Software Developers create computer programs and apps, usually collaborating with large project teams of corporate clients, other developers, and in-house executives. This rapidly growing career combines your flair for creative design with problem solving, interpersonal skills, and meticulous attention to detail.
As a software developer you’ll be writing code and using multiple programming languages — but you’ll also need a working knowledge of operating systems, application server, database, and cloud infrastructure. A typical workday could involve testing the functionality of newly developed software or brainstorming a solution with an ICT project team.
There are 12 courses available for people who want to become a Software Developer.