The Full Stack Web Development Series
Kingston, Jamaica get ready for Tutorate's comprehensive full stack web development training series. Over a 4 to 6 month period you'll learn the important skills needed for full stack web programming.
Before you Start, do a Foundational Course
We realize that there are some details assumed by our Full Stack Series. To support the series we have designed the fundamentals course to get you started on the right foot.
The fundamentals course is delivered as an online series, so you can take it from anywhere. You'll need to commit two evenings per week.
Then do these Two Courses
The series is broken up into two major courses, outlined below.
6 hands on projects covering Python, object oriented programming, working with databases, introduction to a mobile SMS API and much more.
Duration: Two months
Iteratively improve two web application as you add authentication, adopt a framework, implement API end points all while learning Flask, Google app engine, authentication and much more.
Duration: Two months
Course Delivery and Time commitments
This is a serious time commitment. Our part-time face-to-face series runs Tuesday & Thursday evenings with labs every other Saturday. Overall, this could consume 10 to 15 hours or more of your time each week. Don't worry we're told that the time spent is very rewarding!
Frequently Asked Questions
What will I learn?
We teach Python based web application development. While we want to expose you to a wide range of environments, most of the deployment scenarios in the series will target Heroku and Google App Engine. We've decided to standardize on the Flask web framework.
What you've been saying to us:
"I'm managing a team of developers, I know a bit of code but I'm still not fully comfortable with full stack programming, this course will allow me to have greater input in the way the code for my project is managed"
"Developers are expensive, this course will pay back for itself quickly, once I've gotten my first minimum viable products out the door"
"I have a good amount of Python development experience but I would love to fill in the gaps."
"I want to earn some credentials that will help to get my foot in the door on projects"
What can I do with the knowledge?
This is squarely aimed at persons who are running startups (or planning to) or are switching career paths into the tech field. So what you learn should equip you to build real world applications. The series closely follows the Udacity full stack nanodegree curriculum, as a result you can use the work you do and the experience you gain to pick up a nanodegree from Udacity in fullstack web development.
Why do this series?
Our biggest distinguishing factor is our high quality face to face and personalized instruction. Based on conversations with students this seems to resonate with them.
When does this start?
May 19, 2015
Okay I'm interested, what next?
You are encouraged to request more information. We'll be in touch to help you decide if this is right for you.