PS: All of courses have trainees and date limits. So it can be turn paid course that day.
Free Udemy Course – 13 March 2021
SQL Bootcamp with MySQL, PHP & Python : 5 Courses in 1
The programming language PHP is one of the most popular scripting languages. It is free, open-source, and server-side (the code is executed on the server). And MySQL is another one of the most popular Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that uses Structured Query Language (SQL). The combination of PHP and MySQL gives amazing and cool options to create amazing websites, APIs, web portals, and more.
By completing this course, you will be able to read and write basic and complex SQL queries using MySQL. This course gives you hands-on and practical experience on the world’s most popular RDBMS databases like MySQL. These skills are also applicable to any other RDMBS databases (Like Oracle, MS SQL Server, SQLite, etc). You will do several practical projects with MySQL, PHP & Python.
Learning both SQL is one of the fastest ways to improve your career. Hope this course will be used as a helping hand for your prospective career. Please dig on free preview videos for more information.
Adobe Lightroom Masterclass – Beginner to Expert
Adobe Lightroom is a powerful, intuitive program used for enhancing, organizing, and editing your photos. Users can render enhancements on everything from smartphone photos to raw DSLR images. This course explores many of the exciting features this program offers. Take a look at just a brief summary of the course content below.
Section 1: Introduction
Students are provided with an overview of learning objectives and some of the key features that the course will explore.
Section 2: Fundamentals
Students learn to create and configure catalog settings and Lightroom preferences. We also introduce students to the Import Dialog and many of the important customization presets that can be applied to images. This includes file handling, file renaming procedures, metadata presets and other import options.
Section 3: File Formats and Color Space
This section provides an in-depth overview of file formats and color spaces relevant to photography and Lightroom. We explore the various pros and cons of compressed vs. RAW data formats. Students learn to effectively work with color profiles intended for both screen and print publishing. We provide a comparison of key color spaces including, sRGB, Adobe RGB, ProPhoto RGB, CMYK and Lab Color.
Students also learn to configure Lightroom’s External application list, to export and edit images from Lightroom to third party applications.
Section 4: Basic Configuration
Students learn to customize and configure the Lightroom interface using the preferences panel, identity plates and image watermarks.
Section 5: Library Module
This section introduces students to one of the most important modules in Lightroom, the Library. Here, students will import a gallery of images into Lightroom and apply several sorting attributes to filter and organize images. Students learn to work with keywords, keyword sets, color labels, flags, and metadata. From there, students learn to create collection sets, collections, smart collections and custom filtering rules to master advanced filtering techniques.
We also explore automated watch folders, and smart previews to edit images off-location. Students are introduced to the Quick Develop panel to make basic adjustments in the Library module.
Section 6: Develop Module
Students learn to master Lightroom’s Develop module to perform stunning photo enhancements using a number of professional techniques. We start by teaching development presets, creating snapshots and exploring the history panel. From there, we explore screen modes, and different views to edit and compare images while making adjustments.
If your goal is to become a web developer, then this course is perfect for you. It’ll get you started on the right path and give you the knowledge and skills you need to start building beautiful web pages from scratch…
C++ in Detail: Exceptions
This course is about exceptions handling in C++, including 11-17 standards.
You will learn about throwing and catching exceptions, re-throwing and nested exceptions, user-defined and standard exceptions, dynamic exceptions specification, noexcept specifier, noexcept operator.
Moreover, you will also learn exception safety guarantees, concept that will help you write robust code in C++ and other similar languages.
Lectures are provided with references to relevant C++ Core Guidelines about error handling.
Please note that this course is not for complete beginners.