The Back End Developer Bootcamp
Learn Node.js, Express.js, APIs, MongoDB, Git, and a whole lot more!
Welcome to the Back End Developer Bootcamp! This course is designed for beginner developers who want to gain the skills necessary to become a master of the back end web.
What you can expect from this course: easy to understand lectures, step by step code exercises, and projects where we build fun and interesting applications.
Here is a list of topics covered in this course:
- How the internet works
- Command line
- Version control with Git
- Templating with EJS
- RESTful routing
And a lot more!
Learning programming is tough. Coder Vox wants to make life a little easier for our students, and we believe that this course will give you a huge advantage.
Hey everyone! I’m Jon. I’m a software engineer and instructor, and I teach coding at a college in Austin, TX. I’m passionate about technology, and I love helping people understand how it works.
I have a degree from the University of Texas at Austin and I’ve been a web developer for over six years. I started making websites as a hobby, and it soon became a career. Along the way, I also discovered that I had a gift for teaching. My main strategy as a teacher is to break down hard to understand technical terms into smaller pieces so that students can easily understand it.
I’ve taught in a classroom for years, but I’ve met many people who have told me that they either couldn’t afford the cost of tuition or didn’t have the time to attend class everyday. So, now I am creating online courses that give anyone the ability to learn from my curriculum at an affordable price.
I believe education should be fun and affordable, and my goal is to make the best educational products!
Start3.1 What is the Command Line? (5:27)
Start3.2 Terminal and the shell (8:18)
Start3.3 Windows users: Installing Git Bash (7:24)
Start3.4 Command Line basics (12:32)
Start3.5 Creating files and folders (5:54)
Start3.6 Remove files and folders (5:26)
Start3.7 Exercise (11:22)
Start3.8 Customizing the Terminal (Mac) (11:06)
Start3.9 Homebrew (Mac) (2:29)