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|Public Speaking Foundations Training Lynda.com|
Develop the skills you need to prepare and deliver an outstanding speech or presentation. In this course, Laura Bergells offers practical insights that can help presenters prepare, open, deliver, and close their speeches. Along the way, discover how to project confidence, outline a speech, take questions, and develop the creative story that adds life to a speech.
|Python Basics for Java Developers Training Lynda.com|
Python is powerful, popular, and allows you to get your programs up and running in relatively few steps. If you're a Java developer interested in learning this highly readable language, then this course is for you. Join Deepa Muralidhar as she helps to acquaint you with the basics of Python. Deepa begins by going over Python syntax and highlighting the essential differences between Python and Java. She then dives into basic concepts—including selection statements and arrays—and discusses functions, methods, and object-oriented programming in Python.
|Python Statistics Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
With this course, gain insight into key statistical concepts and build practical analytics skills using Python and powerful third-party libraries. Instructor Michele Vallisneri covers several major skills: cleaning, visualizing, and describing data, statistical inference, and statistical modeling. All concepts are introduced by analyzing intriguing real-world datasets and discussed from a machine-learning perspective—which assumes that powerful computation can replace complex mathematics.
|React for Web Designers Training Lynda.com|
|Reactive Programming with Java 8 Training Lynda.com|
Java developers face many challenges: complex distributed systems, high expectations for responsiveness and performance, and more users and data than ever before. Reactive programming offers a solution. Follow along with instructor Chris Anatalio and learn how to write asynchronous, concurrent, and resilient applications in Java 8 using popular reactive frameworks such as RxJava and Akka. Learn how to pair reactive programming with functional programming, which breaks software into small modular pieces made up of functions that reduce cognitive load and complexity. Chris then surveys major reactive frameworks—RxJava, Akka, Vert.x, and Spring 5.0—and selects two, RxJava and Akka, to demo. Learn how to use each framework to bootstrap apps as well as build complete applications from scratch. In the final chapters, Chris shows how to write unit tests for RxJava and Akka applications and reviews the final projects.
|ReCap Workflow for Reality Capture Training Lynda.com|
Reality capture allows architecture and construction professionals to put down the measuring tape and leverage technology to capture existing site conditions. ReCap—the powerful reality capture software from Autodesk—offers features that can help you efficiently measure and digitally recreate buildings and spaces. In this course, learn how to use ReCap to import and work with reality capture data from both laser scans and photos. Instructor Paul F. Aubin shows how to use ReCap to process data captures into point clouds and meshes that can be used in a variety of 3D design software packages.
|Learning Trimble Accubid ChangeOrder Training Lynda.com|
Accubid ChangeOrder allows you to easily manage contract variations and see how change orders impact the cost and schedule of your project. This course is designed for estimators who want to utilize the power of ChangeOrder for digital change orders that include accurate takeoffs and professional-looking reports. Instructor Christopher Randall shows how to set up the application and customize global and project-level preferences, including labor rates, report styles, and screen styles. Then learn how to create job files, perform takeoffs, interpret and analyze the extension screen, modify markups, and more. Plus, find out how to integrate change orders with Accubid estimates.
|Learning Ubuntu Server Training Lynda.com|
Ubuntu Server is optimized for scale. If you're looking to use this popular cloud operating system for a project—or you just want to hone your server administration skills—then this course is for you. Join Scott Simpson as he walks through how to deploy and configure Ubuntu Server. Scott shares how to install Ubuntu Server, secure access to the server, install and use a graphical monitoring tool, and configure and manage the server. Plus, he explores common services, sharing how to install and configure an HTTP server, MySQL, and more.
|Life Mastery: Achieving Happiness and Success Training Lynda.com|
What's the secret of successful and happy people? While there's no magic formula, there are small steps you can take to appreciably increase your satisfaction and odds of success—at work and in life. Join coach Chris Croft as he introduces his top tips for life mastery. Learn how goals help you build the life you want, how reducing what's not important leaves time and energy for what is, how to beat procrastination and eliminate stress, how to maintain a positive attitude through good times and bad, how to become more assertive, and how to build a network of friends and colleagues. Chris also offers some advice on making the lessons stick. The good life is within everyone's grasp; use these tips to achieve health, happiness, and success.
|LinkedIn Learning Highlights: Finding a Job and Managing Your Career Training Lynda.com|
Get the job you want and map out a successful career path—with these courses, weekly series, and learning paths from LinkedIn Learning. In this short course, you can sample highlights from courses covering a wide range of career management topics. Create an effective resume and ace that job interview. Build an effective personal brand and professional network. Improve your job performance and time management skills. Plus, learn how to manage change, adjust your career path, and develop a habit of lifelong learning.
When you're ready to explore more, you can find links to all of the courses featured here in the PDF accessible through the Exercise Files tab.
|Portrait Project: Landscape Photo Shoot Training Lynda.com|
From lenses to lighting, photographing portraits in landscapes poses unique challenges. This edition of Portrait Projects shows photographers how to capture beautiful photos of people in natural settings. Chris Orwig takes us on location and shows us how to listen to the landscape, fit a person harmoniously into the scene, and use telephoto and wide-angle lenses to highlight the beauty of nature and the subject. Plus, learn how to use props and backlight to make photos even more impactful.
|Linux Foundation Cert Prep: HTTP Services (Ubuntu) Training Lynda.com|
HTTP services enable the web to function. Consequently, it's important that Linux administrators understand how these services work. This intermediate course covers the basics of HTTP services with Apache on Ubuntu. Learn what a web server needs to make a site accessible to others, how to install the Apache HTTP server, and how to make configuration changes to customize how it works. Discover how to add encryption to ensure that your website remains secure. Plus, learn about logging, how to enable and disable modules, and more.
This course can prepare you for the HTTP services section of the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam.
|Machine Learning and AI Foundations: Classification Modeling Training Lynda.com|
One type of problem absolutely dominates machine learning and artificial intelligence: classification. Binary classification, the predominant method, sorts data into one of two categories: purchase or not, fraud or not, ill or not, etc. Machine learning and AI-based solutions need accurate, well-chosen algorithms in order to perform classification correctly. This course explains why predictive analytics projects are ultimately classification problems, and how data scientists can choose the right strategy (or strategies) for their projects. Instructor Keith McCormick draws on techniques from both traditional statistics and modern machine learning, revealing their strengths and weaknesses. Keith explains how to define your classification strategy, making it clear that the right choice is often a combination of approaches. Then, he demonstrates 11 different algorithms for building out your model, from discriminant analysis to logistic regression to artificial neural networks. Finally, learn how to overcome challenges such as dealing with missing data and performing data reduction.
Note: These tutorials are focused on the theory and practical application of binary classification algorithms. No software is required to follow along with the course.
|Making a Career Change Training Lynda.com|
Unhappy with your current job? Thinking about changing roles or industries? Learn how to make a career change that leads to greater job satisfaction and professional growth. Coach Stacey Gordon provides a roadmap that will help you navigate from where you are to where you want to be-even if you don't know the exact destination. She reviews the steps you need to consider before switching roles or industries, so you can be confident you're making the right move. Then she walks you through the best practices to set yourself up for success-such as exploring a new career while remaining in your current job, using your skills in a volunteer capacity, and leveraging your network to find more connections and opportunities in your desired field. Everyone has their own reason for wanting to make a career transition, and Stacey's goal is to help you achieve yours. Use this course as a starting point to help you evaluate your path and set your new career up for success.
|Learning iOS Animations with UIKit Training Lynda.com|
The visuals of a mobile application often determine its success. Being able to create visually appealing, customized animations in your apps will attract users, and keep them coming back again and again. In this course, join Harrison Ferrone as he dives into the fundamentals of UIKit, from basic animations and transitions all the way to animating auto layout constraints. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid foundation to start bringing your apps to life.
|Learning Jenkins Training Lynda.com|
Meet Jenkins, the open-source automation tool for software development and system administration. With Jenkins, you can automate build management, continuous integration and deployment, testing, resource management, monitoring and reporting, and much more. This introduction helps you use Jenkins to release and deploy software more quickly and reliably.
First, learn how to set up Jenkins on Mac, Windows, Linux, or inside a Docker container, and find out how Jenkins plugins are used to extend its functionality. Next, configure your first job step by step, leading up to the requisite "Hello, World" output, and learn to make your jobs more useful and portable with parameters. Then explore job scheduling, and Jenkins's convenient aliases for running jobs at regular intervals. The course wraps up with tips for organizing jobs in folders and views and a brief look into pipelines as code-which enable you to execute a series of jobs in stages.
By the end of the training, you should be able to install Jenkins locally or on a virtual machine, create a Jenkins jobs that can be triggered manually or on a schedule, and install and configure plugins to extend the Jenkins framework.
|Learning Linux Command Line Training Lynda.com|
Knowledge of the Linux command line is critical for anyone who uses this open-source operating system. For many tasks, it's more efficient and flexible than a graphical environment. For administrators, it plays a vital role in configuring permissions and working with files. In this course, experienced instructor Scott Simpson discusses the basics of working with the Linux command line using the Bash shell, focusing on practical Linux commands with examples that help you navigate through the file and folder structure, edit text, and set permissions. Scott also discusses some of the common command-line tools, such as grep, awk, and sed, and command-line apps such as the nano and Vim text editors. The course wraps up with a look at how to install and update software with a package manager.
|Learning MATLAB Training Lynda.com|
MATLAB is one of the most popular programming languages today for engineers and scientists, and with good reason-it allows analysts to work efficiently with large amounts of data. Instructor Steven Moser shows you how to harness the MATLAB tools and create programs to model your own data and hypotheses. First, learn how to create basic variables and cell arrays, and work with the core MATLAB syntax, which is significantly different than other programming languages. Then discover how to create scripts and functions, work with matrices, debug your program, and import data. To illustrate your findings, Steven shows how to create 2D and 3D plots, add annotations, and incorporate images. The final chapter covers Simulink, the MATLAB block diagram tool.
|Learning Moodle 3.5 Training Lynda.com|
Moodle, a learning management system (LMS), allows you to create online classes, post assignments and assessments, calculate grades, and more. Students can access the class and resources online, complete assignments, and communicate with the instructor. This course demonstrates how instructors can get started using Moodle. Learn how to set up an instructor profile. See how to create a course and adjust course settings. Find out how to add files, post announcements, and make quizzes. Watch how to enroll students and create groups. Additionally, discover how to grade assignments and run reports.
|Learning Nagios Training Lynda.com|
Nagios is an industry-standard, open-source solution, which makes Nagios a great choice to get started in network monitoring and administration. Learn how to use Nagios to monitor system health and gain actionable intelligence about your IT infrastructure, in this course with instructor and DevOps engineer Josh Samuelson. Josh shows how to set up a Nagios server, use plugins, and configure monitoring via the command line. He explains how to set up custom alerts and generate graphs of your data for more comprehensive insights. Plus, learn how to integrate PagerDuty to manage your on-call schedule and escalations and manage alerts remotely.
|Learning NgRx Training Lynda.com|
|Learning ON1 Photo RAW Training Lynda.com|
ON1 Photo RAW 2018 includes the essential tools and features photographers need in their workflow. Fast photo management, hundreds of customizable photo effects, fast and beautiful HDR, masking and selection tools, layers, and much more—all in one app. If you're interested in learning about alternatives to Adobe Lightroom, this course can help you get up to speed with a powerful option: ON1 Photo RAW. Here, discover how to leverage this photo app to develop and neatly organize your digital images. Instructor Robert Vanelli shows how to create a file structure for your photography, organize a digital library, leverage advanced development strategies for RAW images, apply effects to images, work with smart layers, and more.
|Learning System Center 2016 Data Protection Manager Training Lynda.com|
System Center 2016 Data Protection Manager (DPM) provides a centralized, enterprise-class solution for disaster recovery. With DPM, you can back up multiple hosts: Hyper-V, VMware, and Azure virtual machines; Windows client and server operating systems; SQL Server; Exchange and SharePoint servers; and Linux virtual machines, just to name just a few. This course shows how to back up and recover these systems and more, using the DPM administration console and time-saving PowerShell cmdlets. Instructor Daniel Lachance reviews DPM components and architecture and discusses considerations for installation and backup configuration. He shows how to apply protection to workloads such as file servers, SQL Server, Hyper-V virtual machines, and Windows clients, and easily recover the data—even from failed servers that refuse to boot. The course wraps with a discussion of monitoring, reporting, and troubleshooting in DPM.
|Protecting Profitability by Reducing Financial Risk Training Lynda.com|
Running a company is inherently a risky business. But with a cohesive risk management program, you can reduce financial liability, protect your property and your people, and make sure you stay open for business—no matter what happens. This course offers practical and implementation-ready solutions to protect organizational knowledge and valuation while reducing financial risk for businesses of all sizes and industries. It is designed for business owners, executives, and risk managers who want to protect digital, intellectual, and physical assets; keep employees safe; and guard against cyber threats as well as natural and man-made disasters. Business continuity expert Dan Weedin first reviews the risk management process, from identifying exposures to implementing and monitoring a risk management program. Then he shows how to protect your company by building a strong team that keeps organizational knowledge in-house and operational. Plus, learn how to plan for risks that are unique to the digital age, such as IP theft and cyberattacks, and buy insurance to mitigate financial loss in the worst-case scenario.
|Python for the C# Developer Training Lynda.com|
Python is hugely popular, boasts an elegant syntax, and has played a notable role in the rise of the open-source community. While this highly readable language can add value to any developer's toolkit, it can be of particular help to C# developers who want to better grasp how .NET is shifting to embrace the open-source community. In this course, Reynald Adolphe helps to acquaint C# developers with Python by helping them leverage what they already know. Throughout the course, Reynald highlights the similarities and differences between Python and C# as he goes over key concepts such as functions, conditional statements, and how to create and work with classes. He also demonstrates the four pillars of object-oriented programming—abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation—as he walks through the creation of a salary calculator.