Immersing ambitious individuals in a demanding and inspiring learning environment engineered to develop successful coders with business acumen.
Work in an inspiring and vibrant space, a truly global and innovative city
Technology is disrupting every industry. Whether you want to start your own tech company or work within the technology sector, learning to code in Miami will open doors. Now is the time to code.
In 2020, there will be around 1.4 million more computer science jobs than students
Computer science jobs are growing at two times the national average
The technology sector is at the center of economic growth across the globe
Computer programmers earn an average of $1,218 a week and software engineers earn $1,549 a week, among the highest paid professionals in the country.
"The single largest thing holding back the growth of any tech company is the lack of trained engineers"− J.Goodman, Fast Company
"The tech sector is a good place to be right now. And the metros where tech is a big deal are benefitting."− J.Wright, Forbes
"I love entrepreneurial start ups, I invest in them, I love high tech...to me, a high tech hub is Wynwood"− P.Levine, Miami Beach Mayor
"(Learning to code) showed me that if I have an idea or something that I want to make, I shouldn’t be afraid to go ahead and make it."− Nikita Rau, Coder featured in Fast Company
"We're lying to ourselves about (a four-year) college being the only form of postsecondary education."− Zach Sims, Founder CodeAcademy
Miami is one of the most entrepreneurial cities in the United States. An ideal setting for your tech start up.
Emerging Tech Scene
MNCs and Startups alike are headquartered in Miami. From the rookie to the CEO, the scene is diverse and ambitious and ready for you to make your mark.
As a market on the tech frontier there are excellent opportunities to carve out your place not just in tech but launching or joining a local business.
Strong links to Latin America
Miami is known as the gateway to Latin America and serves as an excellent location to service both markets.
Art, Design & Tech Converge
Unlike any other city, Miami is vibrant and brimming with inspiration and collaboration.
A beautiful backdrop of ocean, palm trees and great weather are further complimented by affordable cost of living and international culture.
Learn more about Miami’s tech scene!
"Wyncode is a development boot camp immersing ambitious individuals in a demanding and inspiring learning environment engineered to develop successful coders with business acumen."−
"We believe in promoting programming literacy using a disruptive education model and feel that a boot camp environment is the best way to learn practical and relevant coding skills quickly."−
|Self-Study||Coding Bootcamps||Traditional Institutions|
|Duration||Self-determined||8-12 weeks (on average)||2-4 years|
|Cost||Negligible||$9,000||$25,000 to $90,000|
|Practicality of learning||
|Practicality of learning||Self-determined|
|Duration||8-12 weeks (on average)|
|Practicality of learning||
|Cost||$25,000 to $90,000|
|Practicality of learning||Focus on theory, with less hands-on practical programming|
|Professional Aspect||Through non-tech focused generalist campus career services|
|Other||Eligible for government loans|
For 9 weeks you are immersed in learning how to code in Miami’s up and coming startup ecosystem. You will be given the training to succeed and make an impact in your chosen business or career whether in Miami or beyond.
The Wyncode Vision
Wyncode’s curriculum is based on several industry leading concepts and input from other development bootcamps. Your typical day begins with an instructor-led session about a particular concept followed by time to apply what you have learned in a practical, project-based example – often mimicking websites or popular web applications that you already know and use. The days are capped off with business development and mentoring sessions.
While at Wyncode, you will be surrounded by like-minded, motivated and inspirational individuals who want to make a dent in the universe and transition to the tech industry. Wyncode’s students are varied in age, background and nationality. We encourage people of diverse backgrounds to apply as unique viewpoints and skillsets make successful developers. We also encourage international students to participate in the program.
We want to give back to the community while reinforcing the skills you are learning. Part of the program takes you to local schools where we will teach children how to code. You will also work with local businesses to help build creative technological solutions.
Even if you wanted to, you can’t code all day! From weekly activities such as yoga and cross fit, to a day of sailing or testing your reflexes on the go-kart track, Wyncode isn’t all hard work and no play. You might even get inspired to create the next great app while in the real world.
The program culminates in deploying your own web application, which you will create in a group with a fellow student or two. You will connect with a local business, artist or not for profit organization and develop a real program for real users. You will demo and pitch your idea in front of some of the leaders in Miami’s tech scene, preparing you for your new career.
Project development is an incredibly challenging process, one that demands more time than most programmers have. Here are some of the best apps to help make project development easier, allowing programmers to continue working whenever they want.