How we train you to be a Full-Stack developer in 30 Weeks at Masai School

Masai School has trained 100+ people to become software developers at leading companies in 30 weeks. Here are some stories of our Alumni.

Meet Hassan, he hails from Tamil Nadu and is a Mechanical Engineer by degree, and a software engineer by profession who graduated in 2017.

Today Hassan works as SDE-1 (Software Development Engineer) at ShareChat. Inspite of coming from a non-CS background he learned to code in 30 Weeks.

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Meet Nikhil. An engineering dropout who went on to become a software developer at PayTM money. All of this in 30 weeks!

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Let’s explore what transpired and how someone can go from an absolute beginner to an employable individual with relevant skills and desired hands-on experience in 30 weeks.

But before that, let’s understand what it takes to be a full-stack developer.

Now the question is who is a Full-Stack developer?

A full-stack developer is someone who has knowledge about 2 very important aspects of how a website or a web-app functions -

  1. The front-end — This constitutes things and elements visible to the website visitor or user. It involves the color, the image placements, the little animations, and a lot of other aspects to it.Front-end plays a huge role in the fraternity of full-stack development because it has to be designed, iterated, and very well thought. It needs to be fast at the same time a pleasant experience to use. This makes front-end play a very vital role, and it’s important to take front-end very seriously.

Although it looks simple — It’s just front-end and back-end, there are a lot of things that a programmer should know before they are able to build fully functional websites, and web-apps.

Let’s have a look at what are the basic requirements for someone to become a full-stack developer who is employable.

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Batches starting on 19th October, ‘20
  1. Good functional knowledge of HTML, CSS, and some front-end frameworks such as Bootstrap.

Now imagine how challenging it can get to learn so much in half-an year? It is one thing to learn the basics of front-end development and back-end development, and another to be able to contribute towards building functional websites and web-apps.

There is an overload of information out there where an individual can teach themselves how to code, but there are 3 fundamental challenges that prevent them from taking that leap.

For anyone to go from zero to hero in the programming world, here’s what you might need apart from all the technical knowledge mentioned above. (If you’re trying to self-educate)

  1. It requires you to be DISCIPLINED — This is not limited to just the profession of programming, applies everywhere

Lack of appropriate action and deliberate practice is what often renders the wonderful resources available online not so useful for most of the candidates out there aspiring to be developers.

Let me give you an interesting insight -

“Companies are looking for good candidates as badly as people are looking for jobs as software developers”

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There is a huge-gap between the job seekers and the job-givers, and at Masai School our Full-Stack Development program is designed such that a beginner can learn to code and get employed as a software developer in 30 weeks!

Our military style program is intense -> 9 am to 9 pm 6 days a week.

  • We train with you everyday (9–9–6)

How is this possible you might ask? This is achieved through an ISA (Income Share Agreement) where our students pay us only when they get a job of 5LPA or more.

At Masai School, we have 100s of more stories of individuals who have taken the leap of faith to learn to code in a structured environment where our students undergo intense training to learn, practice, and solve a lot of problems.

If you’re someone who’s looking for an opportunity to fix your broken resume, you can apply for our Full Stack Development Program.

In 30 weeks we will train you and together we will see you transform to become a software developer.

Are you ready to take the leap of faith?

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