Front-end web development defines how we use our computers every day. The work of front-end developers is what helps technology be usable to the average person, and companies with the best, most stable, and most usable sites are the most popular on the web.
If you want to make the web more usable, more accessible, and more fun to use, Front-End Web Development is the path for you.
The first three trimesters of our on-site intensive education covers the foundations of computer science and software engineering. Students will explore and learn practical low-level programming, high-level programming, algorithms, databases, system engineering, and networking technologies.
For Holberton, a front-end developer is not only someone who can code with a framework, but someone that understands why these frameworks exist, work and how they interact with the browser (like Chrome, Edge, Safari, etc.)
Technical writing is an invaluable skill and an excellent way to articulate and share your knowledge.
Collaboration is key to successful business. You will learn project management, interpersonal communication, and team collaboration skills.
It is not enough for you to know the answers to the questions; you need to be able to clearly communicate your thought processes and understanding.
The Framework provides the structure, order, and balance necessary to maintain a productive peer learning environment and will help you succeed throughout your career.
Whiteboarding is an essential skill in the tech industry, both for effective planning and for excelling in tech interviews.
Vice president of Engineering at Iron Fish
Product designer at Omni Labs, Inc.
At Holberton, we believe that people from every community and background should have the opportunity to become a software engineer. That is why we offer flexible tuition options to help make your new career more accessible. You can see the financial tools available per campus after selecting the particular city in question.
“I chose Holberton because they accept people based on their potential, not past experience. I graduated in Theology, which is pretty far from computer programming, but I am now studing how to become a software engineer because Holberton could see my drive and how well I could learn.”— Jorge C., cohort 10 Cali, Colombia