Learn full-stack web development online.

12 weeks of one-on-one learning. And you can keep your job. 

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Join Course Report and Roshan Choxi, CEO of Bloc, on Thursday, March 27th at 5:30pm PST and learn how you can become a developer in 12 weeks. They'll explain Bloc's offerings, their extensive mentor network, and how the apprenticeship is structured. 


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Roshan is founder and CEO of Bloc. Prior to Bloc, he was at Groupon and Rdio. Roshan will share the Bloc approach to learning and give an overview of the program. 

Roshan Choxi

Mark Brown

Mark is a Bloc alum who is now a freelance developer and entrepreneur. Mark will share his experience learning to code and advice on how to get started. He'll also demo one of the seven web apps he built over the course of Bloc. 

Liz Eggleston

Liz is a cofounder of Course Report, a resource for students considering a coding bootcamp. She maintains the Course Report blog and enjoys getting to know founders, students, and instructors across the world. 

In this first phase, you'll learn the fundamentals of Ruby programming, and set up your developer environment.

Developer Fundamentals

Build your first app

Next, you'll build your own version of Reddit, which we lovingly call Bloccit. Over the course of Bloccit, you'll learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Ruby on Rails, and a bit of SQL. 

Capstone: Startup MVP

Finally, combine everything you've learned to build your own startup MVP. Design, build, and launch your own app in three weeks.

Advanced Web Dev

Build five apps as you refine your skills. Build a freemium Wikipedia app, an learn to process payments with the Stripe API. Next, build a Digg-like social bookmarking app leveraging Facebook's Open Graph and Sendgrid email notifications. 

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