Locations: Stockholm, Gothenburg, Pretoria, and Online
Programs Available: Coding Bootcamps and Full-Stack Web Development
We believe that traditional education teaches students to do well on tests, rather than give them actual knowledge and experience. At Craft Academy, we provide neither grades nor diplomas. Instead, we help you develop the tools you need to be successful. Our course is unique, not just in intensity, but in approach. We provide a structured daily learning plan, projects, assignments and challenges, and continually push your limits to achieve the fastest learning possible. All in twelve weeks.
With help from our network of Hiring Partners in Sweden and throughout Europe, we guide our students as they start their new careers.
Our main campus is in Gothenburg, Sweden and we have a satell...
There is a strong need for web developers in Sweden and throughout the world. We train programmers who not only write great code, but who understand the industry's conventions, problem solve with i...Read more
|Location||Online, Stockholm, Gothenburg|
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||12 students|
|Commitment||50 hours in class/wk|
If you want to learn to code in just 12 weeks this is the course for you. This course has change my life and give me a whole new carrier path to focus on.
The 12 week coding boot camp will test every emotional part of your being but let me promise you this, you will come out a junior coder with the best skills to take you forward in your carrier, but you have to stay focused, committed and keep pushing through no matter what.
The highly skilled instructors will take you through every step to getting you on track to become a junior full stack developer including preparing you for future job applications and interviews.
I would highly recommend this course, you won't regret it, I don't!
Craft Academy's twelve-week program was arguably the most stressful and challenging three months of my entire life. The coding was great fun and it's always exciting and rewarding to grow a skillset. My major challenges were with the "soft skills" taught in the course - collaboration, working with remote colleagues / teachers, implementing planning tools and techniques. But the fact of the matter is no one can build anything of worth sitting alone in their basement with their laptop. I'm very grateful to the coaches at Craft Academy for forcing us to learn to work like "real world" developers - the kind who have to work in teams and who have to pair program and who are required to submit their code for review.
My background is pretty diverse - from entrepreneurship to non-profit mana...Read more