Despite regular exam reboots, certifying organizations can barely keep up with the changing technology landscape. With the retirement of Network+ N10-006, we thought we’d take a look at the new CompTIA Net+ exam, and the moving target of technology certification.
If you’ve worked in technology for a little while, you know that change is a way of life. Technology moves, and the certifications follow. There are a number of reasons that IT certifications change. We argue that there’s an equal (and perhaps even greater) number of reasons why IT certifications shouldn’t last a lifetime.
Networking expert Chuck Keith recently joined CBT Nuggets as our newest trainer.
It’s 2018. It’s impossible to say that IT doesn’t matter. It’s also hard to say it’s not boring — and that’s a good thing. This week, we’re looking at where IT matters to individuals, companies, the bottom line — and even a few places where IT doesn’t matter (that much).
CBT Nuggets trainer Jamie Grettum takes a practical approach to Salesforce Lightning, providing hands-on examples of how to not only get started as a Lightning user but also how to master real-world tasks in the new interface.
CBT Nuggets trainer Shawn Powers has been busy this year with Ansible and Linux courses. So this week, we’re celebrating everything Linux!
If you’re working an IT job, it’s easy to get bogged down in the constant flow of tickets thrown at you. However, keeping up-to-date on your certifications is a piece of the job that, if not done properly, will leave you stuck in the past.
Cloud-based applications and infrastructure are scalable, resilient, and relatively inexpensive. However, they’re not infallible — and their weaknesses are typically on your end. There are easy ways to mitigate those weaknesses with communication and training for everyone — not just the IT pros.
In this 30-minute webinar, Anthony Sequeira teaches you how to communicate beyond the technical aspects of cloud infrastructure, using the vocabulary you’ll need for communicating to a broader audience about benefits and risks of cloud migration.
Even while (some) companies are abandoning analytics approaches for Big Data modeling, the most important business data is still “small” and lives in a structured database somewhere. To unlock that data in any meaningful way, you’ll need to know a procedural language, probably SQL.