Skills you'll gain: Business Analysis, Data Analysis, Econometrics, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Management, Marketing, Probability & Statistics, Probability Distribution, Sales, Statistical Analysis, Strategy, Strategy and Operations
Mixed · Course · 1-4 Weeks
Skills you'll gain: Computer Architecture, Microarchitecture, Operating Systems, Software Engineering, Software Testing, Systems Design, Computational Thinking, Computer Networking, Computer Programming, Hardware Design, Internet Of Things, Application Development, Networking Hardware, Computer Graphics, Human Computer Interaction, Interactive Design, Software Architecture, Software Framework, System Programming, Theoretical Computer Science
Intermediate · Course · 1-3 Months
Skills you'll gain: Data Analysis, Python Programming, Data Structures, Programming Principles, Algebra, Basic Descriptive Statistics, Exploratory Data Analysis, Computational Logic, Computer Programming, Mathematical Theory & Analysis, Mathematics, Statistical Programming, Theoretical Computer Science
Beginner · Course · 1-3 Months
Skills you'll gain: Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Market Research, Research and Design, Sales, Account Management, Cloud Computing, Customer Success, Inside Sales, Negotiation, Outside Sales, Prospecting and Qualification, Software As A Service, Solution Sales Engineering, Strategy
Beginner · Course · 1-4 Weeks
Skills you'll gain: Cloud Computing, Semantic Web, Data Management, Databases, SQL, Statistical Programming, Computer Programming, Software Architecture, Software Engineering, Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Networking, Computer Programming Tools, Network Model, Network Security, Programming Principles, Security Engineering
Intermediate · Course · 1-4 Weeks
People who are willing to spend long periods of time at their computers, figuring out complicated codes are best suited for roles in web development. That means you must be able to focus and concentrate, sometimes for hours at a time. You'll also need to be creative, especially if you choose to specialize in front-end web development. A website needs to be functional, but it must look appealing as well. Web developers should have a good eye for detail too. One small mistake, and the entire website could go down. Finally, you'll need to have good customer service and communication skills. While you'll spend a lot of time working independently, you'll also have to collaborate with clients and colleagues.
Anyone who enjoys computers and technology and wants a career or hobby that allows them to use their knowledge of computers and creativity may be suited to learn web development. Even if you just want to create your own personal website or a site for your business, learning web development can provide you with some of the skills and knowledge necessary to do so. Learning web development skills can also help set you up for careers in other fields, like graphic design, computer programming, software development, and computers systems analysis.