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At A Glance: Red Hat-Certified Engineer (RHCE)

There is a variety of software programs and applications available that provide a myriad of features and business solutions. As many different applications as there are available, there are just as many companies producing and distributing these programs. Oftentimes, these programs and applications can be integral to the way a company or organization conducts its business, but they can also frequently fall short of providing all the features and services needed — and sometimes they’ll fall out of product development cycles, leaving an organization without the software support and updates it needs. The solution to these potential pitfalls that have naturally developed in the marketplace is open-source software. Open-source software allows users access to the code and development of applications and programs, allowing for updates and alterations to be made when they are needed. One provider of open-source software is Red Hat.

Red Hat provides a variety of software solutions for all types of uses and applications. In addition to software products, Red Hat also trains and certifies professionals who are capable of quickly assessing and working with the various Red Hat products and services your company interacts with. The Red Hat Certified Engineer is a mid- to high-level professional who can help you and your company implement the open-source security and networking services of different Red Hat products. These highly-skilled professionals are available to leverage their computer expertise to help you develop customized software solutions in a cost-effective and efficient way.

Mobile Development

Migrating Your iOS App to Swift 3

When Apple released the beta of the newest version of its IDE Xcode 8 in June 2016, they released a beta update of Swift 3 along with it—the newest, open-source iteration of the Swift mobile programming language. Read on to learn more about what’s new with the language, reasons why you should consider migrating now, and tips on getting started.

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October 25, 2016

Mobile Development

Helpful Tips & Best Practices for Android Developers

Many programmers will tell you that some of the biggest mistakes they’ve made have been through trial and error. Even an experienced developer can benefit from reviewing some of the best practices that Google lays out for Android projects. To help you start your Android app project off on the right foot, here are a few tips and best practices to consider.

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October 24, 2016

Web Development

Tips and Best Practices for Working With the .NET Framework

It’s not easy getting to know .NET. Not only do you have to learn the language, which is a combination of the C# and VB.NET programming languages, you also need to understand principles of object-oriented programming (OOP). Other than differences in syntax, the concepts are the same. Here are some tips to keep in mind when working in the .NET platform.

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October 21, 2016

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