The Edument team have a diverse skillset, and that is reflected in our range of courses. Edumenters are encouraged to build courses about topics they have a passion for, because we believe that’s how the best courses are made. So don’t worry that, since these courses are “the others”, they might be built with any less love. Rather, they’re here because somebody cared enough about these topics to build courses for them.
Courses in Other
This basic Power BI-education is intended for end users, who has access to complete datamodels and are ready to visualize data from theese models.
This course presents a straightforward, broad and deep introduction to Python, its syntax and semantics, and its module ecosystem.
This Power BI workshop is a intensive two-day course that is designed for advanced end-users who wants to learn how to use the more advanced tools and features available in the Power BI stack.
Perl 6 is an exciting new language, boasting excellent Unicode support, a clean new pattern matching syntax that scales from regexes to full grammars, high-level concurrency features, built-in reactive programming, neat interoperability with native libraries (C), Perl 5, Python, and more. Solid and flexible OO enables rapid implementation of object models, while a whole range of functional-inspired features make data munging a joy. These together make Perl 6 a great glue language for the modern world. Compared with Perl 5, Perl 6 represents a step of revolution, not evolution.
A wide overview of the things to care about if you build and deploy RESTful services that will survive the real world.
Many people find it helpful to learn a scripting language these days. Python is one of the more mature ones out there, with a strong tradition, a helpful community, and a massive set of ready-to-use modules. Thus, increasing your knowledge about Python means getting a further reach in solving many everyday problems.
News & feeds
Now we are expanding our presence in StockholmRead more
As part of Edument's educational investment and establishment, we are now increasing our presence in Stockholm.
Two Edumentors release PC game on GOG and Steam in their spare timeRead more
Almost 5 years ago, Edumentor Eric Lavesson became curious to see if he could build a game engine. A side project that came to involve e.g. friend and colleague, Mattias Andersen. On October 31, their video game Cathedral will be released on GOG and Steam.
Can I trust the results of an AI?Read more
We are using more and more devices and services that collects data and when we combine this data with Machine Learning we are able to make predictions, sometimes extraordinary predictions.
Exploring the non-nullable type warnings in C# 8Read more
C# 8 will bring us many new exciting features
Courses that are ready to go in OctoberRead more
We are almost at the end of September and just before October, we have the following courses that are ready to go.