We're excited to announce that Bit Project will be hosting 5 software bootcamps for students this upcoming winter and applications are now live! These programs will cover a wide range of software engineering topics. All of our Bit Camps are free, remote, and open to everyone! Participants leave our programs with awesome coding projects and valuable knowledge for their future careers. No prior knowledge is required to participate. Read on to learn more about which topics will be covered and how you can sign up!
1:1 mentorship from industry partners
As a Bit Camp participant, you can receive 1:1 mentorship from seasoned engineers for our company-sponsored bootcamps. These mentors help you:
Learn how to code
Come up with awesome world-changing project ideas
Guide you through the process of building and presenting your project
PS - This is an awesome networking opportunity!
WTF is a Bit Camp?
Learn more about what a Bit Camp is, what each bootcamp has to offer, and what you can get out of participating.
What do Sonic, Pokemon, and Mario games have in common? Some games from all of these franchises have been made using Unity, a standard game development platform in the industry. Learn the basics of Unity, including audio design and user interface, so you can create your very own game!
Employees in the tech industry use Slack, a business communication app, almost every day. Learn how to make your own Slackbot (a chatbot on Slack), while learning about Slack API, Microsoft Translate API, and Google Calendar API.
Data is all around us and knowing how to use and manipulate databases is an increasingly important skill in today's technological world. Come learn how to use MongoDB to search, create, and analyze data and make applications with databases.