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  1. Up & Running with Raspberry Pi English | 0h 28m | AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | AAC 44.1KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning The Raspberry Pi is a small, cheap, single-board computer that opens a new door to computer exploration. Simple to use and program, it can be embedded in innovative projects and has been used to build Internet-connected dog treat dispensers, low-res Descriptionters, cell phone-operated coffeemakers, and a solar-powered computer. This course shows how to obtain, configure, and do simple tasks with a Raspberry Pi. Mark Niemann-Ross shows you how to play sounds, boot up a GUI, program simple tasks, install software, and begin to explore hardware control with GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output). Topics include: Buying a Raspberry Pi Connecting hardware Installing the Raspbian OS Working with frequently used Linux commands Setting up VNC to control the Raspberry Pi remotely Playing a sound Building a simple webcam website Controlling a device with GPIO in Python [Hidden Content]
  2. TrainSignal Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery| Size : 421.33MB Description TrainSignal Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery This comprehensive Exchange Server 2010 Backup and Recovery course will teach you the skills needed to protect your data using resiliency, redundancy, and recovery. You'll work hands-on to analyze exchange environments, determine disaster recovery concepts, and customize your environment using command line tools. This is an advanced course, so you should have some previous knowledge or experience with Exchange administration. Lesson 0: Getting Started with Exchange 2010 Backup and Recovery Lesson 1: The Course Scenario Lesson 2: Lab Setup Lesson 3: An Overview of Disaster Recovery Lesson 4: Storage Architecture and Backup/Recovery Basics Lesson 5: Windows Server Backup Lesson 6: Item and Mailbox Recovery with Windows Server Backup Lesson 7: Dial Tone Recovery with Windows Server Backup Lesson 8: Data Protection Manager Setup Lesson 9: Working with Data Protection Manager Lesson 10: Third Party Solutions: CommVault' Simpana' Lesson 11: Third Party Solutions: Asigra Cloud Backup ' Lesson 12: Third Party Solutions: Actifio ' Lesson 13: Replacing Backup/Recovery with High Availability Lesson 14: Exchange Recovery Best Practices Lesson 15: Next Steps [Hidden Content]
  3. Udemy - Learning Ubuntu Linux Server | 1.01 GB English | .Mp4 | Audio: mp3 44100 Hz stereo 128 kb/s | Video: h264 yuv420p 770x752 30.00 fps® (und) | 1.01 GB Genre: E-learning A quick and concise way to get your first Ubuntu Linux server running. This course is designed for the IT professional or computer hobbyist who wants to quickly get their first Linux server up and running. It is four hours of console screen capture with highlights voiceover explanation and on-screen description of commands and concepts. The course assumes some knowledge of computer hardware and operating systems such as files directories and disk partitions. If youve been curious about Linux but have been frustrated by the read the docs and learn mentality this course will walk you through installation configuring a web and file server setting up redundant disks and a number of other administrative tasks. The end product will be an Ubuntu Linux installation suitable for home or small office server. More Info _https://www.udemy.com/learning-ubuntu-linux-server/ [Hidden Content]
  4. The Gonomon Workshop - Matte Painting Techniques for Concept Design With Francesco Corvino 308 minutes | MP4 | Audio: aac 44100 Hz mono | Video: h264 yuv420p 1280x720 24.00 fps | 2.55 GB In this lecture Francesco Corvino shares his process for designing environments and his photo-real approach to Concept Design for the film industry. Starting from a rough sketch Francesco models a 3D scene in Maya extracting UVs and creating textures in Photoshop. He shares how to light and render in Vray demonstrating how to give life and realism to the 3D set. Importing the rendered designin Photoshop Francesco then shows how to properly integrate all the 3D and 2D elements into a coherent and stunning image. He creates a photo-real landscape using photo manipulation and painting techniques demonstrating how to push the 3D render by adding textures and other photographic elements suchas people and props. For artists interested in developing their environment skills for concept design or matte painting Francescos demonstration is full of inspiring tips and techniques informed by his years of professional experience. [Hidden Content]
  5. The Gnomon Workshop - Maya Dynamics: Underwater Environments | 2.24 GB English | 270 mins | DVD-ISO | SVQ3 1024x768 15 fps | MP3 128 Kbps 44.1 KHz Genre: eLearning In this DVD, John presents the process of creating an underwater effects shot, thoroughly explaining each step of the process from inception to completion. Starting with an ocean bottom and a camera move, John shows how to create underwater atmospheric conditions such as floating particulate matter, photo-real bubbles, water fog and caustic light rippling down through a wavy sea surface. John then uses Maya's Dynamics system to build additional elements into the shot, demonstrating their use within the shot environment. He shows how to use springs and goals to create an anchor and dynamic rope dropping to the sea floor, as well as how to use particle instancing with goals to create dynamic schools of fish. John then walks you through the final steps to create flowing sea grass and billowing sand when the sea bottom is disturbed. By the end of this DVD you will not only have a completed shot ready for fine-tuning and compositing, you will also have the ability to create your own fantastic underwater shots. The Gnomon Workshop - Maya Dynamics: Underwater Environments Topics Covered: * Water Fog * Ocean Fluids * Fog Lighting * Sprite Particles * Emitters * Soft Bodies * Goals * Springs * Turbulence Fields * Expressions * Point Particles * Collisions * Control Curves * Instances * Paint Effects Chapters 1. Introduction 2. Fake Caustics 3. Water Fog 4. Water Surface 5. Bottom Geometry 6. Grass and Particulates 7. Anchor and Rope 8. Bubbles 9. Sand and Fish [Hidden Content]
  6. Creating Terrains with Satellite Data, Volume 1 : Maya Based Workflow with Alex Alvarez | 6.74 GB In this first DVD of a two-part series, Alex Alvarez shares his techniques for developing terrains using satellite data. In Volume One, the skills necessary to create terrains with a high-altitude camera are explored. We start by location scouting with Google Earth, settling on a region of the Grand Canyon to develop. The National Map, a free service from the USGS, is then used to download the corresponding elevation data (DEM) and satellite photos. As the data is delivered in tiles, we then use GlobalMapper to stitch, and re- tile, the data into a format that can be used in Maya. After removing shadows in Photoshop, Alex thoroughly explains how to setup displacements in Maya and Mental Ray, rendering with the Physical Sun/Sky system. He also delves into how to utilize multiple UV regions with multiple tiled textures on a single plane, allowing for the creation of vast terrains, often needed for fly-through animations. Creating the various textures, such as bump, reflection and gloss using the mia_material are demonstrated, as well as the use of the layered texture node. Filter Forge, a powerful Photoshop Plug-in, is also used to develop tileable procedural bump maps to improve the high-frequency detail of the terrain. Anyone interested in creating natural environments in a Maya based workflow will benefit from this thorough lecture and demonstration, whether it is to recreate real-world locations, or use them as a starting point for imagined environments. Chapters Introduction Google Earth National Map Global Mapper Photoshop PhysicalSunSky Setup Displacement Setup Visualizing Displacement Tuning Displacement Texture Res Bump Map ColorMap Overview Removing Shadows Visibility Distance Reflection Bump and ColorCorrection Key to Fill Ratio PhotographicSky Background Working with UV tiles 32k map to 8k tiles MultiResolution tiles Procedural Rock bump map Layered textures Gloss map finalEdit Conclusion [Hidden Content]
  7. Skillshare - Introduction to 3D Modeling with Cinema 4D | 632MB Beginner | Product Design Adobe Illustrator Interior Design Cinema 4D 3D Rendering The goal of this class is to introduce students to the fundamentals of 3D modeling texturing lighting rendering and product design. We will begin by building various pieces of furniture using the different modeling techniques available in Cinema 4D however all professional level 3D applications offer some variation of these tools as well. In the end each student will arrange all of their individual models to compose one scene to texture light and render. This class is intended for anyone who has ever wanted to add 3D design to their repertoir has an interest in product design or architectural rendering. skillshare.com/classes/design/Introduction-to-3D-Modeling-with-Cinema-4D/1321817642/ [Hidden Content]
  8. Skillshare - Illustrate Color & Light III Direct & Reflected Light | 388 MB Welcome to Direct & Reflected Light the third class in this three-part series Understanding Color & Light. This third class covers the concepts and physics of direct and reflected light as they impact illustration and objects you want to capture in your work. The skills in this class will allow you to render light from your imagination and capture realism. Once youve explored understood practiced and applied these skills you will have a huge advantage over those who depend exclusively on photo references. Whether youre looking to expand your existing work in digital illustration or youve never considered Photoshop for illustration and are just feeling inspired this series is perfect for taking your work to that next level. Throughout this three-part series well cover everything you need to know to add value color and light to your scenes & cartoon character designs using Photoshop. By the end youll feel not only comfortable with Photoshops techniques and tools but also excited by their many possibilities. We will start with a simple monochrome scene using just one simple light source. As we move forward well add different light sources colors and materials. Our final scene will include various materials that each reflect light color & depth differently. [Hidden Content]
  9. Simply Lightwave Complete Zbrush to Lightwave 11.5 Workflow | 2.34 GB Length: 8 Hours 41 Minutes | Instructor: Josiah Nathan | Format: MPEG-4 This tutorial covers a complete Lightwave Zbrush workflow. We start by building the base mesh in zbrush we then follow through into lightwave and finally into photoshop for the final compositing. This is a very comprehensive tutorial aimed at anyone that want s to learn how to create fantastic looking characters using Lightwave and Zbrush. The lighting and rendering stages are also covered. Lightwave 11.5 and Zbrush 4r6 were used in this tutorial along with Photoshop for the final compositing. Covers Create a base mesh Sculpting structure Sculpting character Eyes Sculpting and attaching ears Retopology and Zremesh UV Mapping Reprojection and fine detail Polypaint and Spotlight Texture Painting Zbrush to Lightwave Applying maps and materials Lighting the character Rendering Compositing buffer and finishing [Hidden Content]
  10. RESTful Web APIs with Spring LiveLessons English | AVC 1280x720 25 fps | AAC 96 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 2.06 GB Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate RESTful Web APIs with Spring LiveLessons demonstrates how to write REST services, and manage, secure and consume them using Spring Boot. RESTful Web APIs with Spring LiveLessons REST has enabled people to build mobile applications that capture our imagination, entertain us, and help us. REST has ushered in a generation of incredibly sophisticated, HTML5-powered browser applications. REST has also made it easier for organizations to adopt a service-oriented architecture with less friction. REST's flexibility, however, can also be its greatest weakness: as often as not there is no clear guidance on where to go and how to get there. What does it mean to deploy a REST service? How do you handle errors in a REST service? What's the easiest way to write a REST service? Spring Developer Advocate Josh Long discusses and demonstrates strategies for securing REST API access along with handling errors and versioning. These LiveLessons also cover how hypermedia and HATEOAS help you to deliver developer and consume friendly web services. [Hidden Content]
  11. Pluralsight - Web Security and the OWASP Top 10: The Big Picture English | 4/28/2014 | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 1024x768, 15.00 fps® | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 202 MB Genre: E-learning The OWASP Top 10 Web Application Security Risks is the first stop for web developers who are serious about securing their online creations. This course outlines what has changed in web security since the previous 2010 edition, and where developers should now focus their security efforts. The Top 10 Web application security risks produced by OWASP is an evolving resource that helps organizations focus on the most prominent risks in web security today. Every few years we see a revision; the types of attacks we're witnessing change, the defenses change, and the risk and associated priority changes. OWASP adapts to this changing environment and recently made available the 2013 edition of the Top 10. This course is designed to help those who already have an awareness of the Top 10 understand what's new in the latest edition and how the landscape has changed in three short years. It also introduces the concept of "Risk Assessments" and provides further resources to help go beyond just the Top 10 risks. [Hidden Content]
  12. Pluralsight - Lessons from Real World .NET Code Reviews English | 4/29/2014 | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 1024x768, 15.00 fps® | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 322 MB Genre: E-learning Code reviews can be a beneficial task for any development team. In this course, I'll show you common lessons that I've seen when I've been asked to do code reviews for my clients. [Hidden Content]
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