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Web Design Technology

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Web design technology concerns the design and development of websites. Students in this field typically learn how to work with clients to create a website that fits their specifications and is visually appealing, as well as practical and applicable to their business and services.

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Quality Assurance

Infopulse University Ukraine
Online & Campus Combined Full time 60 hours September 2017 Ukraine Kiev

Automated Software Testing is a process, utilizing tools to execute pre-scripted tests on a software application before releasing it into production. Students write a test script once, and then run it repeatedly in under a minute. Tests are often run in parallel with other, testing changes and searching for defects. [+]

Course Studies in Web Design Technology in Europe 2017. Automated Software Testing is a process, utilizing tools to execute pre-scripted tests on a software application before releasing it into production. Students write a test script once, and then run it repeatedly in under a minute. Tests are often run in parallel with other, testing changes and searching for defects. Course outline Introduction to Software Testing History of Software Testing Why to Test Software? Purpose of Testing Principles of Testing Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Software development process: models and methodologies Testing and Quality Assurance Quality Assurance overview Goals and benefits of Quality Assurance Software Testing basic concepts Software Testing across the SDLC Measuring testing process, metrics in testing Overview of Test Tracking systems Software Testing Life Cycle Types of Testing Test phases and activities Test artifacts, test documentation: Test Plan Test Case Check List Bug Report Test Results Report Requirements Review of Requirements and Specifications Traceability Matrix Test Plan Test Planning activities Test Strategy Test Plan template Test Case Test Case attributes Writing and Tracking Test Cases Check List Practical use Difference between Test Cases and Check Lists Bug Report Bug’s Life Cycle Bug attributes Bug severity and priority Metrics in Bug Tracking Overview of Bug Tracking Systems Test Results Report Basic concepts Test Report Template Test Design techniques Test coverage Basic test design techniques Test fundamentals Black-Box White-Box Gray-Box Testing Functional and non-Functional Testing Overview of Functional Testing Different types of Testing Security Testing Performance Testing Installation Testing Usability Testing Failover and Recovery Testing Configuration Testing Testing the changes: Smoke Sanity Build Verification Regression Testing Testing levels: Unit Testing Integration Testing System Testing Acceptance Testing Alpha and Beta Testing Additional aspects of managing Software Testing Object-Oriented Systems Testing Client-Server and Web-Based Systems Testing Testing COTS Systems Overview of Automated Testing Goals, basic concepts, advantages and disadvantages Test automation tools Risk management in Testing Risk classification Risk analysis and priorities, risk management Your Career as Software Tester Tester: personal qualities Features of tester's work Professional development Testing certifications Interview with potential employer Preparation for interview CV, typical questions and answers, behavior at interview Exercises: Test cases design for test tasks Preparing of test documentation (test plan, test cases, check lists, test result report) Requirements analysis, traceability matrix Test design and test execution for test tasks Bug reporting Test design techniques: practical use [-]

Advanced Study Program in Web Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Rome
Campus Part time 7 months March 2017 Italy Rome

Media Designers use blogging, podcasting (webcasting) and NetTV, as well as new media content generators, and have the ability of organising communities and social networks to enable their users to share their opinions through text, images, music, ideas and suggestions. The course aims at creating a professional profile within the Web Media Designer able to produce a new generation of services with the web 2.0 advertising and marketing techniques in which on-line ideas are produced and shared through on-line communities and companies. [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ITALIAN Aimed at: The course is addressed to Newly-graduates and professionals (designers, developers, tool planners, journalists and columnists, Marketing managers, etc.) who want to specialize in the field of digital media in the communication scope. The knowledge of web 1.0 and marketing, advertising and design web principles is required. Objective and structure: The course in Web Design is conceived as a creative and productive lab and makes use of professionals working in the Digital Media field: Art Directors, Web Designers, Managers, Internet Technicians and Web Agencies. The didactic activity is integrated by projects ordered by real customers that allow applying the website design as well as realizing and publishing the conceived websites. DESIGN AREA The content elements representing the communication structure of the website with reference to design are the important step of the design on the Internet. COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA AREA During the training, the future Web Media Designer will learn the contents and the market techniques linked to the Internet. TECHNOLOGIES AREA The use of the state-of-the-art software technologies to realize highly interactive websites in which the users can change and update the contents. Hardware technologies and the software for the network to configure the servers and the network. RIGHTS AND COPYRIGHT AREA The Web Media Designer field uses the new models conceived to protect rights and the copyright with flexible and modifiable licences. [-]

iOS Bootcamp for Developers

Ironhack Barcelona
Campus Full time 8 weeks August 2017 Spain Barcelona

Become an iOS developer in 8 weeks. Learn the fundamentals of Objective-C, CocoaTouch, Xcode, interface design and networking. [+]

Course Studies in Web Design Technology in Europe 2017. Student Type Thinking about enrolling in our iOS Development Bootcamp, but don’t know if you’re the right fit? We’re looking for intermediate to experienced developers who have had experience working with an object-oriented programming language. This course is much more fast-paced than our Web Development course. Some of the types of students that have enrolled in our iOS Development Bootcamp include: Computer Science graduates who want to learn mobile development with a real-world focus. Software developers who want to upgrade their skills and toolset with mobile development skills. Course structure Pre-work Part-time: 15-20 hours per week. Work remotely, weekly group sessions. 3+ Weeks. Course Full-time: 60+ hours per week. 9AM-8PM, Monday through Friday. 8 Weeks. Hiring Week Let us help you prepare for the hiring process. 1 week post-Ironhack Action plan in 11 weeks Pre-work module Pre-Work Weeks 1, 2, and 3 (Online). Consists of 60 hours of online content that you’ll have to complete in order to reach the required level of knowledge for the bootcamp. Learn everything you need to make the most of the 8 weeks you’ll spend at Ironhack. Week 01 The basics Objective-C, Xcode and interface builder Swift Simple memory management First test specs with XCUnit Cocoa Pods Week 02 Start coding! MVC pattern Controllers Simple views Week 03 Touching ground Views, Custom views and drawing Simple animations Autolayout Touches and gestures Week 04 Persistent apps Models Basic Persistence and basic networking Threads and concurrency Week 05 Testing focus Advanced Persistence (Core Data) Advanced Testing (Kiwi, Expecta) Functional Testing (KIF) Week 06 Getting serious Core Graphics and Core Animations Location Advanced Networking Debugging, Profiling Week 07 & 08 Test your skills Advanced Workshops Final Projects Deploy an App in the AppStore Extra time Hiring week Mock interviews Coding challenges Meet your potential employers [-]

Web Development Part-time

Ironhack Barcelona
Campus Part time 6 months October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The same material covered in our Web Development Bootcamp in a flexible weekend format. Learn Ruby on Rails, Javascript and HTML/CSS. [+]

Student Type Thinking about enrolling in our bootcamp but don't know if you're the right fit? We're mainly looking for people who are passionate about technology and learn quickly Some of the student profiles that have enrolled in our Web Development Bootcamp Career changers: all sorts of people that want to break into tech. From bankers to flight attendants. Designers who want to learn programming Marketers who want to become growth hackers CS Majors who want to sharpen their practical, real-world development skills Entrepreneurs who want to get to understand the technical side Experienced developers who want to retool Course structure Pre-work Part-time: 15-20hr/week Learn remotely 3 weeks Course Europe Part-time: 20 h/week Tuesday, Thursday 6pm to 9pm Saturday, from 10am to 5pm Online, 7 h/week 6 months U.S Part-time: 20 h/week Tuesday, Thursday 6:30pm to 9:30pm Saturday 10am to 5pm Online, 7 h/week 6 months Hiring Week Let us help you prepare for the hiring process. 1 week post-Ironhack Action plan in 6 months Previous weeks (Online) Pre-work module 60 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level at the next module. Learn all that you need to make the most of the 6 months and build your own final project. Block 01 Start coding! Git, Github Intro programming and algorithms Object Orientation Coding in Ruby Block 02 Clean Code Clean code principles SOLID, SRP TDD (Test Driven Development) Sinatra Block 03 Front-End HTML/CSS Javascript Document Object Model Block 04 Put all together Data and relationships with Rails Using MVC with Rails Block 05 Advanced Javascript APIs HTML5 Design patterns Responsive design Block 06 Getting serious Common gems & tools Authentication & Authorization REST API Securing things Block 07 and 08 The end Advanced Workshops Final Projects Demo Day Extra time Hiring week Mock interviews Coding challenges Meet your potential employers [-]

Front-End Web Development

Ironhack Barcelona
Campus Part time 10 weeks June 2017 Spain Barcelona

Become a front-end developer in 10 weeks. Learn the fundamentals of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. [+]

Course Studies in Web Design Technology in Europe 2017. Who is it for Coding Newbies New to programming? This course is the perfect starting point for those who have tried learning online without any success. Designers Take your UX/UI skills to the next level. Bring your prototypes to life by turning them into fully functional websites. Professional Development Working with developers at your workspace? Learn to effectively communicate ideas in a technical environment Future Bootcamp Students Thinking of enrolling in full-time bootcamp but not sure if it's the right step? This course is the perfect place to make the leap easier Course Syllabus Intro to HTML & CSS You will learn how to create captivating user experiences using HTML, CSS and front-end frameworks such as Bootstrap & Foundation. Topics Include: Programming tools and workflow setup Introduction to Markup & HTML Deep dive into CSS Grid System & Responsive Design Rapid Prototyping with Bootstrap Intro to JavaScript You will learn how to add interactivity to the site using JavaScript & the most common JavaScript libraries including jQuery. Topics include: Basics of Programming using JavaScript (Control flow & Data structures) Introduction to jQuery Boostrap JS Components Third Party APIs using JavaScript Intro to WordPress You will learn to create templates using WordPress, one of the most in-demand CMS, followed by an introduction to the art of freelancing. Introduction to building with PHP & Wordpress, the world’s most popular CMS Optimizing Sites (Semantics, Meta Tags, Sprites) Introduction to Sass and compiling tools Intro to Freelancing Course Structure Class Every Monday will start with quick intro to a new topic followed by in-class pair-programming exercises. Online Content Students will get access to the Ironhack online platform for self-guided learning outside of class. Project Lab Each week will end with a culminating project individually or in pairs. TA’s will be available for in-class help as well. [-]

Web Development Bootcamp

Ironhack Barcelona
Campus Full time 8 weeks June 2017 Spain Barcelona

Become a web developer in 8 weeks. Learn the fundamentals of Ruby on Rails, Javascript and HTML / CSS. [+]

Who is it for Career Changers Looking to make a transition into a technical career? Ironhack’s Web Development Bootcamp is designed to help you acquire the right set of skills to land a job as a junior a developer or a technical focused role. Entrepreneurs If you’re thinking of launching a technology company, this course will help you acquire the skills required to build an MVP or manage a technical team. Level Up This course is the perfect choice for those looking to complement their existing skillset and move into a more technically focused role such as product analyst, growth hacker etc. Recent Graduates Just graduated from high school or college? This course will provide you with the fundamental skills to launch a career in a technical field or start your own business. Course Syllabus Programming Fundamentals Lay out the foundations before building a robust web application. Before starting any project, it is essential to plan out everything from user case to properly modelling data structures. Topics include: Dev Environment Setup Basics of the web (computing & networks) Basics of programming (control flow & data structures) Project collaboration using Github Back-End Web Development Learn to create database-driven applications using Ruby on Rails, a modern web language and MVC framework. Think of this as all the electricals and plumbing behind the walls in your house. Topics include: Ruby on Rails Software architecture (OOP & MVC) Relational databases & ORMs Test driven development APIs using Node.js Front-End Web Development You will learn how to create captivating & dynamic user experience using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Think of this as the interior design in your house. Topics include: HTML & HAML CSS, LESS & Sass JavaScript JavaScript Libraries (jQuery) Responsive Design Financial options Need payment assistance? Our financing options make it easy for you to pay in installments and focus on your goals instead of worrying about financial barriers. Deposit Our courses fill up fast. In order to secure a spot, we require an upfront deposit due upon acceptance into the course. Deposit amount: 750€ Women scholarship We feel there is a gender gap in the tech community. We are proud to promote women in tech with an upfront scholarship of 1.000€ [-]

Makers (Junior Web Developer Course)

Makers Academy
Campus Full time 16 weeks Open Enrollment United Kingdom London

In 12 weeks, go from being a novice to a junior web developer with the intensive, coding bootcamp in London [+]

Course Studies in Web Design Technology in Europe 2017. LIFE AT MAKERS Being a student at Makers Academy is a very emotional journey. Eating, sleeping and breathing code becomes a huge part of your life, but looking after your wellbeing is also critical to becoming a great developer. On site we have Dana, our Chief Joy Officer - a certified yoga instructor who runs daily yoga and meditation classes and is here to look after your well being. It’s also important to unwind and bond socially with your cohort. We're surrounded by some of London's quirkiest cafes, yummiest street food and busiest pubs. We also host regular events such as Petcha Kutcha lightning talks, games nights, karaoke nights, as well as organising group activities like climbing, go-karting and going to the theatre. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN PRECOURSE Everything you need to get ready for the main course In the four weeks preceding the full-time course, all students are required to complete a (very important!) part-time PreCourse, which ensures that all of our students get to the required basic level of competence when they enrol at Makers Academy. In the first week, we focus on the foundations: first, the command-line, which is key to navigating around your computer; second, you'll tackle version control using Git and Github. This is followed by learning Ruby syntax through challenges. The PreCourse requires a minimum of 20 hours per week to complete successfully, but the more time you can spend on the PreCourse, the better. Each Friday during the PreCourse, we send out a challenge to help solidify and focus students' learning and check in on their progress. WEEK 1 Test-Driven Development and Object-Oriented Programming The main topics of week 1 are test-driven development and object-oriented programming. By now, students have some experience writing pure Ruby code and are familiar with the functionality of core Ruby classes. This week we start creating our own classes in a test-driven way. The aim of this week is to understand how to structure code using objects. The Friday challenge involves writing a simple object-oriented system of interacting classes. WEEK 2 Further TDD and OOP This week we build a game using test-driven development and object-oriented programming to make sure students understand these important concepts well. We also cover more advanced Ruby and programming topics: lambdas vs procs, composition vs inheritance, iterators and recursion. The Friday challenge involves reimplementing some of the more advanced methods from the Ruby core library. WEEK 3 Introduction to Web Development By now, students are comfortable using Ruby and writing object-oriented code in a test-driven way. In week 3 we focus on the fundamentals of the web: HTTP protocols, the Sinatra framework, HTML & CSS. We also learn how to deploy our code to Heroku and use the development tools in Chrome. The Friday challenge involves building a Sinatra application and deploying it to Heroku. WEEK 4 Databases and User Management It's time to learn how to add a relational database to a Sinatra application using DataMapper. In this week we talk about relational databases, key-value stores and SQL. We also spend a lot of time discussing proper management of user accounts: hashing and salting, choosing appropriate hashing algorithms and mitigating common security risks. Students write a user management system (sign up, sign in, sign out, etc) from scratch, paying special attention to the security aspects. Finally, students also learn how to use Capybara to test-drive web applications. The Friday challenge focuses on relational databases. This is a an important milestone as students now have a full picture of web development. WEEK 5 Front-End Technologies Now that students can build test-driven, secure, database-backed web applications, it's time to start talking about other front-end technologies: JavaScript, jQuery, AJAX and responsive design. Students begin learning their second language: JavaScript, also known as the language of the web. The Friday challenge asks students to reimplement the front-end of one of the most popular websites in the world. WEEK 6 Lab Week This is a less structured week to allow students to consolidate their learning. Students may choose to revisit topics from the previous weeks, catch up on missed work or explore new projects. WEEK 7 Node.js Students expand their knowledge of JavaScript by learning Angular (a popular front-end framework) and Node (JavaScript for the server), combining them to build powerful full-stack applications. The Friday challenge is based on refreshing your Ruby knowledge. WEEK 8 Ruby on Rails Basics In week 8 we start working with Ruby on Rails. By now students have a solid understanding of Ruby, the web (HTTP, HTML, JavaScript, etc) and have experience using databases. Armed with all this knowledge, they find Rails easy to understand as it merely automates what they can do without it. This week we talk about ActiveRecord, the asset pipeline, routing and Rails architecture. The Friday challenge focuses on the basics of Ruby on Rails. WEEK 9 Advanced Ruby on Rails Topics This week we talk about more advanced topics: Websockets, HTML5 APIs, using Bootstrap or Foundation, connecting to various APIs: Stripe, Twilio, etc. The challenge for this week focuses on these topics. WEEK 10 The Final Project By now students are confident junior developers. To put their skills to their test, they build a final project that shows how far they've come since they started. This week we introduce fewer new topics and instead focus on helping students to build the first version of their final project. WEEK 11 Graduation Early in the week we declare a feature freeze to make sure the final projects are as polished as possible. This is the most intensive week at Makers Academy, when all teams stay late trying to outperform each other to write the most impressive code. There is no Friday challenge. Instead, we have a graduation ceremony, followed by a party attended by friends, families, hiring partners, recruiters, ex-students and prospective students of Makers Academy. WEEK 12 Hiring Week This week our new graduates receive the personal attention of our expert placements team. They focus on honing life-long learning skills and preparing to enter the jobs market. This could include technical tests, working on open-source code or even working on projects for charities that we partner with. For those students who attend Makers as entrepreneurs, this is a great week to start working on your MVP! [-]