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ENTRY-LEVEL SOFTWARE DEVELOPER TRAINING FUNDED BY THE HAROLD ALFOND FOUNDATION

July 13, 2021

The Center for Workforce and Professional Development is currently recruiting participants for an entry-level software developer training program; all costs associated with the program are funded by the Harold Alfond Foundation, so the program is offered to the community at no cost.

Over the course of the 12-week training, participants in this training program can expect to understand basic software development components: simple coding blocks, portion with conditionals, loops, sequencing, etc; receive an introduction to a “C” based procedural language translating code to real world actions, beginning with an internet of things (IOT) enabled device for introduction to hardware, and designing a bottom to top project in the Internet of Things using a development environment; HTML & Javascript, developing webpage functionality; learning more advanced programming language for problem solving (Python); use GitHub and other practice tools of the software developer program to practice collaboration and agile/team development methods.

The curriculum is designed to assist participants in preparation for a certification exam in Python language. This is considered an online training course and does have a designated schedule where participants will meet as a group with the instructor via Zoom; however, there will be a fair amount of self-paced work to ensure all training objectives are met.

To register for the software developer training program listed above, click to complete the online registration form.

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