You will take a journey from being a novice to being a ‘world class beginner’ through an intensive full time route. You will become comfortable with frontend and backend coding, along with the tools, technologies and methodologies needed to navigate through to the next stage in your career.
- Precourse (remote) + 11 weeks (440+ hours)
9am to 17pm, Monday to Friday
- Upcoming Courses:
- September 30th - December 13th 2019
January 13th - March 27th 2020
April 6th - June 19th 2020
July 6th - September 18th 2020
October 5th - December 18th 2020
- Student profiles:
- Coding amateurs
- Vocational Courses or CS students willing to learn web development skills
- Students from other courses or Bootcamps willing to have a deeper understanding
- Software engineers that want to acquire modern skills
- SEO experts
- Professionals working with developers
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Ezequiel, Fullstack Developer at IAM Technologies
This is not only an intensive course, the way the lesson program is structured, the team work and the project orientation makes this a paradigm shift, especially for those who are used to the inefficient formal education system
I totally recommend it and if you take the chance be prepared to give a 100% of your learning and improving capacity
Àlex, Developer at Interficie Internet Services
I guess that the key description of Skylab is a “family state-of-the-art oriented bootcamp” where you will find a personalized treatment, up-to-date company level technologies and practices, and you will want to keep in touch once finished.
Joan Albert, Full Stack at Kiwi.com
You will meet people from very different backgrounds, some of them with no prior coding experience, some others with it, but Skylab makes all the members to have one common treat: willing to work their ass off. And I mean it. This is not a course. This is a bootcamp and you have to work very hard, but the reward worths it.
Ana, Frontend Developer at AXA
I had been informed about other bootcamps and I were not fine with them because of the economic issue or the technologies they used, I could not afford to pay double, for that money I would go to Miami or San Francisco.