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Learn code? Are you ready?

Due to the global skills shortage in the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) sector, the prediction is there will be more than 800,000 available jobs in ICT in Europe by 2020.  This has caused an increased interest in technology as a career choice. Because of this, many people are deciding to learn code to take […]

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The Booming Industry of Coding Bootcamps

Due to the global shortage of qualified professionals in the coding world, coding bootcamps are a flourishing industry. And the reason is simple – they’re an efficient way to gain the skills needed to become a web developer in a relatively short amount of time. Course Report, a great resource for finding information on the […]

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7 Places You Can Learn How To Code For Free

Can you really learn how to code for free? We’re not saying you can master coding that easily, but you certainly can, with the right attitude, learn to code in as little as three months. In time, that’s equivalent to one semester of a computer science degree – hardly long enough to set anyone up […]

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5 Reasons Why Coding Is Best Learnt In Coding Bootcamps

With increased numbers of second-level students in Ireland each year due to a steadily resurgent baby-boom, and CAO applications being as high as they’ve ever been over the past few years, it is becoming more and more difficult to distinguish ourselves from one another in the workforce, both in terms of skill levels and qualifications. […]

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Javascript Courses versus Full Stack Training

If you want to become a JavaScript web developer then there are a range of courses, both online and in the classroom, available to you. In sort, there are three main coding (programming) languages that dominate the internet, especially the front-end (ie what we see and use on our devices).  These coding languages are HTML, […]

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How Much Code Can You Learn in 12 Weeks?

 When you have a very short space of time, be it 4 weeks, 8 weeks, or 12 weeks, it’s very easy to imagine that there is an end almost immediately in sight. It’s there- it’s just another date on the calendar. We at the Code Institute feel that’s the wrong way to think about it. […]

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Can You Really Learn To Code At A Coding Bootcamp?

To answer this particular question, you might imagine that you’re entering two determining factors into an equation. One determining factor is whether or not the coding environment, the physical and digital arena of learning, is adequately addressing the content and skills that will be vital to a programmer in the future. The second is entirely […]

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Can I Become a Coder with no Coding Background?

The answer to that question is quite simple, and it can only be answered by you. Any limitations you encounter when you begin programming, are going to be self-imposed obstacles. At the very beginning, you shouldn’t be constructing your own obstructions, your own excuses, walls that you feel you can’t climb. You should be acknowledging […]

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How Coding Bootcamps are Accelerating the Pace of Learning

How coding bootcamps are accelerating the pace of learning As the old saying goes, ‘Anything worthwhile takes time,’ and while I partially agree with the sentiment behind the saying, it’s worth noting that it probably doesn’t translate very well to modern times. While it is a well-intentioned expression, potentially said by investors prior to the […]

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What is Ruby on Rails?

One of the most interesting software developments in coding circles is Ruby on Rails.The name comes from two things: Rails (an open-source web application framework), and Ruby, the dynamic, object-oriented general purpose programming language that Rails is written in. Put the two together and you get Ruby on Rails. Rails is server-side, and attempts to simplify the […]

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