Code College was awarded the MICT SETA Accreditation in NQF level 5 (provider number ACC/2018/07/0052) . After clients started asking us for MICT SETA accreditation for their bookings, we enrolled with the MICT SETA in order to align some of our courses with the NQF Framework level 5. If you do want to book a … Continue reading Code College has MICT SETA Accreditation in NQF level 5
Code College has joined the Oracle Workforce Development Program. This will give us access to the latest learning products and support in our Java Bootcamp. It also adds exposure to our students who pass the Oracle Certification Exams.
This Android Training Course will help you build your first working application quick-quick. You’ll learn hands-on how to structure your app, design interfaces, create a database, make your app work on various smartphones and tablets, and if you want to pass the international exam AND-401, in Android, the syllabus is covered. Prerequisites Before attempting Android … Continue reading 17 – 21 July Android
Prerequisites / Further Training You should not be a complete beginner for this course. If you cannot pass this test, you must do Intro To Programming first. Recommended sequence Summary Beginner Java Java Language and OO Fundamentals Advanced Java (Full-Stack) Building Apps with Java Java Servlets Beginner Java Web development Also have a look at our … Continue reading 3 – 7 July Beginner Java
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Managing memory is one of the tediums of developers. That’s why so many experts automate this task—and call it, aptly, garbage collection. This seemingly mundane task is actually an essential element of more than three-fourths of the most widely used programming languages. That demonstrates that developers know what it takes—and know they don’t want to … Continue reading Built-In Garbage Collection: What Is it and Do You Need it?