Developers are one of the most demanded profiles nowadays, since they perform functions in different technological areas that allow them to develop and design applications, websites and software. In this regard, the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca and Global Exchange are launching a new edition of the GETD fullstack developer course.

A fullstack developer is a technology professional who has skills in both client-side development (front-end) and server-side development (back-end). This means that they can work on all layers of a web or software application, from design and user interaction to database management and server logic. 

The training is therefore aimed at programmers who are familiar with the web development environment and have a need to expand their knowledge to develop applications using JS-based stacks, .NET, development with the Liferay content management system, as well as continuous integration and agile development methodologies.

Course features

To make the most of the course, it is recommended that participants have previously worked with one of the following programming languages: C, C++, Java or C#, etc., as well as other languages specific to the web context such as HTML, CSS, PHP, Python, etc. It is also recommended that they are familiar with the object-oriented programming methodology and have basic notions of web design.

The training will start on 2 March and includes 8 days of teaching, in which students will study in depth: 

  • Characteristics of back-end applications (C#, .Net)

  • Characteristics of front-end applications (TypeScript, JamStack)

  • Characteristics of the infrastructure

  • Python and AI

The GETD fullstack developer course is launched to meet the growth needs of the Global Exchange company. The aim of this course is to train future employees, so in addition to a paid internship, it offers employment opportunities at the end of the internship.

Those interested in participating in this course must have an official university degree in one of the following technical fields: Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, etc. Students in their final year of any of these degrees will also be admitted, as well as students who have completed a higher level training cycle in the IT and communications area.

Students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis until all available places are taken, provided that they have the required qualifications and/or proven experience. 

Places are limited! The first 10 students to be accepted on the course will be entitled to free enrolment.

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