Become a Full Stack Developer

Change your career. Learn a new skill. Do something you love.

Learn the essentials of front-end, back-end, and database development through our premier Full Stack Developer bootcamp.
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A different kind of bootcamp built with you in mind.

Covalence's Full Stack Developer bootcamp curriculum is designed to turn complete novices into junior-level software developers, and it's been redesigned to be better than ever before.

Time-Tested Curriculum
Experienced Instructors
Exclusive Developer Community
Learn from Anywhere
Proven Results
A Plan for Everyone

We reimagined the delivery of our bootcamp so that you can learn our cutting-edge curriculum regardless of your location, schedule, or budget.

Our Curriculum

At Covalence, we believe that JavaScript is the best language to learn when starting out. Web browsers (like Chrome) only understand JavaScript, so if you start with Ruby or Java, you'll still need to learn JavaScript. When you're first starting to code, don't over complicate it by learning two languages at once.

Covalence Teaches HTML5


Covalence Teaches CSS3


Covalence Teaches JavaScript


Covalence Teaches NodeJS


Covalence Teaches ReactJS


Covalence Teaches Bootstrap


Covalence Teaches MySQL


Covalence Teaches MongoDB


Covalence Teaches Heroku


Covalence Teaches AWS


Covalence Teaches GitHub


Covalence Teaches React Native

React Native

Fundamentals of Programming

All programming languages share constructs like loops, conditionals, functions, and more. We start by enforcing these fundamentals so that you will be able to pick up any programming language with ease.

Front-End Development

Applications need user interfaces in order for the user to interact with them. We'll teach you how to create web and mobile interfaces using the latest frameworks like ReactJS and React Native from Facebook.

Back-End Development

When a user interacts with an application, data needs to be saved somewhere, and that's where back-end technologies come into play. You'll use NodeJS to authenticate users, create APIs, and communicate with the database. NodeJS allows you to use JavaScript on the server, and it's the most popular back-end platform.


Your server needs to store data, and that's done in a database. There are several types of databases, and we'll focus on the most popular: MySQL and MongoDB (NoSQL).

Agile Development

It's vitally important that you learn to work in teams because when you get your first job, you won't be alone. Agile is a methodology for managing software projects, and you'll be using it heavily during the project phase of the class.

Your Instructors

Matt Landers

Matt Landers


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After being hired at 19 by Microsoft, Matt spent 10 years as a Software Architect. He started Covalence so others could experience the same success he did.

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Will Johnston

Will Johnston


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Will has been coding since he was 12, and after graduating Georgia Tech, he went to work at Microsoft on the Modern Apps Center of Expertise.

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Luke Przekwas

Luke Przekwas


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Luke loves to learn the frame data and code behind games he plays, and loves to help others discover a similar passion in their lives!

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Jackson Carr

Jackson Carr


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Jackson graduated with a degree in Physics, and after attending the very first Covalence class, he decided to help others discover their passion and change their lives by learning to code.

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Full Stack Developer Bootcamp

One Course. Three Ways to Learn.

A Proven Curriculum

Direct Access to Covalence Instructors

400+ Hours of Content

Exclusive Developer Community

Rewatchable Video Lectures

Coding Drills, Labs, and Walkthroughs

Job Prep Resources

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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! We designed this streamlined curriculum to take students from novices to junior-level developers. We walk our students through multiple languages from beginning to end and reinforce concepts learned in lecture by having them work through drills and fully-featured labs assignments. These labs allow students to solidify concepts with learning-by-doing, which is an essential part of learning to code. Our highly qualified instructors ensure that our students are able to grasp concepts and help them learn how to correct any mistakes along the way.

Yes! Our Full Stack curriculum, whether it is completed through our Molecular or Catalyst Program, prepares our students to graduate as junior-level software developers. In addition to programming skills, students will learn how to polish themselves professionally via career resources provided by our Student Success team and will be prepared to apply and interview for developer positions.

Yes! The primary service that Covalence provides to you is live support from our full-time instructors and staff.

Molecular is our part-time program that takes 6-months to graduate. In Molecular, you can join any of our 5 daily live webinars that cover different topics, and you will have a weekly one-on-one mentoring session with an instructor.

Catalyst is our full-time program that takes 12-weeks to graduate. In Catalyst, you join a specific webinar every day, and you have access to your dedicated instructor throughout the day for live one-on-one mentoring sessions as needed.

For the Molecular program, absolutely! We created this program due to a high demand for a part-time option for our intense coursework. You are able to complete the Full Stack Developer curriculum through the Molecular program in 6-months by committing ~20 hours per week.

For the Catalyst Program, we discourage students from having full-time jobs while enrolled in a Catalyst cohort. It will be very difficult for you to keep up the accelerated pace of this immersive experience if your time is split between it, your job, and life in general. The Catalyst Program is a full-time commitment in and of itself, so if you are considering it, treat it with the same consideration you would give for a full-time, in-person bootcamp that you would attend from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Molecular students will be expected to commit at ~20 hours per week to the curriculum in order to graduate in the 6-months.

Catalyst students will be expected to commit at least +40 hours per week to the curriculum, and that includes mandatory daily webinar sessions with instructors. Some students may need to spend more time than that to fully understand and utilize the curriculum.

We have job prep resources produced by Covalence staff members that are vital to the career success of our students. These resources include regular career guidance webinars, resume and cover letter workshops, and resources on preparing for interviews and technical problems.

We stay on top of job postings and new openings in order to share them with our students and alumni as soon as we find them. When students begin to apply for these positions, we make sure to reach out and connect with employers looking for talent.

Yes! you can get financing through our partner, SkillsFund. SkillsFund will cover your tuition and living expenses while you take the course.
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Yes, you will need your own computer for our class. We require a Mac or PC with the most up-to-date operating system.

Note: Chromebooks are not permitted due to software limitations.