The Influence of Multi Platform Space on the Formation of a Programming Languages Stack in the Competence-Based Approach to Computing Training at Univ


Authors : Gregory Korotenko, Leonid Korotenko.

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 11 - Novermber

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At the present time, there exist a significant gap between educational attainment acquired by students at Universities and the trends of modern information technologies development, as well as an increase in the number of levels of computing platforms and their ecosystems. The analysis of the most highly paid jobs, based on survey of Stack Overflow developers, has shown that those in most demand are : DevOps specialists, Data scientists, Back-end developers, FullStack developers, Embedded developers. Training programs, however, continue to be improved in five key educational areas: Computer Science (CS), Computer Engineering (CE), Software Engineering (SE), Information Systems (IS), Information Technology (IT). The level of future specialists’ competence is constantly improving through improvement of university programs developed under the aegis of organizations, i.e. the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). That is why it is important to explore the opportunities for improvement of modern students’ competency level through the development of curricula based on the formation of a programming languages stack, necessary for their further integration into the processes of society informatization.

Keywords : IT platforms, profiles, training courses, programming language stack.

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