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GeorgiaT2468 Fri 15-Jan-16 12:48:10

Hi anyone trained with e-careers? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks xx

cdtaylornats Sat 16-Jan-16 22:03:43

Just looking at their programming in Java courses they reckon £750 for a no knowledge to Advanced Java

Looking at a commercial trainer just to do the Advanced Java is £1435

The e-careers course has no exam. If your dream job is programming then thats not going to get it.

A typical bottom rung programmer job spec looks a bit like
- Proven track record in Software Development in an Agile Environment
- Server-Side Java Development
- Web Technologies including HTTP, TCP/IP, Restful API's, JavaScript, AngularJS, Backbone
- Degree Educated in a relevant subject (Computer Science, Software Engineering, or similar)
- Embedded Development
- IoT Internet of Things
- Cloud Technologies

Their other courses might be better, but in my opinion their Java Software development course would get you nowhere except poorer.

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