The Next Step on Your Journey to LabVIEW Mastery
Whether you're just starting your software development education or you're looking to take your Git skills to the next level, we've got the courses to help you grow.
Learn at Your Own Pace
Self-guided lessons let you progress at whatever speed suits you best.
Come back and revisit lessons whenever you want. They'll always be here.
Getting Started in Software Development
This free course lets you explore the SAS philosophy to learn how you can become a better developer and have more fun with your work. By focusing on flexibility, adaptability, and iteration, you’ll discover how approaching projects from a different perspective – one centered around people – produces code that is a joy to work with and use.
You’ll also learn the essential technical skills you need to bring your vision to life, freeing yourself to enter a new era of your software design career. The course includes a list of resources and references that have influenced our philosophy for those who want to explore more deeply.
Using Git Effectively
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Git user, there’s always more to learn. In this course, you’ll discover how to make Git’s varied workflows serve your particular situation so you can stop wrestling with Git and start letting your creativity flourish.
You’ll move beyond just memorizing a few magical commands and gain a deep understanding of how Git operates, allowing you to make intelligent decisions and troubleshoot problems on the fly. Learn how to take true advantage of Git's power as both a time machine and a collaboration tool, and soon you'll be the developer everyone turns to when there’s a Git question.
This course gives you lifetime access to concise informative videos that you can watch at your own pace, and return to as many times as you like.
Using Git Effectively
If you are new to Git or sourcecode control, or just wish you knew more than a few magic incantations, then this course is for you. It will teach you how to effectively use Git for tracking changes to your code and collaborating with others. Preview here: https://www.sasworkshops.com/using-git-effectively-course-preview