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The Introduction to Web Development training is designed to give students a pure introduction to web development. No prior programming experience is required, and students can expect to come out with the basics for web development, a boost to their soft skills.
NOTE: Scrum Foundations class not included with IMAP funding.
In this module the student will explore the terminology of the web development world and get started with the editors and tools used to create web sites. We will also explore modern networking concepts including protocols, IP addressing and network security. They will also learn core concepts of data, databases and big data.
HTML has moved from a markup language for scientific documentation into just about every user interface you use today. Obviously used in internet web pages, HTML is also used in cell phones, help files, email and even as the primary user interface for traditionally desktop-based applications like accounts payables. The student will learn to build HTML pages with text, links, images, tables and forms plus use style sheets (CSS) for colors, backgrounds, formatting text and page layout.
You will learn the mechanics of Scrum and how to overcome the complexity of dealing with team-based collaboration and self-organization. With other attendees, you work as a team in a series of Sprints to build a software application – and deal with real-life problems. The mechanics, roles, and principles of Scrum are made clear during the exercises. You will experience common missteps and misunderstandings allowing you to grow a higher awareness of the associated symptoms. In addition, you will return to work with tips to identify common pitfalls and team dysfunctions.
In this class the student will learn:
Using the Gallup Strengths online assessment, each participant will complete the evaluation to identify their top 5 natural strengths. Once strengths are discovered, explained and validated by interactive exercises attendees will know how to leverage their natural strengths to contribute to the success of the organization`s team.
Basic computer skills, access to a suitable computer and internet access. Some programming experience is useful, along with a knack for puzzle solving and working through thought problems.