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  1. Full Online Computer Science Database and Internet Career Course Part 1 Introduction to Computers and Operating Systems Chapter 1 The General Purpose Computer and Numbers Used 1.1 External Physical Components of a General Purpose Computer 1.2 Typing 1.3 Motherboard 1.4 Counting in Different Bases 1.5 Converting a Number from One Base to Another 1.6 Conversion from Base 10 to Base 2 1.7 Problems Chapter 2 Boolean Algebra and Its Related Computer Components 2.1 Basic Boolean Operators 2.2 Two Operand Truth Table and Their Electronic Components 2.3 Boolean Postulates 2.4 Boolean Properties 2.5 Simplification of Compound Expressions 2.6 Minimum Sum of Products 2.7 Problems Chapter 3 Binary Number Operations in the Microprocessor 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Addition of Binary Numbers 3.3 Two’s Complement and Its Subtraction of Binary Numbers 3.4 Multiplication of Binary Numbers 3.5 Division of Binary Numbers 3.6 Arithmetic Operations with Software and Hardware 3.7 Logic Operations in the Microprocessor 3.8 ASCII Character Set and Its Code Values 3.9 Floating Point Number Representation 3.10 Number Prefixes in Computing 3.11 Problems Chapter 4 The 6502 Microprocessor Assembly Language Tutorial 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Data Transfer Instructions 4.3 Arithmetic Operations 4.4 Logical Operations 4.5 Shift and Rotate Operations 4.6 Relative Addressing Mode 4.7 Indexed Addressing and Indirect Addressing Separately 4.8 Indexed Indirect Addressing 4.9 Increment, Decrement, and Test-BITs Instructions 4.10 Compare Instructions 4.11 Jump and Branch Instructions 4.12 The Stack Area 4.13 Subroutine Call and Return 4.14 A Count Down Loop Example 4.15 Translating a Program 4.16 Interrupts 4.17 Summary of the 6502 Main Addressing Modes 4.18 Creating a String with the 6502 µP Assembly Language 4.19 Creating an Array with the 6502 µP Assembly Language 4.20 Problems Chapter 5 The Commodore-64 Operating System in Assembly Language 5.1 Introduction 5.2 The Two Complex Interface Adapters 5.3 Keyboard Assembly Language Programming 5.4 Channel, Device Number, and Logical File Number 5.5 Opening a Channel, Opening a Logical File, Closing a Logical File, and Closing All I/O Channels 5.6 Sending the Character to the Screen 5.7 Sending and Receiving Bytes for Disk Drive 5.8 The OS SAVE Routine 5.9 The OS LOAD Routine 5.10 The Modem and RS-232 Standard 5.11 Counting and Timing 5.12 The ¯IRQ and ¯NMI Requests 5.13 Interrupt Driven Background Program 5.14 Assembly and Compilation 5.15 Saving, Loading, and Running a Program 5.16 Booting for Commodore-64 5.17 Problems Chapter 6 Modern Computer Architecture Basics With Assembly Language 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Motherboard Block Diagram of Modern PC 6.3 The x64 Computer Architecture Basics 6.4 The 64-Bit ARM Computer Architecture Basics 6.5 Instructions and Data 6.6 The Harvard Architecture 6.7 Cache Memory 6.8 Processes and Threads 6.9 Multiprocessing 6.10 Paging 6.11 Problems Solutions to Each Chapter Problems Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 1 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 2 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 3 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 4 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 5 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning Solutions to the Problems of Chapter 6 of the Full Online Computer Science Dataset and Internet Career Course from the Beginning View the full article
  2. In the dynamic world of DevOps and system administration, command-line proficiency is a crucial skill. Bash, one of the most widely used command-line shells - and the default for most Unix-based systems, including popular Linux distributions - offers immense power and versatility. Mastering Bash scripting can give you a competitive edge in the automation-reliant field of DevOps. This blog post, based on the Advanced Bash Scripting course offered by KodeKloud, serves as a comprehensive guide to mastering Bash scripting. Understanding Bash ScriptingBash scripts are essentially command-line programs written in the Bash shell language. They are used to automate tasks and execute commands in a series. Bash scripts simplify complex tasks and are often used in system administration and programming. The scripts are executed in a terminal window, and they can be created using any text editor. Why Advanced Bash Scripting?With bash scripting, you can write scripts that can perform complex operations, manipulate data, and interact with the system. It is a versatile language that can be used on almost any platform, making it an excellent choice for system administrators and developers. Learning bash scripting is an investment in your future, as it can help you work more efficiently and effectively. The KodeKloud CourseKodeKloud offers a comprehensive course on Advanced Bash Scripting, designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to effectively utilize Bash. The course covers Bash scripting conventions and best practices, working with variables, functions, and parameter expansions, understanding streams, and managing input/output redirection, among other topics. The course is tailored for visual learners seeking an engaging and up-to-date learning experience. It balances theory and practice perfectly to ensure learners easily grasp Bash’s intricate concepts. From a theory perspective, the course explores widely discussed concepts like using curly braces for variable expansion, file descriptors, and what POSIX compliance means, along with its implications for syntax choice. From the practical perspective, it includes guides for modern Bash features, including associative arrays using key-value pairs for accessing array elements, introductory tutorials for popular command-line utilities like awk and sed, and Labs for practicing each learned concept to complement the learning experience. By mastering the concepts covered in this course, you will enhance your Bash proficiency and gain the confidence to write superior and more robust scripts. You'll understand how to create, read and debug scripts. Additionally, you’ll master how to implement script logging and error handling. Enroll in the Advance Bash Scripting Course! The Power of Bash ScriptingBash scripts can help automate a wide range of tasks and manage system configurations, making your work more efficient and reliable. By taking the KodeKloud course, you will develop practical skills in Bash scripting, including writing robust scripts that follow best practices. You will also learn how to manage input/output redirection, work with variables and functions, and use parameter expansions. These valuable skills will enable you to effectively use Bash scripting in your own work. Advanced Bash Scripting ConceptsIn addition to learning practical skills in Bash scripting, the KodeKloud course covers advanced concepts that allow users to leverage the full power of Bash. These concepts include associative arrays that use key-value pairs to access array elements as well as introductory tutorials for popular command-line utilities like awk and sed. With this knowledge, users can perform complex text-processing tasks using Bash scripts. Career Opportunities with Bash Scripting MasteryBy mastering Bash scripting, you will be well-positioned to pursue career opportunities in software development, IT management, and DevOps engineering. It will open up unparalleled career opportunities, allowing you to prosper in the system administration and DevOps fields. Whether you're automating deployments, managing system configurations, or writing complex data analysis scripts, mastery of Bash scripting will be a valuable asset. Enroll Now! ConclusionIn conclusion, Bash scripting is a powerful tool that every DevOps professional and system administrator should master. The KodeKloud Advanced Bash Scripting course provides a comprehensive guide to mastering its application, covering everything from the basics to advanced concepts. So, are you ready to enhance your DevOps or SysAdmin skills and gain command-line mastery? Enroll in the KodeKloud course today and unlock the power of Advanced Bash Scripting! Here's to your DevOps journey! New to Linux and Scripting? Start with our beginner courses: Linux Basics CourseShell Scripts for BeginnersWant to certify your Linux skills? Check out our certification exam preparation courses: Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS)Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 Exam 101Red Hat Certified System Administrator(RHCSA) SUBSCRIBE to gain access to this comprehensive course as well as 65+ additional courses on Linux, DevOps, AWS, Azure, GCP, Kubernetes, Docker, Ansible, Terraform, Python, and more. Join us on this transformative educational adventure and unlock the power of the bash scripts. View the full article
  3. Over the past few years, there has been a surge in demand for Kubernetes and cloud-native architecture skills. This is largely due to the increased adoption of microservice architecture by organizations seeking greater application agility, scalability, and resilience. One sure way of gaining a competitive advantage for opportunities in this field is by attaining the Kubernetes and Cloud Native Associate (KCNA) certification. Based on KodeKloud’s Kubernetes and Cloud-Native Associate (KCNA) exam preparation course, this blog post covers how Kubernetes works, its component, and its role in the cloud-native world... View the full article
  4. As we build new software and other technologies, we do not often consider the ethical implications of these tools. Considerations like how a piece of code may be used by a malicious actor, whether a hardware design could be modified for a nefarious purpose, or simply how an algorithm might affect different classes of person […] The post New Training Course Explores Ethics in Open Source Development appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  5. AWS Training and Certification is excited to announce the updated one-day classroom course and new digital course, AWS Technical Essentials. These courses are ideal for technical learners who need to understand fundamental AWS Cloud concepts to make informed decisions about IT solutions based on business requirements. View the full article
  6. We are excited to introduce three free digital courses to help you learn how to order, configure, deploy, manage, and return AWS Snowcone edge computing and storage devices. Designed for storage engineers, cloud architects, and migration engineers, these introductory and intermediate courses include reading modules, video demonstrations, and quizzes. The time required to complete each course ranges between 50 and 90 minutes. View the full article
  7. This new on-demand digital course provides a deep dive into AWS IAM and best practices for using IAM policies. The advanced course is designed for security professionals with a working knowledge of AWS and it includes five learning modules, video demonstrations, assessments, and three optional self-paced labs. View the full article
  8. This free new digital training curriculum explains how to modernize a legacy, monolithic application by transforming it into a microservices-based application that uses serverless, scalable, and fully managed databases. The two-hour fundamental curriculum includes three self-paced modules with video demonstrations. It is designed for data platform engineers, database developers, and solutions architects. View the full article
  9. AWS Training and Certification has launched two new self-paced digital courses, Introduction to AWS Identity and Access Management and AWS IoT: Developing and Deploying an Internet of Things, on edX and Coursera. Designed for application developers, the IoT course helps you utilize AWS IoT services to build, test, and distribute applications to simulated devices. You’ll also learn how to use analytics tools to collect, process, and analyze data from IoT devices. View the full article
  10. Free Courses (here) Paid Courses Linux Academy DevOps Monitoring Deep Dive
  11. AWS Training and Certification is excited to announce the first technical course designed specifically for APN Technology Partners! AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Migrating Your Application to AWS (Technical) explains the technical fundamentals and best practices for migrating your application from on-premises deployments to a single-tenant, highly available AWS Cloud solution. View the full article
  12. AWS Training and Certification is excited to announce two new courses for Game Tech: Using Amazon GameLift FleetIQ for Game Servers and Game Server Hosting with Amazon EC2. These digital courses are designed for game developers who want to host their game servers on AWS. Each course will help you make a decision about using Amazon GameLift FleetIQ or Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to deliver the desired player experience while meeting your business needs. View the full article
  13. This new digital course, Advanced Testing Practices using AWS DevOps Tools, teaches you how to improve application reliability and security by integrating and automating testing into your AWS DevOps pipelines. This advanced course is designed for DevOps engineers and developers who have significant experience with DevOps methodology and practices. View the full article
  14. Below is a list of free online Linux courses, reply to this topic if you have any other suggestions to add to the list ... edX Introduction to Linux Linux Foundation Introduction to Linux/ Pluralsight They guys have lots of Linux courses; Access Control Mechanisms in Linux CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Network Management CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Operation Essentials CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Service Management CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Storage Management CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 User and Group Management CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Virtualization Management Creating Shell Scripts in Enterprise Linux Developing Local Chef Cookbooks on Linux Exploiting Host-based Vulnerabilities for CompTIA PenTest+ Conducting Active Reconnaissance for CompTIA PenTest+ Getting Started with Linux Getting Started with Linux System Administration Getting Started with the Linux Command Line Integrating Linux in a Windows Enterprise Environment Introduction to the Linux Essentials 010-160 Exam Learning the Essentials of CentOS Enterprise Linux 7 Administration LFCE: Advanced Linux Networking LFCE: Linux Service Management - HTTP Services Linux & Android Development on Chrome OS Linux Administration with sed and awk Linux Advanced File System Management (LPIC-2) Linux: Email Services (LPIC-2) Linux Encryption Security Linux Host Security Linux Kernel and System Startup (LPIC-2) Linux Managing DNS Servers (LPIC-2) Linux: Managing File Services (LPIC-2) Linux: Managing Web Services (LPIC-2) Linux Monitoring and Maintenance (LPIC-2) Linux: Network Client Management (LPIC-2) Linux Network Programming Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning Linux Server Skills for Windows Administrators Linux Server Virtualization Linux System Maintenance and Troubleshooting Linux System Optimization Linux: System Security (LPIC-2) Linux Systems Programming LPI: Linux Essentials (010-150) Managing SELinux Policies in Enterprise Linux Managing Software in Linux with Debian Software Management Mastering Linux Storage Using LVM2 Python Quick Start for Linux System Administrators Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Booting and Runlevels Red Hat Enterprise Linux Storage Fundamentals Securing Linux Servers Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) Fundamentals SQL Server on Linux Administration Fundamentals Understanding and Using Essential Tools for Enterprise Linux 7 Linux Network Security Introduction to the Bash Shell on Mac OS and Linux Centralized Logging with the Elastic Stack: Getting Started Using Memcached and Varnish to Speed Up Your Linux Web App Deploying a Linux Web Server for Windows Admins Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux Securing Docker Container Workloads Red Hat Enterprise Linux Shell Fundamentals Getting Started with PowerShell Core on Linux and macOS Compliance Auditing with Chef InSpec on Windows and Linux Building a Linux Server for Ruby on Rails Development Getting Started with .NET Core on Mac and Linux LFCE: Linux Service Management - Advanced Email Services Linux High Availability Cluster Management LFCE: Linux Service Management - Advanced HTTP Services Play by Play: Microsoft Open Source PowerShell on Linux and Mac LFCE: Network and Host Security Network Troubleshooting and Tools Network Penetration Testing Using Python and Kali Linux Digital Forensics Tools in Kali Linux: Imaging and Hashing Shell Scripting with Bash Penetration Testing Automation Using Python and Kali Linux LFCE: Advanced Network and System Administration Configuring Network Storage Solutions with RHEL Computer Fundamentals: Operating Systems Getting Started With Ubuntu Meet the Command Line
  15. Pluralsight Getting Started with Docker Docker Swarm: Native Docker Clustering Using Docker on AWS Docker Certified Associate (DCA) - Early Access
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