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Bitmaker General Assembly

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Bitmaker General Assembly offers full-time immersive courses in web development and UX & product design, along with 10-week part-time offerings in front-end web development, user experience design, digital marketing, product management, and data analytics. Startup accelerators launch companies; Bitmaker launches careers.

Acquired by General Assembly in 2016, Bitmaker continues to empower its students to pursue work they love. It starts by surrounding st...

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  • Anonymous
    Graduate • Web Development Full-Time • Toronto
    Nov 23, 2016
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    Web-dev program

    What I got from the program was exactly what I was looking for. I started by taking the part-time front-end development coure and after liking it so much I chose to enroll into the web-dev program. If I had to do it on my own it would've taken me a year of self-learning to cover everything that was taught. One of the greatest parts of the bootcamp is that you get one on one help and can ask questions about anything in the industry, it'll help to steer you on the right path, as web developm...

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  • Anonymous
    Student • Web Development Full-Time • Toronto
    Sep 07, 2016
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    Full stack web development

    I am currently in my 4th week of a nine week program at Bitmaker. This is the most difficult and trying educational experience of my entire life! I find It frightening and fulfilling. Intense and supportive, but overall I this school as my new home and I could not be happier with my choice to enroll. 

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Bitmaker General Assembly costs around $12,500. On the lower end, some Bitmaker General Assembly courses like User Experience Design cost $2,500.

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Bitmaker General Assembly offers courses like Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, Front-End Web Development, Product Management and 3 more.

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Bitmaker General Assembly has an in-person campus in Toronto.

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