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    IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Conference

    What are you looking for in a Reliability and Maintenance conference? If you are looking for a conference experience that will give you practical advice and how to implement that advice, look no further than the IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Conference. If you are looking to make real connections with vendors who can offer solutions and to your peers in other processing industries, this conference is for you. You’ll join a devoted following of Reliability and Maintenance professionals representing Management, Operations, Maintenance, Stores and Engineering. Over 400 speakers have shared their knowledge and experiences along with over 3,000 conference delegates. Many have attended this event more than five times over the years because this learning forum reflects the reality in industry. This is the conference to learn: • How to implement proven best practices • How to increase the skills that impact reliability • About new techniques and tools in presentations and workshops
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    Equipment Reliability Training Week

    You shouldn't have to deal with unreliable equipment! By the end of Equipment Reliability Training Week, you will have a clear understanding of the maintenance strategies that will work for your plant, how to maintain and inspect equipment to improve uptime, and a deeper understanding of how to manage maintenance costs. This training week is ideal for a mix of operations, maintenance and engineering. Topics include: Building your plant's PM Partnership for sustainable results Find the right maintenance strategy for your plant Cost Control and Asset Management Essential Care and Basic Inspection Techniques for Operators Space is limited to 30 people, bring your operations, maintenance and engineering team members for the most effective implementation at your plant. Contact us for your group discount at +1 919 847 8764. Have an idea for a topic contact us at info@idcon.com Speakers include: IDCON, UE Systems, Infraspection Institute, SPM and AMRII
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    Advanced .NET Framework Programming Using C#

    This hands-on course examines how to utilize advanced features of C# and the .NET Framework in order to build sophisticated, scalable, high-performing applications. Students learn how to use synchronous and asynchronous delegates to call methods using late binding, as well as how to use delegates to define and fire custom events and manage callbacks. The course shows how to build multithreaded applications and synchronize access to shared resources, including the Thread and ThreadPool classes as well as .NET 4.0's Task class and the Parallel Task Library. Coverage of the new .NET 4.5 Async and Await features is included. The course includes the use of LINQ to make queries of data, regardless of its location. Coverage includes using LINQ to Objects, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to DataSets and LINQ to XML, as well as how PLINQ can be used to make efficient queries on large sets of data located in memory. Comprehensive labs provide students with extensive experience coding with Visual Studio.
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    Windows Workflow Foundation Using C#

    This course covers WF 4.5 and uses Visual Studio 2015, which provides a visual designer for creating workflows. The course begins with an overview of the concepts of workflow and the programming model provided by WF. The essentials of WF programming are then covered followed by a systematic treatment of the major features of WF, including the Built-In Activity Library. Primitive and control flow activities are discussed, and the alternatives to hosting workflows are covered. Collection and parallel activities are covered. The creation of custom activities, both using the designer and code, is explained. Flowchart and state machine activities are covered. Persistence and bookmarks are discussed. Workflow Services, using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is covered. The course concludes with coverage of debugging, error handling, transactions and compensation. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
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    Introduction to ASP.NET Core MVC

    The course focuses on core portions of the .NET Framework that are common across many application areas. It starts with an introduction to the architecture and key concepts of .NET. The course then discusses class libraries, packages, metapackages and frameworks. Coverage includes working with delegates and events, I/O and serialization, memory management, processes and threads as well as threading and an introduction to the Task Parallel Library (TPL). This course also provides a practical hands-on introduction to developing Web applications using ASP.NET Core MVC 6 and C#. This Web development framework from Microsoft emphasizes separation of concerns in the architecture and testability of applications. This course covers the fundamentals of the Model-View-Controller design pattern and its implementation in ASP.NET Core MVC. Visual Studio 2017 with ASP.NET Core 2.0 is used as a productive platform for creating MVC Web applications.
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    Advanced MVC: Building Web Applications Using the ASP.NET Web API with C#

    This course provides students with the skills needed to create sophisticated web applications using advanced features of ASP.NET MVC, the Entity Framework, Web API, and the popular JavaScript libraries jQuery, jQuery UI, Bootstrap and AngularJS. Students will build several ASP.NET MVC web applications using Visual Studio during the week to reinforce the skills they learn. The course covers use of the Entity Framework to provide a data access layer for an MVC application. The Database First strategy is briefly examined before thorough coverage of the more configurable Code First strategy. Students will also learn how to use the Web API to build APIs that expose services and data via HTTP. These APIs can be used by a diverse set of clients including browsers, desktop applications and mobile devices.
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    Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell (10961)

    This is a Microsoft Official Course (MOC) and includes Microsoft courseware and hands-on labs. This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills to use Windows PowerShell 4.0 for administering and automating administration of Windows based servers. Students will learn to execute and monitor scripts more efficiently through more robust session connectivity, workflow capabilities, enhanced job scheduling, and Windows PowerShell Web Access. Learn Windows PowerShell with greater ease through improved cmdlet discovery and simplified, consistent syntax across all cmdlets. Write Windows PowerShell scripts quicker and more intuitively through the new Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) that enables script sharing, which connects IT pros to a larger Windows PowerShell user community. The course is built on Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 and while it is specifically focused on Windows PowerShell v4.0, is also relevant in v2.0 and v3.0 Windows PowerShell.
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    Identity with Windows Server 2016 (20742)

    This is a Microsoft Official Course (MOC) and includes Microsoft courseware and hands-on labs. This course teaches how to deploy and configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in a distributed environment, how to implement Group Policy, how to perform backup and restore, and how to monitor and troubleshoot Active Directory related issues with Windows Server 2016. Additionally, this course teaches how to deploy other Active Directory server roles such as Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS). This course is primarily intended for existing IT professionals who have some AD DS knowledge and experience and who aim to develop knowledge about identity and access technologies in Windows Server 2016. This would typically include AD DS administrators who are looking to train in identity and access technologies with Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2016.
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    Networking with Windows Server 2016 (20741)

    This is a Microsoft Official Course (MOC) and includes Microsoft courseware and hands-on labs. This course provides the fundamental networking skills required to deploy and support Windows Server 2016 in most organizations. It covers IP fundamentals, remote access technologies, and more advanced content including Software Defined Networking. This course is intended for existing IT professionals who have some networking knowledge and experience and are looking for a single course that provides insight into core and advanced networking technologies in Windows Server 2016. This audience would typically include network administrators who are looking to reinforce existing skills and learn about new networking technology changes and functionality in Windows Server 2016. It would also include System or Infrastructure Administrators with general networking knowledge who are looking to gain core and advanced networking knowledge and skills on Windows Server 2016.
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    SharePoint 2016 Power User and Introduction to Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms

    The course begins with an overview of SharePoint system architecture, then moves on to creating SharePoint Web sites. Students learn how to create new sites from scratch, as well as from built-in templates. Pages and web parts are then added to sites to provide greater flexibility to the way SharePoint is presented to users. Students will learn how to use built-in workflows, as well as how to display database records on SharePoint sites using Business Connectivity Services (BCS). Comprehensive hands on exercises illustrate the concepts and techniques presented, and provide practice creating common SharePoint components. During the last day of class, students are introduced to third-party Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms software. Nintex’s enhanced workflow functionality is explored, and students create workflow types not shown during the first three days of class.
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    Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions (20532)

    This is a Microsoft Official Course (MOC) and includes Microsoft courseware and hands-on labs.This course offers students the opportunity to take an existing web application and expand its functionality as part of moving it to Azure. The course does not require any existing experience with the ASP.NET platform but does require experience with C#. This course focuses on the development considerations and decisions necessary when building a highly available solution in the cloud.
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    Windows Forms Programming Using C#

    This course provides students with hands on experience using Visual Studio to create desktop applications using Windows Forms and the .NET Framework using C#. The course provides a thorough introduction to the C# programming language, including coverage of the essentials of the C# programming language, built in data types, operators, control structures, classes and methods, collections and exception handling. Students then learn how to leverage the power of the .NET Framework to build desktop applications. Students learn how to build Windows Forms applications and use with a variety of controls to create sophisticated user interfaces. Students also learn how to use the BackgroundWorker to perform asynchronous operations. Comprehensive labs provide the students with extensive experience creating and deploying Windows Forms-based desktop applications.
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    Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML

    This OOA&D training course presents the key concepts and methodologies required to perform quality object-oriented software engineering, with particular attention to practical techniques such as use-case and CRC analysis, UML diagramming, and patterns. Students practice applying object oriented analysis during the course to improve software designs and to see how software objects can be altered to build software systems that are more robust and less expensive. Students use several methods for analyzing software systems, finding and refining useful classes and relationships between objects. The course emphasizes the most practical analysis and design methods, including the application of use case analysis, CRC analysis, problem domain analysis, activity diagramming, interaction diagramming, and class diagramming. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is presented in detail and is used in the exercises and case studies.
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    Introduction to Spring 4, Spring MVC and Spring REST

    This course introduces the techniques for using the powerful capabilities of Spring 4 including the three main configuration styles: Java-based (@Configuration), annotation-based (@Component), and the traditional XML-based configuration that may still play an important role in existing and new projects. The course includes integrating Spring with Java EE Web applications and an introduction to Spring MVC. Spring MVC utilizes a Model-View-Controller pattern for building Web applications and the introduction covers the basics of Spring MVC and how it supports organizing your Web applications in a highly structured, loosely coupled manner. This includes an introduction to REST (Representational state transfer) and how to use Spring MVC to build RESTful resources and invoke them from Ajax-based front ends.This course will enable you to build working Spring applications and give you an understanding of the important concepts and technology.
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    Effectively Using Java Packages And Features

    This intermediate level course is intended for programmers who already have a fundamental understanding of Java programming and some experience writing code. It provides additional insights and details regarding some of the more advanced and useful capabilities contained in the Java Programming Language and it's associated packages. Topics include reflection and JavaBeans, Java type safety enhancements, the Java Collections Framework, Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), multithreading, inner classes, lambda expressions and networking. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
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    Learning to Program with Java

    This hands on Java Programming course provides an introduction to programming using the Java language. Students are introduced to the application development cycle, structure of programs, and specific language syntax. The course introduces important algorithmic constructs, string and character manipulation, dynamic memory allocation, standard I/O, and fundamental object-oriented programming concepts. The course explains the use of inheritance and polymorphism early on so the students can practice extensively in the hands on labs. Structured programming techniques and error handling are emphasized. The course includes the processing of command line arguments and environment variables so students will be able to write flexible, user-friendly programs. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
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    Learning to Program with C#

    This hands on C# programming course provides an introduction to programming using the C# language. Students are introduced to the application development cycle, structure of programs, and specific language syntax. The course also contains "Thinking Like a Programmer" sections that provide students insight on how to develop common algorithms. The course covers console and file I/O, string and character manipulation, managing data using collections and fundamental object-oriented programming concepts. Error handling techniques are also emphasized. The course also introduces how to access databases using ADO.NET and illustrates how to build user interfaces using Windows Forms. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency. This class is intended for non-programmers.
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    Microsoft Transact-SQL Programming

    This Transact-SQL programming course teaches students relational database fundamentals and SQL programming skills in the Microsoft SQL Server environment. Topics covered include relational database architecture, database design techniques, and simple and complex query skills. The course also covers Microsoft-specific T-SQL programming constructs, creation and use of stored procedures and user-defined functions, use of cursors and updateable views. This class is intended for analysts, developers, designers, administrators, and managers new to the SQL programming language. Upon completion, participants will understand SQL functions, join techniques, database objects and constraints, and will be able to write useful stored procedures and views as well as complex queries and updates. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
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    SQL Server 2017 Reporting Services

    This course introduces Microsoft's SQL Server Reporting Services 2017 (SSRS) utility. All reports are developed utilizing SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), however Report Designer is also introduced. Students will complete hands-on exercises creating a number of reports including table-based, cross tabular and forms based designs. Reports utilizing charts, gauges, KPIs, spark lines, data bars and tree maps will be built. Exercises will incorporate the use of report parameters and features such as drill down, interactive sorting, hyperlinks, book marks and report maps. The student will gain experience with the new Report Services Web portal, which enables publishing content other than paginated reports, such as Excel and Power BI. Students will also learn how to include KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) directly from a shared data set.
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    SQL Server 2016 Business Intelligence: Integration Services and Analysis Services

    The focus of this course is to familiarize developers with the use of SQL Server Engine, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) and SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) to create and populate data warehouses through ETL processing and build Multidimensional and Tabular models to use and reporting data sources. Students will learn how to design and build data warehouses and marts using SQL Server Management Studio. In a series of exercises, students develop SSIS packages designed to maintain a data warehouse using the Data Flow control flow task. Also demonstrated are other control flow tasks that can interact with an NTFS file system, FTP server, execute Win32 processes, send emails, and run .NET scripts. Based on the populated data warehouse they have created, students will then learn how to develop both Multidimensional and Tabular SSAS models using the languages Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) and Data Analysis Expressions (DAX).