Summer Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp

Our Summer Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp is a slightly condensed version of our full Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp, hosted at SUNY Ulster (Stone Ridge & Kingston Campuses) and consisting of 5 courses. Each course can be taken separately based on your previous experience. Taken altogether these courses will provide a solid foundation in website development and the holistic business perspective one needs to implement a truly effective online business strategy, for your own business or for clients. 

Curriculum:

Website Development - Part I

Students are provided with a hands-on introduction to the universal architecture of the web. This course covers website construction with HTML5 and CSS, design and usability concepts, website hosting and administration. Students will learn how to build a simple, professional-class website.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, February 25, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
Cottekill Road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Feb 25, Mar 4, Mar 18, Mar 25, Apr 1

Website Development - Part II

In this course, students will extend their knowledge of HTML5 & CSS in building multipage websites.Students will explore CSS strategies for managing multi-column layout, responsive design principles, CSS drop-down menus, tables, forms, multimedia. 

Prerequisite: 

Website Development - Part I or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved).

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, April 8, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
Cottekill Road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22, Apr 29, May 6

Intro to JavaScript / jQuery

This course is designed for JavaScript novices who have little or no experience with the language. Students will learn the structure of JavaScript - variables, scope, control flow, functions. Students will create code that interacts with DOM and adds interactive behavior to a website. The course will discuss best practices and introduce jQuery – a widely used JavaScript library.

Prerequisite: 

Knowledge of HTML and CSS or Website Development - Part I. In order to work with jQuery, you should be aware of the basics of JavaScript, HTML and CSS.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
94 Mary's Ave
Kingston, NY 12401
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Feb 21, Feb 28, Mar 7, Mar 14, Mar 21

Website Development - Part III

Building Blocks of Dynamic Websites

Students will discover the power of dynamic website coding with an introductory examination of PHP and MySQL. In this course, students will implement basic dynamic functions with PHP, and will hand-code a simple PHP-MySQL application to produce a dynamically-generated blog page. Students will examine similarities between their application and open source Content Management Systems like WordPress, and use what they learned to migrate an existing WordPress website.

Prerequisite: 

Learn to Build a Website – Part II or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved)

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, May 13, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
491 Cottekill Rd
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
May 13, May 20, Jun 3, Jun 10, Jun 17

Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp

Fast Web Dev Bootcamp is the only Hudson Valley Webdev boot camp providing real world skills essential and rounded experience in the modern website development.

It is hosted bySUNY Ulster (Kingston Campus) and consists of 6 courses. Each course can be taken separately based on your previous experience. Taken altogether these courses will provide a solid foundation in website development and the holistic business perspective one needs to implement a truly effective online business strategy, for your own business or for clients. 

Curriculum:

Website Planning: Objectives, Information Architecture, UX

Business Objectives, User Experience and Information Architecture. 

This course will teach how to define and distinquish Business Objectives and Website Goals, User Case and User Story, Wireframes and Information Architecture. In this course, students will learn how to define and plan their website for the optimal conversion to the business goals. This course covers: Conversions and Call to Actions, Content structure, website building blocks and Information Architecture, User centric web development, User Case, User Story, User Journey. Why and when you need to set up your Online marketing strategy, what is the difference between mockups and wireframes, and where to start with your process > how to improve it.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

This course is not currently scheduled. Please sign up if you want to get this course soon.

Website Development - Part I

Students are provided with a hands-on introduction to the universal architecture of the web. This course covers website construction with HTML5 and CSS, design and usability concepts, website hosting and administration. Students will learn how to build a simple, professional-class website.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, February 25, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
Cottekill Road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Feb 25, Mar 4, Mar 18, Mar 25, Apr 1

Website Development - Part II

In this course, students will extend their knowledge of HTML5 & CSS in building multipage websites.Students will explore CSS strategies for managing multi-column layout, responsive design principles, CSS drop-down menus, tables, forms, multimedia. 

Prerequisite: 

Website Development - Part I or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved).

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, April 8, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
Cottekill Road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22, Apr 29, May 6

Website Optimization with Google for Maximum Success

This course examines the interplay between clear business messaging and search engine optimization. Principles covered include: Niche Service, Location, Speed, Proper Website Structure, Blogs, Target Keywords, Tags, Metadata, Google Analytics basics, Google Search Console basics, AdWords basics, Tips and Tricks.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
94 Mary's Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Mar 21, Mar 28, Apr 4, Apr 11

Intro to JavaScript / jQuery

This course is designed for JavaScript novices who have little or no experience with the language. Students will learn the structure of JavaScript - variables, scope, control flow, functions. Students will create code that interacts with DOM and adds interactive behavior to a website. The course will discuss best practices and introduce jQuery – a widely used JavaScript library.

Prerequisite: 

Knowledge of HTML and CSS or Website Development - Part I. In order to work with jQuery, you should be aware of the basics of JavaScript, HTML and CSS.

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
94 Mary's Ave
Kingston, NY 12401
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
Feb 21, Feb 28, Mar 7, Mar 14, Mar 21

Website Development - Part III

Building Blocks of Dynamic Websites

Students will discover the power of dynamic website coding with an introductory examination of PHP and MySQL. In this course, students will implement basic dynamic functions with PHP, and will hand-code a simple PHP-MySQL application to produce a dynamically-generated blog page. Students will examine similarities between their application and open source Content Management Systems like WordPress, and use what they learned to migrate an existing WordPress website.

Prerequisite: 

Learn to Build a Website – Part II or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved)

Mentor(s): 

Course Schedule:

Starting Monday, May 13, 2019 - 6:00pm
Location:
SUNY Ulster
491 Cottekill Rd
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
This course is part of a bootcamp: Fast Track Web Development Bootcamp
All class dates:
May 13, May 20, Jun 3, Jun 10, Jun 17
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Every month we will mix and mingle, as well as discuss an advanced topic. There will be no mentor for it, but it will be a group of experts sharing their experience and providing use-cases and more.

This month we will focus on Python: Why Python, how to start with, demonstrate some use cases and share resources to learn with.

Please RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/web-development-coding-computing/events/sptgxpyzfbgb/

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Come and work on your project in a group setting.
Show your project, get feedback, ask questions, get help.

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