Is our part time web developer course on campus or remote?
The Jump is based in London, UK, and all our training sessions are delivered live, online, remotely, so that our students can learn to become software engineers, from anywhere. Students do not attend on campus.
What does our part time web developer course provide you with?
To enable you to become a web developer, we'll provide:
— Live, interactive, instructor-led training via Zoom
— An in-depth front end web developer curriculum
— A focus on the most in-demandand commercially valuable tech e.g. React.
— An expert, responsive, bootcamp instructor with over 15 years experience as a software engineer
— Comprehensive training materials and examples
— Recordings of every training session
— Homework and projects for feedback, practise and embedding your learning.
— Hackathons to practise using software to solve problems as part of a team
— Optional career-change support including rewriting your CV, portfolio support and interview prep and practise.
What will you learn on this part time web developer course?
The constituent parts of the internet and websites / web applications: The client-server model (inc. APIs) focused on the front end
The tools & systems to create, edit, debug, test, deploy & host your code
Industry standards and best practice for writing software
How is this different from our part time software engineering course?
This web developer course focuses on front end development only and doesn't cover the 6 weeks of back end training which the part time software engineering course covers, pertaining to servers, databases, building your own API’s, 3rd party services, authentication and authorisation, and DevOps.
If you wish to cover the full client server model, please click one of the following links for either our part time