Monday, March 31, 2014

AppDev – Java EE Programming: AJAX Fundamentals

This course starts with a simple introduction of the AJAX, what it is and what it can do. It will then move on to how to use XHTML with Java, using JavaScript with the Document Object Model (DOM) API and the AJAX API. The course will then cover Cascading Style Sheets and why it is an important part of AJAX and webpage development. In the final chapters, the course will cover communication with the server on a basic level and using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON).

Object Oriented Programming

Object Oriented Programming will help you improve your programming skill set by giving you a thorough understanding of OOP regardless of your programming background. The training uses a non-jargon approach to teaching the backbone concepts of OOP which have been field tested in years of university-level teaching. While Visual Studio and C# form the instruction environment, the course is language agnostic as possible so the concepts are easily applied to other popular OOP languages and platforms.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Sales Skills Fundamentals

In this course, author Christopher Matthew Spencer shares his techniques for effective sales. Because a sale starts with finely honed communication skills, the course begins with communication and listening skills, and then explores the application of sales traits in everyday life—an ideal primer for making deals in business settings.

This course also covers the basics of connecting with prospective clients, making convincing presentations, understanding and maximizing the sales cycle, measuring sales abilities, and practicing sales skills in role-playing scenarios.

Facebook Essential Training (2012)

Learn how to start navigating the world of social networking and put your best face forward online. This course covers the basics: creating a profile; making Facebook friends; viewing their posts with the Ticker and Timeline; communicating via status updates, the wall, and chat; and sharing photos, videos, and links. Author Garrick Chow also touches on the delicate subject of removing friends and respecting other people’s privacy online. The advanced features of Facebook—including permissions, add-in applications, and dedicated groups—are also covered.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Windows Phone 7 “Mango” Multitasking

Windows Phone Mango brings new multitasking capability for third party application developers, in the form of fast application switching and background agents. In this course, we explore the new execution model that enables fast app switching, and we examine how to leverage this model in our applications. We also seek to understand what background agents are, how they work and how to use them, be it for scheduling simple popup reminders and alarms, or for running custom code in the background at regular time intervals. We also take a deep dive into the new background audio and background file transfer capabilities Mango brings to the table.

Pluralsight – Windows Phone 7.5 Integration Features

In this course, we explore the powerful integration features of Windows Phone 7.5, which let our applications blend right into the phone’s incredible native experience. Specifically, we take a deep dive into the hot new live tiles, we explore Push Notifications and the way they can greatly enhance both our application’s usefulness and attractiveness, and we look at how we can significantly improve our app’s discoverability by leveraging the phone’s search integration features using AppConnect and Bing Search

Windows Phone 7.5 Data

this course explores the various ways Windows Phone applications access data. Parts 1 and 2 look at creating and accessing a local SQL database on the phone. Part 3 examines the user data APIs which let applications work with contacts and calendar on the phone. Part 4 discusses accessing an external data service from a phone application. All modules focus on real-world, no-nonsense scenarios involving querying, displaying, and in some cases updating domain-specific application data.

Monday, March 24, 2014

WordPress 3: Developing Secure Sites

This course explains how to secure self-hosted WordPress sites, including site configuration, code modification, and the use of free plug-ins. Beginning with the basics of site security, author Jeff Starr explains how to harden a WordPress site by configuring authentication keys, setting proper file permissions, and removing version numbers. The course shows how to implement a firewall, prevent automated spam, and control proxy access, and concludes with a series of advanced tips and site security best practices.

Lynda – Dreamweaver and WordPress: Building Themes

In this course, author Joseph Lowery builds a WordPress theme from the ground up using Dreamweaver. The course examines the core structure of a theme, demonstrates constructing and customizing a theme, and explains how to create the site’s CSS. The course also covers setting up the single post page, handling search results, and customizing error pages. Exercise files are included with the course.

Creating and Managing a Blog Network with WordPress

This course presents the WordPress Multisite feature, which allows web site designers and administrators to create a network of sites and blogs from a single installation of WordPress. Author Justin Seeley covers installing the network components, configuring their web server/hosting environment, using the Multisite Network Administration panel, managing users, and backing up, migrating, and restoring a multisite installation.

Saturday, March 22, 2014


C++ is a general purpose programming language that is used by millions of developers. It offers a powerful combination of performance and abstraction that other languages don't have. You can use C++ to write different kinds of applications for a variety of platforms. In this course, I will cover basics of language syntax  declaring variables, classes, building expressions using operators and functions  and work up to templates, pointers, const, and polymorphism. I will be using the principles of œmodern C++ as much as possible, relying on the Standard Library and using idioms like Resource Acquisition is Initialization to reduce the effort involved in memory management. Some people are scared of C++, but I will show you how to approach the language without fear.

Getting Started with ColdFusion 10

In this course, expert web developer and trainer Candyce Mairs teaches you how to build a dynamic, database-driven website using ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion Builder. You will learn how to set up a testing environment as including installing ColdFusion, ColdFusion Builder, and a database and be introduced to the basics of dynamic websites. Then you will work along with Candyce as she creates a complete database-driven ColdFusion website. Along the way you will learn how to work with forms, scoped variables, queries, ColdFusion functions, and more, and get up to speed on ColdFusion 10 features such as function enhancements for queries, new forms of looping, and new attributes.

Company of Heroes 2 FullRip

Company of Heroes 2 System Requirements

OS: Win XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32 & 64 bit)
CPU: 2 GHz dual core CPU, Intel Core 2 Duo or better
RAM: 512 MB system memory
Graphics: DirectX 9 video card with 256 RAM, Nvidia 8000-series or Radeon 3000-series or integrated graphics such as Intel HD3000 or HD4000.
Operating system: Windows XP SP3
DirectX audio card
12GB hard disk space

Monday, March 17, 2014

Photoshop CS6: 3D

Explore and exciting wave of possibilities with the newly enhanced 3D features in Photoshop CS6 Extended. With these new performance enhancements, implementing 3D into your design work has never been easier or more fun! Join Corey as he shows you how to hit the ground running with these newly enhanced and intuitive features. If you haven't started experimenting with 3D yet, now is the time.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Photoshop CS6: Automations

Learn how to automate common processes in Adobe Photoshop from creating actions and batch processing, to creating Droplets. This class will teach you how to use your time more efficiently and leverage some of the new features of Photoshop CS6.

Photoshop CS6: Design Features

Photoshop CS6 has loads of new design features from the way it handles type to new vector layers. Understanding all of the various functions geared towards the designer will allow you to become more creative and effective. In this class, Pete Collins, co-host of PhotoshopUserTV, will provide in depth tips and tricks on all of the ways CS6 can make your life much easier.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video

Adobe Premiere Pro has fast become the number-one editing system for many editors around the world, and in the CS6 version, Adobe has added some new features that challenge expectations. These include a new special effects paradigm, advanced features previously seen only in Adobe After Effects, and a newly enhanced user interface. In this Learn by Video course (produced in partnership with our friends at Peachpit Press), expert editor and trainer Maxim Jago covers everything from the fundamentals of nonlinear editing all the way up to the most advanced new features. You will learn how to bring multiple media types into Premiere Pro, combine them to produce professional edits, apply effects, add titles, work with audio, and output to multiple formats, including DVD, Blu-ray and files.

Optimal Output with Photoshop CS6

In this advanced workshop Tim Grey delves into some of the finer points of creating top-quality output of your digital images. You will get an introduction to color management, which is absolutely crucial to maintaining consistent colors throughout your workflow. Tim takes an in-depth look at the topic of sharpening  when and how to do it, as well as when covers some advanced sharpening techniques. He also offers tips for printing your photos, exploring both the relevant settings in Photoshop and those you are likely to find in your printer driver. Finally, he discusses troubleshooting suboptimal output  i.e., when something goes wrong, figuring out what happened and how to fix it. If you spend a lot of time optimizing your images, this workshop will help you make sure all that effort is reflected in the quality of your output.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Javascript: Up To Speed

In this single-episode production, Rob dives into the various aspects of working with “modern” Javascript. Syntax rules aren’t discussed in-depth as the focus of this screencast is to get you up to speed with what’s happening in the Javascript world. If you’re a web developer and only dabbled with Javascript – or if you’re a .NET developer (*especially* if you’re a .NET developer) – understanding Javascript is becoming increasingly important. That’s the goal of this screencast: getting you up to speed so you can explore the Javascript world confidently.

HTML5 Basics

Aren’t all training videos like books on video?… Yes and no. Here at CartoonSmart we like to keep things project-based, so you can actually build something while you train. But their comes a time when the best approach to teaching something is to cover it like a book. So with this amazing SEVEN HOUR course you can sit back and let our instructor Lawrence Turton guide you through all the new features of HTML5 without running the risk of falling asleep and drooling all over another boring training book. Time-stamped index cards for the topics below are included and like all our tutorials, source code is packaged up with the movies.

Create an Expandable FAQ Listing with jQuery and Dreamweaver

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) are a popular aspect of any web site. This course shows how to create questions that have expandable and collapsible answers, allowing visitors to easily find the information they need. Author and jQuery expert Chris Converse shows how to build an FAQ section for your site quickly, using the tools in Dreamweaver and the code libraries in jQuery. In addition, the course demonstrates how to automatically link to a specific question, and automatically open the answer, giving you the ability to provide users with a direct answer to their question.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Getting Started with PHP

PHP is a language that has one of the widest spectrums of users today: on the one end beginners who want to put a couple lines of dynamic content into their web sites, and on the other hand teams of enterprise developers who run high-traffic internet e-commerce systems. PHP is also the language behind some of the web as most useful and game-changing software, such as WordPress. In this workshop, professional developer Edward Tanguay will show programmers how to get started with PHP. You will learn how to install PHP on your computer with XAMPP and how to install and use the free and popular Eclipse editor. Then you will learn the basics of the PHP language and how to use your PHP skills to create web site forms, which will put you well on your way to building functional and interactive web sites with PHP. (Note: This title was originally published as part of Edward PHP 5.3: Advanced Web Programming course.)

Professional PHP, Volume 2

PHP 5.3 introduced a number of new features that every professional PHP programmer should incorporate into their skill set: namespaces, lambdas, closures, and late static binding, all of which are concepts that you might know from other languages and which are now available in PHP. In this workshop, professional developer Edward Tanguay shows you how to use these features and introduces you to a number of new, useful functions such as array_replace, date_add, new functions to work within  files, and more. In addition to these new features of PHP, you will also learn the basics of using cookies and regular expressions.

Riding Ruby on Rails

Been meaning to learn Ruby on Rails, but felt that it was too hard? Well, not anymore. In this course, Jose Mota will take you through the process of creating dynamic and creative web applications, using Ruby on Rails. Come join us for the ride!

Professional PHP, Volume 1

To understand today’s PHP frameworks, and to build code that is scalable, you need to understand the concepts of object-oriented programming. In this workshop, professional developer Edward Tanguay shows you the basics of object-oriented programming, introducing you to important concepts like classes, properties, methods, and inheritance. You will also learn many other skills that are important in professional PHP programming, such as reading and writing to databases, using text files and XML files, and building web services.

SharePoint 2010 Advanced Branding for Web Designers

This course covers advanced techniques in SharePoint 2010 using XSLT, JavaScript and jQuery. The course provides a quick primer on these three topics and then shows how to get started using them in SharePoint 2010 sites. You will how to add JavaScript code behind pages in a SharePoint 2010 site as well as how to test and debug your code. The course also introduces you to the jQuery library and the jQuery UI library which makes it much easier to write logic to update elements on a page.

SharePoint 2010 Branding a WCM Site for Web Designers

This course covers how to design the structure and the look and feel of a publishing site in SharePoint 2010. You will learn how to create the taxonomy of a publishing site by adding child sites and publishing pages. You will also learn how to upload and approve a custom master page as well as configure publishing sites to use them. The course also focuses on how to create and design custom page layouts which give publishing pages their layout as well as their look and feel. 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Twitter Essential Training

In this course, author Maria Langer explains how to use Twitter, the social network for sharing short bites of information instantly. The course walks through building and customizing an individual profile, reading and sending Twitter updates (called tweets), and building a network of followers. The training also describes how to get the most out of Twitter by following trending topics, configuring privacy settings, establishing a business presence, and tapping into third-party resources that make it easier to follow, send, and schedule tweets.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Picture-Perfect Lighting Techniques for Wedding Photographers

Beautiful light is all around us and Jerry Ghionis is a master at finding the best light for making wedding photos look downright magical. Jerry believes that location means nothing without beautiful light, whether it is found out of doors, standing next to a window, or from artificial sources. Join Jerry on an action-packed, non-stop series of wedding shoots that range from indoor window light to candle-lit romantic tables to the nighttime lights of the city, as he shares an endless supply of professional tips and tricks on everything from posing your subjects to getting proper exposure in every form of light you can find.

Time-Lapse Photography Workshop

A time-lapse video essentially compresses time into a smaller space, creating some entertaining and evocative results. In this workshop author and expert Tim Grey explores the tools, techniques, and concepts involved in creating great time-lapse videos from still captures. You’ll learn how to choose the right equipment, get the right settings for your camera, and compose shots in a way that will be easy to work with later. Then you’ll follow Tim through a series of time-lapse projects where he photographs both fast-moving and slow-moving subjects, as well as one where the camera itself is moving.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Social Media Marketing with Facebook and Twitter

In Social Media Marketing with Facebook and Twitter, Anne-Marie Concepción shows dozens of ways to promote a company’s brand, increase sales, engage customers, and drive site traffic using Facebook and Twitter. The course covers not only the fundamentals of social media marketing, but also the basics of creating a top-level online presence. From building Facebook pages to authoring SEO-friendly Twitter bios, the course dives into the details of both services and discusses how to maximize the impact of social marketing with third-party add-ons.


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