Coding Dojo, a coding school for aspiring software developers with campuses across the US, recently announced it produces more graduates each year compared to the nation’s largest computer science program at a four-year higher education institute.

In 2016 the University of California at San Diego had the most students in the country complete undergraduate computer science degrees with 465 graduates. In comparison, Coding Dojo had 811 graduates at its campuses and an additional 176 from its online program for a grand total of 987 graduates in 2016–112 percent more than University of California at San Diego. In 2017, Coding Dojo...

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