👋 We’re a tough track on web development, frontend applications, and data visualization. We’re 👩🏽🎓 students, 👷🏽♀️ industry, and 👩🏽🏫 teachers combined, in one location, where everyone learns. We start October 8th and end November 23th.
We work from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, every work day, for six weeks, in a lab setting with 35 students and 2 teachers. Every 2 week sprint we work with a new industry partner.
In this track we focus on frontend frameworks, such as React and Vue, and data visualistion, mostly with D3. This enables students to make their ideas for the web into reality. Though the subject matter is technical, attention to user experience and interaction design is, as always in our programme, stressed.
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Examples of student work
Titus writes a lot of open source code relating to natural language, markup, and syntax trees, often for the web or Node. He’s also an expierienced teacher, such as coordinating these courses, and prerequisites on backend and frontend.
Laurens is an all-round creative developer. He teaches at CMD, but also helps refugees learn new skills and prepare themselves for a new working life in CS at HackYourFuture.
For our first two weeks, we’re hosted by the City of Amsterdam at their Zuidoost Pop-Up Space, 5 minutes walking from Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.
For our last month, we’re hosted by the Library of Amsterdam at their Central Location, 9 minutes walking from Amsterdam Central Station.
This track is given at CMDA, a human-centred digital design bachelor for frontend focussed students. CMD is part of the Faculty of Digital Media and Creative Industries at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.