Programming instructors will teach kids to build a website in just one week.
Leawood, KS. (July 11, 2016) – Geek Week at Centriq Training isn’t your typical summer camp! There won’t be the usual activities like swimming, hiking, camp fires and ghost stories. Instead, this youth technology summer camp will focus on Website Coding, Mobile Apps and Gaming Adventures. That’s why there is a waiting list for both the Middle School camp and the High School camp.
The high level of interest in Centriq’s inaugural Geek Week summer camps stems from the familiarity that Generation Z (the kids currently in Middle School and High School) has with technology. For this generation, the desire to write code, create websites and games, and develop mobile apps, is as natural as the desire to learn to read. This desire is what motivated Centriq to create Geek Week.Read More
Last week, Centriq Training held its Fourth Annual TechSmart KC Alumni Appreciation event. It was a night of great food, fun and amazing people!Read More
TechSmart KC Alumni On the Move
The following alumni have recently changed jobs … find them on LinkedIn and congratulate them! Or, if you’re looking to make a change yourself, send them a message to see if there are any other open positions at their new company.
With almost every major IT supplier and a number of high-profile startups wanting a piece of the enterprise social networks market, there are many key providers companies are using or evaluating. And, since it’s been four years since Microsoft acquired Yammer and they are still working to integrate it with Office 365, the question remains, will it become the go-to social network for enterprise companies?Read More
“Before coming to Centriq I was working as an Administrative Assistant for a moving company. While in that position, I developed my customer service skills (in person and over the phone) and learned how to prioritize and work as a member of a team. I heard about the TechSmart KC program from a friend who went through the IT Administration track and felt this was the Read More
Sometimes it can be challenging to know what IT training class you should take. In an effort to help make this process a little easier, we are sharing the popular IT training classes other IT Pros in the area have signed up for this month.
The option for Windows Server 2016 that will let enterprises and hosting providers build private clouds based on the same technology as the Azure service is now available to testers to evaluate. Some say it could bring major changes to the datacenter.Read More
Microsoft Software Assurance coverage often includes free technical training. This means your organization may have Software Assurance Training Vouchers (SATV’s) that can be used to train your IT team for free.
These training vouchers can be used to provide technical training to your IT team at no out-of-pocket cost to you. But, SATV’s do expire at the end of your customer agreement, so don’t let them go to waste.