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Frontend Boot Camp March 2012

You are passionate about frontend, you are good at solving problems, you are a good communicator, you want to work at SysIQ, but you lack practical experience and technical skills. If the above is applicable to you - join SysIQ Frontend Developer Boot Camp and boost your frontend career!

March 2012


Viktoriya Ivanova



// Frontend Developer

Viktoriya Ivanova is a Frontend developer and trainer for junior Web developers in SysIQ. For the last three years Victoria has been developing visually rich ecommerce websites that fully show her creative side. Her front-end interface expertise is perfectly complemented by great freehand drawing skills and the passion for typography.
Yuriy Mokrozub



// Frontend Developer

With over 8 years of experience in frontend development Yuriy is focused on delivering first-class web projects to some of the world's leading brands. Yuriy is passionate about web standards without compromising a great user experience and fulfilling the creative vision. Beside CSS3 and HTML 5 Yuriy’s interests include mountain biking and active sports.

What You Will Learn

  • Development tools
  • HTML & CSS coding style; file structure
  • Team interaction & development workflow
  • Cascading Style Sheets & selector's specificity
  • CSS selectors
  • CSS rules
  • Visual formatting model
  • "Float" elements
  • Positioning schemes
  • Forms & tables
  • CSS3 & HTML5
  • Email templates
  • Page optimization
  • Code debugging

Candidate Requirements

Technical skills

  • Knowledge in HTML & CSS. Ability to write standards-compliant code
  • Understand and analyze mockups/prototypes
  • Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, at a minimum - know how to slice mockups

Soft skills

  • Responsible and active person
  • Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills
  • Attention to details and focus on quality of work
  • Interest in new technology and technical solutions

Foreign language

  • Technical English is mandatory, fluent spoken English is a plus