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Dive into Web Development

15-Week Front-End Dev Bootcamp


April 2 – July 15 2019

What You Will Learn


By the industry, for the industry


Top Front-End Developer Mentors


A schedule built for working professionals


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Who is a Front End Developer?

You don’t have to be a computer whiz to code and you certainly don’t need a degree in tech to take this Front-End Development course. Developers come from all different backgrounds, and a degree in anything from business and advertising, to technology and design is a valuable asset. As long as you understand the basic concept of coding and you have a desire to create, this programming course is for you.

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How the Web Works

Go behind the scenes and learn about the programming languages that shape the web.

Browser Basics

Dive into different webs browsers, their underlying systems, the features they support, and how they behave across different devices.

Displaying Content With HTML/CSS

No templates here. Learn the basics of HTML and CSS, and how they fit into a website by focusing on accessibility, page layouts, and technical considerations.

Coding in JavaScript

Bring pages to life and build dynamic interactions with a solid understanding of JavaScript-based development. You’ll also learn how to think critically in order to troubleshoot and solve problems.

Introduction to the Back-End

Understand the basics of the back-end in order to complement your front-end training.

Design Fundamentals

Get up to speed on design tools and techniques used in the working world through the production of a single page application.

Building a Portfolio

Prepare a portfolio by exploring layouts, defining scope, creating estimates, and architecting your website.

Perfecting Your Presentation Skills

Improve your overall communication skills through practice sessions and professional presentations.

Career Guidance

Prepare for a career in web development with guidance on the working world.

Weekly Schedule

The bootcamp will run for 15 weeks from April 2nd – July 15th 2019
Application Deadline is March 1st 2019




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Program Director

“Building websites that people use and depend on is truly an exciting experience. A career as a front-end developer opens doors to so many different industries, and the demand only keeps growing. The Front-end Development Bootcamp has been created to provide all the tools needed to become a proficient coder, as well as the skills and context to work other roles in the creative and tech space.”

Kristen Nakamura

Experience Developer, SapientRazorfish

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“The hallmark of a great front end developer is the ability to constantly evolve. Front end development is so much more than writing code and, as a result, front end developers are always learning new skills and adding tools to their toolbelt. The front end bootcamp can help you learn the tools, acquire the skills, and grow a strong foundation for a lifelong career in web development.”

Mike Quattrin

Senior Experience Developer, SapientRazorfish

“Development today is about much more than just coding – the strongest developers I’ve worked with have an eye for visual design, and care deeply about both the form and flow of their code for the end user. In addition to basic development principles, this course supports understanding how to deliver superior visual experiences – which is so valuable in the ad & tech industries.”

Chad Borlase

Group Creative Director, Creative Lead, SapientRazorfish

“The world of development is constantly shifting and changing. Front-end developers need to be endlessly curious, solution-oriented, and most importantly, have an insatiable desire to use technology to better the world around them. This course is a fantastic way to start that journey!”

Alison Walden

Director of Technology, SapientRazorfish

“Everyone I know that has taken the leap to learn front end development basics has drank the cool aid and never looked back. They did not necessarily change jobs, but they changed the way they are doing their jobs; introduced agile practices, developed more empathy for users, better understanding of systems and design patterns as well as the skills required to be a truly self-sufficient creative.”

Vassilios Alexiou

Executive Experience Director, HUGE inc.


Tuition for the Front End Development Bootcamp is $6,500 and is due one week prior to the beginning of classes, as well as a $100 application fee. Scholarships and payment plans are available.  Contact for details.


Ontario will compensate independent businesses between 70-85% of tuition costs – meaning you’ll only pay $975-$1950 for 16 weeks of training! (This grant is only available to businesses training employees – contact for more information).


Applicants are accepted on the basis of an interview, references and an appraisal of their application.

  • Enrolment Contract.
  • Current Resume demonstrating your experience.
  • Creative exercise to complete.
  • One original letter of recommendation from professional or academic reference.
  • A copy of two valid forms of ID – drivers license, passport, birth certificate or PR Card.
  • A copy of the highest diploma achieved or official transcript from the school last attended.
  • Administrative fee of $100.

Please contact our Admissions Director to see if you are eligible by sending a copy of your most updated resume (or LinkedIn profile). Note: the program is capped at 20 students.

Shoot an email to to learn how to apply.


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