Our program is both challenging for those already in the field, but accessible enough for those looking to change their careers.
We have a 100% job placement rate for graduates looking for full-time software engineer roles in Tokyo.
Average Yearly Salary for Junior Software Engineering Positions in Tokyo
"I thought I would only develop technical skills, but at Code Chrysalis we have a lot of challenges in terms of project or team management — having to work with people — and also a lot of public speaking. So there are a lot of things to overcome, and these small steps have made me feel very confident."
"I think my curiosity for technologies and going through the advanced immersive seemed to stand out. I don't think I [would have] got[ten] this offer if I didn't go to Code Chrysalis. You guys... I made the best choice in my life!"
"I regret why I did not apply for this program earlier and I am very happy working with talented colleagues with unbelievable salary and benefits in the international environment traveling abroad."
"With [Code Chrysalis's] help, I was able to receive several job offers, and even negotiated my salary! I am now at a company that pays more than twice the salary of my last company!!! Even now they still ask how my job is going and check in with me often.
If you're thinking about joining, you should do it ASAP."
Before the start of our coding bootcamp, you must complete our precourse curriculum. Some topics that precourse covers includes: git & GitHub, unit testing, functional programming (higher order functions, closures, recursion), inheritance patterns, HTML & CSS, and more. Build a strong foundation before the Immersive begins.
It takes students 40 - 80 hours to complete and successful completion is mandatory for participation in the Immersive.
You will spend the first week reviewing and learning advanced fundamentals like recursion, inheritance patterns, object-oriented programming, test driven development, data structures, and functional programming.
We bring you full-stack starting from the backend and moving to the frontend. You will work on a slew of solo and team projects, ending with a full-stack project that you get to choose and build from scratch.
Topics we cover include GraphQL, Node, Express, React, Redux, continuous integration & continuous delivery, team workflows, framework architecture, and much more.
You will also learn about product development and management so that you can be prepared for any situation
Week 7 and 8 are where you start on preparing for life after graduation. We work with industry partners like Rakuten AirMap and RapidAPI to provide a real-world experience to you. You will also polish your resume, prepare for technical interviews, and work on your pitching skills.
You are also required to do public tech talks during this time. Previous students have done everything from AR and VR to blockchain to shaders---anything that they have explored using code.
Week 9 is our polyglottal week, where you are required to choose a language (that you have never learned before) and create a full-stack application. The ability to be autonomous is incredibly important for career longevity.
You have about 3-4 weeks to plan and develop a culminating team industry-level project using everything that you have learned as well as new technologies. We have a no-limit rule on these; you can do anything that you want, in any language, as long as it meets our complexity requirements.