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Do you want to learn codes and create your own software? Get this course to learn about coding and database and become a Programmer. A database is a collection of information that is organized so that it can be easily accessed, managed and updated. A computer programmer creates the code for software applications and operating systems.

Data is organized into rows, columns and tables, and it is indexed to make it easier to find relevant information. Data gets updated, expanded and deleted as new information is added. Databases process workloads to create and update themselves, querying the data they contain and running applications against it. The programmer writes code that converts that design into a set of instructions a computer can follow. He or she tests the program to look for errors and then rewrites it until it is error-free. The programmer continues to evaluate programs that are in use, making updates and adjustments as needed.

This course teaches you all the roles and responsibilities you will take as a computer Programmer. Learn the concept of the database by signing up for our course.

Q Where are the courses held?

All the courses advertised on this website are studied online. There is no need for you to attend a venue to gain one of our qualifications.

Q What devices can I use to study the course?

The course is designed to display correctly on all devices including PC’s, Tablets and Mobile phones. As long as you have an internet connection you can log on and study.

Q Is there an end of course test?

Yes. Each course has an end, of course, multiple-choice test that will test your knowledge of the course modules you have just studied.

Q What is the pass mark for the end of course test?

The pass mark for the end of course tests is 60%

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