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DJI Osmo and Osmo Mobile: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques

Lynda.com - Sun, 06/18/2017 - 20:00
DJI Osmo and Osmo Mobile are all about steadiness. Thanks to their sophisticated gimbal—which is similar to that of the DJI Phantom quadcopters—these devices enable you to shoot buttery-smooth video as well as long-exposure photos without a tripod. In this course, Rich Harrington details the features of the DJI Osmo and Osmo Mobile, shows how to set them up for best results, and then dives into an array of tips and techniques aimed at helping you shoot panoramas, long-exposure photos, and smooth video. Plus, learn about helpful accessories and other items you may want to add to your camera kit. (Author: Richard Harrington)

Organizing JavaScript Functionality

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
No amount of learning the theory of JavaScript will substitute for actually practicing the implementation of it. Even before you adopt a framework, learning how to organize the different bits of JavaScript—modularizing, decoupling, etc.—will make a positive impact on the quality of your code. Once you've mastered those techniques, you can turn your attention to building code that you can share between the client—browser—and the server—Node. This course covers how arrange and systemize your JavaScript code. Learn how to organize your code, work with modules, manage server-side JavaScript, and add a shared module.

Note: This course was created on 03/29/2016 by Frontend Masters. We are pleased to host this content in our library. (Author: Kyle Simpson)

Creating a Culture of Learning

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
Cultivating a learning culture means more than providing training sessions—it means integrating learning into the operations and priorities of the business. In this course, learning strategist Britt Andreatta helps define the roles that everyone in the organization should play in creating this culture—from L&D and HR professionals, to managers and leaders, to the employees themselves. Britt outlines best practices to help you build and implement a learning program. She also discusses some obstacles organizations can face in the process and provides strategies and guidelines that help improve the organization's learning culture and its competitiveness within its given market.

Windows Presentation Foundation 5: Interaction and Controls

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in Visual Studio 2015 provides developers with a unified programming model for building modern line-of-business desktop applications on Windows. This course covers how to work with the essential WPF controls and classes to create interactivity. Join Walt Ritscher as he takes you through how to leverage fundamental code families. Walt uses a custom app shell to show the examples and demonstrate the code in each chapter. Get ready to explore the broad world of interaction and control options that you can leverage by learning about the types of classes that support user interaction and the definitions of the features found in UI elements.

DJI Mavic Pro: Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
The DJI Mavic Pro is one of the most popular quadcopters on the market, thanks to its compact size, intelligent flight features, and great photo and video quality. In this course, Jim Heid shares some tips and techniques for getting the most from a Mavic Pro, including tips for setting up and flying safely, getting the most out of the DJI Go app, taking top quality aerial photos and videos, and traveling with the Mavic Pro.

Learning Apple tvOS App Development

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
What makes tvOS special? How can you make an app that leverages unique Apply TV features and provides an enjoyable experience for the user? This course shows how to develop an Apple tvOS app, using Apple frameworks and technologies. Learn how to use simple UIKit components, like UIButtons. See how to work with components and views to display data. Gain an understanding of the Apple TV focus model that goes hand in hand with using the Siri remote. The course also covers video playback, the usage of layered images for an immersive user experience, and a lot more. (Author: Brian Advent)

Creating an Open Source JavaScript Library

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
Managing open-source projects for web development can be a rewarding—and intricate—endeavor. In this course, get started with open-source by learning how to build a small JavaScript library from scratch. Join Kent Dodds as he covers creating a micro library, writing and running tests, transpiling, and continuous integration. Plus, he shows how to publish a real project—a registered npm module. To wrap up the course, Kent discusses how to manage an open-source project.

Note: This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 08/09/2016. We're pleased to host this training in our library.

DraftSight Essential Training

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
DraftSight Professional provides straight-forward 2D documentation, design, and drafting tools with a toolbox, a standards-based mechanical symbol library, and a mechanical annotation add-on. This course provides you with the essential techniques required to effectively use DraftSight 2017 Professional. Join Shaun Bryant as he shows you how to develop and optimize DraftSight drawings, and how to start setting up 2D DraftSight drawings from templates. This course is ideal for DraftSight beginners, with working experience of the Microsoft Windows operating system.

Securing the IoT: Designing and Testing

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
It is estimated that by 2020, there will be 20 billion IoT devices worldwide. Designing security around these devices is crucial. In this course, Malcolm discusses what some of the security concerns are, and then shows you how to design with these concerns in mind. He covers IoT development and he explains how to test an IoT gateway and IoT devices. (Author: Malcolm Shore)

Office 365: Deployment

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
Office 365 has become the flagship solution for Microsoft's cloud-based services—a one-stop shop for user management, email, real-time collaboration, and secure file storage. This simple-to-deploy, simple-to-manage approach has won over millions of users. As more organizations move toward the cloud, being able to deploy Office 365 is a skill all network and system admins will need to know.

This course details the process of moving your network to Office 365 by deploying a new Office 365 subscription. David Elfassy covers creating user accounts, adding domains, and configuring email, directories, conferencing, file sharing, and valuable business services such as PowerShell and SharePoint. Watch these tutorials to deploy your own implementation of Office 365 or to see if this technology fits your enterprise needs.

3D Tracking and After Effects Compositing

Lynda.com - Thu, 06/15/2017 - 20:00
Whether you're working with a team or on your own, understanding how to efficiently use 3D tracking information in compositing can help you speed up your workflow. In this course, learn how to use 3D tracking data to add 3D objects to a 2D shot in Adobe After Effects. Brian Morse shows how to export your cameras to Maya and After Effects from SynthEyes, and explains how to set up your 3D scene once and use it for all of your shots. He also demonstrates how to render your final project so that all of the composites work fluidly.

Cisco ICND2 Cert Prep: Switching

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Demonstrate your networking knowledge and expertise by earning a Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. In this course, Russell Long prepares you for the switching portion of the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) exam. Russell takes you through the installation, management, and troubleshooting of a medium-sized network. Throughout the course, he provides configuration and troubleshooting demonstrations that can help you better understand exam concepts and real-world implementations.

F#: Automated Testing For Developers

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Automated testing is a popular topic in software development, but it's still often seen by developers as overhead rather than as an opportunity. By leveraging F# and some external tools and libraries, you can make automated testing easy, enjoyable, and productive. In this course, learn about a variety of techniques for writing automated testing code in F#.

Kit Eason explains how to use xUnit—a .NET unit-testing package—to do some test-driven development, and demonstrates how to improve your test run experience using NCrunch, a test runner. He shows how to use FsCheck to generate test cases, and how to use Expecto to move into the world of tests as first-class values. He also covers the use of Canopy to automate the testing of web user interfaces, and of mocking to tame dependencies.

Construction Management: Technology on the Jobsite

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Technology is fundamentally changing the way that the construction management industry works. In this course, learn about the practical application of some of these new technologies as you follow the construction of a nine-story patient tower at an existing hospital campus in Arizona, where the owner mandated the extensive use of technology in the construction process. Discover how that team leveraged 3D BIM models to virtually lay out the project, and swapped a tape measurer for a laser scanner that feeds the information it gathers back to the BIM model. They also made working on a jobsite dramatically more efficient by using tablets instead of paper drawings—which ensured that team members were always viewing the latest revisions—and by bringing VR into the process. Explore the future of technology in construction as you learn how these technologies delivered incredible value for the project owner. (Author: Jim Rogers)

Maya: Tips, Tricks & Techniques

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Even 3D masters sometimes hit a wall with Maya. This weekly series is designed to give you tips, tricks, and techniques to solve the most common issues Maya artists encounter when using the program in a live production environment—and provide a dose of inspiration to kick-start your next creation. George Maestri shows how to use features like Camera Match and the Arnold renderer and create unique models and textures, such as rope and pulley assemblies and squashy/stretchy cartoon eyes. Tune in every Thursday for a new Maya trick to speed up your modeling, texturing, rendering, animation, or VFX workflow.

Learning Graphic Novel Storyboarding

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
When it comes to conveying a story visually to readers, comic book artists can learn a lot from examining how shots are filmed in movies and television. Although comic book panels aren't always a standard rectangular frame, you can still leverage the same storyboarding concepts, rules, and methods used in film to make your comics stronger and more digestible. In this course, join comic creator Ben Bishop as he explains how to use storyboard film techniques to understand shot composition, consistency, and movement within a frame, and apply those techniques as you build your comic book panels.

Before you can start drawing your comic, you need to know the basics of shot composition and camera angles, and why they're crucial to successfully telling your story on the page. Ben talks about the rule of thirds, wide shots, full shots, medium shots, close-ups, and more. He also demonstrates the importance of following the action in the same direction throughout any given scene. Storyboarding may not always be associated with comics, but the same rules apply. Knowing and understanding these concepts can strengthen your work.

React: Ecosystems

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
React is rarely used by itself. As a result, working effectively with React—especially when developing in a group—means mastering a set of tools. Some of these tools supplement React, while others establish and maintain workflows for efficient development or help React mesh with another set of web-centric tools. In this course, learn how to make full use of React by exploring its ecosystems, and investigating what React offers as the nucleus of this system. Emmanuel explains what React offers, and dives into topics such as routing and navigation, server-side rendering, animation, and debugging. (Author: Emmanuel Henri)

Android Development Essential Training: Manage Navigation and Events

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Once you've created your Android application and designed a user interface, you're ready to learn how to manage your app. This course prepares you to handle events and manage navigation in your Android app. David Gassner begins by explaining how to work with events. He describes the activity lifecycle—what actually happens when a screen appears and disappears—and shares some techniques for working with events using Java objects, lambda expressions, and open source libraries. Next, he covers how to manage navigation, start activities with explicit intents, send data to an activity, and open other apps with implicit intents.

David also shows how to send and receive broadcast messages that let you exchange data and notifications among the different tiers of your application. He demonstrates how to work with menus and the action bar, add a navigation drawer to a layout, and tackle advanced navigation techniques. Later courses in the Essentials series concentrate on other specific skills you can master.

LFCS: Operation of Running Systems (Ubuntu)

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Demonstrate your understanding of the Linux operating system by earning a Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) certification. In this course, Scott Simpson helps to familiarize you with the basics of operating a system running Ubuntu, and prepares you for the Operation of Running Systems domain of the LFCS exam. Scott explains how to manage the startup process, update the kernel, install software from source code, use AppArmor to confine software into limited access spaces, and examine resource utilization. He also goes into scheduling and verifying tasks, configuration management and automation, and incident management.

Migrating from Google Drive to SharePoint

Lynda.com - Wed, 06/14/2017 - 20:00
Learn how to migrate documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and files from Google Drive to SharePoint. In this course, Bill Kulterman explores the best practices for moving from Google Drive to SharePoint, and discusses how Microsoft OneDrive plays a role in this migration. He provides a quick tour of OneDrive and SharePoint, and then explains how to convert documents and spreadsheets and address issues with fonts, charts, and presentations. Throughout the course, Bill addresses common challenges that arise when moving between platforms, and shares tips and tricks that can help make your migration run smoothly.

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