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training-kit - Open source on demand courses and cheat sheets for Git and GitHub


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ReactNativeKatas - This is a project that lets you participate in a fully-immersive, hands-on, and fun learning experience for React Native


This is a project that lets you participate in a fully-immersive, hands-on, and fun learning experience for React Native. We will focus solely about design and styling for React Native, making this a perfect learning aid for both programmers and designers that previously handled Sass or CSS.

devtraining-needit-istanbul - This repository is used by the developer site training content, istanbul release


This repository contains generated files and a checksum. Do not edit the files in this repository outside of an instance of ServiceNow.

container


This repository (formerly known as orchestration-workshop) contains materials (slides, scripts, demo app, and other code samples) used for various workshops, tutorials, and training sessions around the themes of Docker, containers, and orchestration. If you're looking for the materials, you can stop reading right now, and hop to http://container.training/, which hosts all the slides decks available.




kotlin-workshop - JetBrains Kotlin Workshop Material


A Kotlin workshop intended to be taught in two days.Both the Instructor Project and the slides have Introduction and Advanced modules included. While the Introduction has a lot of pre-built examples, it also serves as a canvas to show more code while teaching. However, please make sure that if you're a contributing author to this project, that you do not check-in any ad-hoc code. It's also recommended to use Scratch files in IntelliJ IDEA for this purpose.

Private Cloud Solution Design


This project is named “Training Cloud”. It provides an appropriate solution which can be used for technical audiences self learning with a hands-on-lab experience using Microsoft technology hosted in a virtualized environment built on System Center 2012. Since it depends on ha...

WorkOutTimer


WorkOutTimer This little tool provides an easy to use timer for your workouts, trainings, and more... It has two time period, one for working, and one to be cool! By default work time is set to 2 minutes, cool time is set to 1minute (Kick boxing settings), but you can...


hpc-in-a-day - a temporary fork of softwarecarpentry/hpc-novice


Novice introduction to high performance computing. This material was conceived as a sandbox project for swcarpentry/hpc-novice. Parts of it will be contributed to swcarpentry/hpc-novice in due course. The material as such targets future users of a HPC infrastructure of any discipline. The learners are expected to have an introductory level of programming skills and should know their way around the UNIX command line on a beginners level as well.

carto-workshop - CARTO training materials


This repository contains a complete training on CARTO technologies. The contents are separated into modules and are meant to be made sequentially going from the most basic usage for GIS and analysts up to the advanced development section for attendants with more knowledge about web mapping development and so on. Modules can be easily combined to finally make a 1 week full training but they can be also split to make a longer training with half day duration.

wdio-workshop - WebdriverIO Workshop


Manually testing your website after every change is a 💥 pain 💥, but setting up a test automation tool can be even worse.

training - A training for future Plone developers


Training is a collection of different trainings, developed and created by the Plone Community. For a HTML version, please browse to our Training Website.

googlecloudfunctions-training - Google Cloud Functions Training


Refer to the Google Cloud Functions Tutorial Series, which is a companion set of blog posts for all the examples covered here. This project contains multiple projects that will be used during the training. Each of the projects is a Google Cloud Function that will be demonstrated during the course.

security-training - Public version of PagerDuty's employee security training courses.


This is a public version of the Security Training material used internally at PagerDuty for our annual employee security training. You can view the content directly in this repository, or rendered as a website at https://sudo.pagerduty.com.

angular - Repository for my tutorial course: Learning AngularJS on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


Google designed the AngularJS framework to help developers build web applications with advanced features like declarative templates, data binding, deep linking, and dependency injection. While Angular 2 is now available, many existing applications are built on the first, more mature iteration of the framework. Learning AngularJS is still important for anyone who wants to work in front-end web development. In this short, practical course, Ray Villalobos uses AngularJS to build a searchable directory—a project you can use as the basis for your own employee or user directory. He explains the MVC architecture underlying AngularJS, and the differences you can expect to encounter in Angular 2. Then he shows how to control the display of DOM elements and data; use services like $http and $routeProvider; modify content with filters; add two-way data binding; and work with routes and templates. Start watching, and learn the simple way to build your own complex web application with AngularJS.

angularMobile - Repository for my tutorial course: Repository for my tutorial course: Bootstrap 4 Essential Training on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


Creating hybrid mobile applications is a great way to leverage your knowledge of web languages like HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. Modern frameworks such as AngularJS and Ionic make it easier with pre-built templates and components. In this course, staff author Ray Villalobos shows how to install the Ionic framework and set up a development environment suitable for building web-based apps. He reviews the core Ionic components: prebuilt, easy-to-use features such as buttons, lists, tabs, and forms. Then Ray shows how to combine these components with Angular.js models, views, and controllers to build a single page app with sliders, pull-to-refresh functionality, and search. The training culminates in building a multi-page app, which you'll learn how to customize with CSS. This repository has branches for each of the videos in the course. You can use the branch pop up menu in github to switch to a specific branch and take a look at the course at that stage. Or you can simply add /tree/BRANCH_NAME to the URL to go to the branch you want to peek at.

angularregistration - This is the repository for my course, AngularJS 1: Adding Registration to Your Application on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


Registration is a fundamental part of any web application, but it can be notoriously difficult to implement. In this short course, we'll create a simple and straightforward registration system that allows users to log in and log out of an application. The techniques use AngularJS and Google Firebase, a mobile development platform that makes registration easy and secure. In the process, you'll explore the basics of AngularJS MVC architecture and the steps to storing custom user information in the Firebase NoSQL database. Learn how to create basic routes to load different content depending on the target URL, and create basic controllers to tie templates to code. At the end of the course, you'll have a great template that you can use as a starting point for a registration system in any of your own web applications. This repository has branches for each of the videos in the course. You can use the branch pop up menu in github to switch to a specific branch and take a look at the course at that stage. Or you can simply add /tree/BRANCH_NAME to the URL to go to the branch you want to peek at.

bootstrap - Repository for my tutorial course: Bootstrap 3 Essential Training on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


Bootstrap is a popular framework designed for building responsive, accessible, and mobile-ready websites. An open-source platform using HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, it features a 12-column grid, icons you can incorporate into your designs, and fully functional JavaScript components that are ready to use. This course provides everything you need to know to get started building websites with Bootstrap, and is built with our new practice environments in mind, which let you develop your code along with author Ray Villalobos. Ray will review Bootstrap's grid, CSS classes, and JavaScript components (dropdowns, modals, carousels, and more), and help you integrate them into your own sophisticated websites.

bootstrap4 - Repository for my tutorial course: Bootstrap 4 Essential Training on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


Bootstrap—a front-end framework using HTML, CSS3, and jQuery—is designed to help developers quickly and easily build responsive, mobile-ready websites that are cross-browser compatible. An open-source framework, Bootstrap features a 12-column grid and components that are ready to use. In this course, Ray Villalobos helps you get started with Bootstrap by providing an overview of all of the goodies in this popular framework. Ray covers the installation options, and walks through the basic styles that normalize how your content is displayed on different platforms and browsers. He also explains how to use the flexbox grid system to build nearly any kind of layout you can dream up, use different classes to easily get around your project, work with interactive components like dropdowns and carousels, and more. This repository has branches for each of the videos in the course. You can use the branch pop up menu in github to switch to a specific branch and take a look at the course at that stage. Or you can simply add /tree/BRANCH_NAME to the URL to go to the branch you want to peek at.

CodeClinicJS - Repository for my tutorial course: Code Clinic: JavaScript course on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda


This repository has branches for each of the videos in the course. You can use the branch pop up menu in github to switch to a specific branch and take a look at the course at that stage. Or you can simply add /tree/BRANCH_NAME to the URL to go to the branch you want to peek at. The branches are structured so that they correspond to the videos in the course. So, for example if I name a branch 02_03b then that branch corresponds to the second chapter and the third video in that chapter. The extra letter at the end of the name corresponds to the state of the branch. A b means that this is how the code looks at the beginning of the video, an e means that is how the code looked at the end of the video.