About Fullstack Development
In recent years there has been a turning point in the field of development. Whereas in the past the back-end developer was expected to write a server side and become familiar with the client side (web), or the front-end developer was expected to write a client side and become familiar with the server side, today high-tech companies require their employees to be end-to-end.
In other words, high-tech companies have realized that web application development requires knowledge and experience in a variety of high-level programming and technology languages, both client-side and server-side, and have created a new role that combines the two - the Full Stack Developer.
The union has significantly increased the demand for Full Stack developers, and with it, the pay terms. If you take into account the rise in the web development field, this will continue to create a lucrative and in-demand role with recruiters in high-tech companies.
Our curriculum was created after many meetings and project developments with high-tech companies. Accordingly, the program includes all the practical knowledge - current and relevant - and the required practice (lots of practice!).
In addition, we emphasize the teaching of work processes and ways of thinking. In the end, our graduates receive a toolbox that, in addition to professionalization and the all-important experience on the job market, allows them to be flexible and efficient in their creativity when writing code.
In the course we learn about the two areas of development in WEB:
- Server side - The heart of the software, provides a solution and launches the data (queries) received from the client. At any given time there can be tens of thousands of queries and it is necessary to compute fast responses, store the information and load it.
- Client-Side - The user interface, the end client. Over the years, the number of devices and the way we consume information has increased, and today there are countless technologies. In addition, requirements have changed because while a static page was once required to leave details, today's requirements are more complex and include interactive communication, presentation of complex information, form filling, real-time processing, and display of interactive maps.
Towards the end of the course you will go through:
- Job Interview Preparation Workshop - the workshop is 15 hours long and as part of it, you will be trained by Real-Time Group's placement department on how to prepare and approach job interviews properly and receive help in creating a suitable resume in Hebrew and English.
- Practical internship in the company's laboratories - Hands-On Training - students will be involved in the development of projects independently and in the company of a lecturer and developer working in the company's laboratories.
At the end of the course, the placement department prepares a certificate together with the candidate and the placement phase in practice begins.