Over 600 web developers, UX/UI designers & digital marketers have graduated from our South Florida campus.
Over 250 companies have hired developers and product designers from Wyncode, ranging from local startups to Amazon, GE Digital, Udacity and Magic Leap.
We have been named Beacon Council Educator of the Year, South Florida Business Journal Start-Up of the Year, Tech.co Best Company Culture, and an Endeavor Company.
We believe in quality education with a strong return on investment. That means providing a pathway to a new career in technology, something we have done with over 600 Wyncoders and over 250 companies.FIND OUT MORE
Wyncode is for those that think they can’t do it, Wyncode is definitely the place where anybody can learn how to code. Wyncode gave me the weapons to kick but… they gave me tenacity, they gave me the confidence, they gave me the actual skill set of coding.
My experience at Wyncode was excellent. It’s not just a bootcamp they don’t just teach you how to be a developer, they also introduce agile methodology which really prepares you to work in teams. Learning how to be a developer is more than learning how to code.
I wanted to learn to code because I wanted to translate ideas that I had into real world apps and projects. Before I even finished the bootcamp I had a job offer... it’s pretty amazing how quickly you can transition from one career to another, Wyncode changed my life!
Miami has quickly become one of the most entrepreneurial cities in the United States, proving to be an ideal ecosystem to launch your start-up.
Multinationals and start-ups alike are moving their headquarters to Miami, fostering innovation and accelerating growth in all aspects of tech.
As a blooming tech city, Miami provides excellent opportunities for you to carve out your place in tech, whether that's joining a local business or launching your own.
South Florida is known as the gateway to Latin America and serves as an excellent bridge for companies servicing both North and South American markets.
The Wynwood art scene, the Design District and a new surge of Tech Hubs, positions Miami as a vibrant destination brimming with inspiration and collaboration.
A beautiful backdrop of ocean, palm trees, great weather and culture, are what makes South Florida a year-long destination to learn while enriching your lifestyle.
We are proud to be part of the Wynwood community and the Greater Miami tech scene.
Technology is disrupting every industry. Whether you want to start your own tech company or work within the technology sector, learning to code in South Florida will open doors. Now is the time to code.
In 2020, there will be around 1.4 million more computer science jobs than students. Today, there are 500k unfilled development positions!
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.