That’s the smouldering look he gives if you say you’ve never watched Pokemon’s or Rick and Morty. Manish is a core computer engineer raised in India, he’s worked in quite a few tech companies and startups as a full stack developer before finding true joy in helping people change careers to get into tech and has been teaching for the past 3 years. He loves explaining complex concepts with lots of artwork and jokes. You’ll usually see him dabbling with a lot of tech libraries or see him post art on Instagram. And he's a Slytherin. ALWAYSRemote
Having worked with technology all his life, Pedro started his career as an IT support technician and quickly moved to server administration. But upon graduation, his interest in programming became apparent and he began learning PHP and Wordpress, which led to his first job as a Web Developer. development and training of junior developers. Having a prior interest in code education, Ironhack allowed me to fully focus on training the next generation of full-stack Web developers, working every day to transform people's lives through technology.Sao Paulo
While working for an international company, Dylan enjoys empowering others through Web Dev education. He actively seeks to gain more professional and pedagogical experience to deliver better programming mentorships and finds great motivation in facing code challenges and hearing his students scream with joy after deploying.Mexico City
Mike enjoys web technology and explores it every day. He drives enthusiasts and programming beginners, overcoming his fears and insecurities, with plenty of coaching. His motto is #SíLoPuedesAprender. In his spare time, he writes on his blog, he is the father of a family, dances salsa and enjoys connecting with communities and friends around the world.Mexico City
Germán has been teaching people from all backgrounds for 10 years, guiding his students on their transition into the web development field. He's a MERN-stack specialist and has led training at companies such as Mercedes, Ikea and Tragsatec, among others. You'll start his class as a digital consumer and leave as a digital creator.Madrid
Jurgen turns coffee into code, but watch out during the first week of class because he might still be sporting his vacation mustache! He loves people and worships computers — which makes teaching web development a perfect match. He’s worked at a senior level as a front-end developer and enjoys sharing what he has learned during already more than six bootcamps.Amsterdam
Niko was born and raised in Boston and attended Syracuse University. He worked on several major motion pictures before finding his true passion for tech. After coding for several start-ups and companies, he gravitated toward tech education and is particularly interested in the intersection between programming, filmmaking and education.Miami
After playing Poker professionally for some years Jan made a career change and got into software development. He is a certified Computer Scientist for Application Development in Germany and worked as a Fullstack- and Backenddeveloper for startups and as a Freelancer. He loves solving problems with code and explaining difficult concepts.Berlin
When he was eight years old, Antoine received a little Vtech computer. In the guidebook there was a section to code his own questions in BASIC. That’s when Antoine started computer programming. Now Antoine has been a freelance developer for over 14 years. He joined Ironhack to share his passion for learning and computer science with the next generation of developers.Paris
Miguel started working as a software developer in 2006, since then he's been involved in several different projects across different industries and countries. He's developed apps for companies in Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Denmark. When he's not working, he's probably surfing or off discovering new craft beers.Lisbon
Are you looking to transition into a technical career? Ironhack’s Web Development bootcamp is specifically designed to develop your skills to land you a job as a junior developer or get you started in another technical role.
Thinking of launching your own tech company? This coding bootcamp will give you the technical skills to build a minimum viable product (MVP) or manage a technical team.
Take this course to complement your existing skill set and move into more tech-focused roles, such as product management, growth hacking, etc.
If you’ve just graduated from high school or college, this bootcamp is sure to give you the fundamental skills to launch your career in tech or to start your own business.
Gain expertise in frameworks such as Express-back-end and React-front-end
Become adept at version control with Git and GitHub
Increase your knowledge of servers and hosting
Get a grasp on working with databases
Adopt the agile methodology
Ironhack incorporates teaching theory and practice with hard skills. Our coding bootcamps keep pace and accelerate your learning ability to help you achieve your short-term goals and transition to long-term professional growth after graduation and employment.
Strengthen your problem-solving and analytical thinking skills
Exemplify the persistence and attention to detail needed to complete complex projects on tight schedules
Display your creativity with the bootcamp projects
Continuously learn as part of the Ironhack community after graduation
While self-learners gain their knowledge from solitude, we develop your skills by emulating real-world scenarios. Daily pair-programming exercises and collaborations with our other bootcamps, UX/UI and data analytics set you up to work fluidly in the tech jobs you want.
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