This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about modern electronics, for people who are scared of the math and general trickery that usually comes with it. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different basic components used in modern electronics. Additionally, visuals are used throughout lectures to explain the theory behind how these basic components work and their role in the everyday electronics that we use, while keeping the math to a minimum.
This will be a crash course on how to make your own MOOC (Massive Open Online Course).
When discussing this course on twitter, utilize #howtomakeamooc
This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about digital electronics (hardware), for people who are scared of the math and general trickery that usually comes with it. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different basic ideas (number systems, boolean algebra and logic gates) used in digital electronics.
A test class for the education 210 class
Hey Reddit! I've been building Membership website's for a long time, very excited to share this course with you. This ~6 hour course will teach you from start to finish how to build a functional members only website. We'll be making an awesome looking one as well ;)
There will be no live material, however I can always be reached through the support area.
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Powerpivot for the Excel user is an online Microsoft Power Pivot tutor, written by an Accountant, focusing on beginner to advanced Power pivot skills tailored to suit the needs of both individuals (business owners, professionals, employees) and businesses (corporate).
This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about analog electronics, for people who are scared of the math and general trickery that usually comes with it. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different basic ideas (AC vs. DC, filters and amplifiers) used in analog electronics.
This course will discuss what a bitcoin is, how to use one and explain bitcoin mining.
The “Excel 2010 Beginner: ZERO to HERO in just 1 day“ course content is developed based on feedback from students and professionals with a blend of our years of experience in providing excel training. This program is suitable for housewives, entrepreneurs, marketing and sale professionals, students, accountants and finance & non-finance professionals and anyone looking to learn excel 2010. The objective of the course is to increase the productivity and efficiency by introducing participants to numerous tools and techniques available in Excel.
This Excel 2010 Beginner course is hands on practical course. While instructing, the trainer actually performs the operations over an excel sheet for a better learning. Completion of this course, a participant will be capable of working on an excel sheet using different tools and techniques.
This Excel 2010 Beginner Course has 80 lectures with 6 hours of videos along with 27 quizzes. We have provided 100+ working files for participants to download along with SUBTITLE. We have also shown functions in excel 2003 and 2007 to compare with excel 2010. Take this Excel 2010 Beginner course and learn how to use Microsoft Excel with numerous tools and techniques.
- Learn Financial Modeling Best Practices and usage of integrated financial statements for forecasting.
- Learn the modular approach to forecast Balance Sheet Items like Capital Expenditure and Intangible Assets
- Learn to project Shareholder’s Equity and shares outstanding in a professional way
- Projecting Cash Flows and Concept of Cash Sweep including Circularity
Learn how to perform professional Discounted Cash Flows Investment Banking Valuations
CFA Level 1 Ebooks and training material
This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about microcontrollers, for people who are scared of the hardware and software trickery that comes with it. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different functions that microcontrollers have. Additionally, visuals are used throughout lectures like step-by-step schematic building and line-by-line code explanations.
This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about FPGA and CPLD electronics, for people who are scared of the code, tools and general trickery that usually comes with it. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different features of both the development tools and languages used in the world of FPGA. Additionally, visuals are used throughout lectures like step-by-step schematic building and line-by-line code explanations so that everything gets explained.
This class is devoted to teaching the absolute beginner how to create and manage a simple html document. By the end of the course anyone who has paid attention and watched all the lectures will have no problem creating an html document with a variety of different elements. We can then use this knowledge to dive in to CSS fully understanding the dynamics involved.
I'm making this course because I'm essentially self-taught up to this point, and I know how hard it is to start learning something you have absolutely no history in. I'm not going to abstract things, well...actually I'm going to abstract things in a way that anyone can make sense of. Knowing HTML is an essential skill for anyone in any field to have in this generation. It sucks to learn. I'm not going to make any assumptions or biases on what you may already know. We are starting from the absolute basics here. Come learn.
This will be UReddit's study and project group, but we suggest you join their Facebook group (if you have an account) as well.
Everything we know about how to start a startup, for free, from some of the world experts.
CS183B is a class we’re teaching at Stanford. It’s designed to be a sort of one-class business course for people who want to start startups.
Videos of the lectures, associated reading materials, and assignments will all be available here. There will be 20 videos, some with a speaker or two and some with a small panel. It’ll be 1,000 minutes of content if you watch it all.
We’ll cover how to come up with ideas and evaluate them, how to get users and grow, how to do sales and marketing, how to hire, how to raise money, company culture, operations and management, business strategy, and more.
You can’t teach everything necessary to succeed in starting a company, but I suspect we can teach a surprising amount. We’ve tried to take some of the best speakers from the past 9 years of Y Combinator dinners and arrange them in a way that will hopefully make sense.
We’re doing this because we believe helping a lot of people be better at starting companies will be good for everyone. It will hopefully be valuable even for people who don’t want to start startups.
Talks like these have really helped Y Combinator founders create their companies. We hope you find it helpful too!
We are a small team of industrial Aerospace engineers who are putting together an engineering course through the University of Reddit which takes you through the general process of how to design and analyse aircraft structures from concept to detailed design using industry standard tools such as CATIA, Abacus, Ansys and Patran/Nastran.
The course will be delivered via online video ‘lectures’ utilising CAD as a primary visualising tool.
Through the entire course, we will be designing with an example, which will be an Advanced Regional Jet.
The course will be focusing on structures however there will be overview of systems, propulsion and aircraft cabin layouts. There is also a possibility for further modules to be done if requested!
This is a fun Plasticine animation for Young people/teenagers/students on how to use a washing machine.
The video takes you through the steps:
Separating your clothes in to piles
The detergent tray
With many tips also included.
A long time ago
DOS 6.2 allowed for:
- Direct access to pixels on screen
- Assembler for performance
Today, the Web has finally caught up in the graphics department. Now, we have access to:
- Multiple browsers and rendering technologies
- Multiple resolutions
- Performance that varies by browser and device
- Commit to GitHub
- Debug in Chrome
- Run automated tests
- Like WebStorm (and Vim)
Canvas (fast) SVG (slow) WebGL (>50%)
Zoom in and out of the graph, drag and drop data, all with your mouse or trackpad.
High FPS (frames per second) lets you scale graphics with low image degradation.
Third party libraries:
- Responsive design: layouts can shift and look nice on desktop screens vs. not so nice on vertical, mobile screens
- Big screen resolutions: uses devicePixelRatio for sharp rendering, but no hardware acceleration beyond 2048x2048
- Safari compatibility: with 100% CPU, input events are blocked and browser locks up; strange code offers fixes
- HTML on canvas: DOM is slow; basic HTML markup must be parsed and rendered manually; text caching helps
- Process: TrialSupportBuy
- 1 day issue resolution
- #1 Tell me what I did wrong
- #2 Can you do…
- Automated tests on every GIT push
- Compare images
- Record performance
- View errors in console
- Next step: record and playback
- Interactive mode
- Automated: Selenium API
Chrome Developer tools (F12)
Remote debugging available: https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/remote-debugging
- More charts
- Extension API
- Memory allocation tracking
We are looking for statically-typed language:
- Error checking
Easy to write and read
- Easy to call from JS
Custom build script:
- Extract documentation
- Embed customer data
Check out ZoomCharts products:
Network Chart Big network exploration Explore linked data sets. Highlight relevant data with dynamic filters and visual styles. Incremental data loading. Exploration with focus nodes.
Time Chart Time navigation and exploration tool Browse activity logs, select time ranges. Multiple data series and value axes. Switch between time units.
Pie Chart Amazingly intuitive hierarchical data exploration Get quick overview of your data and drill down when necessary. All in a single easy to use chart.
Facet Chart Scrollable bar chart with drill-down Compare values side by side and provide easy access to the long tail.
ZoomCharts http://www.zoomcharts.com The world’s most interactive data visualization software
CyberSecurity - Gamification of Citizenry!
Real-Life Real-Time Hacking The Citizen. Technology as Guardian. Virtual Governmental Democracy. E-Justice - She is not yet in BETA Testing? The Gruesome & The Gorgeous - All Algorithmics Satellites Eye-Witness Ramifications. The Bears Are Back in Town - Digital Paws Passports. Digital Witch-Hunts - Persecutions The New Black! Puss'n'Boots Approach! Walk into Parliamentary Innovation. Simulations & Modeling Platforms for Future Citizens.
Fear of No Reprisals - Military Intelligence to Anonymous Stalking. Going into The Fire of the Public Domain. Cyber Data - Do I Own Myself? Cyber Forget-Me-Knots. Cyber Cache All My Chips! Cyber Ego Is A Dirty Word. Cyber Citizen vs Government.
This course is meant to create a pathway into learning about sensors, for people who are scared of the math and general trickery that usually comes with them. A hands-on approach is taken in this course through a combination of lecture and experimentation to teach you about the different basic components used as sensors. Additionally, visuals are used throughout lectures to explain the theory behind how each sensor works and their role in the everyday electronics that we use, while keeping the math to a minimum.