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Full Stack Developer Program

Become a Full Stack Developer in just 6 months with the most complete program on the market.

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Become a Full Stack Developer in 6 months with the most complete program on the market.

Most bootcamps fall short. That’s why we have created a more in-depth program, which allows you to acquire more advanced skills and technologies, and is better adapted to the requirements of the CTOS and the Technical Interviews of job application processes.

We have divided the program into 4 sections: Pre-work, Full Stack Development, Profile and Professional Development, and Advanced Content (for students who want to dive even deeper into the technologies).

πŸ› οΈ Block 1 : PRE-WORK

HTML

Structuring a web site according to best practices and semantically correct elements.

Student Objectives

> Learning the basics of HTML to enable web structuring

βœ… Use of semantic elements to create blocks of information.
βœ…Β  Use of appropriate text elements according to the content.
βœ… Β Use of links to connect websites and other HTML to the page.
βœ… Β Creation of forms with HTML validation to simulate the collection of information.
βœ… Β Created tables to show structured in3ormation.

CSS

Layout of a website with positioning of elements, creation of styles necessary for the creation of modern and responsive interfaces.

Student Objectives

> Learning the basics of CSS that enable web layout

βœ… Use of CSS selectors to apply styles to elements through classes and ids.
βœ… Differentiating between pixels and other types of measurement units in CSS.
βœ… Use of colours and fonts to lay out my text properly.
βœ… Positioning the web elements properly using the box model.
βœ… Creating CSS variables to store colours, dimensions…
βœ… Use of media queries to create a responsive website adapted to mobile, desktop or any device size.
βœ… Positioning of elements and structuring the layout of my website with Flex.

JavaScript Fundamentals

Positioning of elements and structuring of the Programming with the basic concepts using JavaScript. Conditionals, loops, control of constants and variables, handling arrays and objects, use of promises.

Student Objectives

> Use of JavaScript and programming fundamentals

βœ… Creating variables of different types to store data.
βœ… Use of strings to store text and work with some of their methods.
βœ… Use of numbers to store numbers and working with some of their methods.
βœ… Use of booleans to store conditional values and work with some of their methods.
βœ… Use of if…else conditionals to split the flow of code into different paths according to the needs of the code.
βœ… Use of switch conditionals to switch behaviour between different cases in my code.
βœ… Use of for loops to iterate a value between a minimum and a maximum.
βœ… Use of while loops to iterate a value between n times until a boundary condition is met (including do…while).
βœ… Creating functions that store logic for reuse elsewhere in the code or at another time, avoiding repeating code.
βœ… Creating variables using let and const for adaptation to modern JavaScript.
βœ… Use of arrays to store collections of information and iterate over them.
βœ… Use of objects to create complex variables as a dictionary of information.
βœ… Understanding that promises are asynchronous code executed separately from the main thread.

 

JavaScript DOM

Interaction, injection, modification and deletion of browser elements using JavaScript events. Template literals application to simulate components in a React-like style.

Student Objectives

βœ… Selecting HTML elements with JavaScript code.
βœ… Adding events to elements to react to user actions.
βœ… Adding events to the window element to react to user actions with the browser.
βœ… Creating new tags and adding within tags with JavaScript.
βœ… Adding complex elements inside another using tag templates.
βœ… Creation of code that executes on a time-lapse basis through setTimeout and setInterval.
βœ… Getting information from an API by means of the method fetch that exists in the browser.

Vite

Student Objetives

βœ… Creating a new HTML, CSS and JavaScript project with Vite.
βœ… Using the development server to work faster and more efficiently.
βœ… Making a build of a project to create a production version.
βœ… Uploading the project to Netlify for deployment on a public website.

πŸ’Ό Block 3 : Personal Development

Personal Development

Guidance for students to be able to create a successful developer profile on the most popular platforms to find projects. Guidelines for project management, division of responsibilities, evaluation of work and prices, as well as which technologies should be added to their learning map to facilitate their evolution as a freelance developer.

Student Objectives

βœ… Be able to create a developer profile on GitHub and LinkedIn suitable to find projects.
βœ… Learn tools to find projects, and set price and timing expectations.
βœ… Organize the objectives of a project by creating a dashboard and applying agile.
βœ… Masters tools to learn to improve scope as a freelance developers.

πŸš€ BLOCK 4: Advanced Content

React with Typescript

Student Objectives

βœ… Navegation- React Router: SPU
βœ… Using React Hook Form to create dynamic and optimized forms in React
βœ… Styled libraries
βœ… Using custom hooks to abstract repetitive logic in React components or to create utilities that work with the lifecycle of the components
βœ… Use of React.memo to memoize components and avoid excessive rendering
βœ… Performance improvement
βœ… Use of UseMemo and UseCallback.

API Rest with Typescript

Student Objectives

βœ… Dfferentiation between GET, POST, PUT and DELETE API methods
βœ… Knowledge of the use of callbacks and understanding of their function
βœ… Preparation of a project folder for the launching of an Express server
βœ… Creation of a router in Express for the collection of requests from a client to a personal server
βœ… Knowledge of the status codes of an HTTP request (200, 201, 404…)
βœ… Use of the parameters of Query (query params) for the sending ofΒ  additional information to a request of type GET
Use of URL parameters (url params) for the creation of subroutines and the sending of additional information to the request
βœ… Use of ThunderClient to make requests to a server, simulating a client
βœ… Launching POST requests to a server and sending a Body to store information in a database
βœ… Launching PUT requests to a server and sending a Body to edit informjtion in a database
βœ… Launching DELETE requests to a server and sending a Body to delete informjtion from a database
βœ… Configuration of the necessary middlewares to control not found routes and general errors on a server
βœ… Connecting servers to a database of and type and use with it
βœ… Creation of an authentication system using JSON Web Tokens
βœ… Creation of user registration and authentication systems in servers and databases
βœ… Configuration of server environment variables to upload secret information not suitable for Github or for making public
βœ… Enabling the upload of images to a server using specific paths
βœ… Knowledge of best practices and architectures to make the Express server well configured and maintainable.

Next JS

Student Objectives

Full Stack Framework based on React to not onl! create interfaces, but complete applications with their own dedicated Node server (JavaScript on server). Knowledge of how to boost SEO, speed and overall quality of projects.

βœ… Knowledge of the recommended structure for a Next project
βœ… Knowledge of the concept of static routes in Next through pages
βœ… Knowledge of the concept of d!namic routes in Next through pages
βœ… Use of Server Side Rendering to create pages on a server
βœ… Use of Static Site Generation to create pages when building a project
βœ… Use of the Incremental Static Regeneration concept to create static pages that are regenerated as if they were dynamic pages
βœ…Β  Creating internal API paths in personal projects in Next as an alternative to creating a backend directly
βœ… Using SWR to load data without using useState or useEffect and better control of the frontend
βœ… Creation of an API mock with JSON Server to simulate a real external database or API
βœ… Knowledge and application of some special Next components such as Head, Image or Link

React Native

Student Objectives

βœ… Understand the structure and syntax of React Native
βœ… Create components and use them
βœ… Handling Props and JSX+ Using UseState and UseEffect to create applications
βœ… Navigation – React Navigation: SPA
βœ… Integration with APIs using Axios
βœ… Creating database-driven applications using Firebase
βœ… Using Redux to manage the state of the application
βœ…Β  Creating animations with React Native
βœ… Developing a complete application in React Native with multiple screens and an attractive user interface

Angular

Student Objectives

βœ… Understanding the MVC design pattern and its implementation in Angular
βœ… Creating custom components
βœ… Implementing custom services and directives in Angular
βœ… Using routing to create SPA
βœ… Applying unit and integration tests
βœ… Creating applications with Angular Materia+
βœ… Creating animations with Angular
βœ… Integration with APIs using HttpClient
βœ… Creating applications with Angular Universal
βœ…Β  Creating applications with Angular in PWA mode

Ionic

Student Objectives

βœ… Creation of cross-platform mobile applications with Ionic
βœ… Knowledge of native and custom Ionic components
βœ… Creation of database-driven applications using Firebase
βœ… Use of plugins and advanced features of Ionic
βœ… Integration with APIs using HttpClient and other Ionic tools
βœ… Implementation of authentication and authorization in Ionic applications
βœ… Deployment of Ionic applications on mobile devices and in the cloud

VUE

Student Objectives

βœ… Understand how the library works
βœ… Create components and use them
βœ… Handling of Props and JSX. Use of UseState and UseEffect to create applications
βœ… Navigation – Vue Router: SPA
βœ…Β  Using Vue to manage the state of the application
βœ… Creating applications with Vue Material
βœ… Creating animations with Vue
βœ… Integration with APIs using Axios
βœ… Creating applications with Vue in PWA mode.

Flutter

Student Objectives

βœ… Understand the basics of Dart, the programming language used to code Flutter applications
βœ… Become familiar with Flutter widgets and design tools
βœ… Create a basic Flutter application
βœ… Learn how to use Firebase services and APIs in a Flutter application
βœ…Β  Use the camera and geolocation tools of a device in a Flutter application
βœ…Β  Use the Flutter notification library to send and receive push notifications
βœ… Develop a complete Flutter application with multiple screens and an attractive user interface.

πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ’» Block 2 : FullStack Developer

Advance JavaScript

Student Objectives

βœ… Use of ternary instead of simple conditionals. Mastering array methods
βœ… Optional chaining to access properties and objects when some value may be null or undefined
βœ… Use of null coalescing as an alternative to filtering only. Application of Math methods for calculations with numbers and decimals
βœ… Knowledge of advanced string methods for handling all kinds of cases with text
βœ… Working with objects in an advanced way, creating arrays through their keys and values
βœ… Use of the spread and rest operator in objects
βœ… Using the spread and rest operator on arrays
βœ… Working with promises through async/await to make my code more readable
βœ… Clousures and Hoisting concept. Defining prototypes. Axios.
βœ… Local Storage & Session Storage as web storage objects localStorage and sessionStorage to allow storing key/value pairs in the browser
βœ… Cookies concept
βœ… Learning Cross Origin is the word used to refer to the type of requests that are made to a domain, different from the origin domain from which the request is made.

Advance Javascript DOM

Student Objectives

βœ… Β High level component management. Creation of applications under SPA
βœ… Β Reuse of native components between applications
βœ… Β Resource loading
βœ… Β ntersection observer

Asynchronous Javascript

Student Objectives

βœ… Fluent asynchronous Javascript and asynchronous applications
βœ… Methods to handle advanced asynchrony

Typescript

Student Objectives

βœ… Annotations
βœ… Interfaces & Types
βœ… Functions
βœ… Generics and Type Matching
βœ… Object Typing and Global Objects

Devtools

Student Objectives

βœ… Use of element inspection tools to identify design and code problems
βœ… Debug JavaScript code using the devtools console
βœ… Improve page performance using the load and performance analysis tools
βœ… Use the security audit tool to ensure that the page is safe for the user

VsCode

Student Objectives

βœ… Efficient use of the code editor
βœ… Effective use of keyboard shortcuts and VSCode functionalities
βœ… Interface customization and extensions configuration
βœ… Proficient file and project management
βœ… Implementation of snippets to increase productivityΒ 

GIT

Student Objectives

βœ… Advanced knowledge of Git and the Git command line
βœ… Proficiency in Git Flow best practices for teamwork and project collaboration
βœ… Effective use of Git branches to manage and organize project workflow
βœ… Understanding the merge and rebase process to integrate changes between branches
βœ… Knowledge of Git tools such as GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, among others, to work on team software projects

React Basics e Intermediate

Student Objectives

βœ… Understanding how the library works
βœ… Creating components and using them
βœ… Use of Props and JSX
βœ… Use of UseState and UseEffect to create applicationsNavigation βœ… React Router: SPA
βœ… Using React Hook Form to create dynamic and optimized forms in React
βœ… Styled libraries
βœ… Using custom hooks when needed to abstract repetitive logic in React components or creating utilities that work with the lifecycle of the components
βœ… Use of ReactMemo to memoize components and avoid excessive rendering
βœ… Performance improvement
βœ… Use of UseMemo and UseCallback

Node

Student Objectives

βœ… Redding files and archives using the FS Library
βœ… Writing files and archives using the FS library Reading , JSON file and converting its content to CSV.

MongoDB

Student Objectives

βœ… Creating collections and items through objects in JavaScript
βœ… Reading documents from a MongoDB collection with the various mongoose methods
βœ… General and specific deletion of documents from collections
βœ… Updating collection items in a general and specific way
βœ… Relating items to each other through the MongoDB _id field
βœ… Creating a data Seed to be able to restart , development database whenever needed

API Rest

Student Objectives

βœ… Differentiation between GET, POST, PUT and DELETE API methods
βœ… Knowledge of the use of callbacks and understanding of their function
βœ… Preparation of a project folder for launching an Express server βœ… Creation of a router in Express for the collection of requests from a client to a server
βœ… Knowledge of the status codes of an HTTP request (200, 201, 404…)
βœ…Β  Use of the parameters of Query (query params) for the sending of additional information to a request of type GET
βœ… Use of URL parameters (url params) for the creation of subroutines and the sending of additional information to the request
βœ… Use of ThunderClient to make requests to my server simulating a client
βœ… Launching POST requests to a server and sending a Body to store information in a database
βœ… Launching PUT requests to a server and sending a Body to edit information in a database.
βœ… Launching DELETE requests to a server and sending a Body to delete information from a database
βœ… Configuration of the necessary middlewares to control not found routes and general errors on a server
βœ… Connecting servers to a database of any type and use of the database
βœ… Creation of an authentication system using JSON Web Tokens
βœ… Creation of user registration and authentication systems in servers and databases
βœ… Configuration of a server’s environment variables to upload secret information not sutible to Github or to making public
βœ… Enabling the upload of images to a server using specific paths
βœ… Anowledge of best practices and architectures so that the Express server is well configured and maintainable.

Web Scrapping

Student Objectives

βœ… Using advanced selectors to search for elements within the DOM tree
βœ… Installing puppeteer in Node projects to open a Chromium instance and navigate in an automated way
βœ… Automated navigation to a page and triggering events using puppeteer
βœ… Gathering information from the HTML of a web page with puppeteer and using it in a a Node code
βœ… Saving the structured information in my own database

Auth JTWT
CI | CD

Student Objectives

> Netlify

βœ… Using Netlify to deploy JavaScript projects
βœ… Using Netlify to deploy React projects.

> Vercel

βœ… Using Vercel to deploy projects in Next

> Mongo Atlas

βœ… Use Mongo Atlas to deploy MongoDB databases

> Fly

βœ… Using Fly to deploy PostgreSQL databases
βœ… Using Fly to deployExpress servers

> Render

βœ… Using Render to deploy projects inExpress

> Github Action

βœ… Using a Github Action to automate the deployment of an API in Express in Fly
βœ… Use of a Github Action to automate the testing of a Pull Request
βœ… Creation of a Github Action that deploys the code only when the tests have passed and the uild of a project has een done successfully.

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FAQs

Why should I study to become a web developer?

Did you know that programming is one of the most in-demand hard skills today? If you become a web developer, you are multiplying your opportunities and joining a completely new career trajectory!

Do I need any prior knowledge or fulfill any other requirements?

Definitely not! You can learn to become a developer and successfully finish the program with zero prior knowledge. You’ll learn from real-world practitioners that induct you step-by-step, so that you develop the skills you need to start your tech career path and apply what you learned from day 1.

All you need is to be motivated and show the passion to learn.

 

If I already know how to program... What can I learn in this program?

Much more than you might think. At the end of the day, today you could know everything there is to know about web development, and tomorrow already be out of date. This sector changes at a lightning pace, and that’s why it’s so important to keep learning day-to-day. On top of that, with our program you’ll learn directly from practitioners that can prepare you for the challenges you will encounter for real in a company.

How is it possible to become a full stack developer in just 6 months?

This program consists of more than 900 hours of up-to-date content, 100 hours of video content un 800 hours of personal practice exercises. To become a Full Stack Developer in justΒ 6 months, you’ll need toΒ COMMITMENTΒ andΒ DEDICATION, so you’ll need aboutΒ 5 to 7 hours dailyΒ for RockTheCode.Β 

Do you want to do the program but don’t have this kind of time? No worries. Thanks to ourΒ flexible and 100% online methodologyΒ you can go at your own pace and do the program in 12 months instead.

What are my opportunities after the program?

The most common next step is as a full-stack web developer, one of the most in-demand professions for companies. Nonetheless, depending on your experience and interests, the skills you’ll learn can help you to complement and strengthen your profile and maximize your opportunities.

What results do I have to bring to finish the program successfully?

To make sure that you have understood the concepts that we explain in the classes and webinars, at the end of each of the blocks you will have to take a test. This will serve as a training tool to internalize the concepts you have learned.

To obtain the certification it is essential that you complete and pass 100% of the tests. But don’t worry, if you don’t pass the tests the first time, you will have as many opportunities as you need to try again until you do.Β 

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Will I receive an official title?

All our finishers receive their certificate, but it is not official. Our programs are not accredited, nor do we want them to be.

For years we have been told that “to get to the top” you need an official master’s degree.
Maybe this statement was true 10 years ago, but today this idea is more than obsolete.
Approved masters have to adhere to curricula that make you lose flexibility in learning. That is why we never wanted our programs to be accredited. We update the content monthly, because one of our key commitments to our students is that what they learn with us always up to date.

Why do we make the commitment that you will get a job in tech sector?

We believe that in 20 years coding will be as important as knowing English. More than anything because according to Infojobs data, being a Full Stack Developer is one of the most in-demand profiles and one of the most promising ones.

  • 95% of students have a new job within 12 months
  • After completing a full-stack web development program, the average salary increases by 280%.
  • In Europe alone, the labor market is missing some 500.000 developers.

That is why we believe that it is time to train the best profiles and offer companies professionals that have technology skills that are most in demand.

Plus, we believe so much in this program and its professional opportunities that we have decided to do everything we can to help you find your first work experience in the technology sector.

  1. Give you the possibility to pay for the program once you have found a job.
  2. Access to the best Hackathons, key events for both companies and programmers where collaborative work is encouraged to develop software or hardware that allows organizations to innovate and hunt for talent.
  3. Professional mentoring to prepare you for interviews and pass them successfully.
  4. Access to our job board where more than 500 collaborating companies participate.
Why has our program been created by current practitioners?

One of the most important things that we have always thought is fundamental when learning is to DIVE INTO THE DETAIL.
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That’s why when we decided to launch this program, the only thing we had clear is that it had to be done by practitioners that are active today. Because there is no one who knows better what it takes to work as a Full Stack Developer than one of them.