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In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Microsoft Learning addresses the thorny topic of item challenges, Cisco relays the amazing true story of a CCNA-certified 13-year-old, and more.
Don't be the weakest link. One of the most important ways that any IT organization can protect itself from cybercrime is to have a proactive, security conscious workforce.
You don't have to know sixteen levels of karate or go on a quest for a lost ring of power to become a grand master. Just grab a fistful of web development certs from Acquia.
When you pause to consider that the chief mandate for most community colleges is to prepare students to enter the workforce with relevant, usable job skills, is it any wonder that so many of their IT offerings involve certification in some form or fashion?
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CertMag lists the top project management certs, VMware loads you up with certification and training discounts, and more.
In many ways, the C programming language is the granddaddy of them all. And while there are many other languages currently available, it's still worth learning to code in C. (Something that certification can help with!)
CompTIA is preparing to launch the newest iteration of its Server+ credential either late this year or in 2016. Aaron Axline has taken the beta version of the new exam and tells readers what to be on the lookout for.
Take your web development career to the next level (and stay ahead of the security curve that afflicts one of the world's most exploitable web tools) with a new Java 8 credential.
There are even more ways to successfully study for a certification exam than those ennumerated earlier this week. Ed Tittel takes the baton from Aaron Axline with further recommendations and a popular (and free) e-book on the subject.
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