The world is changing, and technologies are improving. And any professional needs to develop constantly as the job market gets more competitive. Being a narrow specialist does not exclude a need to possess skills and knowledge, not just within your profession.
This issue is quite acute for the IT sector representatives as technologies are developing extremely fast, probably the fastest among all professions. The programmer must follow the trends every day, adapt changes in the tech world to work processes. For instance, an engineer, after mastering one of the IT technologies, gets his first job, and immediately asks the question: "How to plan a further career development?".
Lifelong learning is the most effective solution. Therefore, DAN.IT recommends choosing the Software Engineering: CI/CD course as the next step in your career. The curriculum is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the software development process. SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) is a set of key aspects that every software developer should know.
The main task of this course is to combine fundamental knowledge and modern tools so that the young specialist has a solid foundation for the development in the world of zeros and ones.
The course is suitable for:
- Junior / Junior + / Middle developers
- Testers, DevOps
- Support engineers, SRE
The course program is intense and informative. In addition to an effective knowledge stack, each student will clearly understand:
- what is the software development life cycle (SDLC)
- how Git became the standard for storing source code
- how Code Review helps to improve the quality of the software product
- why do you need Pull Request
- how to apply TDD in practice
- why it is necessary to use the Drop mechanism even for small projects
- what is Release Management
- how to isolate large functional parts of the system by using User Story Isolation
In addition, you will learn the principles of development process building to effectively respond to custom escalations by maintaining the stated SLAs.
Each graduate will master the skills of setting up a system of continuous integration (CI/CD), linking together Jenkins, SonarQube, Nexus, and Github. You will get familiar with Docker and Kubernetes, learn how to use them to create software products that can work with a high load and be resistant to failures.
With the help of Terraform, you'll deploy an Enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure, and Helm will help you understand how to work with Kubernetes-based systems.
Vladyslav Kurmaz, the course creator and lecturer, has 20 years of experience as a developer and specializes in innovative solutions integration for the development of companies through an efficient and effective work environment. His wide scope of activities allows him to share his knowledge with students qualitatively and fully.
Learn more about the course program, get additional information from the educational manager, and make sure that the Software Engineering course is suitable for your professional development by visiting www.dan-it.com.ua.
Develop and improve yourself, and DAN.IT Education is there to help you.