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Unity 5 2D: Building an Adventure Game

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Jesse Freeman

Released On: 12/14/2016

Create your own 2D action-adventure game for any target platform with Unity 5. If you're familiar with Unity or have taken Unity 5 2D Essential Training, this course will expand your knowledge into game development specifics, including working with controller input, tile maps, and sound, and managing multiple scenes. Follow along with Jesse Freeman as he shows how to import and optimize existing artwork as sprites and create game elements such as players, collectables, obstacles, and enemies driven by basic AI. He also shows how to build a simple splash screen and connect to your game. By the end of the course, you'll have the building blocks for your own game and a tile map editor you can use to generate new levels.


Migrating from Google Apps to Office 2016

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Nick Brazzi

Released On: 12/14/2016

As your business expands and evolves, you may find that you've outgrown Google Apps–also known as G Suite—and need to move to Microsoft Office 2016 to create and edit your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. This course can help you effectively and efficiently make that switch. Discover how to download and convert your existing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations from Google to Office 2016. In addition, pick up some pointers that can help you get started in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and examine some cloud-based storage solutions.


Linux: Web Services

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Scott Simpson

Released On: 12/14/2016

Linux runs the majority of the world's websites. Get web services up and running on your own Linux machine with this course. Scott Simpson explains how to install and configure web services in CentOS 7 using Apache, including configuring virtual hosts, adding modules, and securing your site with SSL. Plus, get some additional techniques for protecting and monitoring your site and a tour of other popular web servers.


The complete cosmicomics

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Calvino, Italo, author.
Categories: New Materials

The fortunes

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Davies, Peter Ho, 1966- author.
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Beauty is a wound

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Kurniawan, Eka, 1975- author.
Categories: New Materials

The curious case of Dassoukine's trousers

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Laroui, Fouad, 1958- author.
Categories: New Materials

The noise of time

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Barnes, Julian, author.
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Women and leadership

Social Sciences - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Rhode, Deborah L., author.
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Fortune, fame, and desire :

Social Sciences - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Strom, Sharon Hartman, author.
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Christian understandings of evil :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Burns, Charlene Embrey, 1953- author.
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Encounters with John Bowlby :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Tue, 12/13/2016 - 05:00
Ezquerro, Arturo, author
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Foundations of Graphic Design History: The Bauhaus Movement

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Sean Adams

Released On: 12/13/2016

To move forward as a designer, sometimes you have to take a step back. This installment of Foundations of Graphic Design History explores one of the most influential modern design movements of all time: Bauhaus. Its revolutionary concepts—centered on simplicity, quality, truth in materials, and form that follows function—influence almost every design today. Join Sean Adams for a deep dive into the Bauhaus movement as manifested across many connected creative fields (from architecture and advertising to furniture and product design). Learn how Bauhaus was born, and the effect it has on today's work as well as our approach to design education. Whether you love history or just want some inspiration from the past to lead you to fresh ideas, this course will help you explore new ways of working, thinking, and creating, all through the lens of design history.


Building a Progressive Web App

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Ray Villalobos

Released On: 12/13/2016

Native apps do things like work offline and load on a device's home screen. Until now, mobile web apps accessed in a browser lacked those features. Progressive web apps correct these shortcomings. A progressive web app—like the one you build in this course—is 1) fast loading 2) responsive 3) able to work offline using service workers, 4) secure using HTTPS, and 5) installable using a special manifest. Ray Villalobos takes you the extra steps to make your web apps progressive, using a custom version of the Bootstrap framework and modals and templating system called Handlebars. Follow along to learn how to create interactive navigation, dynamic and responsive content such as carousels and multimedia, offline capabilities with service workers, and a more integrated launch experience with an app manifest file.


Learn System Center Configuration Manager: The Basics

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Robert McMillen

Released On: 12/13/2016

Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) allows system admins to manage large groups of client operating systems. In addition, it provides remote control, patch management, software distribution, operating system deployment, network access protection, and hardware and software inventory. Want to learn the basics to use SCCM in your own IT team? In this course, author Robert McMillen shows how to install and configure the latest release (1601), providing an overview of new and not-to-miss features. He also shows how to deploy operating systems (including Windows 10), distribute software, and use SCCM for mobile device management. The course concludes with instructions for using SCCM for asset inventory, and to monitor software and application distributions.


iTunes U for Course Management

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Sean Colins

Released On: 12/13/2016

iTunes U helps instructors manage content for students and deliver that content directly to mobile devices to make the course materials more accessible. It's a content management system, learning management system, grade book, course outline manager, discussion system, private messaging system, and more. This course explores how to manage an iTunes U account, including installing it and creating, distributing, and updating course content. In addition, see how students using iTunes U can interact with instructors to hand in homework, annotate PDFs, and even review grades.


Why Mentoring Matters

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Kat Cole

Released On: 12/13/2016

FOCUS Brands Group President, former Cinnabon President, and LinkedIn Influencer Kat Cole speaks with LinkedIn editor Lorraine Lee at CGI U's 9th annual meeting at UC Berkeley. She talks about mentoring moments and the approaches to developing shared perspectives.


Cocoa with Swift 3 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Todd Perkins

Released On: 12/13/2016

Cocoa and Swift make a great team for building Mac desktop apps. Cocoa is the framework in which macOS is written, and Swift is the language that makes working with Cocoa classes and APIs easier than ever before. Their compatibility makes Swift a convenient and powerful tool to integrate into your Cocoa app development workflow. Here Todd Perkins walks you through the steps to creating macOS applications with this powerhouse combo. He'll take you through the basic concepts behind Cocoa, Swift 3, and the development environment known as Xcode, and some important concepts, such as the Model-View-Controller design pattern, interaction, and delegation. Then you'll go straight into development. Learn how to create user interface elements and connect them to code, work with Cocoa bindings and key-value coding, and debug your applications and submit them to the Apple Store for distribution.


Learn Microsoft Flow: The Basics

Lynda.com - Mon, 12/12/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Gini von Courter

Released On: 12/13/2016

With the cloud-based Microsoft Flow, you can quickly and easily build custom automations from your desktop, laptop, or mobile device without needing to write a single line of code. In this course, Gini von Courter covers the basics of Microsoft Flow. Discover how to use templates to create social media, notification, and event flows, as well as how to install and use the Microsoft Flow app. Gini also demonstrates how to create a flow from scratch and specify events and actions, add conditions, and publish custom recurring flows.


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