During the period 2009-12 the number of tech/digital companies incorporated in London increased by 76%. The number of people employed in the sector grew from 499,000 to 582,000, which is 2.7 times faster than the average. Research done by Oxford Economics has predicted that London’s tech sector will grow by 5.1% p.a. over the next 10 years, creating an extra £12bn of economic output and another 46,000 jobs. You only have to look at some of the major success stories like Tweetdeck, Mind Candy and YPlan that started in London to see these numbers in action. All this means demand for developers in London is already exceeding supply and with the growth in jobs, the situation is only going to get worse.
This is why we have set up Coderoute – to help satisfy this demand for qualified, well...Read more
We’ve designed the course with the explicit purpose of getting our students employed, which is exactly why PHP was chosen as the primary language. PHP is one of the easier languages to learn, so we can make a lot of progress very quickly and by the end of the course you'll be at a higher level of competence than other languages like Ruby, therefore making you more employable.
To ensure our students are properly prepared for working in real development teams, the environment, course structure and activities throughout the course are modelled on industry practices, so you’ll feel more like you’re in a startup than a classroom.
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Commitment||40 hours in class/wk|
|Subject||PHP, MySQL, CSS3, HTML5, GIT|
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