IAEA Increasingly Reliant on Software Training Courses

July 4, 2016News

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll remember that we recently made a commitment to try to provide some more explicit examples of the types of positions and employers that could provide you with a useful outlet for your online information technology training. We presented this as an alternative to more general discussions … Read More

PMP Training – the First Step to the Most Lucrative IT Careers

June 27, 2016PMP Training

Last week, PC Mag published an article on a topic that should be familiar to anyone who is pursuing a career in information technology. Although the Canvas Info Tech blog has made a concerted effort to call attention to some of the non-monetary aspects of information technology careers that might make them appealing, we can’t … Read More

Information Technology Training Consultancy for Educators

June 21, 2016IT Training

It’s interesting that our previous post to this blog discussed our plans to stretch beyond the previous limitations that we’ve noticed in the topics that we deal with. That post acknowledged the need for more specific examples of employers and jobs in which one might utilize IT certifications and the skills learned from an online … Read More

Where, Specifically, Are People Using their Online IT Training?

June 13, 2016Jobs

In all the time that we have been published this blog, we have tended to place our emphasis on rather general topics. We’ve discussed the overall benefits of online information technology training, and the large-scale trends in the IT industry. Naturally, we’ve gotten specific in our efforts to highlight particularly types of training, such as … Read More

Online Information Technology Training Can Bring Down Governments

June 6, 2016News

In the time that this blog has been live, we have focused mostly on industry trends and career prospects related to online information technology training. But along the way, we have made a point of publishing a few features dealing with non-economic aspects of working in information technology. In particular, we’ve discussed the ways in … Read More

Information Technology Training Consultancy for Foreign Markets

May 24, 2016IT Training

Do you remember internet cafés? If you’re particularly young – young enough to only now be taking an interest in online information technology training consultancy – you may have no conscious memory of having seen one. In the United States, internet cafés have already become a short-lived memory of a bygone era. It was largely … Read More

Business Analyst Roles and Responsibilities in Diverse Fields

May 16, 2016News

On Monday, Forbes published an article that is likely to be relevant to people who are pursuing certain kinds of online information technology training and are interested in finding business analyst roles and responsibilities in new and interesting fields of business. The article featured an interview with Emmett Williams, the president and co-founder of MYZONE, … Read More

More Value in Agile Training than Programming Languages?

May 10, 2016Business Analyst

When looking for a career as a software developer, what should you learn first? Agile training or Python programming? Computer science or microeconomics? The answers may not be as straightforward as you think. On Tuesday, Tech Republic published an article based on an interview with the noted software development expert and Stack Overflow co-founder Joel … Read More

PMP Training: Before or After Taking on Projects?

May 2, 2016PMP Training

Last Friday, CIO published an article focusing not on any particular project management topic but rather on the general question of when and how to go about building a project management infrastructure in one’s own workplace. Interestingly, phrases like “PMP training, “agile training,” and “scrum” do not appear anywhere in the article; but of course … Read More

The Value of Real-World Agile Training

April 25, 2016Jobs

Last week, an article appeared at CIO which asked a very basic question, and one that certainly should be of interest to a major portion of the visitors to this blog: Is agile training or the coursework for a similar certification worth the price tag and the opportunity cost that goes into acquiring them? Sharon … Read More