CodeCore College’s Full-stack Web Developer Bootcamp Roadmap

Programmers play a crucial role in today’s society, as technology has become an integral part of our lives. They design and develop the software that powers everything from our smartphones to our cars, revolutionizing the way we live, work, and communicate.

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Bootcamp Schedule

In just 12 weeks, you’ll learn everything you need to know to become a skilled full-stack web developer. Here’s a roadmap of the topics that will be covered during the program, with an additional week to combine everything you’ve learned into a Final Project.

For the first week, we’ll start by introducing you to the world of web development and the basics of using the command line. You’ll learn the fundamentals of JavaScript, including functions and arrays, as well as Git basics, including branching and merging.

In this week, we’ll dive deeper into JavaScript and teach you about objects, higher-order functions, constructors, and prototypes. You’ll also get hands-on experience with HTML and CSS, including building basic web pages and understanding layout.

In week 3, we’ll take your HTML and CSS skills to the next level by covering advanced techniques such as responsive design and CSS frameworks, like Bootstrap. Additionally, you’ll learn about databases, including SQL basics and associations.

In this week, you’ll learn more advanced JavaScript concepts such as promises, as well as working with PostgreSQL and KNEX. You’ll also get an introduction to Node.js, which will allow you to build server-side applications using JavaScript.

In week 5, you’ll be introduced to Ruby, a popular programming language used in web development. You’ll learn about basic Ruby concepts such as arrays, hashes, and methods, as well as more advanced topics such as object-oriented programming.


Moving on to weeks 6-8, we’ll dive into Ruby on Rails, a popular web development framework built on top of Ruby. This powerful framework is used to build robust web applications quickly and efficiently. With Ruby on Rails, you’ll learn about topics such as active record, CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete), authentication, authorization, and testing. 


Ruby on Rails is a crucial tool for web developers as it allows them to build complex web applications quickly and efficiently. With a strong understanding of Ruby and object-oriented programming, combined with knowledge of Ruby on Rails, web developers can create dynamic, database-driven websites that are scalable, secure, and easy to maintain.

The focus will be on the DOM manipulation, event bubbling and delegation, and leveraging AJAX for asynchronous HTTP requests. You’ll also work with JSON data structures and APIs, and learn about RESTful routing conventions with Rails.

You’ll dive into Single-Page Applications (SPAs), exploring how the virtual DOM works in React, and using JSX syntax to create user interfaces. You’ll also manage component state and lifecycle methods, and use React Router for navigating SPAs. The group project will offer a chance to practice Agile methodologies and Git workflows.

In week 11, we’ll dive deeper into React, covering topics such as state management and controlled forms. You’ll also learn about Webpack, a popular tool used in modern web development.


We’ll conclude our last week of the 12 Week course by delving even deeper into React.  Additionally, we’ll cover topics such as APIs and error handling to prepare you for some fun additions to add to your final project.  Finally, for the last day of class, we’ll do a one-class crash course of React Native to dip our toes into creating a mobile application, and to discuss how it differs from traditional web development. 

At the conclusion of the 12-week Bootcamp, you will have 7-10 (business) days to complete an individual project of your choice.  You’ll work on your final project at your own pace, applying everything you’ve learned throughout the bootcamp, with additional support from CodeCore staff to help you along the way.  You’ll have the opportunity to showcase your skills to your classmates and instructors, as well as potential employers.  This final project is typically a Bootcamp graduate’s first major project showcased in their Web Development portfolio.

during your final project in Week 13, you will be expected to apply a variety of the tools and technologies you’ve learned throughout the course. Here’s a list of key tools you should consider incorporating into your final project:


  1. HTML5: For structuring your web page content.

  2. CSS3: To style your web pages. You may also use advanced features like Flexbox and Grid for layout, and you may incorporate a CSS preprocessor like Sass or Less.

  3. JavaScript (ES6+): To add interactivity to your site. You’ll be using advanced features like promises, async/await, destructuring, arrow functions, etc.

  4. React: To build a dynamic, single-page application. You’ll use concepts like JSX, components, state management, hooks, and the context API.

  5. Bootstrap or Material-UI: To speed up your development process with ready-made components.

  6. Webpack: To bundle your JavaScript files and manage dependencies.


  1. Node.js: To build a scalable server-side application.

  2. Express.js: As your server framework for handling routing and middleware.

  3. Ruby on Rails: For backend MVC framework and routing, using ActiveRecord for ORM.

  4. SQL or PostgreSQL: As your relational database for storing data.

  5. Sequelize or KNEX.js: As an ORM for Node.js, if you choose to use Node.js in the backend.

Development Tools and Practices:

  1. Git and GitHub: For version control and collaboration.

  2. npm or Yarn: As your package manager to manage your project’s dependencies.

  3. Babel: To transpile your ES6+ JavaScript code to a version compatible with older browsers.

  4. ESLint: To keep your JavaScript code consistent and free of bugs.

  5. Prettier: As your code formatter to keep your codebase clean and readable.

  6. Jest: For unit and integration testing to ensure your code works as expected.

  7. Postman or Insomnia: For API testing.

  8. Docker: For creating isolated containers for your applications, ensuring consistency across development and production environments.

  9. CI/CD tools like Jenkins or Travis CI: For continuous integration and continuous deployment, ensuring that the code is always deployable.

Remember, the choice of tools will depend on your specific project requirements and it’s crucial to demonstrate that you can use them effectively to build a comprehensive full-stack application.

Program FAQs

Here are a few program related questions you might have before you decide to join this bootcamp.

This Bootcamp is suitable for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in web development. Whether you are a beginner with no prior programming experience or someone with some coding knowledge looking to enhance their skills in web development, this Bootcamp can provide you with the necessary training and knowledge to succeed in the field.


There are no specific tools that you need to know prior to joining the Bootcamp. However, having a basic understanding of computer systems and familiarity with using a computer would be beneficial. The Bootcamp will cover the necessary tools and technologies required for web development, starting from the basics.

Yes, it is recommended to bring your own laptop to the Bootcamp. Having your own laptop will allow you to practice and work on the exercises and projects assigned during the program. It is essential to have access to a computer to fully engage in the hands-on learning experience.

The number of hours you need to study per week can vary depending on your learning pace and schedule. However, typically, Bootcamps require a significant time commitment. You can expect to spend at least 20-30 hours per week on coursework, practice, and projects to make the most out of the program.

Participating in a Bootcamp while working full-time can be challenging due to the intensive nature of the program. The Bootcamp requires a substantial time commitment and dedication to learning. It is recommended to assess your work schedule and personal commitments to ensure you can allocate enough time and energy to effectively engage in the Bootcamp.

Upon completing the Bootcamp, you can apply for various job profiles in the web development field. Some of the potential job titles include:

Front-end Developer
Back-end Developer
Full-stack Developer
Web Developer
JavaScript Developer
Ruby on Rails Developer
React Developer
UI/UX Developer
These are just a few examples, and the specific job opportunities may vary depending on the job market and industry trends.

CodeCore College provides support and assistance to students in finding a job after completing the Bootcamp. We  offer free career services such as resume building, interview preparation, and job search guidance. It is recommended to reach out to the placement coordinator assigned to you to inquire about the specific career services available.

The Web Development Industry uses many common system across the world and whatever you learn in this bootcamp will be useful anywhere in the world. While CodeCore College’s Bootcamp can provide you with valuable skills and knowledge in web development, the validity and recognition of the certification outside of Canada may vary depending on the employers and the specific region. It’s important to research and understand the local job market and industry standards in the country where you intend to work. In some cases, employers may prioritize practical skills and experience over specific certifications.

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