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Information Sessions

Develop your dream with one of our intensive and immersive coding bootcamps.

In just 10-12 weeks, you could start a new tech career making up to $49,000 by completing a Deep Dive bootcamp. Learn to build apps, create websites, design video games, design hardware, and so much more.

Find out more by attending one of our upcoming virtual Information Sessions. Zoom instructions will be emailed to you when you RSVP.

  • September 14, 2022 5:30pm RSVP
  • November 9, 2022 12pm RSVP

Come to hear about the application process, financial assistance, resources for students, and much more, including firsthand stories from some of our alumni.

Can’t attend one of our scheduled info sessions? Here’s a pre-recorded option featuring all Deep Dive instructors. 

Demo Days

Deep Dive continues to highlight our students hard work by inviting employer partners to our Employer Roundtable events. Employer Roundtable is the opportunity for our students to showcase their final Capstone Projects and answer questions from the professionals in this field. This is also a great chance to learn more about the program, what our students have learned, and identify talent. This is also a great event for prospective students to see what they will be able to build if they were to attend our programs. Contact Esteban Martinez or for RSVP information. 

Upcoming Employer Roundtable events (all times MST):


User Experience/User Interface Design (UX/UI) – Wednesday June 8th 5:15 to 7pm 

JavaScript Fullstack Web Development  – Friday, June 17th 8:30 to 10:30am 

Build Your Network

A lot of entry level jobs never make it to job boards online because they are fulfilled by local networking. It is up to you to put yourself out there and build your network. Building a network is fundamental to career success in this day and age. Not sure where to start? Meetups are a great place to get started.

ABQ Coding and Technology meetups
Deep Dive Coding – Our very own meetup
RubyABQ – For Ruby on Rails developers or anyone interested in discovering the Ruby programming language. 
New Mexico User Experience Group – This is a group for anyone & everyone that’s interested in the field of User Experience (UX). 
Code For ABQ – Civic group focus on supporting public and non-profit orgs with coding needs
ABQ Game Developer Guild – Great group blending the arts and computer game development
DC505 – Cybersecurity specialists, ethical hackers, security researchers
AWS of New Mexico – Learn about AWS with guest speakers and community pros
New Mexico Coffee Ops – Dev+Ops, Infrastructure as Code, Site Reliability Engineering, Configuration Management, Cloud Computing, and more