Learning How To Be A Software Developer
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Learning How To Be A Software Developer

This course series shows how to become a software developer.
3.1 (33 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
3,908 students enrolled
Created by Ebenezer Ogbu
Last updated 5/2019
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • The student will gain a knowledge of the software development industry, how to chart a career in the industry, and the technology stack that will get one into the industry.
Course content
Expand 5 lectures 01:41:13
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5 lectures 01:41:13

In this video I covered the -- Industry Overview-- where I talked about the following:
- Main activities
- Market sector
- Current industry trend

Preview 28:09

In this I covered the --The Logistics Of Learning How To Code-- where I talked about the following:

- Your Computer set up
- Your Development Environment
- Your Internet
- Your Study Materials
- Your Support Web Sites
- Your Source Control

The Logistics Of Learning How To Code
18:07

In this segment, I covered the -- Career Path -- where I talked about most of the careers available in the software industry. Some of these include:

- UI / UX Designer
- Front Developer
- Back End Developer
- Database Developer
- DevOps Engineer

Career Path
20:03

In this segment, I covered -- How To Get A Job In The Tech Industry-- where I talked about the following:

- Your CV
- Your GitHub Account
- Your LinkedIn Profile
- Where to look for Job

How To Get A Job
15:09

In this lecture, I want to share the best approach you can use to become a software developer.

I talked about all the various technology stack that you would be working with as a developer. I went on to demonstrate that the industry work according to some order, and following those order will make life a lot easier for a developer.

Also, I talked about the best approach to follow when the objective is to get into the industry as quickly as possible. Which is basically to promptly learn some HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and then launch straight into building end to end applications.

The Best Approach To Becoming a Software Developer
19:45
Requirements
  • Because the course has both a theoretical component and practical component. It will be beneficial having access to a computer system.
Description

In this videos I describe the various things that one needs to know about in other to become a software developer.

I covered topics such as:

  1. The Industry Overview

    In this part, I covered topics such as:

    -Main activities

    -Market Sector

    -Current Industry Trend


  2. The logistics of learning how to code

    In this lecture, I covered the items one need to have to effectively learn the trade. These include:
    - Your Computer set up
    - Your Development Environment
    - Your Internet
    - Your Study Materials
    - Your Support Web Sites
    - Your Source Control


  3. The career path

    In this lecture, I talked about some of the career path one can decide to go for. These include:

    - UI / UX Designer
    - Front Developer
    - Back End Developer
    - Database Developer
    - DevOps Engineer


  4. How to get a job

    In this lecture,  I talked about the following:
    - Your CV

    - Your GitHub Account

    - Your LinkedIn Profile

    - Where to look for Job


Who this course is for:
  • The target student for this course are those looking to get into the software development industry.