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Interface is excited to announce a whole new way to look at Developer training.

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Added by April 14, 2014

 

The world that developers live in has been morphing over time. Changing technologies are a given, but changing jobs roles are often overlooked.

 

Introducing the new Developer program at Interface. 


Web Developer focused on the server side? Check out our Open Server courses.

WEB240: HTML, XHTML & CSS In-Depth Web Development Training
Learn how to code web sites from the ground up using the best practices and web standards. This course includes many hands on labs which emphasize real world scenarios and challenges confronting web designers every day.

JS275: JavaScript Programming
The Web has changed a lot over the years as user interfaces have moved from displaying static data to more dynamic and flexible data. At the center of this change is JavaScript – one of the most popular scripting languages around.

HTML500: HTML5 and CSS3 Web Development
This new version of HTML provides developers with additional client-side power to enable them to build applications capable of running on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. Get up-to-speed on this amazing new version of the HTML language and its evolving importance in cutting-edge coding.

NODE300: Node.js/MEAN End-to-End Web Development
Node.js is one of the most revolutionary frameworks to come out in quite a while! Its asynchronous nature and flexibility makes it relevant for building everything from Web applications to client tools and you’ll find it being used in a variety of ways.


Find yourself developing on the client side? We have you covered with our Open Client classes.

WEB240: HTML, XHTML & CSS In-Depth Web Development Training
Learn how to code web sites from the ground up using the best practices and web standards. This course includes many hands on labs which emphasize real world scenarios and challenges confronting web designers every day.

JS275: JavaScript Programming
The Web has changed a lot over the years as user interfaces have moved from displaying static data to more dynamic and flexible data. At the center of this change is JavaScript – one of the most popular scripting languages around.

JS500: JavaScript and SPA Programming with jQuery, Knockout, AngularJS, Node.js and Grunt
Get up to speed on the latest JavaScript, data binding and SPA technologies. This course features a hands-on learning experience with expert instructor Dan Wahlin. Learn how to use Knockout, AgularJS, Node.js and Grunt to build dynamic Web applications.

JQRY300: Mastering jQuery
Learn how to use the jQuery scripting environment to boost productivity in Web Applications. You will learn how to use jQuery Plugins, create custom plugins, utilize client-side templates with Handlebars, mobile jQuery fundamentals and much more.

ANGJS300: AngularJS End-to-End SPA Development
The AngularJS End-to-End Application Development course provides a hands-on look at working with the AngularJS framework. Learn how to use the key features of AngularJS in single Page Application Features, define controllers, build re-useable data services with Factories and Services, build Custom Filters and HTTP interceptors in AngluarJS.

HTML500: HTML5 and CSS3 Web Development
This new version of HTML provides developers with additional client-side power to enable them to build applications capable of running on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. Get up-to-speed on this amazing new version of the HTML language and its evolving importance in cutting-edge coding.


If you are a Microsoft Web Developer we have built a course library that will train you on the fundamentals and the advanced topics to keep you on top of your career.

CS214: C#5 Programming with Visual Studio 2012
The C# Programming with Visual Studio course provides developers with the skills and knowledge they’ll need to succeed by providing an in-depth and hands-on analysis of different parts of the C# language. (MOC 20483)

CS314: Advanced C#5 Programming with Visual Studio 2012
Develop applications utilizing the latest .NET Framework and learn the core features of C#5 and Visual Studio 2012 technologies. Enhance your C# programming skills with this new advanced developer course.

CS410: C# Design and Application Patterns
Learn how to apply best practices to your C# development and .NET applications. This hand-on course uses real-life analogies that give developers the practical experience needed to succeed in their daily professions.

ASPMVC5: Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 5 Web Developer Training
Leap into ASP.NET MVC 5 using Visual Studio 2013. You will learn how to build web applications with the latest version of the Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 5 framework taught by author and instructor Stephen Walther. (MOC 20486)

JS275: JavaScript Programming
The Web has changed a lot over the years as user interfaces have moved from displaying static data to more dynamic and flexible data. At the center of this change is JavaScript – one of the most popular scripting languages around.

JQRY300: Mastering jQuery
This new version of HTML provides developers with additional client-side power to enable them to build applications capable of running on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. Get up-to-speed on this amazing new version of the HTML language and its evolving importance in cutting-edge coding.

HTML500: HTML5 and CSS3 Web Development
Learn how to apply best practices to your C# development and .NET applications. This hand-on course uses real-life analogies that give developers the practical experience needed to succeed in their daily professions.

DEV500: Building an HTML5 End-to-End Web Application with ASP.NET MVC 4, EF Code First and jQuery
Learn how to build HTML5 Web Applications End-to-End using Visual Studio 2012, ASP.NET, MVC4, Entity Framework Code First and jQuery in this 5-day advance Developer course taught by Microsoft MVP Dan Wahlin.


If you are a Microsoft Desktop/Device Developer we have kept our suite of C# courses.

CS214: C#5 Programming with Visual Studio 2012
The C# Programming with Visual Studio course provides developers with the skills and knowledge they’ll need to succeed by providing an in-depth and hands-on analysis of different parts of the C# language. (MOC 20483)

CS314: Advanced C#5 Programming with Visual Studio 2012
Develop applications utilizing the latest .NET Framework and learn the core features of C#5 and Visual Studio 2012 technologies. Enhance your C# programming skills with this new advanced developer course.

CS410: C# Design and Application Patterns
Learn how to apply best practices to your C# development and .NET applications. This hand-on course uses real-life analogies that give developers the practical experience needed to succeed in their daily professions.


For all the technologies we teach, please see our complete course schedule.

Classes at Interface can be attended from anywhere online with RemoteLive

If you need further assistance to sort it all out, our friendly representatives are always ready help. Give them a call at 602-266-8585 or email at info@interfacett.com

 

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