Code Institute Certified - Full Stack Bootcamp
The Mentored Online Full Stack Bootcamp is perfect if you are looking to start your career as a web developer with a full qualification and portfolio in your arsenal. Whether you’re looking to become a Front-End Developer or work in Back End Technologies with server-side scripting; this Bootcamp will provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and certification you need to launch your career as a Full Stack Web Developer.
Taking this Bootcamp will allow you to become a career-ready Software Developer in 12-48 weeks (study time dependent on your commitment) and provide you with industry-validated coding skills through the Industry Advisory Council (IAC). The IAC is a panel of industry-leading experts who meet every three months to review, validate and recommend syllabus improvements to make sure your course content stays relevant, making you an in-demand developer. The course is also credit-rated by Edinburgh Napier University, making it the only accredited Bootcamp in Europe, providing you with a globally recognised Diploma in Software Development.
Our online courses are designed to fit around you. Study anywhere, anytime and you’ll be guided by our expert tutors who are on hand 24/7 to answer any questions you may have or clear any potential stumbling blocks you may come across.
What you will study
- Data Management
- Agile Development
Your programme is broken into three streams and an introductory module – Stream Zero
- Stream Zero: The introductory pre-Bootcamp module that ensures you have the basic skills
- Stream Two: Back end technologies and sever-side scripting with Python libraries
- Stream Three: Relational Databases and Django full stacks framework
Advantages of this Course
By 2020 there will be 1,500,000 unfulfilled tech jobs worldwide, the beauty of becoming a fully accredited developer is that you’ll be qualified to take up any one of these roles. With a starting salary of £25,000 it will lead you to a very fruitful career in web development. Do you have plans of starting your own tech company? This is the knowledge you will need to make your dream a reality.
Don’t worry about having no experience, because you’ll be building your experience throughout the course when you build your professional portfolio: the combination of accredited skills and experience is a guaranteed winner!
Right, so now you know the basics of what the course entails and leads to. We thought we’d be a bit more specific and show you what industries you can work in as a developer, below you can find an article of eight industries that need good coders:
8 Industries That Need Good Coders
- IT - IT demands good coders. Web Development is a subsidiary of IT and coders can design everything from a new piece of software to a great website that is the driving force to any business making coders a key part of the industry.
- Marketing - Marketing utilises the use of APIs which are designed and integrated by coders. Developers will build any website, landing page or email marketing material that can be used to advertise your company’s product or services.
- Finance - Banks and other financial institutions use web development programmes to analyse pricing, risk and trade management platforms, therefore having talented developers and coders to make sure these programmes are running smoothly is paramount.
- Software Development - To create a piece of software, it needs to have a programming language behind it as the factory which helps it to run; which means to build, maintain and update this software you need to have good coding skills.
- Project Management - This one works both ways: programming needs project management and project management needs programming. In a development project, managers need talented programmers to ensure the project is delivered on time and to the desired quality – simple!
- Creative - The Adobe Creative Suite that has been used to create millions of designs and open over a billion PDF files? Programmed, created and maintained by coders. Coders also build websites and manipulate designs for designers and bring their creativity to life.
- Health Care - From the databases that store patient information to the creation and development of embedded devices, patient monitoring systems and applications; Health Care is an industry that holds programmers as one of the cornerstones.
- Manufacturing - CAM, or Computer-aided Manufacturing, is defined as the use of software to control machine tools and related ones in the manufacturing of workpieces: self-explanatory really. Computer-aided Design and Computer-aided Engineering are both similar processes that require the use of functional software to carry out its procedures.
The skills which are needed to get into these industries vary, but it gives you an idea as to what industries programming plays a crucial role in and what your future could hold.
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