Coding Bootcamp Praha

Coding Bootcamp Praha
Type of school:
  • In-Class
Total Cost:
  • PHP
  • Full-stack Developer
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • jQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • Javascript
  • UX
  • React.js
  • SQL
  • React
  • Git
12 weeks
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To all who are considering taking this course:
I started the Bootcamp and didn't finish it, because i got offered a job full time 2 weeks before the demo day. I had to choose, stay till the end or take the job. And i don't regret my decision. I currently work with Java for BackEnd and Javascript for FrontEnd.

— What they teach there is mostly JavaScript and PHP+Laravel. While Javascript is a really good subject to learn, php and laravel is completely useless, the only useful thing was GET, POST methods there and also VMC model in laravel. That is it. In my opinion spending on PHP and Laravel that much time is just a poor program planing, but the main teacher is a PHP developer which explains it.
— Only 1 Week on React.JS, which again, doesn't make sense if this Bootcamp is targeting to make a «ready to work» person.
— Group projects are good, but, it lacks project management. What i mean by that is, i really had troubles because i was always in a group where the person just wants to do things his way. Sure you can change the group, but who can guarantee that this will not repeat again in the next one?
— They dont help you find a job at all. They just pretend that they do, but in the end, it's all up to you.
— No one cares if you passed this bootcamp, got a certificate or both.
— The main teaches is the only one who actually teaches and helps. Others are just giving an assignment or pretending to explain.
— Exams are to easy.

— The overall experience is really good. You learn, struggle and try with people like you.
— When working on a group project, If you get a good group, where you can work together as a team, then the knowledge and experience you gain.
— Besides PHP and Laravel, the program is really good.

If you are the type of person who can't learn by himself(like me) then definitely try it. But be aware, they don't teach you like in school, they just help you learn. Don't get me wrong, they do present with information and topics, but it's not even close to enough. Its just basic things that you MUST know. In the end, if you will not practice or dig deeper into what you learned, then it's just a waste of time.

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