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Monthly Course Digest: 6 New Ways to Learn

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A look at six new Cloud Class® courses: CompTIA Network+ (Exam N10-007), Build an E-Commerce Site with Angular 5, Bootstrap 4: Exploring New Features, JavaScript Best Practices, SQL 2014 Developer P1: T-SQL and .NET Code, and Exploring SQL Server 2016: Fundamentals.

Not all IT career paths are created equal. While the Bureau of Labor & Statistics predicts the employment of web developers to grow 15% from 2016 to 2026 and information systems managers are also expected to grow 12% in that time, computer programmer roles are expected to decline. No matter where you fall in those statistics, it’s important to remain marketable with up-to-date skills and best practices.


One of the best ways to do this is to continue your training, whether through online courses, in-person classes, or training seminars. But that’s always easier said than done, with the high day-to-day demands of IT work and subsequent cost associated with continuing education. 


If you're looking to enhance your skill set and prepare for important industry certifications whenever it’s convenient for you (and without the extra cost), we've continued to add new courses to our Cloud Class® library. Here’s a look at what’s new this month:



Instructor:

Patrick Loner

  • 15-year IT veteran, specializing in Microsoft operating systems, from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 10
  • Microsoft Certified Trainer
  • IT consultant



What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • Networking and fundamental components required for proper computer network connection
  • Network standards
  • The OSI reference model
  • TCP/IP and how it affects the internet
  • IPV4 and ITV6
  • Network devices
  • How to build available and scalable networks
  • Maintenance, monitoring, and troubleshooting


Who Should Take This Course:

  • Network administrators
  • Network field technicians
  • System engineers
  • IS consultants
  • Computer technicians
  • Help desk technicians
  • Network support specialists
  • Network analysts



Instructor:

Brett Romero

  • Software engineer
  • Technology consultant
  • Instructor
  • Experience working with Fortune 200 clients and the U.S. Department of Defense
  • Technical trainer


What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • Angular
  • Tools and code
  • Page layout and main site layout
  • Home page and carousel layout
  • Turning on routing
  • Creating the products page
  • Using a dynamic display
  • Backend product functionality and styling
  • Cart layout and functionality


Who Should Take This Course:

  • Web developers
  • JavaScript developers
  • Front End engineers
  • Full stack developers



Instructor:

Syed Raza

  • E-learning website entrepreneur
  • E-discovery and cloud computing consultant for global clients
  • Microsoft Certified Trainer
  • Systems Engineer
  • MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer)
  • MCP+I (Microsoft Certified Professional + Internet)
  • MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer)


What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • Bootstrap 4
  • How to create folders
  • Responsive websites
  • NavBar
  • Jumbotron
  • Card creation and footers
  • How to install XAMPP


Who Should Take This Course:

  • Front end developers
  • Senior programmers
  • Software architects
  • UX developers
  • Software engineers



Instructor:

Brett Hooper

  • Software engineer and entrepreneur
  • JavaScript experience
  • Builds desktop applications in many languages, including Delphi, C#, winforms/WPF, ASP.NET web forms, and MVC-based applications
  • Builds apps for the iPhone


What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • JavaScript best practices
  • How to avoid global variables
  • Variable naming conventions
  • Automatic semicolon insertion
  • Ternary conditional
  • Compound ternary conditionals
  • Ternary function invocation
  • Minimal DOM operations
  • Chrome dev tools
  • SOLID principles


Who Should Take This Course:

  • Web developers
  • JavaScript developers
  • Front End engineers
  • Full stack developers



Instructor:

Don Kiely

  • SQL Server and Visual Studio instructor
  • Nationally recognized author, instructor, and consultant specializing in Microsoft technologies
  • Author/co-author of several programming books
  • Speaker at industry conferences and user groups
  • Consultant for developing distributed applications for public and private organizations


What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • Views, tools for creating them, examples of how to update data, columns, and indexed views
  • Stores procedures and how to create them, also how to return their data, test, debug, execute, and create triggers
  • Program functions, such as scalar, inline table-valued, multi-statement, and stored
  • Transaction concepts and applications
  • SQL CLR


Who Should Take This Course:

  • SQL Server developers
  • Software engineers
  • Full stack developers
  • Application programmers



Instructor:

Thomas LeBlanc

  • Business Intelligence Architect
  • Database administrator
  • Application developer
  • Speaker in the SQL Server community
  • Voice for Microsoft Business Intelligence (MSBI) for enterprises
  • MCP, MCDBA, and MCITP in Database Administration and Business Intelligence


What You’ll Learn:

In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • SQL Server 2016
  • SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)
  • T-SQL and its manageability enhancements
  • Memory tables and stored procedures
  • Column store indexes


Who Should Take This Course:

  • SQL developers
  • SQL Server managers
  • SQL Server administrators
  • Database architects
  • Lead quality engineers


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by:Jennifer Wagner
Super excited to check out some of these web development courses, to help me edit my portfolio website.
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