Thinking about enrolling in our Web Development Bootcamp, but don’t know if you’re the right fit? We’re mainly looking for people who are both passionate about technology and quick learners.
Some of the types of students that have enrolled in our Web Development Bootcamp include:
- Career changers; from bankers to flight attendants. These were all people that wanted to break into tech.
- Designers who wanted to learn to code in order to pair their designs with coding knowledge.
- Marketers who wanted to become growth hackers.
- Computer Science graduates who wanted to sharpen their practical, real-world development skills.
- Entrepreneurs who wanted to be able to get a better understanding of the technical aspect of things.
- Experienced developers who needed a refresher and wanted to update their toolkit.
Part-time: 15-20 hours per week.
Work remotely, weekly group sessions.
Full-time: 60+ hours per week.
9AM-8PM, Monday through Friday.
Let us help you prepare for the hiring process.
1 week post-Ironhack.
Intro to Programming and Algorithms
Object-Oriented Programming in Ruby
Clean code principles
TDD (Test Driven Development)
Document Object Model
Put it All Together
Data and relationships with Rails
Using MVC with Rails
Common Gems & Tools
Authentication & Authorization
Week 07 and 08
Meet Potential Employers
If you don't find one that suits you, reach out. We can help!
Course taught in Spanish
- 26 Oct - 18 Dec 15
- 29 Jan - 25 Mar 16
- 01 Apr - 27 May 16
- 03 Jun - 29 Jul 16
- 05 Aug - 30 Sep 16
- 21 Oct - 16 Dec 16
Course taught in English
- 12 Oct - 04 Dec 15
- 08 Jan - 04 Mar 16
- 25 Mar - 05 May 16
- 10 Jun - 05 Aug 16
- 12 Aug - 07 Oct 16
- 14 Oct - 09 Dec 16
Course taught in English
- 19 Oct - 15 Dec 15
- 11 Jan - 04 Mar 16
- 28 Mar - 20 May 16
- 13 Jun - 05 Aug 16
- 15 Aug - 07 Oct 16
- 17 Oct - 09 Dec 16
It’s not only about being a good developer; it’s also about being a great teacher. Our experienced instructors will help you reach your goals, and adapt to your personal needs. Here are a few of our amazing instructors:
Founder & CTO Tapquo
Rafa de Castro
Lead Software Engineer at BeBanjo
Lead Instructor at Ironhack
Here are some of the questions we’re frequently asked.
Do I need any programming skills or experience?You’ll need to have a genuine interest in tech and coding, and be extremely motivated. The course moves very quickly and we’ll work tireless to make sure you don’t fall behind, but we need you to be engaged at all times. We want you to have had some sort of introduction to coding- whether it was an intro to programming in college, or an online course on one of the many available platforms such as Treehouse or Codecademy.
Why do you teach Ruby on Rails?
Ruby has great, easy-to-learn syntax, which makes it ideal for learning to code. Ruby on Rails also has a very active community of developers who are willing to mentor and share their knowledge and experience.
If I already know how to code, is the web development bootcamp right for me?
Yes! In fact, many of our students have Computer Science degrees. During the course, you’ll not only learn to code, but you’ll also learn to use the professional tools (github) and workflows that many startups and software companies use. Additionally, you’ll learn software development best practices, SOLID principles, and more.
Is it really full time? Can I work and do the program at the same time?
We need you 110% dedicated to the course, so unfortunately you won’t be able to work or juggle other responsibilities during the 8 weeks.
What better way to learn about the Ironhack experience than to hear from people who have already lived it?