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Toronto Full-Stack Development Course

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Overview

A 48-hour, eight-week part-time course that will enrich your front-end knowledge with key back-end development concepts.

IMMERSIVE CLASSROOM

This course is made for developers and designers committed to doing what it takes to level up. Through six-hours of weekly lessons, you’ll able to really dig in and explore complex concepts every class. Lessons are supplemented by mentored office hours once a week. We’ve perfected the course schedule to ensure an engaging and intensive experience that can be balanced with a full-time job.

THE BACK-END INTRODUCTION YOU NEED

We believe in learning through exercises and by creating awesome projects. From scope outline to deployment, your in-class learning will be focused on the creation of a single-page web application.

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HackerYou Alumni receive a $250 discount on this course.

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Prices go up April 30th!

Continuing Education

Full-Stack Masterclass

After reviewing React concepts, each week you’ll cover back-end concepts as you continue to build your project. Topics include Node and Express, MongoDB and Mongoose, validation and querying, routing and advanced models, and - of course - deployment. In addition to your weekly classes, you’ll have office hour sessions for supported project work time. At the end of this course, you’ll have a polished skillset and your first rich full-stack application

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48 hours over 8 weeks

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$2,000 plus HST

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What You'll Learn

Below are a few of the technical topics covered in Full-Stack Masterclass.

  • Advanced ES6 features
  • Functional Programming Concepts
  • MongoDB and Mongoose
  • NodeJS
  • Express
  • Deploying full-stack applications
  • Build tools including Webpack and Gulp
  • Architecting data-driven applications
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    Git

    Git is an open source version control system

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    Gulp

    A toolkit that helps automate and optimize our development workflow

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    JavaScript

    A client-side programming language that controls the behaviour of websites

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    React

    A JavaScript library for building user interfaces

Full-Stack Masterclass Course Syllabus

Download our Full-Stack Masterclass Syllabus to get a full lesson-by-lesson look at what you'll learn and a preview of the project you'll create in this course.

Example Projects

Instructors

Meet your Full-Stack Masterclass Instructors!

Simon Bloom

Simon Bloom

Web Application Developer - TWG

Simon is a developer, writer, and instructor. He currently works as a Web Application Developer at TWG and Lead Instructor at HackerYou. He is incredibly passionate about teaching web development, and loves helping students get excited about building beautiful web projects. Recently, his writing was featured on the website CSS-Tricks.

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Michael Perotte

Michael Perotte

Instructor, Full-Stack Masterclass

    Jordan Deutsch

    Jordan Deutsch

    Lead Instructor, Web Development + JavaScript

    Jordan is a web developer and co-founder of Up at Five, a digital studio based in Toronto. Jordan is constantly seeking new ways to foster a more holistic understanding and approach to the web. When she is not behind a computer screen she loves to share her enthusiasm for programming with others with the idea that everyone can create and share the internet.

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    Full-Stack Masterclass FAQs

    Can I sign up for Full-Stack Masterclass after taking the Con-Ed Web Development and JavaScript courses?

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    I’m a Front-End Web Developer looking to level up. What will Full Stack Masterclass do for my career?

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