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  1. The Complete javascript Course: Build a Real-World Project (2017) WEBRip | English | MP4 + Project files | 1920 x 1080 | AVC ~137 kbps | 30 fps AAC | 192 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 17:32:25 | 2.87 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Development, Programming Master javascript with the most complete javascript course on the market! Includes projects, challenges, final exam, ES6 What Will I Learn? Go from a total javascript beginner to an advanced javascript developer. Gain a deep and true understanding of how javascript works behind the scenes. Understand and use complex features like the 'this' keyword, function constructors, prototypal inheritance, first-class functions, closures, and more. Code two beautiful real-world apps (starter code included) and not just boring toy apps. Learn how to debug your code and understand other developer's code. Learn how to organize and structure your code using modules and functions. Because coding is not just writing code, it's also thinking about your code! Become familiar with the new features of ES6 / ES2015. Get helpful support in the Q&A. Practice your new skills with coding challenges (solutions included). Test your javascript knowledge with a final course exam containing 30 questions Get lifetime access to my HD quality videos. No monthly subscription. Learn at your own pace, whenever you want. Requirements No coding experience is necessary to take this course! I take you from beginner to expert! All you need to get started with javascript is a computer, a browser and a text editor. We will set these up in the course. A basic understanding of HTML and CSS is a plus, but it's not a must! The course includes a 5-minutes HTML and CSS crash course. *** Completely up-to-date for May 2017 *** "Excellent course. Jonas explains the core concepts in javascript that are usually glossed over in other courses. And he does it in a manner that is clear and concise." - John Collins ... Do you want to learn the number #1 programming language that powers the internet? Are you tired of wasting your time and money on random youtube videos or javascript courses that are either too simple, or too difficult to follow? Or do you struggle to deeply understand and use javascript in real projects? If your answer is a big YES... Then this is exactly the course you are looking for! ... So what is the course about? This is a truly complete javascript course, that goes beyond what other javascript courses out there teach you. I will take you from a complete javascript beginner to an advanced developer. You will not just learn the javascript language itself, you will also learn how to program. How to solve problems. How to structure and organize code using common javascript patterns. Come with me on a journey with the goal of truly understanding the javascript language. And I explain everything on the way with great detail! You will learn "why" something works in javascript, not just "how". Because in the modern javascript world of today, you need more than just knowing how something works. You need to debug code, you need to understand code, you need to be able to think about code. To achieve our goal together, the course contains coding sessions, coding challenges, theory lectures, real-world projects and a final course exam. This course is different because it's not just about writing code, it's also about how and why code works the way it does. Because it's the perfect mix between theory and practice. Because it focuses not only on small coding examples, but also on real-world projects and use cases. So, by the end of the course, you will be a capable javascript developer, able to write, understand and debug javascript code using all the powerful features the language offers to us. ... Here is exactly what we cover in this course: * All the javascript and programming fundamentals: things like variables, data types, boolean logic, if/else statements, loops, functions, objects, arrays, and more. * Everything you need to know in order to gain a deep understanding of how javascript works behind the scenes: execution contexts, hoisting, scoping, the 'this' keyword, and more. * How to make javascript code interact with webpages: DOM manipulation. Learn how to select and change webpage elements, create new elements and handle DOM events. * Complex javascript features such as function constructors, prototypal inheritance, first-class functions, closures, the bind and apply methods, and more. * We are going to code two beautiful real-world apps to apply our knowledge and learn new concepts (I provide the starter HTML and CSS code for these projects). * Learn how to organize and structure your code using modules and functions, how to create data privacy and encapsulation, and why that's so important. * What's new in the most modern version of javascript: new features of ES6 / ES2015. ... Let's now find out if this course is for you. It's a perfect fit if... Student #1: You want to gain a deep understanding of the most popular programming language in the world: javascript. Student #2: You have taken other javascript courses but: 1) still don't really understand javascript, or 2) still don't feel confident to code real-world apps. This course is perfect for you! Student #3: You are interested in using popular libraries/frameworks like React, Angular or Node.js. Student #4: You want to get started with programming in general: javascript is a great language to learn how to code. ... Now it's your turn to decide. This is what you get: * Lifetime access to my HD quality videos. No monthly subscription. Learn at your own pace, whenever you want. * English captions for students with hearing impairment. * All videos are downloadable. Learn wherever you want, even without an internet connection! * Downloadable starter code and final code for each section. * Free helpful support in the course Q&A when you have questions or get stuck. * Multiple coding challenges to practice your new skills (solutions included). * A final course exam with 30 questions to test your javascript knowledge. Sounds great? Then start this adventure today by clicking the "Take this course" button, and join me in the only javascript course that you will need! Who is the target audience? Take this course now if you want to gain a deep understanding of the most popular programming language in the world: javascript. Take this course now if you have taken other javascript courses but: 1) still don't really understand javascript, or 2) still don't feel confident to code real-world apps. This course is perfect for you! Take this course now if you're interested in using popular libraries/frameworks like React, Angular or Node.js. Take this course now if you want to get started with programming in general: javascript is a great language to learn how to code. Do NOT take this course if you just want to use javascript but don't want to know how it actually works. Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  2. Lynda - Learning VR Photography and Video (updated May, 2017) Size: 1.05 GB | Duration: 0h 56m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English Virtual reality can transport you across town or around the world. Virtual reality can transport you across town or around the world. And it's easy and inexpensive to test the (virtual) waters-not only as someone who views VR content but also creates it. In this course, photographer, educator, and author Ben Long introduces the essential concepts and tools behind photographic- and video-based VR. After detailing a brief history of VR, Ben shows a sampling of inexpensive VR viewers (such as VR apps and VR goggles for your smartphone) and where to go to check out great VR content. He also reviews the tools and techniques for creating your own VR photos and videos, and dealing with challenges in post-production, such as moving media to the computer, stitching and mapping 360-degree images and video, playing back VR video, and sharing VR content online. Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  3. Lynda - GoPro HERO5: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques (2017) MP4 | AVC 1000kbps | English | 1280x720 | 30fps | 5h 37mins | AAC stereo 160kbps | 2.41 GB Genre: Video Training Got a GoPro? Whether you capture stills, video, or even time-lapse photography, this beginner's course equips you with the essential skills you need to get out from behind your computer and start shooting in the field with your GoPro HERO5 Black or HERO5 Session. Rich Harrington starts right at the beginning, showing how to get the camera out of the box-which is trickier than it sounds-and set up for your shoot. He also covers strategies for excelling in different shooting scenarios, and shares his insights on different menus and buttons to ensure that you get up and running quickly, without needing to fuss over controls. Topics include: * Choosing a GoPro model * Understanding a GoPro camera's anatomy * Charging the battery * Choosing a memory card * Accessing Video and Photo Shooting modes * Setting a white balance for video * Shooting in burst or Time Lapse mode * Shooting wirelessly * Downloading software * Using the GoPro Plus service * Buying GoPro accessories Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  4. TTC Video - Masters of Greek Thought: Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle Course No. 4460 | .AVI, XviD, 450 kbps, 640x480 | English, MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 36x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 4.56 GB Lecturer: Robert C. Bartlett, Ph.D. For more than two millennia, philosophers have grappled with life's most profound issues. It is easy to forget, however, that these "eternal" questions are not eternal at all; rather, they once had to be asked for the first time. It was the Athenian citizen and philosopher Socrates who first asked these questions in the 5th century B.C. "Socrates," notes award-winning Professor Robert C. Bartlett, "was responsible for a fundamentally new way of philosophizing": trying to understand the world by reason. Masters of Greek Thought: Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle, a 36-lecture course taught by Professor Bartlett, provides you with a detailed analysis of the golden age of Athenian philosophy and the philosophical consequences that occurred when Socrates-followed first by his student Plato and then by Plato's own student Aristotle-permanently altered our approach to the most important questions humanity can pose. What Was the "Socratic Turn"? The Socratic break with earlier philosophy was a shift in thought that led to some of the most important and intellectually exciting concepts in all of philosophy. Socrates' influence on a new generation of philosophers, most importantly, Plato and Aristotle, ensured that his ideas would change the face of philosophy. Prior to Socrates' new approach, philosophy was concerned primarily with the project of "natural philosophy": a prescientific study of nature and the physical world. Professor Bartlett begins the course with a discussion of how Socrates came to the "Socratic turn" that veered away from the study of natural science and toward the scrutiny of moral opinion. You recognize how crucial this turn was because it became the fulcrum around which a new era of philosophy turne. Never again could philosophers return to their ancient role of merely attempting to grasp the natural order of a world previously ascribed to the planning or whimsy of the gods. The new arguments that Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle posed were intended not for other philosophers but for anyone seeking to live a thoughtful and attentive life. Throughout the course, you come to see how their inquiries about the fundamental meanings and implications of ideas like justice, virtue, and happiness pushed their fellow citizens to ponder the roles such ideas played in their daily lives and in society. They even asked their peers to consider whether these and other questions were ones that anyone could hope to answer. See Socrates through Plato's Eyes Unfortunately, the thinker who forever altered the course of philosophy never actually wrote down his words. So how can we hope to know what Socrates, whom many believe to be the foundational thinker of Western philosophy, really believed? The answer, Professor Bartlett shows, lies in the fact that much of Socrates' philosophy is captured in the writings of his contemporaries and followers. As a means of leading you to a sharper picture of the real Socrates, the course introduces you to the writings of three key figures: Xenophon: the great thinker and military commander who wrote a series of Socratic sayings that survives to this day Aristophanes: whose comic play Clouds is both a send-up and a thoughtful critique of Socrates that is crucial to understanding his philosophical evolution Plato: a brilliant young man from a wealthy and politically active family who became Socrates' best student and whose works, written in the form of dialogues between two or more persons, feature Socrates as the protagonist Plato, in particular, is an essential source of information about Socrates. Over the course of a dozen lectures, you explore the wide variety of Plato's brilliant dialogues and how they reflect the core of Socrates' philosophy of morality and justice: Alcibiades I, which depicts Socrates' reasoning why the young Alcibiades needs him Symposium, in which seven partiers discuss the nature of love Republic, perhaps Plato's best-known work, which focuses on the definition and nature of justice Protagoras, in which Socrates and Protagoras argue whether virtue can be taught Gorgias, which depicts an argument over who is more important, the philosopher or the rhetorician Meno, which seeks to come to a general definition of virtue Professor Bartlett then turns the discussion to those Platonic dialogues that cover the well-known trial and execution of Socrates at the hands of the Athenian state. By examining Euthyphro, Apology of Socrates, and Crito as a whole, you develop a deeper understanding of the defense strategy Socrates chose, why he chose it, and how it ultimately failed him. You also review whether Plato's sympathetic defense of his teacher was successful in the long run. Aristotle's Philosophy of Human Affairs Throughout Masters of Greek Thought, Professor Bartlett guides you deep into nuanced philosophical discussions while keeping the thread of the arguments both clear and exhilarating. This becomes especially important when you focus on the third iconic philosopher this course covers: Aristotle. A student of Plato's famed Academy, Aristotle did more than anyone to establish a comprehensive system of philosophy in the West. His work encompassed the fields of morality, politics, aesthetics, logic, science, rhetoric, theology, metaphysics, and more. Scholars today believe that only about a third of his work survives. In keeping with the theme of the course, Professor Bartlett, who has translated selected works by Xenophon and Plato from the original Greek, focuses your attention on Aristotle's work on the philosophy of human affairs. You delve into two of the philosopher's major writings: Nicomachean Ethics, which is a stunning approach to questions of virtue and moral character Politics, which continues the ideas of individual and interpersonal ethics first developed in Nichomachean Ethics and discusses their logical extension into the governance of the city-state Learn from Socrates and His Heirs A distinguished teacher and translator and the recipient of numerous teaching awards, including an award for excellence in teaching in the social sciences from Emory University's Center for Teaching and Curriculum, Professor Bartlett keeps his presentation of these three great thinkers not only clear but also accessible, unintimidating, and relevant to each of us today. The insights Masters of Greek Thought offers into the minds of these three foundational figures of Western philosophy and the care with which Professor Bartlett unpacks their words bring the ideas of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle into sharp focus for you. More than 2,000 years later, you find their questions on the nature of justice, virtue, and happiness pushing you to ponder the roles such ideas play in your daily life and in the life of your society. Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  5. TTC Video - Herodotus: The Father of History Course No. 2353 | .AVI, XviD, 1250 kbps, 576x432 | English, MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 7.28 GB Lecturer: Elizabeth Vandiver, Ph.D. Witness the "works and wonders" of the ancient world through the eyes of its first great historian. Herodotus became the first person we know of to see the past in new and fresh ways-not as a distant recess shrouded in legend and rumor, but as something that lies close at hand; as something that immediately affects the here and now; and as a subject whose great personalities and patterns of events can be studied in order to make the reasons behind them as clear as possible. Given the number and the superb quality of the courses on classical literature that Professor Elizabeth Vandiver has contributed to The Great Courses, we knew that we had to bring her into our studio to lecture on Herodotus. His monumental work, the Histories, was the subject of her doctoral dissertation and first book. And it remains one of her great loves among Greek and Roman writings. An Exceptional Teacher If you've enjoyed any of Professor Vandiver's previous courses on the epics of Homer and Virgil, Greek tragedy, or classical mythology, you will surely want to add this one to your library of recorded learning. If you are new to Professor Vandiver or The Teaching Company, however, this course is still a great investment in learning. She presents the material to you as a self-contained unit that is readily accessible and requires no special background knowledge. Herodotus (c. 484-420 B.C.E.) was a Greek who was born in what is now the modern Turkish resort town of Bodrum (called Halicarnassus, in his day) and who died, so tradition says, in the south of Italy. A Tireless Mind In between, his tirelessly inquiring mind took him from one corner of the known world to another. And he reported on or visited all of its continents (Europe, Asia, and Africa) to write about the vast array of subjects that captured his interest, including: the "great works" (erga megala) of the ancient land of Egypt the remarkable kings who built the vast and mighty Persian Empire the strange customs and unlikely origins of the Scythians, a warlike, mounted people who lived beyond the Danube and whose repulse of Darius and the Persians in 513 B.C.E. made them the first Europeans to throw back an eastern invasion. These lectures introduce you to the book-Herodotus's only known work-that came out of these "inquiries." (The title Histories, by the way, is a now-common mistranslation of the original title, as Professor Vandiver explains.) You learn what makes Herodotus one of those rare, landmark figures in the story of thought as Professor Vandiver traces the influences Herodotus assimilated and the new methods he used in crafting this monumental work. A New Way of Seeing the Past Herodotus became the first person we know of to see the past in new and fresh ways: not as a distant recess shrouded in legend and rumor, but as something that lies close at hand as something that immediately affects the here and now as a subject whose great personalities and patterns of events can be studied in order to make the reasons behind them as clear as possible. What You Will Learn In Professor Vandiver's characteristically comprehensive and systematic treatment, you learn: Essential background and context ... including what we know about the life of Herodotus, the key influences on him, his intended audience and possible reasons for writing the book, and the general task that he set himself (as explained in his all-important first sentence). The scope, design, and organization of The Histories itself ... including both the tantalizing digressions on Egypt and Scythia, and the dramatic Persian War narrative (490-479 B.C.E.) that lies at the heart of the story Herodotus tells. The key interpretive issues that scholars have long debated include: Herodotus's focus on individuals as the makers of history his use of and departures from Homeric models his handling of materials from myth and legend his attitude toward facts and verification his relationship to the new scientific, political, and artistic currents of his day, including Sophism, Periclean democracy, tragic drama, and the Peloponnesian War. The light shed on The Histories by modern research ... including rock carvings left by the Persians, and even the recently discovered traces of one of the military canals that the Emperor Xerxes dug to facilitate the movement of his massive invading forces into Greece. The continuing influence and significance of Herodotus from his own time to ours ... including the renewed appreciation that scholars developed for him in the 20th century and the lasting place he enjoys in the Western imagination. Stirring Episodes, Unforgettable Characters Of course, there is much more to Herodotus than grand themes and scholarly debates, interesting as all those are. His pages overflow with vividly described events and human beings whose deeds, whether good or ill, deserve to be remembered and reflected upon by generations to come. A partial list includes: the intrepid Persian ruler Cyrus (the first great Persian conqueror), his mad and doomed son Cambyses, and the brilliant Darius, who won the struggle to succeed Cambyses and proved to be the administrative genius the empire needed in order to grow and consolidate into the most powerful state the world had ever seen the Lydian king Croesus, the world's richest man, and his encounter with the Athenian lawgiver Solon, one of the world's wisest; in the skilled hands of Herodotus, the description of this meeting reveals much about the differences between East and West and the very nature of human knowledge and happiness the astute Athenian general Miltiades, whose bold and innovative plan enabled his army of 10,000 citizen-soldiers to win their improbable victory over the much larger Persian host of Darius at Marathon in 490 B.C.E. the cruel and arrogant Emperor Xerxes, who had the waters of the Hellespont Strait lashed for daring to destroy one of his pontoon bridges during the second Persian invasion of Greece in 480 B.C.E. the wily Athenian admiral and statesman Themistocles, without whose stratagems the epoch-making naval victory at Salamis-and with it the golden age of Greece-would have been impossible the redoubtable Spartan king Leonidas, whose last stand at the head of his outnumbered band in the narrow defile of Thermopylae is given undying fame by the literary brilliance of Herodotus. An Invitation to Join a Remarkable Journey This should give you some idea of what it is like to follow Herodotus on his journey through what he calls the erga megala te kai thômasta ("great and astonishing works or deeds") of the ancient world. Always he seeks the aitiê (cause or reason) of the essential human things. Courage and cruelty. Wisdom and folly. Love and hate. Greed and generosity. Nobility and baseness. None of these escapes Herodotus's probing mind or urge to bear witness. With his work set before you with skill, subtlety, and an eye for telling detail, he can become a companion for life, stimulating reflection with every page. Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  6. TTC Video - Great Masters - Brahms - His Life and Music 8xWEBRip | English | AVI + PDF Guide | 720 x 544 | XviD ~719 kbps | 29.970 fps MP3 | 160 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 06:07:51 | 2.34 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Biography, Music In both his life and his music, Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) was a man of contrasts. He composed serious Teutonic music and joyful dance music. He was miserly with himself and exceedingly generous with family and associates. He was kind to working people and known for his biting, malicious wit in artistic and aristocratic social circles. Not an easy man to know, Brahms destroyed a good deal of his own work and almost all of his lifetime's correspondence, in later years even collecting his letters from friends so that he could consign them to the flames. This course links the complexities of the man with the electrifying music of the composer through biographical information and musical commentary. An Independent Spirit Brahms had vowed early in life to be lonely but free. He never married, owned a home, held a job for more than a few years, or took on a commissioned piece. In art, he showed a similar independence of spirit. He believed in traditional musical genres and forms as challenges to expressive freedom, as healthy sources of stimulation for his awesome artistic powers. Unlike, for example, Beethoven, Brahms did not reinvent his art repeatedly in response to personal emotional crises, but rather found his essential compositional voice while in his mid-20s, and developed it in more of an evolutionary than a revolutionary fashion. Symphonies and Other Gems You discover that Brahms, with a perfectionist's fanatical zeal, wrote, rewrote, and ultimately destroyed more than 20 string quartets before publishing a pair of exceptionally exquisite pieces at the age of 40, breathing new life into the old bones of an exacting chamber music form. You explore why Brahms took 21 years to complete his first symphony-immediately hailed as "Beethoven's Tenth"-and then produced three more in less than a decade. You find that Brahms single-handedly started a second "golden symphonic age" by inspiring younger composers such as Mahler, Bruckner, Sibelius, Elgar, and Dvorák. Brahms found unique ways of combining rigor and formal complexity of older Classical and even Baroque genres and forms (sonata, theme and variations, rondo) with melodic inventiveness, harmonic sophistication, and expressive richness prized in the Romantic Age. Brahms's Early Life: Barroom Pianist Brahms was born in the red-light district of Hamburg on May 7, 1833. He began taking music lessons at age 4 and by age 8 showed great potential as a pianist. His parents hired him out to play in the bars and brothels of Hamburg. As a teenager, Brahms grew into a solitary young man who spent time composing, giving lessons, and playing piano in respectable establishments. Brahms had grown to love and admire traditional German music and sound compositional technique, exemplified in the music of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven. In his late teens, Brahms was exposed to Hungarian gypsy music and met a Hungarian refugee named Eduard Rimenyi. In 1853, Brahms and Rimenyi decided to go on tour and make contacts. Within seven months, Brahms met Joseph Joachim and Clara and Robert Schumann, all of whom would become close friends, and Brahms himself would be hailed as the future of German music. Brahms and the Schumanns Robert Schumann used his influence to have Brahms's first pieces published, including the Piano Sonata in C Major, the Piano Sonata in F-sharp Minor, and the E-flat Minor Scherzo, and Brahms returned to Hamburg to begin building his career. Robert's psychotic breakdown called Brahms back to the Schumann household in 1854. He stayed there to offer emotional support to Clara and began work on a violent, angst-filled piece that would eventually become his Piano Concerto no. 1 in D Minor. Brahms and Clara fell in love, but Brahms was unable to act on his feelings, even after Robert's death in the summer of 1856. Brahms as Wanderer For the next several years, Brahms took various appointments and traveled but refused to commit himself to a long-term professional position. His Piano Concerto in D Minor was premiered in Leipzig in 1859, with disastrous results. He finally stumbled into a position as a choral conductor and composer in Hamburg that would prove to be the key to his musical maturity. By 1860, Brahms had achieved his mature compositional style. We see this combination in his Piano Quartet in G Minor from 1861. His mother died in 1864, leaving Brahms grief stricken but moved to compose his longest and perhaps most personal work, A German Requiem. Brahms, the String Quartet, and his Symphonic Nerve The years 1865-1870 were compositionally productive for Brahms, but he was still terrified at the prospect of writing a symphony. He occupied himself almost exclusively with vocal music, writing, among many other works, the "Cradle Song," probably his most recognized piece, and the magnificent Requiem. In 1871, Brahms accepted the position of director of the Society of the Friends of Music in Vienna, where he was free to study and conduct the music he chose, including that of Handel, Bach, and Beethoven, along with Mendelssohn and Schumann. After seven years of concentrating on vocal music, Brahms again turned to orchestral composition, producing his Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn and the String Quartets in C Minor and A Minor. In 1875, Brahms resigned his directorship, freeing himself to complete his Symphony no. 1 in C Minor. Brahms's First Symphony is a brilliant example of his synthesis of Romantic melody, harmony, and spirit with Classical discipline and formal structures. During this period, Brahms was rich and famous, comfortably ensconced in the artistic life of Vienna, and producing one genuine masterwork after another, including his Second Symphony, the Violin Concerto in D Major, and the monumental Piano Concerto no. 2 in B-flat Major. The Final Years As Brahms reached his 50s he was still producing prodigious amounts of music. His Third and Fourth Symphonies come from this period, along with songs, sonatas, a Trio in C Major, and the Double Concerto for Violin and 'Cello. When his lifelong friend Clara Schumann died in 1896, Brahms was devastated. His own health deteriorated, and he died of liver cancer in 1897. "His legacy to us is a lifetime of extraordinary craft and artistic beauty without an inferior piece in the collection," notes Professor Greenberg. Works you'll hear in the lectures are excerpted from: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major, op. 77 (1878) Piano Concerto no. 1 in D Minor, op. 15 (1859) A German Requiem, op. 45 (1865) Horn Trio in E-flat Major, op. 40 (1865) Songs, op. 49, Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) (1868) Symphony no. 1 in C Minor, op. 68 (1876) Symphony no. 2 in D Major, op. 73 (1877) Piano Concerto no. 2 in B-flat Major, op. 83 (1881) Symphony no. 3 in F Major, op. 90 (1883) Symphony no. 4 in E Minor, op. 98 (1885) Quintet for Strings in G Major, op. 111 (1890) Waltz, op. 39, no. 15 (1865) Quartet for Four Voices and Piano, Neckereien (Teasing), op. 31, no. 2 (1859) Serenade in D Major, op. 11 (1858) Variations on a Theme by Haydn, op. 56a (1873) String Quartet in C Minor, op. 51, no. 1 (1873) Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  7. Sara Ivanhoe - Crunch Candlelight Yoga DVDRip | English | MP4 | 706 x 480 | AVC ~1510 kbps | 29.970 fps AAC | 160 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 01:00:06 | 719 MB Genre: eLearning Video / Yoga, Health Soothing Yoga for Stress Relief and Relaxation You'll unwind and drain your tension away with this soothing, restorative yoga program. In just forty minutes, melt anxiety into tranquility with yoga postures specifically chosen to release tension, increase strength, improve balance, and enhance flexi-bility. Don't let the candles fool you; you can do this workout any time as a personal "pick me up." The emphasis on breathing and meditation will help you feel recharged and renewed; it may even help you sleep better. also You can look my other last: Yoga-posts Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  8. Projects in MongoDB - Learn MongoDB Building Ten Projects WEBRip | English | MP4 | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~203 kbps | 30 fps AAC | 128 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 12:00:19 | 2.31 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Development, Programming A Comprehensive Course to Learn MongoDB By Developing Ten Professional Projects. The most authoritative and comprehensive course on MongoDB is here. This tutorial forms the last of our MEAN project series which covered Nodejs, Angular and Express n earlier project based courses which received tremendous response from our community worldwide. The MongoDB is the world's most popular cross platform NoSQL database. Powered by JSON like document schemas it makes lot of data oriented operations relaible and faster. Few of the popular features which makes it one of the hottest technology are listed below: It allows Adhoc queries. It provides sharding based load balancing. It can also be used as a File system Any field is MongoDB can be indexed It also allows server side javascript application.. This course also follows our project based pedagogy and you will learn MongoDB while building real projects and will create fully functional system based on this amazing technology. We have also used lot of server side javascript in all our projects so you can expect to get a lot more than just MongoDb in this course. So lets get started and let MongoDB show you what it got.. What are the requirements? Student should have a basic understanding of javascript and NoSQL schema What am I going to get from this course? Over 67 lectures and 12 hours of content! Build Web Solutions using MongoDB Learn to harness full power of document oriented schema Use server side javascript with mongoDB Learn best practices for NoSQL development Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  9. Great Masters - Robert and Clara Schumann - Their Lives and Music 8xWEBRip | English | AVI + PDF Guide | 640 x 480 | XviD ~736 kbps | 29.970 fps MP3 | 125 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 06:14:33 | 2.29 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Biography, Music In this course by Professor Robert Greenberg you meet the Schumanns-brilliant, gifted, troubled, and unique in the history of music. Robert Schumann (1810-1856) and his wife Clara Wieck Schumann (1819-1896) have earned a distinct place in the annals of Western music. As a couple with a two-career marriage-he as a pioneering critic and composer, she as one of the leading concert pianists of Europe-they were highly exceptional in their own time though they seem very contemporary in ours. Great Critic, Great Composer-Coupled with a Great Pianist Robert Schumann is unique by virtue of being the only great composer who was also a great critic. His contributions to the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik (New Journal for Music), the periodical he founded in 1834, made him far better known originally as a writer than composer. It also gave him a platform from which he could champion the Romantic ideas that informed his own works and recognize the geniuses of his time, including Chopin, Mendelssohn, Brahms, and Franz Liszt. The Zeitschrift would go down in history as one of the most important musical periodicals of the 19th century. Robert was its leading voice for 10 years, until depression and ill health led him to sell it in 1844. When he returned to print again nine years later it was a memorable occasion, for he broke his long silence to hail the gifts of a brilliant but thus far unknown young composer from Hamburg, Johannes Brahms. This essay proved a mixed blessing for Brahms, but it clearly showed the quality of Robert's critical judgment. It came at the beginning of a close friendship between Brahms and the Schumann family. This friendship endured through the difficult years when Clara had to concertize continually to support her children after Robert's death-a story that Professor Greenberg details in his Great Masters lectures on the life and music of Brahms. Clara was one of the most famous pianists and acclaimed touring musicians in Europe at a time when women of her class were rarely encouraged to pursue careers outside the home. She was also a composer of no small talent, though her family commitments and touring schedule kept her from developing her compositional gifts as fully as she might have. The songs that she did compose with Robert's encouragement show great promise, however. During this lecture series you will hear two of Clara's songs and one of her piano works. An Extraordinary Marriage Clara was the only daughter of Friedrich Wieck, a tyrannical yet innovative piano teacher. His methods may have caused the crippling hand injury that ended Robert's own dreams of becoming a piano virtuoso and caused him to turn decisively toward writing and composing as his way of making an impact on the art of his time. Clara first met her future husband when he was 18 and she was only 9. The two fell in love when Robert was 25 and she was 16-five years after her public-performance debut on the stage of the Gewandhaus in her native Leipzig. After a dramatic, intrigue-filled courtship that included smuggled letters, secret meetings, and a lawsuit brought by Clara against her outraged father, the couple would marry when Robert was 30 and Clara was a day short of her 21st birthday. Their alliance would result in eight children and was a loving one, though not without its tensions. Clara had been raised to be a star on the concert stage, not a wife and mother, and Robert did not always find it comfortable to be the husband of a woman whose fame and earning power exceeded his own, or to endure the slights he sometimes received while making the concert rounds with her. And Clara was not only the main breadwinner of a growing family, but the wife of an emotionally unstable man who alternated between manic bouts of awesome creativity (he once wrote an entire symphony in four days) and terrifying fits of depression, exacerbating the worsening effects of the syphilis that would eventually kill him. Triumph amid Adversity Despite his illness and instability, Robert Schumann triumphed over adversity by leaving behind a magnificent legacy of compositions and insights into music that you will explore in these lectures. He began as a writer of exquisite, often literature-inspired works for piano or piano and voice such as Papillons (1831), Carnaval (1835), Arabesque (1839), and Frauenliebe und Leben (1840). He succeeded, with Clara's indispensable encouragement, in combining his taste for "program music" (instrumental works inspired by and intended to bring literature to life) with the strict compositional technique and abstract content required to write chamber and orchestral music-the kind of "stand-alone" works that critics call "absolute music." Thus Robert was able, in the wonderful "symphonic year" of 1841, to step out from beneath the long shadow cast by Beethoven's symphonies and make his own mark in this form with his First Symphony in B-flat Major, to be followed by three more by 1851. In the second half of 1842, Robert turned his energies to chamber music and produced three string quartets as well as a piano quartet and piano quintet, all of which remain among the most enduring works in the chamber repertoire. Music was, for the Romantic 19th century, truly the ultimate art form, and Robert Schumann, according to Professor Greenberg, represents its Romantic quintessence. "Of all the early Romantic composers, it is Robert Schumann even more than Hector Berlioz whose music stands as the quintessence of the Romantic ideal-an art that combines music and literary storytelling in pursuit of the fullest possible degree of expression. It tended to strike contemporaries-including, in this case, even Schumann's wife, Clara-with its originality, its personal character, and its willingness to test aesthetic limits." Works you'll hear in the lectures are excerpted from: Robert Schumann's Works: Papillons (Butterflies), op. 2 (1831) Carnaval, op. 9 (1835) Symphony no. 1 in B-flat Major (Spring), op. 38 (1841) Piano Quintet in E-flat, op. 44 (1842) Das Paradies und die Peri (Paradise and the Peri), oratorio (1843) Piano Concerto in A Minor, op. 54 (1845) Concert Piece for Four Horns and Orchestra, op. 86 (1849) Symphony no. 3 in E-flat Major, op. 97, Rhenish (1850) "An Anna" (1828) Symphony in G Minor, WoO 29, Zwickau (1832) Kreisleriana, op. 16 (1838) Arabesque, op. 18 (1839) Frauenliebe und Leben (Woman's Love and Life), op. 42 (1840) Symphony no. 2 in C Major, op. 61 (1846) Theme in E-flat Major (1854) Clara Schumann's Works: Walzer (1834) Soirées Musicales, op. 6 (1836) Am Strand (Musing on the Roaring Ocean) (1840). Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  10. Great Masters - Beethoven - His Life and Music 8xWEBRip | English | AVI + PDF Guide | 512 x 384 | XviD ~872 kbps | 29.970 fps MP3 | 128 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 06:04:50 | 2.47 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Biography, Music Ludwig van Beethoven was one of the most prolific and inspiring forces in the history of music. With his brilliant compositions and his unique approach to the piano, he changed the face of western concert music forever. After Beethoven nothing could ever be the same again. This course by Professor Robert Greenberg is a biographical and musical study of Beethoven . It puts the great musician's life in a social, political, and cultural context. First and foremost, it is a biographical study, and includes excerpts from more than a dozen of Beethoven's works.You will learn about Beethoven's: Dysfunctional family life and relationships with his mother, father, paternal grandfather, and brothers Musical training, especially his unique approach to the piano Appearance and attitude Celebrity in music- and piano-crazed Vienna Compositional successes including symphonies, piano sonatas, and string quartets, among many others Hearing loss and the crisis of 1802 Delusions and his relationship with his nephew Karl. You learn about the core features of some of his greatest music, but without the detailed, technical analyses in the courses The Symphonies of Beethoven, or in the Concert Masterworks series, wherein Professor Greenberg discusses Beethoven's Emperor Concerto and Violin Concerto. Reinventing Musical Expression in the Western World Beethoven's appearance was somewhat off-putting. He was short with a thick body and an unusually large head, covered with his famous wild hair. Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig Rellstab, a journalist, music critic, and contemporary of Beethoven's, described his hair as "Not frizzy, not straight, but a mixture of everything." Beethoven was physically clumsy; he was liable to knock over or break anything he touched. He could not keep time when dancing and had problems cutting and shaping the quill pens he needed for writing. Beethoven exhibited a pathological hatred for authority, a persecution complex, and delusional behaviors. With his deafness, these problems forced him to look inward and reinvent himself. In doing so, he reinvented the nature of musical expression in the Western world. An Artist of Musical Transformations Beethoven experienced "rebirth" as an artist three times over the course of his life. Intense Composition He was born December 17, 1770, into a dysfunctional family with an abusive and alcoholic father and a depressed mother. His musical talent was recognized early, but his father attempted to beat him into becoming a child prodigy to rival Mozart. It was a futile attempt; there could only be one Mozart. By 1785, the young Beethoven was the family breadwinner and, in 1787, the primary caregiver for his younger brothers. In 1789, he sought and was granted some relief from these responsibilities from local authorities and experienced his first musical rebirth. It was for him a time of intense composition. He wrote five sets of piano variations, ballet music, concert arias, chamber works for piano and winds, and two cantatas for vocal soloists, chorus, and orchestra. Pianist and Hero When he moved to Vienna to study with Haydn in 1792, Beethoven "was living with a reputation as a virtuoso pianist in a city that was mad for pianists," says Professor Greenberg. "He outplayed virtually every other pianist in the city in competitions and became the darling of the Viennese aristocracy. During this same time, he took lessons with Haydn, although his dislike of authority figures made most music lessons a waste of time." These early years in Vienna were also significant for his compositional career. From 1792-1803, he produced, among many other works, the Opus 1 Trios for Piano, Violin, and 'Cello; the Opus 18 string quartets; and the Symphony no. 1 in C Major. Meanwhile, his popularity outside Vienna increased. In 1801, Beethoven's career and finances were flourishing, but he was in poor health. His hearing loss was becoming progressively worse, and he grew more and more depressed and anxious. His emotional crisis reached a peak in 1802-but served as the creative catharsis that brought about a second musical rebirth a year later, in a self-sufficient and heroic guise, struggling against his fate. He took as a model for this new self-image Napoleon Bonaparte, who at the time, represented a vision of individualism and empowerment. Beethoven's music reflects this vision in its insistence on expressing the heights and depths of the artist's emotions. His Symphony no. 3 in E-flat Major, op. 55, for example, was revolutionary in its proportions and dramatic expressive content. This first of the "Heroic Symphonies" changed the history of Western music. During this compositional period from 1803-1812,Beethoven produced masterworks: the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Symphonies; the Violin Concerto; the Choral Fantasy; the Fourth and Fifth Piano Concerti; the five middle string quartets; the Mass in C Major; and the opera Fidelio. But toward the end of this period, Beethoven experienced a short affair with the mysterious "Immortal Beloved," an episode that ultimately precipitated his fall into despair and public ridicule. In his youth, Beethoven had been irrationally possessive and jealous of his brothers. So when his brother Carl died, Beethoven transferred these feelings to his nephew Karl and pursued four years of destructive litigation to gain guardianship of the boy. "Modern" Works and the Ninth Symphony In 1819, Beethoven used events, once again, as a catalyst for an artistic rebirth. In the last years of his life, he wrote many of his most profound, most "modern" works, including the six late string quartets, the Ninth Symphony, and the Missa Solemnis. Beethoven's Symphony no. 9 became the single most influential piece of music composed in the 19th century. The work breaks with time-honored conventions and distinctions to give precedence to the expressive needs and desires of the artist. During these years, Beethoven was consumed by his craft, but socially, he was still difficult with friends, family, and business associates. An "Impossible" Composer Beethoven died March 26, 1827. At the end of his life he had managed a reconciliation with his family and was given an affectionate tribute by the Viennese people. When Gioacchino Rossini met Beethoven in 1822, he was stunned by the squalor of his apartment and the sadness of the artist himself. As Frances Toye tells the story, "Later, Rossini tried to do something for Beethoven, himself heading a subscription list. To no purpose, however. The answer [the Viennese gave] was always the same: Beethoven is impossible.'" Works you'll hear in the lectures are excerpted from: Symphony no. 7 in A Major, op. 92 (1812) Missa Solemnis in D Major, op. 123 (1823) Symphony no. 8 in F Major, op. 93 (1812) Wellington's Victory, op. 91 (1813) Piano Sonata in B-flat Major, op. 106 (1818) Piano Sonata in C Major, op. 53 (1804) Symphony no. 3 in E-flat Major, op. 55 (1805) String Quartet no. 7 in F Major, op. 59, no. 1 (1806) String Quartet no. 9 in C Major, op. 59, no. 3 (1806) Symphony no. 6 in F Major, op. 68 (1808) Piano Concerto no. 4 in G Major, op. 58 (1806) Symphony no. 5 in C Minor, op. 67 (1808) Symphony no. 9 in D Minor, op. 125 (1824) Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  11. Up and Running with Genesis for WordPress Duration: 0h 52m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 150 MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English Whether you're a novice or an advanced developer, Genesis provides the foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. Because Genesis is much more than a mere WordPress theme; it's an underlying framework of immaculate code that offers three important benefits: SEO, security, and a huge selection of design options. Learn how to get up and running with Genesis in these tutorials from Carrie Dils. She'll show you how to configure the basic settings, from selecting a layout to enabling ; create menus and add them to your site; choose a homepage; and work with popular widgets. She also offers a few tips for when you're ready to take WordPress further with search engine optimization (SEO) and templates. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/EE672B32B703C5A/78yvh.U.a.R.w.G.f.WP.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/1eed13293c61742641b544169e01cb20/78yvh.U.a.R.w.G.f.WP.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/48194bkq4til/78yvh.U.a.R.w.G.f.WP.2017.rar
  12. Up and Running with Ember.js MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 2 Hours 46M | 495 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Ember.js is a javascript framework for creating robust, complex web apps while writing very little code. Ember's attraction lies in its built-in template library and rich feature set, which seems to grow almost every day. Understanding the core concepts behind Ember will help you use it now-no matter what enhancements are added in the future. So join Kai Gittens as he introduces Ember's routers, templates, and models, and shows how to use templates to create simple pages and dynamically load content using components and Ember Data. Let our training light the spark of learning, and get up and running with Ember today. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/7FA3DCC4030430D/n3d2m.U.a.R.w.E.j.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/2be65ece0fb9c2bc8792ada682ba1574/n3d2m.U.a.R.w.E.j.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/ny2y2lsxoejh/n3d2m.U.a.R.w.E.j.2017.rar
  13. Steve Trovato's - 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know DATA-DVD | English | MP4 + MP3 jam tracks | 864 x 486 | AVC ~1107 kbps | 29.970 fps AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | ~3 hours | 1.32 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson An inspiring collection of voodoo blues lines, rhythms and artist-inspired licks "Let me live 'neath your spell. Do do that voodoo that you do so well." Cole Porter didn't play guitar but he did recognize the power of voodoo. Thankfully Steve Trovato not only plays guitar but is also a highly respected educator and witch doctor of the blues. []Mix up equal portions of Trovato's Jumbo Gumbo, Mamba Juice, Hell Hound elixir and Tiger's Blood and then buckle up for frequent out-of-body experiences where your hands start doing things on the fretboard that your head only dreamed of doing before. That's the kind of voodoo you'll do after digging into Trovato's 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know. Trovato's unique, signature style is blues-based and heavily spiced with country, rockabilly, twang, rock and jazz influences. 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know extends the key learnings presented in his best-selling Voodoo Blues course with an expanded blues vocabulary of licks inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jeff Beck, Eric Johnson, Robben Ford, John Mayer, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Danny Gatton and many other witch doctors of the blues. Work through these 50 Voodoo Blues potions and you'll pick up new and highly engaging ways to incorporate hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, double-stops, double-stop bends, gathering bends, ghost notes, open string licks, chromatic licks, pentatonics, the famous B.B. King gliss and Steve's proprietary Voodoo Blues scale into your blues wheelhouse. All of the licks are presented in context over a rhythm track, which you'll later use to practice with. Steve first performs the example and then breaks it down for you note-by-note, technique-by-technique. All of the examples are tabbed, notated and also formatted as Power Tab and Guitar Pro files. 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know is a mesmerizing, contextual, hands-on and highly-effective study program for blues players. You'll have a blast working with the material and every practice session will yield immediate results. Get your voodoo on! DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/E96AD425B4E57D0/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part1.rarhttp://nitroflare.com/view/045782F83402874/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part2.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/84031c8c36d224243c93223377fc13b4/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part1.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/d3bc303f13d23cb8f5f4fc365ec74c24/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part2.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/7qoq13br7qdt/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part1.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/guekhp5l8hcq/gex8d.S.T.50.V.B.L.Y.MUST.K.2017.part2.rar
  14. Lynda - Tableau 10 Essential Training (updated May , 2017) Size: 609 MB | Duration: 4h 41m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English Tableau is the widely used data analytics and visualization tool that many consider indispensable for data-science-related work. Tableau is the widely used data analytics and visualization tool that many consider indispensable for data-science-related work. Its drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to sort, compare, and analyze data from multiple sources, including Excel, SQL Server, and cloud-based data repositories. Tableau 10: Essential Training explains everything you need to know to analyze and display data using Tableau Desktop-and make better, more data-driven decisions for your company. After completing the course, you'll be able to install Tableau, connect to data sources, summarize data, and create, manipulate, and share data visualizations, including highlight tables, charts, scatter Descriptions, histograms, maps, dashboards, and more. * Managing data sources and visualizations * Managing Tableau worksheets and workbooks * Creating custom calculations and fields * Analyzing data using statistical tools * Sorting and filtering Tableau data * Defining groups and sets * Creating and pivoting crosstabs * Formatting Tableau visualizations * Creating basic charts * Annotating and formatting charts * Mapping geographic data * Creating dashboard and actions DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/9795B6631E85CEA/nwp3q.L.T.10.E.T.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/7800fe7a7c269681554ce27701674c40/nwp3q.L.T.10.E.T.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/3e2nrf5hx62d/nwp3q.L.T.10.E.T.2017.rar
  15. Lynda - React Native Ecosystem and Workflow (updated May 2017) Size: 179 MB | Duration: 1h 3m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English React Native makes it easy to develop applications and then deploy them natively to multiple mobile platforms. React Native makes it easy to develop applications and then deploy them natively to multiple mobile platforms. That said, building a complete app means looking beyond React Native to the different options that can help you customize your workflow. In this course, Emmanuel Henri takes you on a tour of some of the most commonly used React Native features. To begin, he shines a spotlight on some of the React Native UI libraries. Next, he reviews development resources and shows a few different backend options for your project. To wrap up, he provides an overview of the different testing and deployment options available to you. * Exploring icons for React Native * Using NativeBase * Exploring the forms library for React Native * Exploring full-stack frameworks and the Deco IDE * Reviewing backend options for a React Native project * Using different testing libraries * Deploying your app to the Apple App Store and Google Play DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/786661B10BB32C9/y4mqg.L.R.N.E.a.W.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/30b60121e7de12a3830d60f03dc089a1/y4mqg.L.R.N.E.a.W.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/lxrl4unuaf2h/y4mqg.L.R.N.E.a.W.2017.rar
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  17. Lightroom 5: 06 Creating Web Galleries Duration: 0h 34m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 1ch | 722MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English Learn how to create and publish web galleries featuring your own photographic images. Lightroom makes it easy. Tim Grey shows you how. Find out how to choose a template, adjust color and appearance settings, add valuable image information, and export and publish your gallery. In under an hour, you can learn how to get a gallery online. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/63CF39D2EFF1D09/8n2xc.L.5.06.C.W.G.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/975bcfa51f5648bbb9bb1431c4476bd1/8n2xc.L.5.06.C.W.G.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/6vv1mtbpqe58/8n2xc.L.5.06.C.W.G.2017.rar
  18. Joe Dalton's - Fretboard Epiphanies DATA-DVD | English | MP4 + PDF Guides | 854 x 480 | AVC ~1100 kbps | 29.970 fps AAC 128 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | ~2 hours | 1.06 GB Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson Guitaristic Theory, Creative Chord Shapes and Harmonic Fretboard Secrets Revealed Whatever your level of play, whatever your preferred style, and whatever you know or don't know about theory - we guarantee at least two dozen monumental aha moments herein for acoustic and electric guitar players alike. Fretboard Epiphanies is an eclectic mix of theory, harmony, chord tricks, tricky licks and even a few "amazing" full-length arrangements (one of them worth the price of admission alone). What ties it all together? Everything you learn will spark dozens of fresh, creative ideas. Fretboard Epiphanies is the ultimate rut buster. A bona fide master of Nashville-style guitar and monster session player, Joe Dalton is the guitarist's guitarist. He's also a much sought-after instructor and has been teaching pros for the last two decades. As you can imagine, his guitaristic trick bag overfloweth and that's what Fretboard Epiphanies draws so effectively upon. Dalton's "epiphanies" show you how to take full advantage of the guitar's unique harmonic and physical characteristics to create an extremely versatile palette of sounds, textures, motifs, moods, melodies and grooves. You'll find that most of the grips in Fretboard Epiphanies are familiar and super accessible - but the application of those moves is what will have you grinning ear-to-ear. Joe kicks off the course with a bit of basic theory that you might even already know - but this simple theory unlocks key principals. This fires up a series of epiphanies based around the E Major scale with Diatonic Triads on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th strings. Joe continues with cool moves utilizing drones and bass notes, and then reveals similar "epiphanies" in the key of A Major. Melodic development in both of these keys cap this set of lessons. Fretted notes with drones followed by D Diatonic tricks of the trade and some Drop-D tuning moves continue the adventure with similar wow impact. Dalton then shows you a bit of magic with the good ole E, D, and A chords. Non-harmonic tones, upper and lower neighbors, simple but highly effective embellishments, and a few ideas for creating songs will likewise captivate your imagination and fretboard skills. Then the coup de grace - five arrangements, each worthy of nailing just for your own repertoire, but each also chock-full of epiphanies you can apply in thousands of tunes, across virtually any style. These arrangements for Laura's Song, Song for Ally & Julie, Silent Night, Wayfaring Stranger and Amazing Grace will blow you away. Amazing Grace however, is a course of study on its own as Dalton applies a new set of embellishments with each new chorus. Whether you flat pick or go fingerstyle, unplugged or electrified, Fretboard Epiphanies is a candy store for we of the six-string. If you've got a sweet tooth for creative indulgence, there's enough here to feed you for a very, very long time. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/2C46A92C444F724/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part1.rarhttp://nitroflare.com/view/5C0F8F0B4162570/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part2.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/9a60de3cd05c20dc228965a0456d3f72/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part1.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/d44c408b8b3d209276b73cc2b14238c8/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part2.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/k6pblxje42iq/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part1.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/0sb6zubpv37q/lb29g.J.D.F.E.2017.part2.rar
  19. Data Visualization with D3.js Duration: 3h 20m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 570 MB Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English Creating data-driven visualizations and infographics that run on multiple devices responsively is a tough challenge. The D3.js library has revolutionized visualization by making it easier to parse your data and add meaningful interactivity. All you need to bring your data to life is D3, plus a bit of HTML, CSS, and javascript, and some SVG graphics. In this course staff author Ray Villalobos explores how the D3 library works, and how you can use it to parse data from different sources and create interactive, visually exciting infographics and visualizations. He'll review the basics-controlling HTML with jQuery-esque selections and customizing attributes with D3's CSS-like language-before moving on to working with SVG graphics, the best choice for graphics in D3 visualizations. He'll also cover working with D3 methods like scaling, events, transitions, and animations; data manipulation (including connecting to external data sources); and creating different types of layouts, including a draggable force-driven layout. DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/156EE284277F103/ni0kd.D.V.w.D3.j.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/f1fbf0668525ab307df751de649322a1/ni0kd.D.V.w.D3.j.2017.rarhttp://uploadrocket.net/g1r2jdv1j0js/ni0kd.D.V.w.D3.j.2017.rar
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  21. Get Started With React Native .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 1.2 hours | 789 MB Instructor: Markus Muhlberger Mobile app users expect the performance and features that can only be supplied by native app development. But going native often means that you have to develop your app for multiple platforms. React Native, created by Facebook, bridges this gap by letting you write your user interface in modern javascript and automatically transforming it into native platform-specific views. In this course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Markus Muhlberger will teach you how to write mobile apps in React Native. You will learn how to create, lay out and style components, provide user interaction, and integrate third-party components into your app. Along the way, you'll build a cool cross-platform run tracking app! DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/9F03FB834650261/gwoh5.G.S.W.R.N.2017.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/87c887b76fe8f569cf1faa7b24e2eecd/gwoh5.G.S.W.R.N.2017.rar
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  23. Lynda - Tableau 10 Essential Training (updated May , 2017) Size: 609 MB | Duration: 4h 41m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English Tableau is the widely used data analytics and visualization tool that many consider indispensable for data-science-related work. Tableau is the widely used data analytics and visualization tool that many consider indispensable for data-science-related work. Its drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to sort, compare, and analyze data from multiple sources, including Excel, SQL Server, and cloud-based data repositories. Tableau 10: Essential Training explains everything you need to know to analyze and display data using Tableau Desktop-and make better, more data-driven decisions for your company. After completing the course, you'll be able to install Tableau, connect to data sources, summarize data, and create, manipulate, and share data visualizations, including highlight tables, charts, scatter Descriptions, histograms, maps, dashboards, and more. * Managing data sources and visualizations * Managing Tableau worksheets and workbooks * Creating custom calculations and fields * Analyzing data using statistical tools * Sorting and filtering Tableau data * Defining groups and sets * Creating and pivoting crosstabs * Formatting Tableau visualizations * Creating basic charts * Annotating and formatting charts * Mapping geographic data * Creating dashboard and actions Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  24. Lynda - React Native Ecosystem and Workflow (updated May 2017) Size: 179 MB | Duration: 1h 3m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English React Native makes it easy to develop applications and then deploy them natively to multiple mobile platforms. React Native makes it easy to develop applications and then deploy them natively to multiple mobile platforms. That said, building a complete app means looking beyond React Native to the different options that can help you customize your workflow. In this course, Emmanuel Henri takes you on a tour of some of the most commonly used React Native features. To begin, he shines a spotlight on some of the React Native UI libraries. Next, he reviews development resources and shows a few different backend options for your project. To wrap up, he provides an overview of the different testing and deployment options available to you. * Exploring icons for React Native * Using NativeBase * Exploring the forms library for React Native * Exploring full-stack frameworks and the Deco IDE * Reviewing backend options for a React Native project * Using different testing libraries * Deploying your app to the Apple App Store and Google Play Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  25. Lynda - Learning Genesis for WordPress (updated May , 2017) Size: 157 MB | Duration: 0h 55m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English Whether you're a novice or an advanced developer, Genesis provides the foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. Whether you're a novice or an advanced developer, Genesis provides the foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. Because Genesis is much more than a mere WordPress theme; it's an underlying framework of immaculate code that offers three important benefits: SEO, security, and a huge selection of design options. Learn how to get up and running with Genesis in these tutorials from Carrie Dils. She'll show you how to configure the basic settings, from selecting a layout to enabling comments; create menus and add them to your site; choose a homepage; and work with popular widgets. She also offers a few tips for when you're ready to take WordPress further with search engine optimization (SEO) and templates. * What is Genesis? * Which files make up a child theme? * Setting up navigation options, breadcrumbs, and comments * Adding custom header and footer scripts * Working with menus * Working with the Featured Post and Featured Page widgets * Using the Genesis Import/Export feature Download link: Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction