Today’s Free Udemy Courses are; Docker Course for Beginners(34$ to Free), The Complete Computer Basics Guide for Beginners: 2022(249$ to Free), Introduction to Microservices(34$ to Free) and Building Android Widgets from Scratch(24$ to Free)
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Free Udemy Courses – 5 June 2022
Docker Course for Beginners
Containerization of the applications is going on in the full swing across the IT industry. Docker’s course covers the fundamental concepts of Docker containers. Along with the concepts it also covers the most useful commands related to container management, image management, and Dockerfile. After studying this course one would be ready to dive deeper into the world of container orchestration.
Docker’s course becomes the necessary prerequisite for learning Docker Swarm and Kubernetes.
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The Complete Computer Basics Guide for Beginners: 2022
The Computer Defined, Data versus Information,
Classification of Computers based on how data is handled (Analog Computers, Digital Computers Hybrid Computers)
Computers for Individual Users or Personal Computers (Desktop Computers,Workstations, Laptops, Notebooks, Tablets, Handheld PCs, Smartphones)
Computers for Organizations (Network Server, Mainframes, Minicomputers, Supercomputers)
Parts of Computer System (Hardware , Software, User and Data)
Information Processing Cycle (Input, Processing, Output, Storage)
Computer Hardware Categorized ( Processing Devices, Memory Devices, Input and Output Devices, Storage Devices, Bus Interconnection)
System Software versus Application Software (Different categories of System and Application Software)
Input Devices ( Mouse, Keyboard, QWERTY keyboard layout and keys explained in detail, Different variants of mouse explained)
Other ways to Input Data ( Pen based input, Touch Screens, Game Controllers i.e. joysticks and game pads)
Other ways to Input Data ( Optical Input Devices i.e. Bar Code Readers, Scanners, Handheld versus Flatbed scanner)
Other ways to Input Data (Audiovisual Input Devices i.e. Microphones, MIDI, Digital Cameras)
Video (Monitors and their types, Video cards explained, Projectors)
Sound ( Sound Systems, Sound Cards, Headphones and Headsets)
Printing (Commonly used printers, High quality printers)
Data Representation in Computers
Transforming Data into Information
Devices that Affect Processing Speed
Advanced Processing Topics
Extending the Processing Power
Microsoft Office 365
Internet and World Wide Web
Major Services Provided by Internet
How the Web works ?
Using the browser to navigate the World Wide Web
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Introduction to Microservices
cloud-native applications microservices-based architecture is used. In this course, I have explained microservices in the simplest possible way. We start with the explanation of traditional architecture such as Monolithic Architecture, then we discuss how it evolved via service-oriented architecture (SOA) to finally microservices architecture. We talk about the benefits and the challenges of these architectures.
In this course, we do NOT cover the microservices-based-frameworks or advanced level of design patterns of microservices.
Who’s teaching you in this course?
I have been working with zekeLabs as a corporate trainer for AWS, Azure, DevOps, Git, Chef, Docker. I had extensive experience in the software industry where I have worked as a senior developer and cloud and DevOps Consultant. As a developer, I worked with Cadence, Aricent Technology in the Telecom domain, and Guavus in the Big Data domain. I was in 2007 batch Computer Science Graduate from NIT Allahabad. I am passionate about technology and education. I have shared my knowledge that gonna guide you to understand the core of Aws.
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Building Android Widgets from Scratch
Learn How to build 8 Android Widgets right from scratch in just 2 hours
If you are an Android developer who has a good understanding of the application basics, then here’s your chance to expand your Android knowledge and move to the next-level in Android development.
In this course, you will learn how to build 8 commonly-used widgets on Android all on your own. The Instructor has opted for a hands-on approach to teaching these concepts.
You will learn how to create a Menu, a Navigational Drawer, a Collapsing Toolbar, and much more.
Who’s teaching you in this course?