Coder Camps Teams Up With Microsoft Bizspark To Gain Microsoft Software.


Coder Camps Teams Up With Microsoft Bizspark To Gain Microsoft Software.

Coder Camps is a 9-week intensive boot camp for learning to code based in Pearland, TX just outside of Houston. The camp has had huge success at building amazing developers and entrepreneurs and now they have partnered with Microsoft to bring the tools that start ups need to succeed and at no cost to Coder Camps students.


This free service is through a program Microsoft created called BizSpark, which has been promoting start ups with the program for a few years. Combining the curriculum of the full stack programming boot camp at Coder Camps with the benefits of BizSpark, Microsoft and Coder Camps are reducing the time for a person with a great idea to get into business while moving in a positive direction to promote new businesses to use Microsoft technologies that are already driving many of today’s enterprises.

“Working with Microsoft to bring the latest in enterprise technologies for student’s start ups has been amazing. They have really embraced what we are doing at Coder Camps. It is going to be amazing to see the apps in the Windows Store that result from the combination of Biz Spark with Coder Camps.” -David Graham, Coder Camps Founder

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The students that get accepted (numerous already have) will also get many other benefits than just licenses. Through the new partnership, students at Coder Camps will also get Windows Azure credits so that they can host their new business web applications that they are learning to build at camp. Students will also have access to all of the MSDN training material, which is known as the most comprehensive in the industry. Additionally, Microsoft evangelists are doing workshops at the Coder Camps campus on regular intervals to make sure that students are getting everything that they can out of the BizSpark program.

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