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Xamarin for Absolute Beginners: 1. Introducing Xamarin
 
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If you’re a .NET developer looking to create apps, Xamarin is the perfect tool for you. Xamarin, a tool that plugs in to Visual Studio, allows you take advantage of the skills that you already have to create apps that can work on iOS, Android, and Windows. In this Xamarin training for beginners, learn how to get started. Walk through the installation and setup process, with popular experts Gerry O'Brien and Christopher Harrison, and explore the basics of a Xamarin app. Take a look at a Xamarin project, get the details on using emulators, and go over debugging and deployment. Don't miss this opportunity to get up and running in Xamarin! 1 | Introducing Xamarin Learn what Xamarin is all about and how you can create cross-platform mobile applications. 2 | Installing Xamarin See how to install Xamarin, and get started with app development. 3 | Exploring a Xamarin project Create a new project, and create your first application. 4 | Using emulators Get started with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android emulators. 5 | Debugging Get started with troubleshooting. 6 | Deployment Deploy your app to a device.
Understanding Active Directory: 01 Introduction to Active Directory
 
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This course provides students an introduction to Active Directory server roles in Windows Server. The course is intended for entry level students who want to get familiar with the Active Directory server roles and their basic functionality. Introduction to Active Directory This module provides an overview of the Active Directory roles available in Windows Server. Active Directory Domain Services (DS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Certificate Services (CS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Certificate Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Federation Services (FS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Federation Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Rights Management Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (LDS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services in Windows Server.
Xamarin for Absolute Beginners: 03 Exploring a Xamarin project
 
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If you’re a .NET developer looking to create apps, Xamarin is the perfect tool for you. Xamarin, a tool that plugs in to Visual Studio, allows you take advantage of the skills that you already have to create apps that can work on iOS, Android, and Windows. In this Xamarin training for beginners, learn how to get started. Walk through the installation and setup process, with popular experts Gerry O'Brien and Christopher Harrison, and explore the basics of a Xamarin app. Take a look at a Xamarin project, get the details on using emulators, and go over debugging and deployment. Don't miss this opportunity to get up and running in Xamarin! 1 | Introducing Xamarin Learn what Xamarin is all about and how you can create cross-platform mobile applications. 2 | Installing Xamarin See how to install Xamarin, and get started with app development. 3 | Exploring a Xamarin project Create a new project, and create your first application. 4 | Using emulators Get started with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android emulators. 5 | Debugging Get started with troubleshooting. 6 | Deployment Deploy your app to a device.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 02 The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 09.1 Demo: Clustered and Non-Clustered Indexes
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 01 Installing Visual Studio
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Mastering MS Certification Exam Prep: 01 Intro
 
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Are you interested in becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)? Getting ready for a Microsoft Certification exam? Then you already know that having the requisite content knowledge is only part of the complete picture. You also need practical, hands-on technology skills and strong test-taking strategies. In this on-demand Microsoft Certification exam prep session, IT Pro and Microsoft Certified Trainer Timothy Warner and Microsoft Learning Senior Content Developer Christopher Chapman help you quickly ramp up on what you need to know to conquer Microsoft Certifications. Find out what they are, who they’re for, and how to become a better test-taker. Take a look at different kinds of questions and how to be prepared for them. Plus, get details on special deals, pricing, and registration, along with next steps in your Microsoft Certification journey. 1 | Mastering Microsoft Certification Exam Preparation Introduction Get a course overview, and hear course prerequisites. 2 | Understanding Microsoft Certification Find out what Microsoft Certifications are, who they are for, and where to find more information about them. 3 | Learning the Certification Study Pyramid Hear about the three areas on which to focus to become a better test-taker. 4 | Developing Your Content Knowledge Learn about the best ways to increase your content knowledge, whether through direct use of products, books, or online learning tools. 5 | Turning Theory into Practice In this module you will see what your options are for practice exams so that you can apply all that you have learned up to now. 6 | Strengthening Your Test-Taking Skills Learn about the different kinds of questions, how to analyze them, and how to be prepared for them. 7 | The Microsoft Testing Workflow Get the details on special deals, pricing, and registration for exams, along with post-exam benefits.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 13 Introduction to JSON
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 02 Creating Your First C# Program
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 10 Columnstore Indexes
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 00 Introduction to Databases
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 01 The help system
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 12 Working with XML in Databases
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
Xamarin for Absolute Beginners: 04 Using emulators
 
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If you’re a .NET developer looking to create apps, Xamarin is the perfect tool for you. Xamarin, a tool that plugs in to Visual Studio, allows you take advantage of the skills that you already have to create apps that can work on iOS, Android, and Windows. In this Xamarin training for beginners, learn how to get started. Walk through the installation and setup process, with popular experts Gerry O'Brien and Christopher Harrison, and explore the basics of a Xamarin app. Take a look at a Xamarin project, get the details on using emulators, and go over debugging and deployment. Don't miss this opportunity to get up and running in Xamarin! 1 | Introducing Xamarin Learn what Xamarin is all about and how you can create cross-platform mobile applications. 2 | Installing Xamarin See how to install Xamarin, and get started with app development. 3 | Exploring a Xamarin project Create a new project, and create your first application. 4 | Using emulators Get started with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android emulators. 5 | Debugging Get started with troubleshooting. 6 | Deployment Deploy your app to a device.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 11 Demo: Memory-Optimized Objects
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 01 Server Overview
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 09 Understanding Arrays
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Understanding Active Directory: 02 Active Directory Certificate Services (CS)
 
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This course provides students an introduction to Active Directory server roles in Windows Server. The course is intended for entry level students who want to get familiar with the Active Directory server roles and their basic functionality. Introduction to Active Directory This module provides an overview of the Active Directory roles available in Windows Server. Active Directory Domain Services (DS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Certificate Services (CS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Certificate Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Federation Services (FS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Federation Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Rights Management Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (LDS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services in Windows Server.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 19 Working with Collections
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 07 Automation in scale: remoting
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 02 Managing Windows Server 2008 R
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 03 Objects for the Admin
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 04 Working with Code Files, Projects, and Solutions
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 05 The PowerShell in the shell: remoting
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Xamarin for Absolute Beginners: 06 Deployment
 
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If you’re a .NET developer looking to create apps, Xamarin is the perfect tool for you. Xamarin, a tool that plugs in to Visual Studio, allows you take advantage of the skills that you already have to create apps that can work on iOS, Android, and Windows. In this Xamarin training for beginners, learn how to get started. Walk through the installation and setup process, with popular experts Gerry O'Brien and Christopher Harrison, and explore the basics of a Xamarin app. Take a look at a Xamarin project, get the details on using emulators, and go over debugging and deployment. Don't miss this opportunity to get up and running in Xamarin! 1 | Introducing Xamarin Learn what Xamarin is all about and how you can create cross-platform mobile applications. 2 | Installing Xamarin See how to install Xamarin, and get started with app development. 3 | Exploring a Xamarin project Create a new project, and create your first application. 4 | Using emulators Get started with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android emulators. 5 | Debugging Get started with troubleshooting. 6 | Deployment Deploy your app to a device.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 20 Working with LINQ
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
SQL Database Fundamentals: 18 Introduction to Database Security
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 17 Understanding Namespaces
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 06 The if Decision Statement
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 08 Introducing scripting and toolmaking
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Introduction to JSON with C#: 03 Parsing and Generating JSON files
 
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Information Contents Resources Transcript Forum Course information ​Are you interested in exploring JSON with C#? Short for JavaScript Object Notation, JSON is a format for data storage and exchange. Find out why it's so useful, in this crash course on JSON, led by experts Christopher Harrison and Benjamin Lin. Get an introduction to JSON syntax, and see how to parse and generate JSON files. Plus, explore how to create a console application which uses a JSON file to load and store application data. 1 | Introduction to JSON with C# Get an overview of JSON and what it is, and hear why it is useful. 2 | JSON Syntax Explore the syntax and structure of JSON files. 3 | Parsing and Generating JSON files Learn about parsing and generating JSON files. 4 | JSON Application Data Storage ​ ​Create a console application that loads and stores its data from JSON files.
Getting Started with Microsoft PowerShell: 04 The pipeline: deeper
 
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Interested in learning PowerShell? This Microsoft PowerShell course is designed to teach busy IT professionals, admins, and help desk personnel about how to use PowerShell to improve management capabilities, automate redundant tasks, and manage the environment in scale. Through this PowerShell tutorial, you will learn how PowerShell works and how to make PowerShell work for you from experts Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Jason Helmick, Senior Technologist at Concentrated Technology. Create a valuable experience when you take this free Microsoft PowerShell course at Microsoft Virtual Academy. Don't fear the shell This module provides an overview of PowerShell, including how to install it, manage it, and customize it. Get familiar with the shell. The help system Learn about the Help system, including updatable Help, understanding Syntax, and discoverability. The pipeline: getting connected & extending the shell In this session you will discover what the pipeline is and what it does. It will go into details on exporting/ importing CSV, exporting/ importing XML, displaying information in a GUI, cmdlets. Additionally you will learn about extending the shell and how to find and add snap-ins, modules and commands. Objects for the Admin This module reviews objects across the pipeline and how to get the information you need. You will learn about sorting and selecting objects, custom properties and filtering data, and what methods to use when no cmdlet exists. The pipeline: deeper This section reviews how the pipeline really works and the four step solution - ByValue, ByPropertyName, how to customize properties that do not match, and the Parenthetical. The PowerShell in the shell: remoting This session provides an overview of remoting and how to enable it. You will also learn how one-to-one and one-to-many remoting works. Getting prepared for automation In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Automation in scale: remoting In this module, learn about automation and PowerShell security goals, execution policy, and variables. You’ll be introduced to to fun with quotes, getting and displaying input, and other output for scripts and automation. Introducing scripting and toolmaking This module provides an overview of the new ISE and how to make commands repeatable, how to add parameters to your script, and how to document your script. It shows you how to turn your script into a tool for others and store your tools in a module.
Database Fundamentals: 01 Introduction to Core Database Concepts
 
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This database training for beginners introduces and defines the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, security requirements, graphical tools, T-SQL scripts, and writing database queries, in addition to executing stored procedures. It also helps you prepare for Exam 98-364, part of a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification. The database training course is designed for individuals seeking to learn database fundamentals, including relational databases, database management systems, and database components. Take this free course and expand your database skills and knowledge today. Associated Exam(s) | 98-364: Database Fundamentals Related Certification | MTA Associated Course(s) | 40364A: Database Administration Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-364 Introduction to Core Database Concepts This module defines databases, provides examples of relational database tables, and introduces common database terminology. Relational Concepts In this module you’ll learn about normalization, referential integrity, and constraints. Creating Databases and Database Objects This module describes data types, database objects, DDL statements, and creating scripts. Using DML Statements This module covers DML statements, using the SELECT statement; using INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE to manage data; and indexes and triggers. SQL Server Administration Fundamentals In this module you’ll find out about SQL Server security; securing database and objects; and performing database backups and database restores. Recommended Resources and Next Steps Please peruse this section for additional information that supports this course. This is an opportunity for you to dive deeper into Database Fundamentals at your own pace.
Xamarin for Absolute Beginners: 02 Installing Xamarin
 
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If you’re a .NET developer looking to create apps, Xamarin is the perfect tool for you. Xamarin, a tool that plugs in to Visual Studio, allows you take advantage of the skills that you already have to create apps that can work on iOS, Android, and Windows. In this Xamarin training for beginners, learn how to get started. Walk through the installation and setup process, with popular experts Gerry O'Brien and Christopher Harrison, and explore the basics of a Xamarin app. Take a look at a Xamarin project, get the details on using emulators, and go over debugging and deployment. Don't miss this opportunity to get up and running in Xamarin! 1 | Introducing Xamarin Learn what Xamarin is all about and how you can create cross-platform mobile applications. 2 | Installing Xamarin See how to install Xamarin, and get started with app development. 3 | Exploring a Xamarin project Create a new project, and create your first application. 4 | Using emulators Get started with Windows Phone, iOS, and Android emulators. 5 | Debugging Get started with troubleshooting. 6 | Deployment Deploy your app to a device.
Security Fundamentals: 00 Understanding Security Layers
 
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With this Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) security fundamentals course, you can prepare for MTA Exam 98-367. Build an understanding of security layers, operating system security, network security, and security software. This IT security training course leverages Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) material for this exam. Instructor | Christopher Chapman- Content PM; Thomas Willingham - Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Understanding Security Layers Our IT security training course begins with an in-depth look at defense and the variety of options available for securing resources at the various layers at a high level. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting Get an introduction to the topics of authentication, authorization, and accounting—what they are, how they are different, and how each is implemented and managed. Look at available options and how to use some of the tools in Windows for implementing each one. Understanding Security Policies Hear about security policies and how they may work in an organization. See how policies provided by Group Policy can prevent unauthorized access to an organization's resources. Understanding Network Security In MTA Security Fundamentals, you'll learn securing these invaluable assets, and gain from a discussion of firewalls, Network Access Protection (NAP), protocols, and wireless networks. Protecting the Server and Client Learn about protecting the physical assets in your organization, including servers and clients—and the software running on them—and how to secure them.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 08 For Iteration Statement
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 22 Gracefully Handling Exceptions
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 07 Operators, Expressions, and Statements
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 03 Managing Storage
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 24 Where to Go from Here
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Understanding Active Directory: 03 Active Directory Federation Services (FS)
 
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This course provides students an introduction to Active Directory server roles in Windows Server. The course is intended for entry level students who want to get familiar with the Active Directory server roles and their basic functionality. Introduction to Active Directory This module provides an overview of the Active Directory roles available in Windows Server. Active Directory Domain Services (DS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Certificate Services (CS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Certificate Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Federation Services (FS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Federation Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Rights Management Services in Windows Server. Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (LDS) This module provides an overview of Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services in Windows Server.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 05 Essential Services
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 07 Popular Windows Network Services and Applications
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
Introduction to JSON with C#: 01 Introduction to JSON with C#
 
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​Are you interested in exploring JSON with C#? Short for JavaScript Object Notation, JSON is a format for data storage and exchange. Find out why it's so useful, in this crash course on JSON, led by experts Christopher Harrison and Benjamin Lin. Get an introduction to JSON syntax, and see how to parse and generate JSON files. Plus, explore how to create a console application which uses a JSON file to load and store application data. 1 | Introduction to JSON with C# Get an overview of JSON and what it is, and hear why it is useful. 2 | JSON Syntax Explore the syntax and structure of JSON files. 3 | Parsing and Generating JSON files Learn about parsing and generating JSON files. 4 | JSON Application Data Storage ​ ​Create a console application that loads and stores its data from JSON files.
Security Fundamentals: 03 Understanding Network Security
 
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With this Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) security fundamentals course, you can prepare for MTA Exam 98-367. Build an understanding of security layers, operating system security, network security, and security software. This IT security training course leverages Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) material for this exam. Instructor | Christopher Chapman- Content PM; Thomas Willingham - Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Understanding Security Layers Our IT security training course begins with an in-depth look at defense and the variety of options available for securing resources at the various layers at a high level. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting Get an introduction to the topics of authentication, authorization, and accounting—what they are, how they are different, and how each is implemented and managed. Look at available options and how to use some of the tools in Windows for implementing each one. Understanding Security Policies Hear about security policies and how they may work in an organization. See how policies provided by Group Policy can prevent unauthorized access to an organization's resources. Understanding Network Security In MTA Security Fundamentals, you'll learn securing these invaluable assets, and gain from a discussion of firewalls, Network Access Protection (NAP), protocols, and wireless networks. Protecting the Server and Client Learn about protecting the physical assets in your organization, including servers and clients—and the software running on them—and how to secure them.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 15 More About Classes and Methods
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.
Web API Design Jump Start: 03 Validation and Error Handling
 
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Have questions about ASP.NET Web API? Whether you're brand new to the framework or you want to take your design to the next level, this course has the answers! Experts Christopher Harrison and Jeremy Likness walk you through Web API technology, uses, and nuances. See how the toolset makes it easy to build consumable RESTful services, accessible by a variety of clients from myriad platforms. Get a good look at token-based security features, route attributes, error handling, and versioning. See why it is the ideal way to surface APIs that target browsers and mobile devices. Hear details on how you can easily use the built-in Visual Studio templates or explore customization, design, and implementation. Check out this informative and practical Web Wednesdays event! Instructors | Christopher Harrison - Microsoft Content Developer; Jeremy Likness - iVision Principal Architect Introduction Get an overview of Web API, RESTful services, and ASP.NET scaffolding. Basic Design Gain a greater understanding of resources and HTTP verbs, content negotiation, and tools for testing services. Configuration Learn about using media formatters for custom content type, changing the behavior of serializers, and working with routes and attributes. Validation and Error Handling Discover standard ways to manage errors and status codes, using built-in model validation in ASP.NET, taking advantage of helpers, exception filters, and global exception handling. Security Get details on authentication, token-based authentication, authorization filters, role-based authorization, and preventing cross-site request forgery. Advanced Design Learn about building parameters, using type converters, model-binding, methods to version the API, and wrapping the service in Azure API services.
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals: 06 File and Print Services
 
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Are you preparing for Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? This MTA Training course can help! Learn from the experts, and build fundamental knowledge of server installation, server roles, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. This course leverages the content provided in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) for this exam. Instructors | Christopher Chapman - Microsoft Content Project Manager; Thomas Willingham - Microsoft Content Developer, Cloud and Enterprise Server Overview Get a general overview of Windows Server, and explore concepts, such as installing and physical versus virtual servers. And hear a high-level overview of some of the services that Windows Server provides. Managing Windows Server 2008 R Learn some of the basic tools for administering and configuring Windows Server, including the Control Panel, Initial Configuration Tasks (Windows Server 2008 R2), and Server Manager. Familiarize yourself with the Windows Server environment and with managing and configuring the local machine running Windows Server, as you look at the Registry, Service Management, and installing programs and features. Managing Storage Explore the basics of storage in Windows Server, expanding on the basics of Windows storage with Server technologies, such as Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Networks. Look at different disk options and structures, plus a number of tools for managing the many aspects of Windows Server Storage. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Servers Hear how to monitor and troubleshoot installation and configuration. See basic troubleshooting steps and potential starting points for dealing with server issues, and see demos of tools, including Server Backup and repair tools. Essential Services Discover the first of many services that Windows Server is designed to provide to your network, including DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory. File and Print Services Learn how to provide File and Print services to your network, in this exploration of NTFS, Sharing, Permissions, Auditing, and Network Printers. Popular Windows Network Services and Applications Get an introduction to some of the enterprise (and some public-facing) technologies provided by Windows Server, such as Web Services (IIS), Remote Access (RRAS, Remote Desktop), and Virtualization (Hyper-V) technologies. Explore some of the tools and techniques that can be used for remote server administration.
Networking Fundamentals: 01 Understanding Local Area Networking
 
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Want to learn network security fundamentals? In this MVA course, discover the building blocks of modern network design and function and prepare for Exam 98-366: Networking Fundamentals, part of an MTA certification. Our online network security training course is free of charge and led by an expert who can help you build your skills and career. Take this networking fundamentals training, and find out how to put the many pieces together to build a functional and secure network. Associated Exam(s) | 98-366: Networking Fundamentals Related Certification | MTA Associated Course(s) | 40032A: Networking and Security Fundamentals: Training 2-Pack for MTA Exams 98-366 and 98-367 (5 Days); 40366A: Networking Fundamentals: MTA Exam 98-3 Understanding Local Area Networking In this module you’ll learn about basic concepts and Local Area Networking. Defining Networks with the OSI Model This module describes the OSI model and how its layers determine how network traffic is moved and consumed. Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks This module covers the basics of wired and wireless media, protocols, standards, and concepts. Understanding Internet Protocol In this module you’ll learn about Internet Protocol (IP) and how it makes the internet and modern networks function. Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line This module describes the tools used to manage and troubleshoot networks. Working with Networking Services This module describes the services that can be provided and that are required for a network to function. Understanding Wide Area Networks In this module you’ll learn about connecting your local area network to other local area networks over large geographic areas and across multiple types of boundaries. Defining Network Infrastructure and Network Security This module show you how to appropriately use the tools described in earlier modules to build a functional, secure network. Recommended Resources and Next Steps The information in this module provides you with an opportunity to dive deeper into Networking Fundamentals, at your own pace.
C# Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners: 14  Understanding Classes
 
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Want to learn a different programming language? C# is a great place to start. Step through 24 practical and easy-to-understand C# training episodes, with our talented friend Bob Tabor, from Developer University, as he teaches you the fundamentals of C# programming. Tune in to learn the basics of the C# language, and learn to apply them in your programming endeavors, like video games, mobile environments, and client apps. Learn C# by stepping through the basics with Bob: get the tools, see how to write code, debug features, explore customizations, and much more! Search for and focus on the information you need, in this C# for beginners course, which has topics separated out into individual videos. Get to know the grammar, create and use methods, manipulate strings, and see how to handle events. Plus, get a look at next steps as you learn to develop Windows and web applications.