews, and Devmountain’s rating is based on ...

How many campuses does each school have, and where are they located?

App Academy has 3, and Devmountain has 6. App Academy’s campuses are located in San Francisco, New York, Online, while Devmountain’s campuses can be found in Dallas, Lehi, Online, Phoenix, Provo, Salt Lake...

What are the finance options for App Academy and Devmountain?

App Academy students can pay tuition with ISA, Deferred Tuition, Upfront Payments, Loan Financing, and Devmountain students can pay using Upfront Payments, Loan Financing.

What kind of student outcomes does each school have?

Student outcomes are an important consideration. App Academy currently has 85, while Devmountain has 0. Graduates from App Academy are currently working at companies like a Google, Wayfair,...