English | 3 Hours | Video: 720p
Once you understand the basics of Ruby, you can start creating custom classes and modules. These programming constructs make it easier to organize and maintain code and extend your applications with new features. In Ruby Essential Training 2, instructor Kevin Skoglund teaches the fundamentals of object-oriented programming with classes and modules. Learn how to define classes, the templates for creating object instances with their own unique behaviors and attributes. Discover how to use inheritance to share attributes and methods between a superclass and subclasses—and to extend or override them when necessary. Then find out how to use modules as namespaces, to prevent conflicts with other code, or as mixins, to share functionality between classes. The course includes step-by-step demonstrations, complete with examples and challenges that allow you to practice your new Ruby skills along the way.
English | 4hr 14m | Video: 720p
Learn the fundamentals of Ruby, the popular object-oriented open-source programming language. Ruby is a great place to start learning programming or web development. It can be used to write interactive programs or build scripts to speed up common tasks. This course provides the basics that new and experienced developers need to know to start coding with Ruby. Instructor Kevin Skoglund begins by walking through the core object types: numbers, strings, symbols, booleans, and more. He demonstrate Ruby's control structures, including conditionals, loops, and iterators. He explains scripting best practices and shows the power of using enumerables and code blocks. By the end of the course, you should be able to use Ruby to define your own custom methods with loops and conditional logic.
English | 1hr 11m | Video: 720p | 200 MB
Learn networking with Windows 10. This step-by-step course demonstrates how to connect a Windows 10 machine to an existing network and manage a variety of network settings. Instructor Joli Ballew shows you how to get connected to the internet, access network resources such as printers, and connect to Wi-Fi. Then find out how to keep your system secure by configuring a basic firewall with Windows Defender. Joli reviews the security implications of different settings, so you can make informed decisions that help protect your computer when using public networks. Lastly, she explains the native firewall rules and shows how to create your own custom inbound and outbound rules. Finally, learn how to troubleshoot your network connection with command-line tools like ipconfig and PathPing.
We save the source from the dirty light, we work through the background, we make faces clean and bright, we add a corporate shade.
Sensual Nude Photography with Joakim Karlsson. With flash and available light to extraordinary photos.
He sets in the lightning both on flashes as well as on existing light. It's exciting how versatile Joakim can use a flash and a softbox. Even Martin is surprised at one point or another.
Need some extra cash in your pocket? This course shows you how to make money from photos you take every day, on your vacations, holidays, anywhere!
SketchUp dynamic components are reusable design elements with special attributes: parametric functions, interactivity, animation, and more. Creating your own dynamic components allows you to build a library of custom designs and easily share them with others. This training course shows how to use SketchUp Pro to build dynamic components from scratch. Instructor Scott Onstott starts by reviewing the premade dynamic components found in the Components panel and 3D Warehouse. Then he explores the build process: adding attributes, creating formulas, nesting component parts, and assigning materials. He even shows how to add a dialog box to change attribute values from a user-friendly interface. The last half of the course contains a collection of mini-projects: from fences that automatically add pickets as you scale to cabinets with animated drawers. Each project can be recreated in the Windows or Mac versions of SketchUp Pro. Finally, Scott closes with some tips for scaling materials along with your dynamic components.
So you finally got that DSLR camera you've been wanting, and you've dreamt of taking amazing photographs that will wow your friends. After ripping open the packaging, off you went in to a beautiful world just waiting to be painted on to your canvas. You zoomed and snapped your way back home, and when you uploaded your photos....they looked like they were taken with your phone!
Called the “Prophet of Dystopia,” Margaret Atwood is one of the most influential literary voices of our generation. In her first-ever online class, the author of The Handmaid’s Tale teaches how she crafts compelling stories—from historical to speculative fiction—that remain timeless and relevant. Explore Margaret’s creative process for developing ideas into novels with strong structures and nuanced characters.
Interested in learning modern hand-lettering skills AND learning how to bring your lettering artwork onto the computer?
This class is divided into two parts:
- Hand-lettering basics: supplies, techniques, and two different lettering styles
- Scanning our project and learning simple editing in Photoshop
Sonic Academy How To Make Deep House 2018 with P-LASK TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 19 2018 | 3.69 GB
Following his popular Ableton courses with us, Sonic Academy proudly welcomes back LA based Paul Laski aka P-LASK for his first 'How To Make' course, and this week we're building a groove laden Deep House track from scratch.
Sonic Academy How To Use Chromaphone 2 with 2Scoops TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 19 2018 | 106 MB
This week Sonic Academy welcomes back LA-based producer Noah Koroman aka 2Scoops for a new 'How To Use' course - and this time he's checking out Applied Acoustic Systems Chromaphone 2.
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1 hours | Size: 602 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 4 hours | Size: 3.01 GB
You've just finished grading your project. You’ve uploaded it to the web and can’t wait for viewers to see it. But now you ask yourself the question: “Will the project look the same on viewers’ screens as it did on mine?” While there’s no way to control how your viewers watch your project, you can control your own grading environment. But how do you do that? And how much is this going to cost? This three-part video series will answer both of those questions, so that you can be confident in the quality of your color grading on every project.
SOLIDWORKS boasts movie-making functionality that engineers and product designers can use to tell a story about their designs. These animations can help you sell others on your design ideas, as well as clearly communicate how a product should be built and operated. In this course, Elise Moss steps through how to make a movie of your own in SOLIDWORKS. Elise covers how to create motion studies, work with cameras, create your script, control the appearance of your objects, and work with camera views and movement. To wrap up the course, she goes over rules and best practices that can help you determine the overall message of your movie, craft a great script, set up your model, and more.
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1.5 hours | Size: 711 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 34 mins | Size: 457 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 2 hours | Size: 332 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1 hours | Size: 1.27 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 1 hours | Size: 303 MB