The Tech Field is Expanding Faster Than You Can Imagine

Our world is becoming more and more tech based. The job market is expanding faster than positions can be filled. The United States is in need of more web development and cybersecurity talent.

There are thousands of jobs waiting to be filled by qualified programmers. Jax Code Bootcamps are designed to teach you the skills you need and prepare you for the job market. Bootcamp curriculums are created with one primary goal: Make you fully qualified and employable as a programmer. We want to to be a member of this revolutionary industry. We want you to learn, prepare, then go out and crush it.

The average starting salary nationwide of a web developer is $70,000+. For cybersecurity experts, that figure can be between $80-100K+. In the Jacksonville area our students earn starting salaries which average between $45,000 and $70,000.

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Jobs for which you will be qualified:

Web Development Bootcamp:

  • software engineer
  • front-end web developer
  • full-stack web developer
  • javascript developer
  • wordpress developer
  • python developer
  • ruby developer
  • web designer
  • ux designer
  • visual designer
  • digital marketer

Cybersecurity Bootcamp (We will prepare you to sit for these certifications):

  • CEH: certified ethical hacker
  • CISM: certified information security manager
  • Comptia Security+
  • CISSP: certified information systems security professional
  • CISA: certified information security auditor
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Dr. Fitzmeyer, the founder and lead instructor at Jax Code Academy, is a Physician Informaticist and expert in Web Development. Dr. Fitzmeyer has two post-doc fellowships. One in Clinical Informatics from Boston University Medical Center and another in Advanced Clinical Informatics from the Boston VA Healthcare System. Third place winner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hacking Medicine Miami Dade College, February 2016 First place winner, Brigham & Women's Hospital Hackathon - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Prize, September 2014 First place winner Massachusetts Institute of Technology Grand Hackfest - Hospital IT Track, March 2014 Founder of MD Idea Lab @ UMass Boston, a digital health incubator featured in the Boston Globe, 2013: http://b.globe.com/13JTNYa

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