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In this 18-week, Back End Software Development camp, students take three courses to learn the skills and
technologies necessary to enter the industry as a Back End Software Developer: Introduction to Java,
Relational Databases with MySQL, and Web API Design with Spring Boot. Skills and technologies learned
include Java 1.8, Algorithms, OOP, Design Patterns, Unit Testing, SQL, DDL, DML, Database Concepts,
JDBC, Spring Boot, Spring Data, REST, JPA, JWT, AWS, and more.
our assessment and learn more information. The assessment is free and optional for anyone
interested in this program.
In this 26-week program, students learn the skills and technologies necessary to become a data engineer.
technologies include python, OOP, Functional Programming, Hadoop, Cloudera, Spark, Dask, IaaS, AWS,
Lakes, Sqoop, Flume, Kafka, and more.
assessment and learn more information.
In this 18-week Front End Software Developer bootcamp, students learn the skills and technologies
necessary to enter
Design Patterns, Unit Testing, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JQuery, AJAX, Responsive Web Design, ReactJS, JSX,
AWS, and more.
assessment and learn more information. The assessment is free and optional for anyone interested
Learners will explore fundamental computer science principles with a combination of discussions and
hands-on computer science activities. You will develop computer literacy and practice consumer computing
skills. Subject matter will cover the basics of five general topics: hardware computing systems, files
and digital information, software and computer logic, networking and the internet, and digital
This course is an introduction to code. How it works, how it runs and how it is used with the technology
we use every
day. Tackle the initial learning curve of coding with an intro to the basics of modern programming
languages and how
they work and the basics of how computer hardware works and executes your code. Explored primarily using
scripts (Windows command line), database queries (SQL), interconnectedness using APIs, and more.
Learners with no prior experience in coding will learn the introductory concepts of Python by creating a series of programs. You will follow guided steps to construct the fundamental coding elements of variables, conditionals, loops, and functions. You will identify proper syntax, learn to document program flow using flowcharts and pseudocode, and will use basic debugging techniques. At the conclusion of the course, you will use what you have practiced in class to construct a short original program.
used in the construction of a website. You will create a simple, five-page website using standard tags
and attributes, internal and inline styling and simple element placement techniques to explore the way
HTML can be used to display information in a browser.
We are all “virtual neighbors” in cyberspace, and what we do, or don’t do, can affect many others. The
Nebraska Cyber Security Conference will assist in raising our awareness of cyber security and help in
protecting all of us in cyberspace. If we each do our part, we can collectively have a positive impact
on Nebraska’s secure resources.
ways to register:
July-December 2022 Workforce
2023 Schedule (PDF)Winter 2023
Online Classes (PDF)
January-June 2023 Workforce Solutions
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Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
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