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    Default Mastering Technical Presenting in a Virtual Environment

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    Published 09/2022
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    Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 16 lectures (1h 2m) | Size: 1.15 GB

    How to get your audience to 'yes' a whole lot faster

    What you'll learn
    Structure your presentation in a way that garners immediate audience buy-in
    Utilize technical tips and tricks for maximum impact in virtual setting
    Project confidence, competence and credibility every time you present
    Tailor your presentation to different audience "types"
    No requirements or prerequisites
    When delivering technical presentations, do you ever get frustrated by how long it takes to get your audience say 'yes' to your ideas or solutions?
    Do you go round and round with decision makes, frustrated that they aren't willing to move forward in the manner you've suggested?
    Would you like to spend less time on the presentations you deliver, and more time attending to your regular workload?
    In this brief but powerful, no-fluff course, veteran presentations coach Matt Moran walks you through the precise steps to develop and deliver technical, virtual-based presentations in a manner that will have your decision makers saying, "So...what are the next steps?" a whole lot faster.
    In this course, you'll learn how to...
    - Structure your presentation in a way that garners immediate audience buy-in
    - Utilize technical tips and tricks for maximum impact in virtual setting
    - Tailor your presentation to different audience "types"
    - Project confidence, competence and credibility every time you present
    Utilizing live-action video, animation and graphics, this one-hour course delivers every bit of information you need to transform not only the way you develop presentations, but also the way you deliver them.
    There's a reason organizations like HCA, DELL, Morgan Stanley, NASA and countless others turn to Matt when it comes to technical presentations training. His finely-tuned methods WORK.
    See for yourself.
    Who this course is for
    This course is specifically for professionals who are tasked with delivering complex or highly technical information in a virtual setting. It will be especially helpful for professionals who are needing/wanting their audiences to buy into their message, and then take action.

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    Default Master The Photo Manipulation - Photoshop Advanced Course

    Published 9/2022
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    Language: English | Size: 1.85 GB | Duration: 2h 9m

    The China Secrets | Adobe photoshop 2022

    What you'll learn
    1- Learn how to blend images together precisely and professionally
    2- Correcting the light values
    3- Matching the Saturation of the images
    4- Matching colors of the images with each other
    5- Adding haze effect
    6- Adding Light and shadows
    7- Final look & color grading
    Basic Photoshop Knowledge is needed
    I'm a digital artist, instructor, and a YouTuber. I'll guide you through his class on creating an engaging photo manipulation design using Adobe Photoshop. In this course, I'll be sharing many useful techniques and best practices I have been using in my own work. This workshop is a very effective way to improve your Photo manipulation skills with an emphasis on working with type.Here are the steps that we will follow:1- Putting images together2- Correcting the light values to get the depth3- Matching the color saturation of each image 4- Matching colors of each image to match the other images 5- Adding haze effect6- Adding Light and shadows to blend objects7- Adding the final look and color gradingFor this class, basic familiarity with Adobe Adobe Photoshop is recommended.Using the same images, try to create a better concept with different color modes and share it with us.Nour designs is essentially made for enriching online content of graphic design, Our focus is to transport our practical knowledge and experience in this field in an easy and illustrative way. This is done by making tutorials on how a specific design made and what is the concept idea behind each design. I hope you enjoy watching it!
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Introduction
    Lecture 2 1- Putting images together and adjusting the Composition
    Lecture 3 2- Adjusting the lightness values
    Lecture 4 3- Matching the Saturation
    Lecture 5 4- Matching the Colors
    Lecture 6 5- Drawing the moon lights & shadows
    Lecture 7 6- Adding the foggy hazing effect
    Lecture 8 7- Drawing the orange lights
    Lecture 9 8- Final color grading
    digital artists,graphic designers,Photo retouchers,concept artists

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    Default Mechanical Engineering - Sanitary Drainage System From A-Z

    Published 9/2022
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    Learn basics of Sanitary Drainage System with examples and fittings description

    What you'll learn
    Define Sanitary drainage system
    Define Sewage Types
    Sewage Systems Definitions
    Identify Building Drainage system
    Define Sanitary Drainage Pipes
    How to test the sanitary pipes
    How to install pipes support
    Sanitary pipes sizing
    Identify Hydraulic jump
    Floor drains definitions
    Cleanouts definitions
    Trench drain definitions
    Inspection chamber and manholes explanation
    Sump pit pump calculations
    Slow down chamber definitions
    Septic and holding tank definitions and calculations
    No pre experience required
    passion to learn !
    Hi! Welcome to our course. If you are starting to study the MECHANICAL ENGINEERING industry, you are on the right course! This Course covers the Full Sanitary Drainage System. it will build your knowledge slowly until you reach the point that you can understand Sewage Types, Sewage Systems, Sanitary Drainage, Pipes Grease, Interceptor Inspection Chamber and Manholes, Slow Down Chamber, Sump Pit, and Sump Pump, Septic Tank and Holding Tank and MORE !!In this course you'll Study : Sewage TypesSewage SystemsTwo or Dual Pipe SystemOne Pipe SystemSingle Stack SystemImportant TermsSanitary Drainage PipesMaterial of PipesPVC - UPVC - CPVCHDPE - PEPipes ConnectionPipes TestsPiping SupportThe slope of Horizontal Drainage PipesSize of Drainage PipesDraw the network routingDrainage Fixture Unit CalculationIndicate the Pipe SizesImportant NotesHydraulic JumpCleanoutFloor DrainTrench DrainOil InterceptorGully TrapGrease InterceptorInspection Chamber and ManholesSlow Down ChamberSump Pit and Sump PumpSeptic Tank and Holding TankPlus that you'll gain more information about the Plumbing industry.Enroll Now and Welcome to EngineeringHub !!About UsHere at EngineeringHub, We coach engineering students and working professionals for better career opportunities. Our trainers have experience in teaching students and engineers. Our support team makes sure that you get your doubts clarified as soon as we receive them. We are on a mission to train Engineers in the most attractive and easiest way and make them comfortable with our courses. This Mechanical Engineering course is the second that we have launched and we intend to deliver almost all that an Engineer would require. So you can also post what next course would you like us to launch.
    Section 1: Welcoming , Content & Introduction
    Lecture 1 Welcoming
    Lecture 2 Contents
    Lecture 3 Introduction
    Section 2: Seweage
    Lecture 4 Sewage Types
    Lecture 5 Sewage Systems
    Lecture 6 Important Terms
    Section 3: Drainange
    Lecture 7 Drainage Trap
    Lecture 8 Drainage Branch
    Lecture 9 Building Drain
    Lecture 10 Building Sewer
    Section 4: Pipes
    Lecture 11 Sanitary Drainage Pipes
    Lecture 12 PVC Pipes
    Lecture 13 HDPE Pipes
    Lecture 14 Pipes Connection
    Lecture 15 Pipes Test
    Lecture 16 Pipes Supports
    Lecture 17 Pipes Slope
    Lecture 18 Pipes Sizing (1)
    Lecture 19 Pipes Sizing (2)
    Lecture 20 Important Notes
    Section 5: Sewage Drainage Fittings
    Lecture 21 Hydraulic Jump
    Lecture 22 Cleanouts
    Lecture 23 Floor Drains
    Lecture 24 Trench Drain
    Lecture 25 Oil Interceptor
    Lecture 26 Gully Trap
    Lecture 27 Grease Interceptor
    Section 6: Inspection Chamber & Manholes
    Lecture 28 Inspection Chamber & Manholes
    Lecture 29 Inspection Chamber & Manholes Locations
    Lecture 30 Inspection Chamber & Manholes Dimensions
    Lecture 31 Inspection Chamber & Manholes Specifications
    Lecture 32 Inspection Chamber & Manholes Distances
    Lecture 33 Slow Down Chamber
    Section 7: Sump Pit & Sump Pump
    Lecture 34 Sump Pit & Sump Pump
    Lecture 35 Sump Pump Flow Rate Calculation
    Lecture 36 Sump Pit Volume Calculation
    Lecture 37 Sump Pump Head Calculation
    Section 8: Septic & Holding Tank
    Lecture 38 Septic & Holding Tank
    Lecture 39 Septic & Holding Tank Volume
    Lecture 40 Septic & Holding Tank Notes
    Section 9: Thank you
    Lecture 41 Thank you.
    mechanical Engineers,Civil Engineers,Mechanical Technician,Drainage Technician

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    Default Military Geopolitics Using Data Science

    Published 9/2022
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    Showing how to use Data Science for military & Intelligence

    What you'll learn
    Military & Intelligence
    Geopolitical analyses
    Data Science and analytics
    No requirements because we explore everything in detail.
    What is the course about: Every country and every alliance (e.g. NATO, SCO, CSTO etc ) has designed possible geopolitical scenarios that may play out in the next 5 years (short-term), 15 years (mid-term) and 50 - 100 years (long-term).Examples of alliances / organisations include the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) , the CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization) , NATO, the European Union etc, each of which has a number of geopolitical scenarios in place in order to be in a state of readiness for future outcomes, and have reactive plans at its availability.In this course we show how Data Science is used in real-world Geopolitical, Military and Intelligence Scenarios. Alliances are presented, militaty plans are shown, and in -depth presentation of geopolitical scenarios are made. For example, the Long Term Global NATO Geopolitical scenario is explained. According to this scenario, NATO expands its area of focus beyond Europe and North America. According to this scenario, without fighting any major war, NATO will have achieved global superiority over opponents by the year 2100.According to the Theory of Geopolitics, it is impossible to have a unipolar world run by a single country. Even the United States needs allies, meaning that it cannot function on its own completely isolated. Therefore, the single-head principle can have as its head an alliance, and according to the Global NATO scenario, this alliance must be NATO, because all its members agree to share common values such as individual liberty, democracy, human rights and the rule of law (source: its website).This course does not take a position in favour or against the realization of this scenario. It simply describes it, in a neutral stance. In order for this scenario to play out by the end of the 21st century a series of developments need to be made: a) Expansion of NATO in Europe e.g. Finland , Sweden, Austria, and possibly Moldova, Georgia, Malta, Cyprus etc.b) Expansion of NATO into Eurasia.c) Expansion of NATO to the Middle East. This is the ONLY course online, and the first time that a course is dealing with the analysis of a Long-Term Geopolitical Scenario , with the use of Data Science. Who:I am a research fellow and I lead industry projects related to energy investments using mathematical optimisation and data science. Specialized in the Data Science aspect of the Green Energy transition, focused on algorithmic design and optimisation methods, using economic principles. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Analytics & Mathematical Optimization applied to Energy Investments, from Imperial College London , and Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) degree in Power System Analysis (Electricity) and Economics . Important:No pre-requisites and no experience required.Every detail is explained, so that you won't have to search online, or guess. In the end you will feel confident in your knowledge and skills. We start from scratch, so that you do not need to have done any preparatory work in advance at all. Just follow what is shown on screen, because we go slowly and understand everything in detail.
    Section 1: Global trends
    Lecture 1 Global immigration analysis
    Section 2: Military expenditure - Global comparisons
    Lecture 2 Military expenditure comparisons on Python - Russia, China, USA, EU, India
    Section 3: Eurasia and China - Belt and Road initiative
    Lecture 3 Belt and Road Initiative : Python Design (Basemap Package)
    Lecture 4 Belt and Road initiative : Python Design using the Folium package
    Lecture 5 Geopolitical analysis of Belt and Road Initiative
    Section 4: NATO - North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
    Lecture 6 Interactive map of NATO - using Geopandas
    Lecture 7 NATO: Geopolitical Analysis
    Section 5: Global Alliances
    Lecture 8 NATO
    Lecture 9 The CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organisation)
    Lecture 10 The Shaghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)
    Section 6: Analysis of the Global NATO Geopolitical Scenario
    Lecture 11 A summary
    Lecture 12 Expansion to Europe
    Lecture 13 Expansion to Middle East
    Lecture 14 Expansion to Eurasia
    Working or interested in Military (planning),Working or interested in Intelligence (planning),Risk management (geopolitical risk / macro) and investments,Economists (Macro),Data Scientists,Geopolitics enthusiasts and Historians

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    Default Natural Childbirth From A To Z

    Published 9/2022
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    Make the natural process of delivery painless and unforgettabl

    What you'll learn
    DOs and DON'Ts during delivery
    Pain relief techniques
    All about contractions and what to do
    Tips when in the hospital
    Breathing techniques
    Physiology of natural birth: signs and processes
    No previous experience needed.
    120 minutes of practice in preparation for your gentle, natural childbirth. Everything I've shared in these 25 videos is preciously valuable and proven to work. You just have to desire it, be motivated, and work every day with the techniques I show!This course is highly practical, as it shows you specific techniques, exercises, and tips to practice and use during the delivery process. In this course you'll learn all about the physiology of the natural childbirth process, the different types of contractions and what to do during/in between them. We will also look into the DOs and DON'Ts of natural delivery to make the process easier while learning pain-relief techniques that can help you stay calmer and braver during the process. Another important thing you'll learn in this course is the use of breathing techniques that are crucial in natural delivery to make the process go smoothly. And don't forget about the hospital! Even though the doctors and midwife are there to help you you have to be prepared and know what procedures you're entitled to! We'll talk about these, and many more topics to prepare you for the most important moment in your life: the birth of your child. I've also prepared special tips for the dads so they know how to adequately help the mom and baby!Additional materials: You also receive a handbook with synthesized birth pain relief tips.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 1. Course "Natural Childbirth from A to Z"
    Lecture 2 2. How is the baby positioned in the uterus?
    Lecture 3 3. How does the baby move during a contraction?
    Lecture 4 4. What is a contraction and when to go to the hospital?
    Lecture 5 5. Signs of delivery
    Lecture 6 6. Phases of childbirth
    Lecture 7 7. First key to natural childbirth: How to save the oxytocin?
    Lecture 8 8. Second key to natural childbirth
    Lecture 9 9. How to act at the beginning of the delivery process?
    Lecture 10 10. How to breathe during a contraction?
    Lecture 11 11. How to breathe in between contractions?
    Lecture 12 12. How to combine the breathing techniques for the most painful contractions?
    Lecture 13 13. Body position during contractions
    Lecture 14 14. Body position when no contractions
    Lecture 15 15. What treatments can I have in the hospital?
    Lecture 16 16. What NOT TO DO during the delivery process?
    Lecture 17 17. Situational breathing: When and How?
    Lecture 18 18. How to prepare the perineum for the childbirth?
    Lecture 19 19. How can your partner help you?
    Lecture 20 20. Breathing technique during a push
    Lecture 21 21. PROS and CONS of epidural anaesthesia
    Lecture 22 22. If the amniotic fluid leaks
    Lecture 23 23. How to communicate with your baby during the childbirth?
    Lecture 24 24. How to communicate with the doctors and what questions to ask?
    Lecture 25 25. "Rebozo" technique for pain relief
    Lecture 26 Handbook with tips on labor pain relief
    Pregnant individuals who want to give birth naturally

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    Default Object Oriented Programming For Data Science

    Published 9/2022
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    Language: English | Size: 485.88 MB | Duration: 1h 25m

    Learn techniques used in real world Data Science

    What you'll learn
    This course includes video lectures, each of which focuses on a single, specific task on OOP that very often appears
    Great for Quants/ Economists, Data Scientists/ Software Engineers: the skills shown here, come up all the time.
    This is your Help Resource when you are under heavy pressure! No need to look at stackoverflow. Get job-ready skills.
    You will not need to google-search to find answers. You will need to perform tasks, but you will already have known the skills required.
    Simplify OOP , and learn only what is really needed for building Data Science programs
    The subtitles are manually created so they are fully accurate. They are not auto-generated.
    No pre-requisites. Out of all Python, you just need this knowledge. All yours.
    No experience required. You learn python by doing what is shown in the course.
    What is the course aboutbject Oriented Programming is fundamental when creating new software for data science. You do not have to learn ALL the Data Science and ALL software engineering in order to write efficient programs on Python.Rather, try to learn only what is necessary - the commands that are in this course are really fundamental and keep appearing all the time. And keep practicing on them over and over again until you master them!And this course can be your encyclopedia - even at workplace. When you don't remember how something is done, you just resort to this course. Every video is a building block. Once you know these building blocks you can do anything with large programs on data science. You might have realized that Python and Data Science are like an ocean.. you can keep learning and learning, but in the end, at work, you will need to perform, as quickly as possible. And this comes down to knowing the skills , the techniques, taught in this online course! And Object Oriented Programming , as a difficult subject, needs to be approached in a careful way, otherwise it may create confusion.Who:I am a research fellow and I lead industry projects related to energy investments using mathematical optimisation and data science. Specialized in the Data Science aspect of the Green Energy transition, focused on algorithmic design and optimisation methods, using economic principles. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Analytics & Mathematical Optimization applied to Energy Investments, from Imperial College London , and Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) degree in Power System Analysis (Electricity) and Economics . Important:No pre-requisites and no experience required.Every detail is explained, so that you won't have to search online, or guess. In the end you will feel confident in your knowledge and skills. We start from scratch, so that you do not need to have done any preparatory work in advance at all. Just follow what is shown on screen, because we go slowly and understand everything in detail.
    Section 1: Classes and OOP
    Lecture 1 Private & Protected variables
    Section 2: Functions and OOP
    Lecture 2 Lambdas & custom objects
    Section 3: Lists and OOP
    Lecture 3 How to unite/ concatenate lists of custom objects
    Lecture 4 How to do list comprehension with custom objects
    Lecture 5 How to read the next element of a list using next()
    Section 4: Dictionaries and OOP
    Lecture 6 Dictionary of dataclass objects
    Lecture 7 From a list to a dictionary of custom objects
    Lecture 8 How to use an Ordered Dictionary to group objects having a common attribute
    Enterpreneurs & Quants,Software engineers,Data Scientists,Anyone preparing for interviews with software engineering component.,Anyone involved in Data Science projects

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    Default Operating System Concepts-2 - Udemy

    Published 9/2022
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    Language: English | Size: 1.96 GB | Duration: 4h 21m

    Master the basics of multithreading, Pthreads, synchronization, locks, semaphores, concurrency, deadlocks from scratch.

    What you'll learn
    Why use threads in programs?
    What are the overheads of using processes?
    What is the key idea behind threads?
    Difference between single vs multithreaded processes
    Benefits of using threads.
    Pthread basics.
    How to create a thread using Pthread?
    How to pass parameters to a thread?
    How to use Pthread_self, Pthread_equal?
    How to terminate a thread?
    How to use Pthread_join to wait for a thread to terminate?
    How to return values from thread functions?
    How to wait for threads?
    How to detach a thread using Pthread_detach?
    What are global variables in threads?
    What is concurrency in programs?
    What are race conditions and atomic operations?
    What is synchronization?
    What are the correctness properties for synchronization solutions?
    How to enforce mutual exclusion?
    What are locks?
    How to use locks in Pthreads?
    How to avoid deadlock with locks?
    What are semaphores?
    What are synchronization patterns--bounded concurrent access, signaling?
    How to employ semaphores to avoid busy waiting?
    How multithreading interacts with multicores?
    What are the challenges of multicore programming?
    How to designing multithreaded programs?
    What are thread pools?
    What is the readers-writers problem?
    How to solve the readers-writers problem?
    What is the dining philosophers problem?
    How to solve the dining philosophers problem?
    What are the 4 necessary conditions for deadlocks?
    How to prevent deadlocks?
    What is resource allocation graph?
    How to handle deadlocks?
    How to implement threads?
    What are user threads and kernel threads?
    How are threads implemented in Linux?
    How are locks implemented?
    What is the TestAndSet atomic instruction?
    What are spin locks?
    How do locks influence performance?
    No previous knowledge about operating systems needed. Everything you need to know about the topics will be covered.
    Ace multithreading, Pthreads, synchronization, locks, semaphores, concurrency, deadlocks questions in competitive exams, job interviews, and OS course exams.Do you know: A single-threaded process can only execute on one core even if the machine has eight cores? A multithreaded process can exploit the true hardware parallelism! What are data races? What is process synchronization? What are atomic operations? How to implement correct multithreaded programs without data races? What are locks and semaphores? How do we use locks and semaphores to implement correct synchronization solutions? What are deadlocks? What are the necessary conditions for deadlocks? How do operating systems deal with deadlocks? How do operating systems implement threads? How do operating systems implement locks to ensure correct mutual exclusion and synchronization? Learn the explanations to these and many more intriguing questions in this course!Specifically, the course will cover the following in detail.Why use threads in programs?What are the overheads of using processes?What is the key idea behind threads?Difference between single vs multithreaded processes.Benefits of using threads.Pthread basics.How to create a thread using Pthread?How to pass parameters to a thread?How to use Pthread_self, Pthread_equal?How to terminate a thread?How to use Pthread_join to wait for a thread to terminate?How to return values from thread functions?How to wait for threads?How to detach a thread using Pthread_detach?What are global variables in threads?What is concurrency in programs?What are race conditions and atomic operations?What is synchronization?What are the correctness properties for synchronization solutions?How to enforce mutual exclusion?What are locks?How to use locks in Pthreads?How to avoid deadlock with locks?What are semaphores?What are synchronization patterns--bounded concurrent access, signaling?How to employ semaphores to avoid busy waiting?How multithreading interacts with multicores?What are the challenges of multicore programming?How to designing multithreaded programs?What are thread pools?What is the readers-writers problem?How to solve the readers-writers problem?What is the dining philosophers problem?How to solve the dining philosophers problem?What are the 4 necessary conditions for deadlocks?How to prevent deadlocks?What is resource allocation graph?How to handle deadlocks?How to implement threads?What are user threads and kernel threads?How are threads implemented in Linux?How are locks implemented?What is the TestAndSet atomic instruction?What are spin locks?How do locks influence performance?30 day money back guaranteed by Udemy.Wisdom scholarships. If you are interested in taking one of our courses but cannot purchase it, you can apply for a scholarship to enroll. Learn more about the application process at my website.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Why use threads?
    Lecture 2 Overheads of using processes
    Lecture 3 Key idea behind threads
    Lecture 4 Single vs multithreaded processes
    Lecture 5 Benefits of threads
    Section 2: Pthreads--POSIX Threads
    Lecture 6 Pthread basics
    Lecture 7 Creating a thread using Pthread
    Lecture 8 Passing parameters to thread
    Lecture 9 Pthread_self, Pthread_equal
    Lecture 10 Thread termination
    Lecture 11 Pthread_join--waiting for a thread to terminate
    Lecture 12 Returning values from thread functions
    Lecture 13 Waiting for threads
    Lecture 14 Pthread_detach--detaching a thread
    Lecture 15 Correct usage of pthread_join
    Lecture 16 Global variables in threads
    Section 3: Concurrency in programs
    Lecture 17 Introduction to concurrency--nondeterminism in concurrent programs
    Lecture 18 What is concurrency? An example.
    Lecture 19 Race condition and atomic operations
    Lecture 20 Mutual exclusion terminology and synchronization example
    Lecture 21 Correctness properties for synchronization solutions
    Lecture 22 Too much milk problem, approach 1
    Lecture 23 Too much milk problem, approach 2
    Lecture 24 Enforcing mutual exclusion
    Lecture 25 Shared variables and mutual exclusion requirements
    Lecture 26 Too much milk problem, approach 3
    Section 4: Locks
    Lecture 27 Locks
    Lecture 28 Locks in Pthreads
    Lecture 29 Locks in multiple critical sections
    Lecture 30 Lock granularity
    Lecture 31 Deadlock with locks
    Lecture 32 Mutual exclusion requirements from lock based solutions
    Section 5: Semaphores
    Lecture 33 Semaphores
    Lecture 34 More about semaphores, POSIX semaphores
    Lecture 35 Synchronization patterns-bounded concurrent access, signaling
    Lecture 36 Employing semaphores to avoid busy waiting
    Section 6: Multithreaded programs
    Lecture 37 Testing multithreaded programs
    Lecture 38 Multithreading and multicores
    Lecture 39 Challenges of multicore programming
    Lecture 40 Multithreading and single core
    Lecture 41 Designing multithreaded programs
    Lecture 42 Parallel computation using multithreaded programs
    Lecture 43 Thread pools
    Lecture 44 Supercomputing
    Section 7: Classical synchronization problems--readers-writers problem
    Lecture 45 Readers-writers problem
    Lecture 46 Readers-writers solution-shared data
    Lecture 47 Readers-writers solution-implementation notes
    Lecture 48 Readers-writers solution-writer process
    Lecture 49 Readers-writers solution-reader process
    Lecture 50 Readers-writes problem variations and reader-writer locks
    Lecture 51 Priority in readers-writers solution
    Section 8: Dining philosophers problem
    Lecture 52 Dining philosophers problem
    Lecture 53 Dining philosophers problem solution
    Lecture 54 Deadlock in Dining philosophers solution
    Lecture 55 Handling deadlock in dining philosophers solution
    Section 9: Deadlocks
    Lecture 56 Deadlocks--4 necessary conditions
    Lecture 57 Deadlocks condition-Mutual exclusion
    Lecture 58 Deadlocks conditions-Hold and wait, no preemption
    Lecture 59 Deadlocks condition-circular wait
    Lecture 60 Resource allocation graph and deadlocks
    Lecture 61 Resource allocation graph-example 1
    Lecture 62 Resource allocation graph-example 2, 3
    Lecture 63 Methods for handling deadlocks
    Section 10: Thread implementation
    Lecture 64 Thread implementation-User and kernel threads
    Lecture 65 Kernel threads
    Lecture 66 Combining user and kernel threads
    Lecture 67 Linux threads
    Section 11: Lock implementation
    Lecture 68 Lock variables
    Lecture 69 TestAndSet atomic instruction
    Lecture 70 Mutual exclusion using TestAndSet
    Lecture 71 Spin locks
    Lecture 72 Locks and performance
    Anyone interested in learning about operating systems in modern computers could benefit from this course.,Computer science undergraduate students taking an operating systems course could benefit from the course.,You may (optionally) wish to print some of the material.

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    Default Portrait Drawing In Charcoal

    Published 9/2022
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    For Beginners to Advance artists.

    What you'll learn
    Mastering to draw the charcoal portrait step by step
    Knowing how to use charcoal materials and its techniques
    Master the fundamentals of light and shadow
    Becoming fearless with Charcoal Medium
    Basic understanding of drawing and knowledge of light and shadow
    This Portrait Drawing in Charcoal course covers various aspects of portrait drawing with charcoal. Charcoal is a smooth material similar to chalk pastel. The dark substance comes in different forms-hard and soft-but overall it offers a nice sketching experience. It offers incredible depth in the drawing especially If you are working on a drawing that has deep shadows. The rich dark tones of charcoal helps in creating contrasting light and shadow similar as the principle of Chiaroscuro.Charcoal produces wide range of texture and depth into the drawing. When it comes to portrait drawing, charcoal is an exceptional medium for modelling and developing the details of the features.You will be able to understand the following -1. Get to know to how to construct the Portrait step by step2. Understanding the nuances the light and shadow and creating three-dimensional form3. Creating different types of Texture using Charcoal medium4. How to fine tune charcoal Portrait like Professional5. Knowing how to use different kinds of charcoal and PaperIf you've never taken this approach to drawing portrait in charcoal, give it a "Thumbs up". Charcoal is the perfect medium for beginners to advanced level. Start loose and eventually become more refined as you go.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Course Introduction
    Lecture 2 Charcoal Materials and Techniques
    Section 2: Block - In Stage
    Lecture 3 Block -In Stage -Part 1
    Lecture 4 Block -In Stage -Part 2
    Lecture 5 Block -In Stage -Part 3
    Section 3: Variation Of Darks
    Lecture 6 Variation Of Darks- Part 1
    Lecture 7 Variation Of Darks- Part 2
    Section 4: Variation Of Darks Continued
    Lecture 8 Variation of Darks Continued
    Section 5: Variation of Light
    Lecture 9 Modelling Of Light -Part -1
    Lecture 10 Variation of Light-Part -2
    Section 6: Variation of Light Continued
    Lecture 11 Modelling Of Light Continued -Part -1
    Lecture 12 Variation Of Light Continued- Part -2
    Section 7: Final Modelling Of Light and Dark
    Lecture 13 Final Modelling Of Light and Dark -Part -1
    Lecture 14 Final Rendering Of Light and Dark- Part -2
    Section 8: Final Rendering Of Light and Dark Continued
    Lecture 15 Final Rendering Of Light and Dark - Part-1
    Lecture 16 Final Rendering Of Light and Dark Continued - Part-2
    Section 9: Final Touches and Texture
    Lecture 17 Final Touches and Texture
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    Default Promotion Simplified

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    4 Steps for Career Advancement

    What you'll learn
    Create a Plan to demonstrate performance and development at the next level
    Tips to Execute on the plan and demonstrate development at the next level
    Tips to Self Advocate to build champions to support your path to promotion
    Understand a Winning case for promotion
    Performance Level: Minimum equivalent of "Meets Expectations'' for 1+ years
    Current Role: Minimum time in current role for 1+ years
    Promotion Simplified the 4 Steps to Advance Your Career, will help you earn, that next promotion!In this quick course you will learn the 4 critical and intentional steps to plan, execute, advocate, and build a winning case for promotion. Building the case for promotion requires a good performance rating, demonstrated abilities at the next level, and supportive champions for the case for promotion. Students will be able to have a better understanding of a framework to help build a case for the next promotion.Promotion is not based solely on performance ratings -- performance bonuses and merit increases are in place to reward you for high performance. Promotion is about your demonstrated ability to operate at the next level. To get a promotion approved, your Manager has to make the case with HR, their boss, and so on up the hierarchy to make a decision. This is all contingent on, budget and opening available to provide the higher compensation -- quite simply it's extra work to make the case for promotion so make it easy. Promotions are an artful balance of an individuals development, performance and overall brand. You'll need to consider all 3 to build a winning case. The goal here, is for your business case for promotion to be a no-brainer, a case that can be taken forward and easily get it approved --It's all about building your winning case for promotion.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Introduction
    Lecture 2 Anatomy of a Promotion
    Lecture 3 Exercise 1: Assess your case for promotion
    Section 2: Build Winning Case for Promotion
    Lecture 4 Example Manager Discussion
    Lecture 5 Overview
    Lecture 6 Plan
    Lecture 7 Exercise 2 Building your promotion case plan
    Lecture 8 Execute
    Lecture 9 Advocate
    Section 3: Final Thoughts
    Lecture 10 Win
    Lecture 11 Final Thoughts
    Corporate Professionals,Professional women of color struggling to make it to the next level

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    Default Achieving Low-Latency Data with Edge Computing

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    Skill Level: Intermediate | Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 1h 13m | Size: 182.3 MB

    Edge computing processes data at or near its actual physical source, which allows you to make data available faster than ever-without poor user experiences, bottlenecks, or system degradation. In this course, instructor Gregory Green walks you through how to achieve low latency by building a scaling architecture for edge computing data integration and management.
    Discover best practices for reliable messaging and patterns for throughput as well as low latency with flexible data pipelines and multisite cloud-based use cases. Explore some of the most important factors that affect edge computing latency, diving deeper into antipatterns and the pros and cons of database management technologies, with examples drawn from RabbitMQ, Apache Geode, MQTT, and Spring. Along the way, Gregory gives you tips and pointers with hands-on demonstrations of how to successfully design and implement edge computing architecture for low-latency data access in real time.

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    Default Advanced Energy Modeling For Leed

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    Energy Modeling for LEEDŽ Energy and Atmosphere

    What you'll learn
    This course is intended to guide project teams and LEED reviewers on EA Prerequisite 2 and EA Credit 1 requirements and documentation.
    It offers further information on EA Prerequisite 2 and EA Credit 1, streamlines the LEED documentation process, and provides a greater degree of consistency for
    a comparative summary of energy modeling requirements for baseline and proposed design models for ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2016, Appendix G, and California Title 24
    Energy Performance Compliance Path Requirements, focuses on the requirements of the credit and provides guidance on how to use the referenced standards and appl
    Energy Performance Compliance Path Documentation and Review, provides detailed guidance on documenting and reviewing credits. Common errors made in LEED EA Cred
    This course is designed to help energy professionals, including energy managers, energy engineers, facility and business managers, industrial engineers, supply chain professionals, utility officials, consultants, contractors, financial officers, and energy service company professionals become more aware of and effective at identifying and implementing the best energy management strategies.
    Advanced Energy Modeling for LEEDThis course is intended to guide project teams and LEED reviewers on EA Prerequisite 2 and EA Credit 1 requirements and documentation. It offers further information on EA Prerequisite 2 and EA Credit 1, streamlines the LEED documentation process, and provides a greater degree of consistency for both applicants and reviewers.It elaborates on the information provided in the LEED rating systems, reference guides, LEED Interpretations, and other guidance published by USGBC.The Advanced Energy Modeling for LEED Training Program was prepared by a Sr. Energy Specialist - Krishnaji PawarSpecialized in developing sustainable design strategies for Green Building Certification Systems (LEED, GSAS, etc.), Energy Management ,Energy Efficiency ,Energy Audit ,Building Commissioning,Environmental Impact Assessment & Environmental Management Systems.The intended users of this course are both LEED reviewers and applicants with intermediate or advanced understanding of energy modeling, referenced standards, and energy codes.Who this course is foreople seeking in-depth understanding of Energy Modeling or Simulation and Efficiency.A Energy Specialist or Professional including energy managers, energy engineers, facility and business managers, industrial engineers, supply chain professionals, utility officials, consultants, contractors, financial officers, and energy service company professionals become more aware of and effective at identifying and implementing the best energy management strategies.Architects, Urban planners, and landscape professionals.For students who need a deeper insight into Energy EngineeringLooking to gain employment in Energy Management and Efficiency - this sector is boomingKey TakeawaysLearn Energy Codes and StandardsUnderstand Energy Modeling RequirementsLeadership in Energy and Environmental Design - LEEDSimulation Software and Key Output ReportEnergy Performance PathExceptional CalculationsRenewable PowerGreen Power
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Introduction and Course Outline
    Section 2: Energy Codes and Referenced Standards
    Lecture 2 Energy Codes and Referenced Standards
    Section 3: Energy Modeling Requirements and Simulation Software
    Lecture 3 Standard Qualified Simulation Software
    Lecture 4 Energy Modeling Requirements - 1
    Lecture 5 Energy Modeling Requirements - 2
    Lecture 6 Energy Modeling Requirements - 3
    Lecture 7 Simulation Software - Key Output Reports
    Section 4: LEED Interpretations
    Lecture 8 LEED Interpretations - Advanced Energy Modeling For LEED
    Section 5: Energy Performance Compliance Path
    Lecture 9 Energy Performance Path -Input Quality Control Checklist
    Lecture 10 Energy Performance Path - HVAC System
    Lecture 11 Energy Performance Path - Energy Type Summary
    Lecture 12 Output-Input Consistency Quality Control Checklist
    Section 6: A typical Energy Systems and Scenarios
    Lecture 13 Exceptional Calculations
    Section 7: LEED Related Credits
    Lecture 14 Renewable Energy
    Section 8: Annotated LEED Credit Form- Sample
    Lecture 15 Annotated LEED Credit Form- Sample Study
    Section 9: Summary and Resources
    Lecture 16 Summary and resources
    This course is designed to help energy professionals, including energy managers, energy engineers, facility and business managers, industrial engineers, supply chain professionals, utility officials, consultants, contractors, financial officers, and energy service company professionals become more aware of and effective at identifying and implementing the best energy management strategies.,Building Professionals who want to learn more about Energy Management and Energy Efficiency.,For those who are starting their journey in the Energy Management and Energy Efficiency Profession.

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    Default Aerospace Engineering For Kids

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    Tutors for ages 6-16 | Practical Experiments | STEM

    What you'll learn
    Understand the concept of flying mechanisms
    Perceive the concepts behind the origin of scientific term "force"
    Discover the mechanism of planes, Blimps, Rockets, Parachutes and Helicopter
    Assemble the tools needed for applications of the topics considered
    Apply Engineering Design Process to build 6 amazing hardware models
    No requirements needed. Students will learn everything they need to know
    This course is for tutors who will teach their kids"The sky is not the limit, it's just the beginning "Do you have what it takes to become an aerospace engineer? Like all other engineers, aerospace engineers need a strong background in science and mathematics. They have to give a lot of thought to the materials used in "flying machines" so that they aren't too heavy, can travel at fast speeds, and are safe. They also need to decide how the machines will be shaped, controlled, and powered. It is known that naturally kids are born inventors. They love exploring, experimenting, and creating different things from paper plane launchers to paper rockets. Kids will explore the forces such as gravity and the world around them. Aerospace engineering projects boost young kids' ability to make use of their brains hence it enhances problem-solving, enabling them to ask questions, and creating an avenue for budding aerospace engineers to show off their abilities. Aerospace engineering projects allow kids to come out with new ideas and create things.course ObjectivesKids will understand the concept of the flying mechanismPerceive the concepts behind the origin of scientific terms of 'Force'Discover the mechanism of planes, blimps, rockets, parachutes and Helicopters.Assemble the tools needed for the applications of the topics considered.
    Section 1: Introduction to Aerospace Engineering | How Blimps work?
    Lecture 1 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
    Lecture 2 What is Blimp?
    Lecture 3 Parts of the Blimp
    Lecture 4 Lesson4: History pf the Blimp
    Lecture 5 Engineering Design Process (Part1)
    Lecture 6 Practical Workshop
    Lecture 7 Engineering Design Process (Part2)
    Section 2: Planes
    Lecture 8 Introduction to planes
    Lecture 9 Forces acting on a plan
    Lecture 10 More details about the four forces acting on plane
    Lecture 11 Parts of the plane
    Lecture 12 History of the plane
    Lecture 13 Engineering design process (part1)
    Lecture 14 Practical workshop
    Lecture 15 Engineering design process (part2)
    Section 3: Straw Rockets
    Lecture 16 Introduction to straw rocket
    Lecture 17 How rockets fly?
    Lecture 18 Rockets history
    Lecture 19 Parts of the rockets
    Lecture 20 Engineering Design Process (part1)
    Lecture 21 Practical Workshop
    Lecture 22 Engineering Design process (part2)
    Section 4: Rocket launcher
    Lecture 23 Introduction to rocket launcher
    Lecture 24 Rockets
    Lecture 25 Newton's third law of motion
    Lecture 26 Launching the rocket
    Lecture 27 Engineering Design Process (part1)
    Lecture 28 Practical workshop
    Lecture 29 Engineering Design Process (part2)
    Section 5: Parachutes
    Lecture 30 Introduction to parachutes
    Lecture 31 What is the parachute?
    Lecture 32 How parachutes work?
    Lecture 33 The parachute design
    Lecture 34 Engineering design process (part1)
    Lecture 35 Practical workshop
    Lecture 36 Engineering design process (part2)
    Section 6: Helicopter
    Lecture 37 Introduction to helicopter
    Lecture 38 What is helicopter?
    Lecture 39 Advantage of helicopters
    Lecture 40 Parts of helicopter
    Lecture 41 History of helicopters
    Lecture 42 Engineering Design Process (part1)
    Lecture 43 Practical Workshop
    Lecture 44 Engineering Design Process (part2)
    the course is for tutors who will teach their kids from 6 to 16 years old,Parents are responsible for purchasing and following up with their students

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    Default Animal Control- Service Call Standards

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    Learn how to be a more EFFECTIVE Animal Control Officer. Lessen the burden on the shelter. Lessen euthanasia

    What you'll learn
    Classify and prioritize field calls and activities
    Be prepared in the field everyday
    Develop instincts and tactics in the field
    Service calls effectively
    No experience required
    Recommend Basic ACO training
    Recommend knowing local ordinances and state laws
    Animal Control Officers: Service Call StandardsIn this course you will learn how to service calls and improve your effectiveness as an ACO in the field. It can also be an incredibly beneficial tool to uncover hidden insights, discover recurring trends and lesson the burden on the shelter. This course will give you the skills and knowledge you need in the field to start helping your community by learning how to manage the animal population and reduce or prevent violations.Your outcomeHow to organize and prioritize callsHow to be prepared for callsLearn what equipment you need to be effectiveLearn what paperwork and educational tools you need to be effectiveHow to develop instinct and strategies for callsEnhance your awareness for the fieldLearn how to identify different types of animal behaviorHow to effectively educate owners Learn how to service calls effectively How to make the biggest impact for the animal communityThis course gives you1 hr 55 min of rich learning contentFeaturing 6 meaningful stories24 available PDF /Word templates for your use4 quizzes4 Interactive assignmentsSelf-paced learningThis course is for All levels of Animal control officers who are looking to improve the community and skill set of their shelter and fellow officers.We provide tips and advice from professionals that have conducted a multitude of different scenarios and call types found out in the field. The course can be completed in 1 hr 55 min with 4 quizzes completely online and accessible on the go. All easily accessible on Udemy app, laptop, phone.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Welcome!
    Lecture 2 What you'll learn in this course
    Lecture 3 Why is this course important?
    Section 2: How to Organize Calls
    Lecture 4 Classifications and Prioritization of Calls
    Lecture 5 Story Time: Wrong Classification
    Section 3: How to be Prepared for Calls
    Lecture 6 Equipment and Paperwork
    Lecture 7 Story Time: Eleanor
    Lecture 8 Educational Tools
    Lecture 9 Story Time: The Easiest Fix
    Section 4: How to Develop Instinct and Strategies to Service Calls
    Lecture 10 Things to look/listen for
    Lecture 11 Story Time: Friendly Cat
    Lecture 12 Dog behavior
    Lecture 13 Story Time: Burrito Dog
    Lecture 14 History Search/ Creating History
    Lecture 15 Story Time: Evanescence's History
    Lecture 16 Educational Strategies
    Section 5: Servicing the call
    Lecture 17 Consistent Proper Response to Calls
    Section 6: Conclusion
    Lecture 18 What you have learned and How you can improve for the future.
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    Default Aws Business Essentials - The Business Value Of Aws [2022]

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    Learn the fundamentals & benefits of cloud computing and how to migrate to AWS | Build a business case for AWS cloud

    What you'll learn
    Identify the value and advantages of the AWS Cloud
    Recognize the valuable ways that the AWS platform can be used
    Understand the robust security capabilities, controls and assurances in place to maintain data and network security
    Articulate the financial impact the AWS Cloud can have on an organization's cost management
    Formulate a business case for moving to the AWS Cloud
    Plan your migration to the AWS Cloud
    This course is designed for non-technical professionals
    Suitable for Cloud Computing beginners and AWS beginners
    Absolutely no prior experience necessary
    In this course, you will learn the benefits of cloud computing, how cloud computing compares to traditional operating models, and how a cloud strategy can help you meet your business objectives. This course explores the advantages of cloud computing for your business and the fundamentals of Amazon Web Services (AWS), including financial benefits. This course will also help you to build your business case, identify migration options and introduce you to important compliance and security concepts.We use a highly visual and effective method of teaching cloud computing and AWS concepts using diagrams and animations. There are also many demonstrations so you can see how the AWS Cloud works and really understand the power of cloud computing.If you're considering how a cloud strategy can help take your business to the next level, this course is for you. Cloud computing changes the game - driving operational efficiency, lowering costs and accelerating innovation. Watch the intro video to learn how this course will help you gain an in-depth understanding of the business value of AWS. In this AWS Business Essentials course, the topics you'll learn include:Cloud Computing FundamentalsThe Definition of Cloud ComputingComparing Cloud Computing to Traditional ITCloud Computing Deployment Models Cloud Computing Service Models: IaaS, PaaS, SaaSScalability and ElasticityHigh Availability and Fault ToleranceIntroduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS)Overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS)AWS Global PresenceAWS Network TopologyAWS Pricing Models and SLAsNavigating the AWS Management ConsoleIntroduction to Key AWS ServicesAWS Compute - Amazon EC2AWS Storage - Amazon S3, Amazon EFS, Amazon EBSAWS Databases - Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon RedShiftServerless - AWS LambdaAnalytics / Machine Learning - Amazon Kinesis, Amazon EMRBuilding HA/FT Applications on AWS - Amazon Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon EC2 Auto ScalingAutomation on AWS - AWS Elastic BeanstalkInfrastructure as Code - AWS CloudFormationThe Business Case for Cloud ComputingThe Key Business Benefits of Cloud ComputingEnterprise use cases for AWS Cloud ServicesBuilding a Business Case for CloudEstablishing Costs: The AWS Pricing CalculatorBusiness Models and ValueMigrating to the AWS CloudAWS Migration ToolsAWS Trusted AdvisorManaging and Operating in the CloudHigher-level Managed ServicesSecurity in the AWS Cloud How to avoid Vendor Lock-inWHAT DO OTHER STUDENTS SAY?Check out the excellent course reviews we've received from our happy students:"Always good to review the basics. First we learn to crawl, then we walk, eventually we learn to run. Well explained and well organized process of teaching""This course does an excellent job of introducing you to the world of AWS and exploring the business case for implementing this and other cloud solutions""Basics of cloud computing explained very elaborately. Concepts broken down into smaller appropriate courses making it easier to learn and stay engaged."MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORHi, my name is Neal Davis - I'll be your instructor for this course. Cloud Computing is my Passion - which is why I founded Digital Cloud Training - offering training resources that represent a higher quality standard than is otherwise available in the market. I created this course to help you understand the business benefits of cloud computing. I enjoy teaching on Udemy as it allows me to leverage my knowledge and hands-on experience that I have built over the last 20 years.Yes, I've been working in the Cloud space since its very inception!OUR SUCCESS IN NUMBERSOver 500,000 students enrolled in our AWS courses4.7 Star instructor ratings from over 80,000 reviewsOur students pass the AWS exam with an average score of over 85%Money-back guaranteeWe are totally confident in the value of this course which comes with a 30-day unconditional money-back guarantee. Get lifetime access now - risk-free!
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Introduction
    Lecture 2 Help and Support
    Lecture 3 Meet your Instructor
    Lecture 4 Course Download
    Section 2: Cloud Computing Fundamentals
    Lecture 5 Introduction
    Lecture 6 The Definition of Cloud Computing
    Lecture 7 Comparing Cloud Computing to Traditional IT
    Lecture 8 Cloud Computing Deployment Models
    Lecture 9 Cloud Computing Service Models
    Lecture 10 Scalability and Elasticity
    Lecture 11 High Availability and Fault Tolerance
    Section 3: Introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    Lecture 12 Introduction
    Lecture 13 Overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    Lecture 14 AWS Global Presence
    Lecture 15 AWS Network Topology
    Lecture 16 AWS Pricing and SLAs
    Lecture 17 Navigating the AWS Management Console
    Section 4: Introduction to Key AWS Services
    Lecture 18 Introduction
    Lecture 19 AWS Compute
    Lecture 20 AWS Storage
    Lecture 21 AWS Databases
    Lecture 22 Serverless
    Lecture 23 Analytics / Machine Learning
    Lecture 24 Building HA/FT Applications on AWS
    Lecture 25 Automation on AWS
    Lecture 26 Infrastructure as Code - AWS CloudFormation
    Section 5: The Business Case for Cloud Computing
    Lecture 27 Introduction
    Lecture 28 The Key Business Benefits of Cloud Computing
    Lecture 29 Enterprise use cases for AWS Cloud Services
    Lecture 30 Building a Business case for Cloud
    Lecture 31 Establishing costs
    Section 6: Migrating to the AWS Cloud
    Lecture 32 Introduction
    Lecture 33 AWS Migration Tools
    Lecture 34 AWS Trusted Advisor
    Section 7: Managing and Operating in the Cloud
    Lecture 35 Introduction
    Lecture 36 Higher-level Managed Services
    Lecture 37 Security in the AWS Cloud
    Lecture 38 Avoiding Lock-in
    Section 8: Final Thoughts
    Lecture 39 Final Thoughts and Recommendations
    Lecture 40 Bonus Lesson
    IT business decision makers,Managers, Projects Managers and Consultants,Individuals who are new to working with AWS,Professionals who want to build a business case for AWS cloud,Anyone interested in learning about the benefits of cloud computing on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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    Default Aws Essentials - Hands-On Learning

    Last updated 11/2018
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    With comprehensive material on each topic and demos / labs for each section

    What you'll learn
    Students will get complete idea about various services in AWS platform and how to use them.
    Grasp the fundametals of AWS including Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), AWS databases (RDS and others) and various application services.
    This course provides good foundation for Associate level certification and covers most of the exam topics in depth.
    This course is designed to learn AWS from scratch and no prior knowledge is required.
    With technological advancements, cloud computing is becoming the standard and mainstream in IT world. Companies of all sizes are looking to transform existing traditional IT services to "Cloud". The market for Cloud Computing services is exploding and the demand for developers with Cloud Computing skills continues to grow. Currently AWS is the leading provider of cloud services.This course will help you to understand essentials of AWS and provides details and demos / labs for each topic. We will also provide resources and scripts used in various demos so that you can try things on your own and gain more confidence. Our theory and labs sections of this course will make it very easy for you to follow through and quickly gain a very good understanding of the AWS platform. Our goal was to take the complexity away in understanding and learning AWS platform.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Promo Video
    Lecture 2 Introduction
    Section 2: AWS Fundamentals - Access Management and Global Infrastructure
    Lecture 3 Identity and Access Management - Part 1
    Lecture 4 Identity and Access Management - Part 2
    Lecture 5 IAM - Demo 1
    Lecture 6 IAM - Demo 2
    Lecture 7 IAM - Demo 3
    Lecture 8 Global Infrastructure
    Lecture 9 Global Infrastructure Demo
    Section 3: AWS Storage Services
    Lecture 10 Simple Storage Service - Part 1
    Lecture 11 S3 - Demo 1
    Lecture 12 Simple Storage Service - Part 2
    Lecture 13 S3 - Demo 2
    Lecture 14 Simple Storage Service - Part 3
    Lecture 15 S3 - Demo 3
    Section 4: AWS Compute Services and Load Balancer
    Lecture 16 Elastic Compute Cloud - Part 1
    Lecture 17 EC2 - Demo 1
    Lecture 18 Elastic Compute Cloud - Part 2
    Lecture 19 EC2 - Demo 2
    Lecture 20 Elastic Load Balancer
    Lecture 21 EC2 - Demo 3
    Lecture 22 Route 53
    Section 5: AWS Databases
    Lecture 23 Database - Part 1
    Lecture 24 Database - Demo
    Lecture 25 Database - Part 2
    Section 6: AWS Application Services
    Lecture 26 ApplicationServices - Part 1
    Lecture 27 ApplicationServices - Demo Details
    Lecture 28 ApplicationServices - Demo 1
    Lecture 29 ApplicationServices - Part 2
    Lecture 30 ApplicationServices - Demo 2
    Lecture 31 ApplicationServices - Part 3
    Lecture 32 ApplicationServices - Demo 3
    Section 7: AWS Network Services
    Lecture 33 VPC
    Lecture 34 VPC - Demo 1
    Lecture 35 VPC - Demo 2
    Lecture 36 Next Steps
    Anyone who likes to learn about AWS and how to use various services in real time.,This course will also help in preparation of AWS Certification exams (Practitioner, Associate).

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    Default BBC Microbit within Python and Block-Coding Through Projects

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    From basics to Conditional Structures

    What you'll learn
    Be able to learn and understand the functionality of BBC Microbit Device
    Be able to have great beginning to understand the concept of Python Programming language
    Be able to control the Microbit's sensors and all other parts by coding
    Be able to improve improve the Python Programming skills
    No programming experience nor knowledge of BBC Microbit needed, You will learn everything from zero
    Whom does this course target?
    The course is intended for the learners who are passionate to learn the hardware control through programming language. It will lead you to improve programming skills along with learning hardware tools using BBC Microbit.
    What is the reason to learn programming from hardware tools?
    Well, some students enjoy coding directly from coding without any hardware tools. Rest of the students might not prefer same way. They like to see result in a device which will motivate and make them feel they have done something. This approach will help them a lot for moving forward in their learning progress. It is fantastic to handle a programmed device that you have done. It is a big reason to be positive to learn and do more practices
    What do I learn in coding?
    You will learn how to code in block-coding and python programming languages. You will be acquainted with variables, building conditional structures, repetitive structure and more using both coding types. You will see the coding of assigned tasks in block-coding and then python programming languages. Both types of languages are explained clearly.
    This course is the first series of the hardware control courses. There will be coming courses that will help you to get deep understanding at project production skills.
    Who this course is for
    This course is for learners who are passionate to improve about hardware control and programming skills

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    Default Build A Strong Relationship With Your Manager

    Last updated 11/2021
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    Re-think how you're working with your manager (you're not "managing up")

    What you'll learn
    Learn why "managing up" is the wrong way to think about working with your manager
    Realize how common misconceptions about working with your manager may be holding you back in your success at work
    Grasp the 5 key facts about what "managing up" really is
    Learn the 10 things managers want their teams to know about working with them
    Refresh your memory of how to use 1:1 meetings to nurture your relationship with your manager
    Assess the current and ideal states of your relationship with your manager
    Tips on working remotely with your manager
    Tips on building towards a promotion
    You have a manager or supervisor, someone who directs your work
    Time to watch the lectures and complete the activities
    An open mind and a desire to learn how to build a relationship with your manager
    When you hear the term "managing up," do you start groaning? Do you think you have to "play politics" to work with your manager? It is all about being the "favorite" employee, you wonder?Well, time to stop groaning, and instead, it's time to start building a relationship with your manager.Managing up isn't manipulation, and it isn't brown-nosing. Instead, it's about a relationship: building and nurturing a relationship with your manager.This course will help you undo some of the wrong and old thinking you may have about working with your manager. I'll also share strategies that strong leaders I've coached regularly use when working with their managers.Your relationship with your manager is one of the most important relationships you have. This person delegates work to you, gives you feedback, and can play a role in getting you a promotion (or making it difficult to get one).Hence, it's key you dedicate time to learning how to build and nurture a relationship with your manager.This course will help you in your current role and future ones. I'll share information you will use throughout your entire career.In this course, you will:Learn why "managing up" is the wrong way to think about working with your managerAssess the current and ideal states of your relationship with your managerRealize how common misconceptions about working with your manager may be holding you back in your success at workGrasp the 5 key facts about what "managing up" really isLearn the 10 things managers want their teams to know about working with themRefresh your memory of how to use 1:1 meetings to nurture your relationship with your managerTips on working remotely with your managerGain ideas on how to begin to advocate for a promotionMy POV comes from over 20 years of experience coaching founders, CEOs, CFOs, CTOs, and VPs. I've trained over 20K people worldwide, and that number doesn't include all of you, my Udemy students. I know what your manager wants you to do more and less of, and in this course, I'll share that with you. I'm excited to work with you, and after you finish the course, I'll add additional content quarterly and invite you to free monthly webinars with live coaching. Are you ready to take control of your career and build a strong relationship with your manager? Then, let's get started now!For additional information, including refunds and complaints, please see Udemy Terms of Use, which is linked from the footer of this page.For more information regarding administrative policies, please contact our support using the Help and Support link at the bottom of this page.
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Welcome & Course Overview
    Lecture 2 Assessing Your Relationship With Your Manager
    Lecture 3 A Note for Leaders: Even if You Manage Teams Now, This Course is For Your
    Section 2: Re-Thinking Managing Up
    Lecture 4 Misconceptions About Managing Up
    Lecture 5 Breaking Down Misconceptions: Activity
    Lecture 6 5 Key Facts About "Managing Up"
    Lecture 7 Key Traits of Successful Relationship-Builders
    Lecture 8 10 Things Your Manager Wants You to Know (And They Haven't Told You)
    Lecture 9 Rank What You Need to Do: Activity
    Lecture 10 Best Practices for 1:1s With Your Manager (a refresher is a good idea!)
    Lecture 11 Handout: Best Practices for 1:1 meetings
    Section 3: New and Changing Relationships
    Lecture 12 Getting to Know A New Manager
    Lecture 13 Want a Promotion? A Few Tips to Get You Started.
    Lecture 14 Influencing Your Manager While Working Remotely
    Section 4: Moving Forward
    Lecture 15 Congratulations and Two Things to Learn Next!
    This course is ideal for entry-level employees,The content will also help people who have never stopped to think about their relationship with their manager

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    Building Java applications requires more than knowing the Java language. This course will teach you the tools, libraries, and practices you need to start building Java SE 17 applications

    To really master Java and start building your own Java applications, you need to go beyond learning the language. In this course, Building an Application Using Java SE 17, you will see all the tools, libraries, and practices you need to start building real-world Java applications. Most of your time during this course will be spent in the IDE, building a Java 17 application together from scratch. First, you'll explore topics such as: building Java projects using Maven, and using Java 17 language features. Next, you'll dive into testing code using JUnit, and calling a web API using Java's HttpClient. Finally, you'll learn about storing data in a relational database using JDBC, and creating a REST API using JAX-RS. After finishing this course, you'll be able to understand and contribute to large Java application codebases. Of course you won't be an expert in all the technologies we use in this course, so you can also continue learning in specific areas.

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    Default Building Wealth By Starting A Business (Lessons By A CEO)

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    For anyone looking to grow a successful brand and reach financial freedom through hard work and patience

    What you'll learn
    Learn how to invest the right way.
    Learn how to build cash flow.
    Learn how to build a successful brand.
    Learn how to secure your wealth once you have it.
    No requirements just a phone or a laptop/desktop.
    The primary goal of this course is to help you achieve financial freedom by building a cash-flowing business and then distributing those earnings into more income streams.
    This takes hard work, dedication, and years of practice. Just think about becoming a doctor. It's not something that takes a month to do. It takes years and can take decades to reach the top and be the best in your profession. Achieving financial freedom is the same, so don't expect to take any course and become a millionaire in a month. Yes, some get lucky and hit it big on a new hot crypto coin or win the lottery, but it doesn't happen that way for most people who become wealthy.
    So if your goal is to become financially free by building a cash-flowing business, this course is for you. We will cover
    What business is the right one for you
    What it takes to start and grow a business
    Free and paid strategies that you can use to build a successful business
    What to do with your earnings
    For beginners and advanced entrepreneurs
    And much more
    I hope you enjoy the course and that growing a business changes your life like it did mine. I made this course to help anyone that wants to build wealth, and I do not up-sell or cross-sell anything inside the course.
    Filip Boksa
    Who this course is for
    Those who are looking to build wealth by using business and investment fundamentals.

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    Default Business Presentation Skills For Nonnative English Speakers

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    Mastering Public Speaking One Skill at a Time

    What you'll learn
    Recognize what makes a successful business presenter in any language
    Overcome the specific challenges of nonnative English speakers while maintaining your authentic voice
    Identify and reduce visible signs of anxiety in making presentations
    Increase confidence in a variety of presentation settings
    Speak clearly and understandably in English, regardless of accent or fluency
    Reduce reliance on speaking notes when presenting
    Organize ideas quickly and logically
    Use body language to express ideas, increase understandability, and build connection
    Master challenging questions and answers
    Present data and stories effectively
    Design and deliver slides (without reading them!)
    Integrate your own cultural norms and language into presentations to educate, engage, and inspire
    Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned presenter, you'll find tips, tools, and techniques that will improve your presentation skills immediately!
    American author Mark Twain once commented: "There are two kinds of speakers: those that are nervous and those that are liars." In other words, no matter how experienced you are when it comes to making presentations, there is going to be some particular audience, topic, or timing that is going to give you some sleepless nights and an upset stomach in the morning.But for a growing subset of global business professionals-those who need to present in English when English isn't their native language-the anxiety related to speaking in public is even more pronounced.Considering the language barriers to overcome, the cultural norms to learn, and the general challenges associated with public speaking, nonnative English speakers have it harder than most.This course makes it easier.Dozens of courses provide instruction in how to improve your presentation skills. But Business Presentation Skills for Nonnative English Speakers is a practical, tactical, and supportive how-to course aimed at addressing the unique problems that nonnative English speakers like you experience when they attempt to deliver a presentation in public.This isn't an English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) course, nor is it an accent-modification class. It's a tool kit to help you develop your confidence, competence, and cultural comfort when you have to make business presentations in English -- and English isn't your first language.My name is Deborah Grayson Riegel, and I've taught presentation and communication skills all over the world - from the Beijing International MBA program at Peking University in China to Wharton Business School in the United States, and with global clients -- all with company names you definitely know and with products and services you probably use every day. This course captures the tips, tools, and techniques I've shared with my clients from every continent (except for Antarctica - so far!), and have written about in my book, "Tips of the Tongue: The Nonnative English Speaker's Guide to Mastering Public Speaking".This course is for you if:English is your second (or third or fourth) language.Your job requires you to make presentations frequently.You work for a global company.You experience anxiety when speaking in public, and your worries are worsened by the extra burden of having to speak in English.You feel like your English is pretty good-until you have to make a presentation in front of an audience.You are afraid that you'll say the wrong thing, gesture inappropriately, or bore the audience.You worry that your struggle to present in English will undermine the message you are trying to get across.You are self-conscious about your accent.Presenting in virtual or hybrid environments creates additional challenges for you.You want improve FAST! (If you do the work in this course, you should get better quickly!)This course will help you toevelop your ConfidenceIncrease your CompetenceImprove your Cultural Comfort...when making business presentations in English.And what if your first language is English? Keep watching. If you could use a refresher on how to structure your presentation, engage your audience, manage the questions and answers (Q&A), and more, then you'll find a lot in here that's useful for you, too.I hope you join me on this learning journey. I have so much to share with you.Let's get started, shall we?Warmly,Deborah Grayson Riegel
    Section 1: Part 1: Setting the Foundation for this Course
    Lecture 1 Getting Started
    Lecture 2 Understanding the Unique Presentation Challenges of Nonnative English Speakers
    Lecture 3 5 Exceptional Presentation Principles for Every Speaker
    Lecture 4 5 More Exceptional Presentation Principles for Every Speaker
    Lecture 5 4 Special Considerations for Nonnative English Speakers
    Lecture 6 Self-Check
    Section 2: Part 2: Develop Your Confidence
    Lecture 7 Navigating Public Speaking Anxiety
    Lecture 8 What Undermines YOUR Confidence?
    Lecture 9 Confidence Building Strategy #1: Tell Yourself You're Excited, Not Scared
    Lecture 10 Confidence Building Strategy #2: Exercise and Breathe
    Lecture 11 Confidence Building Strategy #3: Separate Facts from Stories
    Lecture 12 Confidence Building Strategy #4: Plan a Dialogue rather than a Monologue
    Lecture 13 Confidence Building Strategy #5: Reduce the Visible signs of Anxiety
    Section 3: Build Your Competence by Using Language and Structure to Sell Your Ideas
    Lecture 14 Learn the 3 V's of Communication
    Lecture 15 Verbal Strategy #1: Structuring Your Presentation
    Lecture 16 Verbal Strategy #2: Effective Introductions
    Lecture 17 Verbal Strategy #3: Organizing Your Ideas - Part 1
    Lecture 18 Verbal Strategy #3: Organizing Your Ideas - Part 2
    Lecture 19 Verbal Strategy #5: Using Transitions to Create Flow
    Lecture 20 Verbal Strategy #6: Navigating Q&A - Part 1
    Lecture 21 Verbal Strategy #7 Navigating Q&A - Part 2
    Lecture 22 Verbal Strategy #8 Navigating Q&A - Part 3
    Lecture 23 Verbal Strategy #9: Knowing When to Use Data and Stories
    Section 4: Build Your Competence by Using Your Voice Powerfully
    Lecture 24 Vocal Strategy #1: Embrace the Power of the Pause
    Lecture 25 Vocal Strategy #2: Vary your Volume
    Lecture 26 Vocal Strategy #3: Play with Your Pitch and Pace
    Section 5: Build Your Competence by Mastering Your Visual Impact
    Lecture 27 Visual Strategy #1: Use Your Body to Reinforce Your Message
    Lecture 28 Visual Strategy #2: Make Deliberate Eye Contact
    Lecture 29 Visual Strategy #3: Don't Hide Behind the Furniture
    Lecture 30 Visual Strategy #4: Use Your Hands
    Lecture 31 Visual Strategy #5: How to Present Slides
    Section 6: Improve Your Cultural Comfort
    Lecture 32 Cultural Comfort Strategy #1: Become Culturally Intelligent
    Lecture 33 Cultural Comfort Strategy #2: Be Mindful of Gender
    Lecture 34 Cultural Comfort Strategy #3: Embrace Your Culture
    Section 7: Wrapping it All Up
    Lecture 35 Final Self-Check: What Did You Learn?
    Lecture 36 Final Words and Next Steps
    Professionals for whom English is their second, third, or fourth language (or more)!,Professionals whose jobs requires them to make presentations occasionally or frequently.,Professionals who experience anxiety when speaking in public, and whose worries are worsened by the extra burden of having to speak in English.,Professionals who feel like their English is pretty good-until they have to make a presentation in front of an audience.,Professionals who are afraid that they'll say the wrong thing, gesture inappropriately, or bore the audience.,Professionals who are self-conscious about their accent or language fluency when presenting.,Professionals whose slide decks are too wordy and hard to understand.,Professionals who need to get better at presenting in a virtual environment.,Professionals who want to take their presentation skills from poor to good, or from good to great!

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