GoCertify Wishes You a Joyous Winter Holiday Break

We wish you a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

Fast away the old year passes! It's not quite time to hail the new (ye lads and lasses), but the clock is definitely ticking down on 2018. GoCertify is not about to go dark like a winter afternoon at 4:30, but we will be scaling back during the final week of the year.


We hope it's been a December to remember for all of the faithful GoCertify visitors out there. If you have some down time over the next 10 days, think about the coming year and what you'd like to accomplish. It's never too early to begin planning the next leg of your certification journey.


In case you missed it — ICYMI, as the kids like to say — we've been looking back over 2018 at some of GoCertify's annual content milestones:


The 10 Most Popular GoCertify Articles of 2018


The 10 Most Popular GoCertify Certification Watch Newsletters of 2018


Here's what you can expect to see on GoCertify before the end of 2018 (and for a couple of days after that):


Friday, Dec. 21: Ed Tittel on Microsoft Clearing Out Old Certs

Monday, Dec. 24: Enjoy a relaxed and stress-free (You got your shopping done, right?) Christmas Eve. [No new content]

Tuesday, Dec. 25: Merry Christmas! Hope you got something cool. [No new content]

Wednesday, Dec. 26: What are the 10 Most Popular GoCertify Quizzes of 2018? Tune in for the big reveal!

Thursday, Dec. 27: Um, it's a snow day! Yeah, that's the ticket. [No new content]

Friday, Dec. 28: Ed Tittel drops by for the final time in 2018.

Monday, Dec. 31: Everybody be safe on the roads. Good advice for tomorrow, too, actually. [No new content]

Tuesday, Jan. 1: Happy New Year! What are your resolutions? [No new content]

Wednesday, Jan. 2: Back to business as usual. Aaron Axline kicks off GoCertify's 2019 with some advice about keeping your IT New Year's Resolutions. (You made some of those, right? Hurry up, there's still time!)


That's the rundown. Wherever you are, and whoever you're with, we hope that your holidays are happy, and we'll see you in 2019


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