- Duration4 weeks
- Weekly study4 hours
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Software Development Fundamentals: Programming Languages and HTML
Starting a career in software development can be daunting - but it doesn’t have to be. Learn the basics and understand the languages, expectations, and processes involved in a software development job with this course.
You’ll cover common patterns in software architecture, different programming languages, and basic HTML to get you started in learning the building blocks of any development career.
Understand and define software architecture patterns
Software architecture refers to the fundamental structures of any software system, and the process of creating these structures. You’ll look at common patterns within software architecture, and be introduced to popular programming languages, including Java and Python.
Grow your knowledge of popular programming languages
Learn basic HTML tags and elements
HTML is at the core of any career in digital technology. It’s the standard markup language used for every document that’s designed to be displayed on a web browser.
Find out how to use basic HTML tags and elements. You’ll learn about the importance of creating meaningful wireframes and web layouts, and how to review simple HTML elements that can be applied to basic web layouts.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Examine software architecture and common patterns
- Define types of programming languages
- Demonstrate the use of basic HTML tags and elements
Who is the course for?
This ExpertTrack will grow your confidence in working with development teams and understand the challenges they face. It’s suitable for:
- Someone aiming to enter the digital sector
- Anyone looking to change careers into an entry-level role as a developer, or to establish foundations for a development career
- Established technology professionals looking to better understand software development and round out their skill set
- An entrepreneur with a business or product idea that needs some basic understanding of software development to assess the viability of their idea
Develop the foundations of a digital technology career, from Agile project management to HTML basics.