How to Become a Senior Developer - Beyond coding skills
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Create software with minimum bugs
- Solve bugs efficiently
- Plan your technologies learning path
- Stand out in your team
- Be productive as a developer
- Constantly improve
- Many other critical skills and techniques
- An ambition to become a senior software developers
If you want to establish yourself as a senior developer, you need to know more than just the latest frameworks and technologies.
If you feel you have the knowledge it takes to advance to a better position, but something is still missing and you don't seem to get there - you've come to the right place!
In this course, Oren, a seasoned development manager, takes you on a pragmatic journey to master the skills you need to become a senior developer which are not thought anywhere else!
Here are some of the topics you'll learn:
How to perform a task with ZERO bugs.
How to find the optimal solution for a task.
How to handle bugs efficiently.
How to choose which technologies, methodologies etc. to learn in order to get to where you want professionally.
How to stand out in his team.
And so much more..
So if you don't want to get stuck behind, this course will get you from where you are right now, be it a student or a junior software developer, to becoming a senior software developer, with basic and advanced insights, advices and tips!
You will also get lifetime access to all lectures, and a 30 day money back guarantee!
Join us now!
- Students of any programming language before their first job
- Junior software developers who want to become Senior Software Developers
- Intermediate software developers who want to become Senior Software Developers
In this lesson I'll show you the module's lessons and what they are about
In this lesson I'll discuss the theoretical learning techniques like reading books and watching online courses - which is better and for what?
In this lesson I'll discuss questions like why is it important to write high quality code, and when NOT to write high quality code