Juno College of Technology
Juno College of Technology is ideal for people looking to climb the corporate ladder, upgrade their skills, or start a new career. Prospective applicants will need to fill out an online form describing their background and experience, and participate in a video or in-person interview. For the full-time immersive course, students should have a high school diploma or equivalent, and demonstrate knowledge of HTML and CSS.
For job seekers, Juno helps students craft a technical resume, nail an interview, and negotiate their salary via career coaching. The curriculum covers personal branding and how to position yourself to employers. At the end of the course, Juno College of Technology hosts Industry Day where students can network with hiring partners and showcase their portfolios.
Recent Juno College of Technology Reviews: Rating 4.98
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Minimum Skill Level Students must have basic HTML and CSS knowledge, or have completed Introduction to Web Development (or equivalent) to take this course. Placement Test No Interview Yes
In PersonPart Time6 Hours/week8 Weeks
Start Date None scheduled Cost $2,800 Class size 25 Location TorontoThis unique course is designed to help bootcamp graduates prepare for the next stage in their career. You did it - through hard work and dedication, you became a professional developer sans computer science degree. But you know that there are things people learn in Computer Science programs that would be useful to you. If you could combine your practical web development skills with some of these foundational Computer Science concepts, all while applying what you’re learning to develop full-stack development skills, you’d be almost unstoppable. Enter HackerYou’s Full-Stack Masterclass. Using a format that’s entirely new to HackerYou based on what we know bootcamp graduates want and need, this 57-hour, nine-week part-time course is designed to fill in your gaps, push you to level up and ultimately narrow the gap between you and the Full-Stack Developer you admire most.
Minimum Skill Level Strong grasp of HTML & CSS Placement Test Yes Interview Yes Start Date None scheduled Cost $2,300 Class size 35 Location TorontoForget about other UX courses you’ve heard about - this course goes far beyond just wire-framing. In this course, you’ll dive into topics such as cognitive design patterns in UI & UX, micro-interactions principles, personals and mental models, interaction design foundations, the art & science of interviewing users, and finally, visual language principles, and more. As always, lessons will be discovered by participants through a series of hands-on, project-based exercises, and through a final project where students will have the chance to use design thinking to solve a specific, real-world problem of their choosing. This will help bring all the concepts together with an original, portfolio-worthy display of their UX skills.
Minimum Skill Level This course is perfect for people working as designers or developers, as well as graduates of our part-time design or web development courses. Placement Test Yes Interview Yes Start Date None scheduled Cost $2,300 Class size 30 Location TorontoJoin us for HackerYou's most popular part-time course. You'll learn HTML5 and CSS3, build websites and collaborate with a group of people just like you – people who know that learning to code is going to help them take their careers to the next level. With an intense focus on hands-on, project-based learning, this course will give you the opportunity to learn directly from some of Toronto’s most talented developers and and discover how to create beautiful, functional websites from scratch.
Minimum Skill Level Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or for Mature Students, you must have achieved a score of 18 on the Wonderlic Mature Test. Placement Test Yes Interview Yes
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- HackerYou Web Development Fundamentals- 8/22/2019Anonymous • Graduate • Course: Web Development Fundamentals (Part-time) • Campus: Toronto
The Part-Time Web Dev course was a great intro to web development. I came in knowing very little and am leaving with a fully-formed website and so many new skills. I'm glad to hear it's now going to be an 8-week course instead of the 12 weeks - it was a bit long and I felt we could've covered the important info in 8 weeks.
My classmates were at various different levels of knowledge and practice in web development, and I felt the class catered to everyone, at all levels. It was not intimidating coming in knowing nothing even though some of my classmates were fairly advanced.
And finally, Dana was an amazing instructor and I think I would've had a very different experience had I had a different instructor. She is an incredibly knowledgeable, approachable, patient and definitely fun teacher.
Also big shout-out to Joey and Christina who were also amazing mentors.
Thank you HackerYou and Dana for this experience!
- Part-Time Web Development- 5/10/2018Anonymous • Course: Web Development Fundamentals (Part-time) • Campus: Toronto
HackerYou definitely accepts all students from different academic backgrounds. It doesn't matter what you studied previously, the curriculum is structured to build your skills and create a solid foundation in web development. The pace of the course allows you absorb the knowledge each week and if you get stuck, you have teaching assistants to help you out. The awesome part is that you don't have to wait until the next class to get help on an issue you ran into outside of class. The teaching assistants are available through the slack channel and will try to respond back to you as soon as possible.
Whether it's to gain personal knowledge in the field or if you're looking to transition into a new career. Hackeryou is a great place to begin your journey and would definitely recommend this course for anyone who has an interest in web development.
- Front End Development Bootcamp- 10/11/2017Anonymous • Front End Developer and Designer • Graduate • Course: Web Development Immersive (Bootcamp) • Campus: Toronto
Great school! Their purpose is to make you job ready in 9 weeks, and they do a exceptional job. I made a career switch from a completely unrelated field within one year, but it could have been 6 months had I gone to this school earlier. They teach you what you need to know then help you get a job, although the job offers and knowledge from the course is directly correlated with how much effort you put into learning and job seeking.
Absolutely love the management within the school, the curriculum is very good and teaches what you need to know for a job in the field, they have a nice building and great location, and the atmosphere within the school is very warm and friendly. There was one instructor that I felt didn't understand the code as much as others, but that is my only qualm.
I chose this school due to the programs focus on the front end, lower cost, opportunity for scholarship, and because the CEO is an awesome person. Highly recommended!
- Part time Wed dev course 2017- 5/10/2017Anonymous • Student • Course: Advanced Web Development (Part-time) • Campus: Toronto
I took the part time web dev course. It spanned 12 weeks and they flew by!
The community ie Mentors and other students are extremely helpful and are an amazing resource. The flow and direction of the course was extremely well thought out and helped me gain enough skill and confidence to enter into the full time web dev course.
Take this course if you are new to coding and want to up your skills or create them!
- One of my best decisions- 8/10/2016Anonymous • Graduate • Course: Web Development Immersive (Bootcamp) • Campus: Toronto