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JuMP is an initiative by Cognixia – one of the most awarded and recognized training companies out there. Our training programs are designed and developed by an experienced team of academicians, domain experts and industry veterans, who are keen to teach their craft and believe in passing the baton of knowledge along to keen learners. The major aim of this program, besides training the students in the latest technologies, is to prepare them for the corporate scenarios and make them industry-ready.

We currently offer three training tracks –

Web Development track

Over time, web development has gone from a simple tech job to a complex profession. To build a successful career in the field of web development, one would need to cultivate an elaborate array of skills. Just knowing front end development is just not enough today. An ideal web developer is well versed in the craft of front end development, middleware as well as back end.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 13% employment growth for web developers by 2026.

The jump Web Development track covers the entire spectrum of technologies needed for web development, ranging from HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript to Angular.js and Bootstrap. It also covers MongoDB, testing frameworks like Protractor and Mocha, Express.js and Node.js for middleware and GITHUB source control.

The Bureau also reports that a fully trained web developer makes about $66130 on an average, with the highest paid salary going up to $119,550. Computer systems design and information services employ the largest share of web developers in the country.

To enroll for this track, sign up here.

Cloud Computing track

Big Data is the key to inspire a positive change with far-sightedness powered by predictive analysis and advanced data science, which leads to fact-based decision making, and improved customer experience. Experts of Big Data capable of leveraging Machine Learning can devise predictive analysis apps such as personalization, classification and recommendation systems that help in understanding and predicting behavior or events, facilitating effective planning and decision making.

In 2016, Glassdoor named ‘Data Scientist’ as the ‘Best job in America’. Big Data has been listed as one of the top five initiatives with the largest impact on organizations.

The jump data analytics track covers key aspects from statistics such as ARMA, ARIMA, hypotheses testing, regression models, etc which form the foundation of analytics. The analytics base is supported by Big Data Hadoop development which covers components like HDFS, Pig, MapReduce, YARN, Hive, Sqoop, Oozie, Zookeeper, Apache Spark, HBase, etc. After gaining a thorough understanding of these tools and applications, students are exposed to Machine Learning architecture including Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, TensorFlow, etc.

Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median base salary for entry-level data scientists is around $116,840, being one of the highest paid IT and mathematics professions.

To enroll for this track, sign up here.

Data Analytics track

Over time, web development has gone from a simple tech job to a complex profession. To build a successful career in the field of web development, one would need to cultivate an elaborate array of skills. Just knowing front end development is just not enough today. An ideal web developer is well versed in the craft of front end development, middleware as well as back end.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 13% employment growth for web developers by 2026.

The Bureau also reports that a fully trained web developer makes about $66130 on an average, with the highest paid salary going up to $119,550. Computer systems design and information services employ the largest share of web developers in the country.

The jump Web Development track covers the entire spectrum of technologies needed for web development, ranging from HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript to Angular.js and Bootstrap. It also covers MongoDB, testing frameworks like Protractor and Mocha, Express.js and Node.js for middleware and GITHUB source control.

To enroll for this track, sign up here.