Course Report is an online resource for prospective Coding Bootcamp students researching intensive bootcamp programs for web development, design, or data science. Course Report publishes course information for over 350 coding schools around the world, such as program offerings, start dates, cost, and location in order for prospective students to make informed decisions. Additionally, the research and reviews site houses data about the coding bootcamp industry beginning in 2013 and released annually.
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Course Report was founded in 2013 by LivingSocial alumni Adam Lovallo & Liz Eggleston, and is advised by Jay Weintraub, Aaron Batalion, and Tim O'Shaughnessy.
In addition to serving as a resource for future coding bootcamp students, Course Report also conducts and releases several research reports about the coding bootcamp industry each year. The most-cited of these are the Coding Bootcamp Market Sizing Report and the Bootcamp Alumni Outcomes & Demographics Study.
Course Report’s primary function is to provide current information- including reviews, application tips, and course dates- to potential coding bootcampers. Over 4,000 students and alumni have left reviews of their coding bootcamp experiences on Course Report. In early 2016, Course Report launched a “common application,” enabling users to apply to multiple coding bootcamps with one application.