Frequently Asked Questions
Is there any basic knowledge I should prepare for that will help me starting or does this course start at square 1?
You do not need to have any prior knowledge of software development to enroll in our program.
You will have a grace period of a week to catch up on your assignment and a mentor who will check in with you. If you fall behind after that, you can stop the program and re-enroll the following session.
Yes. There is a lot to learn, and it will be challenging. But our program is designed to fit into your schedule. You will need to dedicate at least 12 hours per week to be successful. But you’ll be able to choose your own hours.
We understand that software development can be challenging for a lot of people, especially beginners. We will do all we can to support you throughout the program. If you do decide to leave, you can re-enroll in the next session
Over seven months, we will prepare you for the job you want by teaching you the skills in your selected areas of specialization (your “track”), giving you the opportunity to work on real software development projects, and matching you with a virtual internship experience. We will also help prepare you for interviews, and we will recommend you to as many companies as possible.
Whatever your level of knowledge is about the industry, our instructors and mentors will meet you at that level and work with you to address your questions. While it is not possible to become an expert in just seven months (expertise takes years of experience), we will give you everything you need to get started and the resources required to grow.
You need a computer with internet access, a passion to learn, determination to stick with it, and legal authorization to work in the U.S.
I have recently seen that you have changed the date of the starting class previously it was Jan 4, 2021 but now I see that it is March 2021, Can you clarify the actual start date of the program?
The program starts on March 15, 2021, and enrollment closes by March 7.