I had time with myself today, to plan a head for DeveloperMan and came up with the titles I'll be covering throughout the first phase of the project.
Indeed, I expect to boost my own skill-set and skill-level as the result of preparing for these tutorials, plus, positioning myself as a competent professional and getting more business.
Once that's finished, say by mid 2011 (22 months), I'll exceed to the next phase. Especially, I'll be graduated by then from my Engineering school.
There are going to be 2 main target audience:
I'll be going through some titles for business professionals subjected to taking development decisions, or want to manage their own websites, or a part of the process themselves.
That's the main target audience, as the product from DeveloperMan is going to be knowledge products and may be online services too, depending on how the project will develop during its initial phase.
Going open source:
- Illustrator basics
- Photoshop for web designers
- Flash workaround
Web design concepts:
- Layout, design and Usability
- Web Standards
- Using JQuery
- Domain registration
- Web Hosting & Server Configurations
- Web Projects Work flow
- Ideal communication
- Search Engines Optimization (SEO)
- Social Media Marketing
- Facebook as a Business Platform
- Internet Advertising (FB/Adwords/Affiliate Marketing)
- Programming Basics
- PHP Basics ( Getting your hands dirty)
- PHP Intermediate Technique ( OOP and Frameworks)
- Advanced PHP (Web 2.0 Mashups)
- Building a CMS using PHP
- Building an Ecommerce site using PHP
More web development technologies:
- Ruby On Rails
- Concepts, how to approach the problem
- Software Development Cycle
- Database Design
- SQL Queries
- Packaging and Protection Programming
- Couple of software projects
In case you think I'm crazy thinking about covering all that, check my profile, to understand that I personally went through all these technologies; acquiring so much knowledge, with not so much practicing in all technologies - not similar in everything -, but competent enough to carry out a professional level of training.
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