June 16, 2024
Montana Coding Institute

Montana Coding Institute, Credit: Bozeman Grit

BOZEMAN, MONTANA — Montana Coding Institute, a new startup based in Bozeman, has made a bold promise to its students: they will be fluent in all programming languages, even the ones that haven't been invented yet.

BOZEMAN, MONTANA — Montana Coding Institute, a new startup based in Bozeman, has made a bold promise to its students: they will be fluent in all programming languages, even the ones that haven’t been invented yet.

The school, which opened its doors just last week, is offering a comprehensive program that covers everything from the basics of HTML and CSS to the intricacies of machine learning and large language model (LLM) AI development.

But it’s not just the curriculum that sets Montana Coding Institute apart from other coding bootcamps. According to the school’s founder, Wolfram von Braun, the secret to their success lies in their proprietary teaching method.

“We use a combination of hypnosis, brainwashing, and subliminal messaging to ensure that our students retain everything they learn,” von Braun explains. “We even have a team of psychics on staff to help us predict which programming languages will be invented in the future.”

Some industry experts have raised doubts about the school’s claims, pointing out that new programming languages are being invented all the time and that it’s impossible for anyone to be fluent in all of them. But von Braun remains undaunted.

“We have the best team in the world working on this,” he says. “And we’re not going to stop until our students can write code in every language that comes their way, from A++ to Z#.

As for the students themselves, they seem to be enjoying the experience so far.

“It’s definitely intense,” says 23-year-old student Emily Pascal. “But I feel like I’m learning so much. Plus, I’ve been having some really weird dreams lately.”

Only time will tell if Montana Coding Institute can live up to its promises. But one thing’s for sure: if they do, their graduates will be some of the most sought-after programmers in the world.