Code Chrysalis is a 12-week, full-time advanced software engineering bootcamp in Tokyo, Japan. Code Chrysalis has a rigorous, industry-aligned curriculum, career placement support and mentorship to transform students into autonomous, full-stack software engineers. In an effort to maximize learning during the program, all accepted students are expected to complete a provided pre-immersive curriculum before the on-site class begins.
Our 12-week immersive program is full-time and on-site at our offices in Moto-Azabu behind Roppongi Hills.
|Subjects||Algorithms, CSS, Express.js, Git, HTML, jQuery, MongoDB, Node.js, React.js, SQL, Test-driven development (TDD), User Authentication|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||8 students|
|Commitment||69 hours in class/wk|
Code Chrysalis tells you not just engineering but presentations, networking, and mindset.
As to software engineering, you can learn fundamentals, frontend and backend to be a full stack software engineer. When you learn each element, you need to understand the concept, implement example applications, and explain what you have understood through pair programming. Staffs help you to do so, but they won't give everything you need. You need to google for anything you need, which is necessary for any engineer.
As an engineer, you also need to tell your opinion, explain what you are implementing clearly. In Code Chrysalis, you can have a lot of opportunities for lightning talk, presentation and something like speaking about anything in front of people. You can exchange many feedbacks fo...Read more
It's not for beginners but if you have passion of learning software skills I think you can make it till the end of this course. All my peers were struggling with everything but they made it.
In my case, I have an experience of programming for about 6 years so actually I focused on getting communication skills in English. But I learned modern software development skills a lot such as TDD, Heroku CI, GraphQL and so on.
The reason why I put rate 4 in "Overall Experience" and "Curriculum" is that I felt easy in the beginning of this course but it was getting more difficult.
Code Chrysalis provided us with much more than a regular full-stack bootcamp will probably do. I was able to acquire all the backend skills(I was a frontend developer) that I was hoping to learn, but also there were great opportunities that I didn't expect to have before the course. I'll mention 3 of them.
(1) Learn how to learn - You get to learn how to learn new things and how to solve problems by yourself. Asking others for answers is easy but it doesn't help you to grow as an engineer.
(2) TDD & CI・CD - You get to learn TDD throughout the course, and CI/CD using Heroku pipeline in team projects. Experience these modern development technics was pretty amazing for me.
(3) Real world activities - We were so lucky to have so many activities including a lean startup methodology wor...
For me it was a good experience to be on that environment with those people trying to learn new things specially important skills
They really try to make you a good full stack app developers and they care about you and your problem
If you join them, you will find them a nice people in a good environment too.
I came into this program with a strong computer science background but weak web development experience. This course as purported goes back-to-front covering all the messy details of creating a modern web app framework to completion. The second half of the course is dedicated to creating individual and collaborative full stack projects in an Agile workflow. Instructor quality is high and selected students are friendly and passionate. Worth every penny.
Intense but rewarding course. Not for beginners. I was a backend engineer and I joined because I wanted to be a full-stack developer. Learned a lot and really appreciate all the help and opportunities the company and the instructors offered us. The location of the classroom is in downtown Tokyo, so very convenient. The course is taught in English. Outside of tech the personal branding and carer planning parts of the course was also extremely useful. If you're looking to go hard and acquire advanced skillsets, consider taking this course.
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