4 Reasons Why Python is a Great Language to Learn

Python is one of the fastest growing programming languages on the planet. It’s has such a huge range of applications that it’s arguably one of a number of tools redefining how we understand technical skills in the workplace – it’s helping to blur the line between tech professionals and other established managerial roles. Here are […]
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A Quick Binary Refresher for Analytic Query Writers

You probably thought that the chapter on binary number systems in your Intro to Computer Science textbook would never have to be opened again, especially now that you’re a report writer or a data analyst and generally don’t get too close to the silicon. SQL Server DBAs bump into binary numbers from time to time […]
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Let’s Build Something Great: The Future of Corporate Learning and Training

I’ve written a few articles recently about what blended learning is and in them I shared some rather disheartening conversations and observations I’ve had in the last year about the state of corporate training. In summary, what I’ve learned is that organizations are still trying to find their footing when it comes to training their […]
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Is It a URI, a URL, Or Both?

A URL is a URI, and so is a URN, but a URL isn’t a URN and not all URIs are URLs. Clear? No? OK, we’ll look at these in more detail and Try to clear up some of the conflict? What is a URI? A URI us a “Uniform Resource Identifier”. It is a […]
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How to easily create a newsletter template in Microsoft Word

How to easily create a newsletter template in Microsoft Word and use it over and over again! Most organizations have one or more newsletters for employees or customers. This article will show you how to create a newsletter template in Microsoft Word that you can use over and over again. Since Microsoft Word 2013 the […]
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