To apply, applicants can schedule a meeting online with a bootcamp staff member. Accepted students will get access to pre-course study material. Elewa Education looks for prospective students with different experiences and backgrounds to generate a highly creative and productive learning environment.
With a network of startup and corporate partners, Elewa education aims to help students have a smooth exit into the tech job market. While students have different ambitions, mentorship at the bootcamp is tailored around the career aspirations of the student. Elewa mentors are experienced entrepreneurs and tech industry professionals who can help graduates take their idea to the next level or help them land their next tech role.
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The true focus of our course is how to think in abstractions, construct solutions, identify separation of concerns, divide work for collaboration, use pseudocode and other visualizations … In short, how to use code effectively. Skills like these are usually taught after students have begun to master their language. From our experience and research we have learned that these skills can, and should, be learned at the very beginning of your programming experience. Perhaps even before you master your programming language! The fundamental skills we cover in this curriculum can be learned effectively programmers of any skill level. We’ve designed our projects to be as instructive as possible. The code for these projects is very simple, and this is intentional. It’s much easier to focus on, and learn, these collaborative skills when you aren’t also trying to understand complex code and new libraries. Keep this in mind and you’ll find that you can learn a lot from these projects, even if you’re no stranger to programming.
- 1000 Euros
- Payment Plan
- Yes. Contact us for more information
- Teach & Learn: Stay to mentor the next course and receive a reimbursement up to 1250 Euros.
- Minimum Skill Level
- All levels welcome!
- Prep Work
- Complete our Precourse: https://elewa-academy.github.io/Precourse
Join us every week at Digityser for guided study through our open-source Node.js curriculum.
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- Payment Plan
- Minimum Skill Level
- No minimum, no maximum. We all help each other!
- Prep Work
- Come as you are, we will help you get started.
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but also how to think in abstract way about problems that we are facing.
During the bootcamp I learned how to:
- approach problems from an abstract point of view
- visualise the problem and then to transform the visualisation to pseudo code
- construct solutions and to choose the best of them
- working with project restrictions and how to manage actual resources
Those are things that are very important for someone who want to became a good developer.
The curriculum of the Elewa Academy is public so if you have to find out
what you will learning during the bootcamp don't hesite and check it out.
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Welcome to the first News Roundup of 2018! We’re already having a busy 2018 – we published our latest outcomes and demographics report, and we’re seeing a promising focus on diversity in tech! In January we saw a significant fundraising announcement from an online bootcamp, we saw journalists exploring why employers should hire bootcamp and apprenticeship graduates, we read about community colleges versus bootcamps and how bootcamps are helping to grow tech ecosystems. Plus, we’ll talk about the newest campuses and schools on the scene, and our favorite blog posts. Read below or listen to the podcast!Continue Reading →