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Portland Code School

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Portland Code School

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1 Campus

Portland

6 Courses
735 SW 20th Pl. Suite 230, Portland, OR 97205

Ready to go beyond the basics? This class is for people who have some Front End Design and Development experience and want learn technologies and techniques used by practicing Front End Web Developers. By the end of this course, you will have created several interactive, state-of the art websites – using local and backend data storage – to add to your portfolio. You will also meet local developers and tour local tech companies as part of the class.

Course Details

Financing
Available through Climb Credit
Minimum Skill Level
Students must have some experience in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Get over 500 hours of hands-on experience! For 13 weeks, 8 hours a day, you will learn how to BUILD FULL-STACK WEB APPLICATIONS WITH JAVASCRIPT in a collaborative classroom environment. Get real experience from expert instructors – and your peers – learning both front-end and back-end applications of JavaScript, including popular libraries and frameworks such as jQuery and Angular.js, as well as back-end technologies such as Node.js. Every web application needs JavaScript, and the demand for JavaScript developers is only growing!

Course Details

Financing
Available through Climb Credit
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Git/GitHub.

This course is designed to help students learn how to build web applications and interactive website features from scratch using JavaScript as the primary language. Students will learn both front-end and back-end applications of JavaScript (including jQuery, BackboneJS, and NodeJS). Every web application needs JavaScript, so it’s an extremely powerful language to know, and the demand for JavaScript frameworks such as BackboneJS is only growing.

Course Details

Financing
Available through Climb Credit

This course is a four-week introduction to the process and profession of user experience (UX) design. Pulling in expert UX professionals as guest speakers, you will get the newest and most useful information from the people who do it every day.

This course is designed to help students learn a broad range of technologies used in web development while building a series of applications and web sites. In this 18 week class, students build a series of increasingly interesting and intricate projects that result in useful scripts, mobile web sites, and hybrid mobile applications. Students work individually, in pairs, and on teams, practicing the techniques used by professional developers on the job. The class finishes with complex capstone projects that students show off to technology company managers and recruiters at our student showcase and open house events. We cover the entire mobile web development ecosystem in one integrated class.

Course Details

Financing
Available through Climb Credit
Minimum Skill Level
1) A GitHub account with a couple of repositories showing your code, 2) A published web site or two that incorporate HTML, CSS and some simple JavaScript, and 3) A passing grade on our entrance exam.

Get your very first taste of tech! This two part program is for people who are ready to explore the field of web development and learn some of the industry standard skills and tools. Take the Primer Basic to get your toes wet, or take the whole series to springboard farther into the exciting world of code! Primer Basic - In the first class you will learn the very basics of building websites in a fun, collaborative environment using HTML, CSS and GitHub. This class assumes students have little or no experience with web technologies. Primer Pro - create interactive and responsive websites for small businesses using advanced tools such as JavaScript/jQuery and Bootstrap. Students also get the opportunity to experience an exclusive tour of one of Portland's leading tech companies. This second class helps you understand the world of coding as a professional web developer before entering our advanced, career-track classes (such as Full Stack JavaScript).

Course Details

Financing
Available through Climb Credit
Minimum Skill Level
Beginner

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