Certificates & Quick Courses
Hacking with Swift
Started in 2019. Ongoing.
By following the courses of hackingwithswift.com for a while now, I learned how to code iPhone and iPad apps with Swift, using both UIKit and SwiftUI frameworks. I followed a massive curriculum that taught me Swift with real-world projects, covering topics such as views, navigation, data, networking, animations, concurrency, and more. I also learned how to use Git and GitHub for version control, write tests and debug code, and apply design patterns and best practices. I practiced my skills with interactive quizzes, coding challenges, and portfolio projects. I also accessed a wealth of resources such as articles, videos, podcasts, and books that helped me expand my knowledge and stay updated with the latest developments in Swift. These courses helped me learn Swift for free and prepare for a career in iOS development.
Google IT Automation with Python
Finished in 2023.
In the course Google IT Automation with Python, I learned how to use Python to automate everyday system administration tasks, such as working with files and directories, parsing logs and data, and managing cloud resources. I also learned to use Git and GitHub for version control, collaboration, and code review. In addition, I gained skills in troubleshooting and debugging complex problems, testing and improving code quality, and applying automation at scale using configuration management and cloud tools. It was an excellent way to improve the skills I learned during my Master's degree and apply them to real-world situations.
Swift and iOS LinkedIn Courses
Finished in 2023.
LinkedIn has a few quick courses for premium users, and I did some iOS and Swift specific courses that interested me.