February 14, 2020
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This piece was written by Erica Freedman, Content Specialist at SwitchUp.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Web Developers across the United States make an average of $67,990 annually. This increasingly popular career path currently has over 162,000 jobs ranging from entry to senior level. So how do you fit web development training into your day? Use this guide to explore the field, the job opportunities associated, and offerings within Circle Coding Academy’s program:

Opportunities After Bootcamp

Web Development is an all-encompassing term that focuses on the development of websites and web applications. Jobs may include web-based internet applications, social networking platforms, and electronic business platforms. Individuals trained in this field may work in web content development, web engineering, cybersecurity, or design. This training could also lead to the development of CRM systems, still considered a new branch of web development.

In this day and age, virtually every business and individual contractor needs a website and payment platform to operate. This means more jobs for individuals like you.

Market Growth: “The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 13 percent employment growth for web developers by 2026. During that period, about 21,300 new jobs will need to be filled in an industry that already has roughly 162,900 positions.”

Web Developer: Web developers, also called web designers or webmasters, design and maintain websites. You might design and develop basic website layout or advanced interactive website features.

Web Engineer: Web application development has certain characteristics that make it different from traditional software, information system, or computer application development. Web engineering focuses on the specifics of application development that apply to websites and their offsets.

Learning Web Development Can Boost Your Career

Web Development has one of the highest job opening rates in the world. Forbes published an article celebrating Web Development as one of the top freelance careers, with freelancers earning an average of $36 to $40 an hour.

Some articles have even claimed that learning Web Development is more valuable than learning Machine Learning for a few reasons: There are countless jobs, it is a simple and straightforward working process, it is creative and fun, and is also extremely lucrative. This linear career path makes room for learning new working systems and trends, while also leaving space for creative liberty and thought.

Circle Coding Academy Web Development Program

Circle Coding Academy’s Full Stack Web Development Program is designed to take students from no experience to job-ready web developers in just 36 weeks of part-time, evening classes.

Web 101: Intro to Web (8 Weeks)

In the first course of Circle Coding Academy’s Full Stack Web Development Program, students will learn the basics of web development, building websites using HTML & CSS and learning how to deploy them to the web using Git and GitHub.

JavaScript 211: Language Basics (8 Weeks)

In JavaScript 211, students will begin to learn the basics of programming languages. They’ll learn syntax, functions, and other key JavaScript concepts that will give them the foundations for further learning.

JavaScript 311: Back-End JavaScript (8 Weeks)

In JS 311 students will focus on “Back-End” JavaScript, using the Node.js framework to build back-ends. Students will also learn how to build a database and call APIs.

JavaScript 411: Front-End JavaScript (8 Weeks)

In the final coding-focused course, students will learn how to build responsive front-ends for their applications and also complete their final project – a Full Stack Web Application that they’ll be able to use in their portfolio as they begin their job search.

Job Placement 501 (4 Weeks)

Finally, students will spend 4 weeks in Circle Coding Academy’s Job Placement Course. In this course, students will hone their resumes, develop their LinkedIn, practice whiteboarding, participate in mock interviews, and more.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

Over the past 6 years, Austin Coding Academy has been serving students in the Austin area with cutting-edge curriculum and job placement services. Currently, on SwitchUp, Austin Coding Academy has a 5 out of 5 star rating based on verified student reviews. Students find this program balanced, fair, exciting, useful and thorough. Students graduate and land great jobs all over the country.

Circle Coding Academy is looking to bring the successful approach that has made Austin Coding Academy the largest coding school in Central Texas, to Dallas.

Want to get started? Circle Coding Academy’s first cohort is launching April 13th. Apply today and get on the path to a new career with Circle Coding Academy!

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