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Harper Hill Thank You Wisdom Book Spring 2019 By Harper Hill Global
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A compilation of wisdom quotes from staff and partners of Harper Hill Global. This is a thank you book to all those who made empowering the human spirit possible in the past year. Happy New Year!
IT Architect Series: The Journey: A Guidebook for Anyone Interested in IT Architecture By Melissa Palmer
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IT Architect Series: The Journey is for anyone with an interest in information technology architecture. Whether you’re a working professional or simply interested in the field, the guide... More > explains what an IT architect does, how to become one, and how to excel once you’ve established yourself. Part One—“Before We Go”—helps you develop the right mindset and find the tools you need to begin your journey to become an IT architect. Part Two—“On Our Way”—dives deeper into the core skills required to become an IT architect and why they are important. Part Three—“You’re Almost There”—focuses on gaining different types of experiences once you’ve mastered core skills. The guide also includes appendices to help you along your IT architecture journey, including a self-assessment, instructions to create your first IT architecture design, and ideas for gaining knowledge on your journey.< Less
Javascript Crash Course for Newbies and Pros By David Graham
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If you're in a hurry to learn the ins and outs of Javascript, this course will speed you through from the basics to the advanced and finer points of the language. Whether newbie or pro, there's more... More > than a thing or two that you can pick up for developing great web apps.< Less
Coding & Innovation using Microbits By Carl Lyman
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“Coding & Innovation using Microbits” is an 8 week computer science course. This course is targeted to upper elementary to middle school, grades 5-7 (ages 10-12 years). It is also... More > written for teachers who may not have a Computer Science background, or who may be teaching coding to students for the first time. The lessons are designed to introduce students to the concepts and skills of: cooperation, problem solving, coding, debugging, collaboration, presenting, etc. using physical computing in a fun and exciting learning environment using Microbits.< Less