Full-stack Web Development

Full-time, Online

LEARN HOW TO DESIGN AND BUILD COMPLETE WEBSITES FROM END-TO-END

Full-stack web developers are critical members of all development teams. They understand the whole web development picture, which helps them make more informed decisions. In this immersive, full-stack, web development course, you’ll spend 390 hours in synchronous, online sessions learning key technologies that will make you the developer who can create a fully functional, highly usable, and responsive web application from end-to-end. The full-time track takes you on a deep dive into the front-end user interface development, the back-end server-side applications, and the supporting databases behind the scenes. If you’re ready for a challenging experience that will make you expert in the industry’s most effective and widely used web development tools, this intensive course is for you.

WHAT IS FULL-STACK WEB DEVELOPMENT?

A seasoned full-stack web developer has learned the skills needed to design and build a front-end web app that does everything it needs to on the back-end. This includes server-side program code, implementation, and maintaining a fully functional, interactive website. They are critical members of the development team with the knowledge and wisdom to make more informed decisions at every stage of the development process.

Requirements:

Basic computer knowledge

Computer with a microphone and speakers, and high-speed internet access. Every student must own or have access to a personal computer at least 4GB RAM, at least 2GHz, and at least 100 GB HD

Technologies:

  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript/JSON
  • Angular 2
  • React
  • NodeJS
  • Express/Hapi
  • MongoDB
  • MySQL/PostgreSQL
  • Test-driven Development
  • Git
  • NPM
  • RESTful APIs

Syllabus

Download the syllabus for this course in PDF format.

Syllabus

Cost

$9,950

Dates

  • May 29, 2017 - August 25, 2017
  • 13 Weeks

Class Schedule

  • 13 weeks /390 total hours in online sessions with an average of 4-6 hours per day and a minimum of 10 hours of self-study each week
  • Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time

Location

Online Course

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