CODEHQ: Zero to 60

Become A Junior Developer Course
More Productive Web Development



Start Date: Sep 5th 7:00pm-9:00pm

Course Time:

Instruction 7:00pm-9:00pm

Q&A 9:00pm-10:00pm

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In-Person Teaching

Students will attend a weekly 2-hour class, each class is focused on student-centered learning, hands-on learning, and group work. There is an optional 1-hour Q&A session help from 9-10pm for interested students.

Weekly assignments

A weekly pre-class assignment will prepare students for in-class work. Weekly homework will be assigned to practice new skills.


Connect with web developers and other professionals, fellow classmates, and CODEHQ alumni through Slack.

What CODEHQ Students Are Saying?

Don’t just take it from us, let our alumni do the talking!

“If you are struggling with all of the learning resources available, then do yourself a favor and learn more about the class to see if it might be a good fit for your personal goals. The most invaluable part of CodeHQ that cannot be found anywhere else is the networking with the ever growing community of coders here in town. It was through this personal networking, and the guidance of the teacher who takes the time to learn about his students, that I was able to get an internship as a developer that has since turned into a full-time offer.”

Luke Logan

“CodeHQ was a great fit for me. As someone working a full-time job and with a family, CodeHQ provided the perfect format for me to begin learning to code. I would definitely recommend the class to anyone with the desire to learn web development and the motivation to take advantage of a weekly class format with significant study/work outside of class time.”

Michael Van Patter

What To Expect?

Introductory Course to Command Line & Becoming A More Productive Web Developer

Week 1

Develop a basic understanding and function of the following terms: Internet, Server, Web Browser, Domain & URL.

Week 4

Create a local environment. Hands-on development in a local environment, publishing a local change and building a public server.


Command Line & Git breakdown. Core Git commands and how to use it. Projects and navigation in the command line.

Week 5

Introduction to the build tools Gulp and Webpack. Breakdown the “why” and “how” build tools are used, utilizing them, and creating your own.

Week 3

Define what a local environment is and its advantages. Introduction to the simplest version of a local environment and build tool deployment.

Week 6

Final week: Review course topics and cover overflow topics.


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