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[Linux Academy] Helm Deep Dive

 

Length: 04:57:33

Difficulty: Advanced

Videos: 15

 

Course Details

In this course we will be learning Helm the package manager for Kubernetes. We will start with the pre-requisites such as getting a Kubernetes cluster where we can install Tiller, the server side of helm, and ensure that our installation is working and that we are able to create a release. We will then cover charts, these are the packages that helm installs. We will cover the anatomy of a chart and how to make a chart from scratch. We will also show how to customize existing charts so that they can be used as templates for our own releases with Helm.

Interactive Diagram: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/HelmDeepDive.html

 

Michael McClaren

Linux Training Architect I in Content

Michael was always the guy that fixed the computers in his family, and eventually decided he wanted to prove he had the chops to become a true IT professional. He had worked as a master mechanic and was tired of turning wrenches every day. After his first certification, an MCSE in server 2003, doors started opening. He then proceeded to work as an entry-level sysadmin, and eventually found his way to Linux Academy. He credits one certification as making the difference and changing his life for the better.

 

Size: 806MB

 

https://linuxacademy.com/course/helm-deep-dive-part-1/

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[Linux Academy] Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHEL 8 RHCE)

 

Length 20:40:16

Difficulty Advanced

Videos 51

Hands-on Labs 23

 

Course Details

The Red Hat Certified Engineer course will prepare you for the certification exam from Red Hat. This certification is intended to be earned by a current Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA). This course will prepare you for the performance based certification exam by Red Hat that is intended to demonstrate your knowledge, skills and experience as a senior system administrator that is responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

Notice:This is not an official Red Hat course created by or approved by Red Hat. Linux Academy is in no away affiliated with Red Hat, inc the company.

 

Matthew Pearson – Linux Training Architect II in Content

Matthew currently resides in Lynchburg, Virginia where his favorite things are spending time with family and friends, gaming, and campfires in the fall. During his senior year of high school and early college, Matthew performed in a sketch comedy show on public access television that was called Tomato Time. He brings this creativity and fun to the content he creates.

 

Size: 3.12GB

 

https://linuxacademy.com/course/red-hat-certified-engineer-rhel-8-rhce/

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[Linux Academy] DevSecOps Essentials

John Marx – Training Architect

Length – 06:01:59

Difficulty – Beginner

Videos – 24

Hands-on Labs – 3

 

Course Details

This course covers the DevSecOps process with an emphasis on securing both legacy and hybrid cloud environments. Best practices for security are covered in a conventional Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline.

Earn a Certificate of Completion

When you complete this course, you’ll receive a certificate of completion as proof of your accomplishment.

 

Size: 1.97GB

 

https://linuxacademy.com/course/dev-sec-ops-essentials/

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[PackPub] Crazy about Arduino: Your End-to-End Workshop – Level 3 [Video]

Author: Idan Gabrieli
Released: October 25, 2019

Duration: 4 hours 4 minutes

Learn to build a complete Internet of Things solution with Arduino, a SQL Database, and a web server

 

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Learn
  • Build an end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) data logger
  • Collect data using multiple sensors: DHT11, LDR, and ultrasonic
  • Set up a personal web and database server (MySQL)
  • Connect the Arduino to the Internet using the Ethernet module
  • Design and use a web API to send sensor data from the Arduino to the webserver
  • Analyze data logger data
About The best way to find out whether this course is really for you is by asking yourself a few basic questions:

• Do you like building things yourself?

• Are you looking for ways to easily combine software and hardware components?

• Did you ever wonder how electronic devices really work?

• Do you have a creative idea and are just looking for ways to easily prototype it?

If your answer to most of the questions above is “Yes,” then you’re in the right place. The Arduino is probably one of the most amazing developments and prototyping platforms today with endless possibilities for Do-It-Yourself hobbyists looking for ways to express their creativity and technical capabilities.

This course is LEVEL 3 and is part of a larger comprehensive training program divided into levels that are all about the Arduino and its surrounding ecosystem. Each course covers a specific group of subjects to lets you develop and grow your skills step-by-step while enjoying the journey. Join us and learn to build a complete data-logger solution including a web server and a database to store and analyze the collected data.

All the code and supporting files for this course are available at –

https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Crazy-about-Arduino-Your-End-to-End-Workshop—Level-3

Features
  • A complete and well-organized course
  • Build an interesting IoT project with sensors, an Apache web server, and a MySQL database
  • Design and program a smart sketch code to run the overall project
Course Length 4 hours 4 minutes
ISBN 9781839210808
Date Of Publication 25 Oct 2019

Size: 0.98GB 

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[Frontend Masters] Introduction to the JAMStack

Author: Jason Lengstorf – Gatsby
Released: October 22, 2019
Video Parts: 12 (MP4)
Duration: 6 h 24 min
Dimension: 1280x720p

Some Key Takeaways!

By coding along with us in the Workshop, you’ll:

  • Understand the advantages of building with the JAMstack
  • Learn how to create dynamic apps by only shipping static assets
  • Take advantage of serverless functions to replace traditional APIs

Your (Awesome) Instructor

Jason Lengstorf

Jason Lengstorf is a developer advocate, senior engineer, and occasional designer at Gatsby. He’s an advocate for building highly productive teams through better communication, well designed systems and processes, and healthy work-life balance, and he blogs about that sometimes. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Workshop Details

The architecture of modern apps is changing. More and more of the back-end has been moved into services, giving front-end developers significantly more power and autonomy to create full-featured apps than ever before. In this workshop, you’ll learn how the different parts of the JAMstack fit together, from creating apps out of only static assets, to handling asynchronous interactions with serverless functions, to setting up advanced features like authentication and databases.

Is This Workshop for Me?

Summary

This course is targeted toward developers who are comfortable with front-end development, but are interested in taking more control over what they can create on their own. They want to build and deploy complex apps entirely on their own using the tools available in the JAMstack ecosystem.

Any Prerequisites?

  • Some familiarity with React
  • Comfortable writing JavaScript

Size: 1.90GB

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[LYNDA] Revit 2020: Essential Training for Architecture (Metric)

Author: Paul F. Aubin

Released: 4/10/2019

Duration: 12h 10m

English Subtitle: Included

Description:

Learn the basics of using Revit 2020 for architectural design. This course is designed for those who have no prior Revit experience and want to work in metric units (meters and centimeters). First, get comfortable with the Revit environment, and learn to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then, instructor Paul F. Aubin helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; using joins and constraints; creating groups; linking to DWG files; and modeling floors, roofs, and ceilings. Paul also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, adding rooms, and creating schedules. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, as well as output sheets to PDF and AutoCAD.

 

Topics include:

  • Understanding BIM and the Revit element hierarchy
  • Navigating views
  • Creating a new project from a template
  • Adding walls, doors, and windows
  • Adding plumbing fixtures and other components
  • Linking AutoCAD DWG files
  • Rotating and aligning Revit links
  • Working with footprint and extrusion roofs
  • Adding openings
  • Adding railings
  • Creating stacked and curtain walls
  • Hiding and isolating objects
  • Adding rooms
  • Creating schedule views and tags
  • Adding text and dimensions
  • Creating new families
  • Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
  • Plotting and creating a PDF

Skill Level: Intermediate

Skills covered in this course

3D + Animation Architecture BIM CAD Revit Architecture

Size: 3.40GB

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[PacktPub] Full-Stack React, Python, and GraphQL [Video]

Reed Barger
October 24, 2019

6 hours 35 minutes

Develop impressive, rich full-stack apps with the latest and greatest features of Python, React, and GraphQL

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Learn
  • Build stunning, complete full-stack applications with React and Python
  • Create a robust Python backend with the Django web framework
  • Integrate GraphQL with Python using Graphene and Graphene-Django
  • Use GraphQL in great depth—from the basics to using it in full-stack apps
  • The latest and greatest React concepts, including React Hooks, React Context, and more
  • Work with GraphQL on the backend to create a complete API (with Django and Graphene)
  • Master GraphQL in React applications in great depth with Apollo Boost, Apollo Client, and Apollo Client State
About This course is for developers keen to build complete, full-stack applications with cutting-edge React user interfaces, powered by a robust Python backend and using GraphQL on the server and client.

This course was designed for developers keen to get ahead of the curve in the latest web technologies, and focuses on how to use GraphQL from front to back, the most current techniques and tools in React (including React Hooks, Apollo Boost, and Material UI), and how to combine it all with Python, Django, and Graphene for an amazing stack.

You’ll be building a full-stack app from scratch with a GraphQL API made with Python (Django and Graphene); a React client app with React Hooks and Apollo Boost; state management React Context (with useContext) and Apollo Client State, media file uploads with Cloudinary; and tons more.

This app will be a social music-sharing app called ReactTracks where users can upload and share any music they like, interact with various tracks by liking them and adding them to their profile, searching for tracks, adding information about their music, and editing/deleting their tracks.

All the codes and supporting files for this course are available at – https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Full-Stack-React-Python-and-GraphQL

Features
  • Build robust GraphQL backends with Python
  • Authenticate requests made to your Python backend with JSON web tokens
  • Master the latest and greatest tools to React: React Hooks and React Context
Course Length 6 hours 35 minutes
ISBN 9781839215698
Date Of Publication 24 Oct 2019

Size: 3.38GB

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[Linkedin] Review and Manage the SAP MRP List

 

Course by: Michael Management

 

Course Info:

  • Duration: 23m 7s
  • Skill Level: Intermediate
  • Released: October 21, 2019
  • Viewers: 261

Course details

The material requirements planning (MRP) list is a key information source for anyone involved in inventory control and manufacturing. This course is focused on review and management of the MRP lists in SAP in order to identify and resolve issues coming out of the planning run. Learn how to access and navigate the MRP lists, decipher the MRP exception messages and traffic lights, and resolve exceptions found in your planning run. Plus, see a demo of the techniques in action.

This course was created by Michael Management. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.

Instructor

Michael Management

Michael Management offers thousands of hands-on simulations and expert-led video lessons.

Its online SAP training courses are used by individuals and Fortune 500 companies around the world to train on all things SAP. The practical and challenging lessons are created with business scenarios in SAP that busy professionals can relate to every day. Students can access information quickly and be tested on their real-world SAP knowledge.

What they do

  • Technology Manager
  • Mechanic and Maintenance Tradesperson
  • Transportation Specialist
  • School Teacher
  • Corporate Finance Specialist

Where they work

  •  United States Air Force
  •  HSBC
  •  Nokia
  •  PepsiCo
  •  Samsung Electronics

Size: 244MB

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[Frontend Masters] Intermediate Gatsby

Author: Jason Lengstorf – Gatsby
Released: October 21, 2019
Video Parts: 12 (MP4)
Duration: 5h 52m
Dimension: 1280x718p

Some Key Takeaways!

By coding along with us in the Workshop, you’ll:

  • Add custom data from any source to your Gatsby site, from REST to GraphQL to static files to Google Sheets and everything in between
  • Use Gatsby themes to package up code in a reusable, shareable way
  • Add dynamic content and routing to your Gatsby sites
  • Use schema customization to avoid errors and create custom data on the fly
  • Create abstract content types to allow developers to load data from multiple sources in a single query

Your (Awesome) Instructor

Jason Lengstorf

Jason Lengstorf is a developer advocate, senior engineer, and occasional designer at Gatsby. He’s an advocate for building highly productive teams through better communication, well designed systems and processes, and healthy work-life balance, and he blogs about that sometimes. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Workshop Details

The baseline setup in Gatsby will take you far, but in any complex app or website you’ll end up wanting to go beyond the defaults. This course will teach you how to leverage Gatsby’s APIs to handle advanced use cases like handling dynamic content, adding your own data to Gatsby’s GraphQL API, customizing Gatsby’s schema, creating reusable themes, and more.

 

Is This Workshop for Me?

Summary

This course is for developers who are familiar with creating Gatsby sites, but want to add more power and flexibility to their apps and sites.

Any Prerequisites?

  • comfortable with React
  • a general idea of what GraphQL is
  • a bit of experience writing Node.js

Size: 1.80GB

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[Linux Academy] Linux Foundation Certified Engineer

Rob Marti

Linux Training Architect I in Content

My IT career has run the gamut of call center support, hardware repair, managing servers for a university, and finally – before I came to Linux Academy – working at Open Source giant Red Hat.I’ve held many certifications over the years including Red Hat’s Clustering, Performance Tuning, Satellite, and a few others.I’m excited to start this new course in my career and help serve the Community here at Linux Academy!

Length 26:23:40

Difficulty Advanced

Videos 54

Hands-on Labs 17

 

Course Details

A Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) possesses a wider range and greater depth of skills than the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS). Linux Foundation Certified Engineers are responsible for the design and implementation of system architecture. They provide an escalation path and serve as Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for the next generation of system administration professionals.

The Linux Foundation is the non-profit organization that hosts the Linux project, employs Linux creator Linus Torvalds and hosts kernel.org (where all Linux kernel updates are released). When you get our certifications, you’re getting certified from the source.

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Certification Prep Course

This course can help prepare you for a certification exam.

 

Size: 3.23GB