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Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog

Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog

Learn Java Programming with 200+ code examples. For Absolute Java Beginners! Start Learning Java Programming Now!

What you’ll learn

Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog

  • You will Learn Java the MODERN WAY – Step By Step – With 200 HANDS-ON Code Examples
  • You will Understand the BEST PRACTICES in Writing High-Quality Java Code
  • Will Solve a Wide Range of Hands-on Programming EXERCISES with Java
  • You will Learn to Write AWESOME Object-Oriented Programs with Java
  • You will Acquire ALL the SKILLS to demonstrate an EXPERTISE with Java Programming in Your Job Interviews
  • Will learn ADVANCED Object-Oriented Programming Concepts – Abstraction, Inheritance, Encapsulation, and Polymorphism

Requirements

  • You have an attitude to learn while having fun ūüôā
  • You have ZERO Programming Experience and Want to Learn Java

Description

Zero Java Programming Experience? No Problem.

Java is one of the most popular programming languages. Java offers both object-oriented and functional programming features.

We take a hands-on approach using a combination of JShell and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and Code Examples. This course assumes no previous ( beginner ) programming or Java experience. If you’ve never programmed a computer before, or if you already have experience with another programming language and want to quickly learn Java, this is a perfect course for you. Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog

In more than 250 Steps, we explore the most important Java Programming Language Features

  • Basics of Java Programming – Expressions, Variables, and Printing Output
  • Java Operators – Java Assignment Operator, Relational and Logical Operators, Short Circuit Operators
  • Java Conditionals and If Statement
  • Methods – Parameters, Arguments, and Return Values
  • Object-Oriented Programming – Class, Object, State, and Behavior
  • Basics of OOPS – Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance, and Polymorphism
  • Basics about Java Data Types – Casting, Operators and More
  • Java Built-in Classes – BigDecimal, String, Java Wrapper Classes
  • Conditionals with Java – If Else Statement, Nested If Else, Java Switch Statement, Java Ternary Operator
  • Loops – For Loop, While Loop in Java, Do While Loop, Break and Continue
  • Immutability of Java Wrapper Classes, String and BigDecimal

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Introduction to Java Programming with Jshell using Multiplication Table

00 – Getting Started with Programming
01 – Introduction to Multiplication Table challenge
02 – Launch JShell
03 – Break Down Multiplication Table Challenge
04 – Java Expression – An Introduction
05 – Java Expression – Exercises
06 – Java Expression – Puzzles
07 – Printing output to console with Java
08 – Printing output to console with Java – Exercise Statements
09 – Printing output to console with Java – Exercise Solutions
10 – Printing output to console with Java – Puzzles
11 – Advanced Printing output to console with Java
12 – Advanced Printing output to console with Java – Exercises and Puzzles
13 – Introduction to Variables in Java
14 – Introduction to Variables in Java – Exercises, and Puzzles
15 – 4 Important Things to Know about Variables in Java

Introduction to Method with Multiplication Table

00 – Section 02 – Methods – An Introduction
01 – Your First Java Method – Hello World Twice and Exercise Statements
02 – Introduction to Java Methods – Exercises and Puzzles
03 – Programming Tip – Editing Methods with JShell
04 – Introduction to Java Methods – Arguments and Parameters (Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog)
05 – Introduction to Java Method Arguments – Exercises
06 – Introduction to Java Method Arguments – Puzzles and Tips
07 – Getting back to Multiplication Table – Creating a method
08 – Print Multiplication Table with a Parameter and Method Overloading
09 – Passing Multiple Parameters to a Java Method
10 – Returning from a Java Method – An Introduction
11 – Returning from a Java Method – Exercises
12 – Methods – Section Review

Introduction to Java Platform

00 – Section 03 – Overview Of Java Platform – Section Overview
01 – Overview Of Java Platform – An Introduction – java, javac, bytecode and JVM
02 – Java Class and Object – First Look
03 – Create a method in a Java class
04 – Create and Compile Planet.java class
05 – Run Planet class with Java – Using a main method
06 – Play and Learn with Planet Class
07 – JDK vs JRE vs JVM

Introduction to Eclipse – First Java Project

01 – Creating a New Java Project with Eclipse
02 – Your first Java class with Eclipse
03 – Writing Multiplication Table Java Program with Eclipse
04 – Adding more methods for Multiplication Table Program
05 – Programming Tip 1: Refactoring with Eclipse
06 – Programming Tip 2: Debugging with Eclipse
07 – Programming Tip 3: Eclipse vs JShell – How to choose?

Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming

00 – Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming – Section Overview
01 – Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming – Basics
02 – Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming – Terminology – Class, Object, State, and Behavior
03 – Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming – Exercise – Online Shopping System and Person
04 – Create a Motor Bike Java Class and a couple of objects
05 – Exercise Solutions – Book class and Three instances
06 – Introducing State of an object with speed variable
07 – Understanding the basics of Encapsulation with Setter methods
08 – Exercises and Tips – Getters and Generating Getters and Setters with Eclipse
09 – Puzzles on this and initialization of member variables
10 – First Advantage of Encapsulation

Primitive Data Types And Alternatives

00 – Primitive Data Types in Depth – Section Overview
01 – Basics about Java Integer Data Types – Casting, Operators and More
02 – Java Integer Data Types – Puzzles – Octal, Hexadecimal, Post and Pre increment
03 – Java Integer Data Types – Exercises – BiNumber – add, multiply and double
04 – Java Floating-Point Data Types – Casting, Conversion, and Accuracy
05 – Introduction to BigDecimal Java Class (Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog)
06 – BigDecimal Puzzles – Adding Integers
07 – BigDecimal Exercises – Simple Interest Calculation
08 – Java Boolean Data Type – Relational and Logical Operators
09 – Java Boolean Data Type – Puzzles – Short Circuit Operators
10 – Java Character Data Type char – Representation and Conversion

Conditionals

00 – Conditionals with Java – Section Overview
01 – Introduction to If Else Statement
02 – Introduction to Nested If Else
03 – If Else Statement – Puzzles
05 – If Else Problem – How to get number 2 and choice from the user?
06 – If Else Problem – Implementing with Nested If Else
07 – Java Switch Statement – An introduction
08 – Java Switch Statement – Puzzles – Default, Break and Fall Through
09 – Java Switch Statement – Exercises – isWeekDay, name of the month, nameOfDay
10 – Java Ternary Operation – An Introduction
11 – Conditionals with Java – Conclusion

Loops

00 – Java Loops – Section Introduction
01 – Java For Loop – Syntax, and Puzzles
02 – Java For Loop – Exercises Overview and First Exercise Prime Numbers
03 – Java For Loop – Exercise – Sum Upto N Numbers and Sum of Divisors
04 – Java For Loop – Exercise – Print a Number Triangle
05 – While Loop in Java – An Introduction
06 – While Loop – Exercises – Cubes and Squares up to limit
07 – Do While Loop in Java – An Introduction
08 – Do While Loop in Java – An Example – Cube while the user enters positive numbers
09 – Introduction to Break and Continue
10 – Selecting Loop in Java – For vs While vs Do While

Reference Types

00 – Java Reference Types – Section Introduction
01 – Reference Types – How are they stored in Memory?
02 – Java Reference Types – Puzzles
03 – String class – Introduction and Exercise – Print each word and char on a new line
04 – String class – Exercise Solution and Some More Important Methods
05 – Understanding String is Immutable and String Concat, Upper Case, Lower Case, Trim methods
06 – String Concatenation and Join, Replace Methods
07 – Java String Alternatives – StringBuffer and StringBuilder
08 – Java Wrapper Classes – An Introduction – Why and What?
09 – Java Wrapper Classes – Creation – Constructor and valueOf
10 – Java Wrapper Classes – Auto Boxing and a Few Wrapper Constants – SIZE, BYTES, MAX_VALUE, and MIN_VALUE

Arrays and ArrayLists

00 – Introduction to Array and ArrayList – Section Introduction with a Challenge
01 – Understanding the need and Basics about an Array
02 – Java Arrays – Creating and Accessing Values – Introduction
03 – Java Arrays – Puzzles – Arrays of Objects, Primitive Data Types, toString, and Exceptions
04 – Java Arrays – Compare, Sort and Fill
05 – Java Arrays – Exercise – Create Student Class – Part 1 – Total and Average Marks
06 – Java Arrays – Exercise – Create Student Class – Part 2 – Maximum and Minimum Mark
07 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – Need
08 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – Basics
09 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – Enhancing Student Class
10 – Java Arrays – Using Person Objects and String Elements with Exercises

Object-Oriented Programming Again

00 – Object-Oriented Programming – Level 2 – Section Introduction
01 – Basics of Designing a Class – Class, Object, State and Behavior
02 – OOPS Example – Fan Class – Deciding State and Constructors
03 – OOPS Example – Fan Class – Deciding Behavior with Methods
04 – OOPS Exercise – Rectangle Class (Java Programming for Complete Beginners Course Catalog)
05 – Understanding Object Composition with Customer Address Example
06 – Understanding Object Composition – An Exercise – Books and Reviews
07 – Understanding Inheritance – Why do we need it?
08 – Object is at top of Inheritance Hierarchy
09 – Inheritance and Overriding – with toString() method
10 – Java Inheritance – Exercise – Student and Employee Classes
11 – Java Inheritance – Default Constructors and super() method call
12 – Java Inheritance – Puzzles – Multiple Inheritance, Reference Variables, and instanceof

Collections

01 – Java Collections – Section Overview with Need For Collections
02 – List Interface – Introduction – Position is King
03 – List Interface – Immutability and Introduction of Implementations – ArrayList, LinkedList, and Vector
04 – List Interface Implementations – ArrayList vs LinkedList
05 – List Interface Implementations – ArrayList vs Vector
06 – List Interface – Methods to add, remove and change elements and lists
07 – List and ArrayList – Iterating around elements
08 – List and ArrayList – Choosing iteration approach for printing and deleting elements
09 – List and ArrayList – Puzzles – Type Safety and Removing Integers
10 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Introduction to Collections sort static method
11 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Implementing Comparable Interface in Student Class
12 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Providing Flexibility by implementing Comparator interface

Generics

01 – Introduction to Generics – Why do we need Generics?
02 – Implementing Generics for the Custom List
03 – Extending Custom List with a Generic Return Method
04 – Generics Puzzles – Restrictions with extends and Generic Methods
05 – Generics and WildCards – Upper Bound and Lower Bound

Introduction to Functional Programming

01 – Introduction to Functional Programming – Functions are First-Class Citizens
02 – Functional Programming – First Example with Function as Parameter
03 – Functional Programming – Exercise – Loop a List of Numbers
04 – Functional Programming – Filtering – Exercises to print odd and even numbers from List
05 – Functional Programming – Collect – Sum of Numbers in a List
06 – Functional Programming vs Structural Programming – A Quick Comparison
07 – Functional Programming Terminology – Lambda Expression, Stream and Operations on a Stream
08 – Stream Intermediate Operations – Sort, Distinct, Filter and Map
09 – Stream Intermediate Operations – Exercises – Squares of First 10, Map String List to LowerCase and Length of String
10 – Stream Terminal Operations – 1 – max operation with Comparator

Introduction to Threads And Concurrency

01 – Introduction to Threads and MultiThreading – Need for Threads
02 – Creating a Thread for Task1 – Extending Thread Class
03 – Creating a Thread for Task2 – Implement Runnable Interface
04 – Theory – States of a Thread
05 – Placing Priority Requests for Threads
06 – Communication between Threads – join method
07 – Thread utility methods and synchronized keyword – sleep, yield
08 – Need for Controlling the Execution of Threads
09 – Introduction to Executor Service
10 – Executor Service – Customizing number of Threads
11 – Executor Service – Returning a Future from Thread using Callable
12 – Executor Service – Waiting for completion of multiple tasks using invoke
13 – Executor Service – Wait for only the fastest task using invokeAny
14 – Threads and MultiThreading – Conclusion

Introduction to Exception Handling

01 – Introduction to Exception Handling – Your Thought Process during Exception Handling
02 – Basics of Exceptions – NullPointerException and StackTrace
03 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – try and catch
04 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Exception Hierarchy, Matching and Catching Multiple Exceptions
05 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Need for finally
06 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Puzzles
07 – Checked Exceptions vs Unchecked Exceptions – An Example
08 – Hierarchy of Errors and Exceptions – Checked and Runtime
09 – Throwing an Exception – Currencies Do Not Match Runtime Exception
10 – Throwing a Checked Exception – Throws in method signature and handling
11 – Throwing a Custom Exception – CurrenciesDoNotMatchException
12 – write less code with Try with Resources – New Feature in Java 7
13 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Puzzles 2
14 – Exception Handling – Conclusion with Best Practices

Files and Directories

01 – List files and folders in Directory with Files list method
02 – Recursively List and Filter all files and folders in Directory with Step Files walk method and Search with find method
03 – Read content from a File – Files read all lines and lines methods
04 – Writing Content to a File – Files write method
05 – Files – Conclusion

Who this course is for:

  • You have ZERO programming experience and want to learn Java Programming
  • You are a Beginner at Java Programming and want to Learn to write Great Java Programs
  • Learn the Basics of Object-Oriented Programming with Java
  • You want to learn the Basics of Functional Programming with Java
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Microsoft AZ-301 Certification: Azure Architect Design 2020 Course Catalog

Microsoft AZ-301 Certification: Azure Architect Design 2020 Course Catalog

Be able to advise customers and translate business requirements into Azure solutions by taking the AZ-301 exam!

What you’ll learn

Microsoft AZ-301 Certification: Azure Architect Design 2020 Course Catalog

  • Learn how to design and architect Azure solutions

Requirements

  • Azure Solution Architects who advise stakeholders and translates business requirements into secure, scalable, and reliable solutions.
  • This role requires managing how decisions in each area affect an overall solution. Candidates must be proficient in Azure administration, Azure development, and DevOps, and have expert-level skills in at least one of those domains.
  • Candidates should have advanced experience and knowledge across various aspects of IT operations, including networking, virtualization, identity, security, business continuity, disaster recovery, data management, budgeting, and governance.

Description

In order to understand core architect technologies, Skylines Academy will lead you through a series of sections, modules, and demos to prepare you for taking, and ultimately passing, the Microsoft Azure AZ-301 exam.

This course curriculum is as follows:

  • Determine Workload Requirements
  • Design Identity Management
  • Design a Data Solution
  • Establish Business Continuity
  • Design Deployment and Migrations
  • Design and Infrastructure Strategy
  • Example Designs

Lectures will educate you on the fundamental terms and principles of the Azure platform and demos will enable you with a hands-on experience using scenarios to empower you in the real world.

Welcome to the Skylines Academy AZ-301 course! We’re happy you’re joining us!

Note: If you took the AZ-300 course, there will be some overlap. There is a lot to repeat around subjects covered in AZ-300 to make sure you have the basis on core technologies that align with the curriculum. Where possible, I try to make the distinction but you will find that we need to cover core infrastructure topics again before moving onto design elements.

Who this course is for:

  • Azure Architects
  • IT Administrators
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MongoDB – The Complete Developer’s Guide 2020 Course Catalog

MongoDB – The Complete Developer’s Guide 2020 Course Catalog

Master MongoDB Development for Web & Mobile Apps. CRUD Operations, Indexes, Aggregation Framework – All about MongoDB!

What you’ll learn

MongoDB – The Complete Developer’s Guide 2020 Course Catalog

  • Use MongoDB to its full potential in future projects
  • Write efficient and well-performing queries to fetch data in the format you need it
  • Use all features MongoDB offers you to work with data efficiently

Requirements

  • General web development or mobile development knowledge will help you but is not a must-have
  • You can use any operating system – Windows, macOS, Linux, it’ll all work!

Description

MongoDB is one of the¬†most important NoSQL databases¬†you can work with these days. It’s extremely popular and MongoDB¬†developers are in¬†high demand.

No matter if you’re building web applications, mobile applications or any other kind of application or if you’re a data scientist – you’ll need to work with data. Storing data, querying it efficiently and minimizing complexities whilst optimizing performance are crucial tasks.

In this course, you’ll learn all about MongoDB from scratch. MongoDB – The Complete Developer’s Guide 2020 Course Catalog

In detail, you’ll learn:

  • … how to install and use MongoDB locally and in the cloud (MongoDB¬†Atlas)
  • … how to perform CRUD¬†(Create, Read, Update,¬†Delete) operations on MongoDB¬†databases
  • … learn how to filter for data efficiently
  • … how to work with both the Mongo¬†Shell and drivers (e.g. Node.js driver)
  • … how to increase performance by using indexes (and how to use the right indexes!)
  • … what replica sets and sharding are
  • … how to use MongoDB¬†Atlas – the cloud solution offered by MongoDB
  • … how to use the serverless platform (Stitch) offered by MongoDB
  • … and much more!

This course is a¬†hands-on course¬†– you’ll learn by writing code/¬†commands. We’ll work on a wide variety of example data and use-cases and by the end of the course, you’ll have¬†all the knowledge¬†you need to work with MongoDB¬†in your next project!

This course is for you:

  • … if you’re brand-new to MongoDB¬†and databases in general
  • … if you got some basic database or even MongoDB experience – in this course, there are different entry points you can choose from!
  • … you are a web or mobile app (or desktop app) developer who considers using MongoDB
  • … if you’re working in a team that considers using MongoDB¬†(or already does use it)
  • … if you are primarily using SQL-based databases so far and you want to explore the most popular NoSQL¬†alternative

This course is NOT for you:

  • … if you’re looking for a guide on administrating MongoDB servers =>¬†This course focuses on the commands/¬†queries you write, it’s NOT¬†an administration course. I will show (in detail) how to deploy a ready-to-use cloud MongoDB¬†solution that follows best practices though.

Who this course is for:

  • Developers or data scientists who plan on (or are already) working with MongoDB
  • Everyone who’s interested in NoSQL databases
  • Both beginner and advanced MongoDB users who want to explore all the core features
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Elasticsearch 7 and the Elastic Stack – In Depth & Hands On! Course Catalog

Elasticsearch 7 and the Elastic Stack – In Depth & Hands On! Course Catalog

Search, analyze, and visualize big data on a cluster with Elasticsearch, Logstash, Beats, Kibana, and more.

What you’ll learn

Elasticsearch 7 and the Elastic Stack – In Depth & Hands On! Course Catalog

  • Install and configure Elasticsearch 7 on a cluster
  • Create search indices and mappings
  • Search full-text and structured data in several different ways
  • Import data into Elasticsearch using several different techniques
  • Integrate Elasticsearch with other systems, such as Spark, Kafka, relational databases, S3, and more
  • Aggregate structured data using buckets and metrics
  • Use Logstash and the “ELK stack” to import streaming log data into Elasticsearch
  • Use Filebeats and the Elastic Stack to import streaming data at scale
  • Analyze and visualize data in Elasticsearch using Kibana
  • Manage operations on production Elasticsearch clusters
  • Use cloud-based solutions including Amazon’s Elasticsearch Service and Elastic Cloud

Requirements

  • You need access to a Windows, Mac, or Ubuntu PC with 20GB of free disk space
  • You should have some familiarity with web services and REST
  • Some familiarity with Linux will be helpful
  • Exposure to JSON-formatted data will help

Description

New for 2019! Elasticsearch¬†7¬†is a powerful tool not only for powering search on big websites but also for analyzing big data sets in a matter of milliseconds! It’s increasingly popular technology, and a valuable skill to have in today’s job market. This comprehensive course covers it all, from installation to operations, with over¬†90 lectures¬†including¬†8 hours¬†of video.

We’ll cover setting up search indices on an¬†Elasticsearch 7¬†cluster (if you need Elasticsearch 5 or 6¬†– we have other courses on that), and querying that data in many different ways. Fuzzy searches, partial matches, search-as-you-type, pagination, sorting – you name it. And it’s not just theory, every lesson has hands-on examples where¬†you’ll practice each skill¬†using a virtual machine running Elasticsearch¬†on your own PC.

We’ll explore¬†what’s new in Elasticsearch 7¬†– including index lifecycle management, the deprecation of types and type mappings, and hands-on activity with Elasticsearch¬†SQL.¬†We’ve also added much more depth on managing¬†security with the Elastic Stack,¬†and¬†how backpressure works with Beats.

We cover, in-depth, the often-overlooked problem of importing data into an Elasticsearch index. We’ll also stream data into Elasticsearch using Logstash¬†and¬†Filebeat¬†– commonly referred to as the “ELK¬†Stack” (Elasticsearch / Logstash / Kibana) or the “Elastic Stack“.

Elasticsearch 7 and the Elastic Stack – In Depth & Hands On! Course Catalog

Elasticsearch¬†isn’t just for search anymore¬†– it has powerful¬†aggregation¬†capabilities for structured data. We’ll bucket and analyze data using Elasticsearch, and visualize it using the Elastic Stack’s web UI,¬†Kibana.

You’ll learn how to manage operations on your Elastic Stack, using X-Pack to monitor your cluster’s health, and how to perform operational tasks like scaling up your cluster and doing rolling restarts. We’ll also spin up Elasticsearch clusters in the cloud using¬†Amazon Elasticsearch¬†Service¬†and the¬†Elastic Cloud.

Elasticsearch is positioning itself to be a much faster alternative to Hadoop, Spark, and Flink for many common data analysis requirements. It’s an important tool to understand, and it’s easy to use! Dive in with me and I’ll show you what it’s all about.

Who this course is for:

  • Any technologist who wants to add Elasticsearch to their tool chest for searching and analyzing big data sets.
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Learn Figma – UI/UX Design Essential Training Course Catalog

Learn Figma – UI/UX Design Essential Training Course Catalog

Learn how to design a beautiful and engaging mobile app with Figma. Learn-by-doing approach.

What you’ll learn

Learn Figma – UI/UX Design Essential Training Course Catalog

  • Design Websites
  • Design mobile and desktop apps
  • You will have a fully interactive design and prototype at the end of this course
  • You will learn how to reuse design elements for future projects

Requirements

  • Internet Access
  • You should know your way around computer basics

Description

Figma is a very powerful application that runs online. There are virtually no platform boundaries when it comes to using Figma because you can design within a web browser or using their desktop application made for windows and macs. Figma is similar to Sketch and Adobe XD but is the more powerful of the three when it comes to team collaboration and responsive, fast-paced design.

This course will cover user interface designing using powerful tools within Figma. In the first section, I’ll cover the Figma interface and where you can find powerful tools like constraints to make your designs responsive, and components to build a library of design elements to use throughout your projects. I’ll also go over real-time team collaboration and how you can use Figma to work closely with others in the same project.

Later on, I will guide you through designing and prototyping a “Chef’s Recipes” App which will include multiple artboards, custom icon designs, editing images, and text, and everything else you need to create a polished realistic design.

Please join me as a beginner in design or as a seasoned UI/UX designer wanting to switch from other tools like Sketch or Adobe XD

Who this course is for:

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Agile Crash Course: Agile Project Management; Agile Delivery Course Catalog

Agile Crash Course: Agile Project Management; Agile Delivery Course Catalog

Get Agile Certified & Learn about the key and most important concepts and tools of Agile Project Management (Scrum)

What you’ll learn

Agile Crash Course: Agile Project Management; Agile Delivery Course Catalog

  • You will become Agile certified (you will receive a certificate upon completion).
  • You will learn the key concepts of Agile Development, Agile Project Delivery, and Agile Project Management.
  • Learn the meaning of user stories, daily stand-ups, retrospectives and kanban boards.
  • You will understand the differences between Agile and traditional project delivery (other methodologies).
  • Tools and tips that you will love.
  • Value for money. Guaranteed.
  • A high-quality learning experience.
  • A guide/process to follow.
  • You will learn to launch products faster.
  • You will learn to launch apps faster.
  • Learn to launch online courses faster.
  • You will learn to focus on an MVP (Minimum Viable Product).
  • You will learn about the importance of simplicity.

Requirements

  • An open mind and a willingness to learn.
  • No prep work or previous knowledge required.

Description

[EXCLUSIVE] Double Degree, Badges & Community. Upon completing this course you will receive 2 Certificates of Completion, an Agile Certified Digital Badge you can add to your CV, LinkedIn Profile or any other online profile & access to the most dynamic Agile Community in the world.

Think of this course as Agile for Dummies (or Agile for anyone and Agile for everyone). This agile course will allow you to Master the most important concepts and tools of Agile Development, Agile Project Delivery & Agile Project Management.

You will become Agile certified when you finish this course (you will get a certificate upon completion) and you will learn from an Agile Master, an expert Project Manager & the author of The Mini Book of Agile, available on Amazon.

‚úĒÔłŹ¬†What will you learn?

  • The key concepts and tools of Agile Development, Agile Project Delivery, and Agile Project Management.
  • The meaning of user stories, daily stand-ups, retrospectives and kanban boards.
  • How to apply Agile in your job and projects.
  • The difference between Agile and traditional project delivery.
  • The benefits and advantages of Agile.
  • Why Agile is the preferred development methodology in the modern world.
  • About the history of Agile.
  • Why Agile isn’t only for Developers.
  • Why Agile isn’t only for IT projects.
  • How to use Agile to deliver quickly and often.
  • How to use Agile to learn from your mistakes.

This course is not suitable for:

  • People that prefer quantity over quality.¬†
  • People that like lengthy and theoretical explanations.
  • Who expect things to work out without any effort or preparation.
  • People who already have a lot of experience with Agile and are more intermediate to advanced.
  • People who want to learn about less popular Agile methodologies such as Extreme Programming (XP).

Does this course include an Agile Project Management Certification?

Yes, you will receive an Agile Project Management Certification upon completion of this course (a Udemy Certificate of Completion which you can download as a pdf).

Can I add this Agile Project Management Certification to my CV?

Yes, of course! You can add this Agile Project Management Certification to your CV or Resume. I recommend you add it under a heading called “Professional Development,” then, just add the course title, year of completion and Udemy at the end.

Does a Udemy Agile Project Management Certification have any value in the real world?

Of course, it does! Even though Udemy is not a University and does not provide “accredited” certifications (like the one you would get from a University), Udemy is the most important online education platform in the modern world with over 40 Million users worldwide. So it definitely carries weight and is increasingly becoming recognized worldwide. So rest assured adding this Agile Project Management Certification to your CV increases your probability of getting that dream job in an Agile environment or Project Management.

Step into my classroom and start learning about Agile now. You will learn about powerful tools and concepts that will enable you to become more successful in your projects. We will go beyond the definition of Agile, from rituals and tools to activities, concepts, examples, and reflections. So take the course now to learn what all of this means in more detail and how you can apply it to become and Agilelist.

Agile Crash Course: Agile Project Management; Agile Delivery Course Catalog

Production Notes

  • The creation process involved a high level of attention to detail and a¬†focus on quality.
  • The¬†1st iteration of this¬†course was¬†a living example of an Agile Concept: the MVP or Minimum Viable Product.

What’s New¬†(Latest Course Updates) Course Catalog

  • General improvements and enhancements
  • Added new resources & templates
  • Included new tool

Pledge to All Students (both current & future students)

  1. Students First. I will never compromise your experience to make money. Never, ever. Yes, this is also a business but to me, teaching goes way beyond making money. I already have a full-time job and fortunately don’t rely on teaching to survive. You are always at the forefront of my courses and I want to ensure you have a unique, valuable and memorable experience. I promise.
  2. 24x7x365 Support. You can contact me 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round, even on holidays, Christmas and New Year’s Eve; I will get back to you quickly (in a few hours tops) and deliver outstanding quality of service in my support. I promise.
  3. Humbleness, kindness and social responsibility. I believe in giving back to you and the world. So think of me as your own real-life human¬†“Siri.” If you need advice or support just ask.¬†And if I can do something to help you on your journey, I will.¬†I promise.
  4. Australian Made.¬†Recognized in the industry as a symbol of quality and excellence. They also include my secret sauce: a lot of passion & love! I also apply in my courses everything I’ve learned from years of experience working with technology, projects, entrepreneurs and people all over the world. I promise.
  5. Quality over Quantity. I will strive to make courses concise, to the point and relevant. Time is one of our most valuable assets and we need to invest it carefully. So I won’t make a course long for the purpose of displaying it has more hours; only when strictly necessary. To me, it’s about quality and if I can deliver that in 5 minutes and save you time, I will. I promise.

Are you a Non Profit or Charity helping the world?

Awesome! The world needs more people like you. Keep up the good work and let me know how I can help. To start with, get in touch with me to unlock free access to all of my courses. Just message me privately and I’ll get that sorted for you and your team.

Who this course is for:

  • People who want to learn about Agile.
  • Beginners, people without any Agile experience or knowledge.
  • People who have heard the words “user stories,” “backlog,” “retrospectives,” “sprints,” “scrum master,” “product owner,” “MVP,” “swim lanes,” “kanban board,” etc. and wondered what it meant.
  • Developers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects, Enterprise Architects, Data Base Administrators and pretty much anyone interested in learning Agile.
  • People who want to learn about the most important and popular Agile Methodology: SCRUM.
  • Content From: https://www.udemy.com/course/agile-crash-course/
  • Java Programming for Complete
  • Last updated 2/2020

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The Complete React Developer Course (w/ Hooks and Redux) Course Catalog

The Complete React Developer Course (w/ Hooks and Redux) Course Catalog

Learn how to build and launch React web applications using React, Redux, Webpack, React-Router, and more!

What you’ll learn

The Complete React Developer Course (w/ Hooks and Redux) Course Catalog

  • Build, test, and launch React apps
  • Use cutting-edge ES6/ES7 JavaScript
  • Setup authentication and user accounts
  • Deploy your React apps live to the web
  • Learn the latest React libraries and tools
  • Master React, Redux, React-Router, and more

Requirements

  • A computer on which you can install the software (Windows, macOS, or Linux)
  • An understanding of core JavaScript (functions, objects, arrays, callback functions)

Description

This course was just updated to support React v16, React Hooks, the Context API, and more!

Have you tried to learn to React before?

It’s easy to go down the rabbit hole of libraries and tools only to come out of it not knowing how to build and launch a real-world React application. You get things configured, but you’re not sure how the libraries fit together (or if you’re even using the right one).

Sound familiar?

I built this course to show you how you can build and launch real-world React to web applications.

The Complete React Web Developer Course 2 starts with the fundamentals and covers everything you’ll need to build and launch React to web apps.

You’ll see what it takes to build and launch a React app, from the first line of code to the final production deployment.

This course was designed around one goal: turning you into a professional React developer capable of developing, testing, and deploying real-world production applications.

You’ll learn React by doing, not watching.

From the first videos, you’ll be building out each project as well as completing programming challenges I’ve designed to test and reinforce what you’ve learned.

Throughout the course you’ll build two React to web apps:

  1. The first app, a decision-making app called Indecision, is our starter application. You’ll learn the fundamentals of React while seeing exactly what it takes to get a React app up and running.
  2. The second app, an expense manager called Budget, has all the features you’d expect from a real application. You’ll set up authentication, user accounts, routing, testing, form validation, database storage, and more.

Stay up-to-date in an ever-changing world. Course Catalog

The world of React changes fast, and that’s why I’m always working to keep this course as up-to-date as possible. You can jump in knowing you’re getting access to hot-off-the-press features.

Everything you need comes in one easy-to-use package.

There’s no need to worry if you’re learning the right skills to land that React job or launch that React app. I’ve mapped out everything you need to know in an interactive easy-to-follow package designed to get you up and running in a couple of weeks.

There’s no better time to learn React.

React’s not going anywhere. Companies like Facebook, Walmart, Uber, Airbnb, and Netflix are all using React in production right now.

They’ve also made heavy investments in the React ecosystem, creating new libraries and tools that speed up and simplify React development. From the biggest to the smallest, everyone’s using React and new jobs are popping up every day.

Over eighteen sections you’ll learn Course Catalog:

  1. React
  2. Redux
  3. React-Router
  4. Webpack
  5. Babel
  6. Testing with Jest
  7. Enzyme
  8. App Debugging
  9. App Deployment
  10. Firebase
  11. Authentication
  12. Git/GitHub
  13. ES6/ES7
  14. And many more tools

Who this course is for:

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React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux) Course Site

React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux) Course Site

Dive in and learn React.js from scratch! Learn Reactjs, Hooks, Redux, React Routing, Animations, Next.js and way more!

What you’ll learn

React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux) Course Site

  • Build powerful, fast, user-friendly and reactive web apps
  • Provide amazing user experiences by leveraging the power of JavaScript with ease
  • Apply for high-paid jobs or work as a freelancer in one the most-demanded sectors you can find in web dev right now
  • Learn React Hooks & Class-based Components

Requirements

  • JavaScript + HTML + CSS fundamentals are absolutely required
  • You DON’T need to be a JavaScript expert to succeed in this course!
  • ES6+ JavaScript knowledge is beneficial but not a must-have
  • NO prior React or any other JS framework experience is required!

Description

This course is fully up-to-date with the latest version of React and includes React Hooks! 

What’s this course about?

Learn React or dive deeper into it. Learn the theory, solve assignments, practice in demo projects and build one big application that is improved throughout the course: The Burger Builder!

More details, please!

JavaScript is the¬†major driver¬†of modern web applications since it’s the only programming language that runs in the browser and hence allows you to provide highly reactive apps. You’ll be able to achieve mobile-app like user experiences on the web.

But using JavaScript can be challenging Рit quickly becomes overwhelming to create a nice web app with vanilla JavaScript and jQuery only.

React to the rescue! 

React is all about components Рbasically, custom HTML elements Рwith which you can quickly build amazing and powerful web apps. Just build a component once, configure it to your needs, dynamically pass data into it (or listen to your events!) and re-use it as often as needed.

Need to display a list of users in your app?¬†It’s as simple as creating a “User”¬†component and outputting it as often as needed.

This course will¬†start at the very basics¬†and explain what exactly React is and how you may use it (and for which kind of apps). Thereafter, we’ll go all the way¬†from basic to advanced. We’ll not just scratch the surface but dive deeply into React as well as popular libraries like react-router and Redux.

By the end of the course, you can build amazing React (single page) applications!

Is this course for you?

This course is for you if …

  • …you’re just getting started with frontend/¬†JavaScript development and only got the JS¬†basics set (no prior React or other framework experience is required!)
  • …you’re experienced with Angular or Vue but want to dive into React
  • …know the React basics but want to refresh them and/ or dive deeper
  • …already worked quite a bit with React but want to dive deeper and see it all come together in a bigger app

What should you bring to succeed in that course?

  • HTML + CSS¬†+ JavaScript knowledge is required. You don’t need to be an expert but the basics need to be set
  • NO¬†advanced JavaScript knowledge is required, though you’ll be able to move even quicker through the course if you know next-gen JavaScript features like ES6 Arrow functions.¬†A short refresher about the most important next-gen features is provided in the course though.

What’s inside the course?

  • The “What”, “Why”¬†and “How”
  • React Basics (Base features, syntax and concepts)
  • Managing state with class-based components and React Hooks
  • How to output lists and conditional content
  • Styling of React components
  • A deep dive into the internals of React and advanced component features
  • How to access Http content from within React apps (AJAX)
  • Redux,¬†Redux, Redux … from basics to advanced!
  • Forms and form validation in React apps
  • Authentication
  • An introduction to unit testing
  • An introduction to Next.js
  • React app deployment instructions
  • …and much more!

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to learn how to build reactive and fast web apps
  • Anyone interested in learning an extremely popular technology used by leading tech companies like Netflix
  • Students who want to take their web development skills to the next level and learn a future-proof technology
  • Content From: https://www.udemy.com/course/react-the-complete-guide-incl-redux/
  • React Hooks – The Complete Course – Learn React Hooks
  • Last updated 1/2020

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Apache Spark with Scala – Hands On with Big Data! Course Site

Apache Spark with Scala – Hands On with Big Data! Course Site

Dive right in with 20+ hands-on examples of analyzing large data sets with Apache Spark, on your desktop or on Hadoop!

What you’ll learn

Apache Spark with Scala – Hands On with Big Data! Course Site

  • Frame big data analysis problems as Apache Spark scripts
  • Develop distributed code using the Scala programming language
  • Optimize Spark jobs through partitioning, caching, and other techniques
  • Build, deploy, and run Spark scripts on Hadoop clusters
  • Process continual streams of data with Spark Streaming
  • Transform structured data using SparkSQL and DataFrames
  • Traverse and analyze graph structures using GraphX

Requirements

  • Some prior programming or scripting experience is required. A crash course in Scala is included, but you need to know the fundamentals of programming in order to pick it up.
  • You will need a desktop PC and an Internet connection.
  • The software needed for this course is freely available, and I’ll walk you through downloading and installing it.

Description

New! Updated for Spark 3.0.0!

‚ÄúBig data” analysis is a hot and highly valuable skill ‚Äď and this course will teach you the hottest technology in big data: Apache Spark. Employers including¬†Amazon,¬†eBay,¬†NASA JPL, and¬†Yahoo¬†all use Spark to quickly extract meaning from massive data sets across a fault-tolerant¬†Hadoop¬†cluster. You’ll learn those same techniques, using your own Windows system right at home. It’s easier than you might think, and you’ll be¬†learning from an ex-engineer and senior manager from Amazon and¬†IMDb.

Spark works best when using the Scala programming language, and this course¬†includes a crash-course in¬†Scala to get you up to speed quickly. For those more familiar with Python, however, a Python version of this class is also available: “Taming Big Data with Apache Spark and Python – Hands-On”.

Learn and master the art of framing data analysis problems as Spark problems through over 20 hands-on examples, and then scale them up to run on cloud computing services in this course.

  • Learn the concepts of Spark’s Resilient Distributed Datastores
  • Get a crash course in the Scala programming language
  • Develop and run Spark jobs quickly using Scala
  • Translate complex analysis problems into iterative or multi-stage Spark scripts
  • Scale up to larger data sets using Amazon’s¬†Elastic MapReduce¬†service
  • Understand how¬†Hadoop YARN¬†distributes Spark across computing clusters
  • Practice using other Spark technologies, like¬†Spark SQL, DataFrames, DataSets,¬†Spark Streaming, and GraphX

By the end of this course, you’ll be running code that analyzes gigabytes worth of information ‚Äď in the cloud ‚Äď in a matter of minutes.

We’ll have some fun along the way. Once you’ve got the basics under your belt, we’ll move to some more complex and interesting tasks. We’ll use a million movie ratings to find movies that are similar to each other, and you might even discover some new movies you might like in the process!¬† You’ll find the answer.

This course is very hands-on; you’ll spend most of your time following along with the instructor as we write, analyze, and run real code together ‚Äď both on your own system, and in the cloud using Amazon’s Elastic MapReduce service. Move through them at your own pace, on your own schedule. The course wraps up with an overview of other Spark-based technologies, including Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, and GraphX.

Who this course is for:

  • Software engineers who want to expand their skills into the world of big data processing on a cluster
  • If you have no previous programming or scripting experience, you’ll want to take an introductory programming course first.
  • Content From: https://www.udemy.com/course/apache-spark-with-scala-hands-on-with-big-data/
  • Last updated 1/2020
  • Apache Spark with Java – Hands On! Course

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Server Side Rendering with React and Redux Course Site

Server Side Rendering with React and Redux Course Site

Build React, Redux, and React Router apps using Server Side Rendering (SSR), Isomorphic, and Universal JS techniques

What you’ll learn

Server Side Rendering with React and Redux Course Site

  • Understand the challenges of Server-Side Rendering
  • Build a server-side rendering boilerplate project
  • Use React, Redux, and React Router to conquer Search Engine Optimization
  • Master techniques for data loading on the server
  • Construct server architectures that can easily scale for large apps

Requirements

  • This is not a beginner course. You must be familiar with React, Redux, React Router, and Express

Description

Note: This course assumes you’ve got the basics of React, Redux, and Express down. ¬†Check out my course ‘Node with React’, it’s the perfect preparation!

Go beyond the basics of React and Redux!  This course will teach you to combine the ultra-popular React v16, Redux, React Router, and Express technologies to build a server-side-rendered web application.

All of my courses are ‘learn-by-doing’: no boring endless lectures with Powerpoints, only live, interactive coding examples.¬†¬†In this course, we’ll build one application that profiles the¬†challenges of server side rendering with¬†React, Redux, React Router, and¬†Express. ¬†By putting each concept into a real app, you’ll get a better idea of when to use each¬†unique and powerful feature.

Ever wonder¬†why¬†there are so few courses online that teach server side rendering techniques?¬† Sure, there are blog posts that show a tiny portion of a server side rendered app, but there are nearly no resources online to give you the full server side rendering experience from start to finish.¬† This course is the¬†most complete resource online¬†for learning about exactly why server side rendering is so challenging.¬† You’ll learn the biggest hurdles, along with multiple solutions to each major problem, giving you the toolset you need to tackle server side rendering techniques in your own applications.

Here’s what we’ll learn:

  • Learn the¬†architectural considerations¬†of building a server side rendered¬†app
  • Connect a¬†Webpack-powered front and backend app together
  • Communicate data from your¬†server to client¬†using Redux initial state¬†to your React application
  • Secure your application¬†from common XSS¬†attacks caused by state rehydration
  • Understand how to route user requests on the front end with¬†React Router¬†and on the backend with Express
  • Handle¬†errors and redirects¬†properly that occur during the server rendering process
  • Authenticate your users with cookie-based¬†authentication¬†during the server rendering phase
  • Understand why¬†JWT’s¬†are not appropriate for use in a server rendered app
  • Enhance authentication flows in your app with¬†Google OAuth authentication

I’ve built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning to build server side rendered¬†apps. A course that explains the concepts and how they’re implemented in the best order for you to learn and deeply understand them.

Who this course is for:

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