SOLID Principles: Software Architecture |Design Better*
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SOLID Principles: Software Architecture |Design Better*

Gain The SOLID understanding of Software Architecture & Design
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1,466 students enrolled
Created by Up Degree
Last updated 11/2019
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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
  • Basics of Software Development
  • Types/Levels of Software Architecture
  • Essential Skills of a Good Software Architect Like : Design, Decide, Simplify, Code
Requirements
  • Basic Understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle
  • Basic Understanding of the various Software Development Terminologies
  • Interest and Ability to Unlearn and Relearn
  • Keep all diversions aside – YouTube, Music, Mobile Phone, etc., when attending this course
Description

WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE

IT developer or engineer.

You are still growing as a developer, but you are looking ahead and planning your career. Even if the goals are initially

vague, a person who consciously sets strategic goals will reach them much quicker than a person who does not plan

where she is heading.


Team leader, lead software engineer.

You are at the highest stage of the software development discipline. To grow further, you have a choice to either learn

one more stack of technologies, pursue a career outside software engineering, or to become a software architect.


Software architect.

You recently took this position, or have been working in this field for a long time. Perhaps one of the main qualities of

such a specialist is the understanding that there are always areas that a person does not know and that the learning

process is continuous.


IT manager.

Although you are a manager, you understand perfectly well that you should at least approximately understand what

your subordinates or colleagues are doing. The acute problem of management is the technical incompetence of the

manager in the field in which he or she is managing.


Meet Your Instructor

Mr. Ashok has

•10+ Years of Experience in Software Design and Development

•Have Developed Software for several majors like Nokia, BSNL, Radio Mirchi, Times Group,

etc.,

•Primary Domain Expertise – Telecom, Retail

•Primary Technology Expertise – Linux, PHP, Laravel, MySQL, Computer Security

•Currently heading a Technology Firm out of India

•Also, Playing a Role as one of the Lead Technical Instructors in UpDegree

Who this course is for:
  • ● IT developer or engineer. You are still growing as a developer, but you are looking ahead and planning your career. Even if the goals are initially vague, a person who consciously sets strategic goals will reach them much quicker than a person who does not plan where she is heading.
  • ● Team leader, lead software engineer. You are at the highest stage of the software development discipline. To grow further, you have a choice to either learn one more stack of technologies, pursue a career outside software engineering, or to become a software architect.
  • ● Software architect. You recently took this position, or have been working in this field for a long time. Perhaps one of the main qualities of such a specialist is the understanding that there are always areas that a person does not know and that the learning process is continuous.
  • ● IT manager. Although you are a manager, you understand perfectly well that you should at least approximately understand what your subordinates or colleagues are doing. The acute problem of management is the technical incompetence of the manager in the field in which he or she is managing.