Project-Based Full Stack Software Engineer Bootcamp

Master Full-Stack Development and Land a Software Engineer Job

Start your journey as a Software Engineer in your dream product company today!

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Launch Your Software Engineer Career Today

Level up your career and gear up to land a tech job in top product companies as a skilled Software Engineer. Our hands-on Bootcamp provides guidance from world-class software engineering instructors with extensive industry experience. Get proficient in front-end, back-end, and database programming tools, and technologies that are essential to becoming a skilled, in-demand full-stack developer.

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Program Highlights

  • 400+ Hours Live Instructor-Led Sessions

  • 90 Hours of On-Demand Content 

  • 500+ Hours of Cloud Labs Support 

  • 13 Work-Like Projects and Case Studies  

  • 10 Personalized Mentorship Sessions 

  • 100 Hours of Doubt Resolution Sessions 

  • 3 Hackathons and 5 Mock Interviews 

  • 6 Webinars and Masterclasses by Experts 

Tools and Technologies You'll Master

  • Mongo DB logo
  • Linux Essentials
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • React
  • MongoDB
  • MySQL Tools- New
  • GitHub-New
  • React Router- New
  • Redux- New
  • Parcel- New
  • Webpack- New
  • Microsoft VSCode- New
  • New

Leverage the High Demand for Skilled Software Engineers

benefits of Software Engineering Bootcamp

Today, technology has permeated every sphere of our lives. From media streaming services to food delivery, there's an application for almost every product/service you can think of. That's why engineers who can design innovative software are in high demand and can earn as much as $1,13,732 per year on average. You too can become one of them.

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The KnowledgeHut Advantage

The most effective project-based immersive learning experience

Immersive Learning

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

Learn by Doing

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

Cloud Labs

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


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

Blended Learning

  • On-demand, self-paced learning anytime.
  • Code review sessions by experts.
  • Access to discussion forums, community groups.
prerequisites for Software Engineering Bootcamp


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or any IT-Related field 
  • Good knowledge of programming languages, preferably Python
  • Learners need to pass a 45-minute test to get accepted into the program

What You Will Learn

Software Development Lifecycle

Understand the different stages involved in the Software Development Lifecycle

Java and Version Control

Learn programming in Java and how to perform version control with Git and GitHub    

Software Development Concepts

Understand the SDE including operating systems, design patterns, and computer networks

Data Structures and Algorithms

Understand data structures, programming, and data manipulation. Practice concepts with coding challenges

System Design

Discover software design principles with the help of examples and case studies

Full Stack Development

Learn to with diverse types of databases, frontend elements, and backend architecture

Who Should Attend the Software Engineering Bootcamp


Testing Engineers

Quality Analysts

IT Administrators

Database Administrators

IT Service Managers

Project Managers

Computer Science Graduates

Professionals from Computer Science Background

Tech Career Launch

Get ready to apply all the skills you learn through the bootcamp to ace interviews and land your dream job as a Software Engineer.

Career Planning and Coaching
  • Goal-Setting 
  • Personalized Career Planning
  • Career Coaching
Interview Preparation
  • DSA and System Design 
  • Hackathons, Mock Interviews
  • Interview Analysis and Feedback
Dedicated Job Support
  • Target Software Developer Roles
  • Resume, LinkedIn, GitHub Review
  • Comprehensive Placement Assistance
Transform Your Workforce

Ramp Up Your Software Talent

KnowledgeHut Bootcamps are immersive technical learning programs designed to build proficiency in both landing top tech jobs and getting productive and driving results right from day one. 

  • Curated technical curriculum for entry-level developers 
  • Real-world product building experience with expert guidance 
  • Immersive learning with Cloud Labs 
  • Customized training solutions tailored to business needs 

500+ Clients



  • Traditional Server Architecture
  • Frontend
  • Backend
  • Full Stack
  • Good Read – Different Types of Roles


  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Development
  • Testing
  • Integration
  • Maintenance


  • Introduction and Benefits
  • Data Types
  • Loops, Conditionals, and Other Essentials
  • Java Class, Methods and Objects
  • Recursion
  • Enums, Interfaces and Abstract Classes
  • Basics of OOPS – Polymorphism and Interface
  • Arrays and Strings
  • Collection Framework
  • Advanced – Multi Threading/Concurrency, Lambda Functions


  • Version Control 
  • Install and Set Up Git 
  • Local Git Repository 
  • Tracking Changes to Files 
  • Managing Project History 
  • Committing, Branching, and Merging 
  • GitHub 
  • Pull Requests 
  • Merging Changes 
  • Review and Resolve Merge Conflicts 
  • GitHub for Project Collaboration and Documentation 
  • Role of Git in a Typical Software Development Workflow


  • Threads and Process, CPU Scheduling
  • Process Synchronisation, Deadlock
  • Memory Management
  • Disk Management, Disk Scheduling


  • Introduction to Design Pattern


  • What’s IP, Ports and Sockets
  • TCP and UDP
  • OSI and TCP/IP Layers
  • Security Essentials – Firewall, VPN, NAT Theory


  • Introduction to Data Structures (Arrays, Stacks, Linked Lists, Trees etc)
  • Introduction to Basic Algorithms (Sorting, Hashing, Search)
  • Time and Space Complexity


  • Time and Space Complexity
  • Arrays
  • Binary Search
  • Sorting
  • Bit Manipulation
  • Coding Challenge – I
  • Math
  • Linked List
  • Stacks and Queue
  • Hashing
  • Tree
  • Heaps
  • Coding Challenge – II
  • Greedy Algorithm
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Coding Challenge – III
  • Backtracking
  • Graph
  • Coding Challenge – IV


  • SOLID Design Principles
  • LLD Examples – Parking Lot, Coffee Machine
  • HLD Concepts
  • Case Studies


  • Understanding Databases
  • Relational Databases- Theory
  • MySQL
  • NoSql
  • MongoDB
  • Fitment in various architectures
  • CAP theorem (Cover Eventual Consistency as well here while explaining individual terms


  • Learning Spring Boot
  • Software Architecture Patterns (What It Is, When and Where To Use)
  • Caching
  • DevOps


  • HTML5 and CSS3
  • HTML 5
  • CSS Frameworks (SASS and Tailwind)
  • JavaScript
  • React + React Router + Redux
  • Module Bundlers
  • Micro Frontends – Theory
  • Accessibility – Theory


  • Communication Skills
  • Behavioural Interview Preparation
  • Resume and LinkedIn Profile
  • Referrals
  • Art of Keeping Interviewer Engaged
  • Interview Strategy
  • Time Management
  • Salary Negotiation

Frequently Asked Questions

Software Engineering Bootcamp

Software engineers are in high demand. Delivering value to customers depends on how good a product an organization can build. They also need to be able to address challenges quickly and respond to the market demand by providing value. With the software engineering bootcamp you can acquire the key skills that you would need to become a successful software engineer. 

During this bootcamp you will gain a wide variety of skills that include: 

  • Different types of data structures, such as arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, and trees 
  • Trade-offs associated with different data structures, such as their performance and space complexity 
  • Choosing the appropriate data structure for a given task 
  • Manipulating data structures, such as inserting and deleting elements or searching for a particular element 
  • Principles of algorithm design and analysis 
  • Implementing algorithms in code 
  • Debugging and testing algorithms to ensure they are correct 
  • Understanding how to decompose a large system into smaller, more manageable components 
  • Designing a system to handle failures and meet the needs of users in terms of performance, security, and reliability 
  • Designing a system to be flexible and able to accommodate changes and future growth 
  • yourself with tools and technologies that can be used to build and deploy a system 
  • HTML and CSS for structuring and styling content 
  • JavaScript for adding interactivity to web applications 
  • DOM manipulation and understanding how the front-end and back-end communicate 
  • Responsive design techniques to make web applications work well on a variety of devices 
  • User experience (UX) design principles to make web applications easy and enjoyable to use 
  • Tools for testing and debugging front-end code 
  • Version control with tools like Git and GitHub 
  • Server-side programming languages, such as Python, Ruby, or Java 
  • Working with databases and data storage solutions, such as MySQL, MongoDB, or Redis 
  • Building and consuming APIs 
  • Server-side frameworks, such as Django, Rails, or Laravel 
  • Deployment and scaling of web applications 
  • Security best practices 
  • Testing and debugging 

On completing this bootcamp you will become eligible to take up roles like: 

  • Software engineer: Developing software applications using a variety of languages and technologies, including both front-end and back-end components. 
  • Web developer: Designing and building web applications using languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as server-side technologies like PHP, Ruby, or Python. 
  • Front-end developer: Building the user interface and client-side logic of a web application using technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. 
  • Back-end developer: Developing the server-side components of a web application, including the logic and database interactions. 
  • Full-stack engineer: Working on both the front-end and back-end of a web application, with a focus on the integration between the two. 

Yes, we have planned our bootcamp in a way that even if you have a full-time job, you would be able to attend classes and complete the bootcamp in your free time. You can opt between weekday or weekend batches.

There is also a portion of the curriculum that is self-paced whi9ich you can cover at your convenience.

Following are the minimum requirements you will need to attend this bootcamp. 

Software Requirements 

  • A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge Opera, Safari or Firefox 

Hardware Requirements 

  • Any workstation or laptop with Internet access, with at least 8Gb of RAM 

Bootcamp Experience

Our bootcamps are offered through an immersive learning platform called PRISM.

There are also flexible self-learning portions available to learners that can be accessed at any time.

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 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 other 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. 

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. 

Depending on the training option that you choose for the Full Stack Development Course, you’ll be granted 400 to 500 hours of access to the Cloud labs where you can perform all your assignments and projects including the capstone projects.

Post the web development training, you will retain access to the platform, the learning material, and any unutilized hours on the Cloud labs. The entire courseware and all the features of the platform, along with the unutilized hours for the full stack online course will be available to you for life. 

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.   

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. 

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