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Learning to code is one thing. Becoming a developer is a whole other ball-game. At Lighthouse Labs our goal is to take you from hobbyist to professional and be the launchpad for your career.
This is what you’ll be able to accomplish as a Lighthouse Labs grad:
We created DevClout which allows developers to compare their score with friends, know their rankings among them and see where they stand on the leaderboard.
Tournamentor is a bracket management app built for eSports/competitive gaming, and serves to replace large tablets and laptops that tournament organizers usually run around with, and puts it on their phone.
I came up with the idea for Smoree when I was going through my junk emails. I realized that a lot of instructors that I’ve previously taken classes with would always send me lengthy promotion emails that I never read.
We wanted to build a real-time application and challenge our learning abilities by using technologies that were not covered in the bootcamp. A game fit the bill, as we had mostly covered CRUD applications. It was a great experience because it made us think about our application in an entirely different way.
At Lighthouse Labs we believe that coding is a craft and it’s our mission to help you become a master. After an intense and accelerated 8 weeks of in-person training, 4 weeks of remote prep work and tons of mentorship, you’ll be ready to translate concepts, breakdown problems, and continue your learning on the job.
Over 75% of your time at Lighthouse Labs will be focused on building software. You’ll learn a new concept from a curated list of industry-relevant technologies and then immediately apply it when tackling your daily projects. Your intense work will start a few weeks before coming in with our prep course, hits full speed on day one and won’t stop until you graduate.
We take a unique approach to mentorship. You’ll have access to over 80 mentors from different backgrounds, 12 hours a day, five days a week. That means hundreds of hours of face-to-face support with experts, who spend their day jobs as developers. They’ll pass on their wisdom, and teach you the many unique ways you can solve different problems.
We approach our education the way software developers treat their product: as a continuously evolving endeavour. Our curriculum, baselines, tests and weekly code reviews will act as your points of guidance and support systems. Think of yourself as a sailor at sea; if your aim is to get to shore, a Lighthouse will guide your journey. (Yes, we can be hokey. Just wait ‘till you meet us in-person).
You bring the motivation & passion, we’ll provide a one-of-kind learning environment and a wicked community of developers.