Programming Portfolio Project
Join our one-month program to enhance your programming skills by working with a team of developers to create an advanced application from scratch. Under the guidance of a professional software manager, showcase your collaborative software development experience and build your portfolio using various programming languages and libraries. Let's create something amazing together!
What you’ll learn
- Review web application development and software engineering pre-requisites, covering essential programming languages, frameworks, and tools.
- Enable students to complete an advanced application project suitable for display in their professional portfolios.
- Provide real-life experience of collaborating in a software engineering team using relevant protocols, technologies, and communication tools.
- Learn about relevant APIs, libraries, and datasets to accomplish the project. Students will integrate them into the project.
- Facilitate students' learning under the mentorship of an experienced software developer, ensuring guidance and support throughout the course.
- Completion of a course in Full Stack Python, Full Stack MERN, Java, or C# will provide a fundamental understanding of the project.
- Prior knowledge and skills in Frontend and Backend, specifically in certain areas.
- College and university students studying programming who are interested in a portfolio project.
- Knowledge of at least frontend or backend programming language
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The first stage is all about “What do we want?” Project planning is a vital role in the software delivery lifecycle since this is the part where the team estimates the cost and defines the requirements of the new software.
The second step is gathering maximum information from the client requirements for the product. Discuss each detail and specification of the product with the customer. The development team will then analyse the requirements keeping the design and code of the software in mind. The main goal of this stage is that everyone understands even the minute detail of the requirement. Hardware, operating systems, programming, and are to name the few requirements.
In the design phase, the program developer scrutinizes whether the prepared software suffices all the requirements of the end-user. Additionally, if the project is feasible for the customer technologically, practically, and financially.
Time to code! It means translating the design to a computer-legible language. In this fourth stage of SDLC, the tasks are divided into modules or units and assigned to various developers. The developers will then start building the entire system by writing code using the programming languages they chose. This stage is considered to be one of the longest in SDLC. The developers need certain predefined coding guidelines, and programming tools like interpreters, compilers, debugger to implement the code.
Once the developers build the software, then it is deployed in the testing environment. Then the testing team tests the functionality of the entire system. In this fifth phase of SDLC, the testing is done to ensure that the entire application works according to the customer requirements.
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Python is easy to learn and great for back-end coding. The popularity of Python as a programming language is on the upsurge, thanks to its readability and ability to do more with less coding. If you are looking for a course that offers Python web development for beginners, look no further. Our online course allows you to learn full stack web development with Python at your own pace from the comfort of your home.
No, a basic level of computer literacy and a motivation to learn is all you need for most of our courses.
The course is designed for diverse backgrounds; If programming or tech is a career track you really want to pursue, you can sign-up for our courses whether you are software engineer, product/program manager, analyst, researcher, consultant, student etc.
It can vary depending on your unique background. However, it usually takes 1-15 hours/week outside of the classroom for homework and study time.
Yes, you will be given a certificate of completion for this course after you pass your final exam.
Yes, please refer to our Veterans page for more details.
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