Introduction to coding in the cloud
(Free for B-BBEE)
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The JCSE is offering a four-month course on Coding in the Cloud.
Cloud computing is becoming the most widespread platform for modern software applications. This course introduces those who are new to coding to some of the skills needed to develop cloud applications.
This course is sponsored by Accenture through their B-BBEE skills development program and is therefore free for students who meet B-BBEE requirements. A number of places are also open to non-BEE candidates, who will be charged a fee of R1,500. Upon successful completion of the course you will be awarded a JCSE certificate of completion. You will also be in a position to write the Microsoft certification on cloud computing. All Accenture sponsored students will also receive a completion bonus of R5000-00 (which is taxable).
If you are keen to participate please complete the application (link below).
If you have not been contacted within a week of applying, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.
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Who is the course for?
This course will be taught on-line to qualifying students. In order to qualify for this course students must be in possession of a valid CompTIA A+ certificate plus either Java or C# certifications. Alternatively you can give evidence of competency in one of these languages. Students must also have access to the internet and use of a laptop or PC.
I'm Noel Tshuma - your lecturer for this course
I’m an experienced software developer who is passionate about developing solutions using the Microsoft Tech Stack. Over the past three years, I’ve been part of an agile dev team; developing and deploying solutions to the Azure cloud platform. I’m a graduate from the Faculty of Engineering, Wits University.
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