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    Lynda - Visual Studio 2015 Essential Training: 01 Exploring the Visual Studio Ecosystem (updated Jul , 2017)
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    Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English
    Visual Studio has every tool you need to be a productive developer.

    Visual Studio has every tool you need to be a productive developer. But it is a vast ecosystem. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the IDE, code editors, Team Foundation Server, accounts and notifications, and personalization settings that make up the core of Visual Studio. Author Walt Ritscher provides beginners with a glimpse of the breadth of the program, and gives established pros a look at the most recent changes in 2015, including new Azure tools for building scalable applications and Blend, a complementary IDE for creating modern XAML-based applications.


    * Installing Visual Studio
    * Exploring the command prompt
    * Logins and Microsoft accounts
    * Notifications
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    Learn React The World's Most Lucrative JavaScript Library
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 9.5 Hours | Lec: 74 | 1.16 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Learn React and Redux by building a Spotify, Shopping Cart and a Uber Price App using the latest ES6, NPM and Webpack

    Learn React by doing!. Everything relating to the modern web framework React and latest practices are jam packed into this course.

    Subscribe and up skill yourself in the highest paying front end framework in the world

    What are we going to cover and use ?

    React - ReactRedux - React Router - Middleware - ES6 - NPM - Webpack

    We'll be using the best practices in the industry to build products that you can share with your friends. Forget the boring TODO and Hello World app tutorials, learn the fundamentals and core concepts of how React works whilst building applications you're proud off and will use and share with your friends.

    You'll be building three scalable real apps from the scratch:

    1 - Spotify App - Search for and play snippets of your favourite songs using React and it's principles
    2 - Shopping Cart App - Build a shopping cart using Redux and master all of Redux's concepts and ideologies
    3 - Uber Price Estimation App - Find out how much a uber ride is going to cost you from start to end, using React, Redux, React-Router, Middleware, Fetch

    During this course you'll learn and get to work with:

    - React
    - Redux
    - Axios
    - React Router
    - Middleware
    - Installing and using external React Modules
    - Google Maps API
    - Redux Developer Tools
    - Github and Git
    - Webpack
    - ES6 / latest javascript
    - Uber's API, Spotify's API
    - Chrome developer Tools

    We'll be using diagrams and flowcharts throughout our course to pictorially explain what is happening at each step and how this fits into the bigger picture of React, we leave no stone unturned when going over core theories of this popular and fast framework.

    Learn React's popular JSX markup language, combining HTML and Javascript and get quickly trained on breaking down large applications into much smaller component based solutions that you can re-use throughout your code.

    Understand how 'props' and 'state' work, more importantly understand what the exactly are, what they do and why they are necessary.

    Learn Redux, one of the most popular front end data management libraries, we'll break Redux down to it's very core, understand what it exactly is, why it does it, why it's so famous. Learn how to easily manage your data using Redux and build complex applications, and become that person who explains theories about Redux others didn't even know.

    We learn about Redux middleware, nothing is explained using jargon and everything is taught in a relatable and simple terms, making it extremely easy to grasp all these new concepts

    This course not only explains how React, Redux and the several other tools and technologies such as webpack, and ES6 work but goes into exactly how they work, we work from the ground up, from fundamentals to building complex real life apps you can scale easily












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    Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills
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    Professor George Siedel developed Successful Negotiation in order to provide a global comprehensive introduction into this lifelong skill. Available to a worldwide audience, this MOOC introduces skills and strategies that form a fundamental basis for negotiations in a variety of contexts for both business and personal transactions.

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    Pluralsight - Citrix Networking Deep Dive
    Size: 116.51 MB | Duration: 1 hr 4 mins | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1024x768 15fps | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English | + Exercise files

    This course will teach you Network, Firewall, Security Admins, and how to understand the unique characteristics of Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop. This course is intended to bridge the gap between CCNA-level knowledge and Citrix technologies.

    Network/Firewall/Security Admins are often at odds with Citrix Admins because Citrix technologies have unique characteristics and requirements. In this course, Citrix Networking Deep Dive, you'll gain an understanding of Citrix technologies as they impact the network. First, you'll discover protocols and ports. Next, you'll explore secure remote access. Finally, you'll be presented with WAN considerations. By the end of this course, you'll not only get an overview of XenApp, XenDesktop, and NetScaler, but you'll also understand the requests from your Citrix admin.









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    Lynda - Learning SQL Programming
    Size: 185 MB | Duration: 1h 28m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English
    SQL (Structured Query Language) 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 server, 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.


    * What is SQL?
    * Asking for data with SELECT
    * Limiting database responses
    * Organizing responses
    * Asking for data from two or more tables
    * Understanding join types and data types
    * Transforming data
    * Performing math
    * Adding and modifying data in a table








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    TTC Video - Turning Points in Modern History
    24xDVDRip | English | MP4 | 426 x 320 | MPEG-4 ~818 kbps | 29.970 fps
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    Genre: eLearning Video / History
    Get a unique and rewarding view of world history by immersing yourself in the fascinating story of the discoveries, inventions, upheavals, and ideas that shaped the modern world. What do the fall of Constantinople, the French Revolution, the Transcontinental Railroad, and the invention of the Internet all have in common? If any one of these turning points had not occurred, or had occurred differently, the trajectory of modern history-and even your life-would have been dramatically altered.

    Each event and innovation sparked a profound change in how entire societies viewed the world while signaling the dawn of a new political, economic, or cultural and social reality. Being aware of these turning points is critically important-but it's even more essential to comprehend the complexity of their causes and effects if you want to fully grasp how we arrived in the here and now. Only by understanding how these and other landmark moments and movements transformed our world and continue to impact it today, and by studying the creative ways humankind has found to adapt, can we get at the heart of what it truly means to be "modern."

    Turning Points in Modern History takes you on a far-reaching journey around the globe-from China to the Americas to New Zealand-to shed light on how two dozen of the top discoveries, inventions, political upheavals, and ideas since 1400 have shaped the modern world. Taught by award-winning history professor Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, these 24 thought-provoking lectures tell the amazing story of how life as we know it developed-at times advancing in one brilliant instant and at other times, in painstaking degrees.

    Starting in the early 15th century and culminating in the age of social media, you'll encounter astounding threads that weave through the centuries, joining these turning points in ways that may come as a revelation. You'll also witness turning points with repercussions we can only speculate about because they are still very much in the process of turning.

    What It Means to Be Modern

    So what is meant by "modern"? As opposed to ancient or premodern, modernity involves a mindset that stresses novelty, breaks with the past, and recognizes change.

    In exploring these turning points, you'll see as the attributes of modernity and progress recur again and again, including

    the growth of technology;
    the autonomy of the individual;
    reliance on experimentation and science over the dictates of tradition;
    new concepts of popular sovereignty and equality; and
    interconnectedness on an increasingly global scale.

    Professor Liulevicius doesn't merely recount the greatest events of history, but rather has carefully selected true catalysts in provoking changes in worldview. Whether you're covering a turning point concerning

    technological change, like the invention of the airplane, motion pictures, or the atomic bomb;
    political history, such as the establishment of sovereign nation-states; or
    social transformation, as in the abolitionist movement or the recognition of women's right to vote,

    you'll focus on the impact the event had on its contemporaries and their hopes and fears regarding its effects. And you will see, in spite of the shock of the "new," society's remarkable ability to adapt.

    A Unique Understanding of Our Shared Past

    Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War-which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

    Whether the events are familiar or surprising, you'll encounter a wealth of eye-opening insights throughout.

    The voyages of Christopher Columbus: Despite what you may have learned in school, almost no educated European thought the world was flat in Columbus's day.
    The printing press: Gutenberg's machine played a major role in launching the Protestant Reformation. For centuries, calls for reform within the church were slow to gain acceptance or were ignored. The printing press allowed Martin Luther's message to spread and take hold instead of quickly evaporating.
    The American Revolution: Even by the time of the Boston Tea Party, few colonists were driving for independence. Most wanted the restoration of their rights as Englishmen.
    The theory of evolution: Many people actually speculated on evolution before Charles Darwin. After he introduced his ideas, the Nazis and others took the concept in directions he would not have endorsed.

    While any one of these or the other turning points featured are fascinating enough to warrant an entire course, this unique format allows parallels and links to be made across centuries and continents. You'll see how the building of the Berlin Wall intersects with the space race; trace how the Anglo-Dutch trade wars led to China's subjugation; and consider whether the Westphalian system of territorial sovereignty established in 1648 still applies in cyberspace as the Internet nullifies borders.

    Learn What Might Have Been

    As you discover how turning points such as the discovery of penicillin and the opening of East Berlin hinged on chance, accident, and, in some cases, sheer luck, you'll realize how easily history might have played out differently.

    When Enrico Fermi and colleagues attempted to create a nuclear chain reaction in Chicago, no one knew with certainty it wouldn't run out of control. Had it gone awry, would their protection system-a technician with an axe and workers standing by with buckets of cadmium and salt-have been enough to prevent catastrophe?
    If an "American missile launch" inadvertently detected by a Soviet satellite hadn't been declared a false alarm by a Russian official, how differently might the cold war have ended?
    If the voyages of "the Chinese Columbus," Admiral Zheng He, had continued and reached the Americas, would we be speaking Mandarin today?

    Having lived, studied, and traveled extensively throughout Europe, Dr. Liulevicius is uniquely qualified to draw unexpected connections between events and figures. In Turning Points in Modern History, you'll experience humanity's last 600 years as a sweeping narrative. By the final lecture, you'll see the big picture come into crystal-clear focus and possess an understanding of where we are, where we've been, and where we're headed like never before.

    Lectures:

    Lecture 1 - 1433-The Great Voyages of Admiral Zheng He
    Explore the idea of modernity and define "turning point." Then, consider why Chinese admiral Zheng He's voyages promoting the power of China's authority did not continue as part of a larger campaign of discovery-and what the consequences might have been had he reached the Americas.

    Lecture 2 - 1453-The Fall of Constantinople
    Although many educated people think they know about the fall of the Roman Empire, Professor Liulevicius says the end actually happened 1,000 years later with the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks. Delve deeper into this event and learn the trauma the loss created for Europeans.

    Lecture 3 - 1455-Gutenberg's Print Revolution
    Trace how Johannes Gutenberg's introduction of a press with movable type sparked a print revolution, becoming a key factor in the Protestant Reformation, the Renaissance, the Scientific Revolution, and the standardization of vernacular languages.

    Lecture 4 - 1492-The Columbian Exchange
    Without intending to, Christopher Columbus's search for Asia initiated an event that has been called the most important historical turning point of modern times. Investigate how Columbus's encounter with the Americas brought distant peoples together politically, culturally, and environmentally in ways that were simultaneously productive and deeply destructive.

    Lecture 5 - 1600-The British East India Company
    The English and Dutch East India companies coexisted in the Spice Islands as they worked to outflank the Portuguese, but their rivalry soon escalated into war. Examine the founding and meteoric growth of the East India Company and the violence that ultimately led Britain to establish an empire on which the sun never set.

    Lecture 6 - 1648-The Treaty of Westphalia
    The Thirty Years War involved some million soldiers and mass civilian casualties. Explore the significance of the Peace of Westphalia, the settlement that ended the war in 1648-a vital turning point that still shapes how international politics are handled.

    Lecture 7 - 1676-Van Leeuwenhoek's Microscope
    Trace how Anton van Leeuwenhoek's striking discovery fit into the larger Scientific Revolution and shifted intellectual authority from classic texts to that which is observable and measurable.

    Lecture 8 - 1751-Diderot's Enlightenment Encyclopedia
    The Encyclopedie was the most ambitious reference work and publishing project of its time. Discover how the editors made knowledge accessible to a mass audience and championed the Enlightenment's progressive, secular message, despite fierce opposition from the Catholic Church.

    Lecture 9 - 1787-The American Experiment
    Learn how America's founders established a model of a republic through debate, compromise, separation of powers, and a flexible Constitution.

    Lecture 10 - 1789-The French Revolution
    How did France's fight for liberation from royal authority lead to Napoleon's rise and even greater despotism? Contrast events in America with those in France to see how attempts at creating modern republics radically diverged.

    Lecture 11 - 1838-The British Slavery Abolition Act
    Confront the harsh realities of the African slave trade and consider the role social mobilization played in eradicating the institution across the British Empire.

    Lecture 12 - 1839-The Opium War in China
    Delve into the causes, conflicts, and consequences of the Opium Wars, in which China was psychologically devastated and subjugated by British imperialism.

    Lecture 13 - 1859-Darwin and the Origin of Species
    Discover how a simple observation inspired Darwin's theories of evolution and natural selection, and why his Origin of Species was eagerly accepted by much of Victorian society. Then, look at how the Nazis and others distorted Darwin's ideas.

    Lecture 14 - 1869-Binding Continents
    In 1869, two events connected the world through modern technology, giving science vast significance as a source of authority. Learn how the building of the Transcontinental Railroad in the United States and the Suez Canal in Egypt revolutionized the way people perceived space and time.

    Lecture 15 - 1893-First Women Voters in New Zealand
    Follow the fight for women's suffrage in New Zealand and America, as two global trends-the demand for women's political voice and the growth of settler societies-intersected.

    Lecture 16 - 1896-The Invention of Motion Pictures
    Motion pictures revolutionized people's view of the world. Survey early movie culture, along with the contributions of Thomas Edison, Georges Melies, and others, then see how the medium became "weaponized" by Bolsheviks in Russia and Nazis in Germany.

    Lecture 17 - 1903-Kitty Hawk and Powered Flight
    Witness the dawning of the air age and meet the Montgolfier brothers, the Wright brothers, and others who brought humanity's dream of flying to fruition. Then, explore how aviation shaped the experience of modernity, from the relative ease of travel to the stark reality of "total warfare."

    Lecture 18 - 1904-The Russo-Japanese War
    To the world's surprise, Japan defeated Russia in the Russo-Japanese War. Learn how this conflict fought with industrialized weapons reconfigured world politics by igniting the process of global decolonization, establishing Japan as a great power, and setting the stage for two world wars.

    Lecture 19 - 1928-The Discovery of Penicillin
    The advance of antibiotics occurred amid the larger context of the development of germ theory. Trace how scientists' understanding of the mechanisms of infection and disease evolved during the 19th century-and see how Alexander Fleming stumbled upon his life-saving discovery.

    Lecture 20 - 1942-The Dawn of the Atom
    When German physicists split the atom, Albert Einstein warned President Roosevelt of the potential for "extremely powerful bombs of a new type." Chart the course of the nuclear bomb from this letter through the first nuclear chain reaction led by physicist Enrico Fermi, the Manhattan Project, and devastation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    Lecture 21 - 1969-Walking on the Moon
    The moon landing expanded humanity's sense of the possible. Learn how the space program grew out of advances in rocketry during World War II and advanced rapidly due to cold war paranoia exacerbated by the launch of Sputnik.

    Lecture 22 - 1972-China Enters the World Balance
    Nixon's meeting with Mao shifted the cold war's balance and returned China to the world stage. Learn the reasons for Nixon's trip, the consequences of which still reverberate, and Description the rise of Mao and communism in China. Then, see how Deng Xiaoping's promotion of private enterprise began a trajectory of growth that continues.

    Lecture 23 - 1989-The Fall of the Berlin Wall
    How did a bureaucratic blunder by a Politburo member lead to the fall of the Berlin Wall? Find out as you examine the surprisingly peaceful collapse of the Soviet Union and Communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe.

    Lecture 24 - 2004-The Rise of Social Media
    Are the Web and social media making us more globally connected or locking us into niche societies and creating an epidemic of loneliness? Probe both the power and the perils of the Internet-from aiding popular uprisings to rewiring our brains.













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    TTC Video - The Great Tours: Experiencing Medieval Europe
    24xDVDRip | English | MP4 + PDF Guide | 640 x 360 | MPEG-4 ~1185 kbps | 29.970 fps
    MPEG Audio | 128 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 12:08:28 | 6.8 GB
    Genre: eLearning Video
    Travel to the mystery, drama, and splendor of the Middle Ages-to the times of great royal dynasties, intrepid knights, religious passions, merchant empires, and towering art ... Tucked away within the romantic landscapes of Europe, a remarkable range of beautifully preserved medieval cities and towns invites discovery-time capsules of history where you can stroll the cobbled streets of another time; savor the treasures of palaces, stately mansions, soaring cathedrals, and grand civic centers; and walk the mighty bastions and ramparts that once defended them.

    Travel to the mystery, drama, and splendor of the Middle Ages-to the times of great royal dynasties, intrepid knights, religious passions, merchant empires, and towering art ... Tucked away within the romantic landscapes of Europe, a remarkable range of beautifully preserved medieval cities and towns invites discovery-time capsules of history where you can stroll the cobbled streets of another time; savor the treasures of palaces, stately mansions, soaring cathedrals, and grand civic centers; and walk the mighty bastions and ramparts that once defended them.In this extraordinary cultural adventure, you'll visit unforgettable places such as

    Mdina, on the palatial island stronghold of the legendary Knights of Malta;
    Bruges, lovingly preserved, and one of the world's most hauntingly beautiful cities;
    Palermo, home of stunning medieval palaces and ecclesiastical architecture;
    Prague, a magical blending of the medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque, and one of the jewels of European civilization; and
    Avignon, the resplendent 14th-century seat of the papacy.

    In these powerfully evocative sites, royal armies went to war, Christian faith clashed dramatically with politics, sublime architecture and art flourished, great economic empires were built, and Western civilization came of age.

    Astonishing in their preservation and historical authenticity, these open-air museums offer one of the world's great cultural travel experiences, revealing not only the culture, rich history, and daily realities of medieval life, but the ways in which the medieval city contributed to so many aspects of our contemporary world.

    From our very conception of beauty and our models of art and architecture to the tensions between the commercial and political, the secular and spiritual-the medieval city speaks compellingly to all of these and more. As keys to our civilization, the sites you'll visit bear witness to numerous pivotal moments in Western history, even as they illuminate our culture, religious traditions, political and economic systems, art, and science.

    To know these places and to delve into their unique treasures is to deepen your insight into the Western mind and worldview, to uncover some of the greatest creations of human culture, and to enjoy the remarkable richness of one of history's most fascinating eras.

    Now, in The Great Tours: Experiencing Medieval Europe, award-winning Professor Kenneth R. Bartlett of the University of Toronto invites you to travel through time to the golden ages of 12 of Europe's most beautiful medieval cities. In 24 lectures that use extensive location footage, you'll discover the sights, sounds, and smells of teeming markets and mercantile centers, royal feasts and ritual, dramatic military engagements, magnificent religious pageantry, and the many colorful layers of daily medieval life.

    Highlighting in-depth exploration of the architectural and artistic gems of these great cities, these visually sumptuous lectures bring medieval Europe alive in rich detail through the perspective of an expert historian with a deep and seasoned knowledge of the 12 sites.

    Wonders of a Dramatic and Tumultuous Era

    Going far beyond any conventional travelogue, you'll look not only at the "what" of the locations visited, but at the "why" and "how"-why they were built, how they were used, and how they fit into the larger picture of medieval culture of the city, the country, and the time itself.

    Your journey includes these magnificent sites:

    York: Walk into the middle ages in this living museum and wander the "ginnels" (medieval passageways), the streets of the butchers and printers, and visit the Merchant Adventurers' Hall with its vivid view into the life of the wealthy mercantile class.
    Barcelona: Delve into Barcelona's turbulent past and its era as a great maritime power as you explore the Royal Palace complex and stroll the arched lanes and squares of the city's beautifully preserved medieval center.
    Carcassonne: Discover the dreamlike beauty of this fortified citadel and the brilliant engineering of its defenses, and trace the dramatic history that unfolded in the great cathedral of St. Nazaire, the Inquisition Tower, and the monumental Castle of the Counts.
    Dubrovnik: Savor Dubrovnik's breathtaking setting on the Adriatic and its architectural majesty, and learn about its singular system of enlightened government, reflected in the Rector's palace, merchants' hospice, and 15th-century orphanage.
    Kraków: In one of Europe's most enchanting cities, walk the ceremonial route of Polish kings, from the Wawel Royal Castle to the largest medieval square in Europe, and trace Kraków's long history of foreign domination and ultimate survival.
    Siena: Grasp the deep significance of Siena's ritual horse race, the palio, a direct survival of medieval times, and explore the city's great fortress-palaces, superb civic buildings, and artworks that number among the marvels of Europe.

    Step into a Vanished Age

    Aided by detailed footage of each site, Professor Bartlett reveals striking details of life as it was lived centuries ago:

    Stand on the site where Christopher Columbus unveiled the riches of the New World before Spanish royalty.
    Experience the evocative sounds of cathedral bells, carillons, clock towers, and monastic chant.
    Soak in the medieval atmosphere of the winding Moorish streets of Mdina.
    Explore Siena's subterranean water system, dating to the Middle Ages and still in use today.
    Visit a home for the elderly that has operated for 850 years, lace-making workshops practicing traditions from the 15th century, and a monastery pharmacy that has functioned continuously since 1317.

    A Medieval Tapestry of Art and History

    At the heart of this journey, you'll explore the masterworks of medieval architecture and art, and the ineffable beauties of historic cityscapes. In the Norman cathedral of Palermo, you'll study the vast cycle of biblical mosaics that comprise one of Europe's greatest treasures. Among the splendors of Prague, you'll walk the royal road to the majestic courts and regal interiors of Hradcany Castle. You'll enjoy some of the greatest examples of medieval sculpture-by Donatello, Peruzzi, and Pisano-in the Duomoof Siena, a building where even the polychrome marble floor is a phenomenal work of art.

    For each site, you'll study defining historical events as you visit the very places where they unfolded. On Malta, you'll relive the Great Siege of 1565, where the invading Ottomans mounted the largest military force assembled since ancient times. In Avignon, your visit to the opulent Palace of the Popes conjures magnificent papal banquets, coronations, and lavish religious ritual. In Bruges, you'll envision the great wedding ceremony of Margaret of York to Charles the Bold, with its royal pageantry, wine-spouting fountains, and tournament of dazzlingly arrayed knights.

    Along the way, you'll learn where to drink Spanish cava, enjoy fine French provincial food, and taste arrancini, a Sicilian treat dating from the 10th century.

    In The Great Tours: Experiencing Medieval Europe, you'll discover the many rich and layered survivals of medieval life that are still there to see, touch, hear, and enjoy. Take this incomparable journey and experience the glorious legacy of culture, architecture, and art that connects us so deeply to a seminal epoch.

    Lectures:

    1 The Medieval City-A Feast for the Senses
    2 Rothenburg-Jewel on the Romantic Road
    3 Mdina-The Silent City
    4 Mdina and Rabat-In the Steps of St. Paul
    5 Palermo-A Mosaic of Cultures
    6 Palermo-Celebrating Throne and Altar
    7 York-Wool and Prayer
    8 York-Vikings and Merchants
    9 Avignon-The Babylonian Captivity
    10 Avignon-Papal Splendor
    11 Carcassonne-Fortress of the Languedoc
    12 Carcassonne-Cathars and Crusaders
    13 Barcelona-The Gothic Quarter
    14 Barcelona-Imagination and Inspiration
    15 Dubrovnik-Pearl of the Adriatic
    16 Dubrovnik-City of Seven Flags
    17 Kraków-The Royal Way
    18 Kraków-Crossroads of Europe
    19 Prague-Freedom of Mind and Spirit
    20 Prague-Castle Hill
    21 Bruges-Built on the Sea and Trade
    22 Bruges-Commerce and Community
    23 Siena-Good Government
    24 Siena-The Gothic Dream












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    Data Encapsulation 101
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | Lec: 14 | 252 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Cisco CCNA exam objectives - Learn how data is encapsulated and communicates across networks using labs and wireshark!

    In this course you will be learning the basics of Data Encapsulation so you can understand how our data learns the information it needs to be transmitted across the network, using various ports, protocols, addressing, and standards.

    I will present this information to you in three formats so you do not get bored and you are engaged in the material I am presenting to you

    PowerPoint Slides
    Whiteboard drawings
    Virtual Labs

    For this course you will need to have a basic understanding of networking fundamentals. If you don't, you can always take my "Cisco Networking Introduction" course available here on Udemy. This course has over 9.5 hours of video lectures and is made up of about 2/3 of labs so you become fluent on configuring Cisco routers and switches.

    You will need to download:

    Cisco Packet Tracer - A virtual network simulator, available for FREE download
    Wireshark - A packet capture application, available for FREE download
    Data Encapsulation 101 eBook - Available in Lecture 2 "Overview & Requirements" for FREE download
    Students can expect:

    To have a full understanding of Data Encapsulation which is directly related to Cisco's CCNA Certification Exam objectives.
    Students will be given a review on some key network fundamental topics directly related to data encapsulation and for this course.
    Students will have the necessary knowledge needed to discuss data encapsulation with peers, and provide informative information regarding details pertaining to the data being sent across networks.
    In addition, Students will learn:

    How to use Cisco Packet Tracer to capture virtual lab network traffic
    The basics of Wireshark so they are familiar with navigating the application, and know how to capture traffic.
    Students will learn how to capture Switch and Router passwords using Wireshark.
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    Business Strategy Formulation Become a Strategy Consultant
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | Lec: 44 | 166 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Learn how to formulate Successful Business Strategies to Grow your Business

    As a result of the sustained economic downturn, the current business context is creating a huge opportunity for any company who wishes to get ahead of the competition and become a leader. In fact, successful leaders are already developing smart strategic initiatives to create value and gain a sustainable competitive advantage.

    Do you want to develop your own Business Strategy and become a Market Leader too? To do so, you will need a structured and efficient methodology with which to create adequate strategies. During this course, we will explain how to use our methodology to define and implement the right Business Strategy to reach the key business objectives defined.

    What are the benefits of this course? It doesn't matter whether you are the Head of Business Development of a multinational company or an SMB (Small Medium Business), the CEO of a start-up, a C Level professional within a company or someone who wants to find a job in the fascinating world of Strategic Planning,... the benefits of this course for you are clear.

    Are you a Corporate or SMB Business Developer? Industry leaders are finding clear benefits from having a Business Strategy, such as: clarity, focus and direction; drive and impetus; a better understanding of the business; better discussions, debates and alignment and better business results, among others. Within this context, Business Developers must use robust methodologies for the definition and up-dating of the Business Strategy, to thereby maximize the value of the same to the company. This course will show you how.
    Are you working on a start-up? A Business Strategy is a structured method used to define a specific action plan to reach the business objectives defined. However, this is a different strategic planning exercise to that used for the development of a Business Plan. Therefore, it is essential that the founders of a start-up know how and when to develop and use the strategy to obtain new funding from investors.
    Are you working or do you want to work on Strategic Planning? It doesn't matter whether you wish to be a Strategic Consultant or work for McKinsey or for PwC, this course will help you to better understand the bases of Strategic Planning.
    Are you a C Level professional in a listed company or an SMB? For the implementation of a Business Strategy to be successful, the teams must have the right strategic mind-set, especially those working at C Level. This course will help you to better understand the planning process of a Business Strategy so you can be a key active part of its definition and implementation.
    Our Business Strategy blueprint will master your strategy skills. We will teach you how to identify and implement organic and inorganic growth drivers, and the necessary business enablers to achieve sustainable and profitable growth.

    Using examples based on leading companies like Coca Cola, Johnson & Johnson or new entrants like Netflix or Stratasys, you'll learn how to analyse market data, formulate your growth framework and create the implementation roadmap to achieve sustainable and profitable growth. Ultimately, it is a question of reaching the desired growth and efficiency quotas and to do this quicker than our competitors.

    As a final training project and based on our methodology, you will be able to create a comprehensive Business Strategy for an existing business of your own.

    You might think to yourself... "I have no experience in strategy. How do I drastically increase my value in a short period of time"? You'll learn from our 20 plus years' of experience while avoiding our pitfalls.

    Will you get specific tips for entrepreneurs/start-ups? Yes. You will be given TIPS FOR START-UPS. They are based on our experience as start-up investors and operating partners.

    Will you provide us with specific assets? We're glad you asked! You'll gain exclusive access to our very own spreadsheets (growth drivers' qualification, business strategy framework and financial plan).

    Learn the Business Strategy methodology we teach to Fortune 500 companies. If you follow these lessons and take action, we are confident you'll start to see high-growth of your business. This method works for companies from start-ups, SMB's and publicly traded companies.

    Trust it. It has been designed for organizations who want to achieve growth and high performance.












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    Real Time Streaming using Apache Spark Streaming
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | 208 MB
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    Spark is the technology that allows us to perform big data processing in the MapReduce paradigm very rapidly, due to performing the processing in memory without the need for extensive I/O operations.

    Recently, the streaming approach to processing events in near real time became more widely adopted and more necessary. In this course, you will learn how to handle big amount of unbounded infinite streams of data. You will analyze data and draw conclusions from it. Furthermore, we will look at common problems when processing event streams: sorting, watermarks, deduplication, and keeping state (for example, user sessions). You will also implement streaming processing using Spark Streaming and analyze traffic on a web page in real time.









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