Full Stack Development
14 Weeks · Online · Live 1:1 Mentorship · Career Coaching
Learn the relevant skills and modern tools you need to become a Full Stack Engineer.
Design and build real-world full stack applications from start to finish, and show the world what you are capable of creating.
Be surrounded by a support system of instructors that will answer your questions and meet with you 1:1 to provide direction on projects and mentorship throughout the program.
Get detailed video feedback on all projects to see what you did well and where you can improve so that you can strengthen your developer skills.
Receive quality coaching and support from our Career Services team to ensure your resume and LinkedIn stand out and you are prepared to impress in interviews.
We can help you achieve your career goals. Speak to an advisor and find out how.
There is a huge demand for developers and engineers due to the constantly evolving tech industry. Full Stack Engineers are in high demand due to their sought after skillset. This translates to initial great pay and a high career ceiling that can lead to high career earnings long term. According to Glassdoor, the median salary for Full Stack Engineers is $101,794, which can vary depending on location and experience.
Knowing full stack development means opening the doors to a flexible career path in which you can work in person or remote for startups, agencies, or large corporations. The more experience you gain the more growth and employment opportunities that will appear.
The beauty of knowing multiple aspects of development is having the creative flexibility to transition to different parts of a project. This keeps the job enjoyable while also ensuring your value to a company.
Python is a popular programming language that opens the door to endless possibilities when it comes to building applications. In this module, you will learn the fundamentals of programming, problem solving, critical thinking, and debugging. You will learn the importance of version control with Git and GitHub to ensure your code is stored safely and easily shareable with other developers.
Building off the foundations set in Module 1, you will dive into more intermediate concepts, including object-oriented programming, inheritance, data structures, error handling, UML class diagrams, and testing.
Relational databases, including how to design a database using an entity-relationship diagram, how to create, normalize, and navigate a database, how to structure data efficiently, and how to query data, is what this module is all about. You will learn how to map and move data from application to database and from database to application.
Django & APIs
Django is a fast and scalable Python web framework that allows you to take what you learned in the previous modules and apply it to building a backend web server for your full-stack apps. You will learn about virtual environments, querying in Django, API architecture and development best practices, how to use Postman to test APIs, and how to utilize the benefits of Django to build a functioning REST API.
HTML & CSS
In this module you will learn the fundamentals of web design, how to wireframe your ideas, how to place and arrange elements on a page to bring your ideas to life, and how to style those elements with an emphasis on responsive design by writing custom CSS and utilizing Bootstrap. There will be a focus on mobile-first design and improving your UI/UX skills through industry-driven techniques.
Learning and getting experience with the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) is what takes someone from junior developer to mid-level developer. Learn about DevOps and where it fits with the SDLC, how to construct a deployment environment, how to build CI/CD pipelines, how to setup a testing environment, and how to deploy an application with AWS and Docker.
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Pay upfront in Check or Credit Card: $17,800
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