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The Job of a Backend Developer in the IT sector


About This Course

This course aims to introduce you to the job of the Back-End developer. The behind-the-scenes functionality of a website is referred to as the 'back-end'- a combination of technology and programming that powers a website - that the user doesn’t see it or interact with it. Back-End developers play a critical role in a team of IT professionals, and make sure that data or services requested by the front-end system or software are delivered.

Understanding what Back-End developers do can help you to decide if it is the right career for you. The course has no pre-requisites and you only need to know the English as your second language. Once you completed it, you can decide where to start in your professional career as a Front-End developer or you can go ahead to explore other courses.

This course is part of ITONBOARD a European project launched with the support of the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union.

What you'll learn

  • Who is a Back-End developer
  • What are the general traits of a Back-End developer
  • What are the skills you need to succeed as a Back-End developer
  • How do you become a Back-End developer

Why should I attend this course?

You might be wondering if this course will be useful and interesting for you. Probably, you will strenght your already existing capabilities or skills, but the most important thing is that you become more confident for choosing your professional path. You will be successfull when the information learned will help you with your vocational choice. Also, don't forget that you will get a certificate of completion that recognize the commitment and it demonstrates the knowledge to enrich your resume!

At a glance

  • Project: ITONBOARD
  • Subject: Vocational orientation
  • Level: Introductory
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Certificate: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Age: 12-17 years

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