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  • eek
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    Originally posted by maxthecontractor
    Not sure if resources from inbound marketing are useful but I've been taking a look at sales as a whole if ever I will start a business. Been taking courses on HubSpot Academy to expand my knowledge about sales automation (this is a relatively new term so for more information about automation you can read more about it on elsewhere) inbound marketing (something you should definitely look into if you want leads to come in, and the sales pipeline in general.

    Here's the link of the course: https://academy.hub-spot.com/courses/inbound-sales
    Don't trust marketing automation - the best rule of sales is to disqualify early so you focus on the people who are likely to spend money with you as you are fixing one of their current biggest issues.

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  • ladymuck
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    Not sure how useful / good these are but Purple Griffon training have some free quizzes for a variety of different certifications that may be of interest to people who want to get an idea of maybe the language used in exams, or what sort of things they ask about:

    https://purplegriffon.com/quizzes

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  • BigDataPro
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    A Cloud Guru an online cloud course provider is offering selected courses on Azure, AWS, GCP for free until end of February.

    Here is the link if anyone is interested:

    https://acloudguru.com/blog/news/wha...-february-2021

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  • BigDataPro
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    Pluralsight is offering 40% discount if any one is interested

    Save 40% on Pluralsight

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  • woohoo
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    Free books...

    Free Books for Learning and Getting Started with Cloud-Native .NET Apps - Scott Hanselman

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by CheeseSlice View Post
    Can anyone recommend an ITIL v4 Foundation online training course? One of those self-paced courses would be good, but needs to be decent with videos etc.

    Has anyone tried the Knowledge Academy online courses? Some heavy discounts at the mo. I've only tried their classroom training before so its a bit of an unknown to me.

    Cheers
    I've just signed up for this. I've used ILX courses before and found them to be quite decent.

    ITIL 4 Foundation Online with Exam | E-Learning from ILX Group

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  • CheeseSlice
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    Can anyone recommend an ITIL v4 Foundation online training course? One of those self-paced courses would be good, but needs to be decent with videos etc.

    Has anyone tried the Knowledge Academy online courses? Some heavy discounts at the mo. I've only tried their classroom training before so its a bit of an unknown to me.

    Cheers

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  • Spoiler
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    Originally posted by hairymouse View Post
    Get him a BBC microbit kit for about £20, it will make it a lot more fun to learn the basics.

    BBC micro:bit Starter Kit — Cool Components

    I've taught kids Python with these and it was big success.
    Thanks - they've a birthday soon, so that's a present sorted

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  • eek
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    A list of free (either free or free via discount vouchers) Udemy courses can be found here A list of nearly all free Udemy courses including vouchers - hotukdeals including some python ones.

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  • hairymouse
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    Get him a BBC microbit kit for about £20, it will make it a lot more fun to learn the basics.

    BBC micro:bit Starter Kit — Cool Components

    I've taught kids Python with these and it was big success.

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  • Spoiler
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    Looks good, thanks

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by Spoiler View Post
    My kid (in year 7) wants to learn the basics of Python, as it's something they will be covering soon.
    I'm not paying for CodeAcademy, as they'll be bored and onto something else next week (a bit like the guitar that got a few days play and then stuck in the cupboard)

    Microsoft Learn has an Introduction to Python course, ~1hr, plus a follow-on. Looks like that'll do, but wondered if there's anything else out there worth looking at ?

    Cheers.
    Top 5 Free Python Courses for Beginners to Learn Online - Best of Lot | Java67

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  • Spoiler
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    Free Python courses ?

    My kid (in year 7) wants to learn the basics of Python, as it's something they will be covering soon.
    I'm not paying for CodeAcademy, as they'll be bored and onto something else next week (a bit like the guitar that got a few days play and then stuck in the cupboard)

    Microsoft Learn has an Introduction to Python course, ~1hr, plus a follow-on. Looks like that'll do, but wondered if there's anything else out there worth looking at ?

    Cheers.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    Pluralsight have a black friday discount running at the moment. Got a years subscription for 145£
    If like me your Pluralsight renews automatically at full price. Email support stating you want to cancel your subscription because of the offer.

    They will refund you the difference. Done this twice now.

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  • BigDataPro
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    I am learning Docker at Learn Docker!

    It's free. Very well produced and presented. Each step is a gentle increment and doesn't overwhelm newbie like me.

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