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|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.
|IT Help Desk for Beginners Training Lynda.com|
Interested in a job in IT? Get the skills you need to pursue an entry-level position as an IT help desk technician. This course is an ideal starting point for job seekers wishing to venture into the field of technical support or seeking to strengthen their overall technical savvy and skills. It covers the fundamental IT help desk responsibilities, including software installation, networking, and troubleshooting. Learn about removing software from a computer, networking through the command line, joining computers to a domain, and more. Instructors Jason Ruediger and Mariecor Agravante also teach important soft skills, including customer service skills relevant to the help desk professional.
|Java Design Patterns: Creational Training Lynda.com|
Design patterns provide a kind of template for writing quality code. Knowing which design pattern to use in which scenario can be challenging, but will make you a better Java programmer. This course takes a deep dive into creational patterns, which can help you create more flexible, reusable objects. Instructor Bethan Palmer covers the five most popular creational patterns—Builder, Singleton, Prototype, Factory Method, and Abstract Factory—as well as concepts such as multithreading, mutability, and hierarchies. She provides example use cases, complete with implementation instructions and tips for avoiding the unique challenges posed by each pattern. By the end of the course, you'll be armed with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement each design pattern in your own Java projects.
|Job Seeker Tips Training Lynda.com|
Have you wondered how to answer open-ended interview questions? Or are you struggling to market yourself to employers in an authentic way? Career strategist Jenny Foss is here to help. She is back with five essential job seeker tips, designed to make the job search less overwhelming. Learn to make your LinkedIn profile stand out, answer tricky interview questions, improve your résumé, and get the most value out of informational interviews. Jenny offers practical, actionable advice to speed up your job hunt, get your resume in front of the right people, and land the job of your dreams.
|Java EE: Design Patterns and Architecture Training Lynda.com|
Discover how to prevent common design issues and increase programming efficiency using design patterns and architecture in Java EE. In this course, instructor Alex Theedom dives into the fundamental topic of design patterns and software architecture, equipping you with the knowledge you need to choose the right architecture for your application. Alex covers the Gang of Four classic patterns, discussing the unique way they are implemented in the Java EE platform. This includes the Singleton, Facade, Observer, and Decorator patterns. He then goes over some of the most important architectural patterns used by the platform, including Filter, model-view-controller (MVC), Front Controller, and Interceptor. After diving into design patterns, he moves on to the topic of architecture, discussing the motivation and need for architecture and introducing some of the best-known structures. Alex finishes the course with a discussion of monolithic and microservice architectures.
|jQuery: Building an Interface Training Lynda.com|
Create an interactive user interface that uses the strengths of jQuery, Bootstrap, Underscore.js, and the vast library of jQuery plugins. Instructor Ray Villalobos shows how to use the jQuery selector engine to select DOM elements, and how to manage actions with jQuery events. He accesses external data with AJAX methods, and extends jQuery with plugins for templating webpages and formatting data. He also shows how to sort and search through data with the Underscore.js library and add and edit form data. This hands-one project will strengthen your jQuery skills and help you build more sophisticated and responsive user interfaces.
|Kubernetes: Microservices Training Lynda.com|
Build scalable and reliable microservices with Kubernetes. Kubernetes is a popular DevOps tool for managing containers at scale. Microservices allow developers to deploy individual app components, enabling continuous integration and increased fault tolerance. This course teaches how these technologies combine—culminating in a real-world microservices application hosted in a Kubernetes environment. Instructor Karthik Gaekwad describes the benefits of microservices and shows how they can be implemented inside the container-based architecture paradigm. Using an existing monolithic application, he breaks down its functionality, adds Kubernetes constructs, and deploys the new services into a Kubernetes environment with Minikube. Finally, Karthik introduces tools such as Helm and Jaeger, which are used along with Kubernetes to build more resilient microservices.
|Laravel 5.6 New Features Training Lynda.com|
Laravel is the PHP framework that developers prefer for its expressive, elegant syntax. Learn what's new in version 5.6 in this quick overview. Instructor Justin Yost walks through the upgrade process, and then reviews the new features: the Artisan Collision package, job queues, dynamic rate limiting, Blade aliases for reusing components, as well as back-end features for working with the console. In chapter two, Justin covers the improvements to existing features that make working with Laravel even better, including API controller generation, date casting, and password hashing.
|Leading with Vision Training Lynda.com|
The world needs leaders who can create a compelling vision and engage others around it. Visionary leaders are able to communicate what lies beyond the horizon and inspire confidence. They attract talent to the organization and motivate team members to make more effective decisions. In this course, CEO Bonnie Hagemann shows corporate and community leaders how to lead with vision, breaking visionary leadership down into steps that anyone can follow. Discover why it's needed, why it's lacking, and how you can fill the gap. Then find out how to build your personal vision and gain the skills and tools to build a vision for your organization, division, department, team, community cause, or nonprofit.
|Lean Technology Strategy: Building High-Performing Teams Training Lynda.com|
Lean teams are nimble and diverse. They include product managers, developers, and operations specialists, who may only work together for a short time. How do you manage people that play such different roles and unite them towards a common goal? In this course, Jez Humble provides tips to build high-performance product teams. He compares the strengths of the Taylorist vs. lean management approaches, explains how culture contributes to high-performing teams, and introduces a well-documented case study of a company changing a culture for the better. Plus, learn how to improve performance and adopt the principles of high-performing teams as your own.
|Learn Java Cryptography Training Lynda.com|
Security is paramount for any application. In Java, cryptography is key to the secure storage and transmission of data: to and from resources, users, and APIs. This course teaches the basics of Java cryptography using the Java Development Kit (JDK) crypto libraries: Java Cryptography Architecture (JCA) and Java Cryptography Extensions (JCE). Learn basic cryptography concepts and terms, including symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hashing, and digital signatures. Then find out how to use the cryptographic services or "engine classes" in JCA and JCE, such as Cipher, KeyGenerator, MessageDigest, and Signature, to enforce secure messaging and data storage. Plus, discover how to build a Java keystore to manage your repository of keys and certificates. Instructor Frank Moley uses his 16+ years of experience as a software developer and security architect to guide you through this complex topic.
|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.
|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.
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|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.
|Learning Confluence 2018 Training Lynda.com|
Confluence 2018 is content collaboration software that professionals can use to create, organize, and discuss work with their colleagues. In this course, instructor David Rivers shows how to work with this powerful tool as a team member, exploring how to configure and use Confluence to manage business and project information. David dives into creating pages and blogs in Confluence, setting page layouts, and adding content and navigation. He also shares how to collaborate on content and communicate with other team members.