Learning paths help you know which courses to take in which particular order, so that you can work toward specific learning goals.
Improving your work skills is a great way to turn your job into a lifelong career. Here are some courses that can help you get on the right track.
Finding that perfect new job requires a bit more than a fresh resume and a positive attitude (though these things certainly help). Check out this list of courses to make sure you’re on the right track to landing the job that’s right for you.
Getting that great new job is just the first step. Once you’re officially a new hire, you’ll need to integrate yourself into the company, start being productive and begin proving your value to your new team. This list of courses can help.
This learning path will help you with the entry-level skills and knowledge needed to secure a network and manage security risks.
We’ve rounded up all the courses you’ll need to learn the ins-and-outs of Scrum, an Agile framework targeted toward complex software development projects.
This series focuses on proficiency in developing SharePoint 2013 solutions including farms, apps and search among other topics.
While committing to the first version of the iOS development kit was a bit of a risk, it’s plain good sense to learn iOS development today. Here’s a list of courses to get you started.
This 11-course series on Data Center Virtualization will help you prepare for VMware’s VCP6-DCV certification.
Looking to level up on your PowerShell skills? We’ve got a list of short courses to help you quickly pick up new tips and tricks.
Need to get a firm handle on VMware certification? Look no further than the eight courses listed here.
The six courses listed here will help you prepare for Microsoft’s 70-534 exam, which is intended to help gauge your skill at architecting Azure-based solutions.
The Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) Security track is a grueling, four-exam journey that requires a ton of knowledge. Check here for everything you’ll need to know.
CompTIA’s Network+ exam has long been recognized as a way for newcomers to verify their understanding of core networking concepts, operations and procedures. Here are the six courses you’ll need in order to pass.
For many, this credential is considered the core Cisco certification. It’s a complex track, requiring you to pass separate exams on routing, switching and troubleshooting. Check here regularly for updates on new courses.
In April 2015, ISC2 revised the objectives to the SSCP. As a result, we’re completely revamping our coverage of this material. You’ll now find eight different courses, with each one addressing a specific functional domain. Check here for the full listing.
The courses in this learning path focus on the skills needed to implement Operating System Deployment to Windows devices, including Lite Touch and Zero Touch deployment.
In one of our most highly anticipated course series releases – actually THE most anticipated – we bring to you this 20-course series on Ethical Hacking. Enjoy!
This learning path will equip you with a solid foundation in Android, including working with Android Studio, using location-based services in your apps, and much more.
This learning path will take you from zero to 60 in C++ in just 10 courses. You’ll start with the basics and move all the way up to advanced C++ topics.
The courses in this learning path offer an introduction to TFS and its features, including application lifecycle management, version control and deploying TFS to Microsoft Azure.