We believe that to operate as an effective developer bootcamp, the student-teacher ratio must be optimal and much smaller than your traditional classroom. Coding is a challenging undertaking that requires knowledgeable and energetic instructors to be available one-on-one. That’s why we invest in maintaining an excellent student-to-teacher ratio for our program!
With over 15 years of experience in Front-end and Back-end development, Dan has led large teams of programmers for a variety of companies ranging from educational to gaming to advertising. While volunteering as a coding instructor with disadvantaged youth, he discovered a passion for teaching that led him to move into full-time teaching. Dan has a high degree of care for the students here and a strong desire to impart his excitement and help them gain a deeper understanding of programming.
Greg holds a Computer Science degree from UC Santa Barbara as well as certifications in PHP, MySQL, Java, and ASP.NET and other Microsoft technologies. He has held multiple tech jobs including over 10 years at a major OC digital agency where he was Director of Web Development and where he developed an educational and training program that was successful at taking interns and entry-level developers through to becoming experienced programmers. Some companies he has done work for include Cisco/Linksys, Coca Cola, IMAX, Legendary Pictures, Toyota, University of California, Whole Foods, and World Vision.
Bill holds an MBA from Pepperdine and has executive and management experience working at multi-billion-dollar companies. One of Bill’s roles at LearningFuze is networking with employers in the area to establish relationships that help get graduates in the door when looking for jobs. His extensive experience in interviewing, leading teams, and coaching employees helps ensure that students succeed in the program and do well afterwards as they take the next steps in their careers.
We have dedicated learning space that is focused on our students being able to code with little distraction or interference. It is a dedicated space on the second floor of an office building near the Irvine Spectrum – the heart of the Orange County tech world! LearningFuze is a program focused on the “skill-driven model” (i.e. learn by doing) and our site is designed with that in mind.
Collaborative learning environment
27” LCD monitors and WiFi you can pick up in the parking lot!
We chose our classroom to be smack-dab in the middle of Orange County’s tech hub, Irvine, CA. A city renowned for its numerous tech start-ups, like a mini Silicon Valley!