Design Patterns Bootcamp
Join Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson, co-authors of the industry’s “go to” book for learning design patterns, Head First Design Patterns, in a two-day course on the fundamentals of patterns. You’ll learn soup to nuts about patterns and everything you need to understand them and use them in your own code. You’ll also get a great overview of the object-oriented principles behind all patterns, and the foundational patterns from the Gang of Four.
Dates so far in 2020: January 22, 23; February 26, 27; March 24, 25; April 29, 20; with more to come.
Design Patterns Bootcamp, II
Join Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson, co-authors of the industry’s “go to” book for learning design patterns, Head First Design Patterns, in this one-day course on design patterns, a part two to Design Patterns Bootcamp. You’ll learn even more patterns and what you need to understand them and use them in your own code. This course is a follow on to the successful Design Patterns Bootcamp course, so be sure to take that one first.
Dates so far in 2020: Jan 9, Feb 11, March 12, April 16, with more to come.
Foundations of Design Patterns
Design patterns are reusable solutions that solve the challenges software developers face over and over again. Rather than reinventing the wheel, learn how to make use of these proven and tested patterns that will make your software more reliable and flexible to change. This course will introduce you to design patterns and take you through seven of the most used object-oriented patterns that will make your development faster and easier. Elisabeth Robson and Eric Freeman, coauthors of Head First Design Patterns, join forces to provide an overview of each pattern and examples of the pattern in action. Featured design patterns include the strategy, observer, decorator, singleton, collection, state, and factory method patterns. Updated in 2019!
Available: Anytime to lynda.com and LinkedIn Training members
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Build the Game of Life
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At the end of the course you’ll have a fully functional and interactive data visualization of the NOAA data, and some new skills you can apply to your own data too.
How to Visualize Data with D3
At the end of the course you’ll have completed a data visualization of the NASA data, and have some new skills you can apply to your own data too.
How to Visualize Data with R
Welcome to How to Visualize Data with R. In this project, join Elisabeth Robson to learn how to use the R programming language and RStudio to visualize data. Elisabeth will take you through building a visualization using data downloaded from the US National Weather Service. You’ll learn how to use R to read data from a CSV file, inspect and understand data and data frames, and use the plot() and ggplot() functions to create data visualizations. Along the way you’ll learn from the ground up how to use R and RStudio, including how to create and run an R script, basic R data types and values, how to create a scatter plot graph, how linear regression works, and how to install and use an R package.
At the end of the course you’ll have completed a data visualization of the weather data, and have some new skills you can apply to your own data too.
Learn the basics of the ES6 Map data structure and then follow along as we build an application to read CSV data into an array, and then combine data by year into a Map to find the average of values by year. By the end of this course, you’ll be using Map like a pro!