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  • To keep up to date with all the technologies in SQL Server, the DBA or developer who wants to stay ahead is faced with the struggle of constant learning. With every new release, it seems that at least one entirely new application platform appears, alongside innumerable additions to, and improvement of, existing features. How do you keep up while avoiding information overload, unnecessary detours and dead-ends?

    The SQL Server Stairways is our solution to this problem. Designed to smooth out even the steepest learning curve, each Stairway is a SQL tutorial series focused on a single topic and is arranged into no more than a dozen easily-navigable tutorials that we call 'steps'. Each step is the length of a typical magazine tutorial, and emphasizes practical, hands-on learning, with just enough background theory to help you understand the topic at a deeper level.

    Using straightforward language and avoiding jargon and marketing babble, each Stairway tutorial series is designed to take you from zero knowledge of a particular SQL Server topic, to a level of practical understanding that will allow you to start using that feature in a production environment. The learning gradient is steady and manageable, but also brisk. You won't be wasting time.

    Our team of Stairway Editors, including Kalen Delaney and Brad McGehee, have selected technical topics that all SQL Server DBAs and developers can benefit from mastering, and have persuaded leading experts in those fields to author them.

  • Redgate offers a selection of free PDF downloads of some of their books at this address:
    http://www.red-gate.com/community/books/#sqldev
    Any book that has the "Free PDF download" link is available once you enter your name and email on the subsequent page.
    The books are grouped into the following categories:

    • SQL Dev
    • SQL DBA
    • .Net
    • SysAdmin
    • Professional Development
    • Mini Books

  • This presentation slides introduce the a few simple steps to integrate Microsoft Bing Map into a sample application. The sample code is in the appendix section.

    Note: to run the code, you need to go through the registration steps to obtain a key and put in the code of the web page .

  • "DevOps can indeed be a positive influence on ITIL, enabling improvements in various processes across the service lifecycle. A more collaborative DevOps approach adds value in service strategy, by ensuring that operations and development functions are included during the development of overall IT business strategy. A DevOps approach also adds value during service design, by ensuring that design coordination includes active participation from both operations and development—resulting in the potential for designing improved functionality and performance, as well as operational support. During service transition, a DevOps approach facilitates the effectiveness and efficiency of both change management, and the process of release and deployment management. By encouraging greater collaboration between development, operations, and indeed all IT functions, a DevOps approach can facilitate knowledge management as well. During service operation a DevOps approach can help ensure closer collaboration between the service desk and backline support and development teams—resulting in more effective incident and problem management. It also emphasizes the need for applying automation to change management as well as release and deployment management "models—thereby facilitating the frequency of deployments, more consistent delivery of new and changed releases, and improved quality. Continual service improvement (CSI) also benefits from a greater level communication and collaboration between development and operations teams, resulting in a higher level of teamwork, synergy, and creativity. The result is a greater likelihood of identifying improvement opportunities across the lifecycle, many of which will be turned into formal CSI improvement proposals - some of which will be approved and chartered for implementation. The result: higher performance, lower costs, and improved service quality."

  • Docuiment qui présente les ressources d'Oracle pour la formation à APEX (Application Express).

  • The slides are for an introduction of using Google Map Web Services and JavaScript APIs.

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  • This event is designed for the delivery group and is centered on the construction team. It will provide enough knowledge to enable them to participate in the Design and Construction phase

  • The fun way to learn about Agile/Scrum, prepare for Scrum Master certification / Agile certification (CSM, CSPO, PSM, or PMI-ACP), and debunk popular misconceptions.
    There are six videos addressing
    Introduction to Scrum
    Backlog Refinement Meeting
    Sprint Planning Meeting
    Daily Scrum Meeting
    Sprint Review Meeting
    Sprint Retrospective Meeting
    Each has quizes to stress learning.

    Also links to other content to understand Agile & Scrum.


  • The Architecture phase purpose is to elaborate on the findings of the Preliminary Analysis ("PA") phase, to stabilize the architecture and to reconfirm feasibility. As such, the goal is to do enough to minimize rework in subsequent release development, while deferring detail decisions that do not affect stability nor feasibility. "Knowing when to stop" is a key skill. It requires a multi-disciplinary team to integrate business perspectives, architectural concerns and organizational change management issues as well as development strategies.


    This learning event enables the learners to use Macroscope material to plan system architecture stabilization in their own situations.


    An excellent time to take this course is about 4-6 weeks before the conclusion of the PA phase - because it clarifies work that can be deferred from the PA phase to this one.


  • Deployment instructions for the CMS Lite application

  • Technical and Functional design model

  • Inspired from a book by Mary and Tom Poppendieck, this presentation is an adaptation of the Lean Approach based on the Toyota Production System in the IT domain.
    Once the 7 Lean Software Development principles are revisited, 24 imaged viewpoints will provide a different approach to dealing with possible problems encountered in the field of IT.

  • ProductivityCentre is the Macroscope domain targeting design, implementation and evolution of information solutions.
    This training presents the key concepts conveyed by ProductivityCentre and it is important to notice that, in this training, concepts and deliverables are interchangeable.
    A concept represents a particular aspect of the information solution, such as an information model, a work process, a task, a component, a software system, a software architecture, an so on.
    A deliverable is a tangible and measurable outcome that must be produced to complete a project or a section of it. It is normally used to describe the different dimensions of a particular concept, including its purpose, objectives, characteristics, structure or behaviour.
    Throughout the training, we will gradually build the structure of these concepts by positioning each of them as well as presenting their relationships. Understanding how these concepts are organized, not only provides a global overview of the topics covered by ProductivityCentre but establishes the foundation for a thorough understanding of this Macroscope domain.

  • A thought leadership presentation on the basic concepts of modeling including the history, definition and taxonomy of the Unified Modeling Language (UML).

    Use Cases are discussed as well as a high level explanation of the main concepts associated with the architectural level process analysis technique.

    This is not a presentation on use case diagramming.

  • This document discusses the Rich Internet Application (RIA) with Adobe Flex and mainly targets analysts-programmers already familiar with object-oriented programming, especially in Java or. NET web application development.

    This document covers the following topics:
    • Flex Builder Development Software (IDE);
    • the language characteristics;
    • different application architectures from small to large scope;
    • integration with Java or .NET business servers.

  • Fujitsu can draw on its innovative and comprehensive hardware, software and services portfolio to develop personalized solutions for every customer. This is precisely where our strength lies: Fujitsu does not provide off-the-rack IT environments; instead we always find new and ambitious solutions, and together with our customers, develop tailored strategies.

  • This content was submitted by Ivar Alexander.

    Thought Leadership Presentation:
    This session will cover the latest Automated Process Discovery (APD) technology available from Fujitsu.

    This latest release includes process discovery technology, and adds new management aspects by providing ongoing monitoring and governance of the processes in place.

    The presentation will cover a high level view of the capabilities and architecture of the solution.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin.

    This presentation given by Microsoft is an introduction to pattern MVVM and WPF concepts.
    Laboratory equipment is available.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin.

    This presentation covers the basics of WPF using Visual Studio 2010.

  • This content was submitted by Marco Bérubé.

    This HTML-CSS workshop addresses the roles and relations between the HTML and style sheets CSS in developing web solutions.

  • This content was submitted by Annick Savard.

    We leverage the combination of cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS), with its emphasis on productively creating well-tested, maintainable, reusable code, to let "one-pizza" teams of Berkeley undergrads design, develop, test, and deploy their own SaaS applications. Iteration-based agile development rewards regular progress, test-first design results in students actually enjoying testing, and cloud computing showcases deployed projects to friends, colleagues, and future employers, all while students absorb "big ideas" such as higher-order programming and metaprogramming.
    I'll also discuss other uses of cloud computing at Berkeley from lower-division through graduate CS courses.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The simple SplashScreen is an image displayed in WPF as a screen for a user waiting for an application to download.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop a simple SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the second part of the lesson on how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Scrollviewer control in WPF is a control for unwinding or displaying the protruding part of an item placed in a container encapsulating it.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Expander control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. In action, it plays the role of a container of retractable or expandible elements, based on a certain guideline.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Popup control in WPF is a control occurring without a real starting Template. Coupled with other controls, the popup control has an aspect of container occurring in execution mode.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Tooltip control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It is quite similar to the popup control without having the latter's persistence capability.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The TabItem control in WPF is an ItemsControl type of control. It can only be used when associated with another control, which is the TabControl.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The GroupBox control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. It is very simple and provides a visual indication of the grouping of elements in a window.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RadioButton control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives from the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The CheckBox control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Label control in WPF is one of the simplest controls. It is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand those controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RepeatButton and ToggleButton controls in WPF are ContentControl types of controls. They are a specific feature of the Control Button.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Button in WPF is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    In WPF, a control is not just any element that can be placed in window but rather an element that has certain specific factures.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces an overview of controls.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In the first part of this session, we'll cover 4 basic design patterns and how to apply them. These patterns are "Singleton", "Observer", "Proxy" and "POCO".

    In the second part of the session we will cover some of the best practices in code and more precisely:
    - Code Analysis
    - Tip and tricks and Gotchas in your code
    - Defensive programming
    - Async Framework

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces basic concepts of those types of events.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    An AttachedEvent is a type of Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers following the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example the development of an Attached Event.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of Routed Events.

  • This content was submitted by Denis Careau.

    This course is intended for people having an interest in testing web applications. When this course is complete, you'll be able to write tests that effectively test your applications but also to integrate Selenium in your existing testing processes following the good practices that this tool requires.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we'll cover some of the concepts that you need to fully understand in order to follow most of the upcoming sessions.

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Interfaces
    - Delegates
    - Anonymous Methods
    - Lambdas
    - Anonymous Types
    - Extension Methods
    - LinQ (via LinQ to Objects)

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we will cover two main topics being "Exception handling in code" and "Debugging an application using Visual Studio".

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Basic concepts
    - Exploring the various « Try » block syntaxes
    - How can we rethrow an exception?
    - Where to handle exception and how to publish them?
    - PDB files, how do they work?
    - Symbol Server and sources indexing
    - Debugging tips and tricks

  • This content was submitted by Chris Hammond-Thrasher.

    Alternate title: Why I Have Tape Covering My Webcam.

    For years security professionals have been telling us not to follow links or open attachments from untrusted sources, not to click "Ignore" on your browser's security pop-ups, and not to insert untrusted thumb drives into your USB ports. Do you want to see what can happen with your own eyes? This prensentation will show you how to download, install, configure, and use the basic features of Dave Kennedy's open source hacker tool, the Social Engineering Toolkit.

  • This content was submitted by Pierre Jarest.

    Basic course explaining all the basic concepts and rules of composition of XML documents.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The StackPanel control container is an interface control used to stack the different controls placed in it based on a specific guideline. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a StackPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The WrapPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a WrapPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The DockPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a DockPanel.

  • Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and positioning of the embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the StackPanel and DockPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Container Grid is an interface control allowing for various controls placed in its cells based on a certain value assigned to the lines and columns of said control. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the different characteristics of this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of property called Dependency Property, used in various situations for the application of styles, link automation, animations and other items. The concept of dependency property may at first seem repellent, until it is understood. In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts for understanding this property.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Attached Properties are types of dependency properties used in different situations to apply styles, automate links, produce animations and other items. They are often used when linking two heterogeneous elements.
    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example for understanding AttachedProperties.

  • The SSL / TLS protocol is arguably the most important encryption protocol in use today - protecting everything from our Facebook session to our online banking transactions. This brief presentation from the Fujitsu Edmonton Security lab explores why the SSL protocol is designed the way it is, provides some advise for users and developers, and finishes with a lesson in security architecture using card magic.

  • The general objective for this learning event is to provide the participants with an overview of the expected skills and behaviors required from all Fujitsu consultants having to share their professional expertise with our valued customers

  • This event introduces the audience to major software engineering concepts as defined by the Software Engineering Body Of Knowledge (SWEBOK) published by the IEEE.

    Software engineering defines itself as being « the application of the software maintenance, operation and development approach (IT solutions) which is systematic, disciplined and quantifiable ».

    This introduction is part of the PAN-Canadian delivery solutions development program which includes nearly 20 training modules and more specifically, software engineering addresses the following subjects:
    • Methods and tools;
    • Delivery processes;
    • Design;
    • Construction;
    • Tests;
    • Maintenance;
    • Configuration management;
    • Software engineering management;
    • Software quality.

  • This document provides an overview of the opportunities opened up by the Java EE 6 (CDI - Contexts and Dependency Injection)platform (API).

  • Overview of the concept of virtualization with Oracle GlassFish Server

  • This document shows the new challenges facing developers to deploy applications in the cloud. This method of deployment is actually being increasingly recommended by businesses

  • This document presents the tools available on the standard Java platform (API) for access to relational databases (JPA). The JPA platform was successfully adopted by many major industry leaders, contrary to proprietary platforms, which limit portability of integration in existing applications.

  • This document presents the new techniques provided by JRE 7 to easily deploy a modern Web application using Java technology

  • This document provides an overview of the target modules for Java EE 7 and the Oracle approach to integrate the principle of PaaS (Platform as a Service) into the Web containers.

  • This document describes a Java EE6 programming workshop

  • This document introduces techniques for deploying Java EE 6 applications with the GlassFish application server

  • Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe has developed an advanced wrap-around view technology that represents a novel driver's visual assistance methodology. The images are taken by 4 cameras and combined in such a way as to appear as if taken from a bird's-eye view. The video images from these cameras are combined seamlessly and projected onto a virtual 3D curved surface. The images on that surface are converted into those seen from any desired point-of-view using the technology of 3D virtual projection. By using this special method, the images will be displayed with much less distortion. The image impression is significantly different from those of conventional systems. It will make it easier for drivers to recognise obstacles around their vehicles.

  • Course Code: P1C18100
    To perform basic programming operations using Perl variables, regular expressions, search-and-replace procedures, and file handling.

  • Couse Code: P6A00100
    To introduce basic OOAD principles, the Rational Unified Process, and the role of UML

  • Notes on Enterprise Architecture, Systems Integration and anything else that interests Nick Malik, Enterprise Architect at Microsoft

  • Couse Code: P6B00100
    To teach the basics of the JavaScript language.

  • Course Code: P1D01100
    To introduce structured programming concepts, coding design, and style.

  • Code formation : P1A26100
    To provide an overview of enterprise application design and development using the J2EE platform and its enabling technologies.

  • Course code: P1A25100
    To demonstrate how to build applets and place them on web pages.

  • Course code: P1A24100
    To demonstrate how to build GUI applications using the Swing API.

  • Course code: P1A23100
    To enable the learner to use Java's I/O facilities to read and write data, and format input or output.

  • Course code: P1A22100
    To enable the learner to use the classes and methods of the java.lang, java.util, java.io, and java.nio packages

  • Course code: P1A21100
    To enable the learner to handle exceptions and use assertions in Java.

  • Course code: P1A20100
    To enable the learner to work with reference types and threads in Java

  • Course code: P1A19100
    To explain what metadata is and how it can be used to provide annotation source to third-party tools and to outline generics in Java.

  • Course code: P1A18100
    To enable the learner to implement inheritance and polymorphism in Java and to work with Java's static and final modifiers.

  • Course code: P1A17100
    To enable the learner to create and work with Java classes and objects.

  • Course code: P1A16100
    To enable the learner to identify and work with Java operators, expressions, selection statements, and loop constructs.

  • Course code: P1A15100
    To introduce the main principles and elements of the Java language.

  • Course code: KAA03000
    This introductory course on the Fujitsu Way is designed to reconfirm our strategic direction and the shared values we, as employees of the Fujitsu Group, should uphold. The course covers the history of the Fujitsu Group and the key elements of the Fujitsu Way.

  • Course code: LBA03000
    ProductivityCentre is the Macroscope module covering the System Delivery and Maintenance Life Cycle. This course provides an introduction to the major aspects of the system maintenance and operation support processes of ProductivityCentre.

  • OUM presents an organized, yet flexible, approach. Its defined, operational framework helps anticipate critical project needs and dependencies throughout your software development and implementation project.

  • This is a Macroscope e-Learning module addressed to anyone who wants to improve its understanding of the agile approach in Macroscope. Several questions and exercises will let you test your knowledge of the subject. You will also find notes, tips and frequently asked questions.

  • ERP - How To Sell ERP Solutions

  • This certification exam measures the ability to use the advanced X++ features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.

  • Learn more about the new Reporting and Data Virtualization features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. These features include: Reporting Extensions, SQL-based Reports, Fetch-based Reports.

  • Cover the background of LINQ from some basic C# 3.0 enhancements like var, anonymous type to delegate, anonymous method to LINQ.

  • Learn about Microsoft's new language, F#, a typed functional programming language for the Microsoft .NET Framework. F# combines functional programming with the runtime support, libraries, tools, and object model of .NET. Understand how F# asynchronous workflows help tame the complexity of parallel and asynchronous I/O programming and how to use F# in conjunction with tools such as Parallel Extensions for .NET.