SkysenxHub Web Development Bootcamp get students started with coding via a technology they are already familiar with - the World Wide Web. There’s been a lot of buzz about coding of late. Alongside maths and reading, coding is an essential skill considering our ever-growing digital World, Unfortunately only a few students have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in schools. Because programming allows us to take a complex problem, understand the problem, and develop possible solutions, learning to code is beneficial no matter what our career ambitions are.
Our Web Development Bootcamp is designed to take students with no experience in coding to becoming professionals otherwise known as Full Stack Web Developers. This we can accomplish through our 6 weeks intensive training modules loaded with practical projects. Our Web Development Bootcamp is divided into 3 modules: Beginner, Advanced and Professional.here
Our web development advanced module runs for 6 weeks and focuses on Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) - a programming style that is associated with the concept of Class, Objects and various other concepts revolving around these two, like Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction, Encapsulation etc. Students learn in-depth on building backends (Server-side programming) for web applications with PHP and MYSQL, working with third-party APIs, integrating payment solutions etc. At the end of this module, students will have acquired enough skills to build and solve real-world problems. They will be able to employ different technologies that will aid them in transforming their ideas from conception to implementation. Students are required to take our web development beginner module before undertaking this module.Apply
This final web development module runs for 6 weeks and finalizes the students learning path to becoming a Full Stack Web Developer. The module focus on design patterns - a software concept that describes how components are coupled together to solve different problems, best practices, working with version control systems - a repository for tracking, maintaining source codes and collaborating on software development, writing unit tests - a concept for testing up to the smallest component of a software system, exploring cloud computing and understanding microservices - a variant of the service-oriented architecture (SOA) architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services. The module concludes with sessions on deploying to cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, Google Compute Engine etc.
At the end of this module, students will not only be able to express their creativity through coding but also be able to build and sustain different real-world applications. They would have mastered the technologies used in building today’s great applications.
Our web development advanced module is required to undertake this module.Apply
Any child from age 8 and above most especially those with great enthusiasm towards technology and her applications.
Yes. Teens must come with a personal laptop for the training and must have existing knowledge on how to carry out basic operations on a computer. Basic reading and writing skills is also mandatory.
We try as much as possible to accept kids and teens who show great enthusiasm towards technology and her applications. If you think your child is tech savvy, we may consider admission for him or her.
Yes. You will be required to come with your ward for an in-person interview. After the interview, your ward may be admitted to the kids or teens camp.
The tech camp will run for 5 weeks for teens, 4 weeks for kids in the following days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. From 9:00am - 1:00pm daily. There’s a break period of 1 hour each training day, from 11:00am to 12:00am.
Airport Road, Effurun,
Warri, Delta. Nigeria