"Finishing School for Computer Science"
The EOC is where you build 12 smaller web applications with 3 features each and then 1 larger web application with 10-20 features. At the end of the course, you complete a portfolio of engineering projects representing thousands of lines of code which demonstrates an a solid understanding of technical skills and how to deploy Python-based web applications.
Upon Completion, you will be able to walk into your next technical interview and get the job.
The EOC Includes a Preparation Course (The EOPC) for those with zero or beginner coding skills.
You can start from your first day of code or after you have already mastered some basics.
Coding experience needed to start the preparation course: Zero (we will take you from your first day of code)
Coding experience needed to start the primary content (The EOC): Approximately 100 hours of past coding experience
(or completion of Certificates 1 and 2 in the main Hatch Coding learning system)
We make technical careers more accessible to everyone, from the self-identified engineer to those who would like to have a technical career but aren’t sure how to make it happen.
Registration includes weekly group calls for both the main and preparation courses.
Time Needed for the main course: Approximately 120 hours
Purchasing this course gives you 12 months of access to all materials. The Economic Outcomes Course (The EOC) is self-paced and can be finished in:
• 3-4 weeks with full time effort
• 4-5 months with 5-7 hours per week effort and
• 10-12 months with 3 hours per week effort.
Completing the course results in an immediate increase in your ability to get a higher paying job. This allows you to potentially recoup your investment within months of taking the course.
Cost with weekly check-ins:
USD $1,100 or Canadian Equivalent ($1,500)
Cost with two kick off calls:
USD $550 or Canadian Equivalent ($750)
Referrals: Each of your 1st two referrals will earn you 50% of the purchaser’s cost. After that you will get a 20% referral bonus for each purchased course. With 2 referrals, you get your course for free.
End Result: We want you to earn more money and launch an engineering career because you take this course.
I just went through The EOC at Hatch Coding, building 12 mini apps in Flask, a Python framework, and then 1 fully featured Flask app. I can't express enough how much I've learned from the first part where I developed 12 simple web apps. Each project allowed me to explore different features and functionalities that Flask offers, helping me develop a strong understanding of the framework.
What's more, this experience has given me the confidence and adaptability to learn other frameworks in the future. The knowledge and skills I've gained from these projects have made the process of app development feel more approachable, and I now have a solid foundation to build upon as I continue to grow as a developer.
Not only have I become more proficient in using Flask, but I now feel confident in being able to build my own apps for any use in the future. This newfound ability has made me more likely to be hired, as I am now able to showcase a diverse portfolio of projects that demonstrate my technical skills and my skills in web app development.
The EOC at Hatch Coding has truly been a game-changer for me. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to strengthen their technical skills and understanding of web app development in general.
- Aidan C, University of Waterloo Mechatronics student
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