Proper software engineering can literally change lives, for better or worse, so it needs to be done right. The 2021 Google Software Engineering Manager Prep Bundle is designed to teach you the skills you need, and prep you for the certification exams necessary, to become both a better software engineer and a better manager. It's valued at $2388, and on sale now for just $39.99.
The Cutting Edge
Over twelve courses, rated as high as 5/5 stars, you'll learn the most important skill sets for working at Google and other top software firms. First, you'll learn about how Python is used for machine learning and processing, with an overview of the current state of AI and machine learning in Python, a course dedicated to natural language processing (NLP), another focusing entirely on sound and speech analysis, and finally one looking at optimizing code for Big Data.
You'll even learn how to animate with Python, to bring results to life dynamically, and how to follow that up with a detailed breakdown of how Google Data Studio to create visualizations and data reporting for business. Next, two courses look at practical applications of AI, with an in-depth look at digital marketing and AI, and a deeper probe into NLP and sequence models to teach computers to better understand language.
Front-End And Back-End
The bundle closes with two courses on designing and coding user interfaces, an overview of functional coding in C#, and two prep courses for key certifications, the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and the ISACA Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). When finished, you'll have a full skill set perfect for moving into the tech industry.
Each course is taught by working software engineers with years of experience both working with the code and teaching others how to handle it. They focus on the practical with code-along projects and deep discussion of the latest techniques.
Get the 2021 Google Software Engineering Manager Prep Bundle for $39.96 (reg. $2388).
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