Bedu/Tech offers part-time, full stack web development courses in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and online. The curriculum covers the MEAN stack (Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node) in an intensive environment.
Bedu/Tech employs a “blended” teaching style, combining the best of the classroom and e-learning. In addition to technical skills, Bedu/Tech aims to develop interpersonal skills and business knowledge in their students to improve their chances of employability. Students will learn from experienced senior developers.
Prospective applicants should be able to show that they’re committed to their future and have the discipline to learn new skills in short time periods. Bedu/Tech looks for professionals, entrepreneurs, young talent and junior programmers who have logical reasoning and the ability to solve problems. Students must understand English, but courses are taught in Spanish.
During the course, students are exposed to the flipped classroom method with a real software development environment including collaboration on real projects under various professional development methodologies.
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It was a really good experience to have taken this Fullstack course. I have been coding for a while (12 years) and spent the last three years working with a propietary web technology. When my project finished I found out that I did'nt have the knowlegde and expertise of all the new front-end paradigms out there (react, vue, angular) even Node.js. This course let me gain fresh and useful knowledge about this frameworks and gave me the hands-on experience I needed to "upgrade" my skills. Since I finished the course I have had at least 5 projects using React/Nodejs. The instructors are super cool and share a lot during the course.
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