New to Coding?
Upcoming Class Dates
Ready to take the next step with Fullstack's Bootcamp Prep?
Our next class starts November 2; register by October 31.
Success starts with preparation
To make sure you’re ready to succeed in Bootcamp Prep, take the practice test below. A score of six or higher means you’re ready to sign up, while five or lower means you need a handle on the basics first.
Students who complete a Bootcamp Prep
course are on average
more likely to be accepted in a Fullstack Academy program
than are students who don’t take Bootcamp Prep.*
Choose the Right Schedule for You
We offer three different versions of this course: weeklong, monthlong, and self-paced. All three options teach the same curriculum and include the same amount of instructional time but move at different paces and offer different learning environments.
Prep in a Week
Prep in a Month
4 nights a week for 3.5 weeks
Online course taught by Fullstack
founders David and Nimit!
Takes about 40 hours to complete
Sat–Sun (10am to 5pm)
Mon–Thu (6:40pm to 9:40pm)
Sat–Sun (10am to 5pm)
6:40pm to 9:40pm
|Learning Environment||Accelerated instruction||Instruction at a moderate pace||Instruction at your own pace|
|Group learning in a bootcamp setting||Group learning in a traditional class setting||Individualized learning in your own environment|
|Real-time help from Fullstack experts||Real-time help from Fullstack experts||Lecture and solution videos, plus related coding challenges|
*Please note that the cost of Bootcamp Prep will be fully refunded once you enroll in a full- or part-time program.
What You'll Learn
The curriculum for Bootcamp Prep includes lectures, workshops, pair programming, coding challenges, and a culminating project—many of the same elements you’ll find in our immersive programs, which is why Bootcamp Prep is great practice for ultimately enrolling in a coding bootcamp.
All our Bootcamp Prep courses (especially Prep in a Week) are demanding and intense. They are not for true beginners (anyone who has never written any code before), and we recommend them only for those who are actually considering attending a coding bootcamp like Fullstack Academy or the Grace Hopper Program.
Defining and invoking functions
Control flow, truthy/falsy, and loops
Multidimensional arrays and nested loops
Bootcamp Prep Online is
taught by Fullstack’s founders
How many bootcamp founders do you know who still teach regularly?
When you take Bootcamp Prep Online, you’ll be taught by Fullstack Academy cofounders David and Nimit, who each have more than 17 years’ worth of programming experience.
They worked together at Yahoo, built an educational games company with millions of players, cofounded and sold tech start-ups, and are now on your screen, teaching you to code… and sneaking in a dad joke or two.