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MAKE CODING YOUR NEXT CAREER

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Employment of software developers is projected to grow 17% from 2014-2024.

Want to design, build and maintain websites and web applications? Train to be a web developer. This creative, challenging and well-paying role is one of today’s hottest careers. In fact, the growing demand for trained professionals also means you’ll have a secure future.

Web development is a profession that offers a lot of freedom and flexibility, as well as variety—but you have to be able to work both independently and collaboratively and find innovative ways to solve problems. A big part of the job is learning to code in programming languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more.

Technology is always changing, so learning to code is a continuous process. To stay ahead of the curve, you need to be open to change. If you like learning new things and love the satisfaction of seeing an idea come to life, then this is the role for you.

Entry-level coders start at $45,000 per year, while experienced coders earn well over $100,000 per year.  The median annual wage was $100,690 in 2015.

ABOUT OUR FULL STACK TRAINING

This career is a lucrative and engaging trade, secure future, travel opportunities and job satisfaction.

The Code Institute full stack development training is an accelerated, progressive learning path that’s practical, hands on and delivered by industry experts. Real-world application and immersive projects are enhanced through online tutorials, mentors and webinars. Along the way, the projects you complete will be used as samples for your portfolio.

In just 12 weeks, you’ll be job-ready to start your career as a software developer, working in an environment you like and earning a paycheck you love.

CODING LANGUAGES YOU’LL MASTER

HTML 5

Design and create well-structured content that’s compatible with web best practices.

CSS3

Learn basic and advanced techniques to create web apps as beautiful as they are responsive.

JavaScript

Immerse yourself in JavaScript, jQuery, D3 and Angular.JS to breathe more life into your web apps.

Python

Pair Python and Django to create powerful web apps in a matter of days.

GitHub

Manage developing projects and versions and engage with the Git community. It’s a great place to show off your portfolio.

Data Management

Create and access data from relational databases like MySQL and SQLite, as well as publicly accessed data and social media.

Agile Development

Work fast and efficiently, ensuring your projects are expertly built and deployed on time.

Frameworks

Encourage rapid development with clean design using Django, a high-level Python framework.

Career Ready

Get portfolio pointers and interview prep guidance to land your dream job.

LEARN TO CODE SUCCESS

Darragh Browne shares why his coding experience mimics the real world and not a traditional college course.

Mark Railton shares why the mentored online full stack training program is a perfect fit for his busy schedule.

Alun Price discusses why he thought his age would be a barrier to re-careering as a developer and how industry demand helped him overcome it..

Entry level coders start at $45,000 per year while experienced coders earn well over $100,000 per year.

The idea that coders are communication deficient introverts is extremely outdated. In reality, they work on exciting, collaborative projects with a multitude of team members.

Talented developers usually have exceptional communications skills because they are often required to explain, in layman’s terms, the intricacies of a project to individuals who lack the same technology skills.

Since technology is constantly changing, continuing education is critical to maintaining a coder’s relevance. Therefore, if you love learning new things and enjoy working on projects, this could be the career for you.

Learning code is similar to learning a foreign language. It requires practice and immersing yourself into the environment.

Those who learn to code will train in an accelerated learning path.

Our full stack development training provides a hands-on experience that is led by industry experts. Students attend live webinars and immerse themselves into projects that utilize real world applications. Additionally, live mentors and online tutorials support the student as they complete projects for their portfolios. Students also learn how to prepare for the workforce and find the right job.

There is a vast range of opportunities for web developers. Some find themselves lucratively employed with large corporations, while others make their own schedules and spread their services across many small-medium sized businesses.

Why us?

We’re flexible—Learn on your own time and at your own pace, in our mentored online program. Course content is designed to encourage structured development.

We’re on the job—Employers are looking for candidates who can code using modern tools,methods and languages. Successfully complete the course and you’ll be prepared to apply for junior developer jobs.

We’re certified—The Code Institute is fully credit rated by Edinburgh Napier University. Our graduates are awarded a globally recognized diploma in software development.

We’re industry experts—Leading tech experts helped develop our Boot camp, sharing their professional expertise in the syllabus and course development.

We’re up-to-date—Our coding experts teach the latest industry languages so your portfolio is always industry relevant. This also means our full stack course is always evolving.

We’re showoffs—Learn how to host and showcase your projects on GitHub and other repositories so you can present your practical portfolio to potential employers.

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