April 17, 2019
WCCI Students Coding

Set Your Career Sights on Becoming a Full-Stack JavaScript Developer

You have many IT career options, but you want to make the right choices, given all of your sacrifices and the time and money you invest. After all, you have one major goal on your mind: Land the job that’s ideally suited for you. Based on employer demand for seamless technologies, you definitely want to keep full-stack JavaScript development on the top of your list. This May, We Can Code IT is introducing a new 14-week Full-Stack JavaScript course. JavaScript has been around for decades, but the evolution to full-stack has caught on with companies and brands like Airbnb, PayPal and many more. Full-stack JavaScript development underscores the practical benefits of continuous learning. Just as a starting point, go into the training with the right mindset. You won’t just build websites and applications. You’ll be involved in deploying them, optimization them once they’re in use and finding the best ways to automate them. Expect to learn several programming languages and how they work together to fully support specific applications. You’ll cover everything from AJAX essentials to server programming like Node.js and NoSQL/SQL to JavaScript unit testing. Course highlights include: • 11 weeks of instruction & project-based learning • Learn by doing: 3-day sprints working on project teams • 3 weeks of team-based capstone projects • Staff acting as ScrumMasters and Product Owners With the right coding bootcamp, your time won’t just be for hands-on programming during the day (and a steady follow of homework). Instructors with plentiful industry experience will teach you what you need. They will always have your best interests in mind, including how they include you in teams to prepare you for the ways people work together in company settings. And you’ll have regular support from other students in the cohort. At We Can Code IT, we focus on your programming skills and much more. Like our other courses, expect full-stack JavaScript development to be engaging, personalized and immersive. Classes start on May 13, 2019. Seats are limited.
October 4, 2018
It's a bang in code but an exclamation point other places

Coding Bootcamp Code Hints: Why Punctuation is Important While Coding

Punctuation plays a vital role in how effective your code is. A missing quotation mark, semicolon, question mark, or even exclamation point could prevent your code from...
November 22, 2016
coding bootcamp

Coding Bootcamp Lead Instructor (Cleveland, Part-time / M-Th Evenings)

This position is perfect for a consultant who also wants a steady stream of income while helping mentor new, diverse, developers learn about real-world software and web development. It is a Mon-Thurs evening, part-time / contract position.
March 5, 2015

Coding Bootcamp FAQs: What is a coding bootcamp?

CEO & Lead Instructor Mel McGee responds to the frequently asked question: What is a coding bootcamp? Mel discusses the general structure of the We Can Code IT Bootcamp, educational content, skills development, and goals.
February 27, 2015

Mel McGee Talks Diversity in Tech with The Digital Life’s Kevin Lockett

We Can Code IT CEO and lead instructor, Mel McGee, sat down with The Digital Life podcast host Kevin Lockett to discuss the issue of...
February 12, 2015

Engaging High School Girls in STEM and Coding in HTML, CSS, and Javascript with We Can Code IT

We Can Code IT's after-school program at Beaumont gives students the opportunity to engage their minds in new ways through computational thinking and by creating an understanding of...
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