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    Packt Publishing - Learning Lodash 4.0
    Duration: 03:38:38 | Video: h264, yuv420p 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 891 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    by Eric Adams
    Publisher: Packt Publishing
    Release Date: April 2016
    ISBN: 9781783988518
    Topics: JavaScript

    A comprehensive guide to fast and efficient functional JavaScript Web Development with Lo-Dash 4.0
    Deploy your application ready for production using minification
    Build a reusable base view framework using Lodash for future application development
    Create build tasks for your JavaScript applications that use Lodash modules

    Lodash was built to simplify JavaScript application development. It contains hundreds of methods built for the purpose of providing developers with a fast, reliable, cross-browser toolkit to write applications. With Lodash, you can eliminate rewriting boilerplate code and focus on developing the features your users want.

    This course takes you through the process of setting up, building, and scripting the deployment of a JavaScript application built using Lodash. Each section explores a new Lodash API, and employs methods within to build new application features.

    First, we cover the origins of Lodash and how it has become an indispensable tool for JavaScript developers. We will also install our application and its dependencies. Then we'll build out the features of an application to explore, create, and tag recipes. This includes building both an API in Node.JS and a client-side application using Lodash.

    At the end, we'll write a script to minify our application for deployment, and look at alternate deployment methods using Lodash CLI.This course will provide you with practical uses of Lodash in JavaScript development that you can apply in future applications. By the end of the book, you'll know the principles of building structured and modular applications using Lodash.

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    TTC Video - Great Scientific Ideas That Changed the World
    Course No. 1120 | .AVI, XviD, 621 kbps, 432x304 | English, MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 36x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 6.2 GB
    Lecturer: Steven L. Goldman, Ph.D.

    Why has science so dramatically altered how we live and how we think about ourselves? What is the greatest scientific idea of all time? According to Professor Steven L. Goldman,

    one is tempted to speak of scientific discoveries as the source of science's power to be a driver of social change-that scientists have been discovering new truths about nature, and that the change follows from that. But I argue that it is scientific ideas that are responsible for this change. Ideas are the source of science's power-not discoveries."

    And what is the greatest scientific idea of all? For Professor Goldman, that is surely the very idea of science, for as he puts it, "The idea of science itself is an idea that had to be invented."

    In Great Scientific Ideas That Changed the World, you will explore ideas that-when society has been willing to pursue them-have helped form the foundation of modern life. You'll interpret the term "scientific idea" broadly, so as to include ideas that made science possible at all, as well as ideas that make science immensely powerful.

    You will discover there is no sharp distinction between ideas that are classified as scientific and those that are classified as philosophical or mathematical, or even between scientific ideas and political, religious, or aesthetic ideas. Alfred North Whitehead, for example, famously linked the emergence of modern science in the Christian West to the belief in a single, law-observing Creator of the universe.

    The New Dot-Com World

    New ideas affect society in unpredictable ways. A perfect example is the evolution of the Internet from a modest U.S. Department of Defense-funded computer network project to a global technology that has transformed commerce, industry, politics, warfare, communication, education, entertainment, and research. We are still unfolding the unexpected and sometimes disturbing consequences of a few innovative ideas that enable computers in different locations to share information in real time, ideas that underlie the Internet's astonishing capabilities.

    What we do know is that science has changed our lives-but how it does so, and why it is able to do so, tells us as much about ourselves as it does about science.

    Moreover, as unpredictable as science may be, Professor Goldman argues that for 200 years now the interaction of science and technology with society has been the primary driver of social and cultural change, first in the West, then globally, and at an accelerating rate. During this period, social and personal values and relationships; social, political, and economic institutions; and cultural values and activities have changed and continue to change almost beyond anything our great-grandparents (or sometimes even parents) would recognize. What has transformed entire ways of life that had previously been entrenched for centuries or millennia?

    There are objects, of course-the telephone, automobile, airplane, television, computer-that appear to be causes of social change. But identifying these artifacts does not reach down to the causes of innovation itself, nor does it expose those features of the sociocultural infrastructure that enable innovations to become causes of social change. Artifacts, in spite of their high visibility, are symptoms of causes at work; they are not themselves causes.

    Learn How Society Affects Ideas

    It is not only television, the automobile, or the Internet that have changed society. Instead, forces at work in society have caused television and automobiles and the Internet to take on the changing forms they take. One of these forces is ideas-new scientific ideas, originating in the past and subsequently internalized by society. These ideas have shaped both our social and cultural affairs and the lines along which society is most open to change.

    For instance, the notion that there are laws of nature seems to reflect a political idea. There can be no doubt that mathematical and aesthetic ideas were central to the 17th-century Scientific Revolution. Furthermore, distinguishing science and technology is fuzzy, too-especially since the late 19th century, when scientific knowledge and technological innovation began to be coupled systematically in industrial, academic, and government research laboratories.

    Each of Professor Goldman's 36 lectures highlights in a provocative way a single idea or development critical to the development of science in the West. The lectures are broadly chronological, beginning with prescientific know-how and the invention of writing, and advancing through modern times all the way to the development of chaos theory. In each lecture, Professor Goldman looks at not only the content of an idea that is fundamental for science, but also how that idea arose and what its impact has been throughout the centuries.

    In the first third of the course, Professor Goldman engages in a sort of "reverse engineering" of what we mean by science today, identifying the origins of features that now seem essential for the existence of modern science.

    Lecture 1 begins by looking back at the already impressive prescientific skills and know-how humans had achieved by the 4th century B.C.E., and Lecture 2 discusses the invention of writing and the spread of writing systems and texts from 3500 B.C.E. to the beginning of Classical antiquity.

    Who Invented Ideas?

    The invention of writing may not seem a scientific idea at all. Yet there is a profound assumption underlying the invention of writing, whose controversial implications are reflected in Socrates's argument against writing, as recounted in Plato's dialogue Phaedrus. Writing is also a technology and serves as a shining example of how technologies embody ideas, even though we tend to ignore the ideas when our attention dwells only on what the technologies do, how they do it, or what the consequences have been.

    Between 500 B.C.E. and 300 B.C.E., Greek philosophers developed highly specific concepts of knowledge, reason, truth, nature, mathematics, logic, knowledge of nature, and the use of mathematics to describe nature-all in ways that continue to inform the practice of science to the present day. Lectures 3-5 are devoted to these ideas and their legacies.

    Lecture 6 discusses the first appearance in Western history, perhaps in world history, of the idea of techno-science-technology derived from theoretical knowledge rather than from practical know-how. This was largely a Greek idea that was applied in the context of the rising Roman Empire, and the lecture describes selected Roman-era technologies that influenced modern science and engineering.

    Lectures 7-11 explore a set of interrelated developments that together constitute a bridge between the ancient and early modern eras:

    The idea of the university and its role as a progenitor of modern science
    Medieval machinery and Europe's first Industrial Revolution
    The Renaissance ideas of progress, the printed book, and mathematics as the language of nature.

    All of these ideas are fundamental for science as we know it, and they are also fundamental for the rise of engineering and technological innovation.

    Lecture 12 discusses Copernicus's idea of a moving Earth, the cultural consequences of that idea, and its subsequent evolution into an astronomical theory. Copernicus himself was wrong about a great deal-for example, planets move in orbits that are elliptical, not circular-but his idea helped clear the way for the foundational ideas of modern science that you'll explore in Lectures 13-17. Among these are the idea of method, mathematical ideas such as algebra and calculus, ideas of conservation and symmetry, the creation of instruments that extend the mind and not only our senses. All together, these ideas created a new conception of knowledge of nature.

    Lectures 18-28 explore 19th-century scientific ideas of immense social, cultural, intellectual, as well as scientific, influence:

    Time is an active dimension of reality and not merely a passive measure of change.
    A chemical atom is an expression of a generic idea of fundamental units with fixed properties out of which nature is composed.
    The cell theory of life, the germ theory of disease, and the gene theory of inheritance, can all been seen as conceptually allied to the atom idea-to the powerful notion that natural phenomena can be analyzed in terms of fundamental building blocks.
    Energy, immaterial force fields, and relationships offer a contrasting, yet equally powerful, conception of processes as the most elementary features of nature.
    Science can be allied systematically with technology-knowing with doing-to synthesize a new world.
    Evolution epitomizes a process-oriented approach to science and can be extended from biology to scientific thinking generally.
    Natural phenomena have a fundamentally probabilistic and statistical character.
    New social institutions can play a pivotal role in science's ability to transform the world.

    Lectures 29-35 discuss increasingly sophisticated scientific ideas of the 20th century, including relativity, quantum theory, the expanding universe, computer science, information theory, molecular biology; as well as the idea of systems, especially chaotic systems and self-organizing systems, plus the related ideas of ecology.

    Lecture 36 concludes by reviewing today's ideas about science and technology in upcoming fields such as cognitive neuroscience, bio- and nanotechnology, and physicists' search for a Theory of Everything, and considers ideas, and their likely roles as motivators of future change.

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    Building a Tap Me Game using iOS 10 and Swift 3
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 3.5 Hours | Lec: 22 | 471 MB
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    The finest and latest course on iOS Development with Swift 3 - Learn to Build Real Applications.

    Building iOS 10 Apps has just one GOAL - to make you the best iOS Developer so that you can get you DREAM Job or become a Freelance iOS Developer.

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    This course teaches you about Variables and Constants, Conditionals, Functions, Loops, Arrays, Dictionaries, Optionals, Classes and Objects, Closures and many more aspects of Swift Programming Language.

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    Microsoft Excel 2016: Advanced Training in Charts
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    Become a pro with charts in Excel 2016. Lessons on advanced customization, standard, specialized, and new chart types.

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    Lynda - Motion 5.3 Essential Training
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    Discover how to create and design dynamic motion graphics projects using Apple Motion. In this course, Ian Robinson teaches you all the tools and techniques you need to get up and running with Motion 5.3 for the first time, or master its finer points. Find out how to stabilize footage, create accurate green-screen keys, and apply retiming effects to slow down, speed up, loop, and reverse clips. Learn how to generate custom animated elements from scratch using Motion's generators, shapes, and particles. Explore how to animate in 3D space with 2D graphics and build true 3D type. Discover how to animate virtual cameras, add realistic blur and depth of field, and create a new sense of dimension with light and shadow. Plus, learn how to save time by creating templates, ensure your footage looks its best using the optimum compression settings, and archive projects for safekeeping.

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    Lynda - CSS Shorts Video Training (Update 2017)
    MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 41M | 145 MB
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    TTC Video - Decoding the Secrets of Egyptian Hieroglyphs
    Course No. 3541 | .MP4, AVC, 500 kbps, 640x360 | English, AAC, 96 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 3.17 GB
    Lecturer: Bob Brier, Ph.D.

    Ancient Egyptian civilization is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating chapters in human history. While remnants of the culture like temples, obelisks, and sarcophagi continue to mystify us, you can unlock their true meaning if you know how to read hieroglyphs.

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    To the untrained eye, this ancient writing system looks like artful decoration, a random scattering of stylized ducks, suns, eyes, hands, chairs, and feathers. But to Egyptologists like Dr. Bob Brier of LIU Post-a noted public educator known as "Mr. Mummy" and a popular Great Courses professor-hieroglyphs are the gateway to understanding ancient Egypt, from its religious beliefs to its cosmological ideas to the legacies of its great pharaohs.

    In short, they're the closest we can get to truly resurrecting the lives of ancient Egyptians.

    Although hieroglyphs are a dead language, there are many reasons why learning to read and write hieroglyphs can be rewarding. An understanding of hieroglyphs can take you beyond the surface-level appreciation of viewing artifacts and historic sites, bringing you closer to the real people of an ancient civilization. Plus, the transformation of spelling and grammar into a dynamic pictorial code presents a challenging intellectual puzzle for lifelong learners of all ages. In learning hieroglyphs, you will actually decipher symbols and text, which makes learning this new language enjoyable and exciting!

    In Decoding the Secrets of Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Professor Brier offers you the key to unlocking the mysteries of this amazing ancient language. Making this seemingly complex code accessible to anyone with a willingness to learn, his 24 lectures cover the basics of reading and writing hieroglyphs, including vocabulary words, number systems, and sentence structure. They also put your newfound knowledge to work, as you translate hieroglyphs found on some of ancient Egypt's most intriguing sites and artifacts, from the Rosetta Stone to the temples at Abu Simbel to the tomb of Tutankhamen. Professor Brier opens up startling new worlds of discovery that will bring you closer than ever to a civilization that's captivated us for millennia-and that will continue to do so for a long time to come.

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    When learning to read and write Egyptian hieroglyphs, where does one start? Like any language, it's critical to begin at the most fundamental level: the alphabet.

    Decoding the Secrets of Egyptian Hieroglyphs is a primer on the ins and outs of the ancient Egyptian language. By approaching the topic in a straightforward manner, you'll be surprised at just how quickly translating these curious symbols becomes second nature.

    After learning the three ways hieroglyphs were used in ancient Egypt (to represent a sound, to clarify a word's meaning, to represent a concept all by itself), you'll go step-by-step through the ancient Egyptian alphabet. Professor Brier teaches you not only how to draw each hieroglyph, but how to pronounce them and organize them into entire sentences.

    But make no mistake: This isn't just about writing your name in hieroglyphs. You'll learn much more.

    Build an Egyptian vocabulary. Every lecture comes with a wealth of new vocabulary words for you to pronounce, write, and use. You'll also discover the meaning behind these hieroglyphs. For example, the hieroglyph for the season "summer" (consisting of drawings of a pool, water, and the sun) which might indicate an absence of water.
    Write Egyptian sentences: Professor Brier teaches you how to organize hieroglyphs into sentences that express original thoughts. You'll learn how to draw and arrange pronouns and possessives; how to write in the past tense; how to turn a sentence into a negative statement; how to read the names of the pharaohs; and more.
    Count Egyptian numbers: Numbers were essential to ancient Egypt's agricultural economy. As you'll discover, different symbols were used to denote different quantities. A stroke was "1," a hoop was "10," a coiled rope was "100," a lotus flower was "1,000," and the god Heh stood for "1 million."

    Above all, Professor Brier wants to give you not just an appreciation of hieroglyphs, but a working knowledge of them. That's where practice comes in. Each lecture in this course begins or ends with a series of short, fun translation exercises (also included in the course guidebook) to help familiarize you with the concepts you explore in that particular lesson.

    Unearth the Story of Hieroglyphs

    As you progress from the alphabet to complex sentences, you'll also uncover some fascinating historical insights into hieroglyphs.

    Why did the language disappear, and how it was rediscovered by explorers like Jean-François Champollion?
    What was life like for the Egyptian scribes who recorded everything from battlefield casualties to prayers for the dead?
    Why were some of the first attempts to translate hieroglyphics unsuccessful?
    How did ancient Egyptians use their calendar, and how do modern Egyptologists use it to determine precise dates for events?

    Translate the Writings on Archaeological Finds

    Decoding the Secrets of Egyptian Hieroglyphs
    is also an opportunity to interpret actual inscriptions found on Egyptian temples and objects. As Professor Brier builds your confidence in reading hieroglyphs, you'll steadily move toward translating everything from the names of gods and pharaohs to special prayers and magic spells.

    Like a great tour guide, Professor Brier brings you up close and personal with some of the most fascinating archaeological finds from hundreds of years of exploration.

    King Tut's tomb: Professor Brier devotes several lectures to perhaps the most important discovery in all of Egyptology. You'll translate hieroglyphs from some of the many relics found in the pharaoh's tomb, including a mirror used during Tutankhamen's life, and the inside lid of his sarcophagus, inscribed with words spoken by the god Anubis.
    Queen Meret's pectoral: This brooch-like piece of jewelry isn't mere decoration. It's also powerful political propaganda. The queen's pectoral proclaims the greatness of Amenemhet III as the lord of Upper and Lower Egypt and all foreign lands, and asserts his protection by Nekhbet when venturing off into battle.
    Sneferu stela: The pharaoh most directly responsible for Egypt's grand pyramid-building projects was Sneferu. As you pore over inscriptions on a stela named after him, you'll witness the development of four of the five titles used to describe a king: the "Horus" name, the "King of Upper and Lower Egypt" name, the "Two Ladies" name, and the "Golden Horus" name.

    Learn from an Acclaimed Egyptologist

    Beloved by Great Courses customers for his dynamism and depth of knowledge, Professor Brier is the best hieroglyphics instructor you could have. Blending language and history, his lectures are a testament to his popularity with the public and his respect among Egyptologists. He brings the same skills to Decoding the Secret of Egyptian Hieroglyphs that he has to his National Geographic television special, Mr. Mummy, his TLC series, The Great Egyptians, and his popular books, including The Murder of Tutankhamen: A True Story and Egyptomania.

    At the start of the course, Professor Brier recounts the ancient Egyptian saying, "To say the name of the dead is to make him live again." Whether he's unpacking the importance of the scarab beetle hieroglyph, explaining the reason why most of us mispronounce the names of Egyptian pharaohs, or detailing the secret messages inscribed on King Tut's funerary mask, Professor Brier not only makes ancient Egyptians live again-he does something even more memorable: He allows them to speak in their own words.

    And now you can, too.

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    Lynda - Excel Tips Weekly (Update 2017)
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    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    This tips-based course will show Excel users productivity-boosting tricks, cool hidden features, need-to-know functions, and advanced content on subjects such as using PivotTables for data analysis. Tune in every Tuesday for a new tip from expert Dennis Taylor. Each tutorial is a short, self-contained lesson guaranteed to give you new insights into Excel

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    Lynda - Business Benefits Realization
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    Lynda - Learning InCopy
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    Designers often receive textual content from users created in programs such as Microsoft Word and then place that content into an InDesign layout that only the designer can access. InCopy provides a two-way street where editors and writers can edit content in InCopy while a designer simultaneously works on the design portion of the project in InDesign, and the text formatting is retained in both programs. In this course, learn how to create and import content using InCopy, style text correctly so that it transfers to the InDesign layout, and make content available to writers and editors from within InDesign. Author Chad Chelius also ensures that you get a handle on checking out stories, working with tables, using Track Changes, modifying graphics, as well as creating templates.

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