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Richard is a Course Developer with a passion for teaching. He has a degree in computer science, and first worked for a nonprofit doing everything from front end web development, to backend programming, to database and server management.
Pete is a developer advocate at Google and works to make the lives of web developers easier. Working on projects like Web Fundamentals and Google web developer videos, he's focused on ensuring that developers have the tools and skills they need to build great responsive sites and apps.
Peter Lubbers is a Program Manager at Google in the Chrome Developer Relations team and lives and breathes HTML5. He is the co-author of Pro HTML5 Programming (Apress) and the founder of the San Francisco HTML5 User Group, the largest HTML5 User Group in the world.
Andrew is a Course Developer who enjoys making the world a better place through code. He first discovered his passion for teaching as an instructor at App Academy, and continues to enjoy empowering students to advance their education.
Michael is a self-taught full-stack web developer and open source advocate. Before joining Udacity, he spent over 10 years developing classified applications for some of the most demanding intelligence organizations in the world.
Julia is a Content Developer at Udacity and was previously a middle school math teacher in San Jose, CA. She also dabbled in freelance web development, designing websites for small businesses in the Bay Area.
James received his degree in Computer Science and Mathematics, then went on to become a Udacity instructor in several programs. His personal mission is clear: to open the doors of opportunity for others by empowering them with excellent educational experiences.
Cameron lives and breathes web development as he creates programming courses at Udacity. He graduated with degrees in physics and astronomy from Vanderbilt University and a Master's in teaching from Belmont University.
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Karl is a Course Developer at Udacity. Before joining Udacity, Karl was a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) at Google for eight years, building automation and monitoring to keep the world's busiest web services online.
I think it goes to good depth and is quite comprehensive, especially when compared to the Full Stack program, which may seem to be less deep or comprehensive because of the greater material it has to cover. Great instructors, great reviews -- five stars!
I learnt a lot and the curriculum is laid out excellently. What I didn't like so much at first is that Udacity by no means will "hold your hand" and tell you what to do step-by-step. A lot of the subjects are taught in a way that needs further research (from external sources). I feel each subject is more "presented" than "taught", ie you are given a brief introduction and exercises. But this is, in my opinion, not enough information to actually complete the projects successfully. This has pros and cons. I got used to it and appreciate that a Developer will always have to research when working professionally. But sometimes it was a bit frustrating. Another thing I loved is that you are amongst a community of motivated individuals. This general motivation vibe is excellent towards success in learning. And I do believe, after finishing, that Udacity is committed to the students' success! Thank you Udacity <3
I did not know anything about web development before I took this course. It has given me a broad range of experience and I couldn't be happier to continue learning new skills now that the scholarship for my cohort is over. This is definitely a good place to start to gain a foundation to build upon later. Highly recommend.
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Taking the Front-End Developer Nano Degree was one of the best things I did to advance in programming. I learned so much and accomplished tasks I never thought I'd be able to do. Udacity provides so much support and is very encouraging. I recommend this to anyone wanting to level up their skills.
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Demand for front end web developers is widespread across every industry, and continues to rise. By mastering the valuable skills taught in this program, you will be prepared for roles at a wide array of companies — from startups to global organizations. The projects you’ll build, and the portfolio you’ll develop, will provide ample evidence of your expertise.
In the Front End Web Developer Nanodegree program, you will:
Graduates of this program will be valuable additions to any team working in the domain of web development, app development, software development, digital marketing, and e-commerce. Opportunities exist in companies ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups.
Specific roles include:
Developed in partnership with Google, AT&T, and Github, this program offers a deep dive into the world of front end web development.
Whether you're looking to begin a new career as a front end web developer, strengthen your current skill set, or just want to further your knowledge, this is the perfect way to get started!
Web development generally fits into distinct concentrations, such as front end web development and full stack web development.
As a full stack web developer, you'll have an active hand in implementing relationship databases, configure and deploy your applications to the cloud, and build dynamic software application backend systems using the Python programming language.
Whichever path you choose, you'll be building engaging experiences on the web for your users!
No. This Nanodegree program accepts all applicants regardless of experience and specific background.
Students will need to be able to communicate fluently and professionally in written and spoken English.
Success in this program requires meeting the deadlines set for your term and devoting at least 10 hours per week to your work, so drive, curiosity, and an adventurous attitude are highly recommended!
The Front End Web Developer Nanodegree program is comprised of content and curriculum to support five (5) projects. Once you subscribe to a Nanodegree program, you will have access to the content and services for the length of time specified by your subscription. We estimate that students can complete the program in four (4) months working 10 hours per week.
Each project will be reviewed by the Udacity reviewer network and platform. Feedback will be provided and if you do not pass the project, you will be asked to resubmit the project until it passes.
Please see the Udacity Nanodegree program FAQs found here for policies on enrollment in our programs.
For this Nanodegree program, you will need access to a computer with a broadband connection, on which you will install a professional code/text editor (e.g., Visual Studio Code, Atom, etc.).