The Proven Coding Bootcamp Complete Curriculum

Follow the exact learning materials that we use to train our $10,000+ bootcamp students to build full stack apps in 4 months & get jobs.

Best of all - you can do this without any technical background. You don't even need to understand how tech works or be good at math.

Why should you consider this?

A solid & complete curriculum can change everything.

Having a proper plan is the difference between spending 4 months or spending 20 months (or even forever, because most tend to give up) to successfully break into tech.

Many new learners end up learning in circles, going from tutorial to tutorial, but never able to build anything worthy from scratch.

Who better to help you than our actual coding bootcamp that we charge $10,000+ for!

The Proven Coding Bootcamp Complete Curriculum

Simple & straight-to-the-point materials you can use to break into tech – even as a complete beginner.

stopwatch icon

Save Time

Use our CV templates that actually works. Stand out from the crowd with our tried-and-tested templates. No more guessing and wasting time editing your CV.

lightbulb icon

Stop Guessing

Get access to the learning materials we literally use in our $10,000+ coding bootcamp to help students build full stack apps and land jobs in tech.

handshake icon

Stay Focused

You don’t need to jump from platform to platform. Stick with one. What’s better than following the curriculum of a real coding bootcamp?

Comprehensive Full Stack Curriculum You Can Use To Break Into tech, Even If You Are A Complete Beginner

Landing your first tech job/project is one of the greatest feelings you can experience as an aspiring developer. There is simply nothing else like it. That's because when you land your first tech job, you get to enjoy financial stability, a sense of accomplishment, and the start of a promising career path.

However, there are many obstacles you have to overcome before you can get there. Not only do you have to learn coding, build a portfolio, and ace interviews - but you also have to break into the tech industry, which can be the most difficult challenge of all. All of this can leave you falling well short of the mark and stop you from ever landing your first tech job.

Fortunately, though, landing your first tech job doesn't have to be as challenging as you think. Far from it, in fact. Simply by implementing the right tried-and-tested techniques, you can land your first tech job without experiencing any of the common frustrations.

How would we know? Because, at Sigma School, we're experts at helping aspiring developers land their first tech job quickly.

Over the past 3 years, we've trained and worked with 100+ students, with many who eventually landed jobs and served 6-7 figure project clients without the years of hard work and trial and error most people usually have to suffer through.

We've prepared The Proven Coding Bootcamp Complete Curriculum to share some of the powerful industry secrets we've accumulated during our time in the tech industry. The information you're about to consume will help you land your first tech job while making sure you avoid lack of experience, not knowing where to start, fear of interviews.

By the time you've finished ready, you'll have all the information you need to kickstart your journey to success and break into tech!

Let's get started!

What’s included in the curriculum?

Our complete curriculum covered by our Complete Software Development Programme

complete software development programme curriculum
  • 1.00.0 - Introduction to Programming

    This module is an introduction to the course, covering course structure, learning objectives and expectations.

  • 1.01.1 - Variables, Strings

    Covers the basics of coding including variable declaration, manipulation, and strings, setting a solid foundation for future modules.

  • 1.01.2 - Menu Project

    This module is a practical application of variables and strings, allowing students to create a menu in code.

  • 1.02.1 - Functions

    Introduces the concept of functions in programming, including why they are useful and how to create them.

  • 1.02.2 - Calculator

    A project-based module where students apply their knowledge of functions by coding a calculator.

  • 1.03.1 - Conditionals

    Teaches how to use conditional statements in code to control the flow of a program, including IF, ELSE and ELSE IF statements.

  • 1.03.2 - Flag Quiz App

    A real-world application of conditional statements by having students create a quiz application.

  • 1.04.1 - Arrays

    Introduction to arrays, which are a key type of data structure used for storing multiple values in single variables.

  • 1.04.2 - Todo App

    Students apply their knowledge of arrays in creating a simple To Do list application.

  • 1.05.1 - Objects

    An overview of objects in programming, explaining how to create, manage, and manipulate them.

  • 1.05.2 - Students List

    A project aimed at implementing objects, as students are asked to develop a list-managing app.

  • 1.06.1 - DOM

    Explanation of the Document Object Model (DOM), crucial for understanding how browsers process HTML and JavaScript.

  • 1.06.2 - Login

    This project module has students build a login screen, putting DOM concepts to practical use.

  • 1.07.1 - Classes

    Introduction to the object-oriented programming concept of classes, including how to define and use them.

  • 1.07.2 - Family App

    Students apply the concepts of classes to create an app for managing family member details.

  • 1.08.1 - Modules

    Teaching how to use modules to structure large programs, making them manageable and organized.

  • 1.08.2 - Translator App

    A real-world project requiring the use of programmatic techniques taught in the modules structure to build a translation app.

  • 1.09.1 - EcmaScript

    An explanation of EcmaScript, a scripting-language standard that includes JavaScript allowing students to write more efficient code.

  • 1.09.2 - Authentication

    Module focuses on the principles and methods of user authentication, a critical element in many software applications.

  • 1.10.1 - Web APIs

    Introduction to Web APIs, teaching how to interact with external services and retrieve data in modern web development.

  • 1.10.2 - Bus Arrival App

    Students utilise Web APIs to create a practical and functional bus arrival prediction app.

  • 1.11.1 - Git & Github

    Explains the version control system 'Git', and Github hosting service as tools for collaborative programming and code management.

  • 1.12.2 - Bootstrap

    This module introduces Bootstrap, a popular framework for designing responsive and mobile-first websites.

  • 1.13.1 - Coding Challenge

    A module designed to test coding skills and problem-solving ability, with challenges aimed at applying knowledge gained in other courses.

  • 1.14.1 - Basics Assessment

    This is a recap module which provides an assessment to evaluate the understanding and assimilation of basic course content.

  • 2.00.1 - Dev Setup

    This module covers all necessary information and steps to setting up an optimal development environment. It includes guide on installing and configuring essential software like IDEs and version control systems.

  • 2.01.1 - Intro to React

    Introduction to React, a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. This module covers basic concepts and benefits of React and how to create a simple React application.

  • 2.02.1 - props

    This focuses on the concept of 'props' in React, which enables components to pass and receive data. It embodies practical examples of how and when to use props.

  • 2.03.1 - setState

    It provides a deep dive into useState, a React hook that allows for state management within functional components.

  • 2.04.1 - useContext

    It offers an understanding of useContext, a React hook for managing and accessing context i.e. global state, across components without prop drilling.

  • 2.05.1 - React Router

    This is an introduction to React Router for managing and implementing navigations in a React based single-page application.

  • 2.06.1 - Conditional Rendering

    The concept of conditional rendering in React is covered, where components are rendered based on certain conditions or state.

  • 2.07.1 - useEffect with APIs

    It delves into the 'useEffect' React hook and how it can be used to perform side effects, such as API calls in functional components.

  • 2.08.1 - useEffect w/ Clean Up

    Continuation of 'useEffect', specifically focusing on clean-up to avoid memory leaks when components unmount from the DOM.

  • 2.09.1 - useRef

    This module covers useRef, a React hook used to access and interact with DOM elements directly and manage refs in a lifecycle-less manner.

  • 2.10.1 - Redux

    An introduction to Redux, a state management library often used in larger React applications for uniform state handling.

  • 2.11.1 - Instagram Clone Part 1

    A practical project where students begin to build an Instagram clone using the lessons learned so far in React and Redux.

  • 2.12.1 - Instagram Clone Part 2

    The continuation of the Instagram clone project involving more complex features and functionalities.

  • 2.13.1 - Front-End Assessment

    An assessment to evaluate the ability of the students to utilise their skills learnt in the front-end courses including React, Redux and others.

  • 2.14.1 - Front-End Presentation

    A module where students present their front-end projects, this allows students to practice their presentation and explanation skills, highlighting their achievements during the course.

  • 3.01.1 - Intro to APIs

    An introductory module that provides an understanding of what APIs are, how they work, and their role in software and web development.

  • 3.02.1 - Express JS Part 1

    Introduction to Express.js, a popular server framework for Node.js. It offers insights into setting up servers, routing, and handling HTTP requests and responses.

  • 3.03.1 - Express JS Part 2

    Continuation of Express.js module, diving deeper into middleware, error handling, and more complex routing scenarios.

  • 3.04.1 - JSON Web Token

    This module introduces JSON Web Token (JWT), a standard for securely transmitting information between parties as a JSON object, often used for user authentication and authorisation.

  • 3.05.1 - Twitter Clone Part 1

    This module focuses on creating a basic API for a Twitter-like platform, allowing users to add posts and likes, utilising SQL and Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD) to manage database interactions.

  • 3.06.1 - Twitter Clone Part 2

    The second part of the Twitter clone series requires students to create an authentication page and connect it to the authentication API they've created.

  • 3.07.1 - Twitter Clone Part 3

    The third instalment in the series involves creating a profile page connected to the Twitter API that displays user posts.

  • 3.08.1 - Twitter Clone Part 4

    This module extends the functionality of the Twitter Clone, focusing on updating the API to handle the 'likes' feature.

  • 3.09.1 - Firebase Auth

    This lesson introduces Firebase Auth, a service that enables authentication of users in Firebase apps using various methods from email, google, facebook, etc.

  • 3.10.1 - Firestore

    This module introduces Firestore, a NoSQL database provided by Firebase for storing and sync data in real-time.

  • 3.11.1 - Firebase Storage

    An introduction to Firebase Storage, a service used for storing files such as images, videos, and other user-generated content in Firebase.

  • 3.12.1 - Hosting website

    A module that teaches students about deploying websites to the server and managing domain names.

  • 3.13.1 - Testing

    A guide on testing methodologies and implementations for software and web application to ensure functionality and bug-free experience.

  • 3.14.1 - CI/CD

    An overview of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD), key practices in software production for frequent and error-free updates.

  • 3.15 - 16.1 - Final assessment

    This is a comprehensive assessment designed to evaluate students' understanding of the entire course, covering all the topics from APIs to CI/CD.

  • 4.01.1 - Brief of final capstone project

    This module introduces the final Capstone project. It provides an overview of the project objective, scope, and the expected output from students.

  • 4.02.1 - Project Management

    Students learn essential project management skills such as planning, organizing, and executing their Capstone projects effectively.

  • 4.03.1 - Pair Work

    Students collaborate in pairs for the Capstone project, enhancing teamwork and problem-solving abilities.

  • 4.04.1 - Weekly Testing

    In this module, students engage in manual testing with each other's applications, providing valuable experience in the software development process. Through hands-on testing and feedback, they gain insights into the functionality, usability, and potential issues in their projects, helping them improve their software development skills.

  • 4.05.1 - Responsive Design

    Students learn to design websites and applications that look and function well on devices of all sizes, ensuring a seamless user experience across mobiles, tablets, and desktops.

  • 4.06.1 - Understanding Big O Notation

    Dive into the world of Big O notation to gauge the efficiency of code. This includes:

    • O(1)

      Constant time operations, akin to instantly flipping to a specific page in a thick dictionary.

    • O(n)

      Linear time tasks, where you might go through each item in a list to find something, such as locating the largest number in an unsorted list.

    • O(log n)

      Efficient operations that divide tasks in half, similar to searching for a word in a sorted dictionary by halving the search area repeatedly.

  • 4.07.1 - Time and Space Complexity

    Delve into how to measure the efficiency of code not just by its speed (time complexity), but also by how much computer memory it uses (space complexity).

  • 4.08.1 - Simple Recursion

    Unpack the concept of recursion, where functions call themselves to break problems into smaller, more manageable chunks.

  • 4.09.1 - Bubble Sort

    Explore this technique to arrange items in order by repeatedly swapping neighboring items if they're out of sequence.

  • 4.10.1 - Binary Search

    Learn this method to swiftly find an item in a sorted list by continually cutting the search area in half until the item is located.

  • 4.11.1 - Hash Table (Empty Object)

    Grasp how hash tables allow for the rapid storage and retrieval of data using unique keys.

  • 4.12.1 - Stacks

    Understand this collection type where items are added to or removed from only the top, much like stacking plates.

  • 4.13.1 - Queue

    Dive into this collection where items are added at the back and taken from the front, mimicking a real-life queue or line.

  • 4.14.1 - Build Portfolio

    Students create a portfolio to showcase projects and skills for potential employers.

  • 4.15.1 - How to Present & Mock Interview

    Students practice technical presentation skills and undergo simulated job interviews.

  • 4.16.1 - Algorithm Test & Presentation

    Students tackle algorithm challenges and present their final capstone project.

Don't just take our word for it

We've trained hundreds of students now, here's what they have to say

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Complete Software Development Programme for beginners?
chevron down icon

YES! This course covers everything from the BASICS to the most ADVANCED topics. This is a full stack course meaning both Frontend, Backend and Mobile App technologies will be taught. Whether you have ZERO experience or 10+ years of experience, this course is meant for you!

How is this different from the Complete Software Development Programme?
chevron down icon

This is an entirely self-paced programme where you get the same entire curriculum to learn on your own. However, there will be no mentor/instructor support, job preparation, job matching, career consultation provided!

I'm bad at math. Can i be a software developer?
chevron down icon

Math is not a pre-requisite for coding. Logical thinking and problem solving is. We spend a lot of time working on the fundamentals with our students. We believe anyone can code if they remain determined and put in sufficient time and effort.

Do not give up! Stay the course, you can do it too.

I've tried coding but find it difficult. How can you help me?
chevron down icon

It is normal to find coding challenging - this is common among all software developers. If it was easy, it wouldn't be such such a lucrative and in-demand role!

Everyone starts from zero! We deliberately structured our education team at Sigma School to be comprised of self-taught developers, bootcamp-graduates and Computer Science university graduates so we can relate to you every part of the way, from different unique viewpoints and experiences.

Whenever you're stuck, our students have a clear step-by-step procedure on helping them get past their obstacles by debugging, researching, problem solving, peer-based pair programming!

Do I need a Computer Science degree to get a job in tech?
chevron down icon

No you do not! Apple, Tesla, Google and tons of other big tech startups in the West have dropped the requirement for a university degree.

We believe this is the right direction and it will only grow from here. Most of Sigma School's community members do not have CS degrees, but are working professionally as developers. Sigma School has even have community members from unrelated fields like operational safety, law, accounting. Even the founders themselves were from a Finance background.

We exist because universities are unable to produce enough engineers. There's such a high demand for techies now. Companies will hire people who can get the job done and add value to their organisation, with or without a degree.

The world is lacking coders today, and companies don't have a choice. Learn to code, add value, build great products. You absolutely DO NOT need a computer science degree to get a job in tech.

Why choose Sigma School?
chevron down icon

Sigma School's courses are straight to the point. Comprehensively covering topics in frontend, backend, mobile app, and algorithms, and focusing on real world projects resulting in a more standout portfolio.

We have a money back guarantee and we commit to provide a full refund if you do not get a job in tech after you graduate from the programme.

We consistently charge ridiculously below market rate and add way more value than what our student's are paying.

We pride ourselves in our team of instructor's ability to simplify coding concepts and provide an enjoyable, delightful and entertaining learning journey to our students for the typically boring coding concepts.

We are sincere about your growth and will work closely with you to help you achieve your goals. Your success is our success. We take it into our own hands and give it our all to help you! All you need to do is put in the hard work and stay the course. We are committed to invest all our time in you.

We firmly believe that we only win when our students win.

Can I find all of this information online for free?
chevron down icon

In theory you probably could, and we've always been advocates for making tech education as open as possible, and our aim is to get as many people as possible learning how to code (as long as they do it properly!).

However to get all the information in a structured way, and all the toolkit and materials for free, would be really hard and would take months or years of piecing bits of information together. Also, most of the information that's readily available is on the internet (including our own) speaks to a total beginner audience, whereas the material in our course, while suitable for beginners, will give you a deep-dive into the complete software development lifecycle and all the process and materials around it.

The tools and stacks we provide as part of the course are the actual 'live' stuff we're currently using with our real clients, and we’ve never made it readily available up till now, in this course. To our knowledge, there isn’t anyone else putting this stuff out there.

In our experience, many self-taught learners end up giving up after a couple of tries because of the vast ecosystem in tech and how confusing it can be.

I want to train my company/employees - do you offer a bulk discount?
chevron down icon

Yes - we're really passionate about empowering entire teams with tech. If 5 or more people at your company would like to take the course, then get in touch with and we can tell you more about our special team pricing!

Will I get a certificate?
chevron down icon
  • Definitely! We provide a certificate upon your completion and graduation from Sigma School. You will be able to use the certificate and link it to your social media profiles, CV & portfolio website. Throughout your course with Sigma School, you will receive a 4 certifications upon completion of our key milestones:
    • Level 1: Coding Fundamentals
    • Level 2: Frontend Development
    • Level 3: Backend Development
    • Level 4: Full Stack Development
  • And finally upon completion of all 4, you will receive a final certificate for the Complete Software Development Programme!
What can I do after I complete the course?
chevron down icon

This course will equip you with the skills to fundamentally understand how software works and learn how to code. With this, you will be able to build anything you want. Start a tech company, get a remote job, start freelancing, or simply automating the boring stuff in your life. The opportunities are endless!

Here’s What’s Included

Everything you need to upskill and break into tech!

Complete coding bootcamp learning materials (slides & recordings) and coding exercise platform. (Worth $3,000)
4 modules, 64 lessons, 100+ challenges, 10+ assessments & 25 projects. (Worth $3,000)
Access to our community with like-minded learners. (Worth $1,000)
Certificate of completion in Full Stack Web Development. (Worth $1,000)
Bonus #1: Ready-to-edit CV & portfolio templates. (Worth $100)
Bonus #2: Job/freelancing CRM templates. (Worth $100)

Total Worth:$8,200

For early birds (limited time only),
The Proven Coding Bootcamp Complete Curriculum is only...

RM 1,500


Get Access Now


money back guarantee

We’re confident The Proven Coding Bootcamp Complete Curriculum will add immense value to your learning journey or we’ll give you a full refund, no questions asked!

Show me another person who’s willing to stand behind their product like this!

Use these learning materials, templates, tools and checklists to break into tech, land tech jobs, start freelancing or build your own tech startup.

All 100% risk-free.