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The Iron Yard

Front-End Engineering

The Iron Yard

The Iron Yard’s front-end engineering bootcamp is designed for people who want to learn how to build web apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. The bootcamp curriculum includes extensive career ...

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Code Fellows

Advanced Software Development in Full-Stack JavaScript

Code Fellows

Build full-stack web applications with server-side Node.js and modern, front-end libraries and frameworks, including AngularJS. In this intensive course, you will study ...

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Bootcamp

The Iron Yard

Code Fellows

Program

Front-End Engineering

Advanced Software Development in Full-Stack JavaScript

Founded

2011

2013

Duration

12 weeks

10 weeks

Cost

$13,900

$12,000

Topics

CSS, HTML, JavaScript, MVC, Node.js, React

Ajax, Algorithms, Angular-JS, CSS, Express, Git, HTML, Jasmine, JavaScript, JSON, MongoDB, Node.js, NoSQL, REST, Sass, Unix

Cities

Atlanta, Austin, Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, Durham, Greenville, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Little Rock, London, Minneapolis, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Washington DC

Portland, Seattle

Admissions

Application, interview

Application, phone interview, code challenge

Placement stats

Undisclosed

90%+ placement rate

Scholarships

Diversity scholarship available

For women, U.S. veterans, and minorities

Job Guarantee

No

No

Financing

Yes

Yes

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