Downtown
Los Angeles

The Row. 777 S Alameda Street 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90021


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Downtown LA, CA

Just minutes away from Silicon Beach, Downtown LA and its surrounding areas are home to the offices of big tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hulu, Youtube and Snapchat. Economists say LA’s high-tech sector rivals Silicon Valley in providing jobs. The region is considered the second-largest tech hub in the world.

Campus Perks

At Sabio, we believe it's important for your body to be in great shape while your mind is learning new and exciting things. That is why we offer free gym membership in our DTLA location while you are enrolled in any of our full-time programs.

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City trends

"This past year, cultural and lifestyle developments in Row DTLA and City Market South opened up — bringing with them a string of restaurants and indie shops, and warranting the city a slot on our annual “Where to Go” list of hot travel destinations." - Skift.com

Our programs

At Downtown LA, you can attend either full-time or part-time classes.

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You'll walk away with much more than skills

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Global Network

Worldwide network of Sabio Alumni who are Entrepreneurs, Product Managers, and Developers

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Clear Career Path

You’ll have upward mobility and a clear path toward great future prospects.

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Confidence

Sabio graduates leave our campus transformed and confident. That’s because our entire team works cohesively to equip you with soft skills and hard skills that will help you get what you deserve.

Gregorio Rojas

Gregorio Rojas

Co-Founder
CTO & Head Instructor

Gregorio is an industry veteran whose career dates back before the "Dot-Com Bubble" burst. Gregorio transitioned from a non-tech career, and anticipating the future, he hustled to pick up multiple new skills that would make him marketable in the tech industry. His strategy was a success and Gregorio uses his experience to inform and motivate other Sabio Fellows to do the same.

He began his tech career working for a development shop where he managed an IKEA site and has since worked in many prominent companies. Currently, he drives technology and student success at Sabio.

Career Highlights: 22 Years experience as a developer Senior Developer, Lead Developer, Director of Development, Founder and CTO

Hector Arias

Hector Arias

Instructor
DTLA

Hector is always up for a healthy debate on what the balance is between theory and practice. After all, he did study physics. After receiving his B.S. of Physics from the Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Hector wanted to merge his science background with technology and enrolled at Sabio to accomplish this.

Following his graduation from Sabio, he served as a Full Stack software developer for Lash Girl Club, an online cosmetics box subscription site that also provides health and wellness advice. At Lash Girl Club, he led the creation of their content management system.

Hector is in his fourth year as an instructor at Sabio where he interviews and evaluates students’ progress and manages product development.

Course Sequence

The Full Stack program is designed to prepare students to learn all facets of developing web-based software and applications. This program is offered through a blend of online video conferencing during the week, and residential training. Students will be assessed based on the quality of completed projects, presentations to the class exhibiting their understanding of the subject matter, and one-on-one interviews with the Chief Academic Officer.

1. Front-End Development

This course focuses on ensuring students are competent in developing cross-browser applications targeting both desktop and mobile clients. The following web languages will be covered:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JavaScript with a heavy emphasis on ReactJS, jQuery and Bootstrap 4.x
  • Asynchronous client side programming
2. Back-End Development

This course focuses on the following:

  • Principles of Object-Oriented Design
  • Basic Caching Strategies
  • Popular Design/Architectural Patterns
  • ASP.Net / .Net Core
  • WebApi 2.x
  • Inversion of Control or IoC
  • RESTFUL Architectures
3. Database Development

Data stores are part of most applications. This course concentrates student efforts on relational database systems but also touches on other systems

  • Database Design and Architecture
  • Key Table design considerations
  • Query Structure and Optimization
  • Stored Procedures
4. Source Control

No development environment is complete without having a source control solution in place. This course covers the current popular providers and how to interact with them to facilitate daily activities. (Git & TFS)

  • Synching local environments
  • Merging conflicts
  • Checking-in new code
  • Shelving or submitting pull requests
  • Overview of branching strategies
5. Development Environments, Platforms, Back-End Languages, and Tools

This course focuses on the following:

  • Microsoft Sql Server
  • Microsoft Sql Azure – Cloud Implementation of a Relational Database
  • Visual Studio 2019
  • MS Sql Server Management Studio 2018
  • .Net/C# / .Net Core
  • Package Managers: Yarn and NPM
  • Debugging
  • Variety of Random Developer Tools
6. Other Computer Science

This course will cover

  • Big O
  • Data Structures
  • Algorithm Classification

Job Opportunities

The most immersive and comprehensive approach to learning web development in Los Angeles.

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$107,685*

Average Base Yearly Salary *www.builtinla.com

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35,000

Developer Jobs on the Market

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13,541

Startups in Los Angeles

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