496 Best CSS Bootcamps
- 2Reviews1CourseDigital Creative Institute is a 12-month digital marketing apprenticeship program in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. Digital Creative Institute focuses on giv... Read MoreDigital Creative Institute is a 12-month digital marketing apprenticeship program in San Antonio and Austin, Texas. Digital Creative Institute focuses on giving recent college graduates the necessary skills to thrive in the workforce and provide local businesses in San Antonio and Austin with highly qualified and productive talent. Digital Creative is looking for growth-minded applicants eager to learn. The school then trains, mentors, and coaches apprentices over a 12-month period to boost marketing skills and ensure long-term alignment with their company, and matches them up with companies in need of marketing professionals. Read More
5Graduate - Course: Web Development Immersive - Greenville
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Says: Grateful for this course.I came in with a little knowledge of what software engineering was and now I know exaclty what it is! I recieved quality instruction that challenged me in su ... Read More
I came in with a little knowledge of what software engineering was and now I know exaclty what it is!
I recieved quality instruction that challenged me in such a way mentally that I hadn't been accustomed to for a long time. I learned though, I learned everyday! Take notes everyday and put them in the notes on your computer!! That way you will always have access to them!
Our instructor constantly asked if anyone had any questions and backed up often to answer the same question more than once!! Information comes at you fast! You can do this, you will do this!! I am proof of that!!
Once you graduate you will be a full stack developer! Then you will have a great support system to prepare you for the developer job market. You will be given thoughtful and tested information to succeed in landing your first developer job!!
I am so grateful for this experience and will be singing the praises of Carolina Code School for the rest of my life!!... Read Less
5Student - Course: Full Stack Immersive In-Person (with Node) - Austin
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Says: Current StudentWhen I signed up for Inventive Academy about two months ago there were no reviews on Course Report because the bootcamp had only just been registered (under its ... Read More
I wanted to write a review specifically for anyone who is in the position I was in before I signed up--thinking that the bootcamp looked incredible on paper but a bit confused by the lack of reviews. I can assure you that the bootcamp is as incredible as it appears-- currently 5 hours in-class, 4 days a week, 26 weeks and really they are very generous about helping you during non-class hours, either answering questions promptly online or even allowing you to stop by their offices to hang out. Inventive is also a consulting company, so during the day they are there working as professional developers. This means that there is no risk of getting an inexperienced instructor for the course... Andy and Miguel know their stuff and are both very kind.
I suppose it's hard to know if you are fully satisfied with your bootcamp until you land your first job, but so far Inventive Academy has me feeling very confident and vindicated in my decision to attend. To put it in perspective, by the end of the first week you can reproduce the layout of an actual (albeit simple) website using HTML and CSS and by the end of week seven you feel pretty confident that you could replicate just about any web layout that you come across. And there are still nineteen weeks to go at that point!
Sometimes they can throw you pretty abruptly into some pretty complex problems, so you do have to learn how to teach yourself (being able to teach yourself is a necessary skill in the field of coding with its rapidly-changing technologies). But the teachers and TA's are always sitting right there next to you ready to answer any question. Classes are a lot of fun, and it's probably not a bad thing that they are sometimes very challenging.
I recommend Inventive Academy without reservation.... Read Less
5Graduate - Course: Online Full Stack Coding Program - Online
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Says: Best Coding Bootcamp!I was amazed by how knowledgeable and helpful the staff was, anything I had questions about they had answers even if my question went over the scope of the cour ... Read MoreI was amazed by how knowledgeable and helpful the staff was, anything I had questions about they had answers even if my question went over the scope of the course. They really helped make me a full stack developer, I went from someone with little to no knowledge in coding to someone who can develop a full-fledged web - app.... Read Less
5Applicant - Course: Full Stack Web Development - Dharamshala
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Says: It is more than a regular Bootcamp, it's a tech community.It is more than a regular Bootcamp, it's a tech community. I have completed the whole program and I also got a place in a reputed startup with a good salary. ... Read More
It is more than a regular Bootcamp, it's a tech community.
I have completed the whole program and I also got a place in a reputed startup with a good salary.
My overall experience was amazing mentors and mentees were very helpful and friendly, we had fun solving problems together and had amazing hackathons, played table tennis, football, trekking, parties like encore, it was more than what you can expect out of Bootcamp and I think the environment is very suitable for doing and learning web development I think the time spent there is worth more than what you will get as end result, believe me, it’s been only a few days and I already miss how much fun I had when I was learning there and maybe even in that time you will fall in love with the process and come out as really good developer.
The way we learn here is in a way that you can quickly cover up other languages, frameworks, and technologies within six months.
Even though the course has MERN stack, I currently work with a firm with Ruby on Rails in the backend.
I highly recommend AltCampus to aspiring developers who are willing to put in the effort.... Read Less
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5Student - Course: Full Stack Web Development - Part-Time - Indianapolis
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Says: student testimonialI’ve always had a passion for computers and learning new things. I’m always trying to figure out how things work and how things were created, so the idea of pu ... Read MoreI’ve always had a passion for computers and learning new things. I’m always trying to figure out how things work and how things were created, so the idea of pursuing a career in web development was a no-brainer for me. I had spent a year trying to teach coding to myself with online resources and books, but I felt like I was spinning my wheels and I wasn't going anywhere. Having a full-time job, I wasn't able to commit myself to a four-year degree. So I started looking into where I should go from there and came across the idea of bootcamps. After much searching I came across the Butler University coding program. I liked that the program was run by Butler, so I would be able to put the Butler name on my resume when I graduated. I felt that this program was exactly what I needed to move forward and make my dream of a new career a reality.My experience with this program has been incredible. I have learned so much that I can't believe where I started from. My teacher has been amazing about explaining the material and helping me figure out where I'm stuck. I will admit it can be very challenging, but it gets easier with time.If I were to give any advice to a prospective student, it would be to trust yourself and take the plunge. It will be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do, but it will be so worth it when you get to the end and can see the progress you have made. Also, never be afraid to ask for help. That's what the Butler team is there for—to help you, whether it's asking your teacher during office hours, getting a tutor, or even asking a fellow student. Whether you're looking to change careers or just learn a new skill, you won't be sorry you chose Butler University.
- 2Reviews6CoursesCornerstone International Community College of Canada offers 24-month Web and Mobile App Development and Network & Systems Solutions bootcamps and a 12-m... Read MoreCornerstone International Community College of Canada offers 24-month Web and Mobile App Development and Network Systems Solutions bootcamps and a 12-month Digital Marketing Specialist bootcamp. The Web and Mobile App Development and Network Systems Solutions bootcamps each include 9 courses over the course of 12 months followed by 12 months of paid co-op work experience. The Digital Marketing Specialist bootcamp includes 6 months of coursework followed by a 6 month paid co-op experience. Read More
5Student - Course: Web and Mobile App Development - Vancouver
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Says: Super practical diploma programsWhen I was a student, we were participating many projects right after finishing any web and mobile development topics. Especially, my teacher, Ali(he is still t ... Read MoreWhen I was a student, we were participating many projects right after finishing any web and mobile development topics. Especially, my teacher, Ali(he is still teaching with the same passion like his first day) has two master degree from one of the high-end universities in Canada. He was just amazing because of small class size, he would spend his time for every student in order for us to understand the logic behind and every single details.
I could personally write so much good things about the program, long story short, it is just a brilliant program that everyone should have a chance to be part of this great atmosphere. Highly recommended.... Read Less
- 2Reviews1CourseEmerging Digital Academy is an immersive 20-week Full Stack Engineering bootcamp in Fargo, North Dakota. The first 6 weeks of this bootcamp are held online a... Read MoreEmerging Digital Academy is an immersive 20-week Full Stack Engineering bootcamp in Fargo, North Dakota. The first 6 weeks of this bootcamp are held online and students must commit 15-25 hours each week. The remaining 14 weeks of the bootcamp are held full-time in person at the Emerging Digital Academy classroom in Fargo. The time commitment for this latter part of the bootcamp is up to 60 hours per week. Emerging Digital Academy updates their curriculum monthly for each new cohort to ensure that students are always learning the cutting edge of technology and industry best practices. Read More
- 2Reviews7CoursesCode Academy Berlin offers six, in-person bootcamps of varying lengths in both Web Development and Data Science tracks. Bootcamps are held on campus in the R... Read MoreCode Academy Berlin offers six, in-person bootcamps of varying lengths in both Web Development and Data Science tracks. Bootcamps are held on campus in the Rummelsburg neighborhood overlooking the Spree river. The bootcamps are designed with an agile modular structure that echoes the agile project management work environments students will later encounter in the workplace. Read More
5Graduate - Course: Web Development: Specialization Module - Berlin
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Says: Strongly recommendedI came to Code Academy without any coding knowledge, yet I already had a job offer when I finished the course.During the course, the most important questions re ... Read MoreI came to Code Academy without any coding knowledge, yet I already had a job offer when I finished the course.... Read Less
During the course, the most important questions regarding language and technology were explained step by step. I received a lot of support from mentors and Ottavia in particular has always pushed me forward. The atmosphere was great, colleagues from the course willingly shared their knowledge. Overall, a wonderful 5 months, full of learning, challenges but also interesting, open-minded people!
- 2Reviews6CoursesAwakeLab offers several remote online bootcamp options: Python Full Stack Development (16 weeks), Java Full Stack Development (16 weeks), UX/UI Design (14 we... Read MoreAwakeLab offers several remote online bootcamp options: Python Full Stack Development (16 weeks), Java Full Stack Development (16 weeks), UX/UI Design (14 weeks), and Front End Web Developer (14 weeks). For students who are new to web development, AwakeLab offers a 4-week Fundamentals of Web Development bootcamp. AwakeLab also offers an advanced 8-week UX Writing bootcamp. All AwakeLab bootcamps utilize a flipped classroom approach and consist of a combination of live online classes and asynchronous work on the AwakeLab web platform. Read More
5Student - Course: Full Stack Web Development - Part-Time - Online
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Says: The Coding Boot Camp at the University of SydneySpreadsheets sparked my career in software development. I spent a lot of time working in them in my last job and loved the logical gymnastics of using a combina ... Read MoreSpreadsheets sparked my career in software development. I spent a lot of time working in them in my last job and loved the logical gymnastics of using a combination of values and formulas to create tools to help my team work more efficiently. That said, as the spreadsheet tools I created became more complex, I became hungrier to break free of the constraints of cells and execute logic in clearer, more advanced ways—and with a nicer interface too.This lead me to coding. I was mindblown by how many great online resources there were to learn how to code for free… or more accurately, I was overwhelmed. As someone entering the field for the first time, I didn’t even know where to start. Let alone what I would need to be capable of to be competitive in the job market. Fortunately, I stumbled across the Coding Boot Camp at the University of Sydney and quickly knew it was the perfect course for me.I think this will be the perfect course for you too, if you’re someone who:
There are ~12 hours of lectures per week, across three evenings (if you’re based in Sydney). This means that you can do the course whilst working full-time. I’ve been amazed by how much I can achieve in the evenings, a time that I previously underutilised. That said, working full-time and taking this course is hard, to the point where you probably won't be able to get as much out of it compared to if you were working part-time or taking a break from work. This is because the course is quite fast-paced. To break it down:
- Wants a comprehensive understanding of how to build a website
- Craves structure to stay motivated
- And, is excited to learn a lot in a short time.
Personally, I find this structure very motivating. It’s why I love the course so much. It keeps me accountable and continuously pushes me to keep learning. Looking back over the last three months, I am astounded by how much I have learned—there is absolutely no way I could have made so much progress on my own in such a short time.I also love how personable and supportive the course is. Learning independently online seems bleak in comparison. The instructor and teaching assistants responsible for delivering my course are incredibly clear and knowledgeable. Our instructor is particularly motivating and regularly reminds us of how far we've come and where we can find extra support if needed. There’s a 24/7 chat-based service where you can ask for help with your code. Pretty much 100% of the time, I get the help I need to solve my problem within 15 minutes. You can also opt-in for 1:1 tutoring sessions on top of regular classes if you need them. Overall, I feel like there are so many opportunities for extra support.
- The course is 24 weeks long, with no weeks off in between.
- Each week, we cover around 15 new concepts related to a particular area of the field.
- For each concept, the instructor runs through a demonstration. Then, you go into a breakout room with other students and a tutor and you directly apply what you’ve learnt to an activity.
- There is a new assignment every week. You can only skip two assignments to pass the course.
- Class attendance is mandatory and your camera needs to be on. You can only miss up to eight classes to pass the course.
I haven't really started my job search yet, so I can't comment too thoroughly on the career services. That said, I feel confident that I'm learning the right concepts to be employer-competitive and that when I'm ready to start applying, there are resources there for me to prepare for interviews, write my application materials and have them reviewed to increase my chances of success.If I'm being picky, my only critiques are:
If you choose to enrol in this course, my advice is just that you’ll get out what you put in. If you want to get the most out of it, be prepared to be challenged. Ultimately, your coding abilities are what matter. Not your assignment marks or your attendance—so try to come into this with the mindset that everything you do is adding to your potential success.
- Sometimes the feedback on my assignments feels a little generic/templated. That said, it’s far more feedback than I ever received on an assignment in my undergraduate degree. Also, I think it reflects one of my favourite things about coding—if you hit all of the acceptance criteria, then your work is good enough and perhaps there isn’t much more that needs to be said.
- I wish there were more opportunities to network, both in person and online, with people in the course and outside of it. I think they could do more to help us meet people working in the industry.
- A week off in the middle of the course would be nice.
TLDR: the course is challenging, but you are guaranteed to learn.... Read Less
- 2Reviews8CoursesSkillspire offers online bootcamps with courses including Full Stack Web Development Immersive (16 weeks), Intro to Data Analytics (12 weeks), Advanced Data ... Read MoreSkillspire offers online bootcamps with courses including Full Stack Web Development Immersive (16 weeks), Intro to Data Analytics (12 weeks), Advanced Data Analytics (12 weeks), Cybersecurity (16 weeks), Java/Cloud Computing with AWS (20 weeks), and C#/Azure Cloud (20 weeks) bootcamps. Skillspire’s mission is to diversify tech, helping people transition their careers into tech no matter their background. Skillspire bootcamp students receive mentorship throughout the program to help them upskill their technical and soft skills. Read More
5Graduate - Course: C# & Azure Cloud - Online
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Says: Full Review from a Recent StudentSoftware Engineering Course Review Summary: There are some programs available to help with tuition. The tuition cost is very reasonable and they offer Flexible ... Read MoreSoftware Engineering Course Review Summary:
- There are some programs available to help with tuition.
- The tuition cost is very reasonable and they offer Flexible payment options.
- The class size is small which allows the instructor to help students during or after class times.
- The schedule is very relaxed and designed for people with busy lives.
- The course is beneficial for all experience levels. You will learn C Sharp (C#) through the course while learning how programming concepts are applied in real world scenarios/ industry.
- After the course they offer career counseling.
They really want you to get a job in whichever industry you choose! Another benefit of the smaller size of this school is they do well if you do well.
There are a couple programs out there that might help cover tuition if you qualify and the school offers reasonable financing options. I had spoken to one of their recruiters before signing up and was able to work out options best suited to my financial situation with their senior leadership. They have some information about their financing options on their website, but if the cost of tuition is the only hurdle you see then be open with them and talk it out. They absolutely want to help people who honestly wish to help themselves.
Skillspire is a small institution focused on getting people into the tech industry. Their size allows them to help you in the right capacity needed for your situation. They have more freedom to accommodate their students on a personal basis.
Are you a nervous test taker or stress over due dates? NO WORRIES HERE! You won't take a single exam and due dates are very flexible. The course was designed to be no stress/low pressure for the students. The grading structure is very relaxed as well. Turn in your assignment and get the points.
Concerned you won't be able to find the time to participate?
I live on the East Coast and they're based in Seattle, WA. That's a 3 hour time difference. Wednesday classes were late for my time zone but if I couldn't make it to class the instructor sent a link to the recording of the class. They're understanding and lenient on attendance.
You will not pass/fail based on attendance or grades. You are responsible for learning the material just like any other learning institution but they will pull all the stops to make sure you can learn what they're teaching. You get out of this course exactly what you put in. When I went through the course we didn't have our first official homework assignment until just before half way through the 20 weeks. Personally I recommend using an additional resource to practice what you learn between classes. I was brand new to all the material and I felt I needed it and the extra practice helped.
Worried you're computer skills are outdated?
For me, I was a fairly new to programming and didn't have a language I already knew. I had dabbled in C++ in the early 2000's and I liked it. I can't say I put much effort in staying current in tech since that time. When I was looking into this course I wasn't even familiar with Window OS's post Windows XP. I used computers at work that ran Windows 7 - 10 but I only used them for very basic tasks. Upon signing up for the course I had to get myself a proper laptop but I was definitely overdue. ; )
My point is, I barely had a hobby remotely related to tech before I took this course and I didn't struggle due to that. I had played around with some Linux distros on an ARM device (Raspberry Pi 3B+) I purchased on a whim a few years ago but it wasn't even operational when I committed myself to taking the course. I was absolutely a novice.
I just recently finished the course and I'm excited to see where I end up from here.
- 2Reviews6CoursesUT Dallas offers live online 26-week Cybersecurity, Coding, Data Analytics, and DevOps bootcamps. Classes meet virtually on some weekday evenings and Saturda... Read MoreUT Dallas offers live online 26-week Cybersecurity, Coding, Data Analytics, and DevOps bootcamps. Classes meet virtually on some weekday evenings and Saturdays. Read More
5 - Course: Cybersecurity (Part-Time) - Online
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Says: GraduateThis has been an incredibly rewarding journey. I did not expect this to go so well. I had completed 2 previous bootcamps with other schools years ago with mixed ... Read MoreThis has been an incredibly rewarding journey. I did not expect this to go so well. I had completed 2 previous bootcamps with other schools years ago with mixed feelings.... Read Less
My journey began with me engaging with 5 possible schools to learn cybersecurity. I chose UTD Tech because of the personal attention I received from the recruiter. She was very accurate and upfront about who would benefit the most from this course. The course material itself prepares you for today's cybersecurity challenges while providing a significant amount of pertinent historical data that shows how we arrived at where we are. The instructors went to painstaking measures to ensure we under the concepts leaving no students behind.
And then the creme-de-la-creme. All the help that was provided with resumes and virtual presence helped me land my new career.
5Student - Course: Full Stack Software Development - Online
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- 2Reviews2CoursesColorado State University Bootcamps offers online, part-time, 26-week courses in Cybersecurity and Coding. Students that complete the coursework will receive... Read MoreColorado State University Bootcamps offers online, part-time, 26-week courses in Cybersecurity and Coding. Students that complete the coursework will receive 26 continuing education credits. Colorado State University Bootcamps aim to fill the growing skills gap in the tech industry. Read More
5Applicant - Course: Coding (Part-Time) - Online
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Says: A+++I really think enthusiasm and a positive environment are the best catalysts for learning and Brendan provided just that. Learning how to code this quickly can b ... Read MoreI really think enthusiasm and a positive environment are the best catalysts for learning and Brendan provided just that. Learning how to code this quickly can be an intimidating process, and we covered a lot of material. Brendan and Amadeo both were fantastic mentors and teachers and made themselves available for hours of questions and debugging and I am so grateful for that.... Read Less
This course gave us all the tools we needed to dive headfirst into a new career in tech, including career prep with Laura! Laura was instrumental in helping us during the post-bootcamp job hunt; she is a wealth of knowledge and it shows that she loves her job.
Overall I have nothing but great things to say about this experience. 10/10 would highly recommend. Thank you for everything, Fullstack team!
- 2Reviews1CourseThe UWM School of Continuing Education Coding Bootcamp is an online bootcamp designed to take students from beginners to job-ready in 6 months. Powered by Th... Read MoreThe UWM School of Continuing Education Coding Bootcamp is an online bootcamp designed to take students from beginners to job-ready in 6 months. Powered by Thinkful, it is an immersive, online program that teaches students web development fundamentals, HTML, CSS, APIs, GitHub, Node.js, React, data structures, and algorithms. Instruction is delivered via Thinkful’s 1-on-1 mentorship style – students are matched with professional engineers to guide them through the curriculum and share industry knowledge like professional engineering workflows. Read More
5Student - Course: UWM School of Continuing Education Coding Bootcamp - Online
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Says: Uw Coding BootcampThis course was great! I went in knowing very little about how to code and came out able to build a fully functional webpage from scratch! Hard work but so wort ... Read MoreThis course was great! I went in knowing very little about how to code and came out able to build a fully functional webpage from scratch! Hard work but so worth it, the instructiona staff is amazing... Read Less
- 2Reviews12CoursesUpgrade Hub is a bootcamp in Madrid, Spain that offers part-time and full-time intensive courses in Web Development and UX/UI Design. Classes are taught in-p... Read MoreUpgrade Hub is a bootcamp in Madrid, Spain that offers part-time and full-time intensive courses in Web Development and UX/UI Design. Classes are taught in-person in Madrid. The curriculum for each bootcamp is designed in collaboration with employers so that graduates are employable and have specific skills that employers in Madrid are seeking. Mentors at Upgrade Hub are working professionals who teach via a “learning by doing” methodology. Expect to face real-world problems and challenges while building digital projects. Read More
5Graduate - Course: Data Analytics - Madrid
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Says: Data Mining, Data Analytics, Data ScienceLo recomiendo, me ayudó a mejorar muchísimo mi nivel en programación y profundizar en matemática y estadística.Alcanzas un nivel de entrada bastante bueno para ... Read MoreLo recomiendo, me ayudó a mejorar muchísimo mi nivel en programación y profundizar en matemática y estadística.... Read Less
Alcanzas un nivel de entrada bastante bueno para cualquier empresa, lo aconsejo con vistas incluso a Data Science, ya que se ven tanto modelos supervisados como no supervisados.
- 2Reviews1CourseCleveland Codes is a full-time, 16-week IT Fast Track Program in Cleveland, OH. If you are passionate about problem-solving, creative thinking, creating new ... Read MoreCleveland Codes is a full-time, 16-week IT Fast Track Program in Cleveland, OH. If you are passionate about problem-solving, creative thinking, creating new apps, and building websites then Cleveland Codes Tri-C Software Developers Academy at Cuyahoga Community College is for you. This fully immersive program teaches students C# within the .NET framework and gives the opportunity to take the Microsoft Development Fundamentals Exam 98-361 to receive Microsoft Technology Associate certification. After successful completion of the program, students are extended a chance to complete a 12-week full-time, paid internship. Read More
1Student - Course: IT Fast Track Program - Cleveland
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Says: No Lesson PlanThis course was horrible. The instructor had no lesson plan, he mostly did things off the cuff and did not know a lot of basic terms. The program manager will N ... Read MoreThis course was horrible. The instructor had no lesson plan, he mostly did things off the cuff and did not know a lot of basic terms. The program manager will NEVER get back to you if you have any questions or need help from her. They tell you they help you find a job but once the course is over you never hear from them again. It took months for them to send everyone their certificate of completion when they told us it would take a week after class was over. I have had over 40 rejected job offers now with no end in sight. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS COURSE. Take a different Bootcamp I promise you will be better off.... Read Less
- 2Reviews4CoursesPluralsight is an online learning platform to help technologists keep up with changing technology and build skills in cloud, mobile, security and data. Plura... Read MorePluralsight is an online learning platform to help technologists keep up with changing technology and build skills in cloud, mobile, security and data. Pluralsight Paths range in length from 9 hours to 50 hours, and combine multiple courses and tools to teach specific skills from start to finish in the right order. Pluralsight offers Paths in Web Development, IT Ops, Creative, Security. Read More