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|Lean Technology Strategy: Building High-Performing Teams Training Lynda.com|
Lean teams are nimble and diverse. They include product managers, developers, and operations specialists, who may only work together for a short time. How do you manage people that play such different roles and unite them towards a common goal? In this course, Jez Humble provides tips to build high-performance product teams. He compares the strengths of the Taylorist vs. lean management approaches, explains how culture contributes to high-performing teams, and introduces a well-documented case study of a company changing a culture for the better. Plus, learn how to improve performance and adopt the principles of high-performing teams as your own.
|Lean Technology Strategy: Running Agile at Scale Training Lynda.com|
For large tech organizations, the path to agile adoption is hardly ever a smooth one. If you're aiming to implement agile at scale, then this course can help by letting you know which pitfalls you may encounter and providing techniques for successfully managing a transformation. Instructor Jez Humble dives into the key principles that are at the heart of high-performance program management. He also provides a case study that showcases an iterative and adaptive approach to running large programs and discusses the importance of continuous improvement.
|Learning Google Flutter for Mobile Developers Training Lynda.com|
Flutter allows mobile developers to create high-quality application experiences that work natively for multiple platforms. Flutter is known for being fast, reactive, and modern. It works with existing Java, Swift, and ObjC code. Flutter can also create applications using Google Fuchsia, a newly introduced OS. In this course, Emmanuel Henri demonstrates how to use Flutter, including how to set up the SDK and simulators; add widgets, components, and navigation; leverage APIs; build, review, and deploy code; and more.
|Learning Jenkins Training Lynda.com|
Meet Jenkins, the open-source automation tool for software development and system administration. With Jenkins, you can automate build management, continuous integration and deployment, testing, resource management, monitoring and reporting, and much more. This introduction helps you use Jenkins to release and deploy software more quickly and reliably.
First, learn how to set up Jenkins on Mac, Windows, Linux, or inside a Docker container, and find out how Jenkins plugins are used to extend its functionality. Next, configure your first job step by step, leading up to the requisite "Hello, World" output, and learn to make your jobs more useful and portable with parameters. Then explore job scheduling, and Jenkins's convenient aliases for running jobs at regular intervals. The course wraps up with tips for organizing jobs in folders and views and a brief look into pipelines as code-which enable you to execute a series of jobs in stages.
By the end of the training, you should be able to install Jenkins locally or on a virtual machine, create a Jenkins jobs that can be triggered manually or on a schedule, and install and configure plugins to extend the Jenkins framework.
|Learning to Use Stock Photos and Assets Training Lynda.com|
Stock images and illustrations are a great resource. You can acquire assets quickly and inexpensively, and gain access to a wide variety of subjects and styles. This course outlines the benefits of using stock photos and assets and shows how to find and purchase images from the most popular stock photography sites, including Adobe Stock, iStockphoto, and Shutterstock. Instructor Kevin Stohlmeyer covers important topics such as choosing a subscription plan, understanding the licensing terms, customizing images, and incorporating stock assets into your designs and documents.
|Learning Trimble Accubid ChangeOrder Training Lynda.com|
Accubid ChangeOrder allows you to easily manage contract variations and see how change orders impact the cost and schedule of your project. This course is designed for estimators who want to utilize the power of ChangeOrder for digital change orders that include accurate takeoffs and professional-looking reports. Instructor Christopher Randall shows how to set up the application and customize global and project-level preferences, including labor rates, report styles, and screen styles. Then learn how to create job files, perform takeoffs, interpret and analyze the extension screen, modify markups, and more. Plus, find out how to integrate change orders with Accubid estimates.
|Learning Troubleshooting for Web Developers Training Lynda.com|
Troubleshooting problems is a foundational skill in web development. Unresolved issues can bring development to a halt. Learn the best places to perform research and to get answers—both online and in person—in this course for new and beginner web developers. Instructor Carrie Dils, an experienced developer, covers the basics: checking for system updates, restarting, and consulting the manuals. If those steps don't solve your problem, it's time to look for answers. Carrie shows how to enter your question into Google, search forums, and use resources like GitHub, user groups, and even social media. If the answer isn't available, maybe the question hasn't been asked yet. In that case, Carrie explains how to ask for help by posing your questions online, and examine alternatives that may help you work around any issues you can't resolve.
|Linux Foundation Cert Prep: HTTP Services (Ubuntu) Training Lynda.com|
HTTP services enable the web to function. Consequently, it's important that Linux administrators understand how these services work. This intermediate course covers the basics of HTTP services with Apache on Ubuntu. Learn what a web server needs to make a site accessible to others, how to install the Apache HTTP server, and how to make configuration changes to customize how it works. Discover how to add encryption to ensure that your website remains secure. Plus, learn about logging, how to enable and disable modules, and more.
This course can prepare you for the HTTP services section of the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam.
|Microsoft PowerApps Essential Training: Beyond the Basics Training Lynda.com|
Using Microsoft PowerApps, you can create and deploy mobile apps using data found from a variety of sources, including OneDrive for Business and SharePoint—all without needing to write a single line of code in a traditional programming language. In this course, Bill Kulterman helps you get started with PowerApps. Throughout the course, Bill demonstrates how to quickly create and share apps using data from SharePoint, Excel, Dynamics, and Salesforce. He also goes over the different PowerApps templates and shows how to use a template to create a budget tracker app.
|Telling a Story with Adobe Spark Training Lynda.com|
Graphic design is all about telling stories. In this course, author Rich Harrington shows how to tell your story with Adobe Spark, the free web-based design tool that's also available as three great apps. First, Rich covers how to upload content to Spark. If you have access to Spark premium features, you may be interested in the tutorials that cover building out your brand by uploading assets such as logos and custom fonts to Spark. Then Rich covers the three feature-rich toolsets that fall under the Spark umbrella. Learn how to create graphics for print or web with Spark Post, create dynamic webpages and presentations with Spark Page, and build short video stories with Spark Video. Plus, learn how to manage the content and templates you have stored in Adobe Spark, including backing up and syncing content across desktop and mobile.
|Test-Driven Development in C++ Training Lynda.com|
Every software developer wants to ship high-quality applications. Test-driven development (TDD) is a key discipline that can help you enhance your development process—and, in turn, your code base—by ensuring that crashes and bugs are addressed early on. In this course, join Richard Wells as he covers unit testing and TDD for C++ projects. Richard provides an overview of both unit testing and TDD, explaining why both are crucial for developers. He also shows how to set up your development environment for TDD and goes over the Google Test C++ unit-testing framework. Throughout the course, he shares best practices and provides examples and test cases that can help you gain a practical understanding of TTD in C++.
|Toon Boom Harmony Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
Toon Boom Harmony is used by the best animation studios in the world. To qualify for highly competitive jobs in TV, film, and gaming, students need to master the tools and the complete production process of this powerful animation software. In this course, animator Dermot O' Connor shows how to use Toon Boom Harmony to create hand-drawn and digital animation, complex character rigs, and even some cool special effects. He walks through the Toon Boom Harmony interface, introduces the program's drawing tools and color controls, and teaches techniques for drawing keys, breakdowns, and in-betweens in a traditional animation style, as well as creating motion- and morph-tweened digital animations. Then he shows how to set up, rig, and animate a character, and add finishing touches to your animations, such as moving cameras and sound. Plus, learn to export your work as movies and image sequences.
|Unit Testing and Test Driven Development in Python Training Lynda.com|
Every software developer wants to ship high-quality applications. Test-driven development (TDD) is a key discipline that can help you enhance your development process—and, in turn, your code base—by ensuring that crashes and bugs are addressed early on. In this course, join Richard Wells as he covers unit testing and TDD for Python projects. Richard provides an overview of both unit testing and TDD, explaining why both are crucial for developers. He also shows how to set up your development environment for TDD and goes over the pytest unit-testing framework. Throughout the course, he shares best practices and provides examples and test cases that can help you gain a practical understanding of TTD in Python.
|Unit Testing for iOS Developers Training Lynda.com|
Unit testing is a useful method for verifying functionality—both before and after development—and can help you catch and fix bugs. Xcode can automatically add unit test support to your projects. In this course, explore the fundamentals of unit tests in Xcode and discover how to add unit tests to your iOS projects. Instructor Bear Cahill provides an overview of unit testing and test-driven development. He explains how Xcode makes it easy to leverage unit tests to ensure that you're shipping a quality app. Learn how to write and execute unit tests, write performance tests, and configure and record UI tests.
|Using Content for Lead Gen Training Lynda.com|
Great content isn't merely eye-catching. By creating high-quality content that educates and connects with people, modern marketers can build trust—and turn more of their prospects into customers. In this course, learn how to create content that generates leads for your business. Instructor John Jantsch begins by going over the benefits of great content and how it can build trust and help you create connections with your prospects. John then shows how to measure effectiveness, keep a keen eye on your SEO objectives, and capture referrals. Finally, he brings it all together by explaining how to create a well-informed content lead generation plan.
|Using Sketch with Framer Training Lynda.com|
UX tools help you communicate your product vision. Learn how to use Sketch and Framer together to create more interactive app prototypes and flesh out your designs. In this project-based course, LinkedIn Learning instructor Emmanuel Henri shows how to design an app to help an IT team manage users and assets and survey the company network. This is a complex UX design that shows where Sketch and Framer shine, and gives you a chance to see how design objectives are defined and translated into a finished product. Get an overview of the complete workflow, and then learn how to design your assets in Sketch and import them into Framer to add transitions, interactions, and animation. Plus, get tips for presenting your prototype to stakeholders and integrating feedback.
|RHCE Cert Prep: Network Filesystems using NFS and Samba Training Lynda.com|
Become a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE). The RHCE certification demonstrates expert-level competence with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is considered the benchmark for Linux administrators. This course covers objectives related to network filesystems and file sharing. Instructor Grant McWilliams introduces Network File System (NFS), the standard used by virtually every Linux and Unit distribution, and shows how to configure an NFS server. He creates a simple NFS share, providing a brief overview of NFS security and its interaction with SELinux, and then shows how to mount the share from a client computer. Then he reviews the same techniques with Samba, an SMB file and print sharing stack for non-Microsoft operating systems. There are two chapters of hands-on exercises that allow you to practice your skills with NFS and Samba, including creating shares for group collaboration.
|Sales: Practical Techniques Training Lynda.com|
Sales is ultimately about helping other people determine what they want. By understanding how to do this—as well as how to navigate the overall sales process—you'll be better positioned to close deals. In this course, instructor Chris Croft shares key techniques and practices for being an effective salesperson. Chris explores the keys to building rapport, understanding a client's needs, and prescribing a solution. He also discusses how to handle objections, explores methods for closing a sale, and takes a look at efficiency and metrics.
|Sales: Referral Selling Training Lynda.com|
Referrals offer the biggest competitive advantage of any sales tool out there—yet many teams aren't using referral selling as the primary way they prospect. Transform the way you work and build a sales pipeline full of qualified, low-cost leads with this simple tool. Joanne Black—speaker, author, and sales coach—explains why referrals work, and what gets in the way of asking for them. She shows how to earn introductions to prime prospects, ask for referrals in the right way, and leverage social media to widen your reach. The course includes worksheets to help you build out your referral process, as well as role-play scenarios that demonstrate how referral requests play out in real face-to-face conversations.
|Scripting for Testers Training Lynda.com|
Scripting can expand your abilities as a tester and help you keep up with the pace of agile. It allows you to more quickly and efficiently find software issues and automate manual tasks such as reporting and test site preparation. This course examines a few ways to use scripts to solve common challenges faced in the fast-paced world of software testing. Follow along and learn how to navigate and test APIs, generate reports, explore products with web automation tools, generate dummy data for testing, and more. The lessons rely on simple Python-based scripts as well as popular testing tools such as Google Sheets and Selenium WebDriver. Instructor Dave Westerveld provides concrete examples and ideas to increase your productivity, eliminate boring tasks, build new insights into products, and standardize and simplify your team's work.
|Securing Windows Server 2016: Managing Privileged Identities Training Lynda.com|
Discover how to manage privileged identities in Windows Server 2016. In this concise course, instructor Ed Liberman discusses how to protect credentials, touching on key topics such as user rights and privileged-access workstations. He also dives into Privileged Access Management and goes over Microsoft Identity Manager, Enhanced Security Administrative Environment forests, and more. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be equipped with essential information that can help you keep your server environment secure.
|Security Matters (To Everyone) Training Lynda.com|
Security affects everyone who uses the internet and shares personal data. Consequently, it's not a concern that should be confined to your organization's information security department. Here, join Mandy Huth—the director of information security at Smarsh—as she shares tips that can empower you to keep your own data safe, as well as convey the significance of information security to others in your company. Learn how to talk about security with non-security people, build a security-minded culture, sell security to customers, collaborate with IT, protect yourself and your family from security threats, and more.
|Photoshop CC 2018 One-on-One: Mastery Training Lynda.com|
Sharpen your Photoshop skills by tackling more advanced Photoshop techniques. This is the third course in a comprehensive Photoshop training series by industry expert Deke McClelland—completely revised for 2018. One-on-One teaches you what you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, on the schedule that works best for you. In this installment, Deke helps you attain mastery of this premiere image editing program by familiarizing you with some of its more advanced features. Learn new time-saving shortcuts and find out how to assign and convert color profiles, customize the Photoshop toolbox and menus, and create trendy, dynamic art with Smart Filters, blur, and noise. Plus, Deke explains how to turn a photo into a dot drawing, eliminate halos with the Minimum filter, mask green-screen backdrops, edit videos in Photoshop, and much more.
For the 2018 version, Deke has added all-new tutorials and exercise files, so there's something new for even long-time fans.
|Photoshop for Fashion: Warping Pattern Fills Training Lynda.com|
Take your surface design presentations from flat to fabulous by creating seamless pattern fills that appear to drape around the body. Robin Schneider guides you in using warp, displace, Liquify, and layer blend modes to add drape, wrinkles, ruffles, and shading to pattern fills, giving your illustrations a more realistic look. Plus, learn to do it all with Smart Objects, so you can easily swap out one pattern for a new pattern that retains the warping and shading of the original.