Full Stack Web Development

10 Weeks to a successful career as a Web Developer.

This Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp will allow you to learn the fundamentals of modern web development to build great websites, software, and apps. We will teach you how to build modern, in-demand software that runs on any browser flawlessly.

Software Developers are in demand everywhere, including here in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the unemployment rate for developers is just 1.8%. Jobs requiring coding skills pay an average of $22,000 per year more than jobs that don’t. Developers often have the opportunity to work in a flexible environment, on their own schedule, or even remotely. Working as an independent contractor is a common career choice as well; a chance to be your own boss!

The internet is what connects us all and the world wide web is how we access everyday tools and resources such as social media communication, email, etc. In a world where we are evermore connected via the internet, we are in great need for web developers to build and manage applications. For example, you can work as a freelance developer helping businesses with their online presence, or build custom application program interfaces (APIs) for companies such as Facebook and Twitter. Building for the web is a great place to start your coding career.

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“Deep Dive Coding's Fullstack Web Development bootcamp helped me deepen my knowledge of web development and broadened my horizons for finding a career post bootcamp. I don't think anyone in New Mexico offers such a comprehensive and immerse program that is quite like this. I am proud to be a Deep Dive alum and I know that I will go far in my career having taken this bootcamp.”

Kyle, cohort #32

“I am thoroughly impressed by how much can be done in 10 weeks. 3 months ago I had zero programming experience. As of today I have built a website and a dynamic web application with 3 other people that I have never met in person. The whole Deep Dive Team really delivers when it comes to support, interesting content and more than anything their ability to get us to code. They really teach us to break things down into smaller bits of information. Thank you Deep Dive!”

Molly, cohort #31

Instructors

Paul Schulzetenberg - Lead Instructor

Paul Schulzetenberg has been making websites professionally for 15 years. He’s worked as part of web development agencies and as a freelance developer with major partners such as the ACLU, the University of Minnesota, and the Annenberg Foundation. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Macalester College, and he blends his real-world experience with that theoretical background to help students learn and understand both technical and entrepreneurship topics related to web development. He has a passion for open source development, web accessibility and diversity issues, and believes in the power of the web to change lives.

George Kephart - Senior Assistant Instructor

George Kephart is a waiter turned developer who became fascinated with programming after attending the Deep Dive Fullstack Bootcamp in October of 2015. He graduated from Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp in December 2015, and spent his time after graduation pursuing a new career thanks to the skills he learned in the bootcamp. He has worked as a freelancer as well as with startup tech companies. Since January 2017, George has used what he learned through Deep Dive Fullstack and working in the industry to teach and help future graduates of the program reach their potential.

Marty Bonacci - Senior Assistant Instructor

Marty has arrived at Deep Dive Coding as a senior assistant instructor, via a winding road through several CNM Ingenuity departments. Marty has driven his business, Custom Cult, through the FUSE Makerspace while working as an instructor and program manager, then at Deep Dive Coding as a student in 2017, followed by a short stint as a Deep Dive Coding assistant instructor, and he recently graduated from ABQid’s business accelerator. Check out what can be accomplished when you utilize CNM Ingenuity’s training and services to the fullest at customcult.com.

Get College Credit

After you have completed this bootcamp, you will receive a certificate of completion, not a degree. You can receive Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) from Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) if you do decide to later pursue a degree, getting free credit for classes that are similar to what you learned in the bootcamp. Learn more about non-credit to credit CPL at CNM.