Full Stack Development

Your point of entry to a technical career starts here

Learn to code and transition into tech

Conceptual Scaffolding

Rather than targeting a single framework or technology, our learning objectives are applicable within a wide range of engineering and programming contexts.

Modeling

We believe in process-based learning. Our instructors live-code their lectures so that students can experience professional problem-solving in action.

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Formative Feedback Strategies

We’ve found that ongoing, targeted feedback is the key component to student success. We offer daily solution lectures, one-on-one code reviews, and weekly progress assessments.

Ongoing Mentorship

Our courses come with a network of supportive professionals. In addition to individualized feedback, our mentors provide career coaching and training in soft skills.

Our flagship program

An entry-level track to launch your career in tech

CodeOp's Full Stack Web Development bootcamp prepares students for careers as entry-level software developers. In the early weeks of the course, students learn programming fundamentals, data structures, algorithms, and advanced JavaScript. Students then develop complete applications using the latest technologies, some of which include React.js, Node.js, Express, MySQL, and Heroku. The final weeks have a dual focus, with students developing full-stack applications from scratch while also undergoing extensive career preparation.
Next Full-Time Dates

Jan 11 - Mar 26
Apr 12 - Jun 25
May 31 - Aug 13
Sep 13 - Nov 26

Next Part-Time Dates

Jan 12 - Jul 10
Apr 13 - Oct 09
Sep 14 - Mar 12

Download Our Course Guide

We've put together a guide that delves into our pedagogy, course logic and structure. It's a good place to start if you'd like to learn more about us.

Scope and sequence

CodeOp’s full stack web developer bootcamp makes sure you can hit the ground running once you enter into your chosen tech career

Module I

Theoretical Foundations

What: Develop problem-solving abilities; enhance concept retention.
How: Scaffolded lectures and activities; live-coded reviews; weekly milestone checks

Module II

Project Phase

What: Apply theory by developing three full-stack apps; advance knowledge through flash lectures.
How: Iterative group work and hands-on learning through projects

Module III

Career Preparation

What: Prepare to graduate and enter the technical workforce
How: Whiteboarding; technical improvisations; flash lectures; pitch-coaching; mock technical interviews

The 11-week full-time full stack coding bootcamp journey (part time schedule below)

Full time courses meet Monday to Friday during the week. Below is a sample day.

You receive a problem solving challenge and have some time to hack away at it. You can get in touch with your fellow classmates to try to solve the challenge together or you can try figuring it out independently. Then the instructor will go over the solution with you.

An instructor reviews the activity from the previous day’s lesson. They show different approaches to solve the activity and explain their way of thinking.

10.30-11:30

Instructor presents a lecture introducing a new topic.

You are given an activity to do, and you have time to work on it and practice the concepts taught in the morning lecture.

13:30-14:30

Time for a mind break and a bite to eat!

Join the instructor again to review the solution from the morning activity. Get direct feedback on your solutions, and see how a senior engineer troubleshoots through a problem.

The instructor introduces another concept in lecture format.

Complete your last set of activities for the day. This should ultimately be your time to individually work through the problem set.

18:00-onwards

Rest, recharge and prepare for the next day.

Students share updates of their projects by posting a description of what they have done, what they are working on and share whether they have any blockers.

Students work on a coding challenge similar to the type they may encounter in technical interviews to train for on-the-spot problem solving.

The instructor goes over various ways to approach the coding challenge explaining their way of thinking.

Students meet in 1:1 slots with the instructor to touch base on their projects and ask questions.

12:00-13:30

Lectures related to the projects the students have chosen.

These are an opportunity to cover more advanced topics such as: Express, Authentication with JWT, Google Maps API Integration, React Router, Sequelize, Redux, Pusher API and Heroku deployment.

13:30-14:30

Time for a mind break and a bite to eat!

Students share updates of their projects by posting a description of what they have done, what they are working on and share whether they have any blockers.

Students continue working on their projects and are able to share technical blockers they may encounter.

Practice makes perfect! You will get the chance to do a mock HR and technical interview in order to get a taste of what to expect during the application process. And you'll also receive individual feedback in order to improve and crush it in the real thing.

You will also practice doing a technical test as this is an essential part of most tech hiring processes.

Our team will share information and tips on how to format and what to include on your CV and LinkedIn profile. And you will be able to share them both in order to get advice.

A technical recruiter with experience in the industry will share their insights and what they look for in candidates and the behind the scenes of the process!

Our in-house career coaching specialist shares their insights on how the HR departments handle tech hiring and how to stand out as a candidate.

GitHub, LinkedIn, Medium, Slack, Twitter, it goes on and on. We will discuss how to use different platforms to share your work and skills and to connect with others within the tech industry.

Time to exercise those thinking muscles. An instructor will discuss different ways of tackling on-the-spot coding challenges and you will get a chance to train your quick and logical thinking.

A moment to review many of the concepts and terminology you've covered in the course.

A guest speaker will share their insights on the impostor syndrome. This is a common experience in the tech space among both novice and experienced programmers alike. So we shed some light on it and share some tips on how to handle it.

The 26-week part-time full stack coding bootcamp journey

Part time courses meet two days a week and about 1-2 Saturdays each month. Below is a sample day.

You receive a problem solving challenge and have some time to hack away at it. You can get in touch with your fellow classmates to try to solve the challenge together or you can try figuring it out independently. Then the instructor will go over the solution with you.

An instructor reviews the activity from the previous day’s lesson. They show different approaches to solve the activity and explain their way of thinking.

19.45-20:30

Instructor presents a lecture introducing a new topic.

20:30-21:30

You are given an activity to do, and you have time to work on it and practice the concepts taught in the lecture.

The instructor goes over various ways to approach the coding challenge that was done for homework explaining their way of thinking.

19:00-20:30

Lectures related to the projects the students have chosen.

These are an opportunity to cover more advanced topics such as: Express, Authentication with JWT, Google Maps API Integration, React Router, Sequelize, Redux, Pusher API and Heroku deployment.

Students meet in 1:1 slots with the instructor to touch base on their projects and ask questions.

Practice makes perfect! You will get the chance to do a mock HR and technical interview in order to get a taste of what to expect during the application process. And you'll also receive individual feedback in order to improve and crush it in the real thing.

You will also practice doing a technical test as this is an essential part of most tech hiring processes.

Our team will share information and tips on how to format and what to include on your CV and LinkedIn profile. And you will be able to share them both in order to get advice.

A technical recruiter with experience in the industry will share their insights and what they look for in candidates and the behind the scenes of the process!

Our in-house career coaching specialist shares their insights on how the HR departments handle tech hiring and how to stand out as a candidate.

GitHub, LinkedIn, Medium, Slack, Twitter, it goes on and on. We will discuss how to use different platforms to share your work and skills and to connect with others within the tech industry.

Time to exercise those thinking muscles. An instructor will discuss different ways of tackling on-the-spot coding challenges and you will get a chance to train your quick and logical thinking.

A moment to review many of the concepts and terminology you've covered in the course.

A guest speaker will share their insights on the impostor syndrome. This is a common experience in the tech space among both novice and experienced programmers alike. So we shed some light on it and share some tips on how to handle it.

Tuition plans and options

Simple, flexible, and predictable pricing. Choose which deferred payment plan is best suited for you
Online, Live Bootcamp
3600
+ 600€ deposit
Break up the cost of tuition and pay over 3, 6 or 12 months
Low-interest financing options
In-Person Bootcamp
7200
+ 600€ deposit
Break up the cost of tuition and pay over 3, 6 or 12 months
Low-interest financing options
600€ discount when paid upfront

Apply for a scholarship

Meant to support those who have experienced economic hardships and who have demonstrated a strong desire to develop their technical skills

What Our Graduates Say About Us

Read reviews about our coding bootcamp from the ones who survived it.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Average rating based on SwitchUpGoogle & Course Report

CodeOp's course structure is so well organized that you can learning by doing, even if you do not have any background in programming, like myself. As you are in small group, you have direct support of the instructor, which helps you to learn as much and as fast as possible. The program is very challenging but it is worth doing it. Above all, I appreciated the support of the entire CodeOp team.
Aleum Yu Fullstack Software Engineer
From the first day, we dove into Javascript and began problem solving. The curriculum is intense and moves at a quick pace. It only all comes together and you realize how to apply everything that you’ve learned when you start building projects in week 6. I can’t believe that I built what I did! In the end I came out with 3 strong portfolio pieces. The teachers help you develop a software engineer mindset.
Hana Drdla Freelance Web Developer
I’ve learned a lot: I have learned how to make web apps, how to build a server, how to test my code, of course how to write code. But above all, I have learned how to solve problems. The teachers, the CEO and everybody who works there are amazing. They are always willing to help, to guide and support you throughout the whole process from learning how to code to facing the technical interview.
Almudena Canalejo Garcia Software Automation Engineer

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Bootcamp

How long is the full stack bootcamp?

We offer full- and part-time bootcamps. The full-time Full Stack Development bootcamp is an 11-week program. The part-time Full Stack Development bootcamp is a 6-month program.

Can I attend CodeOp if I am not a EU citizen?

CodeOp is an international program that does not require a student visa for enrollment. Depending on where you are traveling from, however, visa requirements may be in place. Please consult your home country’s guidelines for more information.

When should I apply?

The sooner the better! Applications are received on a rolling basis until either the class is full or the application deadline has been reached.

In what language is the course taught?

All classes are taught in English.

What level of proficiency in English is required?

Students are expected to have a near-fluent understanding of English. For this reason, we ask students to demonstrate English language proficiency during the interview process.

Do you offer part-time courses?

We offer a part-time version of our Full Stack Development course.

Do you offer a full stack online bootcamp?

Yes.

How often do I meet with my mentor?

Students and mentors arrange their own meetings. We seek out mentors who are available to meet with students on an as-needed basis.

Do I need my own computer?

Yes. CodeOp does not provide students with computers, and we ask that you work from your own throughout the course. Any laptop built within the last decade will suffice.

Do I need to know how to code before applying?

A programming background is not required to attend our Full Stack Development course, but previous exposure will certainly help. We do require a programming background for our Big Data Engineering course.

Who are the instructors?

Our instructors have experience working in the industry as teachers and technical professionals. They come from around the world and are passionate about CodeOp’s mission.

Are the instructors and mentors only women?

Though CodeOp is women-led, we are not anti-men. We invite qualified cis-men who align with our vision to contribute to CodeOp as instructors, as speakers, and as mentors.

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