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WebUI/Ruby
Development
Web applications development using Ruby, JavaScript, HTML and CSS languages.

 What do we suggest?

Within the course you will be able to get up-to-date information from real professionals and solidify it while exchanging experience and knowledge with your friends under the expert guidance. Curriculum of Ruby course enables receiving hands-on experience in such spheres:

 

Sphere

Section / Description

SDLC

ALM. Methodologies: Scrum / Kanban

Source Control: Git

Continuous Integration: travis-ci / Jenkins

Code quality

Static code analysis: pylint

Naming conventions: pep 8

Testing: pytest / unittest

Environment

OS: Linux

IDE: PyCharm / Sublime Text/ Visual Studio Code

Package manager: pip / pyenv / distutils / wheel / virtualenv/ virtualenv wrapper

Core programming

Syntax: Python 2.7/ Python 3.X

Common Types: CPython / PyPy / RPython

Memory Management: Python memory manager

OOP Paradigms: Abstraction / Encapsulation / Inheritance / Aggregation / Polymorphism

Design patterns: Singleton / ActiveRecord / MVC

Multithreading (base): GIL / ProccessPool / ThreadPool concept

Concurrency: Asyncio / Twisted / gevent

Debugging: Debug in PyCharm / pdb

Front-end: HTML / CSS / JavaScript

Frameworks 

Python: Django / Flask / Sanic / Pyramid

JS: React / Vue / Angular

Databases

Relational DB: MySQL / PostgreSQL

Network

Servers: Nginx / Apache / DHCP / DNS

Web Services: REST

Interfaces / Protocols: HTTP / HTTPS / TCP/IP

Virtualization

Containers: Docker

Network technologies: Amazon

Design

Design Patterns: Object-Oriented Design / Design Patterns (GoF Patterns)

Modeling: UML

For whom?

  • For those, who have general knowledge of OOP principles;
  • For those, who have basic knowledge in technologies, connected with databases;
  • For those, whose level of English is Intermediate+;
  • For those, who have basic knowledge in HTML, CSS, JavaScript or Ruby;
  • For those, who are ready to be involved in education process at the IT Academy 6-8 hours every day.

What is the minimum technical knowledge demanded to enter the course and which resources can be used for preparation?

* What can bring advantages at the interview with an expert?

  • Basic knowledge of OOD, SOLID, DRY, MVC;

  • Understanding of  REST basics and work of API;

  • Understanding of JavaScript frameworks;

  • Familiarity with Agile methodologies and principles (SCRUM in particular);

  • Familiarity with Continuous Integration;

  • Proficiency in TDD or BDD software testing approaches;

  • Proficiency in SQL and RDBMS (PostgreSQL, MySQL);

  • Understanding of NoSQL databases, differences between NoSQL and relational databases; Proficiency and hands-on experience of working with MongoDB is an essential advantage;

  • Knowledge and minimal hands-on skills of Ruby on Rails and RSpec.

 

* We don`t specify literature for this section and don`t put these questions on the obligatory list. But awareness of something, noted above, will be your advantage at the interview with a technical expert.

What is the procedure of entering courses? Answers to organizational questions

·       Schedule of courses of the IT Academy: 

o   https://career.softserveinc.com/en-us/schedule 

·       Registration for courses of the IT Academy:

         o  https://career.softserveinc.com/en-us/technology

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