- If you have some spare time (9 weeks) I can highly recommend Lewagon for young entrepreneurs and everyone who is interested in learning how to code from a non-tech background such as me. I was in #batch 65 in Berlin and it since changed my career-path! At first i thought it would be very difficult but it turned out to be a very fast and effective learning curve. After the 9 weeks you have a solid background in coding and a finished website project that you can show off to your friends :)I totally agree with this one. Having done Le Wagon in 2016, it has totally altered my careeer-path in the best ways possible. Besides a career path change, the value of knowing how to code is something that helps you with everything in life!
- Hackreactor is widely known as one of the best bootcamps, both in its student quality and also their outcomes. They focus on JS based development, and teach you the fundamentals of some very relevant technical stacks, including MEAN, MERN, etc. Definitely worth a look, and their remote part time program is pretty kickass too. I just went through it :)