Web Development Bootcamp Course

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Web Development Course Overview

Web Development is our most popular bootcamp. Learn to create dynamic websites by focusing on the React framework and library within a full tech stack that includes JavaScript, NodeJS, PostgreSQL, and Redux. Think project-based learning to gain front-end and back-end developer skills. To help you learn, we’re offering it both in-person and online with full-time or part-time courses to fit your schedule.

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Length: 13 weeks
Next Start: Jul 29, 2024


Length: 29 weeks
Next Start: Oct 22, 2024

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Length: 14 weeks
Next Start: Sep 09, 2024


Length: 29 weeks
Next Start: Jan 07, 2025

What You’ll learn in the Devmountain Web Development Course?

This immersive Web Development course is designed to teach you how to develop websites and web-based applications using modern technologies, so you can work as a front-end developer.

You will learn how to use full-stack developer tools to bring the web to life, you will receive a certificate of completion, have projects you created for your portfolio, and be ready to pursue jr. front-end developer positions in the tech industry.

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Front-End Language
Why we teach it:
JavaScript is the only programming language used in front-end web development. At Devmountain, we teach the modern standard. We also teach HTML and CSS, markup languages that complement JavaScript. See More

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JavaScript-based UI development library
Why we teach it:
React, originally invented by Meta, is an innovative front-end library that enhances the build process for developing modular and quick web applications. It is widely used across thousands of companies. See More

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HTML, CSS, and Javascript

Back-End Language
Why we teach it:
Node is a popular backend coding language used by some big companies, including Nasa! Node allows you to create backend functionality using Javascript, and reduces the need to learn yet another language solely for backend. See More

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Database Language
Why we teach it:
PostgreSQL is an open-source and free to use relational database language. Once students have an understanding of PostgreSQL, Learning other databases is straightforward. See More

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PL/pgSQL, PL/Tcl, PL/Perl, and PL/Python

open-source JavaScript library
Why we teach it:
Redux is a state management system used by large infrastructure companies that need to handle a lot of information at once! Redux integrates with Javascript and React to simplify your state variables and make development easier. See More

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React or Angular

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Short Web Dev Courses, Long Careers

Web development is a dynamic field. Even established developers continuously grow in their roles to keep ahead. Learning web development at a bootcamp pace from Devmountain’s renowned instructors can help you skill up quickly. Even better, you’ll start building a network of peers and our career support team can help you prepare for pursuing your career, from personalized job search help to mock interviews. All of that in a few short months.

Full-Stack Toolset to Build Your Resume

Career Support Beyond Graduation

Instructors You’ll Love. A Network You’ll Need

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How Do I Finance My Devmountain Course?

Though there are many ways to finance your education, most of our students use their own resources (either by themselves or with the help of family) or use a third-party loan to pay their Devmountain tuition.

What Happens When I Enroll in the Web Development Course?

Some people get nervous about applying, but there is no need. The application isn’t so much about proving your worth to us, but us helping you to determine if this course is a good fit for you. There’s no commitment during the application process, which has three parts:

If you complete your application successfully, you’ll be admitted. At that point it will be up to you whether you want to politely decline or pay your seat deposit and move ahead.

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The consultation is a 20-30 minute chat with an admissions counselor about you, your goals, and your questions.
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The skill review is an opportunity to gauge how well you might learn that material and whether or not you like learning about web development.
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Frequently Asked Questions...

Have you ever watched a web developer for a while? We have. For small periods, they can live off caffeine and junk food. There is a decent chance they are wearing a T-shirt that was given to them for free. And, most impressively, they will endure hours and hours of frustration and torment all for that glorious moment when — Boom! — everything comes together and works perfectly. (Until the next Chrome update.)

It’s a tough life, but someone has to do it. The internet has changed the world and whether a medical professional wants to research life-saving treatments or some dude just wants to watch cat videos before going to bed, front-end developers make all that interaction possible. They often work on teams, big or small, with other developers, and maybe a manager, designer, and some other support staff making websites and web applications. Deadlines can be rough. Stress can sometimes be high. But moments of success make it all worthwhile.

A love of code and tech is a great start, but it takes a lot more to succeed in the world of web development. You can’t just take a web development course and call it good. Great programmers are also:

  • Good at Time
  • Management
  • Patient and Positive
  • Consistently Learning
  • Lovers of Puzzles and Problem Solving
  • Good Communicators
  • Detail Oriented
Our Web Development course is designed to be as close to in-person as possible without being on campus. There is live instruction, interaction with instructors, the ability to ask questions, and a way to work on projects with peers. You’ll be at home. The first half of the program is a shared experience with students from all courses. Then the classmates that share your specialization will split into a small group to focus on web development and building portfolio projects. View Remote “Campus” →

There are two ways to answer this question.
First, our full-stack Utah bootcamp is designed so that people with basic computer literacy should be able to graduate. For instance, you don’t need to have been coding since the days of Fortran, but you should feel comfortable installing programs and apps on your computer without regularly asking someone for help.
Second, all that said, we aren’t sure why anyone would choose to study something they have no experience with. A little experience with programming will not only help you complete your coding course, but it will help you feel confident that you’re studying something you enjoy.

We understand the desire to be reassured, but this isn’t something anyone can know in advance. (And beware of anyone who tells you they can.)
What we can tell you is our Outcomes Team tracks each and every recent graduate and their employment status. They are ready to help you polish your LinkedIn profile, optimize your resume, prepare for interviews, and help in many other ways.
If you want to learn more, we encourage you to look at our published Outcomes Report and research job demand from reputable sources. As you do so, keep in mind demand can vary a lot by circumstance and region, and high demand is still not a guarantee of employment.

Do you have a different question? Well, aren’t you precocious! Feel free to reach out to us any time about any old thing. 

See All the Upcoming Web Dev Cohorts

CourseCourse DatesSchedule and Time ZoneTuitionLocationDeadline to EnrollApply
webdevJul 29 - Oct 25Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pmMountain Time$9,900LehiJul 22, 2024Full-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevFTLH10
webdevSep 09 - Dec 13Mon - Fri, 9:30am - 5:30pmCentral Time$9,900Online, RemoteSep 05, 2024Full-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevFTRT3
webdevSep 16 - Dec 20Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pmMountain Time$9,900LehiSep 12, 2024Full-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevFTLH11
webdevOct 22 - May 09Tuesday and Thursday, 6pm – 9:30pm/ Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm (every other Saturday)Mountain Time$9,900LehiOct 17, 2024Part-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevPTLH3
webdevNov 04 - Feb 21Mon - Fri, 9:00am - 5:00pmMountain Time$9,900LehiOct 31, 2024Full-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevFTLH12
webdevJan 06 - Apr 04Mon - Fri, 9:30am - 5:30pmCentral Time$9,900Online, RemoteJan 02, 2025Full-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevFTRT4
webdevJan 07 - Jul 25Tuesday and Thursday, 6pm – 9:30pm/ Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm (every other Saturday)Mountain Time$9,900Online, RemoteJan 02, 2025Part-Timewd_new.pngWeb Development WebDevPTRT2

See All the Upcoming Web Dev Cohorts