AIM Code School

Courses

Foundations – Web Development

This course takes you from zero-knowledge of how a web page is implemented to being able to code your own site using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript/jQuery.

Omaha Dates

Live Online and In-Person at the Brain Exchange

April 6 – May 7, 2020 (M-TH 8-12)
April 21 – June 30, 2020 (T/Th)

July 13 – September 21, 2020 (M/W)
July 14 – September 22, 2020 (T/Th)

October 5 – December 16, 2020 (M/W)
October 6 – December 17, 2020 (T/Th)

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Online Introductory Modules

This course introduces you to Front- and Back-End Development, Databases, and Project Management, finishing off with a graduation capstone project. Classes meet 1 to 2 times per week for quizzes and questions, with the rest of this 90-hour course being self-paced.

Intro to Front End – 20 hours
– Goal: Create a simple static page

Intro to Back End – 20 hours
– Goal: Create a simple Java app with unit tests

Intro to Database – 15 hours
– Goal: Design and develop a simple database in relational and non relational model

Intro to Project Management – 5 hours
– Goal: Get familiar with different ceremonies in Scrum, patterns

Capstone Project -20/30 hours

April 13, 2020 (Contact Emily Matis for more information and to register)


Specialization in Web Development

If you have built interactive websites on your own using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and you are ready to learn how to build more complex web applications, then it is time to select one of our Specialization courses.

Full Stack Java

Love that ultimate control? In this course you’ll learn the programming language that’s relied upon by corporations of all shapes and sizes.

Omaha Dates

January 28 – April 23, 2020 (T/Th)

May 5 – August 6, 2020 (T/Th)

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.NET

Are you interested in learning how to become a Microsoft .NET developer? Our .NET developer course will teach you all the components and tools needed to work on a team as a junior .NET developer or intern.

Coming Soon!

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Fundamentals of Data Science

AIM Code School and the Omaha Data Science Academy have partnered together to form a certificate designed to teach a person how to do data discovery and data-driven decision making. This is not meant to replace a four-year degree–rather, it is meant to supplement the knowledge of a person who already has a degree and needs a new skill set to position themselves as a data scientist. The graduate will leave the Academy with more confidence and the skills of an entry-level data scientist as they will be taught real-world practices instead of theory. Our graduates will be able to have conversations with business units, build predictive analytical MVPs, and be able to know and manage the skill sets needed for future data scientist projects.

Next dates: Various module start dates

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