Hello Everyone and welcome to this class. In this class, we are going to start our coding journey from scratch with Python, a technology that is trending worldwide and is the most popular choice of programmers all over the globe.
Are you preparing to take the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam, or are you a cybersecurity professional pursuing a better understanding of secure coding practices? In this course, instructor Mike Chapple provides you with the detailed information you need to get ready for the Software Development Security domain of the 2021 CISSP exam. Mike explains software development security practices as needed to complete the exam. He covers the software development lifecycle, code review, software testing, and common software security issues. Mike also discusses secure coding practices, security considerations for cloud computing, and software security assessment.
Working with Functions in C
Functions are a core component of the C programming language . This course will teach you everything you need to know about functions in C including user-defined functions and functions that are available within the C standard library.
In this course, we will be learning about game development using the Pygame and Tkinter library of Python. We will start with very basics. Such as creating a game window and adding an image to it.
A complete practical Python course in which you will learn to create your own web/desktop app with MySQL database
Machine learning is exciting, yet, it may sound more complicated than it is actually is. This course empowers you with the necessary theory and practice to become confident about how machine learning works by building a hands-on solution.
Get the information you need on several popular third-party REST APIs, including the Azure Cognitive Services API, the Twitter API, the Twilio API, and more. Instructor Kevin Bowersox shows you how to call these APIs, using various techniques available in Java. Kevin uses each chapter to focus on a specific third-party API and a specific Java tactic for calling the API. Within each chapter, he goes over the purpose of the API, its major resources, and its security scheme, then he provides hands-on lessons that demonstrate how to call the API. Kevin demonstrates how to interact with these APIs, so you can get hands-on experience working with real world APIs that will translate to other APIs that you can leverage in your professional development.
Software Testing Foundations: Test Preparation
While spontaneity may be fun and valued in many instances in life, there are certainly areas where you don’t want to leave things up to chance or make an uninformed decision—buying a house, interviewing for a job, running a marathon. These are all things that require preparation, and doing them on the fly could produce disastrous results. As Mike Fine explains in this course, the same can be said for software testing. Join Mike as he teaches the many ways that your preparation for a test ends up impacting your overall results. He reviews the various phases of testing and the different ways to prepare for alpha, beta, and delta testing. Even if you’re an experienced quality tester, Mike shows the importance of reviewing the mundane details that you might do every day and rarely think about, where one small, missed item—an expired software license, for example—might cause your whole test to collapse.
Hello there and welcome to my course, in this course I'm going to teach you everything you need to know to implement Geofence API in your project. And not just that, as a Bonus I'm going to teach you how to integrate Places SDK for Android as well.
Due to its power and simplicity, Python has become the scripting language of choice for many large organizations, including Google, Yahoo, and IBM. A thorough understanding of Python 3, the latest version, will help you write more efficient and effective scripts. In this course, Bill Weinman demonstrates how to use Python 3 to create well-designed scripts and maintain existing projects. This course covers the basics of the language syntax and usage, as well as advanced features such as objects, generators, and exceptions. Learn how types and values are related to objects; how to use control statements, loops, and functions; and how to work with generators and decorators. Bill also introduces the Python module system and shows examples of Python scripting at work in a real-world application.
Data Science Foundations: Data Mining in Python
Data mining is the area of data science that focuses on finding actionable patterns in large and diverse datasets: clusters of similar customers, trends over time that can only be spotted after disentangling seasonal and random effects, and new methods for predicting important outcomes. In this course, instructor Barton Poulson introduces you to data mining that uses the programming language Python. Barton goes over some preliminaries, such as the tools you may use for data mining. He discusses aspects of dimensionality reduction, then explains clustering, including hierarchical clustering, k-Means, DBSCAN, and more. Barton covers classification, including kNN and decision trees. He goes into association analysis and introduces you to Apriori, Eclat, and FP-Growth. Barton steps you through a time-series decomposition, then concludes with sentiment scoring and other text mining tools.
Rust Essential Training (2021)
If you know even a little bit about programming languages, you know there are a plethora of options to choose from. If your priority is a language focused on reliability, speed, memory, safety, and parallelism, then Rust may be the one for you. In this course, instructor Barron Stone covers the key components of Rust, starting with basic programming concepts including variables, data types, functions, and control loops. He then moves on to some of the core concepts that are unique to Rust, including ownership, borrowing references, and crates. While Rust is great for low-level systems programming, it’s also being used for web apps, network services, and embedded programs. As Barron shows, the features of Rust, along with great tools, documentation, and a welcoming community, have made Rust a language that developers love.
Choosing a Data Platform: PostgreSQL, MySQL, Mongo, and Cloud
There are a lot of different databases out there with their own pros and cons. It’s important to know what your options are. In this course, instructor Amataverna Lee covers PostgreSQL, MySQL, Mongo (a NoSQL database), and several cloud-based databases, to help you choose what will be best for you. You’re likely to encounter PostgreSQL in your career, so it’s important to be familiar with this type of database and how it differs from other types. MySQL is one of the most popular SQL dialects used today, so this is another important one to understand. Amataverna introduces you to Mongo, a nonrelational database that does not use SQL, and shows you some tools that you would need to use in Mongo. She also goes over several popular cloud-based options: Snowflake, Snowsight, Amazon Web Services (Redshift and S3), and Google Cloud Platform. With an understanding of these options, you can make a more informed choice on what is best for you.
Software Testing Foundations: Test Techniques
We may marvel at a musician or athlete for their high level of skill and execution, but equally as important as their mastery of skills is their incredible technique in applying those skills. Technique is something you develop to ensure that whatever you deliver is the best possible outcome of your work, and in this course, Mike Fine applies this idea to software testing. As Mike shows, the more refined and honed your skills are, the better the results of your testing. Whether you’re a software tester looking to add to your skills, or prepping for an ISTQB certification, mastering many different test techniques only increases the chances that you have the tools to accomplish any task. Mike covers key techniques like black-box testing, white-box testing, and experienced-based testing. As these techniques are often full of esoteric lingo and complicated terminology, Mike also gives some advice on how to communicate your testing process so your results aren’t lost in technical jargon.
Data Science for Java Developers
Learning the basics of data science and how to apply them in Java opens up a world of possibilities for you, in terms of building software and job opportunities. In this course, instructor Shaun Wassell takes you through the skill sets required for data science, shows you how to visualize data in Java, and explores different methods of turning data into information. Shaun introduces some basic concepts and examples of data science, then walks you through the process of representing data in Java and some difficulties you may encounter. He discusses data manipulation techniques like mapping, filtering, collecting, and sorting. Shaun describes how to find, gather, clean, manipulate, and store data, so that you can start doing useful things with it. Next, he shows you the fun part: different methods you can use to turn data into information. Shaun covers Nearest-Neighbor, Bayes, linear regression, decision trees, clustering, and more.
Become a professional Python Developer and learn how to easily create programs, apps, scripts, games and so much more…
ASP.NET Core: Health Checks and Logging
Logging and health checks in ASP.NET Core are vital for enterprise and commercial development. You need to understand what's happening on your site in order to find where problems have occurred, spot security issues, and discover optimization opportunities. In this course, instructor Christian Wenz shows you how to use the logging infrastructure that ASP.NET Core provides and then introduces you to the features that ASP.NET Core offers for health checks, including how to create, register, and customize them. Christian gives you a quick tour of the sample app that you will use in this course. Then he gets into the logging portion of the course, covering topics such as how to configure logging, log to files, log to Azure, use log scopes, and more. After a challenge to see how well you understand logging, Christian discusses ASP.NET Core health checks, including how to configure and add health checks, create a UI to work with health checks, and secure your health check endpoints.
Learning SQL Programming (2021)
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a common tool for retrieving data from relational databases such as SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL. This course provides an introduction to this core programming language. Learn how to request data from a database, limit and sort the responses, aggregate data from multiple tables with joins, and edit and delete data. Instructor Scott Simpson also shows how to perform simple math operations and transform data into different formats.