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Because of the increasing demand for software developers, digital economy jobs provide an exceptional opportunity for wage growth that will persist for many years.




Computer occupations made up nearly 45 percent of STEM employment.


Employment in computer occupations is projected to increase by 12.5 percent from 2014 to 2024


STEM occupations out-earn non- STEM fields by 12-30% across all education levels.



Learn how SoftStack Factory impacts the local San Diego community

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I am glad to have been a student at SoftStack Factory and I think it’s amazing that such a business model exists. Also, the team members and facilitators are one of the most dedicated and talented individuals I’ve learned from. The actual class portion was fun and engaging, and my cohort members and I learned how to build an Ionic mobile app after only a few weeks. 

- Jeanine Tran  - Software Developer at Infosys

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I appreciate the patience shown by all three instructors, as this material is pretty daunting at first. Having instructors that maintained the composure of the class throughout, and continued to encourage us to tinker and break our code, was extremely beneficial.

David Arias - SSF Grad

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Thanks to SoftStack Factory, I now have the tools to continue to learn and become a competent full stack engineer that uses his breadth knowledge to facilitate civic engagement and collective action focused on social and public health issues.

Gera Soto - Web Developer at Rescue Behavior Change Agency


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