Codeup will power the Dallas tech community!

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About Our Novel Location_


Overlooking John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza in the heart of downtown Dallas, this historic building was once the headquarters for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad. Now updated with state-of-the-art technology and contemporary amenities, the Katy Building features private offices, coworking space, and office suites for large companies.

Our fully-equipped office spaces are available right in the Historic District, in walking distance from:

  • The Dallas Courthouse
  • JFK Memorial Plaza
  • DART
  • the Dallas Aquarium
  • Convention Center
  • The Omni
  • Adolphus
  • Aloft

Our large amenity space gives business owners the perks of a large corporate campus for the cost of a single office, whether renting a single private office or office suites configured for 15 to 50 people. Private offices are fully furnished, including powerful direct fiber internet service that drives WiFi throughout the site keeping your critical data coming and going. Our office suites have modern designs and access to communal lounge areas. 800 to 2,400-square-foot private suites offer the flexibility of a 1 to 2-year lease. Many suites include kitchenettes and conference rooms, and all feature access to meeting rooms, amenity space, and business services.

With 24/7 secured access, mail service and your company logo displayed at reception, Novel Coworking meets all your needs and more. Check out the other amenities listed and remember that utilities and taxes are included with your rent.

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Codeup Dallas 2020

Codeup is San Antonio’s premier career accelerator, and we’ve been proud to build the tech workforce here over the last five years. Now, we’re excited to bring our mission of creating pathways to Software Development and Data Science careers to more people. Dallas, we have our eyes set on you!

After five years exclusively focused on San Antonio, why expand now? As the bootcamp model has grown, we’ve watched our competitors expand nationally, open dozens of campuses, buy and sell to and from each other, launch coworking spaces, and more. Meanwhile, we believe the outcomes of our graduates far outweigh the number of campuses we have. We have refined our curriculum, built our team, expanded our partnership network, and built a brand people can trust. Where did we all end up? Many of our competitors have closed or sold. We’re still Texas-based, owned by our founders, and our investment in quality has brought our graduate placement rate to 97% over the last 18 months. So what’s next?

With our product refined, we were ready to expand. We looked at cities all over the country, but quickly realized we didn’t want a second Codeup, or a third. Instead, we need additional campuses to belong to one cohesive Codeup. So we didn’t pick a city, we picked a state. 

Texas has the 10th largest economy in the world and has over 50 company headquarters from the Fortune 500 list. All four of our major cities (Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio) have high demand for tech talent, offer a welcoming place to live and do business, and are home to a large veteran population ready for the jobs of tomorrow. We are not creating a second Codeup, but we are opening another campus. The time is right, and Texas is ready. 

Dallas jumped to the top of our list to start with because we’ve already placed our graduates there at companies like USAA and Cognizant for average starting salaries of $86,666. We focus on job outcomes, so we go where our partnerships lead. That way, we can live our mission of empowering life change and launching careers in technology.

We’ve secured a space in the heart of downtown Dallas, where students will have access to vibrant city life and dozens of employers. While we await final state approval for an early program 2020 launch, join our mailing list to be the first to hear when we launch!

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  • I went through Codeup's inaugural Data Science class from Feb-Jun in 2019. I have a couple of key points to take note of: The instructors - As a whole, the instructors have a kind of passion that is different from any other learning environment that I've encountered. They genuinely want to help you get to the answer without just giving it to you. They care about you and how you learn, which can be tough with a very diverse group of students of all age groups. This course touched on most of the major points that are needed for an aspiring Data Scientist, and with the ones not covered, they were at least introduced. Overall, I had a wonderful experience with Codeup - the staff is absolutely fantastic with the little things. They were just as helpful during the final stretch as they were in the admission stage. They really love helping people and it's hard to fake that. If you're looking for a career pivot or just to supplement your current knowledge with something else, Codeup is a great choice. 5/5 stars in my book!

  • Codeup is the fastest entrance into the tech arena and completing this program will open doors that would be otherwise inaccessible. Their reputation is outstanding because they only take the best. They push you hard because that is how the skills needed for success in this field are acquired, and they guarantee their results because they know their program works. The promises made to me were not only kept, they were exceeded. Choose Codeup if you want a transformational experience and an assured digital future.

  • Code up has been a great place for me to learn from real experienced people who have shave years off your learning curve.

  • I graduated from Codeup a year ago today. Allow me to share my thoughts: Prior to becoming a software developer, I was working as a biologist at a local food testing lab. The pay was horrible, the career path was virtually just wasn't a good place to be in any sense. I gained interest in Computer Science, so I started taking a few college classes on the side. But when my financial aid was pulled, I had to consider alternative solutions to get me where I wanted to go. Enter Codeup. FROM THE BEGINNING, the Codeup staff went above and beyond to help me decide if this was a good fit for ME. As a new dad and someone financially struggling, I had concerns. But the Codeup staff stepped up to the plate and helped to walk me through what my time here would look like. At one point, I had a one-hour phone call with the then-VP of Operations to voice my concerns and get my questions answered. And after all was said and done, I decided to take the plunge. I won't lie: this program is difficult. You will be challenged. You will be tested (literally). But you're going to grow, a lot.


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