Learn how to use your terminal to efficiently manipulate data and automate tasks.
Build a foundation for frontend development by learning HTML tags, elements, attributes, input types, and CSS styling and formatting.
Learn the canonical version control system and software that you'll use for all of your code.
Learn the syntax, variables, loops, conditionals, functions, data structures, advanced concepts, and best practices for frontend programming.
Learn object-oriented programming, basic programming mechanisms, and best practices for backend programming.
Go beyond basic HTML and CSS: learn to use CSS transitions, animation, and responsive CSS with media queries.
Learn how to use command line and industry-standard tools like Sublime Text, Git, GitHub, and Heroku.
Learn programming fundamentals and the Ruby programming language.
Build your own version of Reddit.com as you learn the core concepts of web development with Rails.
Learn how to implement common data structures and calculate the impact of using different data structures.
Learn how to solve common problems with algorithms and how to analyze the complexity of an algorithm.
Learn advanced database management and SQL.
Learn how a web framework like Rails works under the hood by building your own framework from scratch.
The Bloc Career Support Program is a holistic collection of curricula and services reserved for Software Developer Track students, designed to prepare you for the technical recruiting process and conduct a successful job search. Your Mentor will carefully review your resume and cover letter, lead mock phone screens, and conduct practice interviews so you can handle real technical interviews with confidence.
Call (404) 480-2562 to talk with a Student Advisor now.