If you have never written a line of code in your life before but want to learn how to develop software this course is for you.
This course provides the core knowledge to begin programming in any language. The course covers creating programmes to learn conditions, variables, loops, expressions and much more. You will work with different kinds of data and learn modular code, best coding practices how to debug your code and much more.
Who is the Software Development course aimed at?
This course is aimed at the complete beginner or those who have a taken the first steps in coding but want to learn the best way to program. The course does not teach one language but will teach you the fundamentals of how all languages work which will make learning any new programming language much more easy.
So if you want to take the next step in learning how to code for fun or for profit there is a course that will suit your needs.
If your aim is to become a programmer as either a freelancer or a full time employee then this course will give you an excellent start in laying down the principles of software development and teaching you the fundamentals of how all languages work.
So if you want to become a games developer, an apps developer, a web developer then this is definitely the place to start if you have little or no experience and want to learn the fundamentals correctly.
Software Development course content
- How to write code
- What are compiled and interpreted languages
- How to request user input
- Numbers, characters, strings, and operators
- Writing conditional code
- Modular code and its advantages
- Writing loops
- Finding patterns in strings
- Working with arrays and collections
- Reading and writing to files
- Managing memory usage
- Learning about other languages
What kind of Software Development courses are available?
There are many ways to learn Software Development to suit both your lifestyle and budget and your interests.
Many companies offer a wide variety of learning methods including:
- One day courses - Live Face to face - often a basics course
- Evening Courses
- Week day courses - usually full time four or five days
- Weekend courses - usually one or more weekends
- Residential courses - Live face to face training in a training provider facility
- Distance Learning courses
- Online training courses
After completing the Software Development course
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