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Free Coding Bootcamp. Start your career as a Full Stack Developer.

New class starts every two weeks.

Class Schedule: 6pm – 10pm Mondays through Saturdays

In only 18 weeks, you are ready to start your Software Career.

Whether you want to get into tech, change careers, upgrade your skills, our Full Stack Software Developer program can set you on the path to success. A Full Stack Developer has the skills to do end to end software development for web based applications. They write code not only for the user’s front-end web applications or mobile applications, but they’re also writing API code that works in the middle, as well as write server code that works on the back server while connecting and communicating with databases. Full Stack Developers have to have skills in a wide variety of coding niches, from HTML to databases to graphic design and UI/UX management in order to do their job. As the tech workforce continues to grow, demand for web developers and software engineers increases, opening up many job opportunities. Competition among employers to attract top talent means relatively high salaries for  entry-level and senior positions.

Learn from experts in Live Classes

Our classes are not “do it at your own pace”, canned, pre-recorded videos! These are Live, Instructor-led Online classes. You will learn in real time from experienced Instructors by doing hands-on coding activities from the first day. Multiple instructors and Teaching Assistants are present in every live session of the class to assist with the hands-on coding activities.

Learn by doing
By the end of the class, you will build your own portfolio and showcase your coding skills to potential employers. You will be creating full-stack web applications that leverage modern programming languages (Python and Javascript), frameworks, and tools. Our goal is to make you ready for employment and productive in your new job from day one.

Course Overview
Our Full Stack Developer Program uses an immersive hands-on training methodology to teach practical coding skills to prepare you for a job in the software industry. You will learn the underlying programming languages, frameworks and database programming to build fully functioning web applications. The course consists of these four modules:

Python Programming (48 hours)
Javascript, Data Structures and Algorithms (180 hours)
Front & Back End Development (180 hours)
Cloud Deployment and Management (40 hours)

Learning Objectives
– Object Oriented programming using Python and Javascript 
– Data Structures (Stacks, Queues, Trees, etc)
– Algorithms (Sorting, Searching, Recursion, etc)
– Algorithm design methods (Brute force, Greedy method, Divide and Conquer, Dynamic programming, Backtracking etc)
– Front-end development (HTML5, CSS3, ES6, Bootstrap and React with Hooks)
-Back-end development (Express, Node.js, Axios and Mongoose API, MongoDB)
-Cloud Deployment & Management (GitHub, Containers, Kubernetes, Microservices, etc)
– Deploy on AWS (EC2, S3, Cloud front, AWS API gateway).
-Job search, mock technical interview preparation and whiteboard coding challenges (during the second half of the course).

Admission and Government Funding Process

– At least 18 years of age (need to supply proof)
– Minimum High School Diploma/GED. (need to supply proof)
– Authorized to work in the US (need to supply proof)
Basic computer skills (Web search and Google Docs)
– You need to pass an analytical skills test to proceed further.
-Complete the 48-hour Free Python Programming class successfully to be able to apply for the government funding.
-Apply for the government funding and start the Javascript module upon funding approval. You must complete it successfully to proceed to the next module.
– Complete the Front & Back End Development module.
– Go through Technical interview preparation, coding challenge practice and interviews with prospective employers.
-Start working as a software developer to meet your obligation to the government funding agency.
– The school gets reimbursed for your training and job placement.

Technical Requirements:
You will need a Windows PC (Windows 10/11) or a Mac (OSX) with 8GB RAM and 50GB free space to attend the class.

Click here to download the informational flyer.

New class every two weeks. Enroll today.

Industry Outlook for Full Stack Developers.

On any given day, there are thousands of job openings for Full Stack Developers on LinkedIn and Indeed. According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report, Web development is one of the fastest-growing careers in today’s economy, with jobs in the field projected to grow by 13% through 2030. This not only means you have the potential to make a lot more money, but it also means there are more programmer jobs available – especially in the U.S. The United States is the largest tech market in the world.

If you have an AA degree (in any field) and are looking to break into the lucrative software industry, this is your opportunity to do it tuition free.

So what exactly does a Full Stack Developer do?

A full-stack software developer writes code not only for the user’s front-end web applications or mobile applications, but they’re also writing API code that sits in the middle, they’re writing server code that sits in the back, and they’re also connecting and communicating with databases. Essentially a full-stack developer does both front-end and back-end development. But that’s not all. They also understand how those pieces work together, and they’re able to create the communication and integration that exists between those two sides. 

Career Services

In the second half of the course, our career services staff will help you prepare your resume, polish your LinkedIn profile and create an online portfolio consisting of your GitHub profile. In addition, we will help you prepare for your technical and soft-skill interviews. We help you perfect your ability to ace technical interviews and communicate your technical skills confidently.

A portfolio consists of web applications and projects that demonstrate your knowledge of programming; often, a recruiter will base their first impression of you and your skill set off of what they see in your portfolio. Including a link to your GitHub profile in your resume is an easy way for technical recruiters to see how comfortable you are writing and reading code, plus gives a glimpse into how many languages and frameworks you are proficient in. Make sure your GitHub profile is updated and visible to potential employers.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. What is the Analytical Skills test and why is it a requirement to get admitted to the program?
A. You will need to complete a multiple-choice critical thinking and problem-solving assessment. This is your chance to show us your logic-based skills. No prior industry experience is required to complete the assessment. If you pass the analytical assessment you are able to move forward with the next step.

Q. I already know programming. Why do I need to take the Python Programming module?
A. First of all, there is no cost for the 48 hour Python Programming module. The government funding agency that is paying for your education wants to ensure that you are serious about the training and finding employment. They base their decision on your performance in the Python module. Furthermore, it helps us set a baseline of programming expertise for all students. If you already know programming, it is a good refresher for you!

Q. I am interested. When can I enroll in the program?
A. We admit students on a rolling basis throughout the year. Click here and fill out the form to get started.

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