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Next Cohort: Jun 10-Jun 14
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Learn to navigate the product cycle, from evaluating users and analyzing competitors to creating a minimum viable product (MVP) and developing success metrics. Learn how to identify risks and opportunities at every stage of the process to lead a product’s creation. You’ll go hands-on every step of the way, to build and present a product roadmap.
Bitmaker’s Product Management course will enable you to:
- Understand your customer: Your product can’t succeed without finding “product /market fit” – but how do you achieve it? Learn to identify and distill user personas through research.
- Design your product and its roadmap: From prioritizing features to creating wireframes, your product plan must include both the big picture and little details. Bring it all together with a roadmap to implementation.
- Develop an MVP: Before you head down the wrong path, get your product into the hands of users with a minimum viable product (MVP).
- Communicate your plan: You’ll have both internal and external stakeholders who need to buy into and understand your plan. Learn best practices to articulate and pitch your vision.
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Next Cohort: Jun 10-Jun 14
Student Reviews (11)
I'd always been interested in programming and computer science, but taking another 4-year university degree wasn't an option. After talking to friends who work in tech, I found out about Bitmaker, and decided to quit my job and enroll in the 3-month fu...
I'd always been interested in programming and computer science, but taking another 4-year university degree wasn't an option. After talking to friends who work in tech, I found out about Bitmaker, and decided to quit my job and enroll in the 3-month full-time web development program.
The pace was fast there was a huge amount of material covering all aspects of web development. The lectures were of excellent quality and the knowledgeable and experienced instructors were be available most of the day whenever you needed them. The course teaches you the popular languages and frameworks but the emphasis is on teaching you the skills and tools you need to learn things on your own, reflective of real-life scenarios. Site visits to tech companies and guest lectures provided excellent insights into the industry. Lastly, but probably most importantly, the part of the curriculum focusing on career strategies will teach you the most effective job-finding strategies, including networking, applications, and interviews -- IF you're willing to put in the work!
Overall an amazing experience that helped me start a new career as a software developer.
I thoroughly enjoyed the program at Bitmaker General Assembly. The 10-week part time course was the perfect addition to my current skill-set as a graphic designer. The course was paced really well and the instructors were very approachable and understa...
I thoroughly enjoyed the program at Bitmaker General Assembly. The 10-week part time course was the perfect addition to my current skill-set as a graphic designer. The course was paced really well and the instructors were very approachable and understanding of our issues. The content covered was excellent as well. I definitely recommend this class if you're a designer like myself who wants to add user experience as part of their skill set. Ultimately the course is about what you bring to it. If you're willing to put the time and effort into it you're going to get a lot out of it.
Do you provide financing?
We work with some great partners to provide financing options to our students, including a 6-month deferred payment option that allows students to make no payments until after completing the course. Qualifying applicants can: Cover your total course fees; choose a term of up to 60 months; or pay early with no penalties. Traditional term loans are also available.
What do I leave the course with? What will I have accomplished?
By the end of the course you’ll have completed several individual and group projects, culminating in one primary portfolio project. Your portfolio project is your main showpiece that you will complete during the final two weeks of the course, but all assignment work can also be expanded and leveraged when demonstrating your skills and learning curve to prospective employers. You’ll have become friends with your amazing classmates and cultivated relationships with incredible mentors. If you make the most of the career support and networking opportunities, you’ll also leave the course with a network that will help you get started. This course will help you develop foundational skills to enable you to continuously learn and add new skills. Every new job, even within the same technology set, requires developers to relearn many skills. You’ll be prepared with the core knowledge you need to make these leaps.
What post-program support does Bitmaker General Assembly offer?
We offer extensive career support after the program, which includes a demo day showcasing your portfolio projects. Our career support team is here to mentor you as you are searching work and help you get your foot in the door with warm introductions to our extensive network of partners. Additionally, we offer alumni office hours to Web Development graduates in order to provide support as you continue to learn new skills. Our doors will always be open to alumni and we want to help them success however we can.
Can I get to Bitmaker General Assembly by way of public transit?
Our downtown Toronto campus is located at 220 King St West, which is very close to St. Andrew Station and the King streetcar. We’re also a 15-minute walk from Union Station if you are commuting on the GO network.