Nicole Floyd, Full Stack Web Developer and Database Engineer at Rural Sourcing Augusta
Austin Conder, Full Stack Web Developer at Rural Sourcing Augusta
Daniel Simpson- Full Stack Web Developer
In this course, we’ll take anyone with basic computer skills from complete beginner to competent full stack junior web developer. It will take a lifetime of practice, self-study, and work to become an expert in development disciplines, our program is designed to give you the skills to enter the workforce and gain meaningful employment as a web developer.
20 years ago, knowing one programming language was generally all it took to enter the workforce as a programmer, but today’s web-centric environment requires a wide variety of specific, challenging skills to even begin to contribute. Rather than focus on the trendy new frameworks and “language-of-the-minute”, we’ve chosen to approach web development as a discipline from the core fundamentals.
Our first core discipline will focus on the display layer of the internet. In this course module, we’ll focus on using HTML and CSS to render content to the user’s browser. This foundational technology will be used as the primary core output for the remainder of the code school. You’ll learn the most common HTML tags used in web development, how to manipulate their styles with CSS, and how to design and interact with existing themes and pre-built templates for rapid prototyping and development.
The second core discipline will introduce the fundamentals of your first programming language and the basics of database design and implementation. This course module will gradually introduce programming concepts and prepare you to query, process, and render data stored inside a persistent database.
Throughout this entire course, you’ll learn the ins and outs of installing, updating, configuring, and managing cloud-based virtual private servers. You’ll learn basic command-line navigational commands and techniques to spin up servers for NGINX, MySQL (or MariaDB), PHP, and more.
At theClubhou.se Code Bootcamp, we firmly believe that the best way to learn is by doing. While there will be a significant instructor-led learning, the bulk of this course will be highly interactive programming and development projects. This course is divided into three distinct sections, each one month in duration.
In the second section, you’ll work on individual projects that will feed into your portfolio and showcase your unique talents and capabilities while learning the skills that go into designing, developing, and launching full-featured web applications.
In the third and final section, you’ll join a few other classmates and tackle one big group application. In this trimester, we’ll dive deep into topics like “how to work with a team”, “project management”, “design document creation”, and “managing complex project schedules.” At the end of this trimester, you’ll have a full-featured group application that you and your teammates can be proud to show off to potential employers.
This program is designed to get you new, meaningful employment as a web developer. We’ll end this course on a high note with a job fair to show off your work and engage with potential local employers.
The median salary for an entry-level full stack web developer in the CSRA is between $35,000 and $45,000.
$5,360 (includes tuition, fees, and required supplies)
Full tuition scholarships are available to local Georgia residents meeting eligibility requirements through our partnership with Work Source Georgia.