I HAVE DONE IT Certification
Real world value I HAVE DONE IT mentality and proof of such. This is not to devalue the I HAVE LEARNED IT, but researches have proven that learning through doing has the most value. Researcher believe that it takes 1000 to 30,000 repetition to turn some activity into second nature to you; that is equivalent to doing something without thinking.
At Louisville Institute of Technology (LIT), founded in Louisville Kentucky, we believe in 100% doing/hands-on to learn, and 100% closely real life working environment simulation or learning activities. This includes time commitment each day – and we really means 6-8 hours of programming, research, working with team members, presentation and technical/business strategy debating through our apprenticeship program.
As an IT professional, real experience matters a lot. A one time end to end full stack software development (entire Software Development Life Cycle – SDLC) experience, is highly important for ones’ IT career and the sooner this experience happens, the better. LIT believes this experience should happens at the end of each IT formal education/college graduate or any one who aspires to be a IT Engineer and already had a basic computer programming. A one time self implementation of the full stack of N Tier (3 tier minimum, the least) application or software solutions is critical for the maturity of a software engineer/software programmer.
Knowing is not DOING. You want to tell everyone I HAVE DONE IT.
Values comes from doing. Application of what you learned and what you know is what matters, not what you learned or what you know. At LIT, we coach and mentor you to do, implement, build, present, and show case your products. We guide you to convey/sell yourself as such. Remember how job interview always start with “Tell Me A Little Bit About Yourself”? What companies what to hear is not what you learned or what you know; they want to hear what you have done with those knowledge. If not, how would you plan or intent to do exactly that.