Congratulations! You're going to be a Terrific Software Designer!
Software application Architects have among the most tough and gratifying tasks in the industry.
Great salary, dealing with management, dealing with the up-to-date innovations and patterns, working with variety of tasks and teams – all these make the Software application Designer one of the most preferred positions in the software market.
Ending Up Being a Software Application Designer is challenging. Becoming a Great Software Application Architect is even harder.
Among the best techniques to end up being an excellent Software Architect is to constantly discover, and see what other designers did in their own work.
And this is exactly what this course is doing
In this course we're going to talk about 4 case research studies, based upon a real-world, production based systems, that I've dealt with recently.
Each case research study provides a distinct obstacle, with a great deal of twists in the method, and together – we're going to develop the architecture of every one of them.
The case research studies are different, and we'll go over classic web app(however with a really interesting twist …), file automation system, and more.
For each case study, we're going to go through the whole architecture process, and do the following:
– Map the parts
– Comprehend the requirements
– Specify the application type
– Select the innovation stack
– Style the architecture
– Include redundancy
Our innovation stack is likewise exceptionally diverse, and we're going to speak about:
-. INTERNET Core
– SQL Server
And more …
Essential Note: This course develops on the structures laid in The Total Guide to Becoming a Software Application Architect course, and utilizes some concepts taught in it (primarily the architecture procedure). It is highly recommended, though not compulsory, to take this course before this one.
But wait, that's not all!
One of the most essential item of the designer's work are the architecture diagrams. These diagrams are the embodiment of the architecture procedure, and sum up and represent the numerous aspects of the architecture.
In this course, we're going to have 3 architecture diagrams for each case study:
1. Logic Diagram
2. Technical Diagram
3. Physical Diagram
These diagrams shows the various elements of the architecture, and are a crucial part of the architect's work.
And the excellent part?
You can download these diagrams for your own usage These diagrams are a terrific starter for architecture diagrams, and there's a likelihood your own system is quite comparable to a minimum of among the case research studies in this course. And even if not – you can still utilize it as a base for your own. Simply put – it's yours to utilize.
This course is the only course that provides you access to real-world, production based architectures, based on systems designed by real architects, developed by genuine designers, and have countless $ invested in them. Do not miss this opportunity!
What do my trainees have to say about my courses?
” well done – The course was very practical” – Sam
“ offered me the self-confidence to head out to the marketplace and advertise myself as such [an Architect]” – Mathew
” Life Altering” – Arivazhagan
And lots more …
Who is this course for?
Actually, any person who is involved in software application development, even system analyst, can make money from this course.
Nevertheless, the best prospect for this course is a Software Architect that wishes to broaden her knowledge, or a designer with some experience, preferably 2 years. This experience will assist mainly in comprehending the terminology utilized in this course.
If you're not exactly sure if this course is for you – drop me a note!
I have actually been a Software Architect for more than 18 years, working with a range of clients – Fortune 100 enterprises, start-ups, govt. entities, defense, telco, banking, and lots more.
I'm an avid speaker and trainer, having trained thousands of trainees in various courses in the past.
I like what I do, and my biggest passion (well, besides my household …) is developing modern, useful, and reliable systems for my customers.