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Fullstack Academy Launches Cutting-Edge Bootcamps in AI & Machine Learning and Cloud Computing

Fullstack Academy, a leading provider of tech education, has just unveiled its latest offerings: two brand-new bootcamp programs in Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning and Cloud Computing. These comprehensive curricula, developed by seasoned industry professionals, are designed to equip aspiring tech experts with the necessary skills and hands-on training to pursue lucrative careers in AI, machine learning, or cloud computing—all in a span of just 26 weeks.


The demand for AI and machine learning professionals in the United States is projected to grow exponentially, with a staggering 22% increase expected by 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This AI boom has the potential to contribute a mind-boggling $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2035, with China and the U.S. poised to claim a significant 70% share, as predicted by PwC. Prominent job roles in this field include Data Analyst with a median salary of $71,034, Artificial Intelligence Engineer at $123,392, and Machine Learning Engineer with a median salary of $151,063, as reported by ZipRecruiter.

Simultaneously, the global cloud computing market is predicted to reach a staggering $1.25 trillion by 2028, growing annually at a rate of 18.9% from 2021 to 2028, according to a study by Grand View Research. Consequently, the demand for cloud computing professionals is skyrocketing. Over the past five years, job postings for cloud computing roles have risen by an impressive 25% annually, with over 600,000 postings in the U.S. in 2020 alone, as per a report by Lightcast. Sought-after roles in cloud computing include Systems Administrator, Cloud Engineer, and Cloud Architect, with median salaries ranging from $76,644 to $158,897, as disclosed by ZipRecruiter.


Fullstack Academy's CEO, Jerrad Tausz, emphasized the transformative impact of AI, machine learning, and cloud computing technologies in our daily lives, workplaces, and interaction with technology. He highlighted how businesses across industries are intensifying their investments and expanding their talent pool in these rapidly-evolving sectors. Tausz expressed his excitement for the new programs, stating that they will empower professionals of all skill levels to embark on a rewarding career path in these cutting-edge fields.

The AI & Machine Learning Bootcamp will offer students practical and theoretical training in machine learning, with a focus on real-world applications and hands-on experience using industry-standard tools. This 26-week, part-time program covers essential topics such as Applied Data Science with Python, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Deep Neural Networks.


Meanwhile, the Cloud Computing Bootcamp provides comprehensive training in designing and implementing cloud infrastructure solutions, as well as managing cloud resources. This 26-week, part-time program incorporates over 40 hands-on projects and labs, featuring official content from major cloud providers like AWS and Microsoft Azure, thereby preparing students for industry-recognized certifications.


Catering to individuals at any stage of their careers, Fullstack Academy's bootcamp programs offer a holistic approach to learning, including professional career coaching, live workshops, office hours, and curated content throughout the cohort. Students will emerge with a robust job search toolkit, including a polished resume, an optimized LinkedIn profile, and access to an extensive alumni network.


Applications are now open for the AI & Machine Learning Bootcamp, with the inaugural cohort set to begin on July 31, 2023. The deadline to apply is July 25, 2023. For the Cloud Computing Bootcamp, interested candidates can apply until August 22, 2023, and the cohort will commence on August 29, 2023.


The academy also offers scholarships to eligible students, including active-duty service members and veterans, further expanding access to these valuable educational opportunities.


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