WintellectNOW – Developing Smart Contracts on Ethereum with Solidity

WintellectNOW – Developing Smart Contracts on Ethereum with Solidity-CONSORTiUM
English | Size: 458.96 MB
Category: Tutorial


Blockchain is one of the world’s hottest technologies, but it is smart contracts that make Blockchain useful. Smart contracts enable programming logic to be applied to blockchains, and they are changing the way businesses do business. The language of choice for most developers writing smart contracts today is Solidity. Take a deep dive into Solidity and learn how to put Blockchain to work on Ethereum networks! [Read more…]

PluralSight – Developing Project Schedules

PluralSight – Developing Project Schedules-BOOKWARE-KNiSO
English | Size: 186.15 MB
Category: Tutorial


Release Notes: Updated to align with the 6th Edition of the PMBOK Guide, Developing Project Schedules is the sixth course in Pluralsight s series preparing you for the newest version of the PMP exam. This course continues the exploration of the Project Schedule Management knowledge area that started in the preceding course in this series, PMP Project Schedule Management. Skills discussed in that course are put to use here in developing and controlling the project schedule. First you’ll learn about the critical path methodology. Next, you’ll explore Agile release planning. Finally, you’ll learn about earned value management. By the end of this course, you’ll know how to assemble activities and sequence data into a sophisticated schedule, empowering you to direct project work effectively [Read more…]

The SD-WAN Mastery Collection – Developing the Overlay Topology v1.0 (A-SDW-OVRLAY)

The SD-WAN Mastery Collection – Developing the Overlay Topology v1 0 (A-SDW-OVRLAY)
English | Size: 2.69 GB
Category: Engineering


Welcome to the SD-WAN Mastery Collection – Developing the Overlay Topology (A-SDW-OVRLAY) Cisco┬« Training on Demand course. This course is for anyone who needs to modify the default SD-WAN overlay operation to meet business needs. [Read more…]

O’Reilly – AZ-203 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure Exam Prep

O’Reilly – AZ-203 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure Exam Prep
English | Size: 2.42 GB
Category: Tutorial


Explore a preview version of AZ-203 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure Exam Prep right now.
The most complete course available on the Microsoft Azure updated developer exam and certification. [Read more…]

O’Reilly – AZ-203 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure Exam Prep

O’Reilly – AZ-203 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure Exam Prep
English | Size: 2.42 GB
Category: Tutorial


The most complete course available on the Microsoft Azure updated developer exam and certification.
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Become a Microsoft Azure superhero with complete preparation for the new AZ-203 Azure Developer exam
Benefit from in-depth coverage of topics and easy-to-understand examples for practice
Updated to include the changes introduced by Microsoft in the exam requirements
Lifetime access to help you prepare for the exam at your own pace [Read more…]

PluralSight – Developing Daemons and Services Protected by Azure Active Directory

PluralSight – Developing Daemons and Services Protected by Azure Active Directory-ELOHiM
English | Size: 238.17 MB
Category: Tutorial


Headless processes commonly referred to as daemons or services have no opportunity to present an authentication user interface. Yet they must be able to access Azure AD protected resources. In this course, Developing Daemons and Services Protected by Azure Active Directory, you ll learn to securely call Azure AD protected APIs from headless processes. First you ll explore the flows available to headless applications and the basics of service principals. Next, you ll discover how to perform client credential flow with both REST or APIs on .NET, NodeJS and Python. Finally you ll learn how to master managed identities when working in Azure. When you re finished with this course, you ll have the skills and knowledge of the various facilities Azure AD offers needed to author headless applications that need to call secure APIs in Azure [Read more…]