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I am going to purchase a spot for the Bubble Bootcamp next week. I most likely will take multiple courses after, focused more so about starting a business from it, to add to the technical knowledge I hope to gain.

Did you finish building your app after the bootcamp? I want to temper expectations because even with the agenda/syllabus, I am not 100% clear on the takeaways.

Were you working on the app, in between classes by applying lessons learned to it? Or is it more so about foundational technical knowledge, and more generic? With 8 people per a class, I am unsure how much undivided attention you can really get. I’m willing to use the bootcamp as a means to learn the fundamentals as I don’t know how to code (though I have a Design/Photoshop/Illustrator/UI/UX background).

I am willing to pay separately for 1:1 coaching sessions if they’re reasonably priced, and it allows me to get things off the ground by December. I can’t find that many reviews on the bootcamp, so unsure if it’s just too new for that.

Coming from a Photoshop background is a great way to learn the fundamentals of Bubble.

I recommend you to focus on making simple todo apps and learn from there. When I started, my first SaaS was the PMA template on my contributors page.

It took me 2 months to build it, I could do it today within a week.

Timelapse of zero to hero is around 2-3 months if you put in about 1-2 hours a day, I don’t recommend spending more hours in the beginning.

My suggested path for you:

  1. Create responsive landing pages.

  2. Build a todo app.

  3. Adding features to the todo app.

  4. Learn more about databases from a developers perspective.

  5. Look into applying privacy rules.

6 . Repeat the process at least 2 times with different projects.

Good luck!


Hey there @Lotusbuddafly :wave:

I actually get a lot of students coming to me for one-on-one sessions during and after the Bubble Bootcamp they are attending.

I think some people just need that one-on-one time with someone, working on their specific idea/project. Most of my clients book me for one or two sessions a week until they are up and running. They do some work on their own, then once they have questions, they write down their questions till they have enough for an hour or two, then they book a session with me to expedite their project.

It’s very helpful for them, especially when they already have a business up and running and need something quickly. :rocket:

I think the Bootcamp is good for theory and the general idea of how to build with Bubble, but building your actual project mostly depends on how much time you have to invest on it.

Hope that helps! :blush:

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Hi, I am a trainer on the Bubble Bootcamps and can say it very much depends. Those that have time to work on their App between the sessions each week get much further than those that just have the time to attend the 2hrs weekly session.

Obviously people learn at different paces so that is also a factor. We were spending on average about 20/30 mins each sessions helping people with specific problems they are facing but it is not 1:1 support.

I would defiantly recommend people starting with the Bootcamp and then topping up with 1:1 if they are stuck on specific issues.



Thanks! I am a visual learner, so I catch on to things very quickly once I see how it’s done. I’ve already started building my app and will do as much as I can on my own, as well as document the data flows/wireframes before classes start, so it makes things easier.

Hopefully I’ll connect the dots easily during training and be able to apply the learnings in areas that are trickier for me to understand on my own. I’ve been practicing 3-4 times a weeks for 3-5 hours at a time for the past couple months. I am heavily invested in getting this business off the ground!