CLE – Certified Entry-Level Programmer Certification

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Intro Course

CLE – C Certified Entry-Level Programmer certification is an interim step to the CLA – C Certified Associate Programmer certification and the starting point to launch a career in software development, low-level and middle-level programming, C programming, and related technologies. Becoming CLE certified will help you stand out from other candidates and get your foot in the door.

CLE – C Certified Entry-Level Programmer certification shows that the individual is familiar with universal computer programming concepts like compilation, variables, data types, typecasting, operators, conditional execution, loops, arrays, pointers, memory management, functions, and the runtime environment.

Prerequisites:

  1. Students must be 12 Years Old or older

  2. Students must be current Techy Kids Students

  3. Students must be complete or close to completing Karel in Code HS.

  4. HOWEVER - We will accept students with teacher recommendations!

Space will be limited so please enquire soon!

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Karel is pre-requisite for C as Karel is designed to teach beginners programming wherein, students will learn about the basic logical structures like: for loops, if statements, while loops and control structures.  Once students are familiar with these concepts it becomes very easy for them to fly along with any Programming or Scripting Language. 

Why Learn C?: C is one of the oldest and most popular programming languages that is very important to learn in order to step foot in the programming world. The knowledge of programming would be incomplete if you know various other languages except for C.
Only after the advent of C, other programming languages came into the big picture.  Being a middle-level language, C reduces the gap between the low-level and high-level languages. It can be used for writing operating systems as well as doing application level programming. 
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