Amazon (AWS) Professional Application Development - Computer Science (#852) CS1

Start Date: 2024-09-05

End Date: 2024-12-14

Start Time: 18:30

End Time: 20:30

  • filter_dramaClass Description

    Note: There are no classes on holidays. COLLEGE APPLICATION SUPERCHARGER! =========================== This course will put you way ahead of the competition and even many college students. High School Students - you will learn AWS software development. This class is extremely important for a Computer Science career and not available elsewhere else. Anyone who wants to pursue a career in the software industry should take this program. This is a 5-unit elective course that incorporates professional development training. College grads without this skill generally fail the interview exam given by major software development companies. This professional-level course teaches programming in Web App Architecture, MYSQL database rendering, Version Control operation, Backend server maintenance, GitHub, GitHub co-pilot and much more. Students are assigned tasks in an industry-standard and professional setting. It is recommended students master these skills early so that they can prepare for college studies and industry skills. THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO: ======================== - 9th grade - college age students - Adults seeking to learn advanced skills in coding and software development 8th grade students will be considered upon request. A brief evaluation will be required. BENEFITS: =========== - Small class size = more attention - Supercharge your college application - Enhanced experience - Opportunities for professional development - Excellent for improving job opportunities Please note: no refunds or exchanges and all selections are final.

  • placeAdditional Information

    Returning students of this class receive $100 discount which will be refunded after class starts. Students are required to have a fully functional laptop, Windows or MAC, with all current software and OS updates installed.

  • whatshotPrerequisites

    Students must have prior coding experience.