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This article was published on November 17, 2015


Udacity and Google team up for new Senior Web Developer Nanodegree program

Udacity and Google team up for new Senior Web Developer Nanodegree program
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Udacity has partnered with Google to bring another Nanodegree program to the fold: Senior Web Developer.

The program builds on the Front End Web Developer Nanodegree curriculum, much like Udacity’s duo of iOS Developer degree programs do. Here’s how a Udacity spokesperson explained it to us:

The Senior Web Developer Nanodegree program is a natural progression from the Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree program. The Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree takes students from zero knowledge to having the skills of an entry-level Front-End Developer. Then the Senior Web Developer Nanodegree program is designed to take someone with an existing skillset in HTML, CSS and JavaScript and extending that to more advanced applications. For example, Senior Web Developer Nanodegree students will learn to develop fully accessible web applications, and will start experimenting with new features like Service Worker and Web Components.

Like all Nanodegree programs, The Senior Web Developer degree will cost $200 per month, which Udacity says can be achieved in 10-12 months’ time.

Senior Web Developer Nanodegree [Udacity]

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