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|Week||Main course topics|
|4-5||Back-end frameworks (Node, Express, Koa, GraphQL), databases (SQL, MongoDB, Redis), advanced HTML and CSS.|
|6-7||Front-end frameworks (Angular, React), end-to-end testing.|
|7-8||Security threats, authentication, personal project, automated tasks, demos, portfolio preparation, job interview training, hiring support.|
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Here are some of the frameworks and tools that you’ll master during the Full-Stack Web Development program at Codeworks.
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A job in 30 days
28% Higher salary
Our instructors are selected and trained to be the best teachers, among experienced engineers that have worked with world-class enterprises.
We have put a lot of effort to assemble the most critical components of a top Software Engineering education program. We retain exceptional faculty and staff, and deliver an experience that outperforms the alternatives.
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We believe your education should not be limited by your financial background. Choose the plan that fits best with your needs.
New classes start every 7 weeks throughout the year. Apply now and choose your preferred start date during the admission process.
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After sending your application, these are the steps to be admitted to a Codeworks course. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you’d like to find out more.
1. Intro Chat
2. Tech Interview
3. Coding Assignment
Sometimes making a decision is not easy. Here we cover the most frequently asked questions about our program. Feel free to get in touch if you can’t find yours.
At Codeworks you get approximately double the number of learning hours compared to most other bootcamps. But numbers tell only one side of the story. We also undertake incredible efforts to provide you with the best instructors and learning tools available. As a result, you understand how to think like a Software Engineer, instead of simply practicing the latest tools.
We’ve prepared a quick report that sums up core objective parameters from different Full-Stack courses, to help prospective students make their choice.
Other parameters that are very relevant but more subjective, like the quality of the curriculum, or the learning strategy, are left to personal judgement. Each school has its own vision on these topics.
We have a dedicated page that highlights and compares the main characteristics of our courses.
Yes, and no. You could possibly learn the theory by yourself, if you’re extremely clever and crazy stubborn, although it would likely take you much longer. But the truth is that without great support normally people get stuck along the way and lose motivation, eventually giving up. Apart from this, even if you’re the exception to the rule, you would certainly miss the added value of an amazing alumni community, combined with great hiring partners.
Considering the immersive nature of this program, you want to be 100% dedicated to it. So, plan in advance to make sure you can set work and other responsibilities apart during the program duration.
Our classes are completely international. Students come from several different countries, and end up working wherever their passion leads them in the world. Also keep in mind that most coding documentation online is in English, so understanding the language is indispensable to be able to properly work in this field.
You need to be able to understand when someone speaks in English, and express yourself well enough so that people around you know what you mean. As a rule of thumb, if you can watch a movie in English without subtitles and follow along you should be able to attend the course.
No, applying to the course starts the interview process, which can lead to the admission challenge if you seem a good candidate. Only if you pass the admission challenge you’re admitted to the course.
There are two sides to this answer. From a technical point of view, you need to have basic programming knowledge and speak English fluently. On the other hand, as far as personal traits go we look for students who are extremely passionate, friendly, brilliant, and good at working in team.
Good question. We’ve prepared a quick guide so you can prepare for a successful tech interview.