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558 Parkside Tech was formed to teach/educate technology to the Black culture as they make up less than 2% of all technology jobs within the IT industry. Teaching coding, design, architecture and database structure for two platforms.
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558 Parkside Tech was formed to teach/educate technology to the Black culture as they make up less than 2% of all technology jobs within the IT industry. Teaching coding, design, architecture and database structure for two platforms.
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    CRUD which are the 4 programs most Developer will ONLY write

    CRUD which are the 4 programs most Developer will ONLY write

    CRUD is definitely a fundamental concept in software development, and it stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete. These four operations represent the basic functionality that most applications need to perform on data stored in a database.




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    • 10 min
    558 ParksideTech Commerical :38 seconds

    558 ParksideTech Commerical :38 seconds

    558 Parkside Tech was formed to teach/educate technology to the Black culture as they make up less than 2% of all technology jobs within the IT industry. Teaching coding, design, architecture and database structure for two platforms. This episode is about UML Diagrams today tech world many companies are moving too fast to take the time to use them, but the culture needs to be aware they exist.


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    Unified Modeling Language Explained in 5 Minutes

    Unified Modeling Language Explained in 5 Minutes

    UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagrams are a visual representation of software design and architecture. They can be very useful in helping developers and other stakeholders to understand the structure and behavior of a software system.

    While it's true that some companies may prioritize speed over the use of UML diagrams, it's important for the culture to be aware of their existence and potential benefits. UML diagrams can help to:


    Improve communication: UML diagrams provide a visual representation of software design, making it easier for team members to understand and discuss the system.


    Identify potential problems: By creating UML diagrams, developers can identify potential problems in the design early on, which can save time and effort in the long run.


    Aid in documentation: UML diagrams can serve as a useful documentation tool for the software system, providing a clear and concise overview of its structure and behavior.








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    • 5 min
    Object Oriented Programming Explained Part1

    Object Oriented Programming Explained Part1

    OOP is a programming paradigm that is based on the concept of objects, which are instances of classes that encapsulate data and behavior. OOP provides a way to organize code into reusable and modular components, making it easier to maintain and extend software systems.

    Some of the key features of OOP include:


    Encapsulation: This refers to the idea of bundling data and behavior into a single unit, or object, and hiding the internal details from the outside world.


    Inheritance: This allows objects to inherit properties and behavior from parent objects, enabling developers to create specialized objects that inherit from more general ones.


    Polymorphism: This allows objects to take on different forms and behave in different ways depending on the context.



    By understanding OOP concepts, developers can write code that is more modular, reusable, and easier to maintain. It's great to see that 558 Parkside Tech is teaching this important skill to the Black culture and helping to increase diversity in the tech industry.





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    • 11 min
    4th Industrial Revolution Part 3 Black Culture where do you Start DAMN

    4th Industrial Revolution Part 3 Black Culture where do you Start DAMN

    This is the conclusion on the series on where to start in Technology for the Culture.


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    • 13 min
    Blacks Culture Shouldn't learn to Code

    Blacks Culture Shouldn't learn to Code

    558 Parkside Tech was formed to teach/educate technology to the Black culture as they make up less than 2% of all technology jobs within the IT industry. Teaching coding, design, architecture and database structure for two platforms. Blacks shouldn't just learn to code but they should learn Technology so as not be left out of the 4th industrial revolution 


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