Depending on your responsibilities and how good you get at your job, software development usually comes with a good pay. Companies are willing to spend good money on talent, so you’re likely to be paid above the average.
We follow our original TechCollege in IT® method developed within last seven years of teaching newbies, to make sure that our remote courses are based on what matters most: live classes and sessions with our experienced instructors who explain you all you need in human way.
Classes are held every weekend, Sat and Sun
Classes are held every weekday, Mon to Thurs
Mentor is there to help you during the classes and lead you through the topics
You can pay in 12 installments
What are HTML and CSS and what can you use them for?
You will find out the answer in this module. We will introduce you to the most popular HTML tags, show you what attributes are, and take care of selectors and cascading styles. You will learn the basics of CSS and practice it during classes with the instructor. Without this knowledge, you won’t be able to create your first website or other documents intended for viewing in a browser.
What is the difference between frontend and backend?
This module will introduce you to a discussion about which operations that impact the operation of websites belong to the frontend and backend.
We will show you a list of the most important tasks that must be performed to create a website.
Content Management Systems (CMS) are ready-made software that allows you to efficiently create a new website (online store, blog, company website). We will show you that you don’t always need to build a website from scratch but use ready-made systems that make it possible to develop a website even in a few days.
What is a framework?
A framework for building an application defines the overall mechanism of its operation. Thanks to these, the developer’s work is much faster, efficient and effective because it’s based on ready-made components, supplemented with elements the project requires.
Finally, you will present a working application and discuss what you have accomplished and ideas for further development. A code review will also be scheduled during the classes.