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|X-Particles 4 for Cinema 4D Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
X-Particles 4 is a stellar addition to Cinema 4D, allowing artists to quickly and easily create finely rendered fluid simulations, dynamics, and collisions. This course gets you started with this powerful plugin. Join Andy Needham as he walks through the Emitter interface, and shows how to use modifiers to change the look and behavior of particles. Andy demonstrates how to create visible particles, make fluid and fire simulations, and render your work. He also covers additional ways to sculpt particles, and shares helpful tips for enhancing your workflow.
|Yammer 2016 Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
Yammer is an enterprise social network for businesses to get work done smarter and faster. It's built by Microsoft but powered by employees like you. In this course, Gini von Courter takes you through all the essential features of Yammer 2016. Learn how Yammer works, and find out how to join or create a Yammer network at your organization. Communicate with posts, messages, and chat; collaborate on files; and create and administer groups. Plus, learn how to get and give feedback with polls and praise. Start now and find out how to foster the kind of collaboration that makes a positive impact on productivity with Yammer.
|Yammer 2018 Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
Yammer is an enterprise social network for businesses to get work done smarter and faster. It's built by Microsoft but powered by employees like you. In this course, Gini von Courter takes you through all the essential features of Yammer 2018. Learn how Yammer works and find out how to join or create a Yammer network at your organization. Discover how to communicate with colleagues using posts, messages, and chat; collaborate on files; and create and administer groups. Plus, find out how to get and give feedback with polls and praise.
|WordPress for Education Training Lynda.com|
Break out of the walls of your learning management system and create open, connected spaces for student learning and engagement with WordPress. Author Chris Mattia explores the best WordPress site designs and plugins for educators, and strategies for teaching online and engaging students in a digital environment. The ideas in this course can apply to face-to-face, blended, and 100% online classes. Start watching to learn how to design an open, connected course site; organize the flow of course content; and syndicate content from student sites.
|WordPress REST API: Building an Interactive Web App Training Lynda.com|
The WordPress REST API opens a world of possibilities to WordPress developers. In this project-based course, learn how to build an interactive web app on top of the WordPress REST API. Instructor Morten Rand-Hendriksen kicks off the course by helping you plan the app you're going to build. Next, he explains how to extend the functionality of WordPress by adding a new user role and capabilities. For the remainder of the course, he walks through how to build an interactive, standalone app that consumes and delivers data to and from the WordPress REST API while keeping communication secure and private.
|WordPress Themes: Photography Portfolios Training Lynda.com|
There are two free WordPress themes designed to create online photo portfolios and in this course, Morten Rand-Hendriksen compares and contrasts both. The course covers how to find, install, and activate the themes Minimatica and AutoFocus 2.0 LITE, explains the customization options in both themes, and provides tips and tricks for building an online photo portfolio.
|WordPress Themes: Twenty Fifteen Training Lynda.com|
All great WordPress sites start with a great theme. Twenty Fifteen is the new default: a blog-centric theme with a heavy focus on responsive web design and accessibility. This quick course takes viewers through the setup and configuration of Twenty Fifteen, as well as tips for getting the most out of its many customization options. Author Morten Rand-Hendriksen also covers a few advanced customization settings, such as adding a header background image and social media sharing menus.
|WordPress: REST API Training Lynda.com|
|WordPress: Backing Up Your Site Training Lynda.com|
Backups are critical to getting your WordPress site running again when it's broken or, even worse, hacked. Senior staff author Morten Rand-Hendriksen introduces three trusted plugins to add automatic backup routines to your WordPress site: BackUpWordPress, UpdraftPlus, and VaultPress. These options run from simple and inexpensive to robust, enterprise-level solutions. He shows how to use each plugin to configure scheduled backups and restore your site to a stable state. Devote an hour to learning how to start backing up your WordPress data now, and save countless time and worry later.
|Working with Upset Customers Training Lynda.com|
More than any other topic, frontline employees ask for advice on how to serve angry and upset customers. This course will reveal proven techniques for effectively neutralizing negative situations. Customer service expert Jeff Toister also shares specific actions employees can take before and after encounters with upset customers that will reduce the likelihood of problems occurring in the future.
|Write Think and Act Like a Professional Songwriter Training Lynda.com|
Join professional songwriter Cliff Goldmacher as he shares his insights on the songwriting process and on what it takes to make it in the music business as a songwriter. He begins by discussing how to write, edit, and finish songs: starting from a title or lyrical hook, a melodic idea, a chord progression or groove, or a general concept. Once the song is done, Cliff demonstrates how to prepare a lyric sheet, create a rough demo recording, and catalogue your song. He then discusses things songwriters can do to stay motivated. Next, he discusses how to move your songwriting career forward—while employing patience—and emphasizes the importance of working hard. Cliff finishes the course by debunking several songwriting myths.
|Writing a Business Case Training Lynda.com|
You have a great idea you believe will improve your business. In order to make your idea a reality, you may be asked to write a business case that clearly articulates what you want to accomplish, how you're going to do it, and why it's worth doing. Business cases are traditionally used in approval and prioritization processes. They can also be used to measure the results of an initiative. In this course, join Mike Figliuolo as he explains step-by-step how to craft a compelling business case for your stakeholders. Mike covers how to define the problem your plan addresses, communicate your idea's benefits, build the financial projections to support your case, create a robust risk assessment, and more.
|Writing Ad Copy Training Lynda.com|
Learn how to write ad copy that effectively conveys your brand and converts clicks into sales, traffic, and signups. Conversion and growth strategist Michael Duquet walks you through the rules for writing ads for different platforms. He goes over ways to hit your advertising goals (macro and micro and acquisition and retention), and shows how to craft copy for specific media types, including websites, email, direct mail, and social media. Because different audiences are receptive to different kinds of ads, Michael shows how to change your message and tone based on your target audience and customer persona. In the final chapters, he walks you through some common dos and don'ts and explains what the future of advertising holds for copywriters and creative strategists.
|WordPress and Genesis DIY: Freelance/Independent Website Training Lynda.com|
Build a website for your independent business in the same spirit you run it. DIY (do it yourself) with WordPress and Genesis, the WordPress theme framework. In this course, Carrie Dils shows how to create a website complete with features such as a contact form, social media sharing buttons, and even recipes. She walks through every step in the process: from site planning and finding the right plugins, to installing a new child theme and customizing the appearance of your site to make it match your brand. She also offers tips for prepping and sharing your site with the world.
Find more courses in this series in our WordPress DIY playlist.
|WordPress DIY: Small Business Website Training Lynda.com|
Want to build a website for your small business? Do it yourself (DIY) with WordPress. In this course, Morten Rand-Hendriksen shows how to create a website complete with a contact form, social sharing buttons, a booking/availability calendar, and a photo gallery. He walks through every step in the process: from site planning and finding the right plugins, to installing a new theme and customizing the appearance of your site to match your brand. Plus, get tips for prepping and sharing your site with the world.
Find more courses in this series in our WordPress DIY playlist.
|WordPress: Custom Post Types and Taxonomies Training Lynda.com|
By default WordPress has five post types (posts and pages are the most popular), organized using built-in taxonomies like categories and tags. However, you can extend the functionality of WordPress and display different types of content according to your own rules by creating custom post types and taxonomies. In this course, Morten Rand-Hendriksen shows how to create a plugin for new post types and taxonomies, create new post types and taxonomies (hierarchal and nonhierarchal), and build templates that display the custom post types and taxonomies in new and effective ways.
|Introduction to OpenMP Training CI-Tutor|
OpenMP is a standardized API for parallelizing Fortran, C, and C++ programs on shared-memory architectures. This tutorial provides an introduction to OpenMP in a concise, progressive fashion, so you can begin to apply OpenMP to your codes in a minimum amount of time. Some general information on parallel processing is also included to the extent necessary to explain various points about OpenMP. Examples are presented in both Fortran and C.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic programming in Fortran, C, or C++.
Note: This course was previously offered on CI-Tutor.
|Introduction to MPI Training CI-Tutor|
The Message Passing Interface, or MPI, is a standard library of subroutines (Fortran) or function calls (C) that can be used to implement a message-passing program. MPI allows for the coordination of a program running as multiple processes in a distributed memory environment, yet is flexible enough to be used in a shared memory environment. MPI is the defacto standard for message-passing, and as such, MPI programs should compile and run on any platform supporting it. This provides ease of use and source code portability. It also allows efficient implementations across a range of architectures, offers a great deal of functionality, includes different communication types and special routines for common collective operations, handles user-defined data types and topologies, and supports heterogeneous parallel architectures.
This tutorial provides an introduction to MPI so you can begin using it to develop message-passing programs in Fortran or C.
Target Audience: Programmers and researchers interested in using or writing parallel programs to solve complex problems.
Prerequisites: No prior experience with MPI or parallel programming is required to take this course. However, an understanding of computer programming is necessary.
Note: This course was previously offered on CI-Tutor.
|Parallel Computing on High-Performance Systems Training CI-Tutor|
This tutorial provides an introduction to parallel computing on high-performance systems. Core concepts covered include terminology, programming models, system architecture, data and task parallelism, and performance measurement. Hands-on exercises using OpenMP will explore how to build new parallel applications and transform serial applications into parallel ones incrementally in a shared memory environment. (OpenMP is a standardized API for parallelizing Fortran, C, and C++ programs on shared-memory architectures.) After completing this tutorial, you will be prepared for more advanced or different parallel computing tools and techniques that build on these core concepts.
|An Introduction to Fortran Programming Training|
An Introduction to Fortran Programming
|Relational Databases Training|
Relational Databases, Length: 1 hour
|Using the Lustre File System Training|
Using the Lustre File System
|Multilevel Parallel Programming Training|
Multilevel Parallel Programming
|MPI Point-to-Point Communication Training|
MPI Point-to-Point Communication, Length: 1 hour
|MPI Collective Communications Training|
MPI Collective Communications, Length: 1 hour