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Intro to Programming

Take your first step towards careers in web and app development, data science, AI and more. 

Time commitment
16 weeks 100% online
Next start date
20 Jan 2020
Prerequisites
None, this is an entry level course
A$ 2600 incl GST
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Why learn Introduction to Programming

A recent Burning Glass report documented that programming jobs overall are growing 12% faster than the market average - and coding skill aren't just for programmers. Learning to code is one of the most valuable and useful things you can do, no matter if you're in the field of IT, Data Analytics, Science and Engineering or Design (to name a few!) Whether you’re launching a career, advancing in your current field, or just excited to learn a new skill, there is no time like the present to start learning, and this program offers everything you need to get up to speed—with no prior programming skills required.

How does it work

This introductory course teaches you the foundational skills all programmers use, whether it be programming mobile apps, creating web pages, or analysing data.

You will complete real world projects throughout the course and get to know HTML, JavaScript, CSS and Python along the way. You will have access to Udacity's cutting-edge learning platform, combined with localised support from industry experts and be welcomed into a community of peers and leading local employers.  Your experience will be assessed and credentialed by a world-leading university.

Best of all? You will leave the course equiped with the knowledge and practical skills to drive your career in coding. 

Skills learned

Introduction to HTML, Introduction to CSS, Introduction to JavaScript, Introduction to Python

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Course Structure

Module 1

Introduction to HTML

How the web works

Components of the web

HTML Basics

Module 2

Introduction to CSS

Adding CSS to HTML

Debugging

Visual styling

Module 3

Introduction to Python

Turtles and Python

Functions

Strings and lists

Version control

Module 4

Introduction to JavaScript

Data types and variables

Objects and arrays

Document Object Model

Creating content with JavaScript

Module 5

What`s next?

Future exploration on emerging trends

Various career opportunities

Learn with Industry Experts

Get ready to meet some of the biggest names in the business

Federico RomaSoftware developer, Transpire

Federico has worked in software for over a decade in a variety of different roles. He enjoys building things in AWS and tinkering with CI/CD, Python and ReactJS. He's been CEO of a startup, managed interdisciplinary teams and been exposed to projects based on large scale infrastructure. Self guided, team player and hard worker, focused on effectiveness, creativity and results.

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