By lynda.com | Thursday, August 27, 2015
So you’re learning how to code, moving beyond default hello world examples and taking your skills to the next level. Congratulations!
Coding isn’t difficult to learn if you take it step-by-step—but it’s hard to speak the language of a developer if you’re starting fresh.
We asked our top Developer authors for their sage advice on some of the most important terms and concepts for new coders to know. Here’s the top 18.
By lynda.com | Monday, January 12, 2015
Code is a new form of literacy in today’s world; it powers more and more of what we interact with each day. Learning some coding isn’t that difficult, but you may not realize the ways that programming can make you better at your job.
Find out how a little coding knowledge could enhance what you do this year, by exploring the infographic below. Below it, you’ll find lynda.com courses to get you started.
You’ll be surprised at how easy—and helpful—it is to add a bit of code savviness to your resume.
By lynda.com | Tuesday, May 06, 2014
It’s National Teacher Appreciation Week, and we at lynda.com would like to thank all the teachers who shape the minds and lives of learners young and old.
To celebrate your hard work and dedication to a brighter future, we’ve unlocked two lynda.com Education courses for you to watch this week: Flipping the Classroom and iPad Classroom: Apps for Educators.
By lynda.com | Wednesday, January 29, 2014
A powerful presentation can make or break your meeting. Don’t wing it; learn these must-know Powerpoint tips in just minutes from the experts at lynda.com.
Back up your presentations with hard data. Here’s how to import it from Excel.
Building and managing databases can be a chore. Save time and effort with these five Access tips, from the expert instructors at lynda.com.
A well-crafted database can give you insight into trends and opportunities. Learn its five key components.
Are you hoping to land a new job this year? Or a promotion at your current company? Learn to position yourself for the job you want with these five tips from the experts at lynda.com.
1. Keep track of your professional accomplishments.
Keep your resume fresh by maintaining a career-management document, updating it regularly with your achievements.
In 2014, learn how to make the most of your freelancing business. Whether you need to go mobile or want to learn the best way to estimate a project, there’s always room for improvement—and inspiration.
1. Expand your network.
How do you get past social anxiety when you need to network? Try these tips to make networking second nature.
By lynda.com | Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Following these five simple rules will go a long way towards helping you hire the best team for the new year.
1. Ask better questions.
During interviews, ask open-ended questions about real-life past situations—rather than hypothetical ones.
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