Understanding how to get around a Computer
Understanding how to get around the Internet
Understanding that Applications are installed onto Devices such as Smart Phones and Computers
React? Docker? Kubernetes? APIs? Git? GitHub?
If you work in the Web industry but are not a developer, the industry can be full of nouns and verbs that you may or may not have a full grasp on. It can lead to some conversations where you say out loud, “Well, I am not technical.” – But we all know, when you understand a conversation and can follow along, it is exciting and empowering.
The theme of this course is “Confidence”.
This course is specifically designed to be technical, but not get into the weeds.
It’s about understanding a concept, without actually implementing it.
In my career as a developer and now leader of development teams, I have always done my best to make others who participate in technical conversations feel as confident as they can. I have gone out of my way to coach and train individuals and teams on the concepts that surround the web and software development industry.
This includes those who work in Recruiting, Human Resources, Sales, Client Success, Project and Delivery Management, and more.
This course is a training I have been doing for years for live audiences, and I am excited to capture it in a digital format and help more people.
I am a seasoned educator as well, so I took the opportunity to break this course up into easily consumable sections. The goal is to allow you to digest its content daily, 10 minutes at a time, or binge if that is your preference.
I hope you will join me, in this course on Web Development Concepts!
Who this course is for:
- Human Resource Professionals in the Technology Industry
- Recruiters and Sourcing Professionals in the Technology Industry
- Sales and Client Success Executives in the Technology Industry
- Project and Delivery Management Professionals in the Technology Industry
- Product and User Experience Professionals in the Technology Industry
- Associate Level Developers
- Anyone looking to better understand how Web Applications are built