Cultivating Coders Rio Rancho New Mexico

Complaint: This Web development Bootcamp could not have been any worse. If you are skeptical about the veracity of my extremely negative comments about Cultivating Coders along with its owner, Charles Ashley, I’d advise you to check out the Cultivating Coders website: you’ll discover that Cultivating Coders lacks a basic curriculum, a syllabus, and even fails to provide a basic outline of the material to be covered in its Bootcamp. Personally speaking, I registered for the 2016 Bootcamp taught at the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce. The class consisted of 11 students — each and every one of whom found the Bootcamp experience horrific. According to owner, Charles Ashley, the course was to focus on the MEAN stack. MEAN refers to Mongo DB, Express, Angular, and Node. The students received Certificates of Achievement following the completion of the Bootcamp, specifically indicating (demonstrated) competence with respect to each of these four technologies. Ironically, however, the instructors failed to offer any instruction on either Mongo or Angular. After receiving numerous student complaints/grievances, Ashley initially offered to take an additional weekend of time to teach Mongo and Angular. Ultimately (and predictably, however), Ashley predictably failed to keep this promise. The job placement rate among these 11 students continues to stand at 0% — a rather remarkable feat. At this point in time, Cultivating Coders no longer offers Web Development Bootcamps with one exception: Cultivating Coders offers Bootcamps to minority Native American, High School students — students who lack the sophistication to discern that Cultivating Coders is nothing more than a sham, a scam, and taught by fraudsters. In sum, Cultivating Coders instructors are entirely incompetent. They don’t even take the time to prepare their lectures beforehand. One of the instructors and co-owners of Cultivating Coders no longer works for this company: his first name is Charles — I cannot recall his last name. While I can go on and on about this sham and scam that goes by the name, “Cultivating Coders

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Address: “” I’ll stop by simply and strongly advising potential students to refrain from enrolling in Cultivating Coders Bootcamps. PLEASE: TAKE THE TIME TO CHECK OUT THE CULTIVATING CODERS WEBSITE. You will find that Cultivating Coders entirely fails to provide any information about its Bootcamps — a strategic decision by Cultivating Coders

Website: all the computers provided as part of the purchase totally failed in its ability to handle the software

Phone: so that it’s more difficult for students to hold Cultivating Coders accountable. Key facts to take away: (a) with the exception of several Native American High School students

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