Category: Events

Bloom’s Taxonomy

  This week’s article comes from our partners at Bloom’s taxonomy Bloom’s taxonomy is a set of three hierarchical models used to classify educational learning objectives into levels of… It’s a hierarchy that consists of different levels of mastery

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The Value of IT Certifications

The following article is from our friends at Tombolo Institute to support folks looking to upskill their careers. As IT leaders scramble to close the skills gaps within their organizations, hiring candidates with the right IT certifications is becoming increasingly

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How to Focus to Achieve Your 2020 Resolutions

This week’s post comes from our partner LiquidPlanner.   In today’s overflow of media and the latest information, it can be easy to get distracted and even overwhelmed on a daily basis. Productivity is key to achieving the resolutions you

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Taking a Hard Look at Soft Skills in the Tech Industry

This week’s article was originally published here by our partners at the Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College. As U.S. technology companies began to expand into global markets and build multicultural teams, they came to realize that having employees with good

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Top 5 Simple Time Management Tips

This has been a crazy year. Maybe the craziest in our lifetimes. I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling like we keep getting tossed back and forth. Time seems to be bouncing from fast forward to pause inside a

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Do You Suffer From Shadow AI?

By Tony Paikeday, Senior Director of AI Systems, NVIDIA; and Holland Barry, Senior Vice President and Field CTO, Cyxtera In a session with members of New Tech Northwest on August 25, 2020, we will focus on the unique situation many

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Choosing a Business Entity When Forming Your Company

Whether hustle grows during uncertain times, or necessity throws us on to new paths, some of the most successful businesses in history started during bad economic times. Opportunity can be found in most situations including in COVID times. When you

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