Python 4000: The Software Creation Process ("Gig Success")

Creating High-Quality Software - On Demand!
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Discover how to create & capture mission statements
Understand how to translate mission statements into requirmements
Learn how to use documentation to start managing client / patron expectations
Learn how to create & manage a software development project from gig / mission descriptions
Discover how to determine if a client is working with you, or working to take advantage of you
See the actual software created to match a requirement decomposition, design, & testing process

Requirements

  • Students must be able to create scripts & call functions using Python
  • The completion of our "Practical Python" series - or equvalent education - is recommended

Description

From that one person gig, to those board room brainstorming sessions, the concepts taught in "Gig Success" are designed for professionals who need to learn what to do to keep clients happy, as well as to influence software developers.

No matter if your are a top-down or bottom-up software developer, let me help you take your analytical, requirements- gathering, coding, and testing abilities, to the next level!


Who this course is for:

  • Students looking to learn how to succeed in the new, global, "Gig Economy"
  • Software developers interested in learning how to better work with clients & patrons
  • Professionals who want to know how to capture requirements, as well as how to create & test software, from them

Course content

5 sections12 lectures1h 2m total length
  • Introduction
    01:47
  • Mission Statements
    01:28
  • DIY Mission(s)
    01:36
  • Real-World Gig Descriptions
    01:23

Instructor

Software Engineer & Educator
Randall Nagy
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 502 Reviews
  • 43,683 Students
  • 25 Courses

Randall Nagy is a tenured "hands-on" software development engineer, author, and software designer / architect.  He has served as both a Principal Software Development Engineer at Informix (a major database company acquired by IBM,) as well as the Principal Trainer for Borland.

Mr. Nagy's "Linked In" recommendations testify to a 30+ year track record of excellent personal communication skills, design & analysis abilities, as well as superior consulting, coding, & training results.

Though tenured, Mr. Nagy is most often described as being authoritatively technical, yet very personable & easy to get along with.

The author of over 30 on-line Udemy titles and 50+ open source projects, Mr. Nagy's hands-on experience includes topics such as C/C++, Python, MicroPython, AWS, OAuth 2.o, SO / SOA, Security, Testing, UML, Java/JEE, .NET (C# and VB.NET), LAMP, SQL, Hadoop, jQuery, PHP, HTML 5, Android, OOA/OOD, UML, DoDAF and more. Maintaining techniques in embedded engineering, Mr. Nagy has experience creating custom training for such expert-level, high-performance technologies as Modern C/C++, Apache Spark, and IBM Rhapsody.

Technically speaking, "... from the best Service-Oriented practices to embedded engineering, I maintain an extensive hands-on skill set. I have both designed and personally implemented architectures from the client to the server, well into the RFC Layer.

From writing for BYTE Magazine to books on Amazon, I have helped thousands of students master tough technical concepts. I hope you will like our training!"