This Introduction to Front-End Web Development course is the first course in the Front-End Web Developement Microsoft Professional Program track
About this course
This course is part of the Microsoft Professional Program Certificate in Front-End Web Development.
The orientation course is designed to introduce the student to the Web Front-End Developer discipline by introducing the various technologies that computer programmers use when creating web sites.
The technologies are focused on aspects of web development that are part of the front-end of a web application, more specifically, code the executes on the client computer rather than on a server.
This course is the first course students take as a part of the Web Front-End Developer, Microsoft Professional Program. It will introduce the topics that will be a part of the course work throughout the program. Students will gain an understanding of the technologies and have the opportunity to explore some code and developer tools for work on web applications.
– High school
– Basic computer skills
– Internet knowledge
What you’ll learn
- What web front-end development is all about
- The different languages that are used in this development arena
- Learn about the frameworks in use today and how they apply to web development
- Try out some of the tools available for web developers
Meet the instructors
Senior Content Development Manager
Gerry O’Brien is a Senior Content Development Manager at Microsoft Learning with a focus on software development and database platforms. He has over 18 years of industry experience in various roles including software development, consulting, and training. Gerry has experience programming with:
- Visual Basic