This course will familiarize students with all aspects of Windows forensics.By the end of this course students will be able to perform live analysis, capture volatile data, make images of media, analyze filesystems, analyze network traffic, analyze files, perform memory analysis, and analyze malware for a Windows subject on a Linux system with readily available free and open source tools. Students will also gain an in-depth understanding of how Windows works under the covers.
The need for building highly performant and maintainable user interfaces is now greater than ever. React, a library designed and developed by Facebook, can solve many of the existing problems users face today–including poor browser performance while handling dynamic interactions with high loads of data. React also solves a lot of challenges for front-end developers. Due to its popularity, other supporting frameworks, such as Redux, came into the picture to make applications more predictable, testable, and easier to debug. However, they come with a different approach to front-end development and testing.
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What happens when people use a smartphone to connect with your website or application? Are they delighted or frustrated? With more than a million touch-screen phones shipping every day, it’s vital that you design your site to appeal to the mobile crowd. This Learning Path will teach you how.
You’re a software developer with a basic knowledge of C#, but you want to learn how to build a GUI using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). In this learning path, you will be taught how to install Visual Studio on your computer, learn about WPF and XAML, and actually work through building a sample application. You will take a look at logical and visual trees, dependency properties, and look and feel issues. Then, once you have these basics under your belt, you will delve deeper into WPF and XAML and examine the core functionality. You will begin to look into property elements and custom dependency properties. Finally, you will take a look at data binding, control and data templates, triggers and dialogs.
Business users and analysts want quick, practical knowledge. Regarding SQL and database topics, they are more interested in how to use data rather than create it (this means the SELECT statement is highly relevant to them). As they progress they will likely want to know how to create their own databases, but only to a certain extent. The business logic of database design is likely what they are interested in. They may want to understand basic table design principles and a high-level understanding of normalization. But security, administration, data theory, and other DBA/engineering tasks will likely not be relevant to them. Typically when business users prototype a database for their business needs, they might hand it off to a DBA to put in production if it is deemed critical for the business.
Production debugging is hard, and it’s getting harder. With architectures becoming more distributed and code more asynchronous, pinpointing and resolving errors in production is no child's game. This session will cover advanced techniques that Java, Scala and Clojure developers can use to debug live servers and resolve critical errors in production quickly.We'll explore five crucial techniques for distributed and reactive logging, and some of the pitfalls that make resolution much more difficult (and even lead to downtime). We'll then dive into more advanced techniques and powerful tools for capturing live state from a production JVM without deploying new code, restarting the application or attaching a debugger.