Explore the practical sides of REST to build data-centric applications with Node
This is the first of a four-part series designed to help you prepare for the International Council of E-Commerce Consultant's Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) exam. This course focuses on several key areas of knowledge tested in that exam: You will learn how to perform reconnaissance on companies, networks, systems, and people; how to conduct footprinting; how to exercise resource enumeration; how to sniff networks and scan them in order to better understand the attack landscape; and how to ethically gain access to systems, networks and data.
Learn everything you need to know to pass the Certified Ethical Hacker exam in under 11 hours. Understand the basics of network and Internet accessible application technologies, common discovery, and analysis techniques as well as more advanced security concepts such as malware and cryptography.
In this Turning a Design into HTML Code and Using CSS video, we’ll cover how to determine structural elements needed to turn a design into a webpage, how to use a visual design to plan out the other HTML elements needed in that page, and how to code a webpage based on a visual design. We’ll also cover the syntax of CSS, type or element selectors, class selectors, ID selectors, descendant selectors, CSS specificity, and how to attach a CSS file to your HTML page.
xplore how to build websites using HTML, CSS and jQuery. Step by step guide to how websites are built from scratch
The Network Design Cookbook is a guide that provides a structured process that you, as a network engineer or a consultant, can use to meet your critical technical objectives while keeping within the parameters of industry best practices. While it primarily deals with Cisco equipment, the Network Design Cookbook lays out a design process that allows for the incorporation of products from other vendors.
In this course you will learn key issues plaguing the information security world, incident management process, and penetration testing.
Design patterns are a collection of language agnostic solutions to common programming problems. This Workshop is a quick overview that will get you familiar with their origin and how to find and use them.