Software Development

Software development is one of the most sought career in IT industry. Most of the things that run on our digital devices are software developed by programmers. Skills such as C++, Java, C#, Visual Basic are few of the top language used in most of the applications and software

Choose from one of our short courses and start learning software development now.

  • Java
  • SQL
  • C#
  • Android

What is Java?

javaJava technology is a high-level programming and a platform independent language. Java is designed to work in the distributed environment on the Internet. Java has a GUI features that  provides you better "look and feel" over the C++  language, moreover it is easier to use than C++ and works on the concept of object-oriented programming model. Java enable us  to play online games, video, audio, chat with people around the world, Banking Application, view 3D image and Shopping Cart. Java find its extensive use in the intranet applications and other e-business solutions that are the grassroots of corporate computing. Java , regarded as the most well described and  planned language  to develop an applications for the Web.

Uses of Java

Java is a well known technology which allows you for software designed and written  only once for an  "virtual machine" to run on a different  computers, supports various Operating System like Windows PCs, Macintoshes, and Unix computers. On the web aspect, Java is popular on web servers, used  by many of the largest interactive websites. Java is used to create standalone applications which may run on a single computer or in distributed  network. It is also be used to create a small application program based on applet, which is further used for Web page. Applets make easy and possible to interact with the Web page.


Beginner

  • Price: 100
  • Duration:10 Hours
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Introduction to JAVA, Eclipse
    2 Data Types and Variables
    3 Classes and Objects
    4 Arithmetic Operator and Expressions
    5 Java Input and Output
    6 Conditional Operators
    7 Looping Structures

Intermediate

  • Price: 120
  • Duration:10 Hours
  • Prerequisites:Java beginner certificate or Basic Java knowledge
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Defining Methods
    2 Arrays and ArrayList
    3 Classes and Objects
    4 Inheritance
    5 Polymorphism
    6 Additional Java Control Structures
    7 File Processing

Advanced

  • Price: 150
  • Duration:14 Hours
  • Prerequisites:Java Intermediate
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Generic Programming
    2 Sequential and Associative Collections
    3 Classic Data Structures
    4 Exception Handling
    5 Database Programming with JDBC
    6 Network Programming
    7 GUI Development using SWING

What is SQL?

sqlStructured Query Language (SQL) is a standard computer language for relational database management and data manipulation. SQL is used to query, insert, update and modify data. Most relational databases support SQL, which is an added benefit for database administrators (DBAs), as they are often required to support databases across several different platforms.

First developed in the early 1970s at IBM by Raymond Boyce and Donald Chamberlin, SQL was commercially released by Relational Software Inc. (now known as Oracle Corporation) in 1979. The current standard SQL version is voluntary, vendor-compliant and monitored by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Most major vendors also have proprietary versions that are incorporated and built on ANSI SQL, e.g., SQL*Plus (Oracle), and Transact-SQL (T-SQL) (Microsoft).

Uses of SQL

Database queries are usually constructed using SQL, or Structured Query Language. SQL is a standard computer language for accessing and manipulating a database. SQL is a type of programming language, which is a language used to write instructions for a computer. However, SQL is a very specialized programming language specifically designed to work with databases. Examples of more general programming languages are Java and Python. These can also be used to work with databases, but SQL has many built-in functions that make it very easy to perform database queries.

Since SQL is so widely used, it has become an official standard of the American National Standards Institute. While the standard itself keeps changing over time as technology changes, the fact that SQL is an official standard has the advantage that if you learn the basics of the language, you can apply this in any database management system. Even though SQL uses the term 'query' in its name, it can be used not only to query databases, but also to insert, update and delete data.


Level 1

  • Price:100
  • Duration:10 Hours
  • Prerequisites:None
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Introduction and Installation
    2 Using DDL Statements to Create and Manage Tables
    3 Manipulating Data Suing DML
    4 Retrieving Data Using the SQL Select Statement. Restricting and Sorting Data
    5 Using Single-Row Functions to Customize Output

Level 2

  • Price:100
  • Duration:12 Hours
  • Prerequisites:Level 1 SQL
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Reporting Aggregated Data. Using the Group Functions
    2 Displaying Data from Multiple Tables
    3 Retrieving Data Using Subqueries. Using the Set Operators
    4 Creating Other Schema Objects. Database Tuning. Controlling User Access
    5 Building a Multitable Relational Database

What is C# language?

c#Pronounced "see-sharp." A hybrid of C and C++, it is a Microsoft programming language developed to compete with Sun's Java language. C# is an object-oriented programming language used with XML-based Web services on the .NET platform and designed for improving productivity in the development of Web applications. C# boasts type-safety, garbage collection, simplified type declarations, versioning and scalability support, and other features that make developing solutions faster and easier, especially for COM+ and Web services. Microsoft critics have pointed to the similarities between C# and Java.

Uses of C#

C# is an elegant, simple, type-safe, object-oriented language that allows enterprise programmers to build a breadth of applications.

C# also gives you the capability to build durable system-level components by virtue of the following features:

  • Full COM/Platform support for existing code integration.
  • Robustness through garbage collection and type safety.
  • Security provided through intrinsic code trust mechanisms.
  • Full support of extensible metadata concepts.

You can also interoperate with other languages, across platforms, with legacy data, by virtue of the following features:

  • Full interoperability support through COM+ 1.0 and .NET Framework services with tight library-based access.
  • XML support for wWeb-based component interaction.
  • Versioning to provide ease of administration and deployment.

Beginner

  • Price: 100
  • Duration:10 Hours
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Introduction and Installation
    2 Understanding Data Types
    3 Program Flow
    4 Understanding Loops
    5 Conditional Statements
    6 Functions and Procedures

Intermediate

  • Price: 120
  • Duration:12 Hours
  • Prerequisites: C Beginner
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Understanding Classes
    2 Introduction to Encapsulation
    3 Inheritance and Polymorphism
    4 Namespaces
    5 Exploring BCL Library
    6 Create and Instantiate a Class

Advanced

  • Price: 140
  • Duration:12 Hours
  • Prerequisites: C Intermediate
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Exception Handling
    2 Working with Garbage Collector
    3 Extensible Types
    4 Destructors
    5 Windows App in C#

What is and Android Programming?

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Android software development is the process by which new applications are created for the Android operating system. Applications are usually developed in Java programming language using the Android Software Development Kit (SDK), but other development environments are also available.

As of July 2013, more than one million applications have been developed for Android,with over 25 billion downloads.A June 2011 research indicated that over 67% of mobile developers used the platform, at the time of publication. In Q2 2012, around 105 million units of Android smartphones were shipped which acquires a total share of 68% in overall smartphones sale till Q2 2012

Why do you need to learn Android Programming?

The inception of this flourishing Android phone market in 2008 also gave birth to the much-evolving Google play a.k.a the Android App Store. Much like the phone’s success, the app-store has shot off to astonishing levels too. Starting with around 2000 applications in 2008, Google Play now has more than 850,000 applications in store for its users. Moreover, it boasts of more than 48 billion downloads to date, with a download rate much faster than that of iOS (103 apps downloaded every second!).

Android development is also much less restrictive as compared to its counterpart, iOS, making it more expedient for Android developers to deploy their apps.

The best thing about Android is that it is based on the Linux platform and provides absolutely easy environment accessibility and the core functionality for building fabulous applications for mobile phones. Support is umpteen umpteen as well. With tons of support from Google and other Android development communities coupled with a great deal of resources available on the web, making an Android app has become unexacting and trouble-free for many.

Also, your project can be finished quickly through decreased development time allowing you to ship your cherished app to millions of users!


Beginner

  • Price: 120
  • Duration:10 Hours
  • Prerequisites: Java Beginner (at least)
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Introduction to Android Programming
    2 Android App Fundamentals
    3 User Interface and Controls
    4 Styles and Themes
    5 Icons
    6 Supporting Multiple Screens

Intermediate

  • Price: 140
  • Duration:12 Hours
  • Prerequisites: C Beginner
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Menus and Dialogs
    2 Notifications and Toast
    3 Working with Audio
    4 Working with Video
    5 Camera

Advanced

  • Price: 160
  • Duration:14 Hours
  • Prerequisites: Android (Beginner)
  • Course Content:
    Topic Description
    1 Preferences and Data Storage
    2 Databases
    3 Network
    4 Locations and Maps
    5 Publishing your App

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