Front End engineers work close to the actual user of the software. Many Front End developers have an interest in visual design, but it is not a design discipline.
Back End engineers work close to the data and how that data moves, changes, and grows over time. A Back End engineer can build a fully-functioning web application, but the majority of their work is all the parts of an application you don't see.
In this program, students focus on building "server-side" applications. They learn to write Ruby, leverage the Ruby on Rails framework, and work with SQL databases.APPly Now
Launch is the program designed for young career starters. After 8 years of learnings, we created this longer, 9 month program specifically designed to guide these younger professionals (18-26) into the workforce with a heavy emphasis on professional development.
The program will be 4 days per week instead of 5, allowing the students to hold part time work. Graduates will be enterprise-ready C#/.NET software developers.APPly Now
Cohorts for both full-time programs begin approximately every 7 weeks. We suggest applying sooner rather than later to ensure you get a spot in the cohort of your choice. Space is limited so that we can maintain an ideal instructor-to-student ratio, and some cohorts fill up before the suggested application deadline!