A skilled data analyst adds a number of benefits to his organization which include helping companies to use their marketing budget with the maximum outcome, identifying the major trends, bringing awareness regarding the habits of potential buyers, and much more. Being a certified Data Analyst will be an add-on for enhanced career prospects. So, kick-start your prep for CIW Data Analyst: 1D0-622 certification exam with CIW Data Analyst course. The course focuses on the objectives covered in the 1D0-622 exam and provides skills to identify typical sources of institutional knowledge, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications, inventory management systems, transaction data, social media, marketing sources, industry systems; compare and contrast structured and unstructured data in order to summarize how data can drive business decisions; specific tactics for working with cloud-based data and much more.

You will get 7+ lessons, 100+ quizzes, 77+ flashcards, 2+ test-prep, and much more in the CIW Data Analyst course.

CIW Data Analyst exam is a vendor-neutral credential designed for IT, marketing professionals, graphic artists, and website designers. The exam tests the competency of the individual to identify typical sources of institutional knowledge, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications, transaction data, social media, marketing sources; compare and contrast structured and unstructured data, deploy specific tactics for working with cloud-based data, including cloud-native data, migrate data to or from the cloud, summarize ways that data is used to drive business decisions, and so on.

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We just released simulator (uCertify Lab) for CompTIA HIT-001 (Health Care Technician) exam. The certification course covers the knowledge and skills required to implement, deploy, and support healthcare IT systems in U.S. clinical setting. The exam is intended for IT professionals who are CompTIA A+ certified or have 500 hours of hands-on IT technical experience in the field, plus the knowledge/skills necessary in clinical setting.

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Certifications play a vital role in determining an individual’s salary. 2013 is looking to be a great year for IT professionals. The nature of IT is to stay ahead of the curve in all things related to technology. Today, the expectation is that IT professionals will have a measure of capability, if not proficiency, in everything from wireless networking and security to mobile app development and maintaining a cloud-based infrastructure. Extending your expertise into new areas demonstrates that as an IT professional, you can manage the complex changes taking place today in technology and that you are up to the challenge.


Here, we take a look at few certifications with the highest earning potential.


1. Project Management Professional (PMP):

The PMI-PMP certification is an industry recognized vendor neutral credential. The PMI PMP Certification (Project Management Professional) is one of the most popular certifications today. The PMP exam recognizes demonstrated knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results within the constraints of schedule, budget, and resources. PMP PMI’s certification provides experienced individuals the skills and abilities to manage large projects with critical paths, critical dates, available resources, and track the progress of the project from inception to completion, on time without cost overruns.


2. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP):

The CISSP certification is an advanced-level certification specially meant for IT security professionals who have a minimum of five years of professional experience (effective Jan 1st 2012) in the field of information security. The prerequisite for the ISC2 CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) certifications is five years of professional work experience as an IT professional, but in a different domain. The certification is proof of a person’s competence in defining the architecture, design, management and security of business environments.


3. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA):

The CCNA certification is the novice certification, i.e., the entry level. It is a pre-requisite for all the advanced level Cisco certifications such as CCNP and CCIE.  It validates the skills of networking professionals to install, configure and troubleshoot routed and switched networks. CCNA Certified professionals are capable of implementing and verifying connections to remote sites in a WAN. They also have basic knowledge on security issues, Wireless networking and performance-based skills.

You can choose either of the two paths for becoming CCNA:


4. Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA):

The Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) certification is considered the foundation-level enterprise Wi-Fi certification for the Certified Wireless Network Professional program and it also acts as a gateway to more senior credentials. As an increasing number of users view wireless connectivity as basic infrastructure and not as an extra bonus, the need for wireless management capability will continue to grow.  It is believed that the candidates should have a basic understanding and fundamental knowledge of information technology. The Certified Wireless Networking Administration certification exam is a standalone certification from CWNP with the exam code PW0-104. Its upgraded version is PW0-105.


5.  Strata Green IT:

The CompTIA‘s Strata Green IT certificate is designed to enhance an IT professional’s experience, knowledge, and existing IT credentials to incorporate emerging technologies shaping the global green IT industry today. IT professionals that pass the Strata Green IT exam validate that they have the aptitude needed to effectively implement and measure Green IT programs and investments.

The certification requires you to pass only one exam:

Q. What are the prerequisites for the 1D0-525 exam?

A. The prerequisites for a candidate appearing for the 1D0-525 exam are as follows:

  • CIW Certification Agreement: It is a simple online agreement that is to be fulfilled only once. It is necessary for CIW Certification Central to send the certificates to the candidates who have passed the exam. For the online agreement, the candidate will have to fill a form to provide his/her details.
  • CIW Associate certificate: Before appearing for the 1D0-525 exam, the candidate has to pass 1D0-410 Foundations or CIW v5 Foundations 1D0-510 exams in order to get CIW Professional and Master CIW Enterprise Developer certification.
  • In order to get Master CIW Designer certification, the candidate is required to pass CIW Site Designer 1D0-420 or CIW v5 Site Designer 1D0-520.

Q. What are the objectives of the exam?

A. Visit the following link to view the objectives of the 1D0-525 exam:
Objectives

Q. What is the exam fee?

A. The exam fee for 1D0-525 is approximately US$125. The fee is to be paid at the time of registration through credit card, check, or voucher. After the payment has been made, a candidate can schedule his exam date and time.
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The CIW test 1D0-435 is intended to certify users for the JavaScript Fundamentals. The test is designed to check your ability to use the JavaScript syntax. It requires you to have a good knowledge of the JavaScript language and the ability to write code for making interactive Web pages. Before taking the 1D0-435 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Create and manage variables.
  2. Test the scope of variables.
  3. Use different types of JavaScript operators (Arithmetic, Assignment, Comparison etc.)
  4. Use decision-making with the help of the if and switch statements.
  5. Use different kinds of loops (for, while, and do-while).
  6. Create and invoke functions.
  7. Use comments.
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Q. What are the prerequisites for the CIW Security Professional (1D0-470) exam?

A. There is no prerequisite for the CIW Security Professional (1D0-470) exam. However, it is recommended that candidates take the CIW Foundations (1D0-510) exam prior to taking the CIW Security Professional exam.

Q. What are the objectives of the exam?

A. Visit the following link to view the objectives of the 1D0-470 exam: Objectives

Q. What is the exam fee?

A. The exam fee for 1D0-470 is approximately US$125. The fee is to be paid at the time of registration through credit card, check, or voucher. After the payment has been made, a candidate can schedule his exam date and time.
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The CIW test 1D0-510 is intended to certify users who have prior experience using the Internet on a personal computer running the Microsoft Windows or UNIX/Linux operating systems. The CIW test 1D0-510 covers a range of Internet technologies. Before taking the 1D0-510 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Install hardware and software component on a computer to connect to the Internet.
  2. Install and configure Internet communication protocols on a comuputer.
  3. Use e-mail clients to send simple messages and files to other Internet users.
  4. Use additional networking and Internet services.
  5. Configure user customization features in Web browsers, including: preferences, caching, cookies.
  6. Use different types of Web search engines.
  7. Transfer text and binary files using popular Internet services.
  8. Recognize essential database concepts.
  9. Identify steps in the Web site planning and development process.
  10. Create a Web page and add images in the Web page.
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Site Development Foundations

  • The ALIGN attribute of the IMG tag specifies the alignment of an object with the adjacent text. If no alignment is specified for the image, it is left aligned, by default, and the related text appears to the right of the image.
  • Animated Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is a type of GIF image that can be animated by combining several images into a single GIF file.
  • Joint Photographic Expert Group (JPEG) is a file format preferred for photographic images. A color JPEG image stores 24 bits per pixel.
  • Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is the most common file format for images used on Web pages.
  • Portable Network Graphics (PNG) is a file format for the lossless, portable, well-compressed storage of raster images. PNG files can store colors with 8, 24, or 48 bits per pixel and gray scales with 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16 bits per pixel.
  • The A HREF tag is used to create a link to a Web page.
  • Each HTML tag in an HTML document is represented as an element object.
  • The A tag is used with an HREF parameter, representing the target Universal Resource Locater (URL) for the hyperlink.
  • The BMP and TIFF image file formats are not supported by most of the Internet browsers.
  • Block-level tag is an HTML element that affects an entire paragraph. Paragraph or a block quote is an example of a block-level tag.
  • Attributes describe certain aspects of an element that decide how the content is displayed in browser. Each element used in HTML has certain attributes associated with it.
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Introduction to JavaScript

  • VBScript is another scripting language that uses Visual Basic code for writing scripts.
  • ECMA approved JavaScript as an international standard in 1997.
  • The Microsoft version of JavaScript is known as JScript.
  • JavaScript is the first scripting language used for a browser.
  • The old name of JavaScript is LiveScript.
  • CGI was used to validate forms when JavaScript was not developed.
  • JavaScript is the default scripting language of Netscape Navigator.
  • If the language attribute is not defined, Netscape Navigator uses JavaScript as the default scripting language.
  • Netscape develops the JavaScript language.
  • A property is an attribute of an object used to change the style of the object.
  • Every property has a value that changes the style of an object.
  • JavaScript is interpreted at runtime. The script is not compiled.
  • The comment tag is used to hide the script from the non-scriptable browsers.
  • The <script>…<script> tag is used to insert scripts in a Web page.
  • An HTML document can contain any number of <script>…<script> tag
  • A variable declared inside the <script>…<script> tag but outside any function is known as global variable and can be accessed from any function within the <script tag>.
  • The increment (++) operator is used to increment the value of a variable by one.
  • Instantiation is a process of creating copies of different objects.

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E-Commerce Site Development

  • MIME stands for Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions. It is a standard for multi-part, multimedia electronic mail messages and World Wide Web hypertext documents on the Internet.
  • The number of hits per page will help you rank the Web pages in your site according to their popularity. The number of hits per page denotes the number of clicks on that particular page. The more the number of hits, the more popular is the page.
  • Electronic commerce (E-Commerce) includes the buying and selling of goods and services, and the transfer of funds, through digital communications.
  • E-Commerce increases efficiency, opens new markets, and can be used to communicate directly with the customer.
  • A Web site that is created should be efficient and easy to use. This is the main idea behind usability.
  • AutoComplete is a feature of a browser in which the user is provided with the options he has previously used.
  • The integration that can be used to manage data, security, etc., for the sales of goods and services conducted through the Internet is known as e-commerce.
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