Web and Application Development Training

Programming and Development continues to be one of the hottest fields, and the demand for skilled professionals shows no signs of slowing. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, driven by the growing popularity of mobile devices and ecommerce, employment of Developers is projected to grow 15% from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster than the average for all occupations.

Part of what's most daunting for Developers is the training and experience required, as well as the constant pace of change within the field. To help professionals learn on-the-job skills needed to advance and help propel their businesses forward, New Horizons offers training solutions that can help meet the development demands of your business. Below are our recommended training courses for job roles surrounding programming and development.

App Developer

Application development involves the process, life cycle and creation of the software aimed at helping users complete a computer task or program. App Developers work closely with computer analysts and engineers in using languages such as Java, C++ or ORACLE to develop the necessary specifications for software. Developers may also test, debug and improve generally faulty applications for clients.

Back-End Web Developer

Back-End Web Development refers to the server side of development, where individuals are primarily focused on how the site works. Making updates and changes, in addition to monitoring functionality of the site, is their primary responsibility. This type of web development usually consists of three parts: a server, an application, and a database.

Front-End Web Developer

Front-End Developers are focused on the client-side and are responsible for the look, feel, and design of a website. These professionals are responsible for a website’s user-facing code and the architecture of its immersive user experiences. To execute their objectives, Front-End Developers must be adept at three main languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript programming. In addition to fluency in these languages, Front-End Developers need to be familiar with frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation, Backbone, AngularJS, and EmberJS.

Full-Stack Web Developer

Full-Stack Developers can work cross-functionally on the full “stack” of technology—both the front-end and back-end. Full-Stack Developers, like Back-End Developers, work on the server side of web programming, but they can also fluently speak the Front-End languages that control how content looks on a site’s user-facing side.