• LinkedIn Learning

    From cr1mson@316:36/1 to All on Mon Aug 17 22:47:05 2020
    What's thought of about LinkedIn Learning... I've been doing courses on my
    own to learn more about computers and technical stuff as well as admin and networking. It's quite informative.

    -cr1mson

    Sincerely,
    Jon Justvig

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  • From Nelgin@nigel@sysadmininc.com to cr1mson on Wed Aug 26 12:01:58 2020
    cr1mson wrote:
    What's thought of about LinkedIn Learning... I've been doing courses on my own to learn more about computers and technical stuff as well as admin and networking. It's quite informative.

    I have access through work. They have some good stuff.
  • From Bob Roberts@316:36/39 to cr1mson on Mon Dec 7 15:26:20 2020
    What's thought of about LinkedIn Learning... I've been doing courses on my own to learn more about computers and technical stuff as well as admin and networking. It's quite informative.

    I don't mind Linked In Learning. I've done some courses. But I'm always kinda annoyed by the video format. Especially since most of the time they are just showing slides as they talk.

    I like text based / article based instruction, I guess it's just what I'm used to. To that end I enjoy Educative.io a lot. They have lots of tech course work, around DevOps, Development, System Design, etc.

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  • From Mantrid@316:77/1 to Bob Roberts on Sat Dec 12 01:44:26 2020
    Re: LinkedIn Learning
    By: Bob Roberts to cr1mson on Mon Dec 07 2020 03:26 pm

    I like text based / article based instruction, I guess it's just what I'm us to. To that end I enjoy Educative.io a lot. They have lots of tech course work, around DevOps, Development, System Design, etc.

    I much prefer text-based learning articles, both for referencing previous statements, note-taking etc, When I see an interesting topic and it's a video I just close out immediately (With IT-related research anyway, gardening or DIY etc is generally better suited to the video format)
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  • From Bob Roberts@316:36/39 to Mantrid on Sat Dec 12 13:57:47 2020
    I much prefer text-based learning articles, both for referencing previous statements, note-taking etc, When I see an interesting topic and it's a video I just close out immediately (With IT-related research anyway, gardening or DIY etc is generally better suited to the video format)

    I'm right there with you. If I'm forced to watch a YouTube video for instructional purposes I spend half my time seeking thru the video to skip to the part that I actually want.

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