Merry Christmas from

December 25, 2015 at 7:13 pm

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Merry Christmas everyone. I hope you are looking forward to the new year and the exciting Information Technology subjects we all get to study!

If you have plenty of time over this holiday season like I do – perhaps you might watch a Nugget or two from the new and in progress courses at CBT Nuggets!

  • What’s New in Office 2016
  • PowerShell 4 Foundations
  • PMI Agile Certified Practitioner
  • Cisco CCNA Security
  • Cisco CCDA
  • Cisco CCNA Collaboration
  • Linux LPI LPIC-2
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Palo Alto Networks Firewall
  • ReactJS

You can find all of these titles here!  

Whether you study or not…have a wonderful day!

What’s New in the New CCNA Security?

November 29, 2015 at 2:06 am

I cannot wait for this. Keith Barker is going to walk us through what is all new and exciting in this important updated Certification from Cisco Systems.


Mark your calendar and check out his “CCNA Security: What’s New?” webinar!

During this 30-minute webinar, enjoy a discussion of the revamped exam and newly added topics.

What: “CCNA Security: What’s New?” webinar featuring Keith Barker

When: 10 a.m. Pacific Time Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015

Register here.

P.S. Check out more of the security training options at CBT Nuggets!

Watching CBT Nuggets on your Computer – Pop Out your Player!

November 18, 2015 at 4:17 am

That’s right, here at CBT Nuggets we have implemented a new feature that is killer, and you might just have missed it. You can now Pop Out the Nugget player. This allows you to do whatever you like with that new window. Maximize it, send it to another monitor, make it really small – whatever!

Here is how it works, just hover your mouse over the Nugget to see the controls and then click the Video Size icon in the far right corner.

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When the options appear – click Popout. Boom! Your Nugget Player is in its own window.

I love to use this feature to place the player in one area of my screen, while I use EverNote and my terminal emulation screens in other areas!

I hope you enjoy this new feature as much as I am!