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Creating a Simple 3D Game with XNA

About

Creating a Simple 3D Game with XNA is a guide to the basic methodology needed to program a 3D game. XNA, the Microsoft developed programming tools acting as a wrapper for the industry standard Direct X, has been increasing in popularity thanks to its goal of streamlining the 3D programming process and its innate ability to cross-develop for the Xbox 360. Along with this Blender, developed by 'The Blender Foundation' is a 3D development tool publicly available for free download, having a breadth of features comparable to commercial 3D applications. This tutorial is designed to provide a guide to combining these two easily available tools to help create games in as simple and a visual way as possible, for the purposes of; This tutorial revolves around a simple game revolving around the user playing a fish chasing other fishes swimming in the opposite direction. Examples of all of the basic elements to get started on a simple game are included, including controls, sound, and gameplay. If you are a programmer or 3D modeler, feel free to contribute! Any extra content is appreciated!

7 hours

$1,990

RAC Attack - Oracle Cluster Database at Home

About

RAC Attack is a free curriculum and platform for hands-on learning labs related to Oracle RAC (cluster database). We believe that the best way to learn about RAC is with a lot of hands-on experience. This curriculum has been used by individuals at home and by instructors in classes since 2008. PLEASE NOTE: This is the wiki for the Oracle11g version of RAC Attack, which has more lenient hardware requirements.If you are looking for the Oracle12c version of RAC Attack, please go to the wiki for that version, you'll be glad you did... :) RAC Attack is on the road!! Details are on the /Events page. There are five items on the roadmap: The project began in April of 2008 at the IOUG Collaborate conference in Denver, Colorado. IOUG had a classroom full of PCs, and because of a cancellation the room became empty for an afternoon. It didn't seem right to have so many PCs sitting idle at an educational event like Collaborate, so Jeremy and a few others created a set of labs - on the spot - to walk people through making a RAC cluster on OEL with VMware. Using these labs, they offered an impromptu hands-on RAC workshop to Collaborate participants. The workshop was received well and before long there were requests to repeat and enhance it. At one point it was offered in Chicago and Dan coined the name "RAC Attack" - and this name has stuck ever since.

7 hours

$1,990

Using SPSS and PASW

About

SPSS or "Statistical Package for the Social Sciences" is a software program widely used in the social sciences for conducting statistical analysis of data. The company that produced the software was SPSS, Inc., but it was bought in 2008 by IBM. During the transition, the software package was renamed to PASW, but has since been renamed back to SPSS. [1] This course is a rudimentary introduction to the use of SPSS for basic statistical analysis. the course is written with a focus on social scientific analysis in mind (particularly Sociology). Part I of the course covers basic operations within SPSS, from installing it to manipulating data. Part II illustrates how to do a variety of basic statistical tests. This course was written by beginners for beginners. More advanced users of SPSS should consider a different text or the manual that comes with the program itself. Throughout this text, example data are from a nationally representative sample of Genetic Counselors collected in 2006. [2] The data have been anonymized such that individual Genetic Counselors are not identifiable. If you'd like to use the example data set to learn how to use SPSS, please contact the primary author via his talk page. Part of the Social Sciences Collection

7 hours

$1,990

Crypt Setup

About

In this course, The trainer will explain how to encrypt your partitions using Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format (LUKS) on your Linux based computer or laptop. There are two methods to encrypt your data: You need to install the following package. It contains cryptsetup, a utility for setting up encrypted filesystems using Device Mapper and the dm-crypt target.

7 hours

$1,990

Git

About

Git is an open source distributed version control system (DVCS), mainly used for source code management (SCM), with an emphasis on speed. Git was initially designed and created by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development. Git operates on a decentralized architecture, so every Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with a complete history and full revision-tracking capabilities, and is not dependent upon network access or a central server. Unlike popular non-distributed predecessors, such as Subversion and CVS, Git only needs a central server for one thing: publishing changes to users of that server. You can equally share changes directly with other people without the need to consult a central hub. Also unlike the monolithic design of Subversion and CVS, Git follows the typical Unix philosophy with a great many small components that do single atomic tasks. Of course, only a few of the dozens of separate commands are often used. Most commands are for specialized actions, and a good portion are designed to be called by shell scripts rather than users.

7 hours

$1,990

MeGUI

About

MeGUI is a video conversion application for Windows, which was primarily designed to be a DVD ripper, but is capable of many transcoding tasks. It is essentially a frontend for many free tools, but also includes a number of utilities to enhance the conversion process. MeGUI is a free program which has many ties with doom9.org. There is now a page of links to video encoding related topics.

Content

  • Presentation 
  • Installation 
  • Configuration - how to setup MeGUI. 
  • FAQ 

7 hours

$1,990

Basics of MySQL

About

MySQL is a free, widely used SQL engine. It can be used as a fast database as well as a rock-solid DBMS using a modular engine architecture. The purpose of This course is to provide a practical knowledge on using the database from two points of view: Best of all, This course is freely available for everybody to use and share, under the GNU Free Documentation License and the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

Content

  • Overview
  • History
  • Features
    • Limitations
    • Deployment
    • High availability software
    • Cloud deployment
  • User interfaces
    • Graphical user interfaces
      • MySQL Workbench
      • Other GUI tools
    • Command-line interfaces
  • Application programming interfaces
  • Project forks
    • Current
    • Abandoned

7 hours

$1,990

RCA Open Source Application: ROSA Manual

About

This RCA Open-source Application manual is intended to be a user's guide for the purposes of installing, configuring, and using the RCA (Resource Consumption Accounting) Open-source Application. The goal behind developing the RCA Open-Source Application was to help introduce and demonstrate Resource Consumption Accounting concepts by building a model using an open-source business intelligence application called Palo For Excel. Alta Via Consulting, LLC developed this interactive model to allow users to gain a better understanding of RCA through a direct hands-on application experience. The purpose of this manual is threefold: What is an RCA (Resource Consumption Accounting) Model ? Resource Consumption Accounting (RCA) is internationally recognized as the most mature approach to cost measurement. Now the power of RCA is available for business planning in an open-source application called ROSA. Please refer to the RCA Open Source Application (ROSA) wiki page for additional information. To learn more about RCA link to the Resource Consumption Accounting wiki page. Or visit the RCA Institute at RCA Institute.org.

7 hours

$1,990

Using Firefox

About

This course is designed to help you get the most out of your installation of Firefox. Don't have Firefox? You can download it from Mozilla's website. While we, the maintainers of This course, strive to future-proof our texts, things can change, and in the software industry, change happens often and quickly before writers have a chance to catch up. For example, This course was written when Firefox was still on Windows XP, an operating system Firefox no longer supports (along with Vista, and both operating systems haven't received Firefox updates since August 2018). If you're still on Windows XP or Vista, Mozilla recommends that you upgrade to Windows 7, 8, or 10. Alternatively, you can switch to a Linux distribution.

7 hours

$1,990

CAT-Tools

About

CAT means "Computer Aided Translation", referring not to machine translation, but to translation done by human translators with specialized software providing functions to increase workflow while providing quality assurance, glossaries and other assistance. Wikibooks was chosen for these manuals to be written by translators for translators to make sure the content is open to the public and subject to a continuous quality improvement. Wikibooks also allows FAQs and other useful informational tools. Expanding this to other languages would of course be welcome. If you see something that should be improved, please jump in. Every bit that improves this content is helpful to everyone else who reads it. It is hoped comparative pages will be added to provide guidance among different CAT programs.

7 hours

$1,990

Radium SmartChain

About

The Radium SmartChain is a software suite that brings extended functionality to the Radium Core block-chain. based identity management to the everyday user. It allows for the creation and management of digital identity that can then be used to digitally sign files and text. These unalterable digital signatures are recorded in the Radium Core block-chain, and can be used to prove authenticity, ownership, or possession of a file at a particular point in time. A digital identity is created by pairing a username and other optional demographic data with a Radium Core public key, and recording that paring block-chain. The identity becomes publicly visible, and actions taken on behalf of that identity are validated using asymmetric key signing. Users can request that their Identity be verified by a third party who holds a verification key. Requests for Identity verification should be made to JJ12880, tm2013, Alaniz, or any other member of the development team. Verification is designed to provide confidence in user accounts, and prevent scamming from accounts with misleading usernames. In order to become verified, a user must prove their identity through an outside medium, such as through Telegram, Bitcointalk or other social media. Just like humans have unique fingerprints, digital files also have unique fingerprints called a hash. File hashes are generated by passing a file through a cryptographic hashing function. Using a digital identity, a user can sign a file hash, and create a public, permanent, and time-stamped record in the Radium Blockchain. This serves as a permanent record, and allows other users to check the authenticity of a file by looking up its hash and associated signatures that were previously recorded in the blockchain.

7 hours

$1,990

SwisTrack Fundamentals

About

SwisTrack 4 is a powerful software for tracking robots, humans, animals and objects using a camera or a recorded video as input source. It uses Intel's OpenCV library for fast image processing and contains interfaces for USB, FireWire and GigE cameras, as well as AVI files. SwisTrack is an open-source project hosted on SourceForge. It is written in C++ and easily extensible through components (plug-ins). If you are using version 3 of SwisTrack, you may be looking for the documentation of version 3 of SwisTrack.

Content

  1. Using SwisTrack - an Introduction
  2. Working with the Display
  3. The Timeline
  4. Interfacing SwisTrack
  5. Components
    1. background subtraction
    2. Components/ConvertToGray
    3. Components/ConvertToColor
    4. Components/ColorSwapper
    5. Components/ColorBlur
    6. Components/ConvertBayerToColor
    7. blobs
    8. Components/ConvertToGray
    9. Components/ConvertToGray
    10. Components/ConvertToGray
    11. Components/ConvertToGray
    12. mask
    13. Components/BinaryDilation
    14. Components/BinaryErosion
    15. Components/Calibration
    16. Components/Input
    17. Components/OutputSQLite
    18. Components/Particle Detection
    19. Components/Preprocessing (binary)
    20. Components/Preprocessing (color)
    21. Components/Preprocessing (grayscale)
    22. Components/Thresholding
    23. Components/Tracking
    24. Components/Trigger
    25. Components/IDReaderRing
    26. Components/SimulationParticles
    27. Components/OutputFile
    28. Components/OutputFramesImages
    29. Components/OutputImageStatisticsColor
    30. Components/OutputImageStatisticsGray
    31. Components/OutputImageStatisticsBinary
    32. Components/OutputMarkFrameManual
    33. Components/OutputParticles
    34. Components/MoveBinaryToColor
    35. Components/CamShiftTracking
  6. Batch Mode

 


14 hours

$3,980

Trainz

About

TRAINZ is a series, a family of 'virtual reality' Model Railroad Simulators—each full version something of a step up in complexity and capabilities from the previous release and each more complicated and involved than the average computer game since the simulators are user extensible and game software cannot be used to create new worlds and rules about how things work in the Trainz virtual worlds. Trainz strength is that it can and does allow the user base to further the tools available to all—it has an active user base working to expand the product abilities and user options—as well as the game companies programmers. Trainz 1.0 and the Microsoft Train Simulator (MSTS) were released within months of one another in 2001—one released by a small company headed by Trains enthusiasts (and veteran model railroaders), the other by a large corporation with deep pockets—but the well funded one never had a second release, the other grew and progressed into a family of released retail versions and having over a 650,000 registered users (and millions of sales over and above that since old users generally upgrade eventually) serving a true world wide market. The game system is extensible and has a large active user base creating new content and capabilities in true co-operative international effort. Unlike a typical dwelling, want-a-be model railroaders don't need modeling skills, a whole basement and ages of time to satisfy the itch to do model railroading, or drive realistically modeled locomotives. While the game play features of Trainz Driver, which many new and casual users first focus upon provides the first rush of Trainz addiction—taking on the difficult task of taming 3500 metric tons of cargo has its challenges and rewards, after all, the long term habit forming attractive focus of the software is using the software's modules and external applications to create and share things which are new. Therein lies the magic, and addiction—and there is and never has been a railroad simulator which matches the Trainz World building tool kit.

7 hours

$1,990

XRADON Supernet

About

The Radium SmartChain is both a software and a protocol under development by JJ12880 for expanding the functionality of the Radium blockchain. The Radium SmartChain software connects to the standard Radium wallet via RPC. The first beta release is scheduled for the first half of January 2016. The Radium SmartChain is a combination of several new protocols which provide the framework for the development of advanced blockchain based functions. All functions are 100% distributed and do not rely on centralized servers or infrastructure. Included in the framework is the new 'Proof-Of-Contribution' protocol, a custom implementation of 'Smart Transactions', and the 'Radon' asset that is generated through 'SlowDecay". Each of these individual components are explained in more detail below. User accounts are created when an Radium address is paired with a username and an optional memo line, and the pairing is recorded in the blockchain. Usernames and memos can consist of any combination of English upper and lower case letters and numbers. Once a username is recorded in the blockchain, the username can be used instead of the difficult to remember Radium address. Users can request that their accounts be verified by a third party who holds a verification key. Currently, only JJ12880 holds a verification keys, however keys will be issued to senior community members as the system expands. Verification is designed to provide confidence in user accounts, and prevent scamming from accounts with misleading usernames. In order to become verified, a user must prove their identity through an outside medium, such as through Slack or Bitcointalk.

7 hours

$1,990

Blender 3D: MemoBook

About

As you may be aware, Blender is the first and only fully integrated 3D graphics creation suite allowing modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, realtime interactive 3D, and game creation and playback with cross-platform compatibility - all in one tidy package. This Blender MemoBook is part of my personal Memo Ssschratchhhh WikiBook. Maybe you will find it useful. You can edit it if you already have your own MemoBook, tip or proper link to add@this level! This level means that you can find this MemoBook useful after you went carefully thru Blender Interface for the very first time and you want something nice to render or animate with your Digital Studio Masterpiece - Blender! This Blender MemoBook doesn't want to be YaBt (Yet another Blender tutorial), but more like MemoBook with references to tutorial links (to support short HOWTOs) and tips which related tutorials maybe didn't include or are worth repeating. I want to keep this MemoBook as compact as possible, but still smooth and friendly enough to be read. Also don't worry if you want to edit this MemoBook, feel free and welcome, MediaWiki has all history backed up. MediaWiki is quite easy to install. How? Read This course. I didn't work in real 3D for many years (I've used Cubicomp and Topas in my professional past) and even with all my 3D experiences using Blender doesn't look like easy task... But anyway, you will never know how to swim if you don't jump into the water, as someone said, so I'll try to make a beautiful Staunton chess set for my first Blender lesson. Hard & original task, huh? :) But before you start i would like to invite you to read beautiful writing for a new artists, To Those Learning 3D written by Glen Moyes.

7 hours

$1,990

Celestia

About

Celestia provides photo-realistic, real-time, three-dimensional viewing of the Solar System, the galaxy and the universe. It is an easy to use, freely-distributed, multi-platform, open source, software package which has become a valuable tool for astronomy education. Used in homes, schools, museums and planetariums around the world, it also is used as a visualization tool by space mission designers. Versions are available for computers running Windows, Macintosh (Mac OS X) and Linux operating systems, with mobile (iOS and Android) versions in development. Although it is optimized for 3D astronomical visualization, Celestia can be used to display and explore other 3D environments, too. And, for some reason, many people seem to find exploring with Celestia to be a lot of fun. This Guide to Celestia is intended to be a comprehensive source of information for students, educators, and other users of Celestia. It includes instructions for obtaining, installing, using, customizing, and troubleshooting the Celestia software, as well as explanations of concepts and techniques from astronomy and computer graphics as needed to fully explore and understand Celestia and its universe. It is intended to address the needs of novice, casual, and advanced users. The Guide to Celestia is very far from complete. You can help by adding useful content. Members of the Celestia community are encouraged to be bold in editing This course to provide the additions and corrections needed to make it useful for themselves and others. Please share your knowledge here.

7 hours

$1,990

Blackstar

About

BlackStar - Point-to-Point GPS Navigation for BlackBerry Blackstar is a free application that runs on most BlackBerry smartphones. It allows the user to use the built-in GPS (or an external Bluetooth GPS) to perform point-to-point navigation. It also has a series of Geocaching-specific enhancements that allow Premium Geocaching members to import Pocket Queries or extract data from bcaching.com. The software may be downloaded from the project page above, or can be installed from Blackberry App World. Support is available at the project forums, which can also be found at the project page. When you start BlackStar, it will attempt to get your location using whatever GPS is set up on your device. While the lock is being acquired, you'll see a count on the screen. This is the number of seconds BlackStar has been trying to acquire a GPS lock (not a number of satellites acquired). Once it accomplishes the lock, it will start showing your GPS coordinates and altitude, along with speed and a compass indicating the direction you are moving (this is not a magnetic compass - it compares your current location to your last few location to interpolate the direction you are moving, so if you slow down too much or stop this compass will just start spinning off in random directions).

7 hours

$1,990

RattleCAD User Manual

About

rattleCAD is a software for designing bicycles. rattleCAD is free and a openSource software project. rattleCAD supports bespoked bicycle frame builders with a fully parametric bicycle model inside. rattleCAD guides you through the design process by configure the base geometry before refining the bicycle frame itself. Based on this refinement rattleCAD creates workshop drawings including the main miters of round tubes and settings for different frame jigs. rattleCAD also provides a set of components to build a bicycle mockup and supports different export formats to print and reuse all drawings generated inside rattleCAD. rattleCAD uses XML file format to store project information and SVG file format to represent single components to mockup your bicycle. This components library can be extended to your own needs. rattleCAD can be downloaded from sourceforge.net. rattleCAD is free software written in tcl/Tk and is therefore available for many operating systems , including but not limited to Microsoft Windows , Apple Mac OSX and Linux.

7 hours

$1,990

Advanced QoS for IPCop

About

The QoS addons for IPCop are advanced traffic shaping addons to the popular IPCop firewall. Maintained as GPL/Creative Commons Open Source projects by Markus Hoffmann. There are currently two QoS packages being maintained, using two different packet scheduling protocols; HTB and HTSC. Quality of Service (QoS) is a term used to all the different modules that make up traffic shaping. QoS is an attempt to bring all these different programs and protocols together to give priority to network traffic that is time dependent, like VoIP and online games, over less time critical data transfers such as P2P or FTP traffic. If it does it well, then you can have a conversation using VoIP while downloading/uploading large files without delay or gaps in the voice call. There are two versions of the Advanced QoS Addon: Ceilburst: Amount of bytes that can be burst at 'infinite' speed, in other words, as fast as the interface can transmit them. For perfect evening out, should be equal to at most one average packet. Should be at least as high as the highest cburst of all children. Both values could be empty because they will be computed automatically.

7 hours

$1,990

AutoCAD

About

AutoCAD is a high end CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) Program. It has a multitude of features which This course will try to address. AutoCAD is a vector based drawing application intended for engineering purposes. Commands can be entered at a command line or through toolbars and menus. AutoCAD drawings are saved using the DWG extension, and over the years this has become a standard format for exchanging technical drawings, to the extent that even programs such as Adobe Illustrator will recognise DWG files. AutoCAD also supports an even more widely recognised format called DXF which was specifically designed as an interchange format. Unfortunately, as AutoCAD has passed through numerous editions, the DWG format has upgraded to keep pace with newer features. The most recent format was released with AutoCAD 2012 and any files saved using this format cannot be opened by AutoCAD 2011, 2010, 2009 etc. Creates a symbol on the drawing that is tied to a specific point. It is defined by coordinates (x,y,z). It is not necessary to create points when you want to draw other geometric entities. Ray = A line with a defined starting point with infinite length at a specified slope, the command for which is "RAY" and then you need to give the specifications.

Course Content

  • DWG Files
  • Basic drawing tools
    • Point
    • Construction line tools
    • Polyline
    • Polygon
    • Rectangle
    • Arc
    • Circle
    • Spline
    • Ellipse
    • Hatch
    • Text
  • Basic Modifying Tools
    • Erase
    • Copy
    • Mirror
    • Offset
    • Array
    • Move
    • Rotate
    • Scale
  • Drafting
    • Starting a drawing
    • OSNAP Modes
  • Layout Space/Model Space
    • Model Space
    • Layout (Paper) Space
    • Viewports
  • Layers
    • Organizing Data
    • The Layers Window
    • ByLayer
    • Linetypes

28 hours

$7,960

Cygwin

About

Cygwin/X is installed by selecting the necessary packages from the X11 category with the standard Cygwin installer. Users unsure of what is needed should install all of the X11 components. You can run the X server and the Window Manager locally and get the X Window GUI environment. There are various ways you can do this. They are as follows: In the multiwindow mode, there is an internal window manager that creates a Windows window to display the X application on the Windows desktop. X is a soft-link (shortcut from Windows standpoint) to /usr/X11R6/bin/XWin. Now you can run any X application. They open up in separate windows individually with your windows title-bar, caption buttons and border. You don't get the desktop environment in this case. Now you can run any X application. They open up in separate windows individually with your windows title-bar, caption buttons and border. You don't get the desktop environment in this case.

7 hours

$1,990

eac3to

About

eac3to is an audio/video processing software with focus on new generation HD formats, Blu-ray and HD DVD. It is able to make audio conversions among many formats and various other tasks as well. It has been designed for use under Windows x86, but it runs under Windows x64 and Linux also.

Content

  • Introduction
  • Features
  • How to Use
  • In Depth Technical Explanation
  • FAQ

7 hours

$1,990

FFMPEG An Intermediate Guide

About

FFmpeg is a free software project that produces libraries and programs for handling multimedia data. FFmpeg includes libavcodec, an audio/video codec library used by several other projects, libavformat, an audio/video container mux and demux library, and the ffmpeg command line program for transcoding multimedia files. FFmpeg is primarily published under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1, and some components may be licensed under the GNU General Public License v2. The program and its libraries are also used around the world by companies and consumers alike. The documentation can be scary and overwhelming for a beginner, so This course will guide you through the basics of using FFmpeg. It includes best practices, defines concepts and may also include some problem solving too. Feel free to help develop this course. FFmpeg is an audio and video transcoder that interfaces with the computer's terminal. This means that if you want to use ffmpeg directly, you must use the terminal. However, you can install a graphical shell if you prefer. At its very basic, FFmpeg decodes an input file and encodes it to an output. 

Content

  • Basic Transcoding
    • General Information
  • Installing FFmpeg and GUI's
  • Formats
    • File Formats
      • MOV
      • WMV
      • flv, f4v, mov, 3gp Flash Video
      • MPEG
    • General Codecs
      • h.264
      • mp3
  • Options
    • Main options
    • Advanced options
    • Video options
      • Video Bitrate
    • Advanced Video options
      • Watermarks and Overlays
      • Avisynth
      • Image Sequence
    • Audio options
    • Advanced Audio options
    • Subtitle options
    • Audio/Video grab options
    • AVCodecContext|AVOptions
      • Flags
      • me_method
      • bug
      • strict
      • b_qoffset
      • er
      • dct
      • lumi_mask
      • idct
      • ec
      • pred
      • debug
      • vismv
      • cmp
      • subcmp
      • mbcmp
      • ildctcmp
      • precmp
      • coder
      • mbd
      • flags2
      • antialias
      • profile
      • level
      • skipcmp
      • skip_loop_filter
      • skip_idct
      • skip_frame
      • partitions
    • AVCodecContext AVOptions
    • AVFormatContext AVOptions
    • SWScaler AVOptions

7 hours

$1,990

Discover Flux Database

About

Flux is a free database application for iOS and Android, which allows developers to create workspaces with custom data forms and views shared within groups of users with fine-grained access rights. The structure of databases is defined using XML.

Content

  • Creating a shared workspace
  • Inviting users to workspaces
  • Designing the database structure
  • Access rights
  • Scripting

7 hours

$1,990

Haxorware Modem Firmware

About

This course is intended to be a manual for Haxorware which is a custom cable modem firmware. This is a legal firmware change. This course is NOT intended to demonstrate or condone any illegal practices. DO NOT add information to This course regarding ANY theft of service! Current Revision: 1.1 R39 Compatibility: All BCM3349 chipset based modems (Including SB5101/E/i, SB5102/E/i, Webstar DPC2100R2, RCA DCM425, Ambit 250/255/256) Versions: DIAG & LITE. DIAG LITE Once logged into the Haxorware modem At the top of every page you will see the Haxorware title, the version, and the Revision number.

7 hours

$1,990

iLife

About

Often cited as a reason to use a Mac over a Windows PC, iLife is a suite of six digital media applications that let you organize photos, music, and videos; create home movies, songs, and podcasts; and publish your projects to the internet and DVDs. Although it isn't included with Mac OS X, it is included with every new Mac that Apple ships, and is available separately for $79. Although iLife is considered very easy to use compared to the competition, using its six applications can prove difficult at times. New users may find they need help before they can use iLife by themselves. In addition, power users may wish to learn about some of iLife 06's new features. In the past, the preferred way of learning how to use iLife was a traditional book. Unfortunately, these books can be expensive, especially when in color, which is important for a book pertaining to editing movies and photos. Many users simply try to learn iLife by themselves, often missing out on important features and time-saving tricks. With the advent of the wikibook, you can learn iLife online for free. Don't worry, there are no hidden charges for using this site.

7 hours

$1,990

JET Database

About

The Microsoft JET Database Engine, or simply JET, is a database engine distributed widely by Microsoft but now deprecated. As such, finding information on programming JET databases is becoming more and more difficult. This course attempts to remedy that by presenting necessary information about JET for programmers and database administrators. This course assumes that the reader already has familiarity with SQL and requires a reference specifically for the JET database engine. Readers unfamiliar with SQL should first refer to the more generic database book Structured Query Language.

7 hours

$1,990

Mambo Open Source

About

Mambo Open Source is a content management system that can be used to create and manage webpages. It uses a browser-based interface for most editing operations, and supports most modern browsers. This is a guide for both beginners and professionals on how to use Mambo Open Source. If you encounter an item that is not present, please start the article and expand this course! This is an ever-expanding collection of tutorials and articles, so don't think twice if you want to write! This manual has not had any content updates in over a year. However, it inspired a member of the Mambo community to create a wiki and continue the concept of providing a collaborative user and developer manual for Mambo. This manual is now part of the Mambo CMS project and contains extensive documentation to help both users and developers alike. You can go to the Mambo Manual here. Registration is, of course, free and everyone is encouraged to contribute.

7 hours

$1,990

MINC

About

Medical Image NetCDF

MINC is a Medical Imaging file format and Toolbox for use in medical imaging.
 
Course Content
  • Introduction
  • History 
  • MincWorld
  • Installation
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Extra tools (registration, B0 correction, classification, etc)
  • VisualTools - Visual tools (manual segmentation, registration, data visualisation)
  • Scripts - Extra scripts (typically perl) that have been collected over time
  • SoftwareDevelopment - Information on developing MINC software 

7 hours

$1,990

Opticks Developer Guide

About

Opticks is an open source, remote sensing application. Using Opticks you can create products from satellite and airborne imagery, video (motion imagery), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), multispectral, and hyperspectral data. Opticks is also a developer framework, empowering software developers to extend its functionality. This guide helps C++ developers build capability for Opticks. This developer guide is divided into five sections. The first section gives a general overview of features of the Opticks remote sensing development framework. The second section helps developers get started. This section describes how to download Opticks and get the necessary components to start developing with Opticks. The third section give an overview of Opticks development concepts and terminology. The fourth section describes how to setup your build environment, and the last section describes how to get started building the sample plug-ins.


7 hours

$1,990

Pixlr Editor

About

Pixlr Editor is free online browser-based graphic software that allows you to edit images (photos) and create computer art. Programmed in Flash, this application lets the user create, modify and save images on the user's local computer or alternatively, on the Web. These images can be imported or images may be created from a blank canvas. This course aims to be a reference for the functionality offered by this application. This course was last updated in 2016 and is not complete. I intend to change This course into something you can use to learn photo editing. I make no claims to be a Pixlr expert but many people particularly beginners who use Pixlr Editor should find this helpful. Please feel free to add your comments, suggestions, and changes. Pixlr Editor is a powerful free graphics software/photo editor and has many of the capabilities of much more expensive photo editors. The photo to the left was edited and improved using Pixlr Editor. My goal is to introduce you to photo editing through Pixlr Photo Editor. It is a start but in no way complete. Photo editing can be simple or quite involved. It is important when using This course, that you have Pixlr Editor open to see what is being discussed since illustrating screen shots have yet to be added. See "Getting into Pixlr Photo Editor". There are no photos in This course as of yet. However, I believe This course will be useful if used with Pixlr open in another window. Try it and tell me what you think. I intend to add screen shots as I can at a later date.

7 hours

$1,990

Pro Engineer

About

Pro/Engineer or Pro E is the software product of PTC (Parametric Technology corporation) its initial versions were Pro/E 1, 2... up to 19. Later Pro/E launched sequentially versions as Pro/Engineer 2000; 2000i, 2000i2;2001, Wildfire 1.0; Wildfire 2.0, Wildfire 3.0; Wildfire 4.0; and Wildfire 5.0. In 2011, PTC rebranded Pro/Engineer as Creo Parametric. The current version of the software is 5.0.[1] This course will explore the various philosophies and methodologies employed by professionals who use the Computer Aided Design (CAD) package Pro/Engineer. Additional topics include how to acquire the software and optimal support. Notes to Contributors: Please write Pro/Engineer and Pro/Intralink fully not pro/e, pro/engineer or any other variation. Conventions: All items assumed to be from top menu unless left menu is mentioned

7 hours

$1,990

QEMU

About

QEMU is quick; it's a hypervisor that allows you to run virtual machines with complete operating systems that operate like any other program on your desktop. This can be useful for general purpose computing and black box testing. The software, whose website can be found here, is open-source and cross-platform. It targets a range of computer architectures beyond standard IBM PCs such as ARM and PowerPC. On Linux, it also has user-mode emulation where standard executables of one architecture can seamlessly run on another. This course will help you use the modern incarnation of QEMU for a wide variety of purposes.

7 hours

$1,990

Reaktor

About

Reaktor is a proprietary software modular synthesiser and effects processor developed by Native Instruments. It allows musicians and engineers to design and build their own instruments, samplers, effects and sound design tools. Reaktor comes with a collection of predefined but editable instruments and effects, from emulations of classic synthesizers to futuristic sound design tools. In addition, more than 3000 free instruments can be downloaded from the growing User Library.

7 hours

$1,990

Revit

About

Revit is Building Information Modeling (BIM) software for Microsoft Windows developed by Autodesk. It allows the user to design with parametric modelling and drafting elements with a fully integrated database. There are three software packages within the Revit BIM family of software: Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, and Revit MEP. Each package is targeted toward the architectural, structural, and mechanical/electrical/plumbing disciplines respectively. Autodesk purchased the software from Massachusetts-based Revit Technologies in 2002. The latest released version is 2011. Autodesk has a proprietary, censored, wiki as part of their Community Learning including a Revit manual based on the earlier extensive help system documentation. The wiki can only be edited by users handing their works over to Autodesk. Unlike this manual it may not be freely reproduced. Please read the introduction before contributing to this course. Please feel free to add to or adjust this structure as topics arise. Revit models are essentially made up of various different families. These families are parametric objects that can take two- and/or three-dimensional form in the project model, and can appear in any view including schedules. Mastering family creation in Revit is a key part of building great building information models.


7 hours

$1,990

Rich Internet Applications for SLA Research

About

Rich Internet Applications (hereafter, "RIA") represent a major advance in the toolset available to researchers in some areas of second language acquisition. By combining proprietary technologies such as Macromedia's Flash Player and the Flash Communication Server with open source software such as the Linux operating system, Apache server, PHP scripting language, and MySQL database (a collection very frequently referred to as "LAMP"), researchers can build their own networked applications (frequently referred to as "movies" among Flash developers) that can gather text, audio, and video data as well as user interaction data.

7 hours

$1,990

Software Tools For Molecular Microscopy

About

There are a large number of software tools or software applications that have been specifically developed for the field sometimes referred to as molecular microscopy or cryo-electron microscopy or cryoEM. Several special issues of the Journal of Structural Biology (see references below) have been specifically devoted to descriptions of these applications and several web sites provide partial lists of the software packages and where to obtain them. This article attempts to provide a complete list and up-to-date distribution information of all of the software of interest to the cryoEM community. Everyone in the community is encouraged to add content, correct errors, and make any other contributions that might be useful. The software tools described here have been loosely and somewhat arbitrarily organized into several categories as follows: Packages that offer a comprehensive set of tools to permit the analysis of data in several classes of structural problems (in alphabetical order). Packages that offer a comprehensive set of tools to permit the analysis of data in a single class of structural problem. For example packages specifically focused on objects with helical, icosahedral, crystalline symmetry, etc.

7 hours

$1,990

SourceAFIS

About

Let's start with a definition. SourceAFIS is an open-source Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) that performs fingerprint recognition (a subfield of biometrics) on pairs or whole databases of human fingerprints. This course will guide you through first steps with SourceAFIS, advice you on advanced topics, and provide you, if you are curious, with an overview of how SourceAFIS algorithms work.

7 hours

$1,990

Understanding Darcs

About

Darcs is a distributed version control system. Being a distributed system, the darcs model is rather different from that of more popular systems like Git or Mercurial and these differences take some time getting used to. One of our goals in writing this guide is to help you get a better grasp of the darcs model. We also hope to provide a useful supplementary guide to using darcs, one which is oriented towards tasks you might like to accomplish and makes heavy use of walked-through examples. For curious users and potential darcs developers, we would like to provide you with a friendly introduction to patch theory and the recent work on using a notion of conflictors to correct the current flaws in patch theory.

7 hours

$1,990

HydroGeoSphere

About

This is an instructional guide to conducting numerical simulations in the groundwater modelling software known as HydroGeoSphere (HGS). HydroGeoSphere is a three dimensional control-volume finite element groundwater model, and is based on a rigorous conceptualization of the hydrologic system consisting of surface and subsurface flow regimes. The model is designed to take into account all key components of the hydrologic cycle. For each time step, the model solves surface and subsurface flow, solute and energy transport equations simultaneously, and provides a complete water and solute balance. Please note that the content of This course consists of Chapter 5 of the complete HydroGeoSphere User Manual (Release 1.0). For consistency, references are labelled as shown in the complete manual, and some refer to content that is currently only available there.

7 hours

$1,990

RPG Maker 2003

About

This course is a guide for anyone who would like to learn how to program a game using the program RPG Maker 2003. It will give you the ability to create maps, make unique characters and items, code special events, and much more. It will introduce every concept (to the best of it's ability) from the blatantly obvious to those much more in depth. Make sure you don't get confused. This course will probably be of NO help whatsoever for RPG Maker 2000 or RPG Maker VX, as well for any other future or past versions. It specifically focuses on functions within the RPG Maker 2003 version. So before you start, make sure that the version you are using is, indeed, RPG Maker 2003. If not, I recommend you close This course now before you do more harm than good. It will try its best to give you all of the information needed to create your video game, so good luck, and be the best game maker you can be! RPG Maker 2003 is a program to help you make RPGs, so to make it simpler, it created a very simple interface to use. Just about everything you'll need to start is already included with your RPG Maker program CD, but if it isn't, you should be able to download it off of the internet.

7 hours

$1,990

framework (51941)

About

AsUnit is the only open source unit test framework for the ActionScript programming language that supports Flash Players 6, 7, 8, 9 and even Flash Lite 2. ASUnit is an ActionScript library that facilitates automated unit testing for ActionScript-based applications, including Flash and Flex applications. The core of ASUnit is a framework of ActionScript classes which can be implemented and subclassed in your application. The ASUnit project also provides tools for implementing the framework, including an MXP extension that runs in the Adobe Flash authoring tool, and a standalone application written in XUL. Features of the ASUnit framework classes: Features of the ASUnit Tools XUL application: The ASUnit MXP extension is currently deprecated in favor of the XUL application, since many users of ASUnit use other Flash compilers such as MTASC. At its most basic, AsUnit is simply some ActionScript classes that make it easier for you to build and execute automated tests for your applications. This simple, lightweight component is known as the AsUnit framework, and it currently supports ActionScript 2.0 and ActionScript 3.0 development. The ActionScript 2.0 support has been broken up into 2 packages, one for Flash Player 6 which doesn't support try..catch, and one for Flash Players 7, and 8 which do support try..catch. The latter build is much more similar to JUnit, while the former is more tightly integrated with the Flash Authoring tool.

7 hours

$1,990

Autodesk Inventor

About

The goal of This course is to create an open and freely editable manual and training guide for Autodesk Inventor. Autodesk Inventor is a geometric modeling program that is used in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and is commonly used to teach students engineering principals in the PLTW curriculum. Topics to be included:

Course Content

Basic Concepts

  • Projects
  • Sketching
  • Part Creation
  • Assembly Creation
  • Drawing Creation
  • Parameters

Basic Editing

Getting Started

  • Creating parts and assemblies from scratch
  • Editing parts and assemblies using the history tree

Part Editing

  • Sketch
  • Extrude
  • Revolve
  • Sweep
  • Loft
  • Features
  • Patterns
  • Holes
  • Chamfers
  • Fillets

Assembly Editing

  • Placing Components
  • Content Centre
  • Constraints
  • iMates
  • Assembly-level features
  • Weldments

Drawing Editing

  • Placing Views
  • Creating new view types based on sketches
  • annotating, detailing, BOMs, revisions

7 hours

$1,990

Bryce

About

This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn how to use Bryce effectively and easily as well as anyone who wishes to use it as a reference. Bryce is a 3D graphics program which specializes in creating and rendering landscapes and terrains. Usually this capability is restricted to high end software packages that tend to be quite expensive. This is not the case with Bryce since DAZ 3D - the company that now own Bryce - have released it for free. Although it is released free of charge, Bryce is a very powerful package capable of creating some stunning scenes. With practice it is possible to create anything you wish with it. The image opposite was created using Bryce 5.5. Bryce 5.5 can be downloaded from the DAZ 3D website and while Bryce is the only product required to render the scenes, it is helpful to have an image editing program on the side for some of the more advanced topics. Paint Shop Pro or PhotoImpact are fine. If these aren't available then you can make do perfectly well with MS Paint. Surprisingly for a graphics package Bryce isn't very memory hungry which is good news if you're running an older system. You should be able to run it comfortably with 356MB RAM. On the downside it is very processor intensive whilst rendering and can take over an hour to render complicated scenes and terrains. A dual or quad processor system is definitely an advantage here.

7 hours

$1,990

CRE Loaded Features

About

CRE Loaded is a content management program for creating online shops - from products to payments. For short this is simply known as "shopping cart" or "cart" software. CRE Loaded is derived from another shopping cart called osCommerce - it has inherited all of its features and has added many more. This course aims to act as a reference for CRE Loaded users, imparting a thorough understanding of the all the features of CRE Loaded including those it shares with its parent. It assumes that the user does not look after the internet server on which it runs or the underlying code for the site. the course assumes users have already got a CRE Loaded Site up on the server and ready to go. The version of CRE Loaded This course refers to is 6.15 throughout.

7 hours

$1,990

DBMS

About

Typically data is stored in files. 1.) flat files contains one table at a time generally 2.) flat files contains values at each row and separated with a special symbol so to reach the data you have to parse each row and obtaining an array of values and then you can query the data. 3.) to control the data in a file , you have to read it line by line and parse it and because of it they are slow 4.) there is no control mechanism in files 5.) dbms systems commonly has a special language called sql to modify and reach the data easily 6.) dbms systems has indexes to reach the data, not read it line by line 7.) there are much more control mechanisms that approves the correctness of data

7 hours

$1,990

eBay

About

This course will explain techniques you can use to find and win the item of your dreams, while advising the reader on how to avoid fraud and make the most of their experience throughout. The first half of This course will concentrate on how to buy on eBay. Once you are experienced, you can move on to the second part of the course on selling. Anticipated contents: Introduction to Buying Examining Listings and Searching Understanding Item Descriptions and Pre-Purchase Considerations Bid to Win: Tips and Techniques Paying for Items Safely

7 hours

$1,990

Emacs

About

GNU Emacs has a reputation as being the most powerful programmers' editor available, but this power doesn't come without a cost. The reason for this power is that the language in which a vast majority of Emacs is written (called Emacs Lisp, which is often shortend to ELisp) is available for writing extensions at run time, meaning that almost any aspect of Emacs behaviour can be modified dynamically while the user is working. The drawback to ELisp is that it's a whole new language to learn and, for most developers, follows unfamiliar paradigms. At the moment, This course will assume that you have Emacs installed, and are comfortable performing basic editing within Emacs (loading files, modifying text, etc.) It will also assume that you are interested in using Emacs as a programming editor / IDE, and are familiar with basic programming concepts. In due course This course may be expanded to include more complete beginner material, but this is not currently a priority.

7 hours

$1,990

FreeMind

About

Freemind is a program used to create mind maps. Freemind is Free Open Source Software and is currently in version 0.9.0 RC6 on which this article will be based. This course aims to be an overview of how to use FreeMind and what features are available. I will describe how to access functions with keyboard shortcuts when I know of them because that way the program is useful for taking notes in class and is generally faster to work with. Please note that keyboard shortcuts differ on different platforms. I am on an Apple MacBook which means I have a key. Where-ever I write , I believe you can substitute it for the key if you are running Linux or Windows. To install FreeMind on your system you point your browser to their Download page, which currently will tell you that the latest version is 0.8.1*, and there you will find detailed installation instructions. At the bottom of the page you will find a link to the "unstable" version, which is what I will be using. If you decide on the older version, some functionality might differ or be missing. When the installation is done and you have started the program you are presented with the main view, containing an empty mind map.

7 hours

$1,990

Game Design Using Blender

About

Blender is a free, open source 3D animation, modeling and game creation package. It comes with an existing game engine called the 'Blender Game Engine'. Game design and programming sounds very tough to most people which is why not many people are into this field. It is the creative use of the right tools in the right manner that holds the key to successful game design. Designing a 3D game requires the use of basically 4 things: Note that this course assumes that you have a ready-made game engine to use in your game. The first stage consists of planning the theme (story) in detail of the game. After this phase, you will need to build detailed plans of levels and characters of the game.


21 hours

$5,970

Gnuplot

About

GNUplot is a command-line driven multiplatform plotting program. Despite the name, it is not associated with GNU project and is not covered by GNU GPL. The source code license is a gratis one, but not a copyleft one; "Permission to modify the software is granted, but not the right to distribute the complete modified source code."[1] gnuplot can be used interactively, in batch mode, or embedded in (scripted by) another program, such as GNU Octave. As very simple usage, start gnuplot and type: This will display a plot of the sine function, and then exit. To plot a function or functions: To plot data, collect the data in a file instead of defining a function.

7 hours

$1,990

Google Services And Products

About

Google is the world's most popular search engine. Receiving several billion search queries a day it is the place many people turn to for information fast. But many do not know that there are other Google services and products that are constantly being developed with a focus on innovation. This course will show the user how to use these services and products for both basic computer user and the advanced user.

7 hours

$1,990

GStreamer

About

Gstreamer is a powerful program and library for media processing. Its power lies in the fact that media data streams between elements performing many functions. Elements can be added by means of plugins. Here is an example of a command to convert a FLAC format song to MP3 format: Some of its most popular uses include: This course will provide an introduction and in-depth tutorial to GStreamer.

7 hours

$1,990

Houdini 101

About

Houdini 101 is a course to help you get started with using version 10 of Houdini digital modelling and animation package developed by SideEffects Software. It is assumed that the reader has very little prior experience in using Houdini or similar software. As a result, we have tried to introduce the fundamentals of Houdini in a way that is as simple and easy to understand as possible. Note that this is a very broad introduction that necessarily glosses over many of the details. In particular, This course focuses on the concepts and assumes that you have a basic knowledge of Houdini user interface. 


7 hours

$1,990

ICEM CFD

About

ANSYS ICEM CFD is a popular proprietary software package which provides advanced geometry/mesh generation as well as mesh diagnostics and repair functions useful for in-depth analysis. Its design is centered around aerospace, automotive and electrical engineering applications with a specific focus on computational fluid dynamics and structural analysis. [1] The ability to accurately create a computational grids about geometrically complex configurations is becoming increasingly important in the analysis world. [2] ANSYS ICEM CFD offers mesh generation with the capacity to compute meshes with various different structures depending on the users requirements. It is a powerful and highly manipulative software which allows the user to generate grids of high resolution.[3][4] This is a requirement as mesh generation is an inherently geometry dependent problem meaning there is no singular meshing method which can be used for every problem. ICEM CFD allows the following different types of grid structures to be created[5]: A simplified overview of the meshing methodology provides an indication of how to begin the meshing procedure with the different stages shown. ICEM CFD provides a user interface which includes several components to make mesh generation intuitive and easy to use once its full capabilities are understood. The user interface contains a complete environment to create, modify and manage computational grids:

7 hours

$1,990

Install osDate

About

NOTE: This tutorial is for new installations of osDate, and not for upgrades of existing osDate installations. Installation of the forum and instant messenger are not included. These will follow in another section. To install osDate is simple, quick and easy. Before you start, you need to know a few things first. Quite obvious, isn't it? You need to have a website hosting solution to host your website. Get a hosting solution that is suitable for your needs. The technology you need to meet your requirements will change because it is always advancing. At the time of writing, typically you'd need: On the server side: On the client (your) side: Patching normally involves replacing existing files with the new "patches", for example, in the downloaded patches, there could be a folder called public_html, and in this folder there might be a file called config.php . What you do now is this:

7 hours

$1,990

Maxima

About

This course shows how to use Maxima. Maxima can be used to : Ways to do it : Now the best is a git method You can make use of : In second case write in command line:[6] This method can get old version which gets some trouble, like Uninstall such Maxima version From repositiories[7] by Istvan Balhota Before compilation, you should have all dependent packages This procedure does not create a deb package. If you have git and SBCL then : [8] Now one can run it from inside the source directory.

7 hours

$1,990

Microsoft Project Crash Course

About

Welcome to the Microsoft Project Crash Course. This course will provide you with what you need to know to get started on MS Project quickly! the course is divided into levels which progressively elaborate on recurring topics. It's suggested that you first read and apply level 1 on all topics before you move onto the next level.

7 hours

$1,990

MPSolve

About

This page describes the usage of MPSolve. The executable program of the package is called unisolve (univariate polynomial solver). It can be run from command line in console. There are 3 main ways of running MPSolve: 1. reading from the standard input stream (typically the keyboard). (one can type here for example content of the file mand31.pol, without comments line, which start with "!" character ) 2. reading from input file (holding the input polynomial in the form: degree and list of coefficients) 3. using "user defined" polynomials. In this case one uses 2 files: - mps_user.c (containing definition of polynomial in the form of recurrence relation) - input file containing only degree of polynomial

7 hours

$1,990

OpenCanvas

About

OpenCanvas is a dedicated 2D drawing and paint program by Portal Graphics, which is a subsidiary of System Products. The program features a simple tool set that is well suited for quick sketches via a tablet such as those made using a Wacom tablet. Also note that there are multiple versions of this program, and some of the older ones are freely available. Features and tools available in each are listed below. Also note that tools and features that carry over from previous versions do not need to be described in detail. This is the version that can be found on the public domain. Be careful and make sure that you go to a reputable source if you download this version. There are a few miscreants out there who have used this application as a carrier to spread viruses and trojans. It's a good program, but make sure you get a clean copy that will not ruin your experience. The program has a good set of features including layers, event recording, networked drawing, and simple yet robust drawing tools. Also be aware that the translation to English from Japanese is incomplete for this old unsupported version, so that some notices or errors will not display correctly. Don't let this annoyance keep you from using it though, as it is pretty easy to figure out. Also sometimes this program defaults to Japanese, to get English menus go to the rightmost selection (Help) on the program title bar. This features a basic set of tools. They will be listed left-to-right from top-to-bottom.

7 hours

$1,990

Osmo Documentation

About

Welcome! This Software Course is intended to keep up with users and developers needs. There are instructions helping anyone to add more content or improve wording. Including: a Manual of Style, introductions, purpose statements, appendices, bibliography and more. Please feel welcome to contribute more FAQs and how-to notes, updates and graphics. The goal of This course is to help Osmo users understand their local Osmo personal information management tool, including their power to control their own data, an important power that is too often lost with digital solutions. the course has "how-to's" and insights into the inner workings of the software. Instructions might be repeated in in multiple ways, so all levels of users should have opportunities to understand the text and graphics. Some users will understand pictures alone. Some will want to understand the code. The purpose of Osmo software is standalone management of an individual's personal information. The software emphasises security instead of sharing. Features include But there are also less obvious functions we will talk about in this course, like the ability to create a pdf file of all tasks in a table. Osmo's purpose is to be simple as possible with as small a program as possible. It is supposed to be elegant. Simplicity is not based on limiting user's configuration options. Instead, this simplicity is hopefully based on limiting the number of extra or redundant programs jammed into one package. The developers have intended to put few demands on system resources, and not rely on Internet connections. Osmo is meant to be easy to use and simple to look at. Osmo has a graphical user interface, but users can do most things with just a keyboard. Osmo's flexible configuration settings are configurable by users. Users can change many of its looks and operations for their unique needs. Another crucial purpose is robust data security. It encrypts some or all of the user's data by default and unencrypts its self. The encryption algorithm's are publically published, so if the user remembers their private-key, an advanced programmer 'might' be able to recover encrypted data without running Osmo.

7 hours

$1,990

Perlwikibot

About

Perlwikibot is a framework for writing MediaWiki bots written in Perl, a free and open-source cross-platform programming language. MediaWiki::Bot itself provides classes and methods to perform many common tasks. There are currently no ready-to-run scripts like those found in Pywikibot. Documentation is best found by the command perldoc MediaWiki::Bot, or from CPAN. There is also some documentation on the Google Code wiki and on the GitHub repository. First, check the documentation. If your question is not answered there, you can contact the development team in three ways, listed here from most to least preferred:

7 hours

$1,990

PHProjekt

About

PHProjekt is a web-based groupware and project management suite available at no charge under the GNU General Public License at www.phprojekt.com. At present, PHProjekt has reached version 4.2.3, while the manual is at version 4.1. PHProjekt is distributed with a number of help files, but these are also out of date. You can file bug reports/wishes to the Bugtracker on the home page, or try your luck in the Forum. This course is a user manual for PHProjekt, written by the end-users themselves. It is our hope to keep up with development by using this wiki. You can contribute too, by hitting "edit this page" at the top of this page. Free (as in freedom) software needs free (as in freedom) manuals. Please read the GNU Free Documentation License for details. Enter the address of your PHProjekt web server into your browser. This may be something like yourprojectserver.com/index.php or your domain.com/phprojekt/index.php. If you do not know the address, you need to contact the administrator who setup PHProjekt on your system. If the web server requires you to accept a security certificate - do that.

7 hours

$1,990

Potopt Molecular Dynamics Suite

About

Potopt is molecular dynamics software implemented in ISO C11 and utilizing MPI for parallel processing. This manual documents a pre-release version of the software, made available at 2014-02-26. The details of both the implementation and user interface are still not settled, and are likely to change significantly before the first release. Potopt is an ISO C11- and MPI-based (tested with GCC 4.8.2 and Open MPI 1.6.5, respectively) code that solves equations of motion for a system of (dimensionless) particles with user-specified masses, initial locations and velocities. The equations are based on the Morse potential, with parameters specified for each interacting pair of particles (which may mean the ones sharing a chemical bond, or otherwise related.) The -n N parameter given to mpirun(1) specifies the number of processes to run. Refer to the documentation on the MPI implementation used for more information. The Split argument is currently mandatory and is a whitespace-delimited string of positive integer values specifying the number of particles to simulate with each process. Naturally, these numbers should sum up to a total number of particles in the system considered, such as 22 for modelling the 22-atom graphene sample system below within a single process (-n 1), '11 11' for two processes (-n 2), '7 8 7' for three (-n 3), etc.

7 hours

$1,990

POV-Ray

About

The Persistence of Vision Raytracer, or POV-Ray, is a ray tracing program available for a variety of computer platforms. It was originally based on DKBTrace, written by David Kirk Buck and Aaron A. Collins. There are also influences from the earlier Polyray raytracer contributed by its author Alexander Enzmann. It is available free of charge. The intentions of This course is to make it a High School course for use in a graphics art class. At the end of each section there will be some of the following resources that can be used in the classroom: lesson plans, assignments, solutions to assignments, quizzes, tests, and links to other resources that might be useful. Before the Beginning This course will assume that you have knowledge of the Windows, Linux, or Mac OSX operating systems and how menus, mouse movement and generic commands like copy and paste work. If there is a command that is specific to POV-Ray more details might be provided. A Requisite basic introduction to computing can be found at Computers for Beginners.

Content

  • Introduction
  • Setting-up
  • Getting Started
  • Let's start drawing!

7 hours

$1,990

Sage

About

Sage is an open-source mathematical software system. Sage lacks a comprehensive documentation for new users. There are publications, technical documentation and small tutorials. They are good, but it is not possible to enhance them easily. This course should focus on simple examples and good introductions to explain various aspects of Sage, the interface and its underlying language Python. Content should be generated in the spirit of open-source by more experienced users for new users. Anybody should be able to enhance This course to accommodate Sage's expanding range of functionality and enable iterative refinement of already existing material.

7 hours

$1,990

Sahana

About

Sahana is a web based collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster. The New York City Office of Emergency Management has worked with contractors, the original creators of Sahana, and the international open source Sahana community to modify the application to fill operational gaps in the New York City Coastal Storm Plan. Sahana is organized according to functional modules. The following are module descriptions describe the main functions of New York City Sahana The Site System module tracks basic information about each of our CSP sheltering facilities. Data points: Facility name, address, operational use, staffing pattern, opening sequence The Staff Registration System (SRS) organizes contact information for the city employees who have been assigned to the CSP. SRS database size is limited only by hardware (currently configured for ~68,000 staff) Data points: Unique Identifier, first name, last name, Emergency role classification, agency, PMS ID, civil service title, home address, work address, three phone numbers, two email addresses, language information, and drivers license classification The Shelteree Tracking System captures information on people seeking shelter in the NYC sheltering system. Shelterees are organized by family representative and include pets in the family unit. Data points: Name, age, address, pet information, family composition, facility within which the family is taking shelter

7 hours

$1,990

SAP ERP

About

SAP® ERP, previously known as SAP R/3®, is a leading enterprise resource planning software developed by SAP AG in Germany. As of early 2013, it is used by about corporate 50,000 customers across 25 industries, 37 languages, and 45 localizations.[1] The strength of SAP is its online integration across key business functions, such as procurement, sales, banking and accounting. As soon as a warehouse clerk confirms a goods receipt from a vendor, it is immediately shown on a general ledger account. And when the vendor's invoice is entered, SAP automatically compares its price and quantity against the ordered and received ones and based on the result, it either releases it or blocks it against payment. One set of master data (e.g., vendor and customer list, catalogue of materials etc.) is used throughout the system, reducing the need for duplicate maintenance. If you are authorized, it is easy for you to "click through" from one object (e.g., accounting document) to all related information (e.g., original vendor invoice, purchase order, goods receipt, vendor and article master, payment document). This in turn implies, that: I want to learn more about SAP ERP. Where to start?

7 hours

$1,990

Beginner's Scribus

About

Scribus is a desktop publishing program (DTP) that is free software licensed under the GNU General Public License. It is cross-platform: There are versions available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, OS/2, and Windows. This makes Scribus suitable for minor to medium audience publications, which were designed collaboratively in non-corporate organizations. The current stable version is 1.4.6. SLA files are the native format for Scribus. You can export files into PDF, EPS, SVG and raster images. This course is addressed to readers who are not yet familiar with any DTP software. Applications like OpenOffice, LibreOffice, and MS Word are word-processing software, not desktop publishing software. Word processors are concerned primarily with editing text. Desktop publishing software is concerned primarily with layout (e.g. placement of columns, images, headlines, etc.)


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$1,990

Sphinx Search

About

If you are somebody that doesn't know much about indexes, APIs, and configuration files it's a pretty good indication that you should read This course. Unlike the official documentation, This course explains certain things that the documentation thinks you should know already. Note that I will focus mostly on the PHP API throughout This course, since I'm best at that language, but you can use Sphinx with pretty much any language imaginable. You might be asking yourself, why bother use Sphinx? It seems to be more trouble than it's worth. Sphinx is a little bit different from what you are used to with MySQL queries. So don't expect to get it instantly. Sphinx retrieves data from a table in a MySQL database and performs a process called indexing on it. Indexing creates a file that is easily searchable by Sphinx. For example, if you try to search a document in Microsoft Word it will search for words one by one in the document text. In a very large document searching can be noticeably slow. On the other hand, Sphinx indexes before any searches take place. This creates an index which can be efficiently searched instead of searching the entire document word by word. A good example is an encyclopedia index. If I want to find some information about cats, I could do what Microsoft Word does and read every page in the encyclopedia looking for the occurrence of the word "cat". Or I can look in the back, under cat, ah pages 104, 195, and 653. Much easier.

7 hours

$1,990

Tomato Firmware

About

Tomato is a partially free open source Linux-based firmware for several Broadcom-based Wi-Fi routers, including the Linksys WRT54G. The major emphasis of Tomato is on stability, speed and efficiency. It is maintained by Jonathan Zarate[1], who also developed HyperWRT +tofu. Tomato is notable for its web-based user interface that includes several types of bandwidth usage charts, advanced QoS access restriction features, raised connection limits which enables P2P networking, and support for 125 High Speed Mode (marketed by Linksys as "SpeedBooster"). This course serves as the documentation for the Tomato firmware and its variations, documenting features, installation, configuration and use of the firmware. Note: most likely the author of this Tomato firmware is no longer accessible, hence development of this software has ceased in the past 6-7 years! Multiple known/unknown security vulnerabilities may have been identified running in the last version, and therefore it is strongly NOT recommended to use this old software nowadays. Search for other custom firmware products elsewhere! The following features implemented in the Tomato base firmware over typical OEM firmware and open alternatives such as DD-WRT and OpenWRT:

7 hours

$1,990

Wikimedia

About

This course is about the Wikimedia Foundation, its goals, websites, criticisms and culture and how people can contribute to it. Administrative: Chapters: The creators of Wikibooks, those who contributed financially and so generously of their time, the administrators who assist in copyright compliance, layout and copyediting, the co-editors This course is expected to attract, and most of all the readers whom, though they may not edit, contribute by reading and pondering the writing, for, without readers, there would be no point to writing. In particular, Adrignoli was very helpful with an earlier book by this course's lead author, and by establishing a tone of genuine academic and bibliophilic collegiality, made wikibooks a true refuge in a wikiworld often full of wicked ways. In the wikipaediae outside of wikibooks, James Neill, an administrator and bureacrat at wikiversity has really been a very positive and welcoming force which is reciprocally quite welcome indeed. On Wiktionary, User: Internoob has been a sage and innovative source of information, insight and encouragement in often contentious debates. Please feel free to peruse Things to Do on the discussion page. You are also invited to the discussion page to suggest possible ways to handle the layout, which is at this time under study. Contributors are requested to read the text, unless making grammatical corrections,adding citations, or similar contributions which are not contingent upon understanding the overall vision of the course. The purpose of this request is to establish the unity which underlies that which is, in fact, a book, and to help contributors establish a feel for what This course is about. Of course, suggestions are always welcome for those who do not have the time to read the whole book but who have a burning desire to contribute an insight. Comments are also welcome on this request, whether it is regarded as draconian, or as an invitation to a reckless free for all of under-qualified editorial experiments!

7 hours

$1,990

Windows Movie Maker

About

This course will teach you the basics and more advanced essentials of Windows Movie Maker. It assumes you have at least a simple knowledge of the Windows operating system. The user can create, edit, and import photos, music, and video. They can be combined and modified to create a movie. The user can also add captions, slides, and special effects to the movie. Using the share option, the movie can be shared across other applications and social media. Apart from this Windows Movie Maker also gives users the option to record their own narration and add them to the slides. The movie maker comes with a variety of transitional effects for the slides and themes for the movie. There is an option to record real-time video using a computer/laptop’s webcam and convert it into a movie. The user can also add pre-loaded visual effects to the pictures and slides. So basically, Movie Maker is good for you to get started with making films, but if you're going to get serious with making low-budget feature films, then you might want to buy a commercial program, which naturally yields better results.

7 hours

$1,990

WordPerfect

About

This section contains tips for tweaking Corel WordPerfect 12, so that Classic Mode emulates WP 5.1 for DOS more closely. For a more complete review of Classic Mode, see WordPerfect 12. The following abbreviations are used below: WordPerfect 12 already has a 5.1 version setting in workspace manager under the tools menu. When WP 12 starts for the first time, it will give you the choice to first select one of several emulation modes. If this choice is not presented, select Tools, Workspace Manager, Classic Mode. Select Tools, Settings, Display, Reveal Codes. Uncheck "Use system colors". Change the text color to white, and the Background to DOS blue by chosing "More" and entering this color: (R,G,B=0,0,168). For an even closer WP 5.1 experience, change the font to Fixedsys. Note that this font cannot be adjusted in size, and may be too small. If necessary, try Courier New. When you have chosen View, Zoom, "Margin width" you should use a font of about 14 to match a font size in your document of 12. Uncheck "Show spaces as bullets". Right-click on the Application Bar at the bottom of the window and choose Settings. Uncheck Digital Signature. Check Num Lock State. Uncheck Printer. Uncheck Shadow Cursor On/Off. Double click on the Num Lock icon to change it to NUM. Double click on the AB icon to change it to CAPS. Drag CAPS completely to the right. Drag Insert/Typeover (General Status) completely to the left.

7 hours

$1,990

Explore Od (Unix CLI)

About

Od is a Unix command-line tool used to show the raw bytes of a file in various ways including hexadecimal and octal, available on many platforms. Command-line options aka switches of od: Command-line options aka switches of GNU od, beyond the bare-bones od: Links: Examples of od use: A version of GNU od for MS Windows is available from GnuWin32 project, as well as from Cygwin.

Content

  • Options
  • Examples
  • Versions

7 hours

$1,990

Discover Uniq (Unix CLI)

About

Uniq is a line-oriented Unix command-line tool dealing with adjacent identical lines, available on many platforms. Command-line options aka switches of uniq: Command-line options aka switches of some versions of uniq: Links Examples of uniq use: A version of GNU uniq for MS Windows is available from GnuWin32 project, as well as from Cygwin.

Content

  • Options
  • Examples
  • Versions

7 hours

$1,990

VirtualBox

About

Welcome to the VirtualBox. Here we'll guide you through the installation and use of operating systems in a "virtual machine" that is sandboxed and hardware-accelerated using Oracle VM VirtualBox, an open-source hypervisor currently being developed by Oracle (formerly Sun Microsystems). It's written with the expectation that readers already know the basics of using their computer. We hope you find it useful, or at least informative, in your journey to working with virtual machines. VirtualBox has an official manual with up-to-date technical documentation available to read on their website. You can read it with the same web browser you use to access This course online. As per the goals of a public wiki, you are free to contribute to This course with updates and additional information. Table of Contents Note While we, the maintainers of This course, strive to future-proof our texts, things can change and in the software industry, change happens often and quickly before writers have a chance to catch up. For example, much of This course was originally written when VirtualBox was licensed under the PUEL with an alternate Open-Source Edition licensed under GPLv2. Since version 4 in December 2010, the software is distributed under the GPL2 license, and the main website instead links to the Extension Pack which is licensed under the PUEL.

7 hours

$1,990

Commit Often, Perfect Later, Publish Once: Git Best Practices

About

Best Practices vary from environment to environment, and there is no One True Answer, but still, this represents a consensus from #git and in some cases helps you frame the discussion for the generation of your very own best practices. Knowing where to look is half the battle. I strongly urge everyone to read (and support) the Pro Git book. The other resources are highly recommended by various people as well. Imported from Seth Robertson's original. Thanks to the experts on #git, and my co-workers, for review, feedback, and ideas.

7 hours

$1,990

Cut

About

Cut is a Unix command-line tool used to extract fields and the like from lines of input, available on many platforms. Command-line options aka switches of cut: Command-line options aka switches of some versions of cut: Examples of cut use: Examples of use of similar tools in cut's domain: Cut is subject to the following limitations: Note: Some people find that awk or gawk is able to meet needs where cut is too limited. A version of GNU cut for MS Windows is available from GnuWin32 project, as well as from Cygwin.

7 hours

$1,990

Grep

About

Grep is a Unix utility that searches through either information piped to it or files in the current directory. An example should help clarify things. Let's say that we wanted to search through a directory, and wanted to find all the files that had the string "hello" in their name. You might issue the 'ls' command in a shell to list the directory's content and: and look through everything manually, or you could use the 'ls' command and pipe the output of ls to grep: On the contrary, if you want to filter a list unless some entries, put it in the parameter -v: the '|' character is the representation of the pipe basically directs the output of the 'ls' command as input for grep. You should get a nice (perhaps empty) list with all the files that have "hello" in their names. For search term, grep can take regular expressions rather than plain strings. A simple example for that might be looking for all .txt OR .jpg files in a directory:

7 hours

$1,990

Introduction to Database Systems

About

What is a database? A database (DB) is a collection of data that lives for a long time. Many systems fit this definition, for example, a paper-based file system, a notebook, or even a string with knobs for counting. A Database Management System (DBMS) is a system (software) that provides an interface to database for information storage and retrieval. We are more interested in software systems rather than manual systems because they can do the job more efficiently. The common features of a DBMS includes The users of a database assume difference roles such as The key concepts of database includes Schema are meta-data that describe data. Such meta-data can describe the structure of the data which ranges from strictly enforced structure (relational) to semi-structure (XML) and free-structured data (text files). Before we define the schema we must decide on a model of the data - a metaphor. For relational database n-ary relation is used to model data.

7 hours

$1,990

Seccubus

About

About Seccubus

Seccubus automates regular vulnerability scans with various tools and aids security people in the fast analysis of its output, both on the first scan and on repeated scans. On repeated scan delta reporting ensures that findings only need to be judged when they first appear in the scan results or when their output changes. Seccubus 2.x is the only actively developed and maintained branch and all support for Seccubus V1 has officially been dropped. Seccubus V2 works with the following scanners:

  • Nessus
  • OpenVAS
  • Skipfish
  • Medusa (local and remote)
  • Nikto (local and remote)
  • NMap (local and remote)
  • OWASP-ZAP (local and remote)
  • SSLyze
  • Medusa
  • Qualys SSL labs
  • testssl.sh (local and remote)

    Available images. Information about the docker containers is in [README-docker.md] Default password, changinge it!!!!!

    After installation the default username and paswword for seccubus is: admin / GiveMeVulns! It is highly recommended you change this after installation. /bin/seccubus_passwd -u admin Change log

    Changes of this branch vs the latest/previous release x-x-2019 - v2.53 Development release

    This is work in progress Differences with 2.52 Enhancements

  • Improved unit test for version check Bug Fixes
  • 698 - Version check was broken


7 hours

$1,990

Rwa

About

Description

this course holds the code to a new kind of RNN model for processing sequential data. The model computes a recurrent weighted average (RWA) over every previous processing step. With this approach, the model can form direct connections anywhere along a sequence. This stands in contrast to traditional RNN architectures that only use the previous processing step. Because the RWA can be computed as a running average, it does not need to be completely recomputed with each processing step. The numerator and denominator can be saved from the previous step. Consequently, the model scales like that of other RNN models such as the LSTM model. In each folder, the RWA model is evaluated on a different task. The performance of the RWA model is compared against a LSTM model. The RWA is found to train considerably faster on most tasks by at least a factor of five. As the sequences become longer, the RWA model scales even better. See the manuscript listed above for the details about each result. Note: The RWA model has failed to yield competitive results on Natural Language Problems.


7 hours

$1,990

DdiMon

About

DdiMon

Introduction DdiMon is a hypervisor performing inline hooking that is invisible to a guest (ie, any code other than DdiMon) by using extended page table (EPT). DdiMon is meant to be an educational tool for understanding how to use EPT from a programming perspective for research. To demonstrate it, DdiMon installs the invisible inline hooks on the following device driver interfaces (DDIs) to monitor activities of the Windows built-in kernel patch protection, a.k.a. PatchGuard, and hide certain processes without being detected by PatchGuard. Those stealth shadow hooks are hidden from guest's read and write memory operations and exposed only on execution of the memory. Therefore, they are neither visible nor overwritable from a guest, while they function as ordinal hooks. It is accomplished by making use of EPT enforcing a guest to see different memory contents from what it would see if EPT is not in use. This technique is often called memory shadowing.


7 hours

$1,990

LargeVis

About

LargeVis

This is the official implementation of the LargeVis model by the original authors, which is used to visualize large-scale and high-dimensional data (Tang, Liu, Zhang and Mei). It now supports visualizing both high-dimensional feature vectors and networks. The package also contains a very efficient algorithm for constructing K-nearest neighbor graph (K-NNG).


7 hours

$1,990

Yago3

About

YAGO

YAGO is a large semantic knowledge base, derived from Wikipedia, WordNet, WikiData, GeoNames, and other data sources. Currently, YAGO knows more than 17 million entities (like persons, organizations, cities, etc.) and contains more than 150 million facts about these entities. YAGO is special in several ways:

  • The accuracy of YAGO has been manually evaluated, proving a confirmed accuracy of 95% (*). Every relation is annotated with its confidence value.
  • YAGO combines the clean taxonomy of WordNet with the richness of the Wikipedia category system, assigning the entities to more than 350,000 classes.
  • YAGO is anchored in time and space. YAGO attaches a temporal dimension and a spatial dimension to many of its facts and entities.
  • In addition to taxonomy, YAGO has thematic domains such as "music" or "science" from WordNet Domains.
  • YAGO extracts and combines entities and facts from 10 Wikipedias in different languages. YAGO is jointly developed at the DBWeb group at Télécom ParisTech University, the Databases and Information Systems group at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and Ambiverse.

(*) Not every version of YAGO is manually evaluated. Most notably, the version generated by this code may not be the one that we evaluated! Check the versions on the YAGO download page

YAGO Code Repository

Target audience

If you are just interested in the data of YAGO, there is no need to use the present code repository. You can download data of YAGO from the YAGO homepage. If you are interested in using the source code of YAGO, or in contributing to it, read on. The source code of YAGO is a Java project that extracts facts from Wikipedia and the other data sources, and stores these facts in files. These files make up the YAGO knowledge base. If you run the code yourself, you can define (a) what Wikipedia languages to cover, and (b) which specific Wikipedia, Wikidata, and Wikimedia Commons snapshots should be used during the build.

Project components

The following Java projects belong to YAGO

  • Javatools: These classes are Java utilities. They are shared with other projects.
  • Basics: These classes are used to represent facts, TSV files, etc. The files in "data" describe the schema of YAGO.
  • YAGO: This project contains

Prerequisites

To run YAGO, you need the following:

  • Java 8
  • Maven
  • for the automated downloading of data resources:
    • Python 2.7
    • the Python module requests (you can use pip install requests to install this module)
    • a unix machine
  • a machine with at least 256 GB of RAM and 1 TB of disk space

The YAGO configuration file

YAGO is configured with a configuration file. Use this template to generate your own copy of that file. It should contain the following lines:

  • reuse = true|false: Specifies whether a new run of YAGO should overwrite or re-use the facts that have already been generated in a previous run.
  • yagoFolder = ...: Specifies the folder where the YAGO facts shall be stored.
  • languages = en, de, fr, nl, it, es, ro, pl, ar, fa: Specifies the Wikipedia languages from which YAGO shall extract the facts. Use ISO 639-1 language codes.
  • extractors: List of extractors to run. By default, just use the list from the template.
  • subgraphClasses: Specify a single class (e.g. ), or list of classes (e.g. ,). The final YAGO output will contain only entities of the specified classes, and entities connected to them. Additionally, the final YAGO output will contain entities specified in subgraphEntities.
  • subgraphEntities: Specify a single entity (e.g. ), or list of entities (e.g. ,). The final YAGO output will contain only these entities and entities connected to them. Additionally, the final YAGO output will contain entities specified in subgraphClasses.

7 hours

$1,990

Oozie

About

Apache Oozie

What is Oozie Oozie is an extensible, scalable and reliable system to define, manage, schedule, and execute complex Hadoop workloads via web services. More specifically, this includes:

  • XML-based declarative framework to specify a job or a complex workflow of dependent jobs.
  • Support different types of job such as Hadoop Map-Reduce, Pipe, Streaming, Pig, Hive and custom java applications.
  • Workflow scheduling based on frequency and/or data availability.
  • Monitoring capability, automatic retry and failure handing of jobs.
  • Extensible and pluggable architecture to allow arbitrary grid programming paradigms.
  • Authentication, authorization, and capacity-aware load throttling to allow multi-tenant software as a service. Oozie Overview Oozie is a server based Workflow Engine specialized in running workflow jobs with actions that run Hadoop Map/Reduce and Pig jobs. Oozie is a Java Web-Application that runs in a Java servlet-container. For the purposes of Oozie, a workflow is a collection of actions (i.e. Hadoop Map/Reduce jobs, Pig jobs) arranged in a control dependency DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph). "control dependency" from one action to another means that the second action can't run until the first action has completed. Oozie workflows definitions are written in hPDL (a XML Process Definition Language similar to JBOSS JBPM jPDL). Oozie workflow actions start jobs in remote systems (i.e. Hadoop, Pig). Upon action completion, the remote systems callback Oozie to notify the action completion, at this point Oozie proceeds to the next action in the workflow. Oozie workflows contain control flow nodes and action nodes. Control flow nodes define the beginning and the end of a workflow ( start , end and fail nodes) and provide a mechanism to control the workflow execution path ( decision , fork and join nodes). Action nodes are the mechanism by which a workflow triggers the execution of a computation/processing task. Oozie provides support for different types of actions: Hadoop map-reduce, Hadoop file system, Pig, SSH, HTTP, eMail and Oozie sub-workflow. Oozie can be extended to support additional type of actions. Oozie workflows can be parameterized (using variables like ${inputDir} within the workflow definition). When submitting a workflow job values for the parameters must be provided. If properly parameterized (i.e. using different output directories) several identical workflow jobs can concurrently.

7 hours

$1,990

Work with Abixen Platform

About

Abixen Platform is a microservices based software platform for building enterprise applications. The main goal of the project is a creation of functionalities through creating particular microservices and integrating by provided CMS. All you have to do in order to create an entirely new functionality is to implement a new, separated microservice. Now you can register it in Abixen Platform and start using by delivered configuration wizards and CMS. There is also an Abixen Platform API, which allows you to accelerate the process of new microservices creation. Abixen Platform's organizational division consists of pages and modules.

Content

  • Architecture overview
  • AWS Compatible
  • Logging and monitoring
  • History
  • Getting started
  • Known issues

7 hours

$1,990

Know PortableApps com

About

Portable software for cloud, local, and portable USB drives

PortableApps.com is the world's most popular portable software solution allowing you to take your favorite Windows software with you. It works in any cloud drive folder (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc), on any portable storage device (USB flash drive, memory card, portable hard drive, etc), or from your local hard drive. With millions of users all over the world and a full collection of open source and freeware software (as well commercial software), PortableApps.com is the most complete solution for life on the go. PortableApps.com was founded by John T. Haller, whose Portable Firefox started the portable software trend. We've been making software portable since March 2004. Today, our team stands at over 200 developers, translators, application packagers, designers, and release testers with nearly a billion app downloads. Our goal is to centralize the knowledge and development of portable software and build an open platform that any software or hardware developer can use


7 hours

$1,990


Is learning Computer Software hard?


In the field of Computer Software learning from a live instructor-led and hand-on training courses would make a big difference as compared with watching a video learning materials. Participants must maintain focus and interact with the trainer for questions and concerns. In Qwikcourse, trainers and participants uses DaDesktop , a cloud desktop environment designed for instructors and students who wish to carry out interactive, hands-on training from distant physical locations.


Is Computer Software a good field?


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