Overview_With its ever-expanding tech economy, Dallas is an emerging hot spot in the world of tech. As a Codeup Dallas student, you get to be right in the middle of it all. Connect with employer partners while you hone your skills, all while enjoying the diverse possibilities of the West End Historic District.
Programs at This Location_
Full Stack Web Development
Become a Full Stack Web Developer. Learn front-end design and back-end logic using in-demand technologies. Bring your ideas to life and make your mark on the most in-demand career in the country.
About Our Office Space_
Find us in the Katy Building, home to Novel Coworking. All students will have access to Novel’s coworking space, with the added benefit of personalized mentorship and learning workshops. You’ll find every resource you need to hone your skills and succeed in the tech industry.
Onsite Staff | Community Kitchenettes & Dining Spaces | Spacious Breakout Areas | Complimentary Coffee | Conference Rooms | Weekly Learning Workshops | Free Novel Coworking Membership
Free Membership with Novel Coworking_As a Codeup Dallas student, you’ll have a free membership to Novel Coworking. Join forces with a community of entrepreneurs, filled with small businesses and large enterprises alike. Kick off your day at the espresso bar or study with your fellow students in spacious conference rooms and working areas.
Codeup Dallas News_
Codeup has a fantastic Dallas team full of knowledge and helpful instructors. I highly recommend Codeup! Great location.
Codeup has been so instrumental in growing the San Antonio tech scene and I’m beyond excited for them to start helping out in Dallas. Their program levels up its students to be ready for a high paying job in an ever expanding industry. Highly recommend!
Codeup, I thought that learning how to code was too smart for me; while I was in school, the curriculum is fast paced but easy to understand. The approach of learning from scratch and then using established frameworks helps drive understanding.
There's a reason why a lot of the core staff has stayed around for years to help it grow, and there's also a reason why alumni often stay in touch and go back to be a TA. I myself have freelanced remotely from Dallas with them as a blog writer. I genuinely like the company and the community it builds.