Fullstack Academy Brings Coding and Cybersecurity Training to the Bay Area by Partnering with Cal State East Bay

New 26-Week, Part-Time Programs Respond to Demand for Qualified Professionals in Northern California's Flourishing East Bay

As demand for coding and cybersecurity professionals in Northern California and surrounding regions continues to build, Fullstack Academy announced it has partnered with Cal State East Bay to offer accelerated training that qualifies beginners for high-paying, in-demand tech jobs.

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The partnership comes as LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report stated that fullstack developer and cybersecurity positions have grown more than 30% in the past year, with West Coast-based tech giants such as Amazon, Apple and Google adding more of these positions. Furthermore, the San Francisco area has more than 25,000 open jobs in software development and another 17,000 available in cybersecurity.

Designed for early career or experienced professionals, the Cal State East Bay Tech Bootcamps will offer two courses, one with a focus on coding and another on cybersecurity. Graduates qualify for positions such as software developer, software engineer, cybersecurity specialist, network security engineer and vulnerability analyst.

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The Cal State East Bay Coding Bootcamp will teach fullstack JavaScript, giving students a foundation in both front- and back-end web development and the crucial programming skills needed for in-demand coding jobs.

The Cal State East Bay Cyber Bootcamp will teach students how to monitor and secure systems, networks and applications, as well as deploy offensive and defensive tactics needed to appropriately respond to cyber breaches.

“Cal State East Bay has long maintained an exceptional reputation for preparing its graduates to be career-ready and highly marketable,” said Nimit Maru, Fullstack Academy co-founder and co-CEO. “When looking for a partner in this growing region, we were especially compelled by the university’s high ranking for student mobility and diversity, perfectly aligning with our mission to transform economies and communities through tech training.”

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