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The Complete Java Swing Course for GUI Development for 2021
Duration: 8h 33m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Size: 6.42 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn Developing GUI Desktop Applications and Games on Java

What you'll learn
Discover the concepts behind Java Games Development
Learn the main stages of Game Development
Understand the packages used for GUI (Graphical User Interfaces) applications
Learn the theory of Java programming with Swing and AWT

Requirements
Motivation to learn new Java concepts
Basic knowledge of programming concepts


Description
In the course you will learn the most commonly used methods for developing Games and GUI applications in Java. This course is specifically designed as a complete guide for students who want to advanced in Java GUI Application Development. For that reason each topic is supported by detailed coding exercises , so you can grasp the material easily and refer to it when needed.

The course covers the development of applications frame and various methods used to display and interact with functional objects using Java Swing. However, we will also show you practical examples of how to develop java games and applications so you get the complete practice and apply what you have learned.

When you finish the course you will have firm knowledge and be able to overtake more advanced topics.


Who this course is for:
Beginner Java Developers
Students willing to learn Java Games Development
Students willing to learn GUI Applications Development
University Students in Computer Science
Employees of IT companies with no prior programming experience

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TTC - How to Dance
Duration: 7h 59m | Video: .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | Size: 6.71 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Have you ever watched a performance of talented dancers and wished you could do that? Maybe you imagine those dancers were born with a sense of rhythm and movement you just don't have. Or maybe you want to get up and move, but you just don't know how. The truth is, good dancers aren't born, they're made. You can learn to be a good dancer and enjoy all the benefits that brings you-fun, friends, good exercise, and more.

In the 25 relaxed, easy-to-follow lessons of How to Dance, you'll learn the rhythm, solo steps, and partnering techniques of 16 of the most popular social dances so you can have a great time on the dance floor. From the gentle elegance of the waltz to the hot rhythms of the mambo, from the bouncing steps of the polka to the swagger of the tango, you'll learn it all and have a great time in the process.

Your instructors, professional dancers Rob Glover and Alyssa Lundgren, were beginners once, too, as they point out. They know what it takes to learn the steps and they encourage practice all along the way and invite you to review each lesson as often as you'd like. They teach with an informal clarity and calm demeanor, making each lesson very easy to understand. Most important, it's clear they're having fun-and you will, too!

Types of Dance

This course addresses four basic genres of dance-Latin & rhythm, swing, smooth & ballroom, and country. In each of the four modules, you'll learn the rhythms of that style, how to count and feel the music, steps each person can practice by themselves, and the specific ways in which the leader and follower contribute to the partnering process. You can certainly take the course in the order it's offered, or you can use the self-contained modules in any order, starting with the type of dance you like best.

In this course, you'll learn:

Latin & Rhythm. In Latin, the dance frame (the way the partners hold each other) is fixed with bent arms, never straight. Partners stand only slightly apart, and the foot movement is typically sharp. You'll learn the Cuban motion that is so important to Latin dance-a hip motion that originates from the knees-as you learn the unique rhythms and steps of the rumba, mambo, cha-cha, and salsa.
Swing. Unlike Latin dances, the majority of swing dances are spot dances, which rotate and can travel across the dancefloor, with energetic, tight turns. With the two basic steps of swing-the rock step and the triple step-the dance can be adapted to many types of music, although it had its origins in the world of jazz. In this course, you'll learn the single-time swing, East Coast swing, Lindy Hop, West Coast swing, and the hustle.
Smooth & Ballroom. Ballroom dances also move around the dance floor in a circular motion, using specific step patterns and rhythms that reflect the music. Previously danced in tuxes and ball gowns, these dances are still enjoyed and taught all around the world in less formal settings. In this course, you'll learn the foxtrot, American tango, and the waltz.
Country. Country dance is a true reflection of the American melting pot, with dance elements from several continents blended into it. Country music and its associated dances became more accessible in the 1920s when the Grand Ole Opry began to broadcast nationwide. In this course, you'll have fun learning the polka, the two-step, and the nightclub two-step.
The Lessons

Your instructors share everything you need to know, step by step, and are always reassuring. Getting ready to learn the partner steps for the mambo? They will remind you to go over the solo steps as many times as you need in order to feel confident. While tradition has often dictated that male dance partners lead and women follow, this division no longer matters. In fact, your instructors change leader and follower roles when they practice, to help them learn more about partner communication, and to refine their technique.

In this course, you will learn each dance in a specific sequence:

Rhythm. You learn how many beats are in each measure of music by listening to the instructor and then clapping the rhythm yourself. Once you hear the music and feel the rhythm, then you're ready to move.
Solo Steps. Before dancing with a partner, it's important to learn the basic steps on your own. From a walk, walk to a rock step to a swivel, you'll learn all the steps you need to know for each dance before moving with a partner.
Partner Steps. You'll learn how to place your body relative to your partner's for each dance. Your instructors will explain when to keep each other at arm's length, move in closer, or turn under your partner's arm.
Dance-Along. Each module of the course concludes with a dance-along in which the instructors perform all the dances in that genre. It's a great opportunity to try out everything you've learned, or to watch the performances with your newly trained eye.
Where Do These Dances Come From?

While the dances you'll learn in this course might feel like classics, no dance starts out that way. As you learn to dance the various styles presented here, you'll also learn about their history. People immigrating to the US from all over the world brought their music and dance styles with them, and Americans traveling abroad learned new styles to bring back home. One person showed someone, who showed the next person; a group got together to dance, and if it had the right feel and rhythm for the time, it could catch on and become popular. Sometimes a movie or television show would highlight a dance, and suddenly people were dancing that style all across the country.

In addition, sometimes one person or one ballroom could make a lasting difference in the world of dance. In this course, you'll learn about the contributions of many individuals and institutions, including:

Arthur Murray. Young Arthur started teaching dance in New York as a child; and today, 260 studios around the world carry his name. He not only wrote books and promoted dance on radio and TV, but he is also responsible for standardizing the foxtrot and creating single-time swing.
Savoy Ballroom. In the 1920s, the Savoy Ballroom in New York's Harlem district was one of the few places where interracial dancing could happen and where people could learn new styles from each other despite segregation. It was here that the Lindy Hop went from street dance to social phenomenon, eventually to become known as the grandfather of swing.
The Grand Ole Opry. Country music and country dancing were very regional throughout the 19th and early 20th century, but it became much more widely accessible when the Grand Ole Opry began to broadcast across the nation in the 1920s.
As you learn about the history, rhythms, and steps of all these exciting dances, you'll learn one more thing, too: You can dance! Relax, have fun, and let the music and the steps take you where you've always wanted to go.

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A Python Bible with Machine Learning and DataScience
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 6.63 GB | Duration: 14h 7m

Rochak Sharma, Artificial Intelligence Analyst


What you'll learn
python programming and some advanced topics like machine learning and data science


Description
In this course, learning to code will be easy and intuitive for you. You will learn Python 3, one of the most popular programming languages in the world.

We will cover the basic fundamentals of programming and you will learn how to do exciting things in Python, like reading and writing on files, like Excel sheets or TXT files, working with JSON and sending Automatic mail, live translator and many more.

We will also cover a little bit of Data Visualization, Statistics and Machine Learning in Python.

This course does not require previous experience in IT or programming, it was designed to help any person learn to code. By the end of the course, you will be writing your own programs and thinking like a programmer. Your professional life will get a huge upgrade.

This course offers lifetime access, a certificate of conclusion and a 30-day money-back guarantee. Don't miss this opportunity! Enroll now and start learning Python!


Who this course is for:
Beginners, intermediate and advance python developer who wants to solve data related problem solutions


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JavaScript Programming Certification Training (2021 Edition)
Duration: 33h 6m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 12 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Become a Full Stack Web Developer with comprehensive training on JavaScript. Get free JavaScript Interviews Q&A booklet.

What you'll learn
Complete knowledge of JavaScript programming
Prepare for Web Developer interviews with free JavaScript Interview Q&A booklet
Learn how to write code in JavaScript with free JavaScript reasoning problems & solutions booklet
Overview of JavaScript, Advantages of JS, Difference between Java and JavaScript
Outputting Text, Display Properties, History and Location Objects
Statements, Keywords, Variables, Data Types, Comments
Variable Hosting, Casting, Operators, Built-in Constants, Objects
Strings and Numbers
Dates and Dialog Boxes
Comparison Operators, Built-in Functions, Looping
Arrays and Types of Arrays, Array manipulation
Event Handlers
Incorporating JavaScript into HTML Pages
Shallow Cloning, Iterate to get Keys, Object Properties
Attributes, Hiding Scripts, Command Blocks, HTML Layout
Mathematical & Bitwise Operators, Constructors, Declarations
Function and Function Scoping
Recursive Function, Functional JavaScript, Prototypes and Objects, Classes in JS
Getters and Setters, Namespacing, Context this, Events, Inheritance
Method Chaining, Callbacks, Intervals & Timeouts, Regular Expressions
Cookies, Web Storage, Data Attributes, JSON, Timestamps
AJAX, Enumerations, Map, Unary Operators
Generators, Iteration, Promises, Error Handling with Promises
Sets, Modals, Prompts, execCommand, contenteditable, History, Navigator Object, BOM
Event Loop, Strict Mode, Custom Elements, Data Manipulation, Template Literals
Fetch, Scope, Modules
Screen, Variable Coercion, Destructuring Assignment, Web Sockets, Arrow Function
Creational Design Patterns, Detecting Browser & Symbols, Transpiling, ASI
Localization, IndexedDB, Proxy, Weak Set, Weak Map
Escape Sequences, Server-sent Events, Async Functions, Iterators
Tail Call Optimization, File API, Blobs, FileReaders, Web Cryptography API
Security Issues, Error Handling, Debugging, Memory Efficiency, Reserved Keywords

Requirements
Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world!


Description
JavaScript is one of the three core programming languages web developers should know, it programs the behavior of web pages giving your users a rich and responsive experience. JavaScript is at the core of the full stack web development and helps you progress your career as a Full Stack MEAN/MERN web development tracks. JavaScript is a scripting language that enables you to create dynamically updating content, control multimedia, animate images, and pretty much everything else.

In summary, JavaScript is a programming language that drives the web: from front-end user interface design, to backend server-side programming, you'll find JavaScript at every stage of a web site and web application. It allows you to implement complex features on web pages - every time a web page does more than just sit there and display static information for you to look at - displaying timely content updates, interactive maps, animated 2D/3D graphics, scrolling video jukeboxes, etc. - you can be sure that JavaScript is probably involved. It is the third layer of the layer cake of standard web technologies, the other two being HTML and CSS.

In simplest terms, JavaScript is the Programming Language for the Web. JavaScript can update and change both HTML and CSS. It can calculate, manipulate and validate data. JavaScript can be used to create special effects such as rollover images and pop-up windows and is also useful for analysis tasks like browser checking or form validation.

Uplatz provides this comprehensive JavaScript course with end-to-end demonstration of concepts starting from the most fundamental to the most advanced features of JavaScript. This course also includes the a full session (with free downloadable booklet) on the most important JavaScript interview questions and answers. Additionally, this JavaScript training provides you a comprehensive session on logical reasoning problems & solutions in JavaScript, again with a freely downloadable booklet of the session.

This JavaScript training will empower you with the skills to design client-side, platform-independent solutions that greatly increase the value of your Web site by providing interactivity and interest. You will learn how to use JavaScript to communicate with users, modify the Document Object Model (DOM), control program flow, validate forms, animate images, create cookies, change HTML on the fly, and communicate with databases.

The first phase of this JavaScript course focuses on essential JavaScript principles and techniques, including common programming practices, working with variables and data, and using functions, methods and events. This JavaScript course by Uplatz will familiarize you with programming basics such as writing program instructions that work with variables, numbers and text, adding comments to your code, gathering input from a user and giving a response, creating simple dialog boxes that prompt the users, etc.

The next part of the JavaScript course then focuses on intermediate JavaScript programming techniques that will build upon your knowledge and present solutions for more functional and exciting Web pages. These include using control structures for program flow, manipulating the JavaScript DOM, using language objects, creating expressions, and creating and using custom objects.

Finally you will learn how to apply JavaScript programming techniques to develop interactive forms, change HTML dynamically, create and use cookies, and explore security issues related to JavaScript. You will also take a deep-dive into how to build extensions to the JavaScript language, including JavaScript code libraries, Web APIs and advanced interactive Web applications with AJAX. You will also learn throughout the course the tools and techniques for debugging and troubleshooting your JavaScript code. The JavaScript training will familiarize you to Frames, Cookies in JavaScript, working with Objects and Methods, and embedding JavaScript within HTML.

By the end of this JavaScript course, you will be able to understand the core concepts and programming constructs on JavaScript and be able to use JavaScript to build complex web applications.


Who this course is for:
Web Developers & Designers
Software Developers
Application Programmers
Full Stack Developers and Front End Developers
Newbies and Beginners aspiring for a career in Web Development
Anyone who wants to create Websites
Website Owners
Anyone who wishers to proceed on MEAN & MERN web developer career tracks
Advanced JavaScript Programmers
HTML5 Developers
UI/UX Designers

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https://www.udemy.com/course/javascript-complete-training/

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TTC - Introduction to Psychology
Duration: 17h 30m | Video: .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100Hz, 2ch | Size: 14.7 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Psychology in the 21st century is not the field of yesteryear that you may have learned about in high school. There is a greater emphasis on wellness, how we shape our own experiences, and how the principles of psychology can help you understand and improve your everyday life.

Human beings are endlessly fascinating. Our social organization, our perceptions of the world, our emotional range, and our inner thoughts all define what it means to be human. The field of psychology has always been the scientific study of mental processes and behavior, helping us to understand ourselves and the world around us. How do we think, feel, and remember? Why do we act the way we do? And, most important, is there any way we can train our minds to improve our lives?

What's new in the field of psychology is that many answers to these questions are beginning to be well understood. From the days of Freud, Piaget, and Skinner to the modern science of fMRIs, Introduction to Psychology is a grand introduction to one of the most captivating fields of inquiry-where the subject is you, and everyone around you. Taught by Professor Catherine A. Sanderson of Amherst College, these 36 insightful lessons not only give you a panoramic grounding in the history, methods, and fundamental findings of psychology, but they also introduce you to the most up-to-date 21st-century research and discoveries-including strategies to increase your happiness and to improve how to live your life.

For example, consider the way meditation may help you increase your focus. Or reflect on the way stress, diet, and sleep alter the chemical processes in your mind, affecting your judgment, mood, and overall sense of well-being. The brain is not a computer to be programmed, but it does remain malleable throughout life. And thanks to the discovery of this surprising "neuroplasticity," 21st-century psychology can give us much greater insight into how to optimize our brains, focus our mindset, and generally allow us to be our best selves.

As you will discover, psychology today sits at the intersection of genetics, behaviorism, neuroscience, education, aging, ethics, public policy, and a variety of other fields. When you complete Introduction to Psychology, you will come away with a new way of looking at the human experience. You will have gained insights to help you better understand yourself. And your new wealth of strategies will help you to think more clearly, be more courageous, strengthen relationships, and experience greater psychological and physical well-being.

Introduction to Psychology focuses on the exciting possibilities of what it means to be human. Take a look at how perception can be deceptive, investigate the many factors that cause stress (and how to manage them), or discover how you can optimize your performance in work and other facets of life.

Take a Fascinating Tour from the Brain to Behavior

The lump of gray matter that makes up the brain within our skulls is responsible for how we perceive the totality of our experiences of what we encounter in the world. As you will discover, the brain is a wonderful mix of components that usually work in harmony with each other. Through several key lessons in this course, you will:

Find out what the different parts of the brain do, from the limbic system to the parietal lobes-and why teenagers act the way they do;
Follow how the cerebral cortex, the amygdala, the hippocampus, and neurochemical transmitters all operate;
Learn how the brain processes sensory inputs, creates memories, and helps us adapt;
Explore the different kinds of brain waves that help us get into the flow for sports performance or settle into a good night's sleep; and
Survey your cognitive development across life, and why our brains decline into dementia in old age.
More than a century ago, the famous case of Phineas Gage-a railroad worker who ended up with an iron rod through his head-alerted researchers that parts of the brain were responsible for different functions.

In the 20th century, one of the big debates in psychology was over nature versus nurture-and how the role of the environment versus your genes affected who you are. As 21st-century psychologists have concluded, however, both play an important role. Neuroscience is one fascinating aspect of psychology, but the environment around us, the attitudes we cultivate, and the actions we take all come together to shape our lives. The fantastic news, as you will see, is that once we understand how psychology works, we can influence the world at large.

Explore the Realm of Senses and Perception

How do you mentally and emotionally process the world around you? And how do these perceptions affect the way you live? Professor Sanderson treats you to numerous lessons and stories about how we perceive-or in some cases, misperceive-the world.

Consider how you gather information from the five senses. However, our information gathering is not always reliable. You will dive into some delightful psychological trickery, such as visual illusions that challenge how you understand the world you see with your eyes and how you hear the world with your ears. (Just wait, until later, when you get to the anecdote about a gorilla!)

In the realm of the senses, pain is an important component of perception, so you will investigate questions such as:

Why do we experience pain?
How does the nervous system work?
What role does the mind have in the treatment of pain?
The answers may surprise you-and they will certainly demonstrate what a powerful tool the mind is.

Learn to Improve Your Mindset and Well-Being

Early in the course, you will discover that research in psychology has a number of goals: description, explanation, prediction, and the possibility of change. One way the field itself has changed in recent decades is that researchers have developed a more robust understanding of "description," which means how the mind works. When you understand how your mind works, you then have the ability to apply psychological principles to bring about personal change in behavior.

Whether you are brand-new to psychology or have explored the field in some detail, one of the most valuable things about this course is the wealth of practical insights and strategies that it offers you for how to strengthen your well-being. One organizing idea is the concept of "mindset," which is a way of thinking and approaching the world in such a way as to bring about positive change in a variety of domains, such as:

Business performance;
Professional development;
Sports and athleticism;
Better sleep;
Increased resilience;
Stronger relationships; and more.
Are you interested in becoming a better problem-solver? Want to be more creative? Are you trying to provide the most enriching environment for your children-or yourself? What about adversity, or the moral courage to do the right thing? Topics from psychology have inspired many a self-help book, but encountering the science and data for yourself truly empowers you to live your best life.

Demystify Our Social World

Introduction to Psychology covers a wide range of concepts. Professor Sanderson begins with an exploraton of the basics of psychology and then expands to the many aspects of the human mind, which touch on all facets of our daily lives-including social relationships and societal structures. From aggression to altruism, psychology looks at, and influences, how we connect with those around us, and ultimately how our social world functions.

What happens when things go wrong? Several lessons analyze how psychology illuminates such challenging topics as errors of thinking, ethical quandaries, and myriad disorders of the mind. Among other topics, you will unpack the nature of addiction, the epidemic of mood and anxiety disorders, and the way therapy works in the 21st century.

Professor Sanderson has been teaching introductory psychology for 20 years. She says this survey of introductory psychology is her favorite class to teach because of its impact on our lives. Our minds are the product of many influences, but once we have a comprehensive view, we are then in a much better position to think about ways to optimize our health and well-being. The material you study in Introduction to Psychology may change your life-and stick with you for a lifetime.

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https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/introduction-to-psychology

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Desafío Súper Profesionales 3.0 Exponencial
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz
Language: Spanish | Size: 16.8 GB | Duration: 12h 56m



What you'll learn
Gestión de recursos humanos
Derechos humanos
Desarrollo humano y profesional
Requirements
Personas con ganas de aprender

Description
La inteligencia humana va más allá de los aspectos cognitivos e intelectuales.

Existen muchos estudios que demuestran que las carencias en las habilidades de Inteligencia Emocional afectan a los seres humanos dentro y fuera del contexto social.

Las personas emocionalmente inteligentes no sólo son más hábiles para percibir, comprender y manejar sus propias emociones, sino también son más capaces de extrapolar sus habilidades de percepción, comprensión y manejo a las emociones de los demás.

Saber detectar, comprender y convivir con todas las emociones, miedo, tristeza, alegría, decepción.forma parte de la vida y como tal deberíamos de enseñar su manejo, donde las emociones no les impidan desarrollar la vida que les gustaría.

Un adecuado crecimiento personal ayuda a una estabilidad emocional que favorezca el desarrollo del resto de capacidades. Por eso es muy importante trabajar los siguientes aspectos:

La felicidad y entusiasmo.

El tiempo dedicado al desarrollo de habilidades humanas y profesionales.

Todas las habilidades relacionadas con el bienestar personal y colectivo, incluyendo la capacidad de comunicarse constructivamente en diferentes entornos, de mostrar respeto, de expresar y comprender puntos de vista diferentes, de negociar sabiendo inspirar confianza y de sentir empatía, son vitales para un buen crecimiento personal, ayudándoles a construir un proyecto de vida, sano y equilibrado.

El desarrollo de estas habilidades fomentan valores como la colaboración, la autoestima, la integridad y la honestidad.

Consciencia del ser humano de pertenecer a una comunidad y la sociedad en general.

Capacidad de emprendimiento e iniciativa.

Participación en actividades con el entorno.


Who this course is for:
Equipos de trabajo


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Aprendiendo a tocar la guitarra desde cero!
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Language: Spanish | Size: 11.3 GB | Duration: 8h 48m



What you'll learn
Los estudiantes van a aprender a tocar un instrumento, en este caso, la guitarra. Van a aprender las cuestiones esenciales y basicas que se necesitan tener en cuenta a la hora de tocar la guitarra
Requirements
Para este curso no se requieren conocimentos previos! El requisito mas importante es la constancia y la voluntad para practicar!

Description
Aprender un instrumento es sumamente difícil: Al principio sin importar lo mucho que practiques sentirás que no podras lograrlo, y eso es normal en casi todos los musicos, de hecho, yo lo he sentido.

Sin embargo cuando no pierdes la constancia en prácticar y en mejorar un poquito cada dia, esa sensación se ira desvaneciendo!

Como lo he dicho en muchas ocaciones: El camino de la musica, es de valientes! No solo por lo dificil que es, sino que sumale a aquellas personas con las que todos los musicos nos hemos cruzado, diciendonos "dedicate a otra cosa" "consiguete algo serio"

Ahora bien, una vez que cruzas la barrera de todas aquellas adversidades, sentiras que haces aquello que los artistas anhelamos: hacer musica

En este curso, mi objetivo es acompañarte en este aprendizaje, es por ello que ante las minimas inquietudes requerimos que por mensaje me consultes tus dudas, para asi poder ayudarte

Lo que se aprende en el curso es: Acordes (mayores, menores, acordes con séptima dominante), cambio de acorde (puesto que es una de las cosas que mas cuestan), rasgueos, canciones con los rasgueos aprendidos, cejilla y acordes con cejilla.

Este curso esta hecho especialmente para aquellos que recién se inician en este instrumento. Ahora si, te doy la bienvenida a este curso: "Aprendiendo guitarra, desde cero"


Who this course is for:
Personas que recién esten comenzando el camino de la musica, y que hallan elegido, dentro del ambito musical, aprender desde cero y sin conocimientos previos a tocar la guitarra


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2021 Data Science & Machine Learning with R from A-Z Course (Updated 1/2021)
Duration: 28h 39m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 12.4 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Become a professional Data Scientist with R and learn Machine Learning, Data Analysis + Visualization, Web Apps + more!

What you'll learn
Become a professional Data Scientist, Data Engineer, Data Analyst or Consultant
How to write complex R programs for practical industry scenarios
Learn data cleaning, processing, wrangling and manipulation
Learn Plotting in R (graphs, charts, plots, histograms etc)
How to create resume and land your first job as a Data Scientist
Step by step practical knowledge of R programming language
Learn Machine Learning and it's various practical applications
Building web apps and online, interactive dashboards with R Shiny
Learn Data and File Management in R
Use R to clean, analyze, and visualize data
Learn the Tidyverse
Learn Operators, Vectors, Lists and their application
Data visualization (ggplot2)
Data extraction and web scraping
Full-stack data science development
Building custom data solutions
Automating dynamic report generation
Data science for business

Requirements
Basic computer skills

Description
Welcome to the Learn Data Science and Machine Learning with R from A-Z Course!

In this practical, hands-on course you'll learn how to program in R and how to use R for effective data analysis, visualization and how to make use of that data in a practical manner. You will learn how to install and configure software necessary for a statistical programming environment and describe generic programming language concepts as they are implemented in a high-level statistical language.

Our main objective is to give you the education not just to understand the ins and outs of the R programming language, but also to learn exactly how to become a professional Data Scientist with R and land your first job.

The course covers practical issues in statistical computing which include programming in R, reading data into R, accessing R packages, writing R functions, debugging, profiling R code, and organizing and commenting on R code. Blending practical work with solid theoretical training, we take you from the basics of R Programming to mastery.

We understand that theory is important to build a solid foundation, we understand that theory alone isn't going to get the job done so that's why this course is packed with practical hands-on examples that you can follow step by step. Even if you already have some coding experience, or want to learn about the advanced features of the R programming language, this course is for you!

R coding experience is either required or recommended in job postings for data scientists, machine learning engineers, big data engineers, IT specialists, database developers and much more. Adding R coding language skills to your resume will help you in any one of these data specializations requiring mastery of statistical techniques.

Together we're going to give you the foundational education that you need to know not just on how to write code in R, analyze and visualize data but also how to get paid for your newly developed programming skills.

The course covers 6 main areas:

1: DS + ML COURSE + R INTRO

This intro section gives you a full introduction to the R programming language, data science industry and marketplace, job opportunities and salaries, and the various data science job roles.

Intro to Data Science + Machine Learning

Data Science Industry and Marketplace

Data Science Job Opportunities

R Introduction

Getting Started with R

2: DATA TYPES/STRUCTURES IN R

This section gives you a full introduction to the data types and structures in R with hands-on step by step training.

Vectors

Matrices

Lists

Data Frames

Operators

Loops

Functions

Databases + more!

3: DATA MANIPULATION IN R

This section gives you a full introduction to the Data Manipulation in R with hands-on step by step training.

Tidy Data

Pipe Operator

dplyr verbs: Filter, Select, Mutate, Arrange + more!

String Manipulation

Web Scraping

4: DATA VISUALIZATION IN R

This section gives you a full introduction to the Data Visualization in R with hands-on step by step training.

Aesthetics Mappings

Single Variable Plots

Two-Variable Plots

Facets, Layering, and Coordinate System

5: MACHINE LEARNING

This section gives you a full introduction to Machine Learning with hands-on step by step training.

Intro to Machine Learning

Data Preprocessing

Linear Regression

Logistic Regression

Support Vector Machines

K-Means Clustering

Ensemble Learning

Natural Language Processing

Neural Nets

6: STARTING A DATA SCIENCE CAREER

This section gives you a full introduction to starting a career as a Data Scientist with hands-on step by step training.

Creating a Resume

Personal Branding

Freelancing + Freelance websites

Importance of Having a Website

Networking

By the end of the course you'll be a professional Data Scientist with R and confidently apply for jobs and feel good knowing that you have the skills and knowledge to back it up.


Who this course is for:
Students who want to learn about Data Science and Machine Learning

Homepage
Kod:
https://www.udemy.com/course/data-science-and-machine-learning-with-r-from-a-z/

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SwiftUI - The Complete Cookbook of Code - and SwiftUI Bible
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 12.1 GB | Duration: 25h 11m

A compendium of SwiftUI code for any scenario from the blockbuster best seller "SwiftUI for Masterminds" by J.D. Gauchat


What you'll learn
Students will be learn how to work with the SwiftUI Framework and get all the code they need to build insanely cool apps


Description
Welcome to "SwiftUI - The Complete Cookbook of Code - And SwiftUI Bible"

This is a SwiftUI reference guide and cookbook of code for everything SwiftUI (note - this is not a project based course)

My name is Steve DeStefano, an iOS / macOS developer, and working together with the brilliant programmer J.D. Gauchat, I have turned his best selling book "SwiftUI for Masterminds" into this complete developer course.

If you're not familiar with SwiftUI, it's a new way to program that uses a declarative approach, which lets us build incredibly cool apps, using about 5 times less code than previous programming paradigms. Gone here are the familiar story boards, as well as auto layout, which was at times very frustrating to work with. this has all been replaced with intuitive new design tools within Xcode that make building interfaces with SwiftUI as easy as dragging and dropping.

SwiftUI includes all of Apple's platforms. so build the app once, and deploy it on the other platforms very easily.

What is Declarative Programming?

Declarative Programming is a non-imperative style of programming in which we describe, or declare, the desired results without explicitly coding out the commands or steps that must be performed.

imperative programming is a style of programming that uses statements, in explicit steps to change a program's state.meaning, we would have to code the various components or views ourselves to make them show and hide...this is what we do with UIKit and storyboards

The key contrast between the two styles can be summed up with two words - WHAT and HOW -

Declarative programming focuses on what the program should accomplish, and imperative programming focuses on how the program should achieve the result.

And this course is different than other courses, in that we don't just scratch the surface, or build a few simple apps. in here, I give you the SwiftUI framework, explained.

All the instruction, all the examples, and all the tools that you need to build your own insanely cool apps, without any wasted time or chatter putting together tip calculators or dining out apps, that you may not be interested in.

Here we take a smarter approach, first, you'll learn how to use the SwiftUI framework, and it's tools, and technology.

Then build the apps that you want to, with this new knowledge.

You get the step by step instruction for each technology in the SwiftUI framework, and see how to use the different views, initializers, methods, and modifiers that are available for each of those technologies.

Also included in the course is the corresponding code file for every lecture, so you can download it and use in your apps right away, all built with the latest release, and tested to run perfectly. This is a huge library of code, hundreds of examples highlighting the SwiftUI Framework, neatly categorized for easy look up and reference so you have everything you need to create your own stunning apps to submit to the App Store.

No more fumbling through the convoluted Apple docs for hours trying to find the code you need, or wasting time looking on Stack Overflow, your getting all the instruction and code you need.you just need the idea for the app, and you're ready to go.

If you're new to Swift, no problem, there is a language section in the beginning of the course that will walk you through the Swift Language and get you up to speed, fast.

If you're an experienced programmer, this course is perfect, because it is a huge data base of instruction and downloadable code thats perfect to add to your own SwiftUI library.its similar to a cookbook of code but with very detailed instruction.

You will learn all about:

App Development • Swift 5 Language (complete language) • Protocols • Frameworks • User Interface • View Protocol • Opaque Types • Text • Modifiers • Color View • Image View • Event Modifiers • Custom Modifiers • Layout • Safe Area • Priorities • Alignment Guides • Groups • Custom Views • Previews • Preview Modifiers • Environment • Property Wrappers • @state • @Binding • @Environment • Model • Observable • @EnvironmentObject • View Model • Combine Framework • Publishers • Subscribers • Transforming values • Operators • Subjects • Controls Button View • TextField View • SecureField View • Toggle View • Slider View • Stepper View • Navigation View • NavigationLink View • TabView View • Sheets • Popovers • Alert Views • Action Sheets • Split Views • Custom Navigation • Size Classes • Orientation • GeometryReader View• Preferences • Mac Catalyst • Conditional Code • Menu • Multiple Windows Support • Lists • ForEach View • ScrollView • List View • Sections Edition Mode • Custom Buttons • Search • Picker View • DatePicker View • Forms • Shapes • Gradients • Images • Paths • Custom Shapes Transformations • Animations • Hit Testing • Transitions • Gesture • Notification Center • System Notifications • User Notifications • Provisional Notifications • User Defaults • File Manager • URLS and Paths • Files and Directories • Bundle • Archiving • Encoding and Decoding • JSON • Core Data • Core Data Model • Core Data Stack • Sort Descriptors • iCloud • Testing Devices • Key Value Storage • UIKit Integration • Web • Safari View Controller • MapKit • Camera • Photo Library • Custom Camera • AviKit FrameWork • Custom Video Player • Collection View • Apple Developer Program • Publishing to the App Store • Certificates, Provisioning Profiles, Identifiers • App Store Connect • Swift Language .• And much more.

So come code along with me working with an incredibly cool and insane set of design tools, and learn everything you need to know about the SwiftUI Framework, and how to implement and leverage all of its great new technologies.

iOS 14 projects coming soon!


Who this course is for:
Beginner iOS / macOS / watchOS / tvOS developers through intermediate and advanced


Homepage
Kod:
https://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/course/swiftui-the-complete-developer-course/

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Sculpting Props for 3D Printing Using zBrush 2020 & Blender
Duration: 11h 17m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 9.61 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn the tools and concepts to create models for 3D Printing using Blender & zBrush 2020

What you'll learn
zBrush Sculpting
Blender Modeling
Design for 3D Printing

Requirements
Mac or PC capable of running zBrush and Blender
A passion and willingness to learn how to design for 3D Printing
Basic Blender and zBrush knowledge is helpful but not required if you're willing to work hard


Description
Learning to design models for 3D Printing can be very and time-consuming when doing it by yourself. I want to make the learning process easy for you, going through all the tools and concepts of creating a model suitable for 3D Printing in very detailed videos.

In this course, we will create rigs from A to Z, starting with a concept art image and some references and finishing with prepared models that can be sliced and 3D printed.

We will do a series of models, for a modular dungeon that can be 3D Printer in Resin and Filament (FDM, SLA, DLP Printers)

You'll learn tips and shortcuts that will accelerate your workflow and make you understand the fundamentals of 3D modeling and sculpting

I will be available for you through the whole course, feel free to send me a message if you encounter any issue. I will help you solve it and understand why it presented itself.

So please, take this course now.


Who this course is for:
Anyone who is passionate about 3D Printing and wants to learn 3D Modeling
Beginner artists looking to enhance knowledge and skills.
Students that have already some 3D knowledge and want to expand their knowledge.

Homepage
Kod:
https://www.udemy.com/course/sculpting-props-for-3d-printing-using-zbrush-2020-blender/

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