Best Microsoft Azure certifications for a career in cloud computing

The world of technology keeps evolving drastically every day. An IT professional must stay updated to catch the latest opportunity before their competitors. Azure certifications are a gateway to excellent job openings in significant and reputable corporations. According to an IDC report, cloud computing will grow to become a $500 billion industry by 2023. Therefore, becoming a Microsoft certified professional is going to offer an edge in the IT industry.

Why Are Azure Certifications In Demand?

Microsoft created a cloud computing service released in the year 2010, known...

CISM vs. CISSP Certification: Which One is Best for You?

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Posted: Fri, 05/07/2021 - 6:27pm

This is the right time to become CISM or CISSP certified, or have any Cybersecurity certification: According to Gartner, the unemployment rate for Cybersecurity professionals is zero - like there is not the unemployment rate. In fact, there are more jobs than candidates who qualify, and post jobs remain open for a long time.

CISM and CISSP are the two most respected certifications for leaders and Cybersecurity practitioners, but their requirements are not trivial. Both need an investment of time and significant money - so it's important to determine which is right for you. Look...

Nine young SW teams in the final 40 of the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize for young inventors and innovators

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Posted: Wed, 04/28/2021 - 11:11pm

Nine teams of young people across Devon and Somerset have made it to the national finals of the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize this year. This includes five different teams from Churston Ferrers Grammar School near Brixham – a record in the prize’s history.

The Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize, delivered by Nesta Challenges, pairs entrepreneurial skills not usually taught in the classroom with the STEM curriculum to encourage young innovators from across the UK aged 11-16 to create tech solutions to the big challenges of our time - such as climate change, healthy living, ageing...

Children from the school experimenting with a foil 'volcano'

Broadclyst Community Primary School awarded Primary Science Quality Mark

Broadclyst Community Primary School has been announced as one of 334 infant, junior, primary, middle and special schools awarded a Primary Science Quality Mark in April 2021. This is in celebration of its commitment to excellence in science teaching and learning.

The project to improve science across the school has been led by Michael Kimber, Professional Development & Science Learning Partnership Lead, and year 6 teacher James Beevor, and it involved all the children from reception upwards. Michael explains: “It has influenced everything from policy to how we teach in the...

Have your say about lockdown learning in major new survey

Have your say about lockdown learning in major new survey of Exeter families and teachers

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Posted: Mon, 04/26/2021 - 6:12am

Parents, children and teachers in Exeter are being asked to share their experiences of lockdown learning as part of a new survey.

Experts hope the research will help them develop new support for pupils in the city this summer to help their wellbeing and education.

The study, led by Professor Justin Dillon from the University of Exeter’s Graduate School of Education, will shed light on the impact of coronavirus lockdowns and changes to schooling over the last year on Exeter children, their parents and teachers in the EX1-4 postcodes.

The anonymous survey is open...

Exeter school makes nationwide Cyber Security Challenge final

The Maynard School's CyberCenturion VII team make it through to national finals

Students at The Maynard School in Exeter have won a coveted place in the final of a nationwide cyber security challenge.

CyberCenturion VII is a competition open to students aged 12-18 in the UK and British Overseas Territories, giving secondary school pupils the opportunity to develop their cyber security skills and put them to the test via a series of technical/network challenges.

The virtual final on 29 April 2021 will see 6 finalist teams compete for an all-expenses paid trip to the US...

Exeter ranked 63rd in the world in Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 

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Posted: Wed, 04/21/2021 - 10:48pm

The University of Exeter’s commitment to sustainability and tackling inequality on the global stage has been recognised in the latest influential rankings.

The University has been ranked 63rd in the world in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings , released today (April 21st 2021).

The rankings, established in 2019, measure universities’ overall impact through their work in meeting the United Nations’ 17 sustainable development goals.

The overall ranking is produced based on institutions’ data for SDG 17: Partnership for the Goals, plus their...

Professor John Newton takes up new chair at University of Exeter

National public health leader takes up new role at University of Exeter

Professor John Newton takes up new chair at University of Exeter

Professor John Newton, Director of Health Improvement at Public Health England (PHE), has been appointed to a new chair in public health and epidemiology in the university’s College of Medicine and Health. This appointment will be part time for one day a week, as John continues in his PHE role.

The news further strengthens John’s relationship with Exeter.

He has a research interest in descriptive epidemiology and precision public health and has held an Honorary Professorship in Public Health and...

Development of a child in a preschool in Singapore

The child's performance in school and college directly depends on the preschool preparation. When children are taught the love for learning from early ages, they tend to perform better at higher education levels and become skilled professionals in their adult life. Singapore elite preschool institutions have gone much further in the learning aspect, creating comprehensive schedules to help little ones develop their self-confidence, creativity, social and thinking abilities, emotional intelligence and motor skills. Find below the highlights of the development of a child in a preschool in...

How to achieve CFA Level 3 in 5 clear steps

Becoming a certified Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level 3 is a major achievement and no easy feat. It takes a lot of work and study. The list of steps on how to achieve a CFA Level 3 is not very extensive but it requires a lot of work. It is not impossible but the entire process needs to be taken seriously. Out of all the students that take the Level 1 exam, around 49% pass. Out of that 49%, around 55% the Level 2 while Level 3 is around 56% of that.

Step #1: Pass the CFA Level 1 exam

The first step to achieving CFA Level 3 is to pass the previous levels. You cannot...

How can a tutor help in achieving your academic goals?

Authored by Liv Butler
Posted: Thu, 04/15/2021 - 6:58am

If you are a student and need help to pass your exams or do well in your academic work, there are many ways a personal tutor can help you. The fact that we all learn at different paces and take different ways to understand concepts, there is a need for some students to hire personal tutors. Sometimes the teachers may have to contend with such a big class that they do not give personal attention to the various needs of the various students. So, what are your personal academic goals? Do you think a private tutor can help you achieve such goals? Well, our friends who provide tutoring in...
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