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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:
July 6th - September 18th 2020
October 5th - December 18th 2020
January 11th - March 26 2021
April 5th - June 18th 2021
July 5th - September 17th 2021
September 27th - December 10th 2021
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
  • Designers
  • Professionals working with developers

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Carlos Saura, Tech Lead en XING

Skylab Coders students have deep and clear understanding of Javascript, React and testing concepts.


We want our students to acquire knowledge in two axis. Form the symbol + We will work with vertical knowledge, with technologies, its foundations, its whys, how to connect them, etc. Horizontally we teach software engineering concepts, architecture principles, design patterns and good practices that apply to the technologies we learn in the vertical axis.

Companies value the depth of vertical knowledge of our students and their ability to integrate new knowledge on good practices learned transversally, applicable to any language. Thus we get to prepare our students to get the highest salary ranges in the city.

0 / Precourse - Programming fundamentals

Programming fundamentals in Javascript, HTML and CSS. Introduction to algorithms, debugging and study of the main data structures.


  • Create an interactive game in the browser
  • Apply foundational programming skills to game logic


Build a front-end game using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and eventually other JS libraries such as jQuery or Underscore.

1 / Front End


  • Build a single page application using a real JS framework
  • Proficient Javascript in versions ES5, ES6, Babel, ESNext
  • Properly use a Javascript framework like React (components, states, SPA)
  • Consume external API’s via http to display application data
  • Understand and automate the build process of an asyncronous front-end application (async, await)
  • Understand modern techniques to make the website responsive for mobile devices
  • Get started using CVS with GIT
  • Start applying agile methodologies and workflows
  • Testing (TDD with Vanilla Javascript and Jasmine)


Build a single page application with HTML, CSS, SASS, Javascript and a framework like ReactJS for an e-commerce that will consume data from a provided external http API.

2 / Back End


  • Build a functional REST API to be consumed by client applications
  • Understand Node.js architecture and programming principles
  • Understand the principles of software engineering
  • Create and manage a database
  • Manage different users, login, password
  • Document your API so any developer can use it.
  • Server-side rendering with PUG
  • Testing (TDD with Mocha and Chai)


Design and build a secure REST API with NodeJS, ExpressJS and MongoDB. You will be asked to apply real-life techniques to document and deploy your program.

3 / Full-stack project


  • Design a real-life web architecture that can scale
  • Implement a full-stack web application with Javascript
  • Test it end-to-end with Jasmine, Jest, Cypress, etc.
  • Work in a team in an agile paradigm. Use real-life tools to enhance team collaboration (git, Trello, Github, Slack)
  • Deploy the application to a real cloud service like Heroku
  • Make a public presentation of your project to other students, developers and investors.


You will be asked to design and implement the architecture of a real web-based system using the techniques and tools you’ve learnt during the course.

4 / Mentoring profesional


  • Know the market and the different projects and company types
  • Be ready for job interviews
  • Know the right salary range
  • Negotiate multiple job offers


During the last three weeks.

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.

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Learn from experts

The community arround Skylab Coders Academy is the best environment to learn programming and launch your professional career: seasoned developers, tailores mentoring and weekly talks from technology experts. You will also work on real projects with our partner companies.

Meet the professors and mentors at Skylab Coders.

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.


Agile development nowadays means much more than being able to write some user stories in a board. You will not only study Github, TDD, Scrum, Kanban methodolodies or Craftsmanship and SOLID principles, but use them during the program sprints, enhancing focus and reaction to change as well as team collaboration. We will teach you how to be a focused and productive developer.


Since the early years of the Internet many programming languages have beend used to write web applications, however in the last years JavaScript has emerged as a powerful language to code not only common web apps but also mobile or even complex, scalable and high performance server-side applications.

During the program we will take advantage of this versatility to focus on what every strong web application developer should know such as core concepts about asynchronous programming or cloud architectures. In fact, JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language on earth. Even Back-End developers are more likely to use it than any other language (source: StackOverflow Survey 2016). You can learn other languages on your own, as most of the developers do.

In our programs you will learn how to use modern frameworks like AngularJS, React or NodeJS. You will also learn how to create your own code libraries and use them while building real open-source projects, both alone and in a collaborative way.

We connect you with your new job

We connect you with your new job

We close deals with companies looking for developers to join their development teams. Their feedback is an important part of our curriculum's continuous improvement process. With it we ensure our students are taught about what will make them suitable for the industry.

Admissions and financing options

We seek promising students who will contribute to the Skylab Coding Academy during their course, and to our Community throughout their professional lives. The Admissions Team considers the following factors: strong personal qualities, commitment and will to learn.

We don't want financial barriers to keep talented people from reaching their goals. We're offering a few different financing options: students loans from financial institutions, scholarships offered by our partner companies, or deferred payments.

Note that you must first be accepted into a Skylab Coders Academy program before applying for financing.

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.