Time: 5:00 pm
Start: Aug 18, 2021
End: May 18, 2022
Duration: 50 Minutes
This class has limited spots remaining. Please contact Jacky at email@example.com to be placed in the class or for other questions.
Prerequisite: Completing Technology Lab Level 2 or at least 1 year of prior programming experience.
Software Engineering 1 meets the requirements for a Computer Science credit and is designed at an advanced level.
Developing software is much more than just programming. In this course, we’ll take an in-depth look at creating software. We’ll begin with a command line refresher and then introduce git - an extremely popular version control system. From there, we’ll work through intermediate programming concepts and then introduce databases and SQL. We’ll develop some code to connect to the database and then introduce object oriented programming concepts. With all this background knowledge, we’ll start the construction of an application with many interesting features like an authentication system, collaboration tools, and reporting. Finally, we’ll work through team collaboration concepts and testing. In addition to these main topics, there will be many soft areas of focus like software installation and maintenance, server configuration, best practices, problem solving, conducting research and user testing, to name a few examples.
This course offers a broad and very rewarding look at developing software and may be quite challenging at times. New concepts will be presented in an introductory manner; however, much outside studying may be required to fully understand each concept.
Your instructor is Stephen Souders, otherwise known as Mr MYTEK. Stephen has worked in the field of information technology since he was 15 years old when he began his career by working for an ISP while still in high school. With over 25 years of experience, Stephen holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from Florida Gulf Coast University and a master's degree in Computer Information Systems from Kennesaw State University. Over the years, Stephen has worked specifically in the web development field, managed an Information Technology department, and taught classes at Georgia Highlands College for over 6 years.
Can't make the online class? Forget what was done during the class? We have you covered! Included in all our live online courses are the recorded live lessons. Students have full access to the recorded live lessons whenever they need them. These recorded lessons are located in their MYTEK LAB Student Accounts.