Our 26-week after-hours course allows students to learn and apply the coding skills needed to launch a career in web development. Your 26 weeks will be broken up into a flexible schedule that involves both online and in-person learning while keeping your full-time job.
The six weeks before class will take place in our online Basecamp where you’ll learn the beginning stages of web development. You’ll be able to learn on your own schedule and will have access to live trainings and 1-on-1 time with your mentor. Click here to learn more about Basecamp.
The first five weeks of class will take place in person at DevMountain’s campus in the evening. With face-to-face interaction with your peers and instructors, you’ll be able to build on what you’ve already learned as you prepare for the core class. We will finish this stage with a capstone project to help you finalize your mastery of the core concepts.
Upon completion of Basecamp+ you will be required to pass an assessment showing mastery of the fundamentals taught in Basecamp+. Passing this assessment will be required to advance into the Core Class. Don’t stress though, if you didn’t get it on the first pass we’ll allow you to re-take basecamp and Basecamp+ once for free! You can also take a month break and attempt a re-take.
Once you finish Basecamp+ with the right skills you’ll move on to our Core Class. This contains our full web development offering and will help you take the core concepts to an employable level.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Our after-hours course is rigorous, but we break up your learning with lectures, presentations, labs and project building. You’ll be expected to attend on-campus classes on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Students will learn different topics that will be applied on top of each other to learn the best practices of becoming a web developer. We will begin with a lecture that leads into a mini project. This will help the students understand the subject for the day.
Students will learn different topics that will be applied on top of each other to learn the best practices of becoming a web developer. We will begin with a lecture that leads into a mini project that will help the students understand the subject for the day.
Students will use what they have learned earlier in the week by building projects to reinforce their knowledge. The best way to learn is by doing and that is what our lab day is all about. The lab day will also be used as a review and Q&A for students so they feel confident in their learning.
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