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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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Modified MEAN Stack Javascript, 10 Week, Part Time

Coding Temple offers a 10 week part time JavaScript stack bootcamp. Below is a description of the course.

Course Description

Coding Temple’s 10 Week JavaScript Stack Development Course is an accelerated course where participants learn a complete set of tools required to build functional web applications.  The part time course caters to individuals that need to balance existing daytime commitments with their desire to learn software development. One of the primary advantages of teaching the JavaScript stack in an accelerated format is that students are only required to learn a single programming language for both front-end and back-end development needs.

For the JavaScript Stack Development Course, Coding Temple has focused on an emerging set of open-source tools and technologies favored by technology startups and developers who prefer a leaner and more cost-effective approach to developing software. While most of the technologies in this course will continue to evolve over time to meet the needs of changing industries, Coding Temple has focused on a stack that we feel provides a strong feature set and long term viability.

The part-time course meets Monday through Thursday during the evening for ten weeks. A typical evening will last just over three hours, and will consist of classroom discussions, lectures, and programming exercises. Some topics covered will include Agile Development Methodology, MySQL, Open-Source Frameworks, and Pair Programming.

Students are responsible for contacting the Instructor or TA for any additional help they may require outside of established class time. Additionally, students should be able to commit an additional 20 hours per week outside of class to self-guided study and assignments.

At the conclusion of the course, participants will have exposure to the full JavaScript stack and should be comfortable developing functional web applications.

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 be assigned several homework and in-class projects to give them hands-on familiarity with the JavaScript stack. Students will work in teams to complete a larger capstone assignment that encompasses all of the material covered throughout the course.

Pre-Work Schedule

Participants are expected to complete approximately 40 hours of work prior to the first in-class session. Participants will be issued a book on HTML & CSS and will need to demonstrate competency of these technologies by creating a static web page, using the concepts discussed in the book.  We recommend that participants budget approximately 20 hours per week for two weeks prior to the beginning of the course to complete this work.


The programming language of HTML and the Web.


Javascript framework for building interactive and dynamic web pages.


The way web applications talk to each other.


Presentation and styling of website.


An open-source, cross-platform runtime environment for developing server-side web applications.


Web design pattern for building websites and web applications.


Database language to store and retrieve information.


A sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development.