Go Through a Premium Coding Bootcamp without Paying a Single Cent. Not Now. Not Ever.

I do not know about you but some things should be FREE. Education is one of those things. And a coding bootcamp is a form of education, hence it should be free! Simple right? There is a ONE catch...You must get accepted into the program. It's not easy to get accepted but it is possible if you are serious and commited to improving your life.

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Full-Stack Web Development Curriculum

This bootcamp will use a hybrid curriculum consisting of our very own curriculum and the Odin Project's curriculum.

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Qualified Instructor

Hi I am Avan. I a software developer, coding tutor, mentor and teacher. I have a computer science degree, went through a paid coding bootcamp and worked as a Java developer for about 2 years.

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Get Job Ready

The goal of the coding bootcamp is to get your hired as a web developer. That's it.

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Support

You won't be alone in your learning. There will be daily live instructions via zoom. Additionally, we will have our own dedicated slack channel and a coding Q&A category on AskAvan.com.

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Web Developer Job Statistics

Job prospects for web developers should continue to be favorable through to 2024 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There were 148,500 positions in 2014. This figure should grow by 27% by 2024 to about 188,000 positions. This growth rate is higher than other computer occupations, which is 12%. And when looking at all jobs across the U.S., the figure is only 7%. All of this considered, it is very lucrative to be a web developer.

The Coding Bootcamp Application Process

The process is incredibly simple.

Coding Bootcamp Overview

Becoming a coding developer entails more than just aquiring coding knowledge. It's about thinking and understanding how to learn like a professional developer. The Free Coding Bootcamp instrutor (Avan) will help you understand complex coding concepts by not just simplying everything into it's simplest form but by helping you to focus on the most important components hence reducing the risk of getting overwelmed and everntually burned out.

In this 100% online & free coding bootcamp you will accomplish what you couldn't do on your own and the best part is you can do it for FREE. There is simply no substitute for learning within a co-hort and with a live instructor. You will always feel part of a supportive community that shares a common goal.

The free coding bootcamp (partially) utilizes the curriculum provided by the odin project (theodinproject.com). This will provide the incredibly added benefit of doubling the support community. Find and get twice the help when you get stuck!

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Upcoming Coding Bootcamp Dates

I am excited to announce that our second free bootcamp co-hort is starting soon.

Each Bootcamp is 9-16 Weeks Long (Goal is 12 Weeks)
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Friday May 1st, 2020
CLOSED

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Tuesday September 1st, 2020

STARTING SOON!

Aplication Deadline is 31 August, 2020

Q&A

How do you make money? How is it free?

Making money through this bootcamp is not the primary focus. My main goal is to teach well and to help others land a web development job upon completion. This goal might change in the future but for now it's your gain!

Is this an online or on-site bootcamp?

This is a 100% online bootcamp. No in-person attendance will be required.

Do you use pre-recorded lectures to teach?

Absolutley not. If that was the case there would be little difference between this program and any online web-development course.

It's important that this bootcamp sticks to live sessions.

What is the time Commitment?

There will be daily (Monday-Friday) two hour live sessions. However you are expected to put in at two addidtional hours per day on your own. Obviously, the more time you put in the better results you can expect coming out of this bootcamp.

Is there a pass or fail?

There is no pass or fail per se. However you can get expelled from the program if you don't attent at least 80% of the live sessions or don't complete at least 80% of the course work. I don't want to waste anybody's time and I expect the same from my students :)

What exactly will I be learning?

We will go over the follwong topics:

  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript/jQuery
  • Git/Github
  • ES6/Modules/Webpack
  • Asynchronicity
  • React.js
  • Backend as a Service (BaaS)
  • Node.js / Express
  • Mongo DB
  • Bootstrap
However, no guarantees can be made that we will stick to all of these topics.

The Curriculum