Software Development

Software development is the process of designing, creating, and maintaining software applications. There are two primary areas of software development: frontend and backend development.

Frontend development focuses on the user interface and user experience of the software application. This includes the design and development of the visual elements that the user interacts with, such as buttons, forms, and menus. Frontend developers typically use languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create these elements.

Backend development, on the other hand, focuses on the server-side of the software application. This includes the development of the logic and functionality of the application, such as data storage, processing, and communication. Backend developers typically use languages such as Java, Python, and Ruby on Rails to create these components.

In industry-standard software development, both frontend and backend development are crucial components of creating a successful application. While frontend development focuses on the user experience, backend development is responsible for the smooth functioning of the application’s infrastructure. The combination of both frontend and backend development is necessary to create a cohesive and efficient software application that meets the needs of its users.

As a Software Developer, you will work in a constantly evolving environment while solving problems and dealing with the development and operation of reliable, efficient, and effective software products such as productivity tools, mobile platform applications and web browsers. You will earn an impressive salary and have very good job prospects in diverse industries.

Here are at High Impact Careers you will get both theory and practical hands on experience with a final project at the end of the bootcamp.

What you will learn

Our software development bootcamp is an intensive, immersive training program designed to teach participants the skills needed to become proficient software developers.  Generally, you can expect to learn the following:

  1. Programming languages and tools: You will learn one or more programming languages, such as Python, Java, or JavaScript, and gain experience using popular tools and frameworks like Git, React, and Node.js.

  2. Software development methodologies: You will learn agile software development methodologies, such as Scrum or Kanban, which emphasize iterative development, collaboration, and continuous improvement.

  3. Frontend development: You will learn the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as React frontend framework and how to create responsive and user-friendly web interfaces.


  4. Backend development: You will learn how to design and implement server-side logic, manage databases, and create RESTful APIs using popular backend technologies such as Node.js, Flask, or Ruby on Rails.

  5. Testing and debugging: You will learn how to write unit and integration tests, debug and troubleshoot code, and use debugging tools to identify and fix errors.

  6. Deployment and DevOps: You will learn how to deploy and host your applications on cloud platforms like AWS or Heroku, and how to use DevOps practices such as continuous integration and delivery to automate the development and deployment process.

  7. Soft skills: You will develop soft skills such as teamwork, communication, time management, and problem-solving, which are essential for working effectively in a software development team.

By the end of a software development bootcamp, you should have the skills and confidence needed to start building real-world applications and begin your career as a software developer.

High Impact Methodology

•Introductory Training (Week 1-3)
•Mentoring and Coaching (Week 4-23)
•Practical Live and Workplace Skills (Week 4-23)
•Work Experience via Live Projects (Week 4-23)
•CV Review and LinkedIn Optimisation
•Job Search and Interview Preparation
•On the Job Support (2 months)

This course will provide you with the necessary skills, knowledge, experience, confidence, and something to talk about in your interviews. This will improve your chances of transitioning into a fantastic role.

Training Career Path (Job roles)

•Junior Software Engineer
•Software Engineer
•Software Developer
•Software Architect
Full Stack Developer
Frontend Developer
Backend Developer
Tech Lead
•Mobile Developer
•Systems Analyst

Course Price: £1,200/$1,500 (VAT Inclusive)