Course Code: GES375
|A.||Introduction to an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)|
|B.||Introduction to Cloud 9|
|C.||The Cloud 9 Ecosystem|
|D.||The Command-line Interface|
|G.||Debugging HTML & CSS In the Browser|
|H.||Introduction to Responsive Web Design|
|J.||Mobile vs desktop approach|
|P.||Core CSS & The Grid System|
|S.||Introduction to User Experience Design (UXD)|
|T.||The Strategy Plane|
|U.||The Scope Plane|
|V.||The Structure Plane|
|W.||The Skeleton Plane|
|X.||The Surface Plane|
|Y.||Putting it all together - Resumé Mini Project I|
|AA.||Learn definitions and tasks performed by peer specialists|
|BB.||Learn the value of inspiring hope and contributing to the development of a recovery culture|
|CC.||Be introduced to appropriate roles in the workplace|
|DD.||Understand how their own values are formed and how understanding themselves effects the way in which they understand others|
|EE.||Be introduced to concepts such as conflict resolution, cultural competency and tolerance|
|FF.||Understand the importance of self-care and design a self-care plan|
|A.||Introduction to Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets (Sass)|
|C.||SCSS as a scripting language|
|D.||Structuring with SCSS|
|E.||Responsive Design with SCSS|
|F.||Test-Driven Development Using Jasmine|
|G.||Introduction to jQuery|
|I.||Traversing the DOM|
|J.||Introduction to Data Visualizations|
|K.||Scalable Vector Graphics|
|M.||DC.js and Crossfilter.js|
|N.||Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)|
|P.||Data & The DOM|
|Q.||Putting it all together - Resumé Mini Project II|
|B.||Getting Started with Python in Cloud 9|
|C.||Test Driven Development with Python|
|D.||Getting to grips with algorithms|
|E.||Boggle Solver Part One|
|F.||Boggle Solver Part Two|
|G.||Reading and writing to files|
|H.||The Flask Framework|
|I.||Getting Started with Flask|
|K.||Flask and Data|
|L.||Routing and Templates|
|M.||Deploying to Heroku|
|N.||Putting it all together - Flask Chat Application Mini Project|
|B.||Data Store Types|
|D.||Relational Database Design|
|E.||A Database Management System in Action - MySQL|
|F.||SQL In Action|
|G.||Python and MySQL|
|H.||Twitter API - Setup and Trends|
|I.||Twitter API - Tweets I|
|J.||Twitter API - Tweets II|
|K.||Twitter Streams - Storing|
|L.||Twitter Streams - Reading Back|
|M.||Introduction to Go Humongous with MongoDB|
|N.||Create a MongoDB Database|
|O.||Manipulate Data Using Mongo Shell|
|P.||Manipulate Data Programmatically with Python|
|Q.||Manipulate Data with A Custom User Interface|
|R.||Putting it all together - Flask Task Manager Application Mini Project|
|D.||Making our code deployment ready|
|E.||Deploying to Heroku|
|F.||Environments, Automation & Security|
|G.||Introduction to Authentication & Authorization|
|H.||Getting Set Up|
|J.||Creating Login Functionality|
|L.||User Registration & Profiles|
|O.||Bootstrapping A Django Project|
|P.||Create a Blog|
|Q.||Create Models, Views and URLs|
|R.||Create HTML templates and CSS styles|
|T.||Putting it all together - Django ECommerce Application Mini Project|
Brian O’Grady has 17 years of professional industry and educational experience in the classroom. He was a Solution Architect on the Building Schools for the Future initiative across the UK. He has experience in analytics and program content creation.
There are no prerequisites to take this online course, however you will be asked to provide proof of English ETLS level of 6.0 (or equivalent) or higher if English is not your first language.
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