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      New to Programming

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      Typology Course
      Level Beginner
      Methodology Online
      Duration 12 Months
      Start Different dates available
      Online campus Yes
      Delivery of study materials Yes
      Support service Yes
      Virtual classes Yes
      • Course
      • Beginner
      • Online
      • Duration:
        12 Months
      • Start:
        Different dates available
      • Online campus
      • Delivery of study materials
      • Support service
      • Virtual classes
      Description

      This New to Programming bundle of coding courses is perfect for individuals with no previous programming experience and who are now looking to learn or build coding skills.If you are looking to learn coding or learn how to code in Python, C++ or C# then this course package will teach you what you need to know.

      In today’s world most people know how to turn on a computer or mobile phone and interact with the programs found on these devices. It is these programs that you will be taught to write across multiple platforms and devices. Basically, you will learn how to instruct the computer to follow commands through computer programming. Programming skills can be used to develop mobile apps, web pages, computer games, data solutions and much more.

      The programming industry is an ever-growing and ever more in-demand field, ensuring that a programming certification will prove to be lucrative, both in the sense of creativity and monetary value. Successful completion of the New to Programming course bundle will set the foundations for your new career in programming and see your career opportunities broaden.
      A few of the typical duties of a programmer may include writing programs in a variety of computer languages, such as C# or Python, updating existing programs, debugging program errors and upgrading code to ensure that they perform at their peak.

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      To take into account

      · What are the objectives of this course?

      When learning to code, it is recommended that you start your studies with the Python: Getting Started course. Python is a general purpose programming language that is easy to learn and easy to use. In fact, the UK Government has now incorporated Python into the current GCSE curriculum meaning it’s popularity has now grown massively. By adopting a gradual learning curve and focusing on concepts and paradigm, it quickly teaches you to think like a Programmer.

      · Who is it intended for?

      C# Analyst Programmer Game Programmer C# Programmer Python Programmer Senior Programmer Senior Python Programmer

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Java
      Programming
      Python
      Statements
      Data
      Java Programming
      JavaScript Security
      JavaScript Language
      Javascript training
      JDBC
      XML

      Course programme

      Courses included

      This comprehensive study package gives you unlimited access to the courses for 1 year.

      Python
      • Python 3, Part 1: Getting Started
      • Python 3, Part 2: Statements
      • Python 3, Part 3: Data
      • Python 3, Part 4: Functions and Classes
      Java
      • Java SE, Part 1: Objects, Classes, and Constructors
      • Java SE, Part 2: Inheritance, Interfaces, and Collections
      • Java SE, Part 3: JDBC, Reflections, and Threading
      • Java SE, Part 4: XML, Security, and JUnit
      C++
      • C++ 11, Part 1: Getting Started
      • C++ 11, Part 2: Syntax Fundamentals
      • C++ 11, Part 3: Data Structures and Pointers
      • C++ 11, Part 4: Arrays, Strings, and Functions
      C#
      • .NET Framework
      • .NET Framework 4.5.1, Part 1: Overview
      • .NET Framework 4.5.1, Part 2: One ASP.NET
      • .NET Framework 4.5.1, Part 3: Building on Windows
      C# 6 Development
      • Programming C# 6, Part 01: Getting started
      • Programming C# 6, Part 02: Your First App
      • Programming C# 6, Part 03: Projects and Syntax
      • Programming C# 6, Part 04: Variables and Data Types