Unique opportunity in the Inaugural class for highly qualified applicants
The 10 in-Demand software development skills for 2014 include all of the web development technologies covered in the RockIT program:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states, ‘Employment of web developers is projected to grow 20 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations.’
You will learn something new every day. You will write code every day. Everything that is included in the curriculum is relevant and important to starting a career in web development. Industry experts have created an integrated curriculum that leads you through the theory but more importantly the practice. You will work individually, in pairs and in small teams to solve problems, crack the code and build real world web applications. You will work much harder and for much longer than you think.
Everything you have learned comes together in final phase of the bootcamp as you demonstrate proficiency in web development skills through an individual project and a team project. What you have learned prepares you for the first step in a career including confidence, skills and knowledge. The applications you have created build a portfolio of work that you will be proud of and able to take with you.
Embedded throughout the program are a series of career exploration related activities. The curriculum includes networking events, peer level meetups, job searching skills, resume writing and interview techniques to add to the body of web development work you have completed. A career fair as part of the final phase of the bootcamp enables you to meet with local web development agencies and employers.
Advanced front end development. Database and interactions. jQuery, MySQL and PHP.
Individual and team projects that pull it all together. Building a portfolio.
Daniel brings a love of programming languages to RockIT, along with nearly 20 years’ of web development experience. He has worked for Netscape/AOL doing front- and back-end development, SimplyHired.com focusing on data aggregation and analytics, and Oce (a subsidiary of Canon) building tools to automate device drivers for high-end printers. Daniel began his IT career in 1993 when he talked his father into letting him install Linux on the family computer, and followed this interest to Arizona State University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in computer science.
Brig Lamoreaux is a software engineer and architect. He has experience managing the design and development of product lines and company standards, developing front-end ASP web applications, architecting big data solutions to support adaptive learning and leading research projects to operationalize emerging technologies. Brig has a Bachelor of Science degree in information technology, as well as a Master of Business Administration degree. A lifelong learner, he continues to supplement his education through opencoursware from MIT and Stanford. When he is not programming or reading something new, you can find Brig on the slopes following his true passion, skiing.
Interested in participating in the program as an employer or student in the Phoenix area? Let’s Talk.