Level One Technical Software Configuration Management (TSCM) Training
Upcoming training dates:
• Weekly classes Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00am to 5:00pm (excluding holiday weeks). Evening classes are available upon request.
Are you interested in taking your career to the next level? Do you want to differentiate yourself from your peers? Do you want to be the next all-star? Do you want the rewards that come with all of this? Then TSCM Level One training has been designed for you!
The fast paced nature of information technology has created various technology gaps. This training has been designed to help bridge those technology gaps as well as provide the core skill sets used to create the super stars of tomorrow. These gaps occur with college graduates, junior working professionals, and even senior working professionals in various roles including software engineers, test engineers, database engineers, configuration management, and system administrators. Bridging these technology gaps provide our trainees with the necessary conceptual and practical skills to be successful in today's workforce as well as the core skill sets required to be the next set of super stars.
This training emphasizes the concepts our trainees need to be successful for many years regardless of the tools and technologies used. Second, this training provides practical exercises and examples using the most relevant technologies. All of the technical modules have take-home exercises for the trainees to hone their skills.
In addition to technology, this training is focused on creating and improving the entire trainee so they are the complete package. This training includes modules that work on the softer skills such as communications, productivity, and team work. Finally, most of our trainees work as consults in positions that require them to interview with clients to obtain billable positions. Consequently, modules on resume writing and technical interviews have been added so the trainees better understand the importance of this process and are more successful at obtaining these positions.
Below is a summary of the various topics. Note that the content of the training is continuously changing to keep up with the current technologies and trends. Each student is provided with a Linux netbook or laptop to take home and continue developing knowledge on all topics listed below. Interclypse does not provide a warranty on the netbook or laptop.
• Technical Software Configuration Management (TSCM)
• Environment Variables (Windows and Unix)
• Success - Team and individuals taking it to the next level with differentiators
• Revision Control
• Tools of the trade (editor, IDEs, ...)
• Build Tools
• Software Development
• Problem Recognition
• Testing (Unit, Integration, Automated)
• Continuous Integration
• Career versus job (money versus wealth)
• Technical Interview Guidelines
For companies using the practice exercises, it is recommended that the candidate(s) are provided a computer running Linux (preferably Red Hat or Fedora) with root access. This computer fully immerses candidates into the Linux environment. Next it is highly recommended that a new Subversion repository be setup for each candidate to experiment with using the provided exercises. This new repository can be delete upon completion of the training.