Before moving on to building awesome web applications, devCodeCamp students must start at the beginning. Understanding the fundamentals is important because it provides the foundation of continued learning.
Despite the syntactical differences between programming languages, the fundamentals remain relatively the same. What it comes down to is different “flavors” of technologies. This can be related to the idea that any person has the capability of learning how to speak multiple languages once they have learned how to speak one. Despite the differences that vary from spoken language to spoken language, a person can relate an already learned language to a new language. The ability to make the comparisons and identify the differences immediately helps with the process of obtaining new knowledge.
devCodeCamp students become a dual-threat immediately out of the gate and leave our fully-immersive software development boot camp proficient in both programming languages. By quickly transitioning from the fundamentals to intermediate and advanced topics over the course of 12 weeks, students learn how to pick up new technologies rapidly. Ultimately, that means adapting to the world around them while working for whichever company hires them.