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Everyone has heard of Microsoft, but not everyone has heard of GitHub unless you’re an open source developer. By open source, I mean the collaborative efforts of different developers to participate in the co-development of a software solution without the barriers of specific operating system and software platforms. GitHub is basically a code repository for […]

Most of us have either viewed or given a PowerPoint presentation at one time or another. PPT has been the most popular software for creating and delivering presentations on just about anything for decades. Even if you don?t work in a so-called ?white-collar? job, you probably at least have heard of PowerPoint. Most likely, you […]

VLOOKUP stands for ?vertical lookup? and its primary function is to find values in a column (vertical) and then return a corresponding value of another cell in that value?s row (horizontal). One example is if you are standing at the counter of a restaurant and you?re looking down the list of items and then looking […]

Microsoft SQL Server has been one of the most powerful and widely used relational database systems for over 20 years now. Along with Oracle and MySQL, SQL Server is one of the most widely used enterprise database management systems. Learning how to use any relational database system can help boost almost any career, but if […]

A prime example of what makes Microsoft certifications so prestigious and valuable to employers is the fact they are routinely updated to reflect current technology disciplines. These routine updates make Microsoft certifications tougher to obtain and to maintain, therefore conveying to employers one?s ability to learn new skills and remain up-to-date with the industry. To […]

Microsoft Azure has been around for several years now and most everyone in the business or technology world has at least heard of it. Most people in the business can also feel the wind shifting and sense that the next big technology revolution is close at hand. More and more networks and systems are transitioning, […]

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