The Talentbuddy mentorship programs helps students grow their web development skills with the help of expert software developers. The program simulates a real world work experience. It's set-up around building a web application that replicates the functionality of a popular product (like Airbnb or Twitter). During the course, mentors act as a team leader, holding students accountable, providing learning resources, feedback and support.The program consists of a combination of self-study activities, weekly 1:1 video chat meetings with mentors and a lot of project work. Along the way, students learn Ember.js, Node.js, and MongoDB, how to architect modern web applications, work with production tools and cloud infrastructure services, and how to ship code at industry standards. The TalentBuddy mentorship requires 15 hours a week of student work.
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