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Before considering a bootcamp, spend some time playing around with creating your own websites. You can start off with using frameworks like bootstrap, but don't let frameworks like that become a crutch for you. Make sure to ween yourself off of them. Frameworks come and go, and if all you know is a framework or two, you will find yourlsef drowing the moment that framework fades away.
I thought about signing up for a bootcamp to learn iOS app development. I didn't know too much about the software enigineering so I didn't really know where to start, and that seemed like a logical next step to learn more. I quickly realized that a more efficent way to learn to become softwar eningeere was to start with the fundamentals and foundations before deciding to specalize. I decided to attend a programming school in SF, Holberton. There I was able to sart wtih the basics before diving into a specalization.
Deciding to go to a code school or a bootcamp or 4-year univesity is up to you. Different education models work for differnt people. I just strongly encourage you to figure out what you want to do, and work you way back from there.
BrainStation is a tech education school with locations in Toronto, Vancouver, Costa Rica, and New York in addition to Online offerings.
We have a variety of courses in Web Development depending on your preferred time commitment. If you aren’t ready to dive into a full or part-time bootcamp, I would recommend taking one of our weekend workshops - a crash course which will give you a basic understanding of web development languages.
Here is a bit about our other course offerings:
Web Development Full Time
10 week full-time web development program where you learn both front and back end languages. This program is available both on campus and online depending on your needs. From a content perspective, BrainStation focuses on all of the material you would need to know to start a new job as a Web Developer after graduation. The content is driven by industry and is constantly being adapted to teach the latest in technology. Our program is a 10 week, full-time Monday - Friday 10am-6pm commitment.
Web Development Part Time
If you can't commit to a full-time program, this course is a 10 week, 3 hours a week program where you can learn the basics of everything revolving around Web Development. The course is built so you are constantly learning material and applying that knowledge directly to an in-class challenge, all which builds into a final project over the 10 weeks.
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