Inspired by a recent article from Certification Magazine, Ed Tittel reviews and reflects upon the thoroughgoing process by which IT certifications are created.
It's important for any IT professional to take care of Number One. If you haven't got your health, then everything else in your life tends to suffer. In Part 17 of our multipart series, we focus on mindfulness.
Inflation is up (slightly), job growth is down (somewhat), and wages are growing faster than inflation for the first time in a year. Ed Tittel says all of that adds up to (mostly) good news.
Information technology (IT) evolves and expands quickly enough that it can be hard to keep up with new technology and new terminology. Today we unpack the conversation around "platform engineering."
With a planned 2024 launch of three expert-level certifications, CompTIA is adding key rungs to its certification ladders. The new credentials will also have a new brand: X.
Putting your professional or newly acquired IT skills to work for free may sound counterintuitive. There are good and worthwhile reasons, however, to volunteer your expertise, or accept a position as an intern.
Until August 13, Mashable is offering "lifetime" access to a training bundle that covers no fewer than 13 CompTIA certification training courses. And you won't believe your eyes when you see how much it costs.
GoCertify continues its tour of the history of the world's most consequential invention. In today's installment: people who like to write about technology.
AI certification is a blank slate. There are doubtless credentials being developed, but nothing that's ready now for eager IT professionals.