July 12 – November 12
Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 6 PM - 9 PM and one Saturday per month, 9 AM - 4 PM
NOTE: This cohort is extended to 18 weeks to include a short break, and to make up for the missed classes due to holidays: September 7 (Labor Day) and October 12 (Columbus Day)
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Visit the class website for a more in-depth look.
Meet the instructor: Dan Bauer!
The Saturdays that are scheduled learning times (1 Saturday each month) will primarily consist of team building, portfolio development, and other technical areas (such as GitHub and Chrome’s Developer Tools) to round out the students’ curriculum, and broaden their exposure to web development tools.
Integrating oneself into the Portland tech community is possibly the single best decision a new student can make. Forging connections and friendships by attending tech meetups and events is the best way to do this. We cannot force you to do this, but we will try (in a loving way :)
PCS hosts and sponsors community events periodically. Some of these will be organized and run by our students. Another powerful way for web developers to put their best foot forward -- and be extra attractive to employers -- is to contribute to open source projects. We will cover best practices and different ways to make this happen in the latter part of the course.
General Outline (may change slightly each session):
- Weeks 13-16: Big projects, mentoring new students, interview preparation NOTE: Saturday lectures and topics are not listed here, as they will be planned based on the students’ needs
Technical Areas Covered:
- Writing Tests
- Web Standards
- $4995 Tuition*: