Our Approach to
Online Learning

Now is the time.

We have a long-standing method for learning
technical skills in an online format.

Experience an Online Lecture
Experience an Online Lecture
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What to Expect: Live Online Learning

Now more than ever is the time to build valuable tech skills.

Curious about how you’ll learn coding or cybersecurity with us online? Fullstack Academy has nearly a decade of experience running online bootcamps, and we’ve received positive feedback on our current Live Online courses. Our online programs offer the same excellent instruction, classmates and community culture, on-demand technical help, and career success content to help you find a job.

Our Online Programs offer the same rigor and support as our in-person programs.

Live Lectures from
Our Video Classroom

Daily Coding or
Cybersecurity Challenges
on Our Online Learning
Platform

Real-Time
Instructor Support

Solution Videos to
Review Your Code

Additional Online Learning Resources

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Online Learning Student Stories

“My remote experience was fantastic.” Alums Bethany Qiang and Mark Hario from Fullstack’s Remote Immersive share the benefits of the program, how it set them up for success, and more.
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Productivity Hacks

As more and more people adjust to working and learning from home, here are Fullstack Co-Founders and Co-CEOs David and Nimit’s top productivity hacks.
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Virtual Interview Tips and Tricks

These proven techniques from Fullstack’s Director of Career Success, Lesia Harhaj, will help you succeed in any virtual interview.

Fullstack Academy is a top-ranked immersive school for tech training based in New York City. Fullstack offers comprehensive in-person and remote training opportunities across the U.S. and prepares students with the in-demand skills they need to launch fulfilling tech careers.

Now, it brings its hands-on learning approach to Cal State East Bay to develop professionals to launch fulfilling careers in web development and cybersecurity.

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FAQs

While not confined by the physical classroom, our switch to online learning has allowed us to shake up traditional practices, and reorganize our academic structure to be both more efficient and effective. Students may find themselves in virtual lecture halls with dozens of their peers in the morning, while spending a lunchtime review with a learning team of 7-8 of their classmates, and pair programming throughout much of their coursework. We strive to give students a 1:9 student:faculty ratio throughout their learning journey.

All students must have their own laptop (or desktop for 100% online classes). We recommend having 16 GB RAM and ~50-100 GB storage. Netbooks, thin clients and tablets are not permitted. Mac or Windows is fine, but please note that the new Apple M1 processor is not yet fully supported.

In each of our cohorts, we work to build a collaborative culture and community through regular Learning Team Lunches, Mixers, and Community Panels and Events. Students spend significant time working on small group projects or pair programming, and regularly attend Hackathons, Meetups, and other alumni events both during and after the program.

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Take the Next Step and Apply to One of Our Tech Bootcamps