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Jump into the Cloud: Intro to Microservice Deployment with AWS

Workshop Instructor

Drevon Taylor

Instructor and R&D Software Engineer

“Cloud” is one of those magical buzzwords that everyone talks about, but very few understand. This workshop serves as a foundational introduction to cloud technologies that apply to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and many other platforms. You’ll come away with skills you can use immediately, and you’ll have solid footing to continue your journey to AWS certifications. No prior coding experience required for this workshop — we'll focus on how to deploy existing apps, not how to write new ones.


What you'll learn

Store data remotely for users to access at anytime
Deploy your application with AWS for anyone to access
Identify containers and how they compare to traditional virtual machine
Build Docker containers from scratch
Create and manage Kubernetes clusters


Pre-requisites for class

Should be comfortable with plain text configuration files and the command line.
Must have an AWS account set up in advance of the class.
Computer running macOS (10.13+), Windows 10 (Pro 64-bit, Enterprise, or Education - Build 16299 or later with Hyper-V and Containers features enabled), or Linux.

Broaden your Skillset: Intro to Java APIs with Spring

Workshop Instructor

Mark Dewey

Instructor & Sr. Front-end Engineer

Interested in working in big enterprise server side apps? Want to explore IoT, blockchain, big data, AI or machine learning someday? Java is a great place to start. As one of the most versatile and well-established languages, becoming skilled in Java will help pave the way for your development career, no matter what direction you choose to take it.


What you'll learn

Write Object-Oriented code in Java
Use the Spring MVC framework to build RESTful APIs
Apply the principles of Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control


Pre-requisites for class

Best suited for students familiar with Object-Oriented Programming, who have built a RESTful API, and have some experience with Git/GitHub.
Computer running latest macOS (10.13+), Windows 10 (Pro 64-bit, Enterprise, or Education - Build 16299 or later, or Linux. Mac recommended.

Expand your Expertise: Intro to Modern PHP with Wordpress

Workshop Instructor

Julie Gauthier

Instructor & Sr. Front-end Engineer

Want to take your website building skills to the next level? Wordpress powers 30% of websites on the internet and is a great way to get a website with a content management system up fast! We'll use PHP to create a Wordpress website, learn how to customize the layout using PHP and CSS, and create a widget in PHP. PHP is also a commonly used tool to build websites and many businesses use PHP in their stack including Facebook, Slack, Etsy, Wickipedia, and Mailchimp. We’ll be creating custom fan pages, and learning the basics of PHP, so that you’ll be able to do the heavy-lifting on Wordpress-powered websites!


What you'll learn

Build Fan Site in Wordpress, featuring a blog, photo gallery, and calendar.
Effectively use elegant and secure language features introduced in PHP 7
Practice setting up a Wordpress instance, customizing the layout, installing and modifying plugins


Pre-requisites for class

Some basic programming knowledge.
Understands SQL (or relational databases in general)
Working knowledge of HTML and CSS, experience using the browser's Dev Tools
Computer running latest macOS (10.13+), Windows 10 (Pro 64-bit, Enterprise, or Education - Build 16299 or later, or Linux.

Dive into Server Side Technologies: Intro to .NET Core and C#

Workshop Instructor

Roberto Aballe

Instructor & Sr. Software Engineer

Now that you have mastered JavaScript, HTML and CSS, don’t stop there! Take a deeper dive into server side technologies with .NET Core and C#. Why? It’s used by thousands of companies worldwide, from startups to enterprise level corporations for a broad number of applications. Whether your goal is to find a junior developer position or a senior role, .NET Core and C# skills are in high demand at all levels. Flexible, open-source, and well-supported, C# and .NET have become one of the most popular platforms of the last decade. Learning a clean solution design for your RESTful API unlocks the rest of the .NET Core platform, opening the door to building almost any kind of application.


What you'll learn

Effectively use the powerful design patterns of C#
Build a RESTful API in .NET Core
Explore the .NET Core ecosystem to build different kinds of applications


Pre-requisites for class

Best suited for students familiar with Object-Oriented Programming, who have built a RESTful API in any another language.
Windows 10 is recommended, but the .NET Core development tools also run on macOS 10.13+ and Linux.

Stretch your Skills: Intro to Secure & Composable Architecture w/TypeScript

Workshop Instructor

Aaryn Gloster

Instructor & Sr. Software Engineer

Looking for additional ways to solidify your JavaScript skills? TypeScript is becoming the language of choice for JavaScript in the Enterprise. It is a perfect compliment for JavaScript developers who are interested in writing code that is easier to scale and debug.


What you'll learn

Build a web application using React + TypeScript
Structure applications correctly and secure your application.
Write documentation for a codebase written in TypeScript.


Pre-requisites for class

This workshop is best suited for students who have basic programming knowledge in JavaScript and have built a web application before.
Must be familiar with Object Oriented Programming.
System requirements: a computer running macOS (10.13+), Windows 10 (Pro 64-bit, Enterprise, or Education - Build 16299 or later with Hyper-V and Containers features enabled), or Linux (CentOS, Debian, Fedora, or Ubuntu)

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