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Pourquoi apprendre la programmation informatique ?

La programmation informatique est un sujet très large qui nous prendrait des semaines, voir des mois à décortiquer. Apprendre à coder c’est comme découvrir un autre monde avec ses propres langues, ses codes et ses règles. Un monde qui s’applique au nôtre pour créer des logiciels, sites internets, applications, jeux vidéos, etc que l’on utilise chaque jour.
Les languages de développement informatique sont en constante évolution tout comme le secteur. Se former dans le domaine c’est donc suivre cette transition en aiguisant ses compétences ou en apprenant un nouveau langage par exemple. Apprendre le code c’est aussi débuter dans un secteur qui recrute, ajouter une corde à son arc et prendre conscience du travail fourni par les développeurs.

Qui peut apprendre à coder ?

Tout le monde peut apprendre la programmation informatique. Se lancer dans un cours de développement HTML, JavaScript ou encore React, c'est comme se lancer dans l'apprentissage d'une nouvelle langue. De nouveaux "mot" appelés "tag" et de nouvelles syntaxes sont à assimiler. Chaque technologie est un language à part avec ses codes et ses spécificités.



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Aboubacar Sidiki Douno
Senior Software Engineering Manager, eHealth Africa
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Introduction to Programming in Python

"Before this workshop, our team of engineers only had some theoretical knowledge of Data Science and we primarily used costly tools such as Tableau to do data analysis. However, after the interactive hands-on sessions with Jeroen, we were able to use Python, our preferred programming language at eHealth Africa, to analyse our data, create some amazing visualisations and even start making machine learning predictions. We moved from theory to real application in a very short period of time, making this workshop extremely valuable. I highly recommend Data Science Workshops." - 11/09/2020 12:05

"Before this workshop, our team of engineers only had some theoretical knowledge of Data Science and we primarily used costly tools such as T… lire plus - 11/09/2020 12:05

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Full Stack Javascript Academy

"At Codaisseur there are a lot of hidden costs, fake advertisment, and promises. Though Codaisseur allowed me to change career paths in a short amount of time, I am unsatisfied with the company and feel lied to.

Of the 7 teachers, 6 of them are outstanding. The career week was a joke. The quality was poor, the career advisor was unorganized and didn't seem to care if you'd get a job or not.
During the interview process, it was promised that Codaisseur would introduce you to their partners. In the end, not one student has been introduced to their so-called 'partners'. There is also NO job guarantee at all. YOU are the one who has to apply for the jobs, Codaisseur doesn't do anything to help you. You have a weekly call with their staff, but it's more to check if you're doing what they want you to do.
There is a staggering amount of students that graduated months ago, do everything in their power to get a job, but are still unemployed. Codaisseur doesn't seem to do anything to help them besides the 'weekly calls'.

The course is fast-paced and extremely stressful. People dropped out of the course due to breakdowns from stress. These people still had to pay the whole fee of €10.802.

Codaisseur claims that you only pay the €800 admission fee and that the rest (€10.802) will be paid by your future employer. This is a lie. YOU are the one who pays the €10.802. Maybe your employer pays it directly to Codaisseur, but it will be subtracted from your salary, so in the end, you pay the €298 per month yourself, for 29 months.

During Codaisseur you have the feeling that you're supported and valued, but as soon as you graduate the course, the focus switches to the new students that just started their course.

Another thing: Codaisseur claims that they are the #1 Coding Academy of the Netherlands. This does not mean that they are the best in The Netherlands, it just means that they are the first." - 08/07/2020 12:05

"At Codaisseur there are a lot of hidden costs, fake advertisment, and promises. Though Codaisseur allowed me to change career paths in a sho… lire plus - 08/07/2020 12:05

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Christoph Groß
Junior SW Developer,
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IoT Security Bootcamp - November 2020

"I definitely learned a lot and I am sure that I will continue to benefit from the comprehensive course material.

Pablo provided me with a very good introduction on the topics we discussed during these three days. I especially liked the second day where we looked into firmware analysis and the following part on debug interfaces. The hands-on exercises were a lot of fun and helped letting the new concepts sink in.

It is so motivating so see something that was discussed theoretically work out on a real device and it is just as important to see what may go wrong (because we all know that live is never just as easy). I could tell that Pablo brought a lot of expertise into the lessons and has spent quite some effort in preparing the course material, environment, tools and devices for us.

Thank you so much for having me." - 26/05/2020 15:15

"I definitely learned a lot and I am sure that I will continue to benefit from the comprehensive course material. Pablo provided me with … lire plus - 26/05/2020 15:15