Top 10 Courses By Stone River E-Learning

June 19, 2017 4:52 pm Published by

Are you thinking about learning to code? Want to get better at app development? Interested in web design? We can show you everything you need to know at Stone River E-Learning (plus a lot of other stuff too). From HTML to Python, graphic design to WordPress or basically anything else you can think of… if it’s tech, we teach it.

For a taster of what we can offer, check out our 10 most popular courses below.

1.Fundamentals of HTML

 HTML is as popular as ever among our students, and it’s obvious why. It’s easy to learn and it gives you the power to edit and create websites. It’s a great jumping-off point for beginners hoping to segue into ‘real’ programming. And it’s so simple, can you learn the basics in minutes! If you’re starting off completely fresh, our Fundamentals of HTML course is the perfect choice. If you already have some knowledge, challenge yourself with some of the more advanced options from our range. You’ll find them all here.

2.Python Bundle

 It’s no secret that Python is the ‘hot’ language of the moment, and our students certainly want to learn everything there is to know about it. To that end, we’ve put together a wide selection of Python courses, from Machine Learning with Python to Data Visualisation with Python and Matplotib (and beyond). If you simply can’t choose however, our Python Bundle is the ideal solution. Become a professional Python programmer whether you’re a beginner, novice or expert, by working your way through six Python courses, learning all of the most vital stuff as you go. Check it out here.

3.Starting with Angular 4

 Get a handle on web frameworks with our Starting with Angular 4 course. You’ll code an Angular project with an online IDE, learn to code with TypeScript, get to grips with Angular’s best practices, and understand how this structural framework turns simple HTML into seriously cool web apps. Oh and don’t worry; this course is updated as often as Angular JS is, so you can rest assured you’re getting the most up to date information. Take a closer look here.

4.Ruby Programming Fundamentals

 Ruby is the golden child of programming languages, and it’s not going to lose its crown any time soon. This general purpose language was designed for two things; increased productivity and fun. Simple and readable, it’s a great starter language for beginners or a fantastic resume-booster for those with some experience. This Ruby Programming Fundamentals course will give you a working knowledge of the language, its syntax, functions and key features, and takes you through a challenging practical project with each section. Read more here.

5.C# Programming Crash Course

 If there’s one way to get yourself undeniable coding credentials, mastering the C language family is it. So it’s no wonder this course made it into our Top 10. The C# Crash Course teaches C# fundamentals and puts you on the path to make websites, build software, develop mobile apps and create games with this behemoth language. If you’re looking for a new challenge and really want to get to the heart of computer programming, this course is the place to begin. More details here.

6.Google Go Programming for Beginners (Golang)

 Go is steadily rising up the ranks as a contender for ‘best new programming language’. Clearly, our students are ready to get behind that statement. Our Golang for Beginners course will get you up to speed with not just the basics – it’ll also teach you advanced features like Golang and concurrency, encryption, polymorphism and more. But don’t stress if you’re a beginner; we walk you through every step and make sure you put your knowledge to good use with practical examples. Get the full details here.

7.HTML5 and CSS3 Fundamentals

 It turns out HTML5 is so popular among our students, it made it onto the list twice! This course spills the beans on the latest versions of HTML and CSS, with the aim of teaching responsive website design for beginners. You’ll create a complete, fully functional website section by section, learning best practice and all the nitty gritty details along the way. Aspiring web designers, web admins or website owners, this is ideal for you. Read all about it here.

8.Ruby On Rails for Beginners

 Ruby on Rails developers are in high demand all over the tech industry, so we weren’t shocked to see this course make the top 10. Ruby On Rails For Beginners does exactly what it says on the tin; shows you how to create fully interactive Rails applications from the ground up. You’ll complete a challenging course project while learning how applications are built, and by the end, you’ll boost your employability with a highly valuable new skill. Take a look here.

9.Fundamentals of JavaScript

 At some point in time, every programmer will think about learning JavaScript. It’s the cornerstone of the web, and it’s an essential skill for web developers or designers. There are many things that make a good programmer, but listing JavaScript on your resume is guaranteed to make you not only a good programmer, but an employed one too! We’ve designed this course for beginners to get up an running with understanding and using JavaScript. Find out more here.

10. Android App Development: Easy and Quick Programming

 Android has proved itself to be a fierce rival to iOS, and Android app developers have never been in higher demand. And guess what: it’s a fun, exciting, and relatively easy area to dive into too. With our Android App Development course, you can create, test and run your own Android apps in a matter of hours as well as learn Android Studio, core mobile app principles and practical experience in app development. Check it out here.

 

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Five Things You Should Do Before You Learn To Code

June 13, 2017 7:08 pm Published by

So you’ve decided to learn to code Stop right there before you go any further… and give us a virtual high five! Coding is a lot of fun, and the tech industry is crying out for capable computer programmers. So much so that supply is not meeting demand. That trend is set to continue for the immediate future, which is good news for you; it means if you get your act together, work hard and persist in improving your skills, you’re well placed to land a pretty sweet developer job with an even sweeter paycheck.

Before you dive in at the deep end however, there are a few things you should know. Don’t even think about writing a single line of code until you’ve done these five things. Trust us, we’ll know if you don’t (and so will any employer who knows what they’re doing)…

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The Top 10 Web Hosting Providers 2017

June 5, 2017 5:19 pm Published by

Do you own a business? Want to start a blog? Have a great idea for a website that’ll make you rich? You’ll need a home on the web where your website can live, and those homes are ‘rented’ from web hosting services. The choice of companies offering web hosting is quite literally endless, so if you’re new to the game it can be overwhelming. Every company offers various packages at various prices and levels of functionality, but broadly speaking there are three types to choose from:

  • Shared Hosting: Your provider hosts multiple websites on a single server. The advantage? It’s cheap as chips. The disadvantage? All those websites share the server’s resources, so if one site sees a huge spike in traffic, the other sites suffer.
  • VPS Hosting (Virtual Private Server): The same as shared hosting, except that each website on the host server has their own dedicated resources. The advantages are self-explanatory. The disadvantage? The price tag is usually twice as high.
  • Dedicated Hosting: Your website is the only one in the village – the village being the server. You have all of its power and resources at your disposal. Best for big websites and big budgets. You may also have to handle backend, technical issues yourself.

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