Level 7 - Recognised Developer Course (Remote)
Learn how to write code and work like a professional software developer
Are you ready to level-up your coding skills? Do you want to learn what it takes to be a professional software developer? Did you know there is more to being a paid professional than just writing code?
Come and join us for our eight week remote course and achieve our Level 7 Recognised Developer industry certification where we turn your theory into real world skills.
Together we will build a mock client project with Ruby on Rails using all the varied skills our developers use on a daily basis including how to manage client requests and expectations, project management, communication, development workflows, architecture, database design, working in a team and more. You will also have the opportunity to pair program with our developers each fortnight.
You should have an understanding of general programming concepts and know Ruby on Rails. You should be able to build a Ruby on Rails application following a tutorial or even know enough to find your way on your own idea. If you don't have these skills, you have time before the course. We can recommend a long list of resources to help get your started, here are a few. If you want any additional please let us know.
- Complete all seven levels of the Installfest guides
- The Pragmatic Studio (Speak with us for a discount)
- Ruby on Rails Tutorial
By the end of the course, you will have built a comprehensive and fully-functional web application that will form a critical part of your resume. You will have experienced all stages of a project from conception through to delivery to the client.
The cost for this course is $1,500 USD, which includes full tuition, access to mentors, pair programming with reinteractive's developers and study materials.
If you require financial assistance such as a student loan please let us know on the form below.
The course is planned to start on the 11th April 2019.
The structure of the course is below, we are still confirming some of the topics and will update everyone closer to the start date.
|Thursday (7PM AEST)||Welcome & Kick-off!|
|Friday (8:30AM AEST - 5PM AEST)||Pair Programming (1hr session)|
|Week Two - Week Eight|
|Monday or Tuesday (TBC) (7PM AEST)||Discussion / Q&A|
|Thursday (7PM AEST)||Webinar|
|Friday Fortnightly (8:30AM AEST - 5PM AEST)||Pair Programming (1hr session)|
Some of the webinar topics include:
- Working remotely
- Testing and debugging
- Design and user experience (UX)