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|Font Management Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
When you're working with type, you need a plan for sourcing, organizing, validating, and managing the hundreds or even thousands of fonts on your computer. Take control of your fonts to avoid issues, work faster, and put your focus back on creativity. In this course, Mike Rankin explains the different types of fonts and font licenses available on Mac and Windows and shows where you can acquire new fonts. He demonstrates how to use the built-in macOS and Windows tools as well as third-party software such as Suitcase Fusion to manage font libraries. He also provides tips on organizing fonts, troubleshooting common font problems, and creating your own unique fonts with InDesign or an iPad.
|Freelance Work Strategies for Video and Motion Graphics Creators Training Lynda.com|
To be a successful creative freelancer, you need to mesh your artistic abilities with managing a small business. In this course, Amy DeLouise helps creative video professionals learn the strategies, tools, technologies, and skills they need to survive and thrive in a gig economy. After helping you determine if the freelance life would be right for you, Amy explains how to define your brand identity. She then dives into several essential business concepts and shares marketing, sales, and networking techniques for growing your freelance business. Plus, learn how to manage relationships with clients, set your rate, ensure that you get paid, and maintain a healthy work-life balance.
|Fusion 360: Animating Assemblies Training Lynda.com|
By animating an assembly, you can clearly communicate instructions and details that might be missed in a 2D drawing. In this course, learn how to animate assemblies in Fusion 360. To begin, instructor Jomarc Baquiran goes over assembling components and applying the joints that connect them. Once your assembly is ready, you can start setting up your animation. Jomarc helps you learn your way around the animation workspace, and then shows how to create an animated exploded assembly. After that, discover how to export your animation to video and create a turntable and motion study animation.
|Get a Job in Product Management Training Lynda.com|
Get the product management job you've been after. First, learn how to build your resume and your brand so you are positioned to get hired. Then get tips for going on the job hunt and finding the right company fit. Instructors Color Mercer and Evan Kimbrell then explain how to ace the interview, land the job, and succeed once you have your foot in the door. It all wraps up with interviews with two current product managers, Daniel Demetri and David Lifson, who explain what the role entails and what they look for in the perfect PM candidate.
|C# Framework Design Training Lynda.com|
Discover how to design C# frameworks for personal, enterprise, and open-source projects. In this course, join instructor Jesse Freeman as he discusses key framework design concepts, how to organize your code, and how to document and share your frameworks online. Jesse covers code encapsulation and modular classes. He also explains how to extend a framework and enforce an architecture pattern.
|Camtasia: Advanced Elearning Editing Training Lynda.com|
Camtasia offers specific editing tools for educators, trainers, and any elearning creator, allowing you to make and edit professional quality videos. In this course, take your editing skills to the next level by learning advanced techniques, including how to apply transitions, work with green screen footage, and create advanced animation. Editing audio is also covered, including how to fix background noise and make the volume level. Additionally, find out how to polish the color of the video, add closed captioning, and publish your final project.
|CCNA Security (210-260) Cert Prep: 5 Cisco Firewall Technologies Training Lynda.com|
The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification indicates to potential employers that you have the required skills to secure a network. Join security ambassador Lisa Bock, as she prepares you for the Cisco Firewall Technologies section of the CCNA Security exam 210-260: Implementing Cisco Network Security. Lisa covers firewall technologies, diving into the concept of a firewall, firewall security contexts, and how to do a basic firewall configuration. She also compares different types of firewalls including stateless, stateful, and application firewalls. She also reviews implementing NAT on Cisco ASA along with zone-based firewalls. To wrap up, she takes a closer look at some firewall features on the Cisco ASA such as Access Management, Modular Policy Framework, and high availability.
|Cert Prep: PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Training Lynda.com|
PRINCE2® is the world's most widely adopted project management method. It enables teams of any size, in any industry, to develop and implement projects in a consistent and controlled manner. You can become a PRINCE2 certified professional by passing the Foundation and Practitioner exams. This course breaks down each of the 7 themes, 7 processes, and 7 principles of PRINCE2 in a succinct format, so that you are knowledgeable, empowered, and prepared to answer all the related questions from the exams. Learn how themes, processes, roles, and even documentation can be tailored for your business, and how the project environment is covered by each of the seven themes: business case, organization, quality, plans, risk, change, and progress. For each theme, Claudine proves a challenge video of foundation-style practice questions, and an accompanying solution set.
|Choosing a Cross-Platform Development Tool: Cordova, Ionic, React Native, Titanium, and Xamarin Training Lynda.com|
There are many cross-platform mobile development tools available. Knowing which to choose is almost harder than learning the platform itself. Each toolset comes with pros and cons. In this course, Tom Duffy reviews five of the most popular options—Cordova, Ionic, React Native, Titanium, and Xamarin—and explains their benefits and tradeoffs. He builds a simple user-input app with each tool, highlighting exceptional features and workflow steps.
|Cleaning Bad Data in R Training Lynda.com|
Data integrity is the new focal point of the data science revolution. Now that everybody is onboard with the role of data in people's lives and business, it's not an unfair question to ask, "Can you prove that your data is accurate?" In this course, you can learn how to identify and address many of the data integrity issues facing modern data scientists, using R and the tidyverse. Discover how to handle missing values and duplicated data. Find out how to convert data between different units and tackle poorly formatted text. Plus, learn how to detect outliers, address structural issues, and identify red flags that indicate potential data quality issues.
Where possible, instructor Mike Chapple shows how to correct the issues using R, but the same principles can be applied to any statistical programing language.
|CISSP Cert Prep: 6 Security Assessment and Testing Training Lynda.com|
Learn about security assessment and testing practices needed to prepare for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam. CISSP—the industry's gold standard certification—is necessary for many top jobs. This course helps you approach the exam with confidence by providing coverage of key topics, including threat assessment, log monitoring, and software testing. It also covers disaster recovery and security process assessment. Students who complete this course will be prepared to answer questions on the sixth CISSP exam domain: Security Assessment and Testing.
Find the companion study books at the Sybex test prep site and review the complete CISSP Body of Knowledge at https://www.isc2.org/cissp-domains/default.aspx.
Note: This course is part of a series releasing throughout 2018. A completed Learning Path of the series will be available once all the courses are released.
|DevOps for Data Scientists Training Lynda.com|
Data scientists create data models that need to run in production environments. Many DevOps practices are relevant to production-oriented data science applications, but these practices are often overlooked in data science training. In addition, data science and machine learning have distinct requirements, such as the need to revise models while in use. This course was designed for data scientists who need to support their models in production, as well as for DevOps professionals who are tasked with supporting data science and machine learning applications. Learn about key data science development practices, including the testing and validation of data science models. This course also covers how to use the Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML), monitor models in production, work with Docker containers, and more.
|Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management Training Lynda.com|
In Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management, author Gini Courter demonstrates techniques to streamline the Outlook mailbox workflow. The course covers strategies for customizing views, adding filters, utilizing flags, and creating and organizing folders. The course also shows how to automate tasks as well as make effective use of QuickSteps to process email, and more.
|Excel Business Intelligence Part 3: Power Pivot and DAX Training Lynda.com|
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) allow Microsoft Excel users to create powerful calculated fields in Power Pivot. In this course—the third and final installment of the Excel Business Intelligence series—experienced Excel trainer Chris Dutton spells out how to use the DAX language and Power Pivot to explore and analyze relational data models. Chris picks up where he left off in the previous installment of the series, demonstrating how to add calculated columns and measures to data models in Excel. He highlights the differences between calculated columns and DAX measures, covers common DAX formulas and functions, and discusses best practices for working with DAX and Power Pivot.
|Facebook for Creative Pros Training Lynda.com|
By utilizing social media platforms like Facebook, you can increase brand visibility and take advantage of key features to communicate and advertise your photography, design, or videos. This course shows how to succeed as a creative professional using the Facebook platform. Instructor Rich Harrington discusses the evolution of the platform and demonstrates how to find new connections, create events, and decide what and when to post. He also covers creating a company page distinct from your personal profile, using Facebook groups and messaging to manage client projects, and more.
|Introduction to LEED Credentialing Training Lynda.com|
Earning a LEED credential signifies your deep understanding of sustainable design and construction. If you're interested in earning a LEED credential but aren't sure where to start, then this course can help. Join instructor Fulya Kocak Gin as she demystifies the LEED credentialing process, going over the different types of LEED credentials, who each credential is suitable for, and how to prepare for the different credentialing exams. Fulya steps through how to register for your exam, discusses the format and content for key exams such as the LEED Green Associate exam, and shares tips for studying effectively. Plus, she goes over how to maintain your credential once you've earned it.
|Introduction to the SHRM-CP Certification Exam Training Lynda.com|
Earning the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional® (SHRM-CP) credential can set you apart from others in the HR field by indicating that you possess the knowledge needed to be an effective leader. This course was designed to help you understand what to expect on test day, and prepare you to be successful on the exam. Instructor Joanne Walters provides an overview of the SHRM-CP® exam content as described by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM®), and shares how the behavioral competencies and knowledge domains are measured on the SHRM-CP®. Joanne also provides general test preparation guidance and shares what to expect after you take the test.
Disclaimer: This course is not produced nor endorsed by SHRM®.
|Investment Evaluation Training Lynda.com|
So you want to start saving money and investing in your future. How do you make sure you make smart decisions? While there is always an element of risk when it comes to investments, you can make more informed choices with some simple statistical techniques. This course teaches the basics you need to evaluate opportunities and get the most value out of every dollar. Instructor Yash Patel is passionate about empirical and data-driven decision making, and here he turns its power on the world of finance. Learn about the components of an investment and fundamental concepts such as time value, opportunity cost, and the difference between capital and wealth. Review the different types of investments and three different methods of evaluation: discounted cash flow (DCF), net present value (NPV), and internal rate of return (IRR). For each method, Yash lists the pros and cons, offers examples and challenges, and provides a "real talk" summary that will help anyone—not just business owners and CFOs—make smart, strategic decisions about money.
|iOS Development: Architecture Training Lynda.com|
Behind every polished iOS app is a thoughtful plan. By understanding and applying the fundamental concepts behind iOS application architecture, you can ensure that the software you develop is well-understood, flexible, and easy to extend or refactor. In this course, instructor Károly Nyisztor dives into these concepts, helping to familiarize you with the basics of iOS application architecture and design best practices. To begin, Károly explores the Unified Modeling Language (UML), goes over some core UML diagrams, and discusses the iOS app life cycle. Next, he covers fundamental architectural design patterns such as the model-view-controller (MVC)—the classical iOS app design paradigm—as well as the Model-View-ViewModel (MVMM) pattern and other alternatives to MVC. He also shares how to manage app state transitions and build responsive apps. In addition, he discusses URL scheme-based communication and AirDrop; efficient memory and power consumption; how to detect issues and bottlenecks in your apps; and more.
|IoT Foundations: Operating System Applications Training Lynda.com|
Interested in building applications for the Internet of Things? Smart devices surround us, and the app market is only getting bigger. Luckily, the operating systems designed for IoT—Ubuntu Core, Windows 10 IoT Core, and others—also have a number of built-in features for developing robust, full-featured IoT apps. An OS-based approach to development hands over tasks such as interoperability and security to the framework, so that developers can focus on features and functionality. This course provides a technical overview of IoT application components that can be "outsourced" to the OS: interactions with sensors and actuators, data management and processing, data transmission, edge computing, cloud computing, device management, security, and artificial intelligence and machine learning. IoT engineer and professor Ryan Hu provides numerous examples as well as exercise files that show how to implement each component in an actual IoT app.
|Kubernetes: Native Tools Training Lynda.com|
Do you want to get a handle on how to use the native tools provided by Kubernetes? In this course, bolster your existing understanding of Kubernetes by learning more about the tools provided by the ecosystem. Discover how to use these tools to build, manage, debug, and scale applications better in Kubernetes. Instructor Karthik Gaekwad shares strategies for mastering kubectl; running Kubernetes using Minikube, kubeadm, and kops; and more.
|Java Persistence API (JPA): 1 The Basics Training Lynda.com|
The Java Persistence API (JPA) is the standard for mapping Java objects to relational databases. JPA provides several advantages over traditional data access methods like Java Database Connectivity (JDBC). In this practical course, Kesha Williams discusses these advantages and acquaints you with the basics of JPA, entity management, transaction management, and relationship mapping. Upon completing this course, you'll be equipped with a firm understanding of JPA and persisting data in Java enterprise applications.
|Jenkins Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
Continuous integration, deployment, and delivery pipelines can be built from many tools, but Jenkins is one of the most popular, for its open-source extensibility and ease of use. Jenkins Essential Training covers the fundamentals of the platform, including automating builds and testing and securing deployments. Learn how to create jobs, trigger builds, and distribute those builds to multiple environments. Instructor Robert Starmer also shows how to add notifications to alert you to build state changes and failures and extend Jenkins with plugins, shared libraries, and APIs. He also explains how to secure deployments and access to your Jenkins environment, and store artifacts from the build process for safekeeping. Plus, learn how to combine multiple stages of the CI/CD process into a single automated pipeline. The course includes advanced use cases, best practices, and customization tips, designed to give even the first-time user the skills to become a capable Jenkins engineer.