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With expert Mike Benkovich
Wednesday, April 05, 2017 11:00 AM -12:30 PM CT
The software development lifecycle generally includes a few well-known phases: plan, code, build, and deliver. This cycle should repeat as feedback from customers is turned into new enhancements, feature fixes, and other backlog work. But is the feedback you are getting useful and complete? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to look under the hood of your application and learn more about how well it performed and how it was used by your customers? Join Mike Benkovich as he explores how to get started with Application Insights, an Azure-based analytics service used to capture usage, events, and other metrics about how your application runs.Register Now
With expert David Bigger
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:00 AM -12:30 PM CT
Join security expert David Bigger as he explores CompTIA’s highest level certification: CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP). This vendor-neutral, globally-recognized certification will not only help you excel in your career, but also give you leverage over your competition. Covering the breadth of Forensics, Cloud Security, Penetration Testing, Application Security and Cryptography, this webinar will also touch on one of the more popular Cyber Security topics, Network Security, and how these security concepts can be applied to your network.Register Now
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With expert Thomas LeBlanc
Recorded on March 08, 2017
SQL Server 2016 includes some of the best features from Microsoft ever! Plus, the Standard edition now includes many features previously available only in Enterprise. In this webinar, we’ll review four areas of changes—the database engine, administration, Business Intelligence, and advanced analytics—using SQL Server 2016 SP1 as an on-premise solution. For administration, we’ll cover cloning a database, the Query Store, and live statistics. For BI, we’ll review the new modern Report Services portal as well as changes in Analysis Services (SSAS) and Integration Services (SSIS). Finally, see how the R statistical language has been integrated, enabling advanced analytics in SQL Server.
With expert Patrick Loner
Recorded on February 22, 2017
CompTIA's hugely successful certification track Network+ has become the gold standard for IT professionals. Recently, CompTIA updated the certification to modernize it with today's technology and best practices. It is important for those that specialize in IT related fields to maintain their certification and stay current. In this webinar, we will discuss the benefits of the CompTIA Network+ certification as a whole as well as provide an overview of what's new in the N10-006 release of the certification
With expert Peter Thorsteinson
Recorded on February 08, 2017
Nearly any developer can take advantage of the speed, power, and flexibility within C++ without having to become a full-time C++ developer. Whether you typically code in C#, Java, Python, Ruby, or others, by mastering C++ Interop you can increase performance where it is most needed, be it complex mathematics, manipulating large data sets, or accessing external drivers. In this webinar, you'll learn how to use C++ Interop to move data in and out of a C++ application in order to take advantage of specific C++ enhancements.
With expert Mike Benkovich
Recorded on January 25, 2017
Since Microsoft launched its public cloud offering with Azure in 2010, keeping track of how to provision and use the services has evolved as the number of services has expanded. This expansion led to a growing need for provisioning automation. In this webinar, we'll dive into the Azure Management Portal to show you how to find new services that you may have a need for. You'll also gain insights into new analytics that show how your services are working.