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Getting Started with Software Development Using Cisco DevNet

by Nick Russo

Are you new to software development and need a simple, no-frills crash course to get up to speed? This course will teach you the fundamental methodologies, design patterns, and tools needed to begin your journey.

What you'll learn

Software development can appear a daunting and complex topic. In this course, Getting Started with Software Development using Cisco DevNet, you will become a productive member of any software development or IT operations automation team. First, you will learn about the various software development methodologies and design patterns available for a given project. Next, you will discover the value of using the Git version control system for your source code, including integration with GitHub. Finally, you will explore how to communicate with REST APIs using Cisco's Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center appliance, hosted in Cisco DevNet's sandbox. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of software development basics to perform the daily duties of a junior software developer.

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About the author

Nicholas (Nick) Russo, CCDE #20160041 and CCIE #42518, is an internationally recognized expert in IP/MPLS networking and design. To grow his skillset, Nick has been focused advancing Network DevOps via automation for his clients. Recently, Nick has been sharing his knowledge through online video training and speaking at industry conferences. Nick also holds a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Nick lives in Maryland, USA with his wife, Car... more

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