Full-Stack Development Bootcamp Career Track

Break into and accelerate your tech career within weeks

  • Build job-ready project portfolio and showcase skills to develop both client and server software
  • Write code, learn hands-on with Cloud Labs and leverage immersive learning
  • Get guidance, feedback and technical assistance with 1-on-1 mentorship
  • 250,000 + Professionals trained
  • 250 + Workshops every month
  • 70 + Countries and counting

Become a skilled Full-Stack Developer

Designed to get you hired, this immersive learning coding bootcamp features best-in-class live training, learn-by-doing with Cloud Labs and 1-on-1 mentorship. Take this chance to build a solid foundation as you go from zero programming experience to acing your first interview with immediately demonstrable skills across several tools and technologies.

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Highlights

  • 80 Hours of Live Instructor-Led Sessions

  • 300 Hours of Hands-On with Cloud Labs

  • 840 Hours of On-Demand Self-Paced Learning

  • Weekly 1-on-1s with Mentor

  • Capstone Projects and Assignments

  • Assessments, Quizzes and More

Technologies you'll master hands-on

  • Linux Essentials
  • Git
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • React
  • Node.JS
  • Express
  • MongoDB
  • MySQL
  • REST API
  • DevOps
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Jenkins
  • AWS
  • Agile & Scrum
  • Jest

Full-Stack Developers are highly sought-after

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Modern web applications can require more than 20 different job functions. A developer who can traverse these job functions across the stack is highly valuable. Earn an average of $111,293 per year. Why limit yourself like a back-end developer who doesn’t know CSS, or a front-end developer who can’t write an SQL query? Gain expertise over multiple tools.

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Gain multiple skills readily adaptable across the full stack

Go Full-Stack !

The KnowledgeHut Advantage

The most effective project-based immersive learning experience

Immersive Learning

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  • On-demand videos
  • Guided hands-on exercises
  • Auto-graded assessments and recall quizzes
  • Assignments and projects

Learn by Doing

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  • Learn to code. By actually coding.
  • Get project-ready with work-like experiences.
  • Learn on the job, like devs in tech companies.

Cloud Labs

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  • Access fully provisioned dev environment.
  • Virtual machine spinned up in minutes.
  • Write code right in your browser.

Outcome-Focussed

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  • Get advanced learner insights.
  • Measure and track skills progress.
  • Identify areas to improve in.

Blended Learning

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  • On-demand, self-paced learning anytime.
  • One-to-one mentoring from industry experts.
  • Access to discussion forums, community groups.

The KnowledgeHut Edge

Professional-Grade Portfolio

Showcase your newly acquired full-stack skills to employers through a job-ready portfolio.

Made for Top Employers

Industry-validated curriculum made with inputs from our Software Engineering Advisory Board.

Flexible Schedules

Get the same tried-and-trusted full-time experience on a convenient and flexible schedule.

Go Beyond Full-Stack

Learn critical techno-managerial skills and ways to efficiently build professional projects.

Personalized Career Guidance

Build confidence with mock interviews, resumé guidance, career coaching and 1-on-1 guidance.

Continual Learning Support

Get resources like Webinars, e-books, tutorials, and articles to fuel a lifetime of learning.

Your path to becoming a skilled Full-Stack Developer

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Prerequisites

Prerequisites

  • A background in tech is NOT required.
  • Passion to learn, excel and succeed is mandatory. Leave the rest to us.

Who can attend the Bootcamp?

Freshers

Novices

Developers

IT Industry Professionals

Professionals in a tech adjacent role

Professionals from any industry

Tuition Fee and Training Options

What you’ll learn in the Bootcamp

1

Introduction

Learn fundamentals of programming, the world-wide web and its key stakeholders.

2

SDLC

Learn how to manage end-to-end SDLC using both traditional and agile methodologies.

3

Linux Essentials

Working in a Linux (*nix) environment, key commands, workflows and techniques.

4

Version Control

Master version controlling and managing code and assets using Git and GitHub.

5

HTML5 and CSS3

Learn all about building responsive websites using HTML5 and CSS3; discuss key HTML5 APIs and their use cases. 

6

JavaScript

Start with the basics; go on to work with loops, arrays and objects and level up with functions and more.

7

React

Learn React, including Hooks API, Server-Side Rendering, testable components, global state management etc.

8

Node.js and Express

How to build scalable, performant and dynamic server side applications and APIs with Node.js and Express.

9

MongoDB

NoSQL database design and implementation with MongoDb, integration with Node.js, CRUD operations.

10

MySQL

How to set up a database, schema, implement SQL queries with MySQL and integrate with Node.js apps.

11

RESTful APIs

Learn to build sophisticated RESTful APIs and learn all about handling authentication, versioning.

12

Microservices

Master microservices, including inter-service messaging and using AWS Lambda and API Gateway.

13

Software Testing

Gain in-depth knowledge of software testing, its principles, testing phases, automation and lots more.

14

Docker and Kubernetes

Containerize using Docker, orchestrate containers with Kubernetes using Amazon EKS, Google GKE.

15

CI/CD with Jenkins X

Build a continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, import a project and work with Jenkin X DevPods.

16

Agile and Scrum

Deep dive into Agile, Agile Project Management (APM) framework and Scrum and its building blocks.

Skills you’ll gain in Full-Stack Development Bootcamp Training

Build responsive websites using HTML5 and CSS3.

Create and deploy cool web apps using React and Redux.

Develop full-stack apps with MongoDB, React and Express.

Create containers with Docker and orchestrate with Kubernetes.

Practice version control and collaborate with Git and GitHub.

Build rich microservices using Node.js.

Safely model and store data with MySQL.

Deploy full-stack apps on AWS using CloudFormation.

Implement CI/CD setup using JenkinsX and AWS.

Develop an Agile mindset and contribute value to projects.

Tech Career Launch Prep

Get ready to apply all the skills you learn through the bootcamp to ace interviews and land your dream job as a Full-Stack developer. 

Career Planning and Coaching
  • Goal setting
  • Personalized career planning
  • Career coaching
Interview Preparation
  • Curated coding tests
  • Mock interviews
  • Interview analysis and feedback
Profile Review
  • Resumé, LinkedIn and GitHub
  • Industry best practices and guidelines
  • Tips to get noticed by recruiters
Transform Your Workforce

Scale up your technology talent

KnowledgeHut Bootcamps are comprehensive technical learning programs designed to generate maximum outcomes for talent to get productive in a product development environment.  

  • Curated technical curriculum for entry-level developers
  • Work-like product building experience with mentor guidance
  • Immersive learning with Cloud Labs
  • Customized Training Solutions tailored to business needs
Skill Up Your Tech Teams
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Bootcamp Curriculum

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Learning Objectives 

  • The genesis and evolution of the world wide web, its key stakeholders, and technologies. 
  • Fundamentals of computer programming including key concepts, architecture and more, 
  • The anatomy of a full-stack application
Topics  Play Video
  1. Fundamentals of Computers  
  2. The World Wide Web  
  3. People and Companies 
  4. Fundamentals of Computer Programming 

Learning Objectives 

  • How to manage end-to-end SEFLC using both traditional and agile methodologies. 
  • All about SEFLC - lifecycle, models and methodologies.  
  1. SDLC Introduction  
  2. Software Requirement and Specification   
  3. Software Architecture  
  4. Software Design   
  5. Software Implementation, Rollback, Cutover Strategies and Deployment  
  6. Software Testing  
  7. Traditional Software Development Models  
  8. New-Age Software Development Models 
  9. Deep Dive into Lean Methodology  
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Learning Objectives 

  • Working in a Linux (*nix) environment 
  • Using key commands, workflows, and techniques 
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  1. Introduction  
  2. Linux Command Line  
  3. Files and Directories  
  4. Creating and Editing Files  
  5. User, Group and Permissions  
  6. Other Essential Features  
  7. Process  
  8. Networking 
  9. Shell Scripting Fundamentals  
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Learning Objectives 

  • Embrace the power of version control and code management 
  • Learn to manage code and assets using Git and GitHub
  1. Introduction to Version Control with Git  
  2. Git from the Command Line 
  3. Everyday Git Commands 
  4. Git for Collaboration  

Learning Objectives

  • All about building responsive websites using HTML5 and CSS3
  • Key HTML5 APIs and their use cases
  1. Introduction to Web Development   
  2. Introduction to HTML   
  3. Forms and Inputs  
  4. Introduction to CSS  
  5. Advanced CSS  
  6. Transitions and Animations  
  7. Responsive Web design  
  8. Build a Project 
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Learning Objectives

  • JavaScript (ECMAScript 2020 and above), from basics, DOM Manipulation, Events to Object Oriented JavaScript 
  • Writing asynchronous JavaScript code
  1. Introduction to JavaScript   
  2. The Absolute Fundamentals   
  3. Variables and Values   
  4. Conditional Execution   
  5. Functions Essentials and more   
  6. Loops   
  7. Working with Arrays   
  8. Working with Objects   
  9. All about String    
  10. Date and Time   
  11. Working with Web Pages   
  12. Level up with Functions and More 
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Learning Objectives

  • How to build componentized JavaScript web applications and user interfaces including the Hooks API, server-side rendering, and writing testable components. 
  • Global state management and transitions in a React application using Redux.
  1. Introduction to React    
  2. Components    
  3. State and Props   
  4. Rendering Lists    
  5. Components Revisited    
  6. Building Forms    
  7. Render Props and Higher Order Components    
  8. Portals    
  9. Global and Shared Data   
  10. Hooks in Focus  
  11. Routing in a React App      
  12. Code Splitting    
  13. Isomorphic React    
  14. State Management using Redux    
  15. Testing Components   
  16. The React Ecosystem
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Learning Objectives

  • How to build scalable, performant and dynamic server-side applications and APIs with Node.js and Express. 
  • Using NPM for managing dependencies.
  1. Get started with Node.JS   
  2.  Interactive Node with REPL   
  3. Modular Programming and NPM   
  4. ECMAScript Modules - Introduction and Implementation   
  5. File System and Streams   
  6. Streams   
  7. Events   
  8. Network I/O   
  9. Web Servers and More   
  10. Debugging in NodeJS     
  11. Cluster and Worker Threads   
  12. Introduction to Express   
  13. Hello Express   
  14. Rendering   
  15. Middleware   
  16. Routing   
  17. Database Integration   
  18. Authentication, Controllers and APIs   
  19. Caching and Performance   
  20. Protecting Express apps   
  21. Deploying a Node and Express app on Heroku
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Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the role of middleware and writing your own middleware in Express applications 
  • Implementing MVC, routing and authentication in Express applications. 
  • NoSQL database design and implementation with MongoDb and its integration with Node.js applications using Mongoose 
  • Writing queries and performing CRUD operations with MongoDb
  1. Introduction to MongoDB    
  2. MongoDB Fundamentals   
  3. CRUD Operations   
  4. Schema Design and Modelling   
  5. Advanced Operations   
  6. Replication and Sharding   
  7. Administration and Security   
  8. MongoDB with other Applications  
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Learning Objectives

  • The virtues of a Relational Database Management System such as MySQL. 
  • Setting up a database, schema and implementing SQL queries with MySQL and its integration with Node.js applications.
  1. Getting Started with MySQL  
  2. Deep Dive into SQL Statements  
  3. Analytical SQL Queries    
  4. Joining Data from Multiple Data Sets    
  5. Advanced SQL Language Features  
  6. Using MySQL with Web Applications 
  7. Optimize Performance and Security of MySQL Queries 

Learning Objectives

  • All about RESTful APIs, handling authentication, versioning and more. 
  • Gain deep understanding of the OpenAPI 3.0 specification with Swagger tools.
  1. Introduction  
  2. Getting Started with REST  
  3. Request and Response  
  4. Handling Authentication  
  5. Open API 
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Learning Objectives

  • Gain a deep understanding of microservices architecture with Node.js. 
  • Learn about inter-service messaging using RabbitMQ.
  1. Introduction  
  2. Building Microservices  
  3. Inter-Service Messaging  
  4. Using AWS Lambda and Api Gateway 

Learning Objectives

  • Learn to integrate software testing in your development workflow.
  • Build error free, resilient and performant full stack applications.
  1. Fundamentals of Testing 
  2. Testing Principles 
  3. Test Phases and Testing Types 
  4. Introduction to Automation

Learning Objectives

  • Gain deep understanding of containerizing full stack applications using Docker. 
  • Learn all about container orchestration with Kubernetes. 
  • Learn to deploy Kubernetes clusters using Amazon EKS and Google GKE.
  1. Introduction to Docker  
  2. Docker Compose  
  3. Living with Images and Containers   
  4. Getting it Done Better with Compose   
  5. Docker Orchestration   
  6. Introducing Kubernetes    
  7. Deploying a Cluster    
  8. Get Acquainted with Pods   
  9. Get Familiar with Services and Ingress   
  10. Deployments    
  11. Putting it Together

Learning Objectives

  • Deploying applications on the AWS Cloud and orchestrating deployment using CloudFormation  
  • Learn to take advantage of AWS Developer and CI/CD services such as CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy and CodePipeline
  1. Introduction to AWS Platform and Services  
  2. AWS CloudFormation  
  3. AWS Developer Tools - CI/CD  
  4. AWS Microservices - Dockers and Kubernetes  
  5. Amazon EKS
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Learning Objectives

  • All about Continuous Integration / Continuous Development (CI/CD) with JenkinsX
  1. Introduction to Jenkins X  
  2. Installation and Configuration of Jenkins X  
  3. Jenkins X Quickstart Project  
  4. Import a Project to Jenkins X  
  5. Build Packs  
  6. Jenkins X DevPods
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Learning Objectives

  • Gain indepth knowledge of Agile, APM framework, Scrum and its building blocks, Monitoring and tracking and more
  1. Background to Agile  
  2. Agile Basics  
  3. Business Inputs  
  4. Agile Variants  
  5. APM Framework  
  6. Introducing Scrum  
  7. Scrum Building Blocks  
  8. Agile Estimation  
  9. Agile Planning  
  10. Monitoring and Tracking  
  11. Agile Metrics and Agile Tools  
  12. Scaling Agile 
  13. Careers in Agile

Frequently Asked Questions

Full-Stack Development Program

A Full-Stack is made up of the front-end that deals with the user interface, the back-end that deals with data validation, and the database that acts as storage—a repository of information from the front-end through the logic layer.

Each full-stack uses different tools, frameworks, and technologies. To become a Full-Stack developer, you need to acquire the skills to use the associated front and back-end languages, tools, and frameworks so you can create your own application from start to finish.

A full-stack developer designs and builds dynamic data driven websites and applications using a rich ensemble of technologies, techniques and workflows that serve both the end user and the back-end infrastructure. Full-Stack developers are always in-vogue and much sought after by both start-ups and the enterprise.

Every company today is a tech company, and demand is growing steadily for software engineers who can creatively solve problems and implement robust, sustainable solutions. In fact, 67% of the tech leaders surveyed in a KPMG and Harvey Nash study reported an inability to acquire the talent they need.

Regardless of your professional background, this bootcamp is a great way for you to break into and accelerate your future-proof career in tech.

You will boost your chances of getting hired with a lucrative pay package on successfully completing the Full-Stack Development Bootcamp. In addition, you will have diverse growth options in tech across industries and an increased scope of being part of game-changing tech projects, regardless of industry or geography.

A modern web application can require as many as 20 different job functions, if not more. For companies, hiring a skilled professional to work on each different web development stage can be more complex and expensive. As a full-stack developer, you’ll be able to navigate these job functions across the stack—a skillset highly valued by companies.

Here are some of the ways you will add value to companies as a Full-Stack developer. You can:

  • Get hands-on at any stage of a development project
  • Make a prototype rapidly
  • Assist your team members across the project
  • Help reduce the cost of the project
  • Help reduce the development time 
  • Better communicate with your team members across the stack
  • Switch between front-end and back-end development based on requirements
  • You’ll be better equipped to understand the various aspects of new and upcoming technologies.

On completing the Full-Stack Development bootcamp, you’ll be able to:

  1. Build responsive websites using HTML5 and CSS3.
  2. Build cool web apps using React and Redux.
  3. Develop and deploy full-stack apps with MongoDB, React and Express with Node.js.
  4. Build secure full-stack apps leveraging design and architectural patterns like REST.
  5. Create containers with Docker and orchestrate with Kubernetes. 
  6. Practice version control and collaborative software development with Git and GitHub.
  7. Build rich microservices using Node.js.
  8. Safely model and store data with MySQL.
  9. Deploy full-stack apps on AWS using CloudFormation.
  10. Implement CI/CD setup using JenkinsX and AWS.
  11. Cultivate an Agile mindset and contribute value to projects as a Scrum practitioner.

Along the way, you’ll put together a compelling professional-grade project portfolio that you can showcase to potential employers and collaborators.

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp will give you the tools needed to perform well in a variety of developer roles. Some examples of job titles that align with your new skills are:

  • Software Engineer
  • Full Stack Application Developer
  • Front-end Developer
  • Back-End Developer
  • Web Application Developer.

Does building out the infrastructure that powers and supports the many web, desktop, mobile and integrated applications in the world excite you? As a Full-Stack Web Developer, you’ll be the go-to person that companies rely on to build, support, and maintain their web applications.

If you’re looking for a way to break into the role of a full-stack developer and fast-track your tech career, this bootcamp is just what you need.

We've been around since 2011. Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp curriculum is industry-validated and developed with guidance from our Software Engineering Advisory Board.

Collectively, our team has taught over thousands of professionals, and we’ve found that the full-stack model really helps our students stand out from the pack.

By learning the fundamentals across multiple languages, you’ll gain agility, developing both your ability to program and your ability to learn new languages - a mission critical skill as a software developer. As long as you put in the work, our instructors and success team will be there to help.

Yes! As high as 70-80% of our students don't have coding experience when they enrol in our Full-Stack Development bootcamp. While many bootcamps declare that they don't require coding experience, one ends up facing many hurdles such as coding challenges or technical assessments while getting started.

At KnowledgeHut, you will not face any of these obstacles. We’re committed to teaching you, no matter where you start. The bootcamp is carefully designed in consultation with industry experts expressly to make sure that learners are transformed into developers with job-ready coding skills, regardless of where they start.

We know that full-time learning can be difficult to fit into a busy schedule. If you’re interested in making a tech career change but don’t want to give up your daytime commitments, join us part-time in our Flex format. Experience the best-in-class training that KnowledgeHut bootcamps are known for.

Absolutely! It really just depends on how motivated you are. Ultimately, you get out what you put in. And that's why we invest so much into our learners!

Here are a couple ways we support you: 

  1. Career planning and coaching
  2. In-depth interview preparation
  3. Profile reviews (your resumé, GitHub and LinkedIn profiles)

You’ll work individually with your career coach to understand the local job market and opportunities. With an impressive project-backed portfolio that you put together during the bootcamp along with the dedicated support from our career coaches, you’ll be well on your way to getting hired. 88% of our grads get a job within the first 6 months.

While the number of hours required for study would vary by person, our most successful students dedicated at least 35-40 hours per week to the full-time and 12-15 hours per week to the part-time bootcamp. If you feel your schedule does not permit this rigor consistently, you can opt for the self-paced program—you will have the option to dive deep or space out your study as per your schedule.

Be prepared to work hard and dedicate the required after-class hours each week to review course material and complete assignments. Our Bootcamp students also devote additional time to portfolio projects. Either way, our courses are designed to be rigorous and intensive, but, most of all, incredibly rewarding!

Yes, you can! With our Flex-Track part-time bootcamp designed for busy professionals with full-time work commitments. You can attend the live instructor-led sessions and catch up with the assignments and self-study during the week.

You will be expected to spend time working on assignments and projects outside of class hours each week, but the workload is designed to be manageable with a full-time job. If you need to miss a session or two, we offer resources to help you catch up. We recommend you discuss any planned absences with your instructor.

Should you find yourself struggling, just reach out to both your instructor and the KnowledgeHut support team. Together, we’ll do our absolute best to keep you on track and feeling confident about the learning.

Remember, becoming a skilled developer doesn’t come easy. While anyone can learn to code, grit and a growth mindset is what will get you there.

It’s up to you! Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp offers an immersive learning experience regardless of which training format you select.

With the full-time and part-time options, you’ll get access to expert instruction, learn-by-doing methodology, micro work-like experiences, hands-on exercises on Cloud Labs and real-world projects. With both options, you get the same rigour, at different paces.

With the self-paced program, you get access to on-demand videos, the learn-by-doing approach, micro work-like experiences, hands-on exercises on Cloud Labs and real-world projects—all at your own pace. Our Learning Advisors can help you on the best format for your personal circumstances and learning style.

If you’re looking to establish and fast-track your career in tech, this beginner-friendly bootcamp is for you. Anyone can take the course including:

  • Freshers
  • Novices
  • Anyone from any industry
  • Anyone from the IT industry
  • Anyone who’s held a tech-adjacent role
  • Developers

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp is a beginner-friendly programmer with no prerequisites, although many students have engaged in self-learning previously or have worked at tech startups or in tech-adjacent roles.

Whether you’re new to the field or you’re looking to formalise your practice, our curriculum helps you gain fluency in the programming languages, frameworks, and libraries that modern employers demand and put them to work on the path to a new career in tech.

Our Learning Advisors can discuss your background and learning goals to advise if this coding bootcamp is a good fit for you. 

Software Requirements

  • An IDE or a code editor like Microsoft VSCode, Sublime Text or similar
  • A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Firefox

System Requirements

  • Any workstation or laptop with Internet access, with at least 8Gb of RAM
  • An AWS and Google account
  • A code editor such as Microsoft VSCode 

Yes! Upon passing this course, you will receive a signed certificate of completion from KnowledgeHut. Thousands of KnowledgeHut alumni use their course certificate to demonstrate skills to potential employers along with their LinkedIn networks. KnowledgeHut’s tech programmes are well-regarded by many top employers, who contribute to our curriculum and partner with us to train their own teams.

As a full-stack developer, you're tasked with building a complete experience that includes all tiers of code and other infrastructure. The best way to demonstrate your skill and prowess is to create an epic full-stack application at the end of the program. A sample of projects that you can opt to create as your capstone project are listed below; we refresh this on a regular basis. 

1. Bookshelf (Social Network)

Build a social network dedicated to book fans. Go beyond reading reviews as you create your own bookshelf and get knowledge coins for demonstrating your prowess as you compete in exclusive trivial battles. 

2. Flixxit (Media Streaming Service)

Build a Netflix style media streaming service with movie catalogues, ratings, reviews and lots more. Create your own top 5 lists which you can share with friends and family on social media. 

3. WeThePeople (Crowdfunding Platform) 

Build a crowdfunding platform dedicated to helping people overcome genuine financial challenges such as medical emergencies/treatments, education, taking care of the elderly and animal welfare.  

4. Bowled (Nutrition Centric Food Delivery)

Build a unique food delivery platform that enables users to setup a nutrition profile with specific health related needs to bridge the gap with health-centric restaurants and nutritionists so that their specific needs are met. 

5. ScripVault (Investment and Trading)

Build a stock market and mutual fund advisory, investment and tracking platform that allows users to setup goal-oriented investment portfolios and track their progress on a daily basis. 

6. KnowledgeCube (Online Learning)

Build a unique online learning platform that enables anyone and everyone to create short 15-minute training courses. Users should be able to sign up as instructors, author and manage courses while learners should get the complete learning experience platform to play with. 

7. Cricshala (Cricket Scores and Games)

Build a platform for cricket enthusiasts where you can not only see real-time scores from ongoing matches but create your own teams of favourite players and compete against other users to see which team collectively scores the most runs in an ongoing match. 

8. BoxesToBiz (Customized Boxes Configurator and E-Commerce)

Build a unique platform that lets users configure and design boxes of all kinds. Let your users pick a size, customize the outer shells with custom logos, images and text and allow them to place a bulk order, with payment and order tracking. 

9. SchoolCool (Learning Management System)

Build a comprehensive learning management system for schools that allows students, parents and teachers to collaborate, share notes, homework, progress and more. 

10. YardSale (Online Marketplace and Auction)

Build a reverse auction platform where you look for old antiques and memorabilia and let interested sellers bid their way through to fulfilment. 

Throughout the bootcamp, you will compile a portfolio of solo and group projects designed to reinforce what you’ve learned in each module. Through the capstone, you'll gain the experience to build a professional-grade portfolio of projects from concept to completion, each mirroring real problems that engineers face — the best way to showcase the breadth of your technical skills to employers.

The projects will bring together your understanding of the full-stack architecture as you go from vision to deployment of a realistic full-stack application, encompassing all essential milestones that are encountered in a production setting.

A front-end developer builds dynamic user interfaces and applications that the end-user sees and interacts within a web browser. This side of the product is made using HTML, CSS and JavaScript including a host of other technologies.

On the other hand, a back-end developer handles application and business logic, database and deployment on the cloud. This backend system powers up the front-end application by providing data and other services.

A full-stack developer builds both the front-end applications as well as the back-end services, ultimately leading to deployment on the cloud. A full-stack developer is thus able to effectively work across multiple teams, ensuring strong cohesion across all facets of development and deployment.

Once you’ve mastered Full-Stack Development in this bootcamp, you can consider going deeper in:

  • Serverless functions with AWS, GCP and Azure
  • Integrating messaging bus and queue
  • Web application development using Angular and/or Vue.js
  • Learning Next.js framework 
  • Building APIs with Node.js and Loopback framework
  • Databases - PostgreSQL and MySQL
  • Building mobile applications using React Native

Bootcamp Experience

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp at KnowledgeHut is delivered through PRISM, our immersive learning experience platform, via three modes of delivery:

Fast-Track Blended Learning

Within weeks, we’ll turn you into a self-sufficient, versatile developer with all the critical skills for a long and healthy career in tech. Get the best of both worlds with live and interactive instructor-led training sessions along with the convenience and flexibility of self-paced learning. Collaborate and learn from the experience of your peers in real-world simulations, projects, and activities.

Flex-Track Blended Learning

If full-time learning is not a fit for you, you can get the same tried-and-trusted full-time experience on a part-time schedule. In weeks you will transition your tech career without quitting your day job. Get the same rigour, at a more suited pace. You will still get to collaborate and learn from the experience of your peers in real-world projects and collaborative activities.

On-Demand Self-Learning

With this flexible, self-paced course, you can learn conveniently at your own pace, whenever and wherever you choose. Spend as much time as you need on topics you find most difficult, pausing and replaying relevant segments of video as often as you need to. Benefit from the limitless educational possibility that comes with lifetime access. The entire courseware and all the features of our immersive learning experience platform will remain at your fingertips whenever you wish to refresh concepts and clear your doubts.

KnowledgeHut instructors represent the best and brightest web development professionals who combine in-depth knowledge as practitioners with a passion for nurturing the next generation of talent. The bootcamp instructors are industry-recognized experts with over 10 years of experience in Full-Stack development.

The Full-Stack Bootcamp program is structured in five parts—pre-bootcamp, bootcamp, capstone, career launch support and post-program support—to provide you with a completely immersive learning experience. The course itself features five milestones that go from absolute fundamentals of computing to covering critical facets of full-stack development, ending with process management skills. This tried-and-tested bootcamp structure has worked well with thousands of engineers we’ve helped upskill over the years. 

1. Pre-Bootcamp

  • Take a diagnostic assessment pre-bootcamp and benchmark your skill levels at the start of the program; this enables you to track and demonstrate your skills learning progression as you reach the end of the program.
  • Gear up with essential tech skills, which help lay a firm foundation for embracing the technologies and workflows that follow. These self-paced preparatory modules can be taken at your own pace but must be complete before the start of the bootcamp. You can also avail instructor-led sessions on these modules if you so require them. These skills also promote best practices as well as fundamental techno-managerial concepts.

2. Bootcamp

  • Join live and interactive instructor-led sessions right from within PRISM, our immersive learning experience platform with a state-of-the-art intelligent coding environment.
  • Experience immersive learning with Cloud Labs, guided hands-on exercises, assignments, auto-graded assessments, recall quizzes, real-world projects and much more

3. Capstone

  • The best way to demonstrate your prowess is to build a super cool web application that demonstrates your command on critical application development skills, from concept to completion.
  • Deploy your app on the cloud and publish on GitHub in an ultimate learn-by-doing immersive experience.  

4. Tech Career Launch Prep

  • Get ready to apply all the skills you learn through the bootcamp to ace interviews and land your dream job as a full-stack developer.
  • Take advantage of personalized career planning and coaching, mock interviews and analysis, and profile reviews across your resume, LinkedIn and GitHub.

5. Post-Program Support

  • We don’t just impart skills but also want to make sure that you implement them post the course. Make the best of continual learning support that you will receive.
  • We are always in touch with you through newsletterswebinars, events and next version training.

A unique feature of our Full-Stack Development bootcamp is the highly engaging, immersive learning you experience. You get to learn, practice, assess, get insights on your learning, and personalize your learning journey.

LEARN: Engaging self-learning videos, smart flashcards, interactive eBooks and recall quizzes help reinforce your learning. You also get to maximize your learning potential with collaborative social learning via discussion forums and group and one-to-one messaging.

PRACTICE: Access our Playground Labs during and after the course. Guided hands-on exercises will help you gain confidence and get productive from day one.

ASSESS: Assess your skills at every stage with a variety of questions ranging from multiple choice to code-based, completely auto-graded by the system. Assignments and projects within our inbuilt and intelligent development environment give you micro “work-like” experiences. Test your subject matter comprehension through diagnostic, module level and final assessments.

GET INSIGHTS: Based on your performance in the assessments, assignments, and projects, you gain deep insights on your progress, which help you identify areas you are good at and where you need to improve. All you need to do is follow recommendations and enhance your skill proficiency from where you are to where you want to get.

PRISM is KnowledgeHut’s state-of-the-art learning experience platform, designed to provide a highly engaging, immersive learning experience with you at the center of the learning.

PRISM supports all types of courses, including on-demand self-paced learning, blended learning, and live virtual classes. Here are some key features of the platform: 

  • Learners can watch videos, join live sessions directly, and even book 1 - 1 mentoring sessions with expert instructors easily, using a single dashboard. 
  • Integrated Practice Environment runs directly in the user’s browser, offering a complete set of development tools to allow learners to practice what they’ve learned.  
  • Feature-rich videos with detailed explanations are augmented by flash cards, interactive e-reading content and quick recall quizzes designed to strategically reinforce learning.  
  • Diagnostic, module-level and final assessments give learners valuable insights, allowing them to map and demonstrate their skills learning progression through the course. 
  • Learners get micro work-like experiences from auto-graded projects that help them learn on the job, much like developers in leading tech companies.  
  • Social Learning tools include a discussion board that features questions posted by other learners on the system and responses by both mentors and learners. Additionally, one-to-one and group messaging is also available.
  • Comprehensive reports give both organizations and learners a deep and thorough insight into skills progression.

Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp workshops are currently held online and anyone with a stable internet from anywhere across the world can make the best of this opportunity to establish a career in tech.

Schedules for our upcoming workshops for the Full-Stack Development Bootcamp can be found here.

You will receive a registration link from PRISM to your e-mail id. You will have to set your password, log in to our Immersive Learning Experience platform and start your learning journey.

Yes, Cloud/Practice Labs—a preconfigured development editor inbuilt into your learning space—will be available for your guided hands-on exercises, assignments, and practice during and post the training.

The playground labs are low-friction sandbox environments, offering the ability to get started without any installations in your local system. We have tried hard to ensure that practice labs simulate the developer experience. These in-browser solutions feature environments for working with all kinds of platforms including operating systems, coding languages, and more.

In this sandbox environment, you can feel free to run any command and experiment without the guidelines of a typical lab. The end goal is to increase the amount of practical, real-world experience you gain to get you completely work-ready on course completion.

You will be granted 300 hours of access to Cloud Labs to perform all your assignments and projects including your final capstone projects. Depending on the training mode you choose, you'll have between 6 and 8 months of access, as follows:

  • Flex-Track: 8 months
  • Fast-Track: 6 months
  • Self-Track: 8 months

Post the bootcamp, you'll retain lifetime access to all the self-learning material. Any unutilized hours on the Cloud Labs will be available for the periods specified above. Should you need additional hours of practice on the Cloud Labs, these will be available for purchase.

You will have lifetime access to the entire Self-Paced Learning material including on-demand videos, assessments, quizzes, ebooks/case studies and more.

You can attempt the recall quizzes any number of times. Assessments can be taken twice.

We currently use the Zoom platform for video conferencing and will soon be adding more integrations like Webex and Microsoft Teams. However, all the sessions and the recordings will be available right from within our learning platform.

Learners will receive instructions through PRISM notifications and will not need to wait for any external notifications or links.

Yes, there will be other participants actively participating in the class remotely. They can attend online training from office, home, or any other suitable place.

At KnowledgeHut, bootcamp students come from all walks of life but share one common mission: they are passionate about launching a career in tech by gaining an in-demand, technical skill set.

We have witnessed career-changes from diverse professional backgrounds, including sales, marketing, project management, finance, and many more. Most are aiming to secure jobs as software engineers or web developers, while others may be looking to combine past experience with a new skill set to enter more specialised roles.

In case of any queries, our support team is available to you 24/7 via the Help and Support section on PRISM. You can also reach out to your workshop manager on your workshop group messenger.

If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings from PRISM at any time. At the beginning of every session, there will also be a 10–12-minute recapitulation of the previous class.

Raise a ticket on PRISM or email us on support@knowledgehut.com and we’ll get right back to you.

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp

A front-end developer builds dynamic user interfaces and applications that the end user sees and interacts with in a web browser. This side of the product is made using HTML, CSS and JavaScript including a host of other technologies.

On the other hand, a back-end developer handles application & business logic, database and deployment on the cloud. This backend system powers up the front-end application by providing data and other services.

A full-stack developer on the other hand, builds both the front-end applications as well as the back-end services, ultimately leading to deployment on the cloud. A full-stack developer is thus able to effectively work across multiple teams, ensuring strong cohesion across all facets of development & deployment.

Every company today is a tech company, and demand is growing steadily for software engineers who can creatively solve problems and implement robust, sustainable solutions. In fact, 67% of the tech leaders surveyed reported an inability to acquire the talent they need.

Full-stack developers are always in vogue because of the tremendous value they add to the organization in terms of the wide array of skills that they bring along. Regardless of your professional background, this bootcamp is a great way for you to break into and accelerate your future-proof career in tech.  

By taking up our Full-Stack Development bootcamp, you will gain a wide array of skillsets that are guaranteed to turn you into an epic asset for any tech organization today. Armed with your new skills, you boost your chances of getting hired with a lucrative pay package and you also gain from the diverse growth opportunities that will come your way.

Modern web products are made up of a number of moving parts, each of which has to work with precision and in sync with the rest. This requires developers to don many hats across multiple teams. For companies, hiring individual experts across all these stages can be a pretty complicated and expensive. As a full-stack developer, you're equipped to navigate through these stages and teams effectively, thereby adding tremendous value to the organization. This naturally would be highly valued by companies.

A full-stack developer can add value in the following ways: 

  • Work across any and all teams from prototyping to deployment and management 
  • Build proof-of-concepts and even MVPs quickly 
  • Build user facing applications and interactive user experiences 
  • Your diverse skill set can help reduce the cost of the project as well as time to market 
  • You knowledge of the stack makes you a better communicator across the organization 
  • You can switch roles between front-end, back-end, DevOps and more easily 
  • You'll be perfectly equipped to contribute to decisions when it comes to embracing new tech

On completing the Full-Stack Development bootcamp, you’ll be able to: 

  1. Build responsive websites using HTML5 and CSS3. 
  2. Build cool web apps using React and Redux.
  3. Develop and deploy full-stack apps with MongoDB, React and Express with Node.js. 
  4. Build secure full-stack apps leveraging design and architectural patterns like REST. 
  5. Create containers with Docker and orchestrate with Kubernetes. 
  6. Practice version control and collaborative software development with Git and GitHub. 
  7. Build rich microservices using Node.js. 
  8. Safely model and store data with MySQL. 
  9. Deploy full-stack apps on AWS using CloudFormation. 
  10. Implement CI/CD setup using JenkinsX and AWS. 
  11. Cultivate an Agile mindset and contribute value to projects as a Scrum practitioner. 

Along the way, you’ll put together a compelling professional-grade project portfolio that you can showcase to potential employers and collaborators.

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp will give you the tools needed to perform well in a variety of developer roles. Some examples of job titles that align with your new skills are: 

  • Software Engineer 
  • Web Designer 
  • Full Stack Application Developer 
  • Front-end Developer 
  • Back-End Developer 
  • Web Application Developer 
  • and more 

Are you excited by the prospect of building exciting and innovative web applications and websites? Then all you need are rock solid full-stack development skills and that is where KnowledgeHut's Full Stack Development bootcamp comes into the picture. We've designed this program in such a way that even if you have no previous development or technical experience, you'll be able to kick start a brilliant career as a sought after full-stack developer.

We've been around since 2011. Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp curriculum is industry-validated and developed with guidance from our Software Engineering Advisory Board.

Collectively, our team has taught over thousands of professionals, and we’ve found that the full-stack model really helps our students stand out from the pack.

The core of the program is virtually one language - JavaScript and the rest of the ecosystem leverages your command on JavaScript to enable you to build and deploy sophisticated applications on the cloud. You really don't need to worry about learning a ton of languages in this bootcamp.

Yes! As high as 70-80% of our students don't have coding experience when they enrol in our Full-Stack Development bootcamp. While many bootcamps declare that they don't require coding experience, one ends up facing many hurdles such as coding challenges or technical assessments while getting started.

At KnowledgeHut, you will not face any of these obstacles. We’re committed to teaching you, no matter where you start. The bootcamp is carefully designed in consultation with industry experts expressly to make sure that learners are transformed into developers with job-ready coding skills, regardless of where they start. It covers essential fundamentals designed to get you started even if you come from a non-tech background. We only seek a passion and desire to learn and succeed. 

We know that full-time learning can be difficult to fit into a busy schedule. If you’re interested in making a tech career change but don’t want to give up your daytime commitments, you can select the Flex track for pursuing the bootcamp program. The Flex track has been designed keeping in mind working professionals who can only spare limited number of hours every week to study. Consequently this track features a unique blend of self-paced content and instructor led sessions on Saturdays that collectively ensure you get an awesome learning experience, and still be able to maintain a healthy, work-study-life balance.

Absolutely. It really just depends on how motivated you are! Ultimately, you get out what you put in. And that's why we invest so much into our learners! Here are a couple ways we support you:

1) Career Planning & Coaching 

  • Goal setting
  • Personalised career planning
  • Career coaching 

2) Interview Prep Content 

  • Curated coding tests
  • Mock interviews
  • Interview analysis and feedback

3) Profile Review 

  • Resume, LinkedIn and GitHub profile review 
  • Industry-tested profile guidelines 
  • Tips and hacks to get noticed by recruiters

You’ll work individually with your career coach to understand the local job market and scope out opportunities. With an impressive project-backed portfolio that you put together during the bootcamp along with the dedicated support from our career coaches, you’ll be well on your way to getting hired. 88% of our grads get a job within the first 6 months.

While the number of hours required for study would vary by person, our most successful students dedicated at least 70-90 hours per week to the full-time and 20-25 hours per week to the part-time bootcamp. If you feel your schedule does not permit this rigor consistently, you can opt for the self-paced program—you will have the option to dive deep or space out your study as per your schedule.

Be prepared to work hard and dedicate the required after-class hours each week to review course material and complete assignments. Our Bootcamp students also devote additional time to portfolio projects. Either way, our courses are designed to be rigorous and intensive, but, most of all, incredibly rewarding!

Yes, you can! With our Flex-Track part-time bootcamp designed for busy professionals with full-time work commitments. You can attend the live instructor-led sessions during the weekends and catch up with the assignments and self-study during the week.

You will be expected to spend time working on assignments and projects outside of class hours each week, but the workload is designed to be manageable with a full-time job. If you need to miss a session or two, we offer resources to help you catch up. We recommend you discuss any planned absences with your instructor.

Should you find yourself struggling, just reach out to both your instructor and the KnowledgeHut support team. Together, we’ll do our absolute best to keep you on track and feeling confident about the learning. The process of learning something new is always full of ebbs and flows and there will always be days when you just feel like quitting. However, in our experience, those are the trials by fire to an ultimately victorious outcome.

Remember, becoming a skilled developer doesn’t come easy. While anyone can learn to code, grit and a growth mindset is what will get you there.

It’s up to you! Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp offers an immersive learning experience regardless of which training format you select.

With the full-time (Fast Track) and part-time (Flex Track) options, you’ll get access to the expert instruction, learn-by-doing methodology, micro work-like experiences, hands-on exercises on Cloud Labs and real-world projects.

With the self-paced program, you get the same rigor—with on-demand videos, the learn-by-doing approach, micro work-like experiences, hands-on exercises on Cloud Labs and real-world projects—at your own pace. Our Learning Advisors can help you on the best format for your personal circumstances and learning style. 

If you’re looking to establish and fast-track your career in tech, this beginner-friendly bootcamp is for you. Anyone can take the course including: 

  • Freshers 
  • Novices 
  • Anyone from the IT industry 
  • Anyone who’s held a tech-adjacent role 
  • Developers 
  • Web Designers 
  • Virtually anyone with a passion to learn and succeed 

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp is a beginner-friendly programme with no prerequisites, although many students have engaged in self-learning previously or have worked at tech startups or in tech-adjacent roles.

Whether you’re new to the field or you’re looking to formalise your practice, our curriculum helps you gain fluency in the programming languages, frameworks, and libraries that modern employers demand and put them to work on the path to a new career in tech.

Our Learning Advisors can discuss your background and learning goals to advise if this program is a good fit for you. 

Software Requirements

  • An IDE or a code editor like Microsoft VSCode, Sublime Text or similar
  • A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Firefox

System Requirements

  • Any workstation or laptop with Internet access, with at least 8Gb of RAM 
  • An free AWS and Google account may also be needed for some portions of the program 
  • A code editor such as Microsoft VSCode 

Yes! Upon passing this course, you will receive a signed certificate of completion from KnowledgeHut. Thousands of KnowledgeHut alumni use their course certificate to demonstrate skills to potential employers along with their LinkedIn networks. KnowledgeHut’s tech programs are well-regarded by many top employers, who contribute to our curriculum and partner with us to train their own teams.

As a learner, you'll be able to build and practice your skills on a number of real world scenarios and project outlines. Here is a list of some of the projects that you can choose to work on, as a part of your program capstone.

Bookshelf
Social Network
Build a social network dedicated to book fans. Go beyond reading reviews as you create your own bookshelf and get knowledge coins for demonstrating your prowess as you compete in exclusive trivial battles.
Flixxit
Media Streaming Service
Build a Netflix style media streaming service with movie catalogues, ratings, reviews and lots more. Create your own top 5 lists which you can share with friends and family on social media.
WeThePeople
Crowdfunding Platform
Build a crowdfunding platform dedicated to helping people overcome genuine financial challenges such as medical emergencies/treatments, education, taking care of the elderly and animal welfare.
Bowled
Nutrition Centric Food Delivery
Build a unique food delivery platform that enables users to setup a nutrition profile with specific health related needs to bridge the gap with health centric restaurants and nutritionists so that their specific needs are met.
ScripVault
Investment & Trading
Build a stock market and mutual fund advisory, investment and tracking platform that allows users to setup goal-oriented investment portfolios and track their progress on a daily basis.
KnowledgeCube
Online Learning
Build a unique online learning platform that enables anyone and everyone to create short 15-minute training courses. Users should be able to sign up as instructors, author and manage courses while learners should get the complete learning experience platform to play with.
Cricshala
Cricket Scores & Games
Build a platform for cricket enthusiasts where you can not only see real-time scores from ongoing matches but create your own teams of favourite players and compete against other users to see which team collectively scores the most runs in an ongoing match.
BoxesToBiz
Customized Boxes Configurator & E-Commerce
Build a unique platform that lets users configure and design boxes of all kinds. Let your users pick a size, customize the outer shells with custom logos, images and text and allow them to place a bulk order, with payment and order tracking.
SchoolCool
Learning Management System
Build a comprehensive learning management system for schools that allows students, parents and teachers to collaborate, share notes, homework, progress and more.
YardSale
Online Marketplace & Auction
Build a reverse auction platform where you look for old antiques and memorabilia and let interested sellers bid their way through to fulfilment.


We keep evolving this list from time to time so you're always learning something new. Besides these, our program is full of micro-projects and several realistic case study based exercises, designed to give you a realistic work like experience during the program. These projects essentially mirror real problems that engineers face — that allows you to showcase the breadth of your technical skills to employers. You will be able to bring together your understanding of the full stack architecture as you go from vision to deployment of a realistic full stack application, encompassing all essential milestones that are encountered in a production setting.

Throughout the bootcamp, you’ll also compile a portfolio of solo and group projects designed to reinforce what you’ve learned in each module. Gain hands-on experience building and deploying front-end, back-end and full-stack applications with a variety of languages and frameworks.

A front-end developer builds dynamic user interfaces and applications that the end-user sees and interacts within a web browser. This side of the product is made using HTML, CSS and JavaScript including a host of other technologies such as the React library.

On the other hand, a back-end developer handles application and business logic, database and deployment on the cloud. This backend system powers up the front-end application by providing data and other services.

A full-stack developer builds both the front-end applications as well as the back-end services, ultimately leading to deployment on the cloud. A full-stack developer is thus able to effectively work across multiple teams, ensuring strong cohesion across all facets of development and deployment.

Once you’ve mastered Full-Stack Development in this bootcamp, you can consider going deeper in:  

  • Serverless functions with AWS, GCP and Azure 
  • Integrating messaging bus and queue 
  • Web application development using Angular and/or Vue.js 
  • Learning Next.js framework  
  • Building APIs with Node.js and Loopback framework 
  • Databases - PostgreSQL and MySQL 
  • Building mobile applications using React Native 

Individuals can try out KnowledgeHut’s immersive learning experience using a free trial. You have 14 days or 30% access, whichever comes first, to the course you’ve started the free trial for. This includes all the features of the platform, including on-demand videos, limited hours of Cloud Labs, auto-graded assessments, interactive eBooks, recall quizzes and advanced learning insights.

Bootcamp Workshop Experience

The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp at KnowledgeHut is delivered through PRISM, our immersive learning experience platform, via three modes of delivery:

Fast-Track Blended Learning:

Within weeks, we’ll turn you into a self-sufficient, versatile developer with all the critical skills for a long and healthy career in tech. Get the best of both worlds with live and interactive instructor-led training sessions along with the convenience and flexibility of self-paced learning. Collaborate and learn from the experience of your peers in real-world simulations, projects, and activities.

Flex-Track Blended Learning:

If full-time learning is not a fit for you, you can get the same tried-and-trusted full-time experience on a more relaxed schedule designed with working professionals in mind and featuring a unique blend of self-paced content and instructor led training on weekends. In weeks you will transition your tech career without quitting your day job. Get the same rigor, at a more suited pace. You will still get to collaborate and learn from the experience of your peers in real-world projects and collaborative activities.

On-Demand Self-Learning:

With this flexible, self-paced course, you can learn conveniently at your own pace, whenever and wherever you choose. Spend as much time as you need on topics you find most difficult, pausing and replaying relevant segments of video as often as you need to. Benefit from the limitless educational possibility that comes with lifetime access. The entire courseware and all the features of our immersive learning experience platform will remain at your fingertips for life, whenever you wish to refresh concepts and clear your doubts.

KnowledgeHut instructors represent the best and brightest web development professionals who combine in-depth knowledge as practitioners with a passion for nurturing the next generation of talent. The bootcamp instructors are industry-recognized experts with over 10 years of experience in Full-Stack development. 

The Full-Stack Bootcamp is made up of three zones, collectively covering nine milestones of study. The first milestone, a portion we call Pre-Bootcamp is designed with non-techies and freshers in mind and covers fundamental skills designed to align a learner for the core of the bootcamp program.

The bootcamp program follows and includes everything from self-paced content such as videos, interactive flashcards, reading content, guided hands-on exercises and assignments on our interactive Cloud Labs feature, assessments, recall quizzes, projects and expert instructor led workshops and interaction sessions.

The final phase, the post-bootcamp phase is designed to help you polish your portfolio, resume and people skills including interview prep and lots more. Overall,

A unique feature of our Full-Stack Development bootcamp is the highly engaging, immersive learning you experience. You get to learn, practice, assess, get insights on your learning, and personalize your learning journey.

LEARN: Engaging self-learning videos, smart flashcards, interactive eBooks and recall quizzes help reinforce your learning. You also get to maximize your learning potential with collaborative social learning via discussion forums and group and one-to-one messaging.

PRACTICE: Access our Playground Labs during and after the course. Guided hands-on exercises will help you gain confidence and get productive from day one.

ASSESS: Assess your skills at every stage with a variety of questions ranging from multiple choice to code-based, completely auto-graded by the system. Assignments and projects within our inbuilt and intelligent development environment give you micro “work-like” experiences. Test your subject matter comprehension through diagnostic, module level and final assessments.

GET INSIGHTS: Based on your performance in the assessments, assignments, and projects, you gain deep insights on your progress, which help you identify areas you are good at and where you need to improve. All you need to do is follow recommendations and enhance your skill proficiency from where you are to where you want to get.

PRISM is KnowledgeHut’s state-of-the-art learning experience platform, designed to provide a highly engaging, immersive learning experience with you at the center of the learning.

PRISM supports all types of courses, including on-demand self-paced learning, blended learning, and live virtual classes. Here are some key features of the platform: 

  • Learners can watch videos, join live sessions directly, and even book 1 - 1 mentoring sessions with expert instructors easily, using a single dashboard. 
  • Integrated Practice Environment runs directly in the user’s browser, offering a complete set of development tools to allow learners to practice what they’ve learned.  
  • Feature-rich videos with detailed explanations are augmented by flash cards, interactive e-reading content and quick recall quizzes designed to strategically reinforce learning.  
  • Diagnostic, module-level and final assessments give learners valuable insights, allowing them to map and demonstrate their skills learning progression through the course. 
  • Learners get micro work-like experiences from auto-graded projects that help them learn on the job, much like developers in leading tech companies.  
  • Social Learning tools include a discussion board that features questions posted by other learners on the system and responses by both mentors and learners. Additionally, one-to-one and group messaging is also available. 
  • Comprehensive reports give both organizations and learners a deep and thorough insight into skills progression. 

Our Full-Stack Development Bootcamp workshops are currently held online and anyone with a stable internet from anywhere across the world can make the best of this opportunity to establish a career in tech.

Schedules for our upcoming workshops for the Full-Stack Development Bootcamp can be found here.

Yes, Cloud/Practice Labs—a preconfigured development editor inbuilt into your learning space—will be available for your guided hands-on exercises, assignments, and practice during and post the training.

The playground labs are low-friction sandbox environments, offering the ability to get started without any installations in your local system. We have tried hard to ensure that practice labs simulate the developer experience. These in-browser solutions feature environments for working with all kinds of platforms including operating systems, coding languages, and more.

In this sandbox environment, you can feel free to run any command and experiment without the guidelines of a typical lab. The end goal is to increase the amount of practical, real-world experience you gain to get you completely work-ready on course completion.

You will be granted 300 hours (The Full-Stack Development Bootcamp) of access to Cloud Labs to perform all your assignments and projects including your final capstone projects. Depending on the training mode you choose, you'll have between 6 and 8 months of access, as follows: 

  • Flex-Track: 8 months 
  • Fast-Track: 6 months 
  • Self-Track: 8 months 

Post the bootcamp, you'll retain access to the platform and the learning material for life. Any unutilized hours on the Cloud Labs will be available for the periods specified above. Should you need additional hours of practice on the Cloud Labs, these will be available for purchase. 

We currently use the Zoom platform for video conferencing and will soon be adding more integrations like Webex and Microsoft Teams. However, all the sessions and the recordings will be available right from within our learning platform.

Learners will receive instructions through PRISM notifications and will not need to wait for any external notifications or links. 

You will receive a registration link from PRISM to your e-mail id. You will have to set your password, log in to our Immersive Learning Experience platform and start your learning journey.

Yes, there will be other participants actively participating in the class remotely. They can attend online training from office, home, or any other suitable place.

At KnowledgeHut, bootcamp students come from all walks of life but share one common mission: they are passionate about launching a career in tech by gaining an in-demand, technical skill set.

We have witnessed career-changes from diverse professional backgrounds, including sales, marketing, project management, finance, and many more. Most are aiming to secure jobs as software engineers or web developers, while others may be looking to combine past experience with a new skill set to enter more specialised roles.

In case of any queries, our support team is available to you 24/7 via the Help and Support section on PRISM. You can also reach out to your workshop manager on your workshop group messenger.

If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings from PRISM at any time. At the beginning of every session, there will also be a 10–12-minute recapitulation of the previous class.

Unlimited number of attempts are permitted for quizzes. Assignments can be retaken for the specified number of attempts.

Raise a ticket on PRISM or email us on support@knowledgehut.com and we’ll get right back to you.

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