Desktop application development creates software that meets the needs of their clients or end-users, while also adhering to best practices in software development and ensuring that the software is of high quality. Desktop Application Developers are important for companies because they provide software that meets unique business needs, is user-friendly, efficient, offers improved security, customization, offline capabilities, scalability, and better performance than web or mobile applications.
The Desktop Application Development micro-credential is critical for the role of Desktop Application Developer, Software Developer, and Application Developer.
Recommended: Experience working with databases and an object-oriented programming language such as C#
Up to 8 weeks based on your experience and expertise. Pivot-Ed micro-credentials are measured by performance and not time.
Flexible, online and asynchronous with two options to fit your learning requirements - choose between the bundle or assessment-only path.