Codecamp was one of the greatest learning journeys I have ever taken and sparked in me a deep passion for web development.

Brian Nations

CODEcamp graduate + Instructor + Web Developer

Blue Acorn

Courses are arranged in two specialty tracks and a growing list of electives & seminars

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Back-end Track

Back-end development includes everything that happens on the server side when your browser makes a request. The back end typically consists of three parts: a language, a database, and a server.

Front-end Track

The front end encompasses everything you see and interact with on a web page within a browser. The required tools for front-end development consist of HTML and CSS for web page structure and aesthetics combined with Javascript for interactivity and movement.

Electives & Seminars

Check out our selection of bootcamps and seminars to get you up to speed on must know skills using the newest technologies used in the industry. Electives are typically four one-day/week sessions and seminars are one day.

Upcoming Classes & Events

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June 4

Mentor Office Hours

Our team of mentors are comprised of passionate industry professionals, working in the Charleston tech community. Feel free to bring a question for a project you are working on, discuss a problem you are facing in your current class, or even discuss your career path. CODEcamp Mentors Office Hours are geared towards beginners and new programmers.

4:00PM - 6:00PM

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June 17

GitHub

Come join us as we delve into the wonderful world of Git! Git is a "distributed version control system" that is gaining huge popularity in the community as the way to manage your code! This free seminar is essential if you are interested in taking any CODEcamp class.

5:30PM - 7:30PM

Ronak Raithatha

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June 22

Web Basics 101- Intro to the Web

Web Basics 101 is essential for anyone just starting out their path to becoming a web developer or designer. In this class, you will learn the basics of HTML and CSS even if you have no prior training or experience. Web 101 will start you off on your first web site layout.

6:00PM - 8:30PM

Brian Nations

4 Sessions

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June 23

Web Basics 102- Web Styling

This course builds on what you learned in Web Basics 101 and covers topics in more advanced CSS and HTML5 elements, along with a basic introduction to basic JavaScript. Great for students with some HTML/CSS background, but needing the necessary skills to fully design a web page.

6:00PM - 8:30PM

Sean Emmel

4 Sessions

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