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Vita Sancti Ignatii fvndatoris Societatis Jesu

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Tue, 07/19/2016 - 01:00
Maffei, Giovanni Pietro, 1536?-1603
Categories: New Materials

Vita Francisci Borgiae, tertij Societatis Iesv generalis

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Tue, 07/19/2016 - 01:00
Ribadeneyra, Pedro de, 1526-1611
Categories: New Materials

Migrating from Office 2010 to Office 2016

Lynda.com - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: David Rivers

Released On: 7/19/2016

Get the productivity-boosting tips you need to migrate smoothly and efficiently from Office 2010 to 2016. Author David Rivers begins with an overview of the new features and improvements to Office 2016, including the new interface, Touch mode, and cloud storage features. The course then steps through the crucial new features in each of the major applications—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook—and shows you how to import and use content created in Office 2010 in the new version of the software.


Android SDK Unit Testing

Lynda.com - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: James P White

Released On: 7/19/2016

Make sure every part of your Android mobile app works perfectly. Test your application at the unit level using unit testing and the built-in tools in the Android SDK. Learn to write the two basic types of unit tests—local and instrumented—and handle complex conditionals, exceptions, and even user interface testing. James P. White introduces tools from within and outside the SDK to speed up and automate unit testing. White also looks at mock objects, which help test code when real objects are unavailable (for example, a yet-to-be-created class). These simple testing techniques will help you create more stable codebases and deliver better quality apps to your end users.


Learn Canvas 2016

Lynda.com - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Oliver Schinkten

Released On: 7/19/2016

Canvas is an open-source learning management system (LMS) used by educators around the world. This training prepares instructors to create an online course with Canvas for the first time, or adjust themselves to the new features and interface in Canvas 2016. Like Canvas, it's designed to be simple to use and easy to navigate. Author Oliver Schinkten shows how to build a teacher profile, create a class, add students, create assignments and quizzes, and use SpeedGrader and rubrics to streamline the grading process. He also explores how to reinforce collaboration with online conversations, create a course calendar, and divide classrooms into modules. Along the way, Oliver introduces classroom best practices to ensure you're getting the most from your LMS.


Design the Web: Control Colors in Photoshop with SmartObjects

Lynda.com - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Chris Converse

Released On: 7/19/2016

Optimize your web graphics workflow. Learn how to use Photoshop Smart Objects to efficiently manage your project's colors. This project takes a simple color swatch, converts it to a Smart Object, and adds clipping masks, transparency, blend modes, and gradients to create a complex, one-click color adjustment you can use to color text, shapes, images, and more. Because it's "smart," you can recolor objects instantly by making a single change to the underlying Smart Object. Download the free exercise files and join Chris Converse in this episode of Design the Web to learn this quick, timesaving technique.


Managing Technical Projects

Lynda.com - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Bob McGannon

Released On: 7/19/2016

Technical projects have their own unique set of needs and challenges. New technology must be researched, downtime must be kept to a minimum, and the organization must be helped to adapt to the change. Learn how to effectively manage technical projects of any size with these tips from project management expert Bob McGannon. He'll go over specific approaches to mitigate the risks and challenges common to technology projects. He'll walk through case studies to bring the concepts to life. Then he'll propose some specific challenges (including conflicts with stakeholders or vendors) for you to explore. Compare your solutions with Bob's recommendations to see how your project management skills compare.


Six Sigma Fundamentals

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Richard Chua

Released On: 7/18/2016

Learn how to apply Six Sigma to drive improvements in the performance of your processes, products, and services. Dr. Richard Chua explains the fundamentals of Six Sigma—a customer-focused, data-driven approach to improvement. He'll go over the basic concepts, including critical-to-quality (CTQ) requirements, variation, defects per million opportunities (DPMO), the roles and belts of Six Sigma professionals, and the criteria for identifying Six Sigma projects successfully. The rest of the course walks through the five phases of Six Sigma DMAIC—Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control—and the steps, data, and key deliverables involved in each phase.


Learn VMware NSX: Security

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Bill Ferguson

Released On: 7/18/2016

Making sure an organization's software-defined network (SDN) is secure is the main concern for any organization looking to move to the cloud. This course illustrates how NSX, VMware's SDN solution, provides not just a virtual network environment but also a microsegmentation of security in a business context, down to the level of each application for each tenant. This security aspect of NSX can be an eye-opener for many people. Here Bill Ferguson covers edge firewalls and distributed firewalls, role-based security administration, and security control with Service Composer, a tool that allows you to inspect all the data your network sends and receives.

Make sure to watch Bill's Up and Running with VMware NSX for tips on setting up your network.


MadCap Flare 12 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Neil Perlin

Released On: 7/18/2016

MadCap Flare is a powerful authoring tool for creating technical documentation—help systems, service manuals, and more—in online and print forms like HTML5 and PDF. In this course, Neil Perlin first explores Flare's conventions and interface. He then explains how to create projects based on Flare 12's "topic model." Learn how to create projects, add content, add navigation to let users find information quickly, control the format of the material, define different outputs from a single project, and generate those outputs in any of 16 different formats.


Amazon Web Services for Data Science

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Lynn Langit

Released On: 7/18/2016

Learn what you need to know to implement cloud-based big data solutions using the right mix of Amazon Web Services—from big data and cloud architect and AWS community hero Lynn Langit.

Starting with top-level categories of storage, data, computer, and services, Lynn guides you through planning your ideal AWS architecture, providing service demos using the AWS Console, command-line interface, and other tools. Learn when to use which service for which business case, such as Docker or Lambda or DynamoDB or Aurora? She shows how to script creation of services such as S3 buckets and EC2 instances, create and populate a managed data warehouse, and develop a data processing pipeline that works for you. Chapter 6 covers the AWS Internet of Things (IoT) services.

These exercises can help you build proof-of-concepts, minimum viable products, and deployable solutions to scale and support big data initiatives at your company.


The Value of Professional Graphic Design

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Sean Adams

Released On: 7/18/2016

There are no shortcuts for professional graphic design. Whether it's a logo, business card, or website, bad design drives away business. But clients often wonder if finding and hiring a professional is worth the effort. Meanwhile, designers struggle to articulate their value to clients who are tempted to DIY.

Sean Adams champions design internationally on behalf of his work with AIGA. Here he breaks down the walls between designers and clients so they can have a more collaborative and successful experience. There are whys and hows, dos and don'ts, and simple strategies for finding good partnerships, cooperating on designs, and negotiating fees, from both sides of the table. Plus, learn ways to gauge the return on investment and provide proof the design is working.


Simplifying Business Processes

Lynda.com - Sun, 07/17/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Suzanna Kaye

Released On: 7/18/2016

Explore today's best tools, technologies, and tactics for simplifying business processes. Professional organizer and productivity trainer Suzanna Kaye explains how to streamline and automate the most tedious tasks to help make your business more productive.

She discusses ways to simplify communication with autoresponders and response templates, and manage event and project communications, customer service, social media, and email marketing endeavors.

The course then explores outsourcing and delegation—including criteria for determining what can and should be outsourced. Finally, Suzanna explores top apps for simplifying and automating aspects of a business, including transcription and paper management.


Bluebeam: Manage Safety Submittals

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/14/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Jim Rogers

Released On: 7/15/2016

Virtually every construction project these days involves documentation. Collecting, routing, reviewing, approving, copying, and distributing paper documents the old-fashioned way is tedious, and it's easy to "drop the ball," especially with regulatory documentation such as Safety Data Sheets (SDSs). Using Bluebeam Revu, we can transform safety submittals into a simple paperless process.

The end result is an easily accessible electronic package, with a hyperlinked chemical list that acts as a clickable table of contents—all with considerably less effort. Jim Rogers shows how to set up a project, start a studio session for collaboration, invite collaborators to the review process, set up an approval workflow, and combine all the submitted sheets into a single PDF file that can be searched and shared. Plus, learn how to keep a session open for additional submittals or archive it when a project is over.


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