Holiday shopping can be difficult when trying to find something for those high-level techie-types. Gadgets go out of style and it’s hard to know if a specific technology syncs up with what they currently have --- one gift that keeps on giving is learning.
The Cisco Press Author Webinar Series continues on the Cisco Learning Network, as three sets of authors embark on featured learning events during the month of October.
Mark your calendar and make sure to attend the below events, as Cisco Press will have special offers for those in attendance! Five review copies of the author's recent products will also be given away during the events. Each even will be archived as well for future viewing.
Traenk is tired of everyone else diagnosing Windows 8 problems and remedies. It's time to envision a new Windows strategy and feature set that embraces everything Windows has been and what it can be. Because this lofty a thesis takes so many words, stayed tuned to this Blog channel for follow-on pieces. Extra points will be given to the best comments and retorts offered by you, the Readers...
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Have any of you noticed how hot SharePoint products and technologies have become over the past year or so. According to industry sources, sales of SharePoint will top $1 billion this year alone. For our purposes, we must ask the question: "What SharePoint certifications are available, and how can I earn 'em as quickly as possible?"
I have spoken elsewhere in this space about my firm conviction that Microsoft Exam 70-620, TS: Windows Vista, Configuring, is an embarrassingly easy test. Allow me to make a case for your taking this exam as soon as possible.
Many of you are in the process of earning your Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) credential in Windows Server 2003. I have an insider's tip that may shorten your certification path somewhat.
Well, I suppose that of late I have been predisposed toward discussing IT certification exam security. What inspired this topic, I think, is the staggering number of students who ask me in all innocence, "Should I use braindumps to study for my tests?"
Computer-based testing happens to be the most common delivery mechanism that most IT certification vendors use to deploy their exams. Unfortunately, some test-takers make faulty or incomplete assumptions with regard to how computer-based testing systems work. In this essay I will address three of the most prevalent myths as culled from my professional experience as a technical trainer.
Physicians call 20/20 hindsight as the "retrospectoscope." Likewise, I would bet you 20 dollars to a stale jelly donut you left the testing center after taking your first certification exam with a number of "I wish I knew..." gotchas. Let me share five of my personal favorites with you.