Talend Releases New Advanced Cloud and Big Data Training for Developers
New Courses for Data Preparation and Data Mapping Help Customers Optimize Information Usage and Comply with Health Level Seven Standards
“Keeping pace with modern technologies is challenging for companies of
all sizes. While innovation fuels powerful business opportunities, it
also creates skills gaps in areas such as cloud and big data--where the
demand for skilled workers is especially high,” said
There are currently over 600,000 open computing jobs across the U.S.,
but only roughly 43,000—or seven percent—of the population is qualified
to fill those roles1.
Critical additions to the
Healthcare provider organizations have several different computer systems used for a broad range of functions from billing records to tracking patient lab results. These systems are required to communicate with one another to exchange patient information. HL7 helps ensure that all data or messages transferred from one system to another are completed correctly, free of errors and while keeping patient information secure.
Advantages of Talend’s training courses include:
- A live software environment that gives developers hands-on exercises for real-world scenarios
- The option for instruction via self-paced materials or by expert instructors either online or in a classroom
- Emphasis on the most significant tasks required by different roles
- Abundant practice, providing faster development of necessary industry skills
- A curriculum designed specifically for data analysts
Talend’s courses are purposely designed with minimal pre-requisites, to efficiently train busy professionals and help companies to upskill larger numbers of today’s technology workforce. A complete list of Talend’s latest instructional courses can be found here: https://www.talend.com/services/training/catalog/.
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1Study by Code.org, a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science.