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My New Year Resolutions for 2019 [ January 2nd, 2019 ] Posted in » imDavidLee Life, News & Announcement

The end of the year is a time of reflection and being grateful for what you have. It’s time to think about how you can be better. Be the change if you want to make you stronger.

1. Cut Down on Seminar Time. Earn More.

I do feel like my life is ruled a little too much by attending seminars and workshops. Committing to a few seminar-free hours each day might be exactly what I need to break my addiction. Cut down on seminar to make more time for earning extra income instead of wasting most valuable time doing low value work.

Earn More: Even billionaires are often looking for ways to earn more income, and we common folk can definitely use an additional income stream to make our life a bit more comfortable.

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FREE Training with Microsoft Virtual Academy

There are many opportunities for getting the certification, but some of them can be very expensive. In these current economic times, budget cuts have become the norm, and companies’ training budget is always one of the first things to go. It’s understandable that Microsoft training classes tend to be costly. Therefore, I was trying hard to look for other training options.

Believe it or not, Microsoft actually offers training through the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) for FREE. MVA is a cloud-based training portal. If not mistaken, it was the first put in place to equip IT experts with training on Microsoft’s cloud based technologies. Besides that, you don’t have to meet any criteria to take part in this training. The courses and its vast resources are freely available to anyone!

Once you have registered you can signed into the MVA to make a selection on the technical track. A track can be best described as an area of study. For instance, some of the available tracks are Microsoft Azure Developer Camp: Build a Cloud-Native App, Office 365 for Developer, HTML5.

The other good point is Microsoft does not limit the amount of FREE training that you can attend. You can do it as many as you like. There is also no obligation to complete the track before starting another.

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