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Free E-Learning: Introduction to Managed Self-Service BI with SQL Server 2008 R2

Posted by Rubel Khan on July 18, 2010

This two-hour clinic explores the capabilities of Introduction to Managed Self-Service BI with SQL Server 2008 R2.

This clinic covers the following topics:

  • Self-service Analysis
  • Self-service Report Authoring
  • Enhancing Report Visualization
  • Managed Self-service BI

Users of this collection should have a basic understanding of SQL Server Business Intelligence.

Clinic 10334: Introduction to Managed Self-Service BI with SQL Server 2008 R2

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Five tips for successful online training By Mark Cox

Posted by Rubel Khan on July 9, 2010

To help those just making the transition from classroom to online, or even setting up trainings for the first time, Citrix Online, a division of Citrix Systems, Inc., has put together some key tips.

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Free 7 Day Trial from Lynda.com

Posted by Rubel Khan on August 1, 2009

lynda.com is an award-winning provider of educational materials, including Hands-On Training™ instructional books, the Online Training Library®, CD- and DVD-based video training, and events for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists.

The lynda.com Online Training Library® and CD-ROM courses include such subjects as Photoshop, Flash, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Office, digital photography, Web design, digital video, and many others. lynda.com’s all-star team of trainers and teachers provides comprehensive and unbiased movie-based training to an international membership of tens of thousands of subscribers. Considering the speed at which technology evolves, the Online Training Library® is a great solution for keeping your skills current.

http://www.lynda.com/promo/freepass/Default.aspx?lpk35=197

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One week only: 25 Percent Discount on Microsoft Press E-Reference Libraries!

Posted by Rubel Khan on July 16, 2009

Here are serious savings:

The Microsoft Press E-Reference Libraries are a premium online collection of Microsoft Press books, along with a powerful search tool to quickly find the answer, code snippet, or troubleshooting tip that you need. Customize your library with your own bookmarks and notes, and download selected chapters for offline reading. All libraries are a 12-month subscription service.
 

There are four E-Reference Libraries:

Complete Library   Content from Microsoft Press books across Microsoft products and technologies, as well as a wide variety of audiences and levels. More than 600 books are included. Promotional price: $187.50. Discount code: EREFCOMPLETEC

IT Professional Library   Focused on network and system administration topics with over 100 books included. Leading series such as Resource Kit, Administrator’s Companion, Administrator’s Pocket Consultant, and more. Promotional price: $112.50. Discount code: EREFPROC

Developer Library   Content from over 100 books on programming/software development, architecture, testing, security, and other topics. Also includes highly acclaimed expert authors such as Steve McConnell, Charles Petzold, Michael Howard, Dino Esposito, and others. Promotional price: $112.50. Discount code: EREFDEVC

Desktop Library   Focused on topics for business and home users: Office applications, the Windows client operating system, and general business skills. Includes content from over 80 titles, and includes top series such as Step by Step, Inside Out, and Plain and Simple. Promotional price: $37.50. Discount code: EREFDESKC

Use the promotional codes above to receive your 25 percent discount when purchasing the library(ies) of your choice. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/learning/books/ereference to take advantage of this offer. And to learn more about what the E-Reference Library can do for you, check out the demo there (click “Watch an E-Reference Library demo video” in the right column).

This offer ends on Thursday, July 23, 2009!

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Free Microsoft Learning Resources

Posted by Rubel Khan on July 13, 2009

  • Clinic 3402: ASP.NET for PHP Developers: Introduction to ASP.NET
  • Clinic 6258: New Features Of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
  • Collection 5934: Introducing Windows Server 2008
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    Podcast – IT Training and Certification – Episode 1

    Posted by Rubel Khan on July 7, 2009

    http://www.archive.org/flow/flowplayer.commercial-3.2.1.swf

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    Tips & Tricks (Streaming videos for the 2007 Microsoft Office system)

    Posted by Rubel Khan on June 23, 2009

    Discover all that the 2007 Microsoft Office system can do for you.

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    Tips & Tricks (Learn Microsoft Office Access 2007 basics in less than 10 minutes)

    Posted by Rubel Khan on June 23, 2009

    Master the basics of Microsoft Office Access 2007 in 10 minutes.

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    Tips & Tricks (Managing your notes with Microsoft Office OneNote 2007)

    Posted by Rubel Khan on June 23, 2009

    See how Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 helps reorganize your content like a notebook.

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    What and where is the Microsoft Office Button?

    Posted by Rubel Khan on June 19, 2009

    The user interface has been significantly redesigned in the following 2007 Microsoft Office system programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook (in the composing and reading windows).

      Where is the Office Button located?

      What do I see when I click the Office Button?

      Where is the Options command?

      Why does the Office Button blink?

      How do I customize the list of recently used files?

      When do I see the Office Button in Outlook?

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