Full Stack Software Engineering

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Next Class Starts Jan 14, 2019

Applications due Dec 6, 2018

Covalence

Our curriculum partner Covalence was founded by three former Microsoft Engineers. Their custom built curriculum teaches you what you need to know to land a job developing software. Their mission is to teach you cutting edge technologies but to not bog you down with stuff you don't need to know when you're first learning to code. A lot of the basics of programming are learning the syntax, structure, and best practices. But great developers are resourceful problem solvers at heart, and this curriculum, taught by industry experts, is carefully designed to not only teach you the rules of coding but how you can solve real world problems with it. To put it simply, Covalence helps you learn how to think like a software engineer, not just talk like one.

I am Bham is a 14-week coding bootcamp designed to teach Full Stack Software Engineering through short-term, fast-track, intensive training.

9am - 5pm, M - F

What Will You Learn?

These are just some of the technologies you will learn in the course. Don't let it intimidate you! No experience is required. This course was specifically designed to take someone with zero coding experience and teach them what they need to know to Actually Work as a junior-level developer. We are here for you every step of the way!

Basics, Tools, & Deployment
Throughout

  • How the Web Works
  • Git
  • Terminal
  • Heroku
  • AWS
  • Github
  • VS Code
  • npm
  • Agile

Front End Development
Weeks 1 - 5

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • SCSS
  • Bootstrap
  • Modern JavaScript
  • TypeScript
  • jQuery
  • Angular

Back End Development
Weeks 6 - 9

  • Node
  • Express
  • Sending Emails with Mailgun
  • Processing Payments with Stripe
  • API
  • Authentication & Authorization

Database Administration
Weeks 10 - 11

  • Fundamental Relational Database Concepts
  • MySQL
  • Querying, Security, and Scalability
  • Integration with Node

Projects
Weeks 12 - 14

Students spend the final three weeks of the course working on a group project that will showcase and enforce the skills they've learned the past eleven weeks.