Monday, December 30, 2013

Installing Apache, MySQL, and PHP

Installing Apache, MySQL, and PHP with David Gassner describes how to install and configure Apache HTTP server, MySQL database server, and PHP, known as the AMP stack, on a local development computer. Chapters are devoted to multiple installation approaches: installing the components separately on both Windows and Mac (including coverage of Apache and PHP on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion), installing the pre-packaged Apache and MySQL distributions in WampServer on Windows and MAMP on Mac, and installing the cross-platform XAMPP and Bitnami on both Mac and Windows. Exercise files are included with the course.

Saturday, December 28, 2013

SQL Server 2012 New Features

SQL Server 2012 is the first cloud-ready information platform for Microsoft. In this course, author Martin Guidry explores its new possibilities, showing you how to protect, unlock, and scale the power of your data, and work with a variety of devices and data sources. The course also provides an overview on obtaining, installing, and running SQL Server 2012 and will be of immense interest to anyone considering upgrading or installing this latest edition.

Wednesday, December 25, 2013


CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets 3) is a superset of CSS that adds many new constructs and properties. Support for CSS3 is rapidly improving across all major browsers, making it a critical piece of technology for modern web professionals.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Advanced CSS

Web designer and author Janine Warner discusses advanced CSS techniques and uses Dreamweaver to create CSS-based layouts, edit pre-designed templates, create tables, examine CSS code, and edit WordPress blogging software.

Friday, December 13, 2013

HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery with Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5

With HTML5 and CSS3 bursting onto the scene far more quickly than anticipated and the rapid spread of web-enabled smartphones and tablets, designing and building a website has suddenly become more complex. Fortunately, JavaScript libraries like jQuery reconcile browser incompatibilities and make light work of adding dynamic features, and Dreamweaver CS5.5 has risen to the challenge by providing the tools you need to build modern websites with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery. In this course, experienced author and trainer David Powers explains which parts of HTML5 and CSS3 you can use now and how to convert existing pages to HTML5 or build new ones from scratch. You’ll learn how to adapt a website that was originally designed for desktop computers so that it works properly on mobile phones and tablets and how to use CSS media queries to apply different styles depending on screen width, viewing the changes in real time in Dreamweaver´s Live view. You’ll also learn the basics of jQuery and how to use it to enhance forms, how to create CSS3 effects without images, how to choose the right CSS selector, and much more.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Lynda – SQL Server: Triggers, Stored Procedures, and Functions

Lynda – SQL Server Triggers, Stored Procedures, and Functions
This course investigates several key database-programming concepts: triggers, stored procedures, functions, and .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime) assemblies. Author Martin Guidry shows how to combine these techniques and create a high-quality database using Microsoft SQL Server 2012. The course also covers real-world uses of the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE procedures, and how to build a basic web form to connect to your database.

SQL Essentials

Have you been wanting to learn SQL, but have not start yet? Or, maybe you know some SQL, but you need a better understanding of it. Either way, this course is just right for you. Andrew Burgess is teaching on the basic use of SQL with MySQL server and using it from PHP. So, let’s get started!

Sunday, December 8, 2013

SQL Server: Myths and Misconceptions

Learn the truth about common SQL Server myths applicable from SQL Server 2005 onwards. There is so much information online about SQL Server, however much of it is inaccurate to some degree. In this course, you will learn the truth behind more than 80 myths and misconceptions about SQL Server that can cause you performance and availability problems – from someone who wrote the SQL Server code. This course is perfect for developers and DBAs who have been struggling to make sense of conflicting information about SQL Server. The information in the course applies to all versions from SQL Server 2005 onwards.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basics

Lynda – PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basics
In PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basics, expert instructor Kevin Skoglund introduces powerful PHP programming techniques using object-oriented programming (OOP). Both novice and experienced PHP developers will benefit from the efficient, well-organized, reusable, and easy-to-understand code that OOP offers. Kevin shows how OOP techniques can streamline database queries, help manage sessions, and simplify user logins. While building a real-world web application, Kevin also includes practical advice on topics ranging from structuring code to logging user actions. Exercise files accompany the course.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

FIFA 2014 - Black Box V2


FIFA 2014 Minimum System Requirements 

OS : Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 Or Windows 8

Processor : 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo

RAM : 2GB RAM for Windows Vista & Windows 7/8

Disc Drive : DVD-ROM at 8x Speed

Hard Drive : 8.0 GB, with additional space required for saved games and DirectX 9.0c installation

Video : 3D accelerated 256 MB video card with support for Pixel Shader 3.0

Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 3600, NVIDIA GeForce 6800GT

Sound Card : DirectX 9.0c Compatible

DirectX : 9.0c

Input : Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

Online Multiplayer : 2-22 players, 512 kbits/sec or faster

Single System Multiplayer: 2-5 players on 1 PC

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Intermediate Oracle 11g Course

This Intermediate VTC course expands on the Introduction to Oracle 11g course. It gives you a more detailed grass roots knowledge of Oracle SQL and Oracle PL/SQL. Author and expert Gavin Powell covers a wide range of topics including many types of queries, expressions, and statements. He also explores sequences, synonyms, views, materialized views, user access and security, working with indexes, and the basics of programming with PL/SQL. As with the introductory course, this intermediate course is not focused on Oracle Certification but will give you a good start towards some more advanced aspects of coding SQL and PL/SQL. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

PHP Fundamentals

Tutsplus – PHP Fundamentals
So you have learned the basics HTML and CSS and are now ready to dig into building your own dynamic websites. Congratulations for getting this far; now it is time for the fun part! In this course, I will teach you, from scratch, how to use PHP; we will also, naturally, have to learn a bit of MySQL in the process!

Friday, November 22, 2013

Introduction to ASP.NET 4 WebForms

Pluralsight – Introduction to ASP.NET 4 WebForms
This course introduces you to building applications with ASP.NET 4 WebForms, starting with installing the tools and finishing with a complete Web application. Building Application with ASP.NET 4 WebForms is a course designed to get you up and running with ASP.NET WebForms. The modules in the course will cover everything from setting up a development environment to deploying to a live web site. In between we’ll drill into the details of server controls, data binding and validation, user controls, security, Ajax features, and persisting data to SQL Server.

The Fundamentals of Ruby

Tutsplus – The Fundamentals of Ruby
Are you ready to be escorted to the wonderful world of Ruby development? If so, this is the course for you! This course start from scratch, as we learn the ins and outs of the language, and how it compares to other languages that you might be familiar with, like PHP. If you would like to join me, let is get started!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ruby on Rails Tutorial: Learn Web Development with Rails, 2nd Edition

RailsTutorial – Ruby on Rails Tutorial Learn Web Development with Rails, 2nd Edition
The Ruby on Rails Tutorial, 2nd Edition book and screencast series teach you how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails, the open-source web framework that powers top websites such as Twitter, Hulu, GitHub, and the Yellow Pages.
The Rails Tutorial screencasts contain dozens of tips and tricks to help you go beyond the Rails Tutorial book, including debugging hints, test-driven development techniques, and solutions to many of the book’s exercises (view a sample video or some free screencasts). And though the screencasts are carefully edited, I’ve left in some of the problems I encountered along the way, so that you can learn how to recover from the inevitable application errors – and see that even experts sometimes make mistakes.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Introduction to the ASP.NET Web API

Pluralsight – Introduction to the ASP.NET Web API
In the world of HTML5, mobile devices, and modern development techniques, HTTP has become the default option for building rich, scalable services. The ASP.NET Web API was designed from the ground up to meet the need of developers who want to build HTTP/RESTful services. The API provides an easy-to-use set of default options, while providing a deep extensbility infrastructure to meet the demands of any scenario using HTTP.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Android App Development with Java Essential Training

Lynda – Android App Development with Java Essential Training

Android App Development with Java Essential Training is a comprehensive look at the Android architecture that teaches how to build and deploy applications for Android phones and tablets using the Java programming language. Starting with the installation of the required developer tools, including Eclipse and the Android SDK, the course covers how to build the user interface, work with local data, integrate data from the accelerometer and other sensors, and deploy finished applications to the Android Market. Exercise files are included with the course.

Up and Running with Java Applications

Lynda – Up and Running with Java Applications

This course is an introduction to developing Java applications for various runtime environments. Author Todd Perkins explains how to configure the development environment, connect a web application to a MySQL database, and build a user interface with the Swing framework. The course also covers publishing applets in a web browser, working with XML data, and creating apps for Android devices.

Introducing PHP

PHP is the most popular server-side language used to build dynamic websites, and though it is not especially difficult to use, non-programmers often find it intimidating. This workshop from author and trainer David Powers is designed to change that by teaching you PHP through a series of clear, focused, easy-to-follow lessons. After briefly explaining what PHP is and how it integrates with HTML, David will guide you through the setup and configuration of a PHP development environment on both Windows and Mac OS X. Then you’ll learn the features of the PHP language through a series of hands-on exercises before embarking on a larger project that involves building a script to validate and email user input from an online form. Through this project you’ll come to understand the value of creating reusable code, the importance of PHP security, and how to deal with multiple-choice form fields.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Dev Apps C# 2008: Enterprise, Mobile, and Security

LearnNowDev – Dev Apps C# 2008: Enterprise, Mobile, and Security
This course moves your development skills even further beyond the basics, starting with learning how to extend Visual Studio 2008 and handling issues you will encounter with multiple versions of assemblies and applications. You will learn to create and debug Windows services, and how to create and test applications for Windows Mobile devices. You will become expert working with XML, reading and writing data using the XML DOM and the XML reader/writer classes. Visual Studio 2008 adds new data-related features—you will learn about these new features, and also how to create new custom controls, secure applications, and create setup applications so you can deploy your solutions. You will finish by learning how to analyze code at runtime using attributes and reflection, and how to use the new Visual Studio 2008 client application services.

C++ Advanced Topics

Pluralsight – C++ Advanced Topics

Once you know the basic of C++ syntax and what the Standard Library offers you, it’s time to establish whether you’re writing good code or not. Modern C++ is expressive, readable, fast, and secure. In most cases the faster thing to do is also the easier thing to do and the safer thing to do – no tradeoffs! In this course you’ll draw on your C++ Fundamentals knowledge to explore a number of ways to ensure your applications are implemented in Modern C++, not C-With-Classes or other old-style idioms. You’ll take advantage of the Standard Library and write code that is future proof and safe.

C# Design Strategies

This production is In Process which means we are actively recording new episodes. There are 10-12 episodes planned, currently, but there might be more. In this advanced series, Jon Skeet (of Stack Overflow fame) dives into various strategies and patterns you might want to consider when building your application. Topics covered include core Gang of Four design patterns such as the Singleton, Strategy, State and others as well as good habits such as using interfaces, Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control.
Rob and Jon have a habit of going off on small tangents – and we have a habit of recording what Jon goes off on. In addition to the core episodes, we’ll also be releasing outtakes – such as Jon writing his own IoC container from scratch!
This is an advanced series and understanding of C# and how it works is a very good idea.

Professional C# Part2

Video2Brain – Professional C# Part2
Learning object-oriented programming is an obstacle that many beginning developers struggle with, and for good reason: It involves getting your head around a whole new approach to solving problems. In this workshop, professional developer Edward Tanguay teaches you object-oriented programming in a unique way. He introduces a real-world problem and shows two approaches to it, one object-oriented and one not. The non-object-oriented approach works at the beginning, but then you see as you progress along this path that adding features becomes increasingly difficult. Then he shows you the object-oriented approach, and you see how the structure of the code is different and how this allows you to add new features with ease. You’ll also learn about new features of C# 4.0 such as the very welcome named and optional parameters as well as the fabulously simple new COM Interop feature to help you read and write Excel files from C#.

Professional C# Part1

Professional C#

The C# language has evolved tremendously over the past ten years and if you are going to master it you will need to learn many aspects of this rich technology. In this workshop, professional developer Edward Tanguay begins with the basics that you will recognize from other languages, such as if, switch, foreach, and so on. You will also learn about important concepts such as the heap and the stack, extension methods, and creating and consuming events. In the later parts of the workshop, Edward shows you more advanced features unique to C# such as extension methods, generics, and data access with LINQ. If you like, you can follow up this workshop with “Professional C#, Volume 2: Object-Oriented Programming & New Features in C# 4.0.”

Sunday, October 27, 2013

J2EE For Developers

J2EE For Developers
Java2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) is Sun Microsystems’ platform for developing multi-tier enterprise applications. In the J2EE for Developers course from LearnKey, expert instructor Campbell Gunn shows anyone with basic programming experience how to build and deploy applications by assembling standardized components and providing component services using J2EE features like Java Servlets, JavaServer Pages and Enterprise JavaBeans. At the conclusion of this course, you will understand how J2EE works and how to build enterprise applications using the multi-tier model.

TekPub – Mastering C# 4.0 with Jon Skeet

Mastering C# 4.0
If you’re just learning Microsoft’s flagship language – or if you’ve been at it for years – this production will teach you a lot. Jon Skeet is well-known as the “Chuck Norris” of with inhuman skills when it comes to answering questions about C# 4.0. Tap his brain and learn the language like never before with our all-new series.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Lynda - Data-Driven Presentations with Excel and PowerPoint

Learn how to drive your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations with data straight from the source—Excel. Gini Courter first shows you how to use conditional formatting to highlight important data, summarize data with PivotTables, and visualize your data with sparklines and charts. Then learn how to leverage the linking and embedding features of Office to bring Excel tables and charts into PowerPoint. Gini then uses SmartArt to provide a conceptual framework in PowerPoint and animates the results. Finally, learn to create links from PowerPoint to Excel to fire up a workbook directly from a presentation. If you've wondered how to create compelling, data-driven presentations that always stay up to date, this course is for you.


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