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iOS App Development: Essential Courses

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Have an idea for the next blockbuster app—but you've never written a line of code? Or do you want to transition your existing programming skills to the lucrative iOS market? We have training for anyone who wants to get started in iOS app development. Our library covers everything from beginner-level programming skills to advanced design pattern theory. This course will help you identify and find the right training for you.

With over 15 years of experience in the software industry, Mike Wong reviews the tools, language choices, and high-level concepts behind iOS app development. Dive in and learn about storage requirements, interface design, and the tricks to promoting iOS apps in a crowded marketplace. In each video, Mike will point you to training videos, articles, and forums for learning more.

When you're done with this overview, make sure to subscribe to our curated playlist, Develop Apps for iPads and iPhones, which includes a selection of our most relevant iOS app development training.

Visual Studio 2015 Essential Training: 02 Getting Comfortable with the IDE

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Visual Studio's IDE is where you'll spend most of your time in the program. By customizing the layout and preferences to suit your workflow, you'll save time and avoid mistakes. Join Walt Ritscher for a tour of the interface and get tips for managing the many editor and tool windows. Walt shows how to use docking and other window management techniques, interact with tabbed editors, customize menus and toolbars, and make Visual Studio memorize your favorite IDE configurations. He also covers the Quick Launch tool, multi-monitor support, and touch-screen improvements in Visual Studio 2015.

Learning Cloud Computing: Serverless Computing

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications and services without needing to manage infrastructure. This course helps to provide IT professionals with a foundational understanding of serverless computing—what it is and why it's important—as well as what computer services like AWS Lambda and Azure Functions have to offer. Cloud-computing luminary David Linthicum begins by covering the basics of what serverless computing is and which problems it can solve. After going into the fundamentals, he runs through demos of both AWS Lambda and Azure Functions, and discusses the practical applications for serverless computing.

Cybersecurity Awareness: Security by Geolocation

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Geolocation data boasts a variety of uses. It can be used to secure an entire enterprise, verify if a wireless signal is trusted, allow access by location, or even just help a coffee shop customer locate a free Wi-Fi source. In this intermediate course, learn how to locate wireless signal sources using spectrum geolocation techniques. Jordan Scott kicks off the course by covering the concept of wardriving. Next, he provides an overview of geolocation, explaining how it works by taking you through a few examples. Plus, he discusses some available geolocation-enabled products, and dives into a few use cases that demonstrate problems that geolocation may help solve.

Note: This course was recorded and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We're pleased to host this training in our library.

Unity: Working with Google Firebase

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
A dependable backend is a must-have for today's games. Giving users the ability to log in and save and retrieve player data can make or break a community-oriented game. The goal of this course is to build a flexible and scalable networking solution, which can be reused in any of your future games, using Unity and Google Firebase. Instructor Harrison Ferrone starts with an overview of the Firebase Authentication and Realtime Database modules and the Firebase SDK. He shows how to script some basic functionality for logging in and registering users, and progresses to more complex functions like saving and fetching data, waiting for responses while providing good visual feedback, and displaying real-time data in the Unity GUI. By following along, you will understand how to integrate Firebase with Unity, save and fetch user data in a game scene, and bundle your work in asset packages that can be used in many other Unity projects.

CompTIA Server+ (SK0-004) Cert Prep: 3 Storage

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Earning the CompTIA Server+ certification signals to potential employers that you have a robust understanding of server management. In this course, Ed Liberman prepares you for the storage portion of the CompTIA Server+ (SK0-004) exam. Here, Ed dives into the topic of server storage. He covers primary storage technologies, RAID, and storage capacity planning.

Cybersecurity Awareness: The Importance of Identity Protection

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
Identity theft can affect anyone who uses a computer. As a result—whether you're a casual user or a tech professional who works with computers in depth–it's crucial to understand how to protect your identity online. In this course, join Donna Bower as she discusses the different types of identity theft, and how to prevent yourself from becoming a victim. Donna goes into the history of identity theft, shares practical ways to protect your identity, dives into testing and maintaining strong passwords, and more.

Note: This course was recorded and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We're pleased to host this training in our library.

Learning Swift Playgrounds Application Development

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 20:00
When Apple introduced Swift, they also introduced playgrounds, a way of prototyping and playing with Swift in Xcode without compiling to a simulator or device. Now there's the Swift Playgrounds app for the iPad, which extends their power to a mobile, interactive environment. Playgrounds are a versatile system for app development, whether you're prototyping ideas, documenting new frameworks, or learning to code. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination. In this course, Steven Lipton explores playgrounds for Xcode and for the iPad. Find out how to use these new ecosystems to quickly write code (even without a keyboard!), debug and test at lightning speed, create interactive presentations, and build courses to teach programming concepts in a fun and interactive way. Learn what you can do with these powerful tools for prototyping, documentation, and education.

Exchange 2016: Transport Services

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Business professionals send billions of emails every day. In this course, explore transport services in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016, and learn skills and techniques that can help you ensure that your organization's emails are delivered properly. This course maps to the third domain of Exam 70-345, Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016—Plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot transport services. Scott Burrell walks through how to plan and configure transport and routing, goes into the role of an Edge Transport server in an Exchange organization, and discusses high availability and site resiliency. Plus, he covers message security, discussing antispam solutions, filtering, and more. (Author: Scott M Burrell)

After Effects Guru: Color Grading Footage

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Whether you're looking to "fix it in post" or "make it pop," After Effects offers a wealth of tools for making both technical and artistic color enhancements to your footage. And this class has you covered. Rich Harrington introduces a basic workflow for getting a shot back to its best natural state, and then advanced techniques that allow you to push your footage a little further: converting it to black and white or adding creative color. Start now and learn how to make your video look its best within After Effects.

This course was created by RHED Pixel. We're honored to host this training in our library. (Author: Richard Harrington)

Creating Web Media

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
High-quality media is a must for any website. But to keep visitors happy, it has to load fast and look great. Web developers need to be able to balance quality and performance for all types, including graphics, animation, video, and audio. Creating Web Media is a weekly series that will help you create, optimize, and implement media in the most modern way possible. Follow along with Chris Converse to learn new ways to integrate bitmap and vector graphics (including SVG), audio and video, and feeds from social media and streaming video sites into your sites, using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. Check back each Thursday for a new tip and a free exercise file.

JIRA Software: Basic Administration

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
JIRA is a project management tool used by over 40,000 companies in the United States alone. There is a large demand for JIRA administrators, but the training and time needed to learn this constantly evolving tool isn't easy to come by. Here, JIRA trainer Robert Anthony covers the basic administration skills and knowledge needed to successfully administer and customize a JIRA instance. Learn how to manage users, roles, and groups; create and configure projects; set up new issue types and schemes; build new workflow schemes from scratch; and manage notifications to your users. The goal of this course is to help a basic JIRA user down the path to successful JIRA administration—mastering the tools as well as the best practices that make a JIRA instance robust and efficient.

Adobe Captivate for Systems Training

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Adobe Captivate—a leading elearning authoring tool—boasts capabilities that can help you create dynamic systems training. In this course, join Anastasia McCune as she explores how to use Captivate to record software simulations. Anastasia walks through the key features in Captivate that can best help you as you develop systems training. She shows how to incorporate formatting and slide interactions, add knowledge checks, and hold learners accountable through assessments. She demonstrates how to create a simple training by recording and editing a series of on-screen steps, as well as how to record a training for an offline process.

Learning VoIP and Unified Communications

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Today, when you make a call, you are most likely using Voice over IP or VoIP. VoIP is changing the way we communicate. VoIP uses the existing Internet and network to transfer and route voice traffic in IP packets. In many cases, it is a part of a Unified Communications (UC) system. UC integrates VoIP, video, email, and instant messaging into one seamless business application. Learn about UC and its many layers, including terminals, applications, codecs, gateways, real-time protocols, and network operations, so you can integrate UC and VoIP into your business network.

Lisa Bock compares the traditional Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) to VoIP, and discusses the framework and components necessary for VoIP to be possible. She reviews codecs, including characteristics such as bitrate and voice quality; protocols for setup, communication control, and data transport; and media gateways, signaling protocols, and intermediary systems such as translators and mixers. Lisa then reviews business integration and the importance of conducting a needs analysis and network assessment prior to implementation. Learn about the many value-added services UC can provide, such as integrating VoIP with email, billing, management software, and other customer management systems. Lisa wraps up with a discussion on how ensuring quality of service (QoS) in a VoIP network minimizes latency and jitter and the importance of VoIP security to prevent malware, impersonation, hijacking, and denial of service attacks.

Excel 2016: Working with Dates and Times

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Getting dates and times to show up the way you want in an Excel spreadsheet can be tricky. In this concise course, Excel expert Dennis Taylor shares easy solutions for formatting and calculating dates and times in Excel 2016. Dennis explains what's going on behind the scenes when Excel stores dates and times, and offers tips for entering and formatting data. Next, he demonstrates how to work with dates and times in common Excel functions, and how to calculate data with dates and times. Finally, Dennis explains how to use dates and times with Excel commands, including working with data filters.

Securing Android Apps

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Securing or "hardening" Android apps is an important final step to ensure code, keys, and credentials, as well as the developer's intellectual property, are well protected. This course provides an introduction to the key features of the Android security model: from the Android operating system to the hardware it runs on. Instructor Malcolm Shore demonstrates the weaknesses in some sample commercial Android apps, and shows the default output from existing development environments, including Android Studio, PhoneGap, and RAD Studio. He then explains a range of tools and techniques to increasingly harden an Android app, secure known vulnerabilities, and test your work. Malcolm also reviews advanced techniques for securing enterprise apps and leveraging the security enhancements in Android O. Using these tutorials, you'll be able to develop more secure and more robust mobile applications.

Office for iPad and iPhone Essential Training

Wed, 07/19/2017 - 20:00
Learn to access and edit your Office documents on the go. Microsoft offers the same great productivity tools you use on your desktop in apps designed specifically for iOS. In this course, Jess Stratton shows you how to use the latest features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Outlook on your iPhone or iPad. Jess explores the shared common interface conventions, and then dives into the unique features of each app. Find out how to create great looking Word documents, build spreadsheets and charts in Excel, present slideshows from PowerPoint, and not only check your email, but also collaborate on files using Outlook.

Revit Areas

Tue, 07/18/2017 - 20:00
Architects and designers are often tasked with calculating and reporting the sizes of the spaces within a project. Typically, a set of detailed area calculations following specific rules and guidelines—which are often set by building officials, leasing agents, and others—is required. If you need to make such calculations, you'll likely find that you need more precision than is possible with Revit rooms. In such cases, you need to use Revit area elements and area plans instead of rooms. Areas appear very similar to rooms, but they're separate elements with a unique purpose and workflow.

In this course, Paul F. Aubin explores the creation of area plans and areas, and discusses the workflow that enables them. Using these tools, see how you can group and quantify the spaces within a project, and create detailed and accurate calculations of all important areas. The resulting information can be presented graphically onscreen, printed, scheduled, reported, and exported as necessary to satisfy a variety of project stakeholders—those using Revit and those who don't. If you have found it difficult to capture the intricacies of area calculations in your Revit projects—or have only tried to do so using the room elements—then you owe it to yourself to give area elements a try.

Selling with Stories

Tue, 07/18/2017 - 20:00
Stories sell. And the people who can tell a good sales story will sell more than people who can't. Having a great product and a good sales pitch just isn't enough anymore. You need great stories to go with them. In this course, learn how to leverage the power of storytelling to sell your product or service. Join Paul Smith—the author of the best-selling book Sell with a Story: How to Capture Attention, Build Trust, and Close the Sale—as he shares how to find, craft, and deliver compelling sales stories that resonate with buyers. (Author: Paul A. Smith)

Learning SharePoint 2016

Tue, 07/18/2017 - 20:00
Get up and running with Microsoft SharePoint 2016 to make it easier for you and your team to share content, collaborate, and get things done. In this course, Gini von Courter explains how to use SharePoint to build sites, work with documents, and create custom lists and libraries. Gini kicks off the course by explaining how to navigate in a team site, where your team can share data and documents and have conversations. She discusses how to create and edit documents, and save those documents in SharePoint libraries. She also shows how to use lists to work with data, and how to sync those lists with Outlook. Gini wraps up the course with a few advanced concepts, explaining how to create a new team site, and take your content beyond SharePoint by syncing libraries with computer folders.