Software Development From A to Z - Beginner's Complete Guide
What you'll learn
- Understand what it takes to become a software developer
- Explore positions in the software development industry, from internships to key roles such as Software Architect, System Analyst, DevOps Engineer, and more.
- Get insights into the daily activities of a professional software developer
- Gain a realistic perspective on the challenges and rewards of a career in tech
- Unravel the truths and misconceptions about becoming a software developer
- Discover how professional software products are developed
- Learn how to organize and optimize your work using Agile, Scrum, and Kanban
- Kickstart your coding journey with our Python module
- Learn key concepts from basic variables to object orientation and algorithms – a perfect foundation for aspiring programmers
- Use UML to communicate effectively with other developers
- Get the companion eBook for FREE! (sells for $28.80 on Amazon)
- No prerequisites (we will teach you everything you need to know)
- A desire to learn new concepts
Welcome to "Software Development From A to Z: A Complete Guide for Beginners"
If you're new to the field or considering a career switch, this course is tailored for you. It's a jargon-light, beginner-friendly guide to software development.
Why This Course?
No prior experience is required
Jump right in! This course is crafted for absolute beginners, so you can start learning without any background in software development.
This course takes a panoramic view, from demystifying software development myths to hands-on coding in Python and the basics of web development.
Complex topics like Object-Oriented Programming and Software Development Methodologies are broken down into easy-to-understand language.
Stay ahead of the curve with regular updates. Upcoming modules include versioning systems, career guidance, and job interview preparation.
What You Will Learn
The real world of software development: separating myths from reality.
Key methodologies in software development: Waterfall, Scrum, Kanban, and more.
Designing software using UML: understanding and communicating software design using an industry standard approach.
Coding in Python: starting with the basics and moving on to more advanced topics like error handling and algorithms.
What Qualifies Me to Teach You?
I have more than 25 years of software development expertise. I've worked for companies like Apple, Siemens, and SAP.
As a software architect, I have designed and built several enterprise systems and frameworks, including core components of Siemens Healthcare's syngo image processing system. I'm one of the senior software architects behind the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for iOS, a framework built by Apple and SAP. I currently hold twelve patents related to inventions in the field of mobile computing.
"Excellent course, a fantastic instructor. A comprehensive course for those who are starting in software development. Highly recommended." - Guillermo A. Robiglio
"Abstract concepts simplified into digestible information." - Brian McPherson
"Good for refreshing programming skills and learning about how to use them professionally." - Dieter Funkhauser
Access to a private course forum for personalized support.
Free companion eBook and downloadable resources such as UML cheat sheets and quick reference guides
Regular updates to keep the content fresh and relevant.
Software development: myths vs. reality
- Misconceptions around software development
Software development methodologies
- What’s a Software Development Methodology?
- What’s the Difference between Agile and Waterfall?
- How is Work Organized in Scrum?
- Just-in-Time and Kanban. What has Toyota to Do with Software Development?
- Learn to Code through hands-on Python Examples
- Basic Syntax
- Control Flow
- Error Handling
- File Input and Output
- Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
- Introduction to Algorithms
The Unified Modeling Language (UML)
- UML Diagram Types
- The Class Diagram
- UML Relationships
- The Sequence Diagram
- The Statechart Diagram
- How Do Websites Work?
- What's HTML?
- Using CSS to Style Webpages
Software Development from A to Z is the perfect course for you if you plan to switch careers or if you just want to find out more about software development.
A 30-day money-back guarantee ensures you can try the course risk-free.
If this course aligns with your learning goals, feel free to enroll. I'm here to guide you at every step along the way.
So why wait? Start your journey into the world of software development today!
See you in the first lesson.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for you if you plan to start a career in software development
- This course will refresh your knowledge about software development concepts
- Take this course if you want to acquire technical skills required for job interviews
- You'll get insights into the software development industry
Károly Nyisztor is a professional software engineer, instructor, and author. So far, he has inspired over 200,000 students worldwide.
As an instructor, he aims to share his more than 25 years of software development expertise and change the lives of students throughout the world. He's passionate about helping people reveal hidden talents and guiding them into the world of startups and programming.
Karoly has worked for companies like Apple, Siemens, and SAP. As a software architect, he has designed and built several enterprise frameworks. He currently holds twelve patents related to inventions in the field of mobile computing.
He has worked with various technologies and programming languages, including x86 Assembly, C, C++, Java, Objective-C, Swift, and Python. Karoly has built several successful iOS apps and games that Apple has featured as" New and Noteworthy," "App of the Month," and "Best Travel Apps."
After 18 years, he left the corporate world to start his own business. He is the founder of LEAKKA, a software development and tech consulting company. Since 2016, he has been fully committed to teaching.
Karoly teaches Software Architecture, Object-Oriented Programming and Design, Software Security, iOS Programming, Machine Learning, Swift and Python Programming, and UML.