Ubiqum presents the Java Web Developer bootcamp in Berlin.
Meet our Berlin team: Wolf & Shmulik
Mittelweg 50, 12053 Berlin.
– 8 hours / day, 5 months (800 hours)
– Max 12 students per class
– Aimed at absolute beginners to coding
– Career support and expert mentoring
– This 100% practical Curriculum is designed and maintained by Computer Science experts from Northwestern University and has been taught in the University Carnegie Mellon, USA.
Java remains one of the most popular programming languages in the world, yet experienced full stack Java developers are currently in massively short supply in the jobs market. This bootcamp is perfect for beginners looking for a career in Web & Mobile Development.
11 June 2018
16 July 2018
17 September 2018
15 October 2018
12 November 2018
A payment plan in the form of 50% of the course fees are paid upfront, before the start of the course and we will help you, with the remaining 50%, giving you time to get a job in order to pay us comfortably. This commitment allows students to split their tuition before and after their new career. In order to check your eligibility go to Our FAQ Page or talk directly with our team.
Women in Tech:
We also support Women in Tech which provides a 5% discount to all women at Ubiqum. This applies to all Tuition Payment Types.
Those candidates who do not meet the criteria, but who are highly motivated to take our program and start a career in the tech field, are encouraged to still apply to Ubiqum. Please get in touch with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
98% of our students find a developer job within 45 days of finishing the course.
Techincal SolutionsAlberto Espinosa, Mar '18
Junior Software Test EngineerJordi Padilla, Jun '17
Full Stack DeveloperRicard Esteve, Dec'17
A day in Ubiqum
Start the morning with a recap of what you did the previous day, what you got stuck with and how you eventually resolved issues. This is a chance to encourage and motivate each other for the day ahead!
Work and Learning
Students will get a clearly structured brief, plan of attack and list of resources to assist them as they begin their tasks. You will have staff and review team mentors to check your code and answer your questions and doubts.
Our students often bring food in, and use the onsite facilities to warm stuff up, but there´s a host of restaurants also nearby!
Time to pack up and share a beer with colleagues. Check out the Meet-up scene for networking opportunities!
The course by weeks
Your First Website
Build a Game
Build a web application (Battleships!), including a back-end game server to manage the games, scoring, and player profiles. Use Java and the Spring Boot Framework.
"If you're a proactive type of person and you've got the motivation to do better, this is a great code academy, as you will learn a lot!"