Schedule

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While the courseware topics are mutually exclusive and you can go through them in any order, the below schedule table represents our delivery format to new joinees at Directi.

The courseware is designed to be fast-paced and intensive, comprising 2 weeks of training, followed by 6 weeks of project work and a final week of advanced training

Schedule

Week Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
1 Team formation, Project allocation Usability, Copywriting, Web Browsers Networking, HTTP and REST, JavaScript JavaScript (contd.) Latency + Performance
2 Databases Java Unit Testing, Automation Software Design Scalability
3 Project work starts Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check
4 Review source control, class & database design, HTML/CSS/JS Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check
5 Retrospective + Review unit tests/automated builds Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check
6 Retrospective + Review website optimization / scalability Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check
7 Review 3 Retrospective Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check
8 Overall Review Mentor check Mentor check Mentor check Project Closure
9 JavaScript 2 Software Design 2 Databases 2 Performance and Latency 2 Scalability 2

Project work Description

An integral part of our training process is project work. A typical batch is divided into teams of 2 people, and each team is assigned an experienced mentor from within existing teams. They are all given a project which covers the entire tech stack (HTML, CSS, Javascript, Ajax, REST API, Core Server code, Queues, Databases, and Caches)

The project is fairly intensive and the expectation is for each team to stretch themselves to complete the project in the designated time. Each team's mentor will guide them everyday and be available to review their work and answer questions. At the end of each week, every team's work is reviewed by subject matter experts alongwith respective mentors, and all common design errors / mistakes are discussed with the entire batch. At the end of 6 weeks each team is expected to make a final presentation of their project comprising of their design, mockups, architecture and a live demo.

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