Trainer MongoDB , Hery Purnama

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Silabus Mongodb


MONGODB FOR DEVELOPER

DURATIONS : 5 DAYS (09.00-16.00)
Description
MongoDB is one of the most important NoSQL databases you can work with these days. It’s extremely popular and MongoDB developers are in high demand.
No matter if you’re building web applications, mobile applications or any other kind of application or if you’re a data scientist – you’ll need to work with data. Storing data, querying it efficiently and minimizing complexities whilst optimizing performance are crucial tasks.
MongoDB makes working with data simple – it’s built on a philosophy that prioritizes performance and efficiency.
In this course, you’ll learn all about MongoDB from scratch. No prior MongoDB or database experience is required!

What you’ll learn
Use MongoDB to its full potential in future projects
Write efficient and well-performing queries to fetch data in the format you need it
Use all features MongoDB offers you to work with data efficiently
In detail, you’ll learn
>>  how to install and use MongoDB locally and in the cloud (MongoDB Atlas)
>>  how to perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations on MongoDB databases
>>  how to filter for data efficiently
>>  how to work with both the Mongo Shell and drivers (e.g. Node.js driver)
>>  how to increase performance by using indexes (and how to use the right indexes!)
>>  how to use the amazing “Aggregation Framework” that’s built into MongoDB
>>  what replica sets and sharding are
>>  how to use MongoDB Atlas – the cloud solution offered by MongoDB
>>  how to use the serverless platform (Stitch) offered by MongoDB
>>  and much more!

Requirements
NO prior knowledge on databases (of any kind) is required
General web development or mobile development knowledge will help you but is not a must-have
You can use any operating system – Windows, macOS, Linux, it’ll all work!
This course is a hands-on course – you’ll learn by writing code/ commands. We’ll work on a wide variety of example data and use-cases and by the end of the course, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to work with MongoDB in your next project!
This course is for you, no matter which programming language you plan on using, you’ll learn a uniform way of interacting with MongoDB that can be easily applied to any language.

This course is for you
>>  if you’re brand-new to MongoDB and databases in general
>>  if you got some basic database or even MongoDB experience – in this course, there are different entry points you can choose from!
>>  if you are a web or mobile app (or desktop app) developer who considers using MongoDB
>>  if you’re working in a team that considers using MongoDB (or already does use it)
>>  if you are primarily using SQL-based databases so far and you want to explore the most popular NoSQL alternative

This course is NOT for you
>>  if you’re looking for a guide on administrating MongoDB servers => This course focuses on the commands/ queries you write, it’s NOT an administration course

Who this course is for
Developers or data scientists who plan on (or are already) working with MongoDB
Everyone who’s interested in NoSQL databases
Both beginner and advanced MongoDB users who want to explore all the core features

Course content
Introduction
Introduction
What is MongoDB?
The Key MongoDB Characteristics (and how they differ from SQL Databases)
Understanding the MongoDB Ecosystem
Installing MongoDB
MongoDB Installation FAQ + Support
Time To Get Started!
Shell vs Drivers
MongoDB + Clients The Big Picture
Course Outline
How To Get The Most Out Of The Course

Understanding the Basics & CRUD Operations
Module Introduction
Understanding Databases, Collections & Documents
The Shell & MongoDB Drivers for Different Languages
Creating Databases & Collections
Understanding JSON Data
Comparing JSON & BSON
Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD) & MongoDB
Finding, Inserting, Deleting & Updating Elements
Understanding “insertMany()”
Diving Deeper Into Finding Data
“update” vs “updateMany()”
Understanding “find()” & the Cursor Object
Understanding Projection
Embedded Documents & Arrays – The Theory
Working with Embedded Documents
Working with Arrays
Accessing Structured Data
Time to Practice – The Basics & CRUD Operations

Schemas & Relations How to Structure Documents 
Resetting Your Database
Module Introduction
Why Do We Use Schemas?
Structuring Documents
Data Types – An Overview
Data Types in Action
Data Types & Limits
How to Derive your Data Structure – Requirements
Understanding Relations
One To One Relations – Embedded
One To One – Using References
One To Many – Embedded
One To Many – Using References
Many To Many – Embedded
Many To Many – Using References
Summarizing Relations
Using “lookUp()” for Merging Reference Relations
Planning the Example Exercise
Implementing the Example Exercise
Understanding Schema Validation
Adding Collection Document Validation
Changing the Validation Action

Exploring The Shell & The Server
Finding Available Options
Setting “dbpath” & “logpath”
Exploring the MongoDB Options
MongoDB as a Background Service
Using a Config File
Shell Options & Help

Using the MongoDB Compass to Explore Data Visually
Module Introduction
Exploring the MongoDB Compass

Diving Into Create Operations
Creating Documents – An Overview
Understanding “insert()” Methods
Working with Ordered Inserts
Understanding the “writeConcern”
The “writeConcern” in Practice
What is Atomicity?
Time to Practice – Create Operations

Read Operations – A Closer Look Module Introduction
Methods, Filters & Operators
Operators – An Overview
Query Selectors & Projection Operators
Understanding “findOne()” & “find()”
Working with Comparison Operators
Querying Embedded Fields & Arrays
Understanding “$in” and “$nin”
“$or” and “$nor”
Understanding the “$and” Operator
Using “$not”
Diving Into Element Operators
Working with “$type”
Understanding Evaluation Operators – “$regex”
Understanding Evaluation Operators – “$expr”
Time to Practice – Read Operations
Diving Deeper Into Querying Arrays
Using Array Query Selectors – “$size”
Using Array Query Selectors – “$all”
Using Array Query Selectors – “$elemMatch”
Time to Practice – Array Query Selectors
Understanding Cursors
Applying Cursors
Sorting Cursor Results
Skipping & Limiting Cursor Results
Using Projection to Shape our Results
Using Projection in Arrays
Understanding “$slice”
Useful Resources & Links

Update Operations
Updating Fields with “updateOne()”, “updateMany()” and “$set”
Updating Multiple Fields with “$set”
Incrementing & Decrementing Values
Using “$min”, “$max” and “$mul”
Getting Rid of Fields
Renaming Fields
Understanding “upsert()”
Updating Matched Array Elements
Updating All Array Elements
Finding & Updating Specific Fields
Adding Elements to Arrays
Removing Elements from Arrays
Understanding “$addToSet”

Understanding Delete Operations
Understanding “deleteOne()” & “deleteMany()”
Deleting All Entries in a Collection

Working with Indexes
What Are Indexes & Why Do We Use Them?
Adding a Single Field Index
Indexes Behind the Scenes
Understanding Index Restrictions
Creating Compound Indexes
Using Indexes for Sorting
Understanding the Default Index
Configuring Indexes
Understanding Partial Filters
Applying the Partial Index
Understanding the Time-To-Live (TTL) Index
Query Diagnosis & Query Planning
Understanding Covered Queries
How MongoDB Rejects a Plan
Using Multi-Key Indexes
Understanding Text Indexes
Text Indexes & Sorting
Creating Combined Text Indexes
Using Text Indexes to Exclude Words
Setting the Default Language & Using Weights

Working with Geospatial Data
Module Introduction
Adding GeoJSON Data
Running Geo Queries
Adding a Geospatial Index to Track the Distance
Adding Additional Locations
Finding Places Inside a Certain Area
Finding Out If a User Is Inside a Specific Area
Finding Places Within a Certain Radius
Time to Practice – Geospatial Data

Understanding the Aggregation Framework
What is the Aggregation Framework?
Getting Started with the Aggregation Pipeline
Using the Aggregation Framework
Understanding the Group Stage
Diving Deeper Into the Group Stage
Time to Practice – The Aggregation Framework
Working with $project
Turning the Location Into a geoJSON Object
Transforming the Birthdate
Using Shortcuts for Transformations
Understanding the $isoWeekYear Operator
$group vs $project
Pushing Elements Into Newly Created Arrays
Understanding the $unwind Stage
Eliminating Duplicate Values
Using Projection with Arrays
Getting the Length of an Array
Using the $filter Operator
Applying Multiple Operations to our Array
Understanding $bucket
Diving Into Additional Stages
How MongoDB Optimizes Your Aggregation Pipelines
Writing Pipeline Results Into a New Collection
Working with the $geoNear Stage

Working with Numeric Data
Number Types – An Overview
MongoDB Shell & Data Types
Understanding Programming Language Defaults
Working with int
Working with int
Doing Maths with Floats ints & ints
What’s Wrong with Normal Doubles?
Working with Decimal bit

MongoDB & Security
Module Introduction
Understanding Role Based Access Control
Creating a User
Assigning Roles to Users & Databases
Updating & Extending Roles to Other Databases
Time to Practice – Security
Adding SSL Transport Encryption
Encryption at REST

Performance, Fault Tolerancy & Deployment
What Influences Performance?
Understanding Capped Collections
What are Replica Sets?
Understanding Sharding
Deploying a MongoDB Server
Using MongoDB Atlas
Backups & Setting Alerts in MongoDB Atlas
Connecting to our Cluster

Transactions
What are Transactions?
A Typical Usecase
How Does a Transaction Work?

From Shell to Driver
Splitting Work Between the Driver & the Shell
Preparing our Project
Installing Visual Studio Code
Installing the Node.js Driver
Connecting Node.js & the MongoDB Cluster
Storing Products in the Database
Storing the Price as bit Decimal
Fetching Data From the Database
Creating a More Realistic Setup
Getting a Single Product
Editing & Deleting Products
Implementing Pagination
Adding an Index
Signing Users Up
Adding an Index to Make the Email Unique
Adding User Sign In

Introducing Stitch
Module Introduction
Stitch & MongoDB Realm
What is Stitch?
Preparations
Start Using Stitch
Adding Stitch to our App & Initializing It
Adding Authentication
Sending Data Access Rules
Fetching & Converting Data
Deleting Products
Finding a Single Product
Adding Products
Updating Products
Switching to User Email & Password Authentication
Adding User Sign Up & Confirmation
Adding User Login
Rules & Real Users
The Current State of Authentication
Functions & Triggers

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Trainer IBM Cognos Analytics – Hery Purnama

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What is IBM Cognos Analytics ?
Most of Indonesia Banking Industries are use  IBM Cognos Analytics for their business intelegence and data analytics tool.

IBM Cognos Business Intelligence is a web-based integrated business intelligence suite by IBM. It provides a toolset for reporting, analytics, scorecarding, and monitoring of events and metrics. The software consists of several components designed to meet the different information requirements in a company. IBM Cognos has components such as IBM Cognos Framework Manager, IBM Cognos Cube Designer, IBM Cognos Transformer.

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Trainer Dynamics AX Development X++ Jakarta Bandung

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MICROSOFT DYNAMICS
AX DEVELOPMENT

Durations         :  5 Days (09.00 – 15.00) Online
Description      :
Microsoft Dynamics AX
is the most versatile and extensive Tier 1 ERP product available for
enterprises operating locally or globally
Many leading
organizations all over the world are turning towards MS Dynamics AX Technical
for updating their business processes. Therefore,  the demand for certified Microsoft Dynamics
AX Technical professionals is skyrocketing and paving the way for enormous job
opportunities.
Objectives :
Microsoft Dynamics AX
Technical Training deals with Instalation, Adminstering, Configuration and
Development / Programming
Participants :
·        
Application Developer
·        
IT Technical Support
·        
Business Development
Prerequisites :
Basic Knowledge of
Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical
Topics include:
Architecture
· Introduction
to Microsoft Dynamics AX Development
· Features of
Microsoft Dynamics AX
· Elements of
Microsoft Dynamics AX Development
· Microsoft
Dynamics AX Object Server
· Application
Object Tree
· IntelliMorph
· MorphX
· Inheritance
· X++
· Microsoft
Dynamics AX Application Essentials
· Microsoft
Dynamics AX Layered Architecture
· Models and
Model management
· Tools for
Customization
· Security
· Inquiry and
Reports
· Conclusion
Data Components
· Introduction
to Microsoft Dynamics AX Data Dictionary
· MorphX and
the Application Object Tree
· Features of
the AOT
· Objects in
the Data Dictionary
· Tables
· Maps
· Views
· Extended
Data Types
· Base Enums
· Security
(Roles,Duties,policies)
· Microsoft
Dynamics AX Table Structure and Components
· Procedure:
Creating a Table in Microsoft Dynamics AX
· Relations
· Data Types
.Primitive and Extended
· Indexes
User Interfaces
· Projects
· Forms
· Elements
that Compose a Form
· Form
Designs
· Forms and
Their Data Sources
· Forms and
Their Methods
· Menus Items
in MorphX
· Microsoft
Dynamics AX Non-graphical Objects
· Macros
· Jobs
· Queries
· SSRS
Reports ( AX + SSRS integration Brief description)
· Working with Report Design
Programming
· Development
environment
· Introduction
to X++
· What is X++
· New
programming featurs in AX 2012.
· Object
Oriented Programming features
· How OOPS
concept used in AX.
· Development
Tools
· Best
Practices
· Objects and
Classes
· Introduction
to objects
· Methods
· Variables
and classes
· X++ Control
Statements
· Accessing
the Database
· Searching
for records
· Data
manipulation
· Queries
using X++ Language
· Development
Environment and Tools
· Training
Objectives
· Introduction
· Development
Environment Application
· AOS Setup
· Cross-References
· Performance/Monitoring
· Debugger
· System
Monitoring/ tracing
· Query

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UI UX FREELANCE TRAINER

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UI/UX DESIGN THINKING

Durations : 4 Days (09.00 – 15.00) Online

Descriptions : There are over 2 million apps on the App Store and growing. The only apps that do well are ones which are well designed both in terms of user interface and user experience. That’s why it so important to learn the design skills that will make your app stand out in a crowd.
The App Design Course is great for people with absolutely no design experience or experienced designers who want to get up to speed quickly with mobile app design. We’ll introduce you to the art of making beautiful apps. We’ll explore key UI and UX concepts that are essential to building good looking and easy to use apps that are loved by users.
The course has a practical component that takes you step-by-step through the workflow of a professional app designer. From user flow diagrams to wireframing to mockups and prototypes.
Students completing the course will have the knowledge to create beautiful and lovable apps that leave people with a smile on their face.The training vill be concucted by Mr. Hery Purnama


Objectives : What you’ll learn
Create mobile app designs from scratch
Understand the differences between designing for iOS and Android
Create wireframe designs for any digital project
Create mockups using Sketch and other tools
Create animated prototypes
Start a new career as a UI/UX designer

Participants : Applications Designer
Software Developer
IT Staff

Details : OVERVIEW
Introdcution of UX, UI and Design Thinking
why design is important for an app enterpreneur
Designer vs. Non Designer Thinking

COLOR THEORY
How to Combine Colours to Create Colour Palettes
Tools for Designing with Color Resources
Further Reading on Designing with Colour

TYPOGRAPHY
Introduction to Typography
The Serif Type Family – Origins and Use
The Sans Serif Type Family – Origins and Use
How Typography Determines Readability
How to Combine Fonts Like a Pro
Further More on Typography

USER INTERFACE (UI) DESIGN FOR MOBILE
What is User Interface (UI) Design?
The Tour Guide Approach to UI Design
What is Good Practice in Interaction Design
The Importance of Alignment
Colour in User Interface Design
The Many Ways of Designing Text Overlays
How to Be an Attention Architect
Further Reading on User Interface Design
What is User Experience (UX) Design?
Usability
Asking for Permissions
User Profiling
Form vs. Function
Consistency
Simplicity
Don’t Make Me Think
Onboarding
Idiot Boxes
Further Reading on User Experience Design

DESIGNING FOR IOS AND ANDROID – WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES
Android vs. iOS Design
Navigation
The Devil is in the Details
Differences in Icon Design
Flat Design vs. Material Design
Differences in Establishing Visual Hierarchy
iOS and Android Design Guidelines

STEP BY STEP GUID TO THE MOBILE DESIGN WORKFLOW
Step  Design Patterns and Colour Palettes
Where to find design patterns and colour palettes
Step  How to Create a User Flow Diagram
Step  How to Create Wireframes
Wireframing Resources
Step  How to Create Professional Mockups
Tools for Creating Mockups
How to use Sketch () to Create Mockups
How to Use Canva to Create Mockups
Your Turn to Create Your Own Mockups
Tools and Resources for Creating Mockups
Step  How to Create an Animated App Prototype
Tools and Resources for Creating Prototypes
Prototyping with Keynote
Protoyping with Marvel
Your Turn to Create a Prototype
Example Marvel Prototype

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