Make yourself more employable by learning about end-to-end development. More and more companies are now looking to hire individuals who can work on frontend as well as backend. LSET’s Full Stack Java Development course will open a lot of opportunities for you.
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After mastering the frontend, you will get to learn the backend development using Java Spring framework. In this, you will learn about Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Data, and other relevant tools. You will learn to build scalable, fault tolerant, and secure microservices. This part will teach you to use Spring Cloud which offers service discovery, load-balancing, circuit breaking, distributed tracing, API gateway, and monitoring. You will also get introduced to the event-driven development to consume and produce events from your microservices in real-time. On the database side, you will learn to build entities and create ERDs (Entity Relationship Diagram) to setup your database tables. You will learn the concept of Normalisation and build tables using 3rd normal form.
Final part will take you through the deployment process and teach you to build docker images, setup and execute CICD pipeline by using Jenkins, do code quality checks using sonarqube, etc. All these will prepare you to land on the highly paid and most in demand job in the industry.
Angular: Angular is a component-based framework for building scalable web applications. It offers a collection of well-integrated libraries that cover a wide variety of features, including routing, forms management, client-server communication, etc.
Spring Boot: Spring Boot is an open-source Java-based framework widely known to create Microservices. It simplifies the creation of stand-alone, production-grade, ready to run Applications with minimal efforts.
Docker: Docker enables to develop, ship, and run applications with minimal efforts. It allows us to separate our applications from our infrastructure which help in speeding up the software delivery. Docker helps to package and run an application in a loosely isolated environment called a container. We can run many containers simultaneously on a single host. Containers are lightweight and contain necessary configurations and libraries to run the application. We can easily share containers which can run on any server.
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Join the Full Stack Java Certificate course to learn the end-to-end development of a web application. LSET teaches this course in a project-based environment that lets you explore real-world applications.
*Modules of our curriculum are subject to change. We update our curriculum based on the new releases of the libraries, frameworks, Software, etc. Students will be informed about the final curriculum in the course induction class.
*Course Schedule is subject to change. Students will be informed about the final schedule in the course induction class.
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Following are the steps involved in the LSET’s project-based learning;
Step 1: Project Idea Discussion
In this step, students get introduced to the problem and develop a strategy to build the solution.
Step 2: Build Product Backlog
This step requires students to enhance the existing starter product backlog available in the project. This helps students to think about real-life business requirements and formulate them in good user stories.
Step 3: Design Releases and Sprints
In this step, students define software releases and plan sprints for each release. Students must go through sprint planning individually and learn about story points and velocity.
Step 4: Unit and Integration Tests
In this step, students learn to write unit tests to ensure every application part works fine.
Step 5: Use CICD to Deploy
In this step, students learn to use CICD (Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery) pipeline to build their application as a docker image and deploy it to Kubernetes.
London has been a leading international financial centre since the 19th century. In recent years, London has seen many FinTech start-ups and significant innovations in the banking sector. This project aims to introduce students to the financial industry and technologies used to handle billions of daily transactions. As part of this project, students will learn the current technological advances and build up their knowledge to start a simple banking application. This application uses agile project management practices to build basic functionality. Students will be presented with user stories to create the initial project backlog. Students need to enhance this backlog by adding more relevant user stories and working on them.
LSET emphasises project-based learning as it allows the students to master the course content by going through near real-world work experience. LSET projects are carefully designed to teach the industry-required skills and mindset. It motivates the students on various essential aspects like learning to work in teams, improving communication with peers, taking the initiative to look for innovative solutions, enhancing problem-solving skills, understanding the end user requirements to build user-specific products, etc.
Capstone Projects build students’ confidence in handling projects and applying their newly learned skills to solve real-world problems. This allows the students to reflect upon their learning and find the opportunity to get the most out of the course. Learn more about Capstone Projects here.
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