A Part-time Immersive Bootcamp that Works with your Schedule
Big business runs on Microsoft. Software developers that know how to use Microsoft technologies have a competitive edge for large salaries at Fortune 500 companies or large local organizations. Our part-time bootcamp allows you keep working while learning Microsoft web development fundamentals at night. No need to quit your job to attend a fast paced bootcamp!
In this bootcamp, you will learn the fundamentals of web development with C# (pronounced C sharp) and Microsoft’s .NET Core Framework. The goal is get you familiar enough with the core-language and technical tools to work towards a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification. Entry level .NET developers are in high demand in New Mexico. Participants who take this program will increase their skill set to work with companies who utilize these systems.
Dates: January 8 – March 17
Application deadline: December 15
Dates: April 9 – June 16
Application deadline: March 23
Dates: July 9 – September 15
Application deadline: June 22
Monday & Wednesday: 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Saturday’s: 9am – 4pm
Location: CNM STEMulus Center (map)
Skills you will learn:
C#, SQL, PowerShell, Entity FrameWork, Razor, TFS (Team Foundation Server), Bootstrap, Visual Studio, Azure, OOP (Object Oriented Programing), MVC (Model, View, Controller), MVP (Model, View, Presenter)
You will also learn many soft skills working on your own personal project and collaborating as a team on a capstone application project.
Basic computers skills such as navigating a Windows Operating System and an internet browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Edge. It is recommended, but not required, to have a general understanding of how the internet works, HTML, and CSS. You will also get a refresher as part of the bootcamp pre-work.
Pre-Bootcamp (Before the program starts)
- Pre-work will be assigned to you before the bootcamp starts. All the resources are accessible online.
Introduction and Discovery (Weeks 1-2)
- Learn logical programming concepts and algorithms
- Learn how to use Visual Studio
- Learn how to use Version Control
- Build MVC website
- Form teams for your capstone project
- Begin building your personal project
Preparation and Development (Weeks 3-7)
- Expand your skills and knowledge around programming in C#
- Learn about database management
- Start developing your capstone team project
- Launch your personal project in the cloud
Execution and Deployment (Weeks 7-10)
- Create clean, functional, and documented code
- Finalize capstone project
- Demonstrate learning through assessments and challenges
- Participate in Deep Dive Demo Day to showcase your project to potential employers
Learn more about how to pay for the bootcamp.
Brian Jones is an IT Renaissance Man, as the Director of Development at a small New Mexico Government contracting company he has his hands in all aspects of the IT department. This is important because he understands how all of of the parts of a good IT department fit together and work together to be a contributor to the business. He will help you understand your role in the business and the community so that you can be a successful developer or IT professional.
His origin, is in software development and has been a Microsoft developer since 1999. He has been using the .Net Framework since its inception in 2000. His experience building business application over the last 17 years, will be passed on to you so that you can help your business create high availability software that the business needs. It is important to you to not just understand how to write code but understand why you are writing the code to support your business.
He has been teaching IT classes for the last 9 years in both on-campus and on-line environments, so he brings a lot of experience to teach you these topics and will change his approaches based on the your experiences and the experiences of the class. You will learn the basics of C# and be advanced in to more and more advanced topics with the lessons building on each other. His process of using a lot of hands on practice and in class labs that will make sure you master a topic before moving to a new one.
He looks forward to seeing you in class.
Get College Credit
After you have completed Deep Dive .NET, you will receive a certificate of completion, not a degree. However, you can receive Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) from CNM’s School of Business & Information Technology. Successful completion of the bootcamp is worth 6 credit hours at CNM in the Computer Information Systems program. Learn more.
Get Certified by Microsoft
After you have successfully completed Deep Dive .NET, you will receive an exam voucher to take the Microsoft Software Development Fundamentals MTA Certification.
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