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Oct 30 - Dec 6, 2018

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Oct 27 - Dec 8, 2018

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HackerYou

At HackerYou, we’re on a mission to offer the best learning experiences for people who want to learn coding, design or other digital skills. Our recipe is a combination of hands-on, project based learning from industry-leading professionals. Our courses feature small classes and a 10:1 ratio of students to instructors, hosted at our custom-designed 12,000 square foot learning centre in downtown Toronto. With both full-time and part-time courses, we’re confident that HackerYou can fit into your life.

Student Reviews (29)

HackerYou

Great way to learn JavaScript and advance your skills as a developer!

Toronto •

Graduated From

Advanced JavaScript and jQuery

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

na

I just finished taking the Part-Time JavaScript course this fall and have found it to be an incredible experience that has really expanded my toolkit as a developer and solidified my love of coding/web development. I had previously taken the Web Develo

I just finished taking the Part-Time JavaScript course this fall and have found it to be an incredible experience that has really expanded my toolkit as a developer and solidified my love of coding/web development. I had previously taken the Web Development Fundamentals course at HY and decided that I wanted to learn some interactive skills and explore web development a bit more before committing to a career change, and I'm definitely glad that I did.

This course is very in-depth and does a great job of giving you a foundation in JavaScript, as well as various libraries, frameworks and developer tools. Although there was a lot to learn and every single class felt packed with content, the course was really well-paced, especially with the timing of the projects. You’re pretty much constantly doing exercises in class to solidify what you just learned, which is very helpful when dealing with something like JavaScript, where a lot of the concepts tend to be a bit more abstract and harder to wrap your head around immediately than HTML/CSS. This is definitely not a course where you can slack off and skip classes and expect to keep up, but if you really commit to learning and practicing the concepts introduced in each class, and use your projects as an opportunity to challenge yourself, you will come out with a really solid understanding of JavaScript and be primed to continue your learning as a developer - and hopefully have a few cool interactive sites/apps you’ve built to show off as well!

As pretty much everyone has mentioned, the environment at HackerYou is really conducive to learning to code. Our instructors were always incredibly knowledgeable, supportive and willing to help, while still encouraging us to think through issues we encountered and empowering us to think like developers and learn to debug our own work. I was fortunate to have some overlap in instructors for my Web Development and JavaScript courses and while I'm sad to no longer be learning under their guidance, I know that they will do an incredible job with all of their future students.

As someone going into the full-time bootcamp program this fall, I definitely feel a lot more confident knowing I have a solid foundation in JavaScript to build on. As other reviews have mentioned, I highly recommend taking this course prior to bootcamp, if that is the path you are interested in. However, regardless of your eventual path, there’s no doubt that this course will immerse you in the core concepts of JavaScript in a positive and productive learning environment, and set you up for success on your journey as a developer.

HackerYou

The Opportunity I Needed

Toronto •

Graduated From

Web Development Immersive

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Before HackerYou I was at a bank, doing a job that simply wasn’t the right fit for me. But through it, I used Excel primarily and realized I could use a programming language called Visual Basic to make some macro. It was then I realized how coding is

Before HackerYou I was at a bank, doing a job that simply wasn’t the right fit for me. But through it, I used Excel primarily and realized I could use a programming language called Visual Basic to make some macro. It was then I realized how coding isn’t as hard as I thought it was, and in fact I quite enjoyed it. On January 2018 I left my job, took the part-time beginner/advanced web development courses, then moving on to the full-time bootcamp.
I don’t think you can find a more supportive environment than HackerYou. I think Heather and her team has done an incredible job fostering the right culture and mindset. I believe almost anyone can succeed here as long as you follow the formula, and you’re not afraid to take that first step.

HackerYou

Part-time JS Fundamentals and Advanced

Toronto •

Graduated From

Advanced JavaScript and jQuery

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

na

As an HTML/CSS developer, I have often mulled over learning JavaScript. This past summer, I finally took the leap and enrolled in the part-time JavaScript Fundamentals and Advanced courses at HackerYou.

I chose HackerYou because my daughter is a

As an HTML/CSS developer, I have often mulled over learning JavaScript. This past summer, I finally took the leap and enrolled in the part-time JavaScript Fundamentals and Advanced courses at HackerYou.

I chose HackerYou because my daughter is an alumnus and I was a first-hand witness to her excellent learning experience when she did the Web Dev course. HackerYou prepared her well for a web development career and gave her confidence to step into the tech world. She enjoyed the HY community so much that after finishing the program, she went back to mentor in a few courses. 

Now, I can personally say that it was, indeed, an amazing learning experience! To start, HY is a very welcoming environment. Every HY staff I met was nice. My instructors and mentor (Jordan, Trudy, and Garrett) were knowledgeable and very accommodating; they always made sure no one got left behind in class. I liked the relaxed, but well-structured classes. I never felt uncomfortable asking questions.

The code-alongs were very engaging and I liked that they explained what each snippet of code does. I also learned a lot about the coding process—the analysis, the psuedocode, how to approach the solution, the valuable side comments, the real-world tips—things you don’t get when you do an online course. 

The projects allowed us to not only apply what we’ve learned but also to challenge ourselves by doing more than what was required. I was amazed at what I accomplished after only several classes into the course. It was definitely very fulfilling to have completed the final project (API)!

At the beginning of the course, I was worried that I might not be able to grasp JS at my age, especially because the lessons were fast-paced. I’m glad that I took the leap and challenged myself! It felt good to learn a new skill over the summer!

Now that the course is over, I plan to continue doing JS exercises and small personal projects. If I don’t get a chance to try my hand at JS at work, at least I can read and understand some of the code other developers wrote and learn from them. The many $, {}, (), [] aren’t foreign to me anymore!