BlackBerry Syndrome: Have you been diagnosed? – Part 1
At a recent class, I asked the students to take a 10 minute break. So what was the first reaction from my fellow students? Was it rushing out the door to get the strongest black coffee ever made? Was it actually looking for nearest exit? Actually no, it was if the class had practiced a […]
New Video Interview with Mobile App Development Instructor Joe Gagliardo
Watch Learning Tree’s new video interview with Joe Gagliardo and find out what he loves about teaching mobile application development. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soq35Ovl8VA&w=560&h=315] Learn more about Learning Tree instructors on our website.
Learning Tree Private Cloud Course: What Do You Think?
We are in the early stages of development for our upcoming course title tentatively named “Building a Private Cloud: Hands-on”. The course will be written by Arnold Villeneuve. Yours truly will be on-board as a technical editor. That gives me the opportunity to blog about the course as it goes from inception through to first […]
Training Value Proposition – Part 2
Part 2 In my last blog I discussed four common “training value propositions.” I suggested that organizations tend to see training and development as either a way to police, maintain power, leverage currency or sustain ongoing personal development. I encouraged you to support a culture that builds people, rather than focusing primarily on policing, rules, […]
SharePoint 2010 Pilot course done but never finished!
We finished the SharePoint pilot course with great reviews from the attendees. On the final day we hit a couple of glitches with excel services which is the web based way of viewing and manipulating Excel spreadsheets. Fortunately most people were able to complete the practical work and see it in action. There was a lot […]