Web Development Bootcamp Launch

Joshua ChanUncategorized

This past weekend, Hackwagon Academy launched its maiden Web Development Bootcamp. Participants arrived at our spanking new premises at Alexandra on Saturday morning and were warmly greeted by our instructor, Janelle. For the morning, the students were taught basic HTML and Javascript codes. They were introduced to our collaborative learning platform, IDEA on which they carried out practices set out … Read More

Announcement

Joshua ChanUncategorized

Hackwagon Academy is pleased to announce that we are now certified as a Private Education Institution under the Private Education Act in Singapore. The courses we run now will each come with an official certificate upon completion.

Front-end, Back-End, Full Stack?

Joshua ChanUncategorized

Following our Bootcamp launches this summer, Hackwagon will soon be starting our full-fledged Web Development Courses. These include the Web Development Basic courses, JS101 and JS102, and Web Development Full-Stack course JS401. These courses center on different aspects of web development, with JS101 and JS102 focusing on front-end and back-end developments respectively. JS401 covers these both and more in a … Read More

4 reasons why attending programming classes is better than self-learning

Joshua ChanUncategorized

There is a plethora of resources available for one to pick up programming; these include online coding schools like Code Academy and books like the “For Dummies” series. Readily accessible and often free of charge, these resources have achieved a wide appeal. Be that as it may, we have found that many, if not most, individuals who embark on a … Read More

Getting my feet wet — my experience with open-source and NUSMods

Joshua ChanUncategorized

This is part 1 of a 4-part series. I’m still in the process of playing around with Redux, I’ll update with links to the later parts when they’re ready! Ever since I started learning programming, I had been hearing a lot about open-source. I thought the idea of open-source was stupid. Why would anyone invest their time in something that … Read More