Be Somebody New: LinkedIn Learning Opens Up their Courses for 1 week
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On LinkedIn's blog there is a quote "Learning means growing." Here's your chance to grow. LinkedIn announced last Friday that they are opening their coffers for one week to show you the breadth of LinkedIn Learning. On September 22, LinkedIn announced they finally pulled the Lynda.com library of online training courses into its main service. Lynda.com, now LinkedIn Studios, is still based in Carpenteria and still going strong.
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LinkedIn Learning is available to all of LinkedIn’s premium subscribers. But honestly a lot of this came from the Lynda.com merger and now the strategy of the acquisition is coming to bear the fruit. In the past, Lynda.com was always opening up their treasure trove as a way to build their user base. Now you can benefit from LinkedIn's strategy of building the foundation for Education 4.0.Check it out here.
Casual Connect USA Starts Today Casual Connect USA Starts Today The 2016 Casual Connect USA opens today in San Francisco. Casual Connect USA is about matching the creativity of the games industry with new media innovation and investment. There will be many talented speakers at Casual Connect USA 2016, and today we’re highlighting some of the Industry Insights track speakers . The Nerd Stalker team will be learning the inner workings and current trends of the games industry from those who know it best and will be reporting on this later. The Industry Insights track is designed to help people in all aspects of the gaming industry create more potent strategies with global and region-specific insights. Check them out below!
IoT Growth Hurdles Raised by Security, Software Interoperability amongst others Our friends at NJIT, aka New Jersey Institute of Technology, put together the following infographic on what the beginning of the next decade will look like for IoT. As the infographic state, 1.9 billion devices are connected today. But, in a recent Entrepreneur article " what could be limiting IoT growth will be Security and Software Interoperability ." As pointed in the infographic below, Security, Lack of Interoperatbility, Massive Data, Wireless Connectivity Costs, and Power Consumption are some of the hurdles that need to be solved in the coming decade. However, there will still be use cases driving IoT. For example, current use cases amongst municipalities will be through utilities and traffic. CIO of San Francisco, Mario Gamiño predicted that " Edge Computing ", putting algorithms into local devices, could drive IoT in cities in the area of transportation. The McKinsey Globa
On Wednesday, March 6 , Notion released a host of new features to make it easier for Evernote users to switch over. This is a trend Notion has been observing since launching the 2.0 version of its all-in-one note-taking, wiki, and task management tool last spring. Now, if you want to migrate your data from Evernote to Notion, you can do so in just a few clicks: In addition to this feature, Notion also launched its own Web Clipper , allowing users to save any content on the web to their Notion workspace. This is available on both desktop with a Chrome extension (Safari and Firefox support to follow soon), and on mobile if you upgrade your iOS or Android app. Here's how it looks on Android: On mobile, you can also use this tool to save photos from your phone to your Notion workspace. These features, combined with Notion's ability to sync across apps on unlimited devices, makes it an appealing alternative to Evernote. The company i