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"Our Evening Coding Bootcamp"
Though many people have had great success quitting their job and swan-diving into a coding bootcamp, not everyone can commit to a full-time, 10-12 week coding course. Careers, families, education - life, in general, makes it difficult to commit to that type of schedule.
Do any of the below sound like you?
“I need my day job to afford a coding bootcamp.”
“My degree is in another field, but I want to learn more about coding.”
“I would like to be able to provide for my future family.”
“I want to be able to provide for my family.”
“I would like a better career.”
“I would like to be more valuable in my current career.”
The essentials to know
While on campus, the average day will consist of homework review, classroom discussions, lectures, technical quizzes, developing projects, and programming exercises. Some of the concepts discussed include: Design Patterns, Databases, Libraries, Frameworks, DRY Code, and Pair Programming.
We also go above and beyond by helping to place you within the industry. Our entire team is dedicated to making sure you’re ready. Whether it’s helping you build a resumé or preparing you for typical software engineer interviews, we make sure that you have the confidence and ability to acquire the ideal position in the industry after finishing the course.
The bread and butter of the course is designing your very own CapStone Project, that will be displayed to local representatives of various companies at the end of the 10 Week Coding Bootcamp.
Preparing For Coding Bootcamp
Moving forward to success
Participants are expected to complete approximately 60 hours of work prior to the first in-class session. This pre-work consists of several programming videos as well as programming 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.
At the conclusion of the course, participants will gain the knowledge required to consider themselves Full-Stack software developers. Because of this, you will increase your value in the workforce.
The Pre-Work will involve the programming languages below and will be consistently revisited throughout the course of the coding class.
An untyped, dynamic, interpreted, runtime language present in all modern web browsers.
The basic structure of a website and how it is presented or stylized.
Cascading Style Sheets that bring detailed designs to objects of a website.
Database language to store and retrieve information.
Open-source, cross-platform document-oriented database program
A set of routines, protocols, and tools for communicating with software applications