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Hi! Welcome to the Web Developer Bootcamp, the only course you need to learn web development. There are a lot of options for online developer training, but this course is without a doubt the most comprehensive and effective on the market. Here's why:
When you're learning to program you often have to sacrifice learning the exciting and current technologies in favor of the "beginner friendly" classes. With this course, you get the best of both worlds. This is a course designed for the complete beginner, yet it covers some of the most exciting and relevant topics in the industry.
Throughout the course we cover tons of tools and technologies including:
This course is also unique in the way that it is structured and presented. Many online courses are just a long series of "watch as I code" videos. This course is different. I've incorporated everything I learned in my years of teaching to make this course not only more effective but more engaging. The course includes:
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. I got into this industry because I love working with people and helping students learn. Sign up today and see how fun, exciting, and rewarding web development can be!
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|Section 1: Introduction to this Course|
A Note On Asking For Help
Introducing Our TA
Our Class Chat Room
Why This Course?Preview
|Section 2: Introduction to Front End Development|
Setting Up Front-End Developer Environment
Introduction to the Web
Special thanks to James Gould for pointing it out!
|Section 3: Introduction to HTML|
Introduction to MDN
HTML Boilerplate and Comments
HTML Lists Assignment
HTML Lists Assignment: SOLUTION
Divs and Spans
Recreate Webpage Assignment
Recreate Webpage Assignment: SOLUTION
|Section 4: Intermediate HTML|
Tables Pokemon Exercise
Tables Pokemon Exercise: SOLUTION
Introduction to Forms
Playing with Inputs
The Form Tag
Dropdowns and Radio Buttons
Note: At the 12 minute and 15 second mark of the following Form Exercise SOLUTION video, there are two typos. Where the second and third select menus say "month=..." it should actually say "name=...", like the first select menu. So the code should be as follows:
Form Exercise: SOLUTION
|Section 5: Introduction to CSS|
Our First Stylesheet
Background and Border
Selectors Basics Todo List
Introduction to Chrome Inspector
More Advanced Selectors
Specificity and the Cascade
Note about Selectors Practice Exercise
Selectors Practice Exercise
Selectors Practice Exercise: SOLUTION
|Section 6: Intermediate CSS|
Text and Fonts
More Text and Fonts
Using Google Fonts
Introduction to the Box Model
Creating a Tic Tac Toe Board
Creating a Tic Tac Toe Board: SOLUTION
Image Gallery Code Along Pt. 1
Image Gallery Code Along Pt. 2
CSS Blog From Scratch Exercise IntroPreview
CSS Blog From Scratch Exercise SOLUTION Pt. 1
CSS Blog From Scratch Exercise SOLUTION Pt. 2
CSS Blog From Scratch Exercise SOLUTION Pt. 3
|Section 7: Bootstrap|
What is Bootstrap?
Adding Bootstrap to a Project
Forms and Inputs
The Grid System
Grid System Pt. 2
Note about finding image source url from unsplash.com
Bootstrap Image Gallery Pt. 1
Note about Font-awesome
Bootstrap Image Gallery Pt. 2
Creating a Startup Landing Page Code Along
Creating a Startup Landing Page Code Along Pt. 2
Note about making bootstrap responsive on mobile devices
Null and Undefined
Useful Built-In Methods
JS Stalker Exercise
JS Stalker Exercise: SOLUTION
Age Calculator Exercise
Age Calculator Exercise: SOLUTION
Conditionals Exercise SOLUTION
Hi! I'm Colt. I'm a web developer with a serious love for teaching. I've spent the last few years teaching people to program at 2 different immersive bootcamps where I've helped hundreds of people become web developers and change their lives. My graduates work at companies like Google, Salesforce, and Square.
Most recently, I led Galvanize's SF's 6 month immersive program as Lead Instructor and Curriculum Director. After graduating my class, 94% of my students went on to receive full-time developer roles. I now work at Udacity as a Senior Course Developer on the web development team where I get to reach thousands of students daily.
I've spent years figuring out the "formula" to turn someone into a developer. I've distilled all my expertise into this course, the online equivalent of my in-person programming bootcamps. I'm really excited to finally share it with you. I can confidently say that it is without a doubt the most comprehensive course on the market.
Join me on this crazy adventure!