Florida Vocational Institute
Florida Vocational Institute’s Web and Application Development Engineer program is a 9-month bootcamp designed to turn beginners into full stack web developers. The program consists of 20 hours a week of classes plus 5 hours a week of work outside the classroom. The curriculum’s front end portion takes students from basic HTML5, CSS3, and vanilla JS all the way into LESS, jQuery, MVVM using Knockout.js and functional programming design patterns. The back end portion of the curriculum focuses on .NET and PHP, as these two technologies still power over 50% of the web and are the source of most developer jobs in the school’s South Florida location.
Recent Florida Vocational Institute Reviews: Rating 5.0
Florida Vocational Institute’s Web Developer Program is designed for someone with no programing experience to learn how to develop websites and web-based applications in less than 10 months. The course is designed to teach students how to code web sites, and prepare you for a career as an web developer. You can expect to learn the basic foundations of software development using the latest tools and technologies that companies are using today. Our instructors take a hands-on approach and work closely with you to ensure that you gain the necessary skills to succeed. Our students will learn how to work in teams, as most software projects are team based. You will also have an opportunity to use tools and techniques popular within the IT coding marketplace, and best practices methodologies like Agile. Each major step of the program will include a project where you put your learning into action.
- Financial aid available to those who qualify
- Minimum Skill Level
- Placement Test
- Prep Work
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