Full Stack ES6 Bootcamp
Your kickstart into coding
As a professional web developer, there is always a new technology of the future around the corner. Something to research, learn, or evaluate against what is currently being used. You need to know how or when to implement these into an existing application: designing, building, securing and maintaining an application as you add to it.
We will focus on crafting applications with React and integrating additional technologies such as GraphQL, Redux, Websockets, and even React Native, as we develop a complex, production-ready application.
We also offer this course in-company. Contact us if you want to enrol with your colleagues.
We cover everything that is needed to build rich applications.
REST APIs and SQL
Databases and Backend development with NodeJS
Learn to build RESTful APIs with the popular Express framework. Hook everything up to a PostgreSQL database for data persistence.
Full Stack Web Development
Connect the dots between Front-end and Backend
Learn to connect your React UI (front-end) to your Express APIs (backend) to build a scalable, full stack application with NodeJS.
APIs and Logins
Better safe than sorry
Learn all about logins and APIs
Advanced SQL & Deployment
Get the most out of your database
Learn to write powerful database queries to patch, aggregate, and fully bring alive the data in your database and learn all about deployment.
How not to get hacked
Learn to exploit, mitigate, and test for common security pitfalls when building web applications. Hacking exposed!
What you need to know to join our bootcamp
This bootcamp is the follow-up of the React & Redux Bootcamp. If you have not completed that, but still have some programming skills, we might still accept you as a student. Please contact us and we will schedule a call with you to determine your current level. There is a good chance that we ask you to complete some pre-work before we accept you.
All of our classes are taught in English. You should be able to converse effortlessly in both technical and non-technical discussions, and read and understand technical materials.
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