LEARN WEB DEVELOPMENT SURROUNDED BY 175+ AMAZING TECH STARTUPS
“I had access to over 175+ amazing startups. There were happy hours and tech talks where startups and students got to know each other.”
“RocketU jump-started my learning and helped me lay a foundation from which I could start a career in development.”
“The accessibility to professional developers and the possibility of getting placed in one of the startups is huge!”
1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month
Wednesday, October 1st – 1:00pm
Wednesday, October 15th – 1:00pm
Come take a tour of the RocketSpace campus!
A developer bootcamp inside a Tech Incubator? Come take a personal tour & see why RocketU bootcamp is different from the other bootcamps!
On-campus Developer Bootcamps
Jan 5th – Mar 27th
Full-Stack Developer Bootcamp 12-Weeks on the RocketSpace Campus
In our 12-Week intensive Bootcamp, our students build Full-Stack products from start-to-finish using Python, Django, and AngularJS. Throughout our bootcamp students work alongside 175+ amazing tech startups in the heart of San Francisco, while studying with some of the best instructors in the world. Students have free access to amazing speakers, community, and events at RocketSpace. Following RocketU graduation our students will have 2 months free desk space @ RocketClub, which gives them a dedicated workspace to hack on projects, and prep for job interviews.
Learn from our
Rudy has been obsessed with technology since he got his first PC in ’91 as a kid and has been developing websites and games since. As a co-founder and the technical director of Yeti he currently spends his days in the Yeti Cave architecting web and mobile application solutions for clients, as well as teaching the latest RocketU class how to be Djangonauts.
Tony is a passionate builder of things. After creating websites and apps for a decade and graduating with a degree in Computer Science and Business, Tony went on to found Yeti, San Francisco’s premiere development studio. Yeti serves as RocketU’s teaching staff and curriculum advisors, providing real world examples and expertise to the students. Tony is a frequent lecturer and actively makes curriculum contributions.
Baylee is a former management consultant who decided to throw it all out the window and attend a web development bootcamp. She has been building projects in Django ever since and loving it. When not working on web and mobile products at Yeti or teaching students at RocketU, she runs Out for Undergrad, a non-profit that educates LGBT undergrads in the transition to careers in business and tech.
Geoff is a designer, developer, and problem solver. After running a web design development studio in Boston for several years, he decided to move west, landing happily at Yeti. Today he designs applications and experiences that make people smile. At RocketU he teaches the principles of visual design and interaction with a focus on user experience and enjoyment.
John is a former medical device guru who decided to take his weekend programming to the next level by joining RocketSpace as an in-house developer & bootcamp instructor. He has an affinity for anything programming related & is always pushing himself to learn the latest & greatest technologies.