Training

Training

Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey towards mastering the latest trends in software development, cybersecurity, no-code technology, and Polarion expertise? Look no further, because we’ve designed a comprehensive training program that will empower you to excel in these critical domains. Let’s explore what makes our training stand out and why it’s the perfect choice for your professional growth.

SOFTWARE

Delve deeply into the core principles of C++ programming. This course focuses on introducing participants to the intricacies of object-oriented programming, memory management, and essential syntax. It’s a foundational journey for anyone looking to venture into the rich world of C++ programming.
Take your C++ skills up a notch with this advanced course. Participants will be introduced to intricate concepts such as template programming, the Standard Template Library (STL), and multi-threading. A course designed for those seeking to attain mastery in C++.
Embark on a comprehensive exploration of the foundational elements of C programming. From understanding the basic structure and syntax to the methodologies that have made C a mainstay in the software world, this course covers it all.
Java’s world is vast and versatile. This course aims to immerse participants in the principles of object-oriented design, exception handling, and the expansive Java Standard Library. A stepping stone for every aspiring Java developer.
Java’s world is vast and versatile. This course aims to immerse participants in the principles of object-oriented design, exception handling, and the expansive Java Standard Library. A stepping stone for every aspiring Java developer.
Journey into the deeper realms of Java with this advanced course. Topics covered include the intricacies of Java Streams, the versatility of Generics, and the visual world of JavaFX. Designed for seasoned Java developers yearning for deeper insights.
The world of C#.NET is full of potential. Discover the fundamentals of the .NET framework, familiarize yourself with Windows Forms, and dive deep into the object-oriented programming paradigms in C#.
For those looking to master C#.NET, this advanced course dives into intricate topics like Language Integrated Query (LINQ), the power of the Entity Framework, and the nuances of asynchronous programming.
PHP stands at the forefront of dynamic web development. This course introduces server-side scripting, the nuances of PHP syntax, and robust database integration methods. A cornerstone for web developers aiming to master PHP.
Building on foundational knowledge, this course delves into the advanced territories of PHP. From mastering object-oriented PHP to ensuring robust database operations and security best practices, this course covers it all.
The internet is built on HTML and CSS. Start your journey into web design by understanding the structural essence of web pages with HTML tags, coupled with the aesthetics provided by CSS.
JavaScript powers the dynamic web. Master the basics of this versatile language, understand the intricacies of DOM manipulation, and create dynamic, user-friendly web interactions.
Good software design is repeatable and scalable. This course introduces tried-and-true software design methodologies like Singleton, Factory, and Observer, optimizing coding practices and enhancing flexibility.
Software architecture is the blueprint of any software project. Delve into high-level structures of software systems, understanding components, interfaces, and the architectural patterns that make them tick.
Design is at the heart of efficient software. Understand and master design principles like SOLID, DRY, and KISS, leading to enhanced code maintainability and reduced complexities.
Enterprise architecture is evolving, and TOGAF stands at its forefront. Immerse yourself in the TOGAF framework, its guiding principles, and the practices that define modern enterprise architecture.
Programming is an ever-evolving field. Challenge your skills with topics such as meta-programming, dynamic programming, and other intricate techniques to tackle the most complex of coding challenges.
Modern software delivery thrives on agility. Familiarize yourself with the iterative methods like Scrum and Kanban, ensuring a rapid, flexible, and efficient response to software development changes.
In the data-driven world, understanding databases is crucial. Grasp relational database design principles, ER diagrams, normalization processes, and the foundational elements of SQL.
Shift from monolithic architectures to the world of microservices. Understand the inherent benefits, potential challenges, and best practices for designing, developing, and deploying microservices efficiently.
Cloud computing is reshaping the IT landscape. Embark on a journey through the core principles, services, and best practices of leading cloud platforms, empowering your projects with the immense potential of the cloud.
Dive into the world of UML, the industry-standard notation for modeling software-intensive systems. This course is meticulously structured to help attendees understand the nuances and power of UML. Participants will explore the core components, including class diagrams, sequence diagrams, and use case diagrams, along with advanced topics that bring out the versatility of UML. By the end of this training, attendees will be equipped with the knowledge to create precise blueprints for their software projects, fostering clear communication among team members and stakeholders.
Requirements engineering is the bedrock of successful software development, and this course delivers a comprehensive exploration into its facets. Participants will delve into techniques for eliciting, documenting, verifying, and managing system requirements. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical exercises, attendees will sharpen their skills in identifying stakeholders’ needs, ensuring that software solutions align with business goals and end-user demands. By mastering the art and science of requirements engineering, participants set the stage for project success, minimizing scope creep, and ensuring stakeholder satisfaction.
Guarding digital assets against cyber threats, cybersecurity encompasses proactive measures, risk management, and compliance. It ensures ongoing vigilance, swift response to incidents, and regulatory adherence. Embracing cybersecurity safeguards data integrity, operational continuity, and organizational resilience.
is a comprehensive dive into cybersecurity, covering ethical hacking and penetration testing. Perfect for those keen on mastering hands-on security techniques.
IDS and IPS are security tools that monitor network traffic and system activities to identify and respond to suspicious or malicious behavior. IDS alert administrators to potential threats, while IPS can actively block or mitigate those threats in real-time.
Authentication verifies the identity of users or devices attempting to access a system or network. Access control involves defining and enforcing policies that dictate who can access what resources. These mechanisms help ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive data and systems.
 
Encryption is the process of converting data into a secure format that can only be deciphered by authorized parties with the appropriate encryption keys. It is used to protect data in transit (e.g., HTTPS for web traffic) and data at rest (e.g., encrypting files or databases).
Security patch management involves regularly updating software and systems to address known vulnerabilities and security weaknesses. Keeping software up-to-date is crucial to prevent exploitation by attackers who target known vulnerabilities.
Security awareness training educates employees and users about cybersecurity best practices and the risks associated with social engineering, phishing attacks, and other threats. Well-informed users are less likely to fall victim to cyberattacks.
An incident response plan outlines the steps to be taken in the event of a cybersecurity incident or breach. It includes procedures for identifying, containing, mitigating, and recovering from security incidents while minimizing damage and downtime.
Network segmentation involves dividing a network into smaller, isolated segments to contain the spread of threats and limit access to sensitive areas. It adds an extra layer of security by preventing lateral movement for attackers.
Continuous security auditing and monitoring involve tracking and analyzing network and system activity to detect and respond to security threats in real-time. It helps security teams identify anomalies and potential breaches and ensure compliance with security policies.

SECURITY

POLARION

 introduces users to key features like requirements management and document collaboration in a concise format. Ideal for beginners, this session equips participants with essential skills for effective navigation and utilization of Polarion in software projects.

Polarion Requirement Mastery” offers focused training on effectively managing project requirements within the platform. Participants learn essential techniques for clarity, completeness, and alignment in requirement handling.

Polarion Test Excellence” provides focused training on optimizing test management processes. Participants gain advanced techniques for planning, executing, and reporting tests, ensuring comprehensive quality assurance in projects.
offers essential training on effective document management within the platform. Participants learn techniques for creating, organizing, and collaborating on documents, enhancing project clarity and accessibility.
 
Polarion Workflow Customization” provides advanced training on tailoring processes within the platform. Participants learn techniques for customizing workflows to optimize project management. Ideal for administrators and project leads seeking streamlined processes.
Polarion VCS Integration” focuses on seamlessly integrating version control systems with Polarion. Participants learn techniques for streamlined collaboration and versioning. Ideal for optimizing project workflows.
offers specialized training on tailoring work items and templates within the platform. Participants learn advanced techniques for customizing project structures, optimizing workflow efficiency. Ideal for administrators and project leads seeking streamlined processes.

provides focused training on generating and analyzing reports within the platform. Participants learn advanced techniques for extracting valuable insights, enhancing project visibility and decision-making. Ideal for stakeholders and project managers seeking data-driven approaches to project management.




offers specialized training on maximizing team productivity within the platform. Participants learn advanced techniques for effective collaboration, enhancing project communication and efficiency. Ideal for teams seeking streamlined collaboration processes in Polarion.
offers focused training on system administration and user management. Participants gain advanced techniques for optimized project operations. Ideal for administrators seeking streamlined Polarion usage.
Firewalls are network security devices or software that monitor and filter incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predefined security rules. They act as a barrier between a trusted internal network and untrusted external networks, such as the internet, to protect against unauthorized access and cyberattacks.
Antivirus and anti-malware software are designed to detect, prevent, and remove malicious software (malware) such as viruses, worms, Trojans, and spyware. They help safeguard computer systems and networks from infection and data breaches.
IDS and IPS are security tools that monitor network traffic and system activities to identify and respond to suspicious or malicious behavior. IDS alert administrators to potential threats, while IPS can actively block or mitigate those threats in real-time.
Authentication verifies the identity of users or devices attempting to access a system or network. Access control involves defining and enforcing policies that dictate who can access what resources. These mechanisms help ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive data and systems.
 
Encryption is the process of converting data into a secure format that can only be deciphered by authorized parties with the appropriate encryption keys. It is used to protect data in transit (e.g., HTTPS for web traffic) and data at rest (e.g., encrypting files or databases).
Security patch management involves regularly updating software and systems to address known vulnerabilities and security weaknesses. Keeping software up-to-date is crucial to prevent exploitation by attackers who target known vulnerabilities.
Security awareness training educates employees and users about cybersecurity best practices and the risks associated with social engineering, phishing attacks, and other threats. Well-informed users are less likely to fall victim to cyberattacks.
An incident response plan outlines the steps to be taken in the event of a cybersecurity incident or breach. It includes procedures for identifying, containing, mitigating, and recovering from security incidents while minimizing damage and downtime.
Network segmentation involves dividing a network into smaller, isolated segments to contain the spread of threats and limit access to sensitive areas. It adds an extra layer of security by preventing lateral movement for attackers.
Continuous security auditing and monitoring involve tracking and analyzing network and system activity to detect and respond to security threats in real-time. It helps security teams identify anomalies and potential breaches and ensure compliance with security policies.

NO CODE