Web Development Immersive

Full-Time Coding Bootcamp

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Come ask your questions as our Web Director, Jeremy Robertson, gives an overview of the course and what you can expect. The sessions is free to join and takes place online!

13 Weeks of Code Training

Our 13-week web development course allows students to learn and apply all of the necessary coding skills in order to start a career in web development. Students will attend our classes on-campus in Provo, Utah and learn web development with the help of in-person guidance from our team of experienced instructors, and benefit from free housing.

Learn webdev at DevMountain, with a 13 week immersive course that will teach you all necessary skills and practices required to start a career in a field related to webdev. Students attend classes on campus and can receive free student housing.

DevMountain Culture

At our web dev bootcamp, you can plug yourself into a culture of creating, building, and achieving success with like minded people. Our expert faculty love sharing their craft, and enjoy empowering the next wave of programmers and entrepreneurs.

One-On-One Mentoring

Established developers, alumni, and industry experts all get involved to help you learn web development. What results is a perfect combination of mentors who know where you are starting, where you are at, and where you are going in your education.

Free Student Housing

Did someone say free housing? You heard right. What really sets our web development bootcamp apart is that all full-time students can take advantage of DevMountain's free and fully furnished housing while they learn web development. Housing is conveniently located next to all DevMountain campuses.

Career Support

All students in our website development program are guided through the process with on-campus career guidance counselors. These counselors will work face-to-face with you as you learn web development, making sure that you have all of the tools and preparation for a successful career in code.

Optimize Your Resume

You will build your resume and portfolio with help from our experienced career coaching team. You will also work face-to-face with a counselor to develop a job search plan that works best for you.

Career & Interview Prep

Our counselors will work with you to find the perfect job for your skills and interests. You’ll go through mock interviews, pick up tips and tricks, and learn how to ace your first interview as a developer.

Employer Networking

You’ll also get lifetime access to our exclusive “Meet n’ Hire” events, where you will be able to network with all kinds of employers who are looking to hire awesome new developers like you.

Additional Career Resources


Student Life

Our bootcamp will teach you more than coding -- you'll learn how to solve problems and be a self-sufficient developer. When you're fully immersed in our curriculum you'll master the fundamental building blocks of web and software development, making you a highly valuable, desirable asset throughout your career.

A day in the life of a student

See what it's really like

Example Student Schedule

The course is rigorous, but we break up our schedule with lectures, presentations, labs and project building. A typical day at DevMountain campus could look like the example day schedule below.

MON-FRI, 9AM-5PM // 600 Course Hours

9 AM

Toy Problem

Class warm-up

Previous day reviews and code exercises that strengthen concepts and skills

10 AM


Instructor-led lessons

Learn key objectives through guided practice, discussions, presentations, guest lectures and activities

12:30 PM


Nom nom time

Continue to work through lunch grab a bite at a local spot, or make your own at our on-campus kitchens

1:30 PM


Labs & Workstation

Guided practice with on-hand mentors to work on weekly, personal, and group projects. Work on labs solo or in groups. Receive over-the-shoulder help whenever it is needed

3 PM

Sit Downs

One-on-one check-ins

Regular check-ins from our student success crew, employer relations team, and instructors / mentors.

5 PM

Open Campus, 24/7

End of class

Many mentors live in DevMountain housing and stay on campus around the clock. Campus is open to mentors, employees, instructors, and of course students all day everyday!

Free Housing

Did someone say free housing? Yes. All full-time students can take advantage of DevMountain's free housing, available on a first come first serve basis. Housing is provided during your time in our program. No other code bootcamp offers anything like it.

Upcoming Start Dates


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What You'll Learn

At the immersive bootcamp, you’ll learn web dev programs and languages like HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript, Git and Github, Jquery, Angular.JS, Node.JS, React, and databases. This will allow you to connect all the dots necessary to kickstart a career in web development.


As part of the web development bootcamp, we'll cover how to use HTML and CSS to build a modern, professional website. To get ahead of current trends, and equip yourself with future proof knowledge, you will learn mobile and responsive techniques that are crucial for building websites and apps in the modern "multi-device" age.


Don’t worry, this ain't your uncle's Javascript class. The industry has evolved, and as such, the DevMountain web development bootcamp goes above and beyond basic HTML/CSS and Javascript, to teach you advanced methods that have become the standard in the industry today.

Git & Github

Git is the de facto standard for source version control and team collaboration. It also has its own jargon, best practices, and workflows, all of which combined can be enough to keep you busy for quite a while. Yet these tactics will be crucial to your contribution in the modern workplace, as well as in helping you to secure, protect and archive your code. As such, they are also an important part of our website development program, so that every student finishes with all necessary knowhow.


While jQuery isn't sufficient to build a fully-featured web application on its own, it's the underpinning for a lot of great frameworks and libraries. This means that you need to understand jQuery at a solid level in order to be able to do bigger and better stuff.


AngularJS is the hottest new framework for building complex web applications, and so it is essential for a new developer looking to make headway in the field. Angular utilizes a declarative syntax and a powerful dependency injection system that makes it necessary for keeping your code scalable, maintainable, and modular.


At the web development bootcamp, we want to give you all of the necessary tools to make a full web application. That includes server side components, which will allow you to store, retrieve, and manipulate data for your users. That is why we will teach you Node.JS, which allows us to write server side applications with our language of choice, Javascript.


React is the premier way to build big, fast Web applications with JavaScript. The web app landscape is moving increasingly towards dedicated libraries over monolithic frameworks. For that reason, there is no better way to future proof your skills than with learning React, and as such it is an important part of the bootcamp.


Learning how you will store, access, and remove your app's data is essential to being a full-stack developer. That’s why, in the web development bootcamp, we'll teach you a powerful SQL database, along with a popular Node.JS ORM. This will allow you to connect all the dots necessary to make your app come to life.

Student Projects


GroopScoop is a real-time group chat application. Happy Grooping! // Blake H., 2016 Alumni

Student Projects

Alien Hunt

Alien Hunt is an arcade style shooter game. // Shea Close, Timothy Bennett, samer Aladhami, Julian Ruiz

Student Projects


Cheap and easy email automation. // Daniel F., 2014 Alumni

DevMountain Instructors


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Meet some of the team who will help get you to the next level:

Jeremy Robertson

Web Director

DevMountain HQ

Brack Carmony

Lead Instructor

Provo, UT

Joe Blank

Lead Mentor

Provo, UT

Steven Isbell

Lead Instructor

Dallas, TX

Shea Close

Lead Mentor

Dallas, TX

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