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  • Cost
    $0-$15,000
  • Programs Pace
    Full-time
  • Payment Options
    Upfront, Financing, Scholarship
  • Programs Available
    Frontend, Full Stack, Backend, UX Design, Product Management, Cybersecurity
Description

Sabio is a coding bootcamp with two locations in the Los Angeles area. Sabio emphasizes the qualifications and professional industry experience of its instructors as a cornerstone of its program. Sabio instructors are software engineers sourced from successful tech companies such as Stack Overflow, Myspace, TMZ, AT&T, Blackline, Fox, PDG, and the University of California Los Angeles. Sabio offers specialized assistance for veterans and accepts certain forms of V.A. benefits. This bootcamp won multiple awards, and it published comprehensive job placement statistics. Sabio offers full career support in addition to its multiple coding bootcamp programs.

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The Sabio full stack web development curriculum covers a wide range of coding languages and development tools. The course begins with front end development and covers HTML, CSS, JavaScript, frameworks, and asynchronous client side programming. Next, students learn back end development. The focus during back end training is on the fundamentals of object-oriented programming, caching, APIs, .Net, inversion control, and RESTFUL architectures. Students move on to database development and focus on database design, key tables, query structure, optimization, and stored procedures. Source control follows, covering a range of Git and TFS skills. The final part of the course focuses on development environments, platforms, and back end languages such as SQL, .Net, and C#.

The flagship part-time full stack web development bootcamp is available in a 20-week schedule and a 24-week schedule. Students who opt for the 20-week program will spend a total of 320 hours in class. Training will occur for 12 hours per week, stretched across two weekdays. Students will spend an additional ten hours on homework during the week. The total time commitment for the 20-week program is 480 hours. The 24-week program runs for a total of 336 class hours. Students will spend 14 hours in class during the week—six hours sometime between Monday and Friday, and eight hours on Saturdays. The total time commitment for this program is also 480 hours, with a 6 hour-per-week homework commitment.

Sabio publishes job placement and student outcome information. The bootcamp also lists many companies where its graduates are employed. Sabio graduates work at companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Tesla, Activision, MadMen, and at institutions such as UCLA and USC. According to the bootcamp, 84% of Sabio graduates are employed in the information or technology field. Career preparation and portfolio-building projects occur during the program. Sabio offers full career-preparation services to its students. 

The flagship coding bootcamp at Sabio is its part-time full stack web development bootcamp. This program has an upfront tuition cost of $15,000 and students have multiple ways to pay. The cost of tuition includes a non-refundable $249 registration fee, parking privileges, extra office hours with instructors, Slack and Zoom conferences, and access to the Sabio Developer Network. For non-financing students, the full tuition is due within 30 days of starting the program. All major credit cards are accepted, and financing plans are available. Students can finance tuition using the Skills Fund loan or Sallie Mae program. Sabio also offers an income share agreement for qualifying students. The income share agreement begins when students make $45,000 annually or more. Students will make 13% monthly installments for three years, 1.5x tuition, or whichever comes first. The payment cap for the Sabio income share agreement is $22,500.

Programs Pace

Full-time

Programs Available

Frontend, Full Stack, Backend, UX Design, Product Management, Cybersecurity

Financing Options

Upfront, Financing, Scholarship

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  • Anonymous
    November 29, 2019 at 5:11 am

    I love that we can take this program remotely. Instructors are very knowledgeable and patient. You must be willing to give 100% if you want to pass this course and have a passion for the study. Staff are very supportive and willing to answer any questions you may have.

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  • Anonymous
    November 30, 2019 at 5:11 am

    The level of engagement from both the company and the other students seriously impressed me. Almost daily I had a message from Silvia asking me how I was getting along with the studying and feedback I gave was seriously considered. The slack channel also had a high level of engagement. Not only were there instructors responding to my questions but other students would also pitch in. Frankly I was amazed.

    The course itself was challenging but after completing it and passing the assessment I feel that I am well prepared to enter the boot camp.

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  • Anonymous
    December 8, 2019 at 5:13 am

    Not only was the training at Sabio able to help me get my new job as a software engineer, I’m realizing the smooth transition that the Sabio training has provided into my new position. Coming from a digital marketing background, I had some technical experience but really nothing close to a software engineer. Knowing that, I was a bit worried about how I’d fit into this new industry and job but what I learned and the coding conventions we practiced were pretty close to what is out there in the real world. It’s not to say that they are a magic company that can automatically turn you into a full stack developer. But if you are truly interested and want a program to guide you and your learning in the right direction as you make the next transition, Sabio is the perfect place. Just a quick breakdown, you have 1 month to learn the basics (html,css,javascript,jquery,ajax,etc), a few weeks to learn the main technologies you will be using (for me that was React.js, .Net, and SQL), then you work on a real-world project for a startup by creating a minimum viable product (mvp). Pretty ingenious, but essentially you can legitimately say you have start up experience after you leave the program, in which not many bootcamps/programs offer. I’ll be honest, it was a lot of hard work and dedication and a lot of self-learning but if you really want it I would say it was totally worth it. As a nice little cherry on top, I was able to place First at my first hackathon with a team of developers I became friends with at Sabio. Grateful for all the people I’ve met along the way and the things I was able to experience. Thank you Sabio!

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  • Anonymous
    December 19, 2019 at 5:16 am

    I attended Sabio’s .NET program as a military veteran and it was amazing! There’s so much to learn about web development and programming, but Sabio’s full immersion program with real world projects definitely helped me develop the foundations needed to land a satisfying career. However, it did not come easy. It required a lot of work and belief in the program to develop the knowledge and confidence to build great applications. No worries though. Sabio’s staff and instructors are intelligent and helpful throughout the journey, especially Dan and Daniel. They never left me astray or confused. The only downside to Sabio (Culver City) was that it’s located off the busy I405. All-in-all, if you’re are self-motivated and love solving problems, go to Sabio! It’s worth the traffic.

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  • Anonymous
    December 21, 2019 at 5:14 am

    Sabio is amazing! As a person who never graduated from college but always had an intense work ethic, Sabio was the perfect solution for me to get into coding! Throughout my career I’ve found that learning and observing a professional is the best way to understand how to do the job using the best practices. I worked on a project which was using the stack React, Angular, Mongo, Express, and Node. It is a boot-camp like atmosphere but you have to understand that I came in not knowing how to code and almost freaked me out at first jumping into something that I have never done before but yet always wanted to do. The project that me and my cohort worked on prepared me for my current job as a working developer. There are some very unique things to learn like understanding realistic time frames for features, how code is actually written using best practices, code review for source control, agile/scrum project management, and being able to convey and explain features that I created in a professional manner. There were some people in my cohort that had some experience in coding but you should understand that the program is designed to challenge all levels of developer. I valued every hour that I spent there (70 hours per week) and learned as much as I could from our Senior Developer. I recommend going to a Sabio Info Session and they can explain everything in more detail! As a creative maker/tinkerer person, I understand that knowing how to code is almost like having a super power! You can literally create anything. I highly recommend Sabio and for me, they are the best coding program in Los Angeles hands down!! Thank you so much Gregorio and Liliana!

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