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Vice President of Technology | LearnNowOnline | Eden Prairie, MN

Martin Schaeferle is the Vice President of Technology for LearnNowOnline. Martin joined the company in 1994 and started teaching IT professionals nationwide to develop applications using Visual Studio and Microsoft SQL Server. He has been a featured speaker at various conferences including Microsoft Tech-Ed, DevConnections and the Microsoft NCD Channel Summit. Today, he is responsible for all product and software development as well as managing the company’s IT infrastructure. Martin enjoys staying on the cutting edge of technology and guiding the company to produce the best learning content with the best user experience in the industry. In his spare time, Martin enjoys golf, fishing, and being with his wife and three adult children.


Cyber Security: Education is Everything

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Introduction to Microsoft .NET 2003

Microsoft .NET initiative is receiving a lot of attention and Visual Studio .NET is growing rapidly in popularity. What does all this mean to the Windows and Web developer? This course will provide you with a clear understanding of .NET, its origin, ...

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Navigating Your IT Security Certifications, Part 2

At this point you should have the certifications that gets you going in the IT Security field and can provide you many fantastic opportunities. But what if you want to take it to the next level.


Navigating Your IT Security Certifications, Part 1

You don't have to read many news articles to know that Internet security is on everyone's mind.


What is Happening to Java EE?

What happened to the name? Why Jakarta EE 9 (or EE4J). Well, Oracle holds the trademark for Java so to make matters easier since Oracle was releasing control of the technology...

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