The Brief

The skills and experience that students achieve at Coding Temple takes them a long way. We offer small classes, so students are able to have a more one on one interaction with our teachers. Our curriculum is designed to make students feel confident and be successful in the workforce once they have completed our course.

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.NET, 10 Week, Full Stack, Full Time

Full Time .NET Bootcamp

Coding Temple offers a 10 week full stack .NET bootcamp.  Below is a descriptions of the course.

Course Description

Coding Temple’s 10 Week Full Stack Development Course provides a thorough primer on all of the tools and technologies required to envision, design, build, test, and deploy completely functional web applications.  

For the .NET course, we’ve focused on a set of mature technologies created and maintained by Microsoft, as well as several open-source libraries. The languages covered in this course consistently rank as some of the most-popular and in-demand across several different indexes. Furthermore, The Coding Temple instructors feel that the ease-of-use and capability of these development tools are some of the best available.

While on campus, the average day will consist of homework review, classroom discussions, lectures, technical quizzes, and programming exercises.  Some of the concepts discussed include HTTP, Databases, Libraries, Frameworks, DRY Code, Pair Programming, and Design Patterns.

At the conclusion of the course, participants will gain the knowledge required to consider themselves full-stack software developers.

Evaluation Criteria

There is no certificate of completion for participation in this course, and no formal gradebook is maintained by the instructor. Throughout the course, participants will create several different applications which will be gathered into their portfolio, including one capstone assignment that encompasses all of the material covered throughout the course. A student that successfully completes the course will have several of these portfolio items to demonstrate their mastery of the topics covered during the course.

Pre-Work Schedule

Participants are expected to complete approximately 60 hours of work prior to the first in-class session. This pre-work consists of several videos as well as practice problems. We recommend that participants budget approximately 20 hours per week for three weeks prior to the beginning of the course to complete this work.


Database language to store and retrieve information


A set of routines, protocols, and tools for communicating with software applications.


An elegant language used for the server


A system designed to host code and allow project collaboration.


Web Framework for building websites and web applications.


Presentation and styling of website.


Object relational mapper that automates database access and retrieval.


Javascript framework for building interactive and dynamic web pages.


An untyped, dynamic. interpreted, runtime language present in all modern web browsers.