Maven is a 12-week, full stack coding bootcamp in Barcelona, Spain. Maven aims to supply the demand of Software Engineers in Spain and around the world with a world class software engineering curriculum, learning environment, and programming courses. Maven focuses on opening doors to people who are mid to senior level software engineers, yet there is also a 4-week course for beginners. Students are provided with personalized teaching and support to develop their own projects and are equipped with the necessary skills, discipline and experience to become programmers who excel in the sector.
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- 800 Euros
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I attended the first instance of this course during its trial deployment in Madrid.
The strongest points were without doubt: 1) the structure and packing of the topics and 2) the teaching personnel.
The course was very well constucted, supported with practical excercises that didn't feel academical nor boring. These kept reinforcing previous lessons while incorporating knew challenges, which was crucial within a fast paced curriculum with no redundances and no filler in it.
Theoretical background was provided exactly when required while keeping the general feeling of being applicable and on-point every step of the way.
In the end, it really felt like I had amassed an impressive amount of potential that could be put into use without having to go back to the notes or having to do tedious recollections of the processes learned. It was knowledge that had really been interiorized.
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