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Are you looking to increase your web programming skills?

Georgia Tech wants to know...
Are you looking for a way to propel yourself to the forefront of the technology industry? If so, Georgia Tech, a leader in the technology industry has recently launched two new professional education Web certificate programs. Both programs provide practical, hands-on training. They are:
- The Web: Mastering the Major Components
- Web Programming: Unlocking the Code

Courses can be taken separately or as an entire certificate program. When you register for an entire certificate program, you save 15%.

To download a complete course brochure visit http://www.dlpe.gatech.edu/it/web1/.
For more information and to register visit www.pe.gatech.edu or call 404-385-3500.

The Web: Mastering the Major Components is geared toward:
- Those interested in pursuing a career in the Web arena
- Those in need of overall Web knowledge
- Those who need further understanding of one or multiple areas of the Web
- Managers needing to gain a broad scope of the multiple areas of the Web
This certificate consists of the following courses:
- World Wide Web: A Technology Overview
- Content Management Systems: Communicating Through the Web
- HTML and CSS: Creating & Styling Web Pages
- Accessibility: Making Your Web Site Usable for All
- eCommerce: Introduction to the Internet Marketplace
- The WebMaster: Roles and Responsibilities

Web Programming: Unlocking the Code is geared toward:
- Those interested in becoming Web programmers
- Those new to the technology industry or are just new to Web programming and need to further develop their understanding of the different areas of Web programming
- Web programmers who need to polish their skills in one or multiple areas
This certificate consists of the following courses:
- Beginning PHP: An Introduction to Programming
- Database Design Concepts: Generating Content for Your Web Site
- Advanced PHP: Constructing Dynamic Web Sites
- JavaScript: Interactive Programming for Web Clients
- XML: Exchanging Files Across Web Platforms and Applications
- Ajax: Creating Interactive Web Applications
- Model-View-Controller: Understanding the MVC Design Pattern

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Comment by faris ahmed on March 11, 2013 at 8:22am

thanks for the amazing research done mate it really truely is helpful 

katie : ) .....im a newbe trying to learn these thing quickly and yea

if people like you keep posting this stuff it would be amazingly helpful

to me and my wife ( shes learning it aswell ) :D

anyways been working for an portable creations sydney firm these days and yea 

its quite amazing ... trying to get back into university web development asap . 

anyways thanks alot : ) 

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