CERTIFICATE IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT (FULLSTACK DEVELOPMENT) – Institute of Software Technologies

CERTIFICATE IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT (FULLSTACK DEVELOPMENT)

CERTIFICATE IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

A full-stack web developer is a person who can develop both client and server software. In this course, we are going to introduce you to two key web development languages, HTML and CSS. In addition to mastering HTML and CSS, you will
also get to know how to:

  • Program a browser (like using JavaScript)
  • Program a server (like using PHP)
  • Program a database (like using SQL)

This course takes you through the foundational concepts of full-stack development, software, operating systems, etc. Along with how to get the most value and impact from Full stack development.

  • Knowledge of computers is not a prerequisite to get started with this course. This course assumes no background in Computers or software development.

This course has been prepared for beginners as well as advanced learners who want to kickstart their careers in Software development. The course is also very useful for undergraduate students of computer science, engineering, business administration, management, science, commerce, and arts, where an introductory course on computers is a part of the curriculum. After completing this course, you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in the knowledge of software development from where you can take yourself to the next level

  1. Programming Fundamentals -This course is a language-independent introduction to programming logic. It consists of seven areas that cover the fundamentals of programming logic--introductory concepts, structure, decision-making, looping, array manipulation, calling methods, and an introduction to object-oriented programming.

 

  1. Databases Fundamentals -The course deals with data models and database systems and has been designed to enable you to understand the theoretical basis of databases and be able to apply that knowledge in developing and using relational databases. The lectures are organized around the database design lifecycle, while in the labs students go through the process of developing small databases from given requirements.

 

  1. HTML & CSS Basics -HTML and CSS go hand in hand for developing flexible, attractively and user-friendly websites. HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is used to show content on the page whereas CSS is used for presenting the page. HTML describes the structure of a Website semantically along with presentation cues, making it a mark-up language, rather than a programming language. HTML allows images and objects to be embedded and can be used to create interactive forms.

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18th January 2021

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10th May 2021

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6th Sept 2021