Learning Journeys are strategically designed learning events that help develop an individual’s or organization’s skills and performance. Depending on an individual’s or team’s experience, knowledge, technology area and role, Learning Journeys list various training opportunities. A Learning Journey begins at a novice level and moves to advanced learning needs.
Build reports and analyze data: As a report author, you are responsible for creating reports for a variety of audiences. Use this journey to develop your skills to build simple reports to complex reports, and learn how to create active reports which are available offline from the enterprise data source. Job Role / Skills : IT Services
Build Data Models, Cubes, Scorecards: As a developer, you are responsible for designing metadata models for your organization to access, build reports based on the models, and then analyze. Use this journey to develop your skills in designing models using OLAP cubes, Dynamic Cubes, or relational data sources, and continue your development to design Scorecards.
This series of e-learning courses, delivered in video format, take the student thru authoring reports, creating dashboards, organizing data into modules and finally using Framework Manager to create sophisticated data modules.
Java is one of the most popular programming languages in use today. With LearnQuest's Core Java Curriculum, you'll build your core java skills including Micro Services, REST, and database access. Then you can choose the Spring Framework and/or Web Development Learning Journies to continue building your skills.
Mainframe Application Developers create and support computer code used in the organization’s mainframe systems to perform business functions. This includes assisting with the design, coding, and testing of computer programs, analyzing and resolving programming issues, and supporting the business to ensure application programs work as required. Mainframe Application Developers are found in a variety of industries including but not limited to Heath Care, Insurance, Retail, Transportation, etc.
System/Computer Operators oversee the systems ensuring all computers are running correctly. This role monitors and controls system console messages, processes and resolves job processing problems, performs system backups, maintains peripheral devices and performs disaster recovery procedures. This role commonly functions within a Data Center.
Systems Programmers program computer system software, including, but not limited to installing and maintaining the system software, managing the installation, performing overall maintenance, tuning and resolving problems regarding the operating system. The systems programmer provides software and software platforms and administers IBM Mainframes.