In partnership with tech training provider PluralSight, CIO.com offers a free online course to help you learn about the bad things that can happen in tech careers and how to avoid, overcome or survive them.
By CIO.com staff
Having a career in high tech is awesome. You get to work with and be part of creating new technology. You get to solve problems and help make the world a better place. You get to work with smart and interesting people. And the money is good. But there’s a dark side to technology careers as well, a side they don’t teach in school. There are tricks and traps that are rarely discussed, that you learn about over time and sometimes the hard way. You’ll learn about such things in this course.
In partnership with PluralSight, CIO presents a free five-part course, “The Dark Side of Technology Careers,” created by author, software developer and speaker Dan Appleman.
[ Click here to sign up for a free five-part course on The Dark Side of Technology Careers, presented by Pluralsight and CIO. ]
Appleman is currently the CTO of Full Circle CRM and the founder and CEO of Desaware Inc. In less than three hours, you’ll learn what bad things can happen in tech careers. You will learn how recognizing them ahead of time can help you avoid them, overcome them, and if necessary, survive them. This is one of the most popular courses on PluralSight and we’re offering it free of charge.
To take “The Dark Side of Technology Careers,” you’ll need to provide your name and email address, with no obligation or fee. We think you’ll find this course a valuable resource for your career success.
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