Learn web development on an 8-week intensive bootcamp. Students live in the school in the beautiful finnish country-side, so they're in for a lot more than just learning to code.
|Description||Full stack web development course, while living in the beautiful finnish nature We teach by focusing on the basics and lots of hands on guided work. The course is grouped around the topics: - Programming (object oriented concepts, concurrency, data structures and other languages) - HTML5 ( Basic box model, dynamic generation, DOM, client applications) - CSS3 ( Basics, Semantic css, Frameworks, breakpoints) - Development (Roles, git, os model, communication) - Databases (Object table model , searching, associations, NoSQL) - Testing ( TDD, Continuous testing, frameworks, client testing) The course is structured in four 2 week modules: - Introduction to the topics - Communication about the topics - Presenting some topics - Own project More than teaching topics and knowledge we encourage students to find and build on their own strengths. Accommodation and food is included in a relaxing environment, which makes learning very effective.|
|Start Date||January 20, 2017|
|Class Size||10 students|
|Commitment||51 hours in class/wk|
Teaching: WebDev Camp is obviously very different from university teaching methods. Firstly, we worked straight away on a 'real' solution. There was no 'faffing about'. Secondly, the feedback loop is much quicker as Torsten is always present to answer question when we are too stuck. At the same time, there is enough room to think for yourself and learn by yourself - which is a good skill to have. You also get to develop a lot of your people skills as you work and live together throughout the duration of the course.
Setting: the camp is in the middle of the woods, with many lakes near by. It is absolutely magical. The camp's large garden is also something out of a fairytale. It even has a little waterfall.
Webdev Camp is probably the most relaxing, albeit intensive bootcamp of w...Read more
Before I started the Web Dev Camp course, a junior developer title seemed like something unapproachable. Now, after graduation I know that I am one already.
During 8 weeks we learned a lot about Ruby, Rails, how to use Github, Haml and SASS. We built our own web application using gems and APIs and we learned about different methods of deployment.
Here, in the midst of nature, if you’re feeling stuck, you can just go for a walk and come back to coding feeling refreshed. I discovered also that school can be extremely fun, that you can sketch an app at the seaside, and that you can be inspired looking at the beautiful Finnish skyline on a break from your computer screen.
I would say that this program teaches you not only about coding, but how to interact with people who might be...Read more
Can a bootcamp really be relaxing and non-competitive as well as being intensive and equipping you with the skills required in a real tech job? Yes. WebDev.Camp manages to do all of this as well as providing a safe and supportive environment in which to learn about code. When I started to teach myself code, the journey to becoming a junior developer seemed impossibly long and hard. Graduating from Web Dev Camp, I feel as though I have the tools and understanding I need to go on to achieve this goal and I am amazed at how far I have come.
Living on site gives you the opportunity to really focus on your personal development and learning, without the problems of everyday life interfering or distracting you. I think that is one of the reasons that the Web Dev Camp course accomplishes s...Read more
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|Subject||Programming(Client + server), HTML5 , CSS3|
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