CBT Nuggets trainer Ben Finkel recently released his Android App Development with Java course, giving IT pros the skills and knowledge they need to successfully apply Java to app development. Ben’s new course is the perfect follow up to his Java Essentials course. Ben talks with us about his course.
There are certain skills that you need to develop a career in virtualization, cloud computing, and data center technology. These skills have their differences, but there is a defined spot where they converge, giving you the potential to work in all three areas. We break down the skill sets needed, along with the sweet spot you can hit for ultimate success.
Cisco is going through the process of updating its data center certification exams this year. And these updates come with new pathways for success! We take a closer look at Cisco’s new and improved data center certification exams — and how they are going to affect your training.
Organizations are relying on data centers more and more to run the most critical processes of their operations. Data centers are developing into the “brain” of a company, but how are they developing in this day and age? Learn about all the pieces that add up to make a data center what it is — and how it works efficiently to make all internal operations run smoothly.
This week, we spent some time answering some of the toughest questions from the IT Turnover Game. We offered some tips for working in a high turnover field, signs that it might be time to leave your IT job, reasons to stick it out in a bad job, and how to gracefully exit when you give notice.
As an IT pro, you have to be ready to play the IT Turnover Game. We work our way through the game board to help you figure out how to win the game — and make the most of your IT career. Our infographic gives you some tips and tricks to conquer the IT Turnover Game.
Breaking up is hard to do. But we can still be friends — or can we? Putting in your notice doesn’t have to result in awkward silences and painful goodbyes. You really shouldn’t burn your bridges when you quit your IT job. Thankfully, we have a guide to help you figure out how to make a graceful exit.
No job is perfect. But there are some jobs that are just plain bad. We’ve all heard the horror stories, but what if your workplace puts you smack-dab in the middle of one of those nightmares? Surprisingly, there are some good reasons to try to stick it out in a bad IT job. We dig into the reasons why you should stay.
The Linux Professional Institute will retire its v4.0 exams for the LPIC-2 certification on August 1, 2017. Motivated open source gurus have just enough time left to study up for and take the v4.0 exams before they are replaced by updated v4.5 exams. We share a study plan to help you complete your studies and take the exams before they’re gone for good.
Should I stay or should I go? IT has a high turnover rate, but how do you know it’s time to leave your IT job? There are many indicators that should prompt you to start job hunting, but we explore six signs that it may be time for you to move on to other, better opportunities.