Co.Lab is a hands-on, team-based tech bootcamp with individual tracks for Product Managers, Designers, and Developers. Co.Lab students are placed into agile product teams, with each team consisting of a Product Manager, Designer, Developer and Mentor.... Read More
In addition to putting their discipline-specific skills into practice, Co.Lab students get the full end-to-end experience working in a real product team. They get to adopt agile practices, conduct sprint planning, roadmapping, team retrospectives, negotiate scope, and implement trade offs between team members. They also receive dedicated mentorship and guidance on their disciplines as well as their specific product.
All bootcamp students receive full access to the Co.Lab community, which grants entry into workshops led by companies including Github, Amplitude, and Trello and talks from instructors hailing from Apple, Facebook, and Amazon. Upon Co.Lab bootcamp completion, students get to showcase their products during Demo Day, getting feedback from industry leaders, and networking with recruiters and hiring managers.
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The Co.Lab Designer bootcamp is designed for UX/UI designers looking to get practical, team-based experience. Students are put into product teams with their own Product Manager and Developer. Over the course of five-weeks, students will take a product from ideation to launch using personas, journeys, and mockups. The Co.Lab Designer bootcamp is open to applicants with bootcamp level experience or above.
The Co.Lab Developer bootcamp is designed for Developers looking to get practical, team-based experience. Students are put into agile product teams with their own Product Manager and Designer. Over the course of five-weeks, students will take a product from ideation to launch, choosing their own tech stack and going through feature estimation and iteration. The Co.Lab Developer bootcamp is open to applicants with bootcamp level experience or above.
The Co.Lab Product Manager bootcamp provides a complete end-to-end Product Management experience. Students can start with the self-guided How to Product course, which includes 16 hours of content covering product management essentials, frameworks, methodology and insights. Participants then go into Spec.Lab, a three week interactive program to help students ideate innovative products, clarify problem statements, conduct market analysis, and vet customers. Students then take their fully fleshed out spec into Co.Lab, where they are grouped with their own Designer and Developer. Together as an agile product team, they will go through the product development process and launch a real product over the course of five weeks.
The How to Product course provides 16+ hours of valuable information on Product Management fundamentals, along with real-life examples of shipping a real product. It takes you through the steps of getting practical experience shipping products, to ultimately impress current and prospective employers.
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