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Full Stack Web and Mobile App Development
As a full stack web and mobile developer you will be capable of developing beautiful and complex websites as well as high-performing mobile applications for Android and iPhone. For the most part, there are two general fields that make up a full stack developer’s skillsets: front-end development and back-end development. You will be capable of taking a project from its inception, to developing a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) and move it to a large-scale implementation. Good full stack developers know how to make a difference, and the life easier for those around them!
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With the countless MOOCs available these days, I have yet to commit to one and complete it.
I found the learning experience offered by nucamp very effective in helping me reach my goals.
It provided structure and collaboration that are otherwise missing when following online material on your own.
Overall, it was an enjoyable experience and would be a great resource for serious learners.
I really appreciated nucamp's approach to teaching: it's perfect for people working 40hrs a week and having no opportunity to give up their jobs to learn to code.
The instructor helps deal with concept that are hard to understand, share best practices and give opportunity to discuss assignments and learn online as well as in person.
In comparison one day bootcamps or full-time 12-week courses are expensive and time-consuming. Nucamp's approach is flexible, goes deeper and the price is very affordable.
I took the HTML course in November and overall it was a great experience. The in-person interactions during weekly workshops definitely helped with the learning process. I'd recommend this course for anyone interested in an introductory course to Web development.
I took the 3 weeks HTML course back in July and the experience is definitely different from other bootcamps. The way Nucamp is able to offer these low prices is by not owning classrooms, and using online curriculums. They were refining their formula back in July and each weekly workshop got better with portable projectors and screens, and higher quality of interaction between content, instructions and support. Having an instructor with you and helping with the concepts and walking you thru the project is very helpful, as well as being with your other classmates. In terms of workshop locations we went to different libraries and a cafe that was huge and almost empty - we had a section just for our group. It can be surprising at first! Until you realize you can have a beer and pizza while coding. You should know that the cafe will expect the group to consume while you're there- again that's how nucamp can is reducing the cost.
I'm looking into the Full Stack program now- I have a job and don't really want to take the risk to quit and pay $10k+ for a full-time bootcamp. Nucamp is certainly the better alternative to any part-time bootcamp offering their curriculum online at the same price of in-person!!
I've started many online courses and didn't finish any :(... I joined the first HTML course back in July and really appreciated the level of support offered by the instructor. Nice blend of online and in-person workshop as well, really helped me stay on top of it week-by-week. I ended up finishing the course! I'm now looking into the full stack program, too bad nucamp moved to Tacoma (I'm in Seattle) but totally understand the opportunity there. Hope they come back soon to Seattle! Hard to beat the price.