Using the same curriculum that has made our full-time Immersive Program a success, the Viking Flex Program allows you fit the course into your life with the full support of our staff, mentors, and other students along the way.
The Flex program has all the core elements that have made previous students at Viking so successful:
Viking is a complete path, from start to finish, that takes you from the nuts and bolts of how the web works to a career in modern web development.
As a student of the Flex Program, you follow our proven curriculum at your own pace and with all the support you need from our instructional team and your professional mentor.
Every student of the program is a full member of the Viking community. That means you have access to all of our students, speakers and alumni plus a variety of ongoing support resources:
These core support resources, which are available to all students, give you the chance to take on the material with allies at your back and wind in your sails.
Timely and effective feedback along the learning path is critical to help you maintain the quality and efiiciency of your progress. You will get your code reviewed 1-on-1 during a series of ongoing weekly check-ins with a professional developer from our mentor network. You also have access to our Career Services to help you navigate the upcoming job search.
Viking Career Services is a high intensity process that supports during your time in the core program and throughout the Job Search Cycle that follows.
Students in the Flex program come from all different backgrounds, locations, and experience levels. You can view a more complete list of Viking students on our Students page.
New Canaan, CTLinkedIn Profile
Nick is a Computer Science student at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Amidst taking on an embedded systems internship, he decided to build a full web-ready engineering skillset. He's a multi-disciplinary developer with a passion for Japanese culture.
Boston, MALinkedIn Profile
Adam is a fully credentialied P&C actuary who worked in management and strategy prior to taking the plunge to learn development as part of a lateral shift into engineering.
New York, NYLinkedIn Profile
Trevor, who graduated Summa Cum Laude from Syracuse, has lived a secret agent double life as both a startup leader and a freelance developer. More importantly, he can actually do a backflip.
I'm the type of person who needs to be challenged, and programming challenges me on a constant basis.
New York, NYLinkedIn Profile
Dustin is a recent Cornell graduate who previously worked in research and tech support for a variety of medical institutions. After trying out a number of online courses, he was looking for a much more intensive approach when he chose to take Viking's flex program full-time.
New Orleans, LALinkedIn Profile
Sia, a graduate of Harvard Business School who initially picked up Fortran 90 in college, worked in consulting and social entrepreneurship before bringing code back into her life. She spices up life in New Orleans with parade shenanigans and crochet.
Brisbane, AUSLinkedIn Profile
Steven is a full-time pharmacist who built websites using templates and editors but wanted to go deeper and learn 'real' development. He did all the basic stuff on sites like Codecademy but joined Viking to get significantly more applied learning.
There is plenty of additional information about how the program works on the next several pages.