Your resume is the key tool that employers use to decide whether to invite you to a job interview—or not. However, recruiters only spend an average of six seconds with your resume. In addition, just 2% of resumes receive a response! How do you make your resume stand out from the crowd and get invited to that all important job interview? Read More
Creating your own website and blog has never been so easy! Whether you’re new to blogging or an experienced user with some web design courses under your belt, there are many tools and platforms to help you get started!
Not sure where to begin? An easy way is with a little help from WordPress. Available in two versions, WordPress is your ultimate blogging platform to the world. Read More
In a world of constantly changing technology, Java has remained one of the software industry’s most popular programming languages for over 20 years. In fact, according to Oracle, 7 billion devices worldwide1 run Java, and it’s the number one programming language for enterprise development.
Java’s popularity means that Java developers are in great demand. Here’s why Java has stood the test of time, and why learning Java is a great choice to build your programming career.
Sheridan has partnered with Cisco, one of the largest network providers in the world, to offer the Certified Cisco Network Associate (CCNA) program through its Faculty of Continuing and Professional Studies.
We spoke with Wadih Zaatar, Area Manager for Cisco Networking Academy for Canada, to learn more about the Sheridan-Cisco partnership, and how Sheridan students can become prepared to write the Certified Cisco Network Associate exam. Read More
The three web development career areas: which one is right for you?
If you love technology, are ready to embrace a challenge and want to build the latest websites, web development may be the perfect career for you. Web development is an exciting and in-demand career area. But you may not be aware that there are three different areas of web development. What are these three areas, and which one is right for you?
Making a career change or deciding on a career direction can be overwhelming. Perhaps you’ve decided to pursue continuing education to upgrade or gain new skills. But where do you start? How do you decide on the best career for you? And what courses do you need to take to get from where you are to where you want to be?