For years Microsoft has been releasing new tools and updates geared towards helping employees work better together. Now, they’ve brought it all together in one central hub: Microsoft Teams. Is your organization adopting Microsoft Teams? Here are 5 tips to help you get started with Microsoft Teams. Continue Reading »
As a Microsoft Certified Partner, we hear the buzz on learning Microsoft Azure every day.
Companies increasingly need IT professionals with cloud skills. In fact, IDC claims that by 2021, 38 percent of IT positions will be cloud related.
It’s essential for IT pros to gain cloud skills right away. Here are steps to help you learn Azure.
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Webucator has added a new course Beginning Vue.js Training.
Kotlin is becoming a must-have skill for Android developers. We’re offering two new Kotlin courses. Both courses are for experienced Java developers. The first course is an introduction to Kotlin, while the second course follows up with more focus on Android development. Both courses can be customized for your group’s needs and goals.
- Kotlin Programming Training
- Kotlin for Android Training
Webucator has two new Azure courses:
- Beginning Serverless Architectures with Azure
- Professional Azure SQL Database Administration
These courses provide a balance of theory and hand-on applications that are focused on practical takeaways to emulate different scenarios you might come across while working with Azure SQL Database and to end with you getting the most out of the features offered by Azure SQL Database (the cloud version of SQL Server).
Beginning Serverless Architectures with Azure is a 1-day course intended for back-end developers and cloud engineers with some Azure experience.
Professional Azure SQL Database Administration is a 3-day course for database administrators, database developers, or application developers interested in developing new or migrating existing applications with Azure SQL Database.
Webucator has two new courses from Learning Patterns:
- Introduction to Spring and JPA2 (changed from previous name – Fast Track to Spring and JPA2)
- Introduction to Spring and Hibernate
Both courses are for developers with good working knowledge of Java who also need to use Spring and Hibernate.
The Spring and Hibernate course is only for clients using Hibernate’s proprietary XML mapping files. Those using the JPA API (e.g., @Entity) should take the Introduction to Spring and JPA course.
According to course author Yaakov Weintraub of Learning Patterns, “Spring and Hibernate/JPA are different technologies. However, Spring easily integrates with both Hibernate and JPA. This allows Hibernate and JPA-based repositories to use all of the other capabilities that Spring provides, especially dependency injection and TX management.”
Webucator now offers Microsoft Teams training. If you need to get your team up to speed on this new product from Microsoft, this course is right for you.
Microsoft Teams is a group chat software solution released by Microsoft last fall. It allows team members to chat and hold web conferences in one solution.
Webucator is offering a new course: Professional Scala Training.
This course is for experienced developers who have some previous exposure to Scala who are looking to acquire more in-depth knowledge of Scala programming.
Scala is a concise, general-purpose programming language that combines elements of object-oriented with functional programming.
For the fourth consecutive year, Webucator had many applicants for our Computer Science Scholarship, which we award to an outstanding student who shows potential for leadership in the field of Computer Science. This year’s winner, Sabrina Zeleke, is a student at Calvin College.
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Every week, the statistical analysis website FiveThirtyEight publishes some riddles. In this week’s riddle, titled When Will The Arithmetic Anarchists Attack?, the challenge is to figure how many dates between 1/1/2000 and 12/31/2099, using the date format
MM/DD/YY, meet the following condition:
MM * DD == YY
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