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MongoDB Training at Webucator

Webucator is offering MongoDB courses.

MongoDB is a popular cross-platform document-based database. It is a NoSQL database and therefore does not use a table structure. MongoDB is an open-source database that boasts fast and simple integration of data.

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Spring 5 and JPA 2 Training

Webucator is offering a new course:

  1. Introduction to Spring 5 and JPA 2

Spring 5 is the latest version of Spring, and this course covers three main configuration styles: Java-based (@Configuration), annotation-based (@Component), and the traditional XML-based configuration that may still play an important role in existing and new projects. Students will gain an understanding of core principles, use the Spring Core module, understand types of metadata, and much more. This course is also available for Spring 4.

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Microsoft Courses to Prepare for New Azure Exams

Webucator is offering courses that align with Microsoft’s new Azure certification exams AZ-100, AZ-101, AZ-200, AZ-201, AZ-300, and AZ-301:

  1. Microsoft Azure Infrastructure and Deployment (AZ-100)
  2. Microsoft Azure Integration and Security (AZ-101)
  3. Microsoft Azure Developer Core Solutions (AZ-200)
  4. Microsoft Azure Developer Advanced Solutions (AZ-201)
  5. Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies (AZ-300)
  6. Microsoft Azure Architect Design (AZ-301)

These courses are multi-day courses that combine the appropriate half-day, 1-day, and 2-day courses from Microsoft. These courses target various skill groups and align with the certification exams. They can be customized in any combination to fit clients’ needs.

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New GraphQL Course

Webucator is offering a new course:

  1. Beginning GraphQL Training

GraphQL is a query language developed by Facebook. GraphQL offers single-endpoint requests and faster response time. Students will learn all the aspects of GraphQL starting with the the basics to integrating GraphQL with server-side applications. This course starts from a beginner level but students must have a basic understanding of JavaScript syntax.

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Tableau Courses

Webucator offers two Tableau courses:

  1. Exploring Tableau Desktop
  2. Enhanced Tableau Desktop

The Exploring course gets students started using Tableau and the Enhanced course is for students who want to take what they learned in the first course to the next level and learn in-depth Tableau features. Participants need only basic familiarity with introductory data source concepts to take these courses.

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Three New Excel Courses

Webucator has added three Excel courses:

  1. Microsoft Office Excel 2016: Dashboards
  2. Microsoft Office Excel 2016: Data Analysis with Power Pivot
  3. Microsoft Office Excel 2016: Data Analysis with PivotTables

All three courses are for experienced Excel users who want to take their skills to the next level. All three courses help students learn Excel’s capability of doing more with Big Data in Excel.

The 1-day Dashboards course focuses on presentation of data focusing on how to extract actionable organizational intelligence from raw data and how to present it in a visual format that enables decision makers to view key trends and conclusions at a glance.

The half-day Power Pivot and PivotTables courses focus on those respective tools with PowerPivot enabling you to organize, manipulate, and report your data in the best way possible, and PivotTables using PivotCharts to summarize data for you to analyze and organize in a meaningful way.

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Two New Power BI Courses

Webucator has added two Power BI courses:

  1. Microsoft Power BI Desktop and Microsoft Power Query
  2. Quick Powerful Graphics with Power View, PowerPivot, Power Query, Power Map, and Power BI

Both courses are for students already familiar with Excel. The first course specifically requires familiarity with datasets and basic reporting, including the use of PivotTables.

Microsoft Power BI Desktop and Microsoft Power Query focuses on Power Query, a revolutionary data tool for Excel that allows you to intuitively discover and automate the import, transformation, and combination of data across a variety of data sources for use in Excel and Microsoft Power BI. Power Query is a free add-in for Excel that enhances the self-service Business Intelligence experience in Excel.

Quick Powerful Graphics with Power View, PowerPivot, Power Query, Power Map, and Power BI covers a wider range of tools and teaches how to combine the functionality of Power View, PowerPivot, Power Query, and Power BI into graphs, charts, KPIs, reports, and other visualizations.

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New Vue.js course

Webucator has added a new course Beginning Vue.js Training.

Vue.js is a JavaScript library for building modern web applications. This course teaches the fundamentals of Vue.js and then introduces Webpack followed by Vuex and Vue Router. This course is for JavaScript web developers who want to learn Vue.js.