web development

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07
Mar

3 signs you’ll soon be attending a coding bootcamp at your college

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Rutgers Coding Bootcamp, launched in fall 2015, is among a select group of university-based coding bootcamp programs in the United States. This certificate program is specifically designed to teach adult learners and part-time students the skills they need for careers in web development, a high-demand area for the digital economy.

Read the full article at TechCrunch

Tue
13
Oct

University-Run Boot Camps Offer Students Marketable Skills — but Not Course Credit

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Level, a venture that offers students courses in data analytics, has a motto of sorts. It’s written in large letters across the program’s website: “Real skills. Real experience. Two months.”

The motto sounds a lot like the boot-camp style of education offered by companies like General Assembly. But Level, a product of Northeastern University, is neither a private company nor a Silicon Valley startup. It is one of the first boot-camp programs created by a traditional university, and it exists alongside Northeastern’s master’s programs in subjects such as urban informatics and information design and visualization.

Read more on The Chronicle of Higher Education, Wired Campus Blog

Fri
28
Aug

Rutgers' First Coding Bootcamp Launches in Fall

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Web development program’s goal to prepare students for high-demand digital careers

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Rutgers will launch New Jersey’s first-ever coding boot camp in October, a program specifically designed to teach adult learners and part-time students the skills they need for careers in web development, a high-demand area for the digital economy.

The boot camp, a 24-week certificate program offered by Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies to the general public, combines on-campus classes in New Brunswick with online work and will be held two evenings a week and for four hours on Saturday. Enrollment closes October 26 and the first class is scheduled October 27.

Information and registration are available at codingbootcamp.Rutgers.edu or via phone at (732) 430-2144.

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