The Introduction to Web Development course is a great way to try out coding and see if it’s for you. But the course is more than that; it also serves as the foundation for a Software Guild education. By taking the Introduction to Web Development course, you’re learning skills that prepare you to become a Software Guild apprentice. That’s why we require all prospective apprentices in beginner-level bootcamps to complete the course.
The workplace is becoming increasingly dependent on computer software, mobile apps and online storefronts. To meet this ever-increasing demand, American businesses need skilled developers. Learning a programming language keeps your skills relevant in the modern workforce and can help you move into a better position or make you invaluable to your current employer.
Our online Introduction to Web Development course is a great way to try out programming to see if it’s for you. At The Software Guild, we require all of our prospective apprentices in beginner-level programs (including Java and .NET/C#) to complete this course. The work completed in this course gets all of our apprentices to the same starting point, and projects from the course are reviewed in the first week of the bootcamp.
You’ll learn real-world coding skills in this course designed by Software Guild instructors and, when you’re done, you’ll be ready to become an apprentice.
Learn How to Use GIT
Git is a source control system that enables collaboration and version control on projects that multiple developers are working on. The Git course teaches you the basics of Git, so you have an easy, safe way to keep track of your work.
Learn the Basics of HTML
An important tool for any developer interested in coding for the web, HTML is a markup language used to create webpages. The HTML course teaches you the basics of HTML and webpage design.
Learn How to Style Webpages with CSS
CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, works in tandem with HTML to give developers a tool for creating webpages that are visually pleasing and intuitive for the end user. The CSS course teaches you how to use CSS in conjunction with HTML.
Why The Software Guild?
Our aptitude test ensures that, if you become an apprentice, you have the tools you need to succeed. In addition, all prospective apprentices are required to complete our Introduction to Web Development course so everyone starts the program with the same level of knowledge.
Soft Skills Training
Knowing how to code isn’t enough in the modern workforce. At The Software Guild, you’ll learn how to communicate, think critically and work as part of a team.
Access to Employers
Our network of more than 450 employers is growing every day and gives Guildies an advantage in the job market.
You don’t have to take our word for it. The Software Guild’s metrics and statistics are independently verified by the Council on Integrity in Results Reporting.
Guild for Life
You’ll learn practical, relevant skills that apply outside the classroom, from experienced master instructors in a hands-on setting. No matter where you are in your programming career, The Software Guild has courses to help you develop yourself further.
Verified Data. Verified Results.
The Council on Integrity in Results Reporting (CIRR) is a collective of programming bootcamps cooperating to provide independent verification of results for metrics like graduation rate, job placement and salary information for graduates. The Software Guild is proud to be part of CIRR and provide independent verification of our own metrics.
As a student, you want to know that what we say about our graduation rates, job placement and so forth are true, accurate and up-to-date. CIRR provides certainty that we are delivering what we say we are.
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Tuition & Start Dates
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