The .NET Bootcamp is a program for students to learn about full stack web development using C# and .NET Core. Our curriculum is a 12-week coding bootcamp that combines hands-on lectures and workshops. Students will develop a project from design to deployment while applying the tools, concepts, and processes desired by high-tech employers. Come learn the most loved web framework according to Stack Overflow's 2020 Developer Survey.
Our technical curriculum focuses on full stack web development using the .NET Core framework. Students work in teams on projects they propose, design, and implement. Our teachers supervise each team's work, provide feedback, introduce the software development life cycle and best practices, and perform code reviews. The course is a 12 week program consisting of a 2.5 hour class with a mix of lecture and workshops each week. Students are expected to complete additional coding assignments and projects outside of class hours.
Students will be expected to complete a self-led assignment of learning the fundamentals of C#, HTML, and CSS via codecademy.
Students will have learned fundamental knowledge of developing a full stack ASP.NET Core web application. They will have multiple individual project artifacts to showcase in their GitHub profile as well as their group project.
This course is designed for students who already have a fundamental understanding of programming in an object oriented programming language. We will teach you C#, the .NET framework, and HTML.
The course is completely free and is taught by passionate volunteers in the industry.
This course is currently only being offered as an online course. We have plans to eventually hold this program in-person.
Unfortunately, no. Our program is not accredited with any college or university, and we are not associated with Microsoft for certification.
Yes. Students are expected to have fundamental knowledge of object oriented programming languages such as Python, Java, or C++. Students will take a pre-course self-led assignment of learning the fundamentals of C#, HTML, and CSS via codecademy.
At this time, no. We have plans to build an employer network and a professional development course to assist students with their job search.