Front-End Web Development: Instructor Perspective

By Mauricio Poveda February 12, 2015
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Front-End Web Development: Instructor Perspective

 

If you are interested in BrainStation’s Front-End Web Development course, here are a few words from our lead instructors.


 

Alex Karasyov

Alex Karasyov

“Knowing how to code is important, but it’s not enough.There is a  culture of sharing and great craftsmanship in the technology  community that defines how we use technology. The goal of our  Front-End Web Development course is to embed the understanding of  that culture into how we think, and understand the technology on a deeper level.

First and foremost, you will learn practical skills and tools that are used by world class Front-End Developers. Then, you will learn about the current state of these technologies – what is possible today, and where the industry is going.

Whether you aim to become a professional developer, or you are learning these skills to understand how technologists think and work, you will get the knowledge and resources to pursue the direction that you want.

We will teach the skills you need to become a good developer and a well rounded technologist.”


 

Calvin Tennant

Calvin Tennant

“The Front-End Development course aims to introduce students to the enabling technologies of the web. This course will teach the basics of how information is shared on the internet,  but more importantly, it will teach you how to craft that information into creative meaningful user experiences.

Knowing how to build and maintain an interface is an incredibly important part of the web development ecosystem. Students will be armed with the knowledge to create experiences that will likely be used by millions of people. That scale brings an incredible responsibility to the craftsperson, to create a pleasant and efficient user experience.

This course will give students access to the knowledge and resources required for an incredibly rewarding career as a Front-End Developer.”


 

You can register or find more information about the course here.