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Leading Effective 1-on-1 Meetings

How to Structure & Lead Effective 1-on-1 Meetings to Boost Results & Benefit Your Job & Career

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

You’ve heard it over and over again … meetings are a complete waste of time. And with 39% of professionals admitting to falling asleep during a meeting in their life, it's hard to disagree. It’s no wonder meetings get a bad rap. Without any plan or agenda, they end up being just another excuse for team members to hang out and talk on the company dollar. But contrary to this growing perception, there’s still one type of meeting that’s commonly regarded as one of the most important functions within your business. The 1-on-1 meeting. And here you'll learn how to leverage it.

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  • Learn why 1-on-1 meetings are better than group meetings
  • Create effective 1-on-1s to guide career development
  • Dicover ways to conduct helpful performance reviews & formal meetings with your reports
  • Devote meeting time to projects & solve challenging problems with colleagues
  • Use 1-on-1s to effectively meet w/ people in different departments
  • Understand what it takes to have a successful 1-on-1 meeting w/ your boss

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Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Getting started
    • Why 1-on-1s are better than group meetings - 4:33
  • Meeting with direct reports
    • Keys to effective 1-on-1s with your reports - 4:18
    • Career development meetings for your reports - 4:25
    • Conducting performance reviews and formal meetings - 4:47
  • Meeting with colleagues
    • 1-on-1 project meetings with colleagues - 3:51
    • Meeting with colleagues in other departments - 4:23
    • Working through problems with colleagues - 4:12
  • Meeting with your boss
    • Effective 1-on-1 meetings with your boss - 4:00
    • Your performance reviews and career development - 4:17
    • When you're unhappy at a job - 3:54
  • Wrapping Up
    • Conclusions - 1:42

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Skillsets to Shift Your Career to Product Management

Develop the Skills You Need to Break Into a Lucrative Product Management Career

By Raj Karamchedu | in Online Courses

Product Management is an increasingly vital skill-set for companies to possess, and many high-paying positions are becoming available across different fields. This course specifically focuses on day-to-day Product Management skills for B2B companies. You'll learn to think like a Product Manager so you can ace your next Product Management interview!

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  • Understand the "why" behind Product Management activities
  • Learn how companies of all sizes implement Product Management processes
  • Gain tips for interviewing for Product Management positions

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Raj Karamchedu is a Silicon Valley technology business executive with 20 years of experience in the markets of wireless, mobile, semiconductors, software and hardware. Until recently he was at Broadcom. Prior to that he was a co-founder of Silicon Valley-based startup (bootstrapped) called wilfow tv. Until February 2012 he was at Legend Silicon (an Intel Capital-funded fabless startup) with two hats, Vice president of Product Management and Chief Operating Officer.

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  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • Section 1: Introduction
    • 1. Who Should Take this Course, and Why? - 4:40
  • Section 2: Key Decisions a Product Manager Must Make
    • 2. What is Expected from a Product Manager? - 4:49
    • 3. How it Really is Conflict Management - 11:01
    • 4. Three Key Decisions a Product Manager Must Make - 7:08
  • Section 3: First Steps in Defining a New Product
    • 5. Three Key Questions to Get Started - 9:33
    • 6. Thinking for a Roadmap - 1 - 6:36
    • 7. Thinking for a Roadmap - 2 - 5:20
  • Section 4: The new Product Introduction (Phase-Gate) Process
    • 8. Why This Process? - 6:04
    • 9. Limits of the NPI Process - 6:41
    • 10. Preliminary Concept-Approval Questions - 9:47
    • 11. Rigorous, Funding-Approval Questions - 6:18
  • Section 5: Key Questions in Defining a New Product
    • 12. What Questions are Important? - 14:37
    • 13. Example of Brainstorming Scenario - 10:39
    • 14. Intermediate Summary - 7:41
  • Section 6: Building the Business Case
    • 15. Summary Structure of a Business Case - 9:12
    • 16. From Business Case to Market Analysis - 13:35
    • 17. how to do Market Analysis (TAM, SAM. SOM) - 13:07
    • 18. Reconciling Bottom-up & Top-down Forecasts - 10:37
    • 19. ROI, Break-even Point, Gross Margin (12-Quarters) - 13:37
  • Section 7: Approaching the Customer to Validate Your Assumptions
    • 20. Three Benefits From Asking for Customer Validation - 8:21
    • 21. Three Rules for Approaching Your Customer for Early Feedback - 11:09
  • Section 8: Thinking About Differentiation & Go-To-Market Plan
    • 22. Two Levels of Relatedness Between You & Your Customer - 10:15
    • 23. Five Questions You Need to Answer for Going to Market - 11:35
  • Section 9: Managing Requirements & Plan with Development Team
    • 24. Eleven Key Points to Help you Manage Product Requirements - 18:10
    • 25. Three Guidelines to Avoid Marketing vs. Engineering Disfunction - 13:38
    • 26. Intermediate Summary - 3:05
  • Section 10: Preparing For Product Funding Pitch
    • 28. Preparing for New Product Review Board (NPRB) Presentation - 11:40
    • 27. Anatomy of MRD & PRD - 14:27
  • Section 11: During the Product Development
    • 29. Two Traps to Avoid During the Product Development - 9:37
    • 30. A Look at Full Product Life Cycle - 13:08
  • Section 12: Releasing the Product
    • 31. Preparing Good Sales Collateral - 14:57
    • Product Release Process: From Product to Customer-ready Product - 10:46
  • Section 13: Listening to Market, Starting Next Product, Conclusion
    • 33. Listening to Market: Bug Scrub, QBR, Conclusion of the Course - 11:42
  • Section 14: Document Templates
    • Resources/Files

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The Complete MySQL Bootcamp

Use The World's Most Popular Open-Source SQL Database to Solve Your Data Problems

By Joe Parys | in Online Courses

Whether you work in marketing, sales, or app development, chances are you'll have questions that only data can solve, which is why virtually everyone can benefit from learning MySQL. Based on SQL (Structured Query Language), MySQL is the world's most popular open-source SQL database and is used by the likes of Amazon, Apple, Twitter, many other top companies. This course serves as your SQL and MySQL primer, walking you through the basic syntax, queries, and more so you can add this data-driven tool to your workflow.

  • Access 159 lectures & 8 hours of training 24/7
  • Learn how to fluently use SQL & MySQL
  • Explore the basic syntax of MySQL
  • Discover how to join two or more tables
  • Learn how to design and develop schemes
  • Explore building web applications with PHP
  • Learn how to build the data structure of a social networking website

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Joe Parys is a certified life coach, professional motivational speaker, entrepreneur, licensed psychology teacher and head basketball coach for USA Basketball. His main areas of expertise are teaching, coaching, public speaking, personal development, personal transformation, the human mind, maximizing human potential, motivation and goal setting.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
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  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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Course Outline

  • INTRODUCTION TO MYSQL
    • Would You Like To Learn MySQL From Scratch?! - 2:10
    • 0.5) Welcome to the Complete MySQL Course! - 2:33
    • 1 Introductin to Intro - 3:29
    • 2 How to Use MySQL - 3:40
    • 3 Tooling and isntalling mysql - 2:44
    • 4 Tooling and Hello world - 4:38
  • DATABASES AND QUERIES
    • 1 Creating Database - 4:38
    • 1 Creating Databases
    • 2 Dropping Databases
    • 2 Dropping Databases - 3:19
    • 3 Data Types - 3:52
    • 3 Data Types
    • 4 Creating Table - 7:57
    • 5 Dropping Table - 4:09
    • 5 Dropping Table
    • 6 Alter Table
    • 6 Alter Table - 8:10
    • 7 Inserting Data into Database - 8:05
    • 7 Inserting Data into Database
    • 8 Inserting Multiple Records - 3:22
    • 8 Inserting Multiple Data
    • 9 Deleting A Row - 3:01
    • 9 Deleting A Row
    • 10 Deleting Multiple Rows - 2:18
    • 10 Deleting Multiple Rows
    • 11 Truncate - 2:03
    • 11 Truncate
    • 12 Inserting Fake Data - 5:50
  • SQL Statements Fundamentals
    • 1 Statements Basics - 0:47
    • 1 Generate Fake Data
    • 2 The Select Statement - 9:00
    • 2 SELECT Statement
    • 3 SELECT DISTINTC - 4:14
    • 3 SELECT DISTINCT
    • 4 WHERE - 9:52
    • 4 WHERE
    • 5 Alises AS
    • 5 Alias AS - 2:56
    • 6 LIMIT and Offset - 2:58
    • 6 LIMIT and Offset
    • 7 SELECT COUNT - 4:09
    • 7 SELECT COUNT
    • 8 Between - 2:07
    • 8 Between
    • 9 IN - 2:49
    • 9 IN
    • 10 Order By - 5:44
    • 10 Order By
    • 11 Aggregate Function - 4:27
    • 11 Aggregate Functions
    • 12 Group By - 14:42
    • 12 Group by
    • 13 HAVING - 5:44
    • 13 HAVING
  • Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD)
    • 1 Intro - 2:33
    • 1 intro
    • 2 Create - 3:20
    • 2 Create
    • 3 Read - 2:39
    • 3 Read
    • 4 Update
    • 4 Update - 5:35
    • 5 Delete
    • 5 Delete - 5:43
  • Data Types and Operators
    • 1 Intro - 0:42
    • 2 CHAR - 11:09
    • 2 CHAR
    • 3 Decimal - 7:29
    • 3 Date and Time
    • 3 Decimal
    • 4 Date and Time - 8:26
    • 4 Date and Time
    • 5 Current Time and Date
    • 5 Current Time and Date - 4:12
    • 6 Date and Time Functions
    • 6 Date and Time Funcations - 7:48
    • 7 DATEDIFF - 6:41
    • 8 DATEADD - 4:35
    • 8 DateADD
    • 9 TIMEstamps and CURRENTTIME STAMP - 10:43
    • 9 Timestamps and CURRENT TIME STAMP
    • 10 SDate Format - 4:02
    • 10 Date Format
    • Links
  • String and Mathematical Functions
    • 1 Intro - 2:16
    • 1 Substr
    • 2 Substr - 2:25
    • 3 Concat - 3:05
    • 3 Concat
    • 4 ASCII - 2:27
    • 4 ASCII
    • 5 BIN - 2:05
    • 5 BIN
    • 6 TRIM
    • 6 TRIM - 2:22
    • 7 String Length
    • 7 String Length - 2:21
    • 8 Upper and Lower Case - 3:09
    • 8 Upper and Lower Case
    • 9 Reverse - 2:13
    • 9 Reverse
    • 10 String Replace - 4:47
    • 10 String Replace
    • 11 String Compare - 2:59
    • 11 String Compare
    • 12 Intro to Maths Functions - 0:44
    • 13 Rand - 1:28
    • 13 Rand
    • 14 Round - 1:54
    • 14 Rand
  • Joins and Relationships
    • 1 Introduction to Relationships - 4:58
    • 1 Inner Join
    • 2 Types Of Relation - 6:17
    • 2 Cross Join
    • 3 One to Many Relation - Free Preview - 7:30
    • 3 Left Join
    • 4 Querying Table - 5:58
    • 5 Cross Join - 2:14
    • 5 Querying Table
    • 6 Inner Join - 15:54
    • 7 Left Join - 9:00
    • 8 Right Join - 4:26
  • PROJECT I : Twitter Clone Design & Development
    • 1 Intro - 0:49
    • 2 Our Entities Basics - 3:27
    • 3 Working with Users Schema - 8:43
    • 4 Tweets Schema - 10:15
    • 5 Inserting Tweets - 6:56
    • 6 Tweet Replies - 14:39
    • 7 Relation Between Users and Replies - 4:42
    • 8 Tweet Has Reply - 6:10
    • 9 Likes and Its relation - 20:43
    • Porject Codes
  • Project II : Contact Diary Web Application
    • 1 Intro - 3:44
    • 2 Building UI - 8:10
    • 3 Table Schema - 3:45
    • 4 Connecting to Database - 6:24
    • 5 Adding Contacts to Database - 7:27
    • 6 Contact Lists - 4:42
    • 7 Deleting From Table - 6:03
    • 8 Details of Contact - 7:40
    • 9 Update Contacts - 8:15
    • 10 Checks - 3:40
    • contacts
    • edit
    • DB_SCHEMA
    • contacts
    • index
    • update
    • conn
    • details
    • delete
  • BONUS: Git and Github
    • 1 Intro - 2:02
    • 2 Git Installation - 3:41
    • 3 Cloning From Github - 5:46
    • 4 Repositories - 5:35
    • 5 Pushing on github - 7:41
    • 6 Pull from Github - 3:13
    • 7 Branches Basics - 7:22
  • Course Summary, and Conclusion
    • MYSQL CONCLUSION - 1:37

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Advanced Product Management

Learn the Skills Product Managers Use Every Day

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

In this truly modern course, you'll learn all of the advanced skills and techniques that successful product managers use in their day-to-day working lives. From how to implement vision and strategy to getting a better understanding of how to use data, these lectures are designed for for founders, CEOs and, of course, product managers. With real world examples demonstrating exactly how to execute each approach, you'll find out exactly what to do (and what not to do) to build your company up to the level it deserves.

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  • Understand what vision & strategy actually mean
  • Discover how the product development hierarchy works
  • Learn the most common types of strategy
  • Set out an effective roadmap
  • Use a more modern & agile form of roadmapping
  • Understand the types of metrics you should be monitoring & optimizing
  • Analyze metrics using cohorts
  • Gain an understanding of origin source sorting & how this can skew product metrics

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Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Course overview - 2:31
  • Product Management Foundations of Vision and Strategy
    • Intro to vision & strategy - 2:19
    • Vision vs. strategy - 4:36
    • Understanding the product development hierarchy - 4:27
    • A deeper dive on the art of vision - 6:35
    • How to set vision as a leader, CEO, or PM - 6:27
    • Real world examples of great vision using the framework - 13:00
    • Product strategy 101 - 8:53
    • Real world examples of strategy - 9:35
    • Putting it all together - vision as a PM vs CEO - 6:04
    • RECAP - Roadmapping - 5:18
    • Agile roadmapping using vision and OKRs - 5:56
    • Review & Recap: Strategy & vision
    • Q&A Vision & strategy (part 1) - 17:18
    • Q&A Vision & strategy (part 2) - 15:33
  • Vision Case Study
    • Vision case study (part 1) - 28:33
    • Vision case study (part 2) - 18:34
  • Advanced Metrics for Product Managers
    • Intro to metrics - 3:56
    • How to better tie metrics to product strategy - 8:05
    • RECAP - How to pick good metrics - 11:23
    • Leading vs. lagging metrics - 7:26
    • Metrics by cohort - 5:48
    • How to design a cohort analysis - 4:31
    • Metrics with origin source sorting - 7:28
    • Example - Origin source sorting - 12:19
    • Intro to T-testing - 10:10
    • T-testing example - 16:37
    • When to use data vs. intuition - 6:20
    • Review & Recap: Advanced metrics
  • Metrics by Industry
    • E-commerce metrics (part 1) - 8:42
    • E-commerce metrics (part 2) - 4:45
    • Mobile app metrics - 10:54
    • Marketplace metrics - 11:51
    • Review & Recap: Metrics in different industries
  • Interviews with Product Managers
    • Interview with Melissa Perri, CEO of Produx Labs (part 1) - 25:46
    • Interview with Melissa Perri, CEO of Produx Labs (part 2) - 16:34

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Advanced Product Management #2

Master Communication, People Management, & Leadership

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

To quickly move up the product management career ladder, you'll need to master two skills: communication and leadership. This course will give you step-by-step advice on how to do just that. Split into four parts, the course offers both expert guidance and real-world examples. You'll delve into communication strategies, leadership, career acceleration, and people management. By the end, you should have a clear idea of what it takes to become a top-rated product manager and you'll know how to put every tip and trick into action.

  • Access 35 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Excel at Steve Jobs-esque storytelling
  • Get help w/ public speaking
  • Learn how to deal w/ colleagues in one-on-one scenarios
  • Become a better leader
  • Learn about the job opportunities that come from product management

Instructor

Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Course overview - 2:43
  • Mastering Communication for PMs
    • Intro to Communication - 2:11
    • The Art of Presentations - Design and Delivery - 12:06
    • The Art of Presentations - Tell a Story like Steve Jobs - 6:07
    • Master Public Speaking - 5:33
    • Interpersonal Communication - Body Language - 9:16
    • Interpersonal Communication - Personality Types - 8:27
    • Personality Types - Real world usage & Cole's example - 8:45
    • Documentation Pro Tips - 7:26
    • Review & Recap: Section 2
  • Leadership for Product Managers
    • Introduction to leadership - 3:10
    • Becoming a Leader - 6:42
    • Becoming a Leader (part 2) - Communication - 6:22
    • Influencing and Leading Without Authority - 5:18
    • How to Make Yourself Visible - 5:12
    • My Favorite Exercise to Lead Your Team Better - 5:02
    • Review & Recap: Section 3
  • Accelerating Your PM Career
    • Introduction to Accelerating Your Career - 1:59
    • Things Every Product Manager Needs to Do ASAP - 5:17
    • Mastering the PM Career Path - 8:05
    • Understanding Promotions and How to Get Them - 5:51
    • Becoming Semi-Famous - Advanced Personal Branding - 8:52
    • 4 Tips on Becoming a Better Product Manager - 6:08
    • Review & Recap: Section 4
  • Managing People as a PM
    • Introduction to People Management - 1:42
    • Why Managing PMs is Uniquely Challenging - 6:12
    • Managing Product Managers - 6:09
    • The Right Way to Have 1 on 1 Meetings - 6:15
    • Managing Upwards as a PM - 6:29
    • Review & Recap: Section 5
  • Case Study on Presentations & a Cool Interview
    • Case Study: Let's Make a Boring Presentation More Fun! (part 1) - 30:58
    • Case Study: Let's Make a Boring Presentation More Fun! (part 2) - 37:36
    • Interview with Ron Feldman, VP of Product at Managed by Q (part 1) - 23:39
    • Interview with Ron Feldman, VP of Product at Managed by Q (part 2) - 21:58
  • Conclusions
    • The end - 1:27

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Project Management Fundamentals

Learn How to Effectively Analyze, Plan, Execute, & Manage Projects

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

Did you know only 2.5% of companies successfully complete 100% of their projects? Hard to believe this could be the case when a staggering 97% of organizations believe project management is critical to business success. So the question then becomes, "Are you doing everything in your power to successfully manage your projects?" If you’re not managing your projects correctly, you’re not only setting yourself up for failure, you’re also wasting precious time, money, and resources doing things ineffectively, and likely damaging your company in the process. So how exactly can you manage projects effectively and efficiently to make sure they come out successful each and every time? Well, that’s exactly what you'll learn in this course.

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  • Learn the role of a project manager & the skills you need to be successful
  • Define, develop, & pitch an idea to get a project initiated
  • Plan out & properly execute your project
  • Accept, process, & integrate changes to your project along the way
  • Help teammates overcome obstacles & challenges, and how to keep them motivated to maintain progress
  • Understand how to review finished projects to ensure successful completion

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Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • The role of a project manager - 5:27
  • Beginning a Project
    • How to initiate a project - 4:39
    • Planning a project - 4:51
    • Skills every project manager needs - 4:25
  • Working on a Project
    • Executing a project - 4:14
    • How to integrate changes into a project - 4:21
    • Motivating your project team - 4:16
  • Getting Projects Done
    • Monitoring project progress - 4:39
    • Completing a project - 4:31
    • Choosing the right project management style - 4:21
  • Wrapping Up
    • Conclusions - 1:51

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Lean Management

Reduce Waste & Boost Efficiency

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

Did you know that 20% of all businesses fail within their first year and only 50% make it to year five? So how do you make sure you have the right processes in place to ensure your business is primed for success? That’s where Lean Management comes in. Lean Management is an approach that seeks to eliminate any waste in a business process by cutting out steps that don’t create value. Effective Lean Management can boost sales and improve customer satisfaction while making your company more effective. This course will show you how to do it.

  • Access 11 lectures & 0.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn what lean management is & how to make it work for your organization
  • Effectively lead & improve your team using lean principles
  • Eliminate unnecessary tasks & delays in your production process
  • Reduce mistakes, overproduction, & overprocessing caused by your workflow
  • Map out, analyze, & optimize your own process
  • Improve your team using lean principles

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Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting Started
    • What is lean management? - 4:39
  • Principles of Lean Management
    • Principles of the lean philosophy - 4:43
    • Qualities of an effective lean manager - 4:49
  • Using Lean to Improve a Process
    • Using lean to reduce delays - 4:45
    • Using lean to eliminate unnecessary production - 4:22
    • Using lean to reduce movement - 4:16
    • Using lean to reduce mistakes - 4:10
  • Implementing Lean in Your Company
    • Applying lean principles to your process - 4:04
    • Improving your team using lean principles - 4:21
    • Building a lean culture - 4:15
  • Wrapping Up
    • Conclusions - 2:04

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The Non-Technical Person's Guide To Building Apps

Business-Savvy But Tech-Illiterate? That Won't Be a Problem after This Course

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

It can be extremely difficult to launch an idea without any prior technical knowledge or a technical partner. However, as an aspiring entrepreneur, a freelancer, or a small business owner, you need to learn how to independently test and launch your ideas. In this course, you'll learn how to launch your product or app without learning how to code, recruiting a technical partner, or breaking the bank.

  • Access 99 lectures & 15 hours of content 24/7
  • Discover the program, Launchrock, & how to use a landing page for validation purposes
  • Understand the best route for designing your app
  • Wireframe like a pro w/ Balsamiq
  • Learn how to find & validate the best contractors
  • Get lifetime access to weekly updates w/ new tips, tricks, tools & discussions
  • Bug hunt on both web & mobile w/ free tools

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Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Get acquainted
    • Meet the instructor - 5:16
    • Say hi! - 1:20
    • Course Overview - 2:54
  • Getting ready
    • The 3 essentials of feasibility - 8:27
    • How much is this going to cost? - 12:44
    • Is learning to code a waste of time? - 5:41
  • Start validating your idea
    • The idea validation framework - 11:25
    • The idea we're going to use as an example - 3:19
    • Customer segmentation - 14:08
    • Running a qualitative analysis offline - 14:59
    • Extra: Before you start validating - 4:12
  • Scope out your competition
    • Advanced search techniques for finding competitors - 13:35
    • Running a competition analysis - 16:48
  • Getting your first customer feedback
    • Conducting the 5 second test - 15:59
    • Proved.co method - 8:35
    • Quick & Easy validation through email - 12:42
    • Validation through online groups - 18:42
  • Creating your pitch experiment
    • How to create a Launchrock landing page to gauge interest with - 18:52
    • Using UnBounce for more in depth analysis - 12:48
    • Setting up A/B tests for your Unbounce page - 16:59
    • Adding conversion goals + dynamic text - 7:28
    • Adding a payment button to your page - 11:04
    • Extra: Using a payment button in email - 5:12
    • Extra: Getting a logo for free - 8:01
    • Extra: Getting a better logo for $5 - 6:51
    • Extra: Getting domain names - 9:59
  • Testing your idea in the wild
    • Using Google ads + Launchrock for validation - 16:35
    • Using Facebook ads + Launchrock to test your idea - 15:53
    • Getting free coupons for Google ($75), Facebook ($50), Bing ($50) - 7:02
  • Evaluating results
    • Looking over the results - 6:20
    • What to do with emails IMMEDIATELY - 1:51
    • To repeat or not - 6:40
  • Introduction to prototyping
    • Crash course terminology - 12:00
    • What exactly is a wireframe? And what's a prototype? - 6:23
    • The reason we use wireframes and prototypes - 10:02
    • Concepts: High fidelity and low fidelity - 6:38
    • Important things to understand beforehand - 4:43
    • Picking a tool - 8:07
    • Following the construction path - 18:28
  • Pre-prototyping exercises
    • Coming up with strategy - 11:27
    • Coming up with scope of our project - 18:23
  • Sketching it on the cheap
    • Intro to sketching - 1:10
    • Materials for sketching - 3:45
    • Sketch it out part 1 - 8:13
    • Sketch it out part 2 - 14:55
    • Upgrade to a tool, getting started with Pidoco - 10:25
    • Getting used to the features in Pidoco - 11:42
    • Creating a quick sitemap upfront - 14:54
    • The site elements to start with - 5:37
    • Using templates - 2:32
    • Handling images in Pidoco - 9:52
    • Adding and controlling layers in Pidoco - 8:07
    • Annotate everything - 10:46
    • Getting up and running with Balsamiq - 19:48
    • Balsamiq continued - 3:33
    • An example of a page made with Balsamiq - 3:20
    • Creating the low fidelity version of the Happy Hour app - 38:23
  • Making an interactive prototype
    • Why I don't use HTML,CSS - 2:43
    • Introducing M.A.P. - 10:01
    • Adding interactivity to your prototype - 15:02
    • Creating the tablet version - 9:56
    • Collaborators & reviewers - 12:49
  • Designing it on the cheap (optional)
    • Design it! - 3:27
    • Option #1: Graphic design freelancers - should I go this route? - 9:00
    • Option #3: Templates - 13:31
    • The design packet - save yourself 80% of the headaches - 5:44
  • Building it on the cheap
    • Where to find freelancers - 7:40
    • Intro to Elance - 19:16
    • Intro to Elance continued - 2:28
    • Intro to Upwork - 19:38
    • Intro to Upwork continued - 5:51
    • Intro to Freelancer - 8:59
    • 5 pillars for evaluating contractors - 16:33
    • The $50 test - 4:12
    • 6 red flags to look for - 8:09
    • Tools for bug testing - 8:44
    • Becoming a bug hunting master - 11:30
    • Bug hunting on mobile - a whole new beast - 5:11
  • Bonus tips
    • Tip: Don't worry about extra work - follow my guidance - 2:13
    • In country or out of country? It's easy - 4:44
    • Are contractors a long term solution? - 6:09
    • The difference between outsourcing and contracting - 2:45
    • How do you pick a development "stack"? - 11:27
    • Tip: Some thoughts on bug hunting - 1:42
    • Tip: Why are freelancers so cheap? - 5:21
    • Tip: Fixed rate vs hourly rate - Use my method! - 10:01
    • Tip: Equitizing your contractor - 5:34
    • Tip: Off hours developers - what they are, where to find them - 3:09
    • Tip: The truth about referrals - 3:22
    • Tip: What is good? Avoid this trap - 9:12
    • Tip: Accelerate your testing this way - 0:49
    • Outsourcing & Protecting your IP - 8:57
  • The finish line and beyond
    • Where do I go from here? - 3:46
  • Course commentary
    • The dilemma of recruiting tech - 18:02
    • Why does equity matter? - 13:49
    • Product - Team - Interest - Traction - 9:02
  • Extras
    • Our $4k NDA. Yours for free
    • 70 code-less tools for running and growing your business
    • 77 tools for building a code-less site, store, blog, or app

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Become a Product Manager

Discover the Job Analysts Are Calling a "Mini-CEO" & How to Make It Yours

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

More and more companies are figuring out how important Product Managers are to their success. But there aren't any degrees or certifications in Product Management, so most get into the field through luck or connections. In this course, however, you'll jump ahead of the competition when you learn what you need to know and what you have to do to break into an exciting and lucrative career as a Product Manager.

  • Access 158 lectures & 11 hours of content 24/7
  • Answer the question: What is a Product Manager
  • Think about the type of Product Manager you want to be
  • Learn the 4 major phases of the product lifecycle
  • Discover the product development process
  • Understand Agile, Scrum, & Kanban

Instructor

Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Before starting the course
    • Course Overview - 5:06
    • First thing to do - 1:35
    • Choose your own adventure
    • Yay, free stuff! - 3:06
    • Why Product Management is awesome - 2:02
  • Introduction to Product Management
    • What is a product manager? - 3:26
    • What is a Product? - 0:10
    • QUIZ 1: Products and Product Managers
    • [ACTIVITY] The Big Bloated Blue Bird
    • 3 Different Types of Product Manager roles - 4:11
    • How to think about the type of PM you want to be - 4:01
    • Product vs Project Management - 6:41
    • A day in the life of a PM - 4:44
    • QUIZ 2: The world of Product Management
    • Section 2 Review & Recap
  • Introduction to Product Development
    • The 4 Major Phases of the Product Lifecycle - 3:10
    • QUIZ 3: Did you catch all of that?
    • [ACTIVITY] Six Products Four Phases - Can you guess which?
    • Product Lifecycle Phases - Real Examples - 4:06
    • The Product Development Process - 3:18
    • Getting Deeper Into the Product Development Process - 4:18
    • QUIZ 4: Product lifecycle and development
    • What is "Lean product development"? - 1:52
    • What is "Agile"? - 1:37
    • What is "Scrum" and how does it work? - 4:17
    • What is "Kanban" and how does it work? - 2:46
    • What is Waterfall development? - 1:12
    • Real world examples of Waterfall and Agile - 4:26
    • QUIZ 5: Speaking “Product development”
    • Section 3 Review & Recap
  • Ideas and user needs
    • Intro to Ideas and User Needs - 1:53
    • Where ideas come from as a PM - 4:31
    • QUIZ 6: On the origin of ideas
    • Getting to the Real User Needs - 7:54
    • [ACTIVITY]: Separating the Signal from the Noise
    • Users vs. Customers - 1:41
    • QUIZ 7: Ideas and user needs
    • Section 4 Review & Recap
  • Competitive & Market analysis
    • Market Research - Sizing the market - 4:04
    • Introduction to Finding competitors - 3:04
    • Finding competitors as a Product Manager - 12:18
    • Direct / Indirect / Potential Competitors - 7:30
    • QUIZ 8: One company to rule them all
    • The 5 criteria for understanding competitors - 6:04
    • The last 3 criteria for understanding competitors - 5:36
    • QUIZ 9: The dating game
    • What's a feature table? - 2:03
    • Putting together a feature table - 6:03
    • [ACTIVITY] Oculus Rift Between Your Friends
    • Practice building a feature table - 8:30
    • Analyze specific features - 11:42
    • [ACTIVITY] Wunderlist & their not so wunderful dilemma
    • Monitoring your competitors - 11:03
    • What do we ultimately care about as a PM - 1:33
    • Section 5 Review & Recap
  • Customer Development
    • What is customer development? - 6:46
    • The 4 types of interviews - 10:22
    • Key differences in customer development - 2:37
    • QUIZ 10: Customer development
    • Who you should talk to - 9:56
    • Finding interviewees externally - 11:55
    • Finding interviewees internally - 9:22
    • How to get them to talk - 9:36
    • Practice writing emails - 9:15
    • How to run a customer interview correctly - 8:22
    • Good questions bad questions - 7:06
    • Building User Personas off your Interviews - 3:28
    • Real life example of a user persona - 1:48
    • The Product Manager & the data diet - 4:25
    • QUIZ 11: Understanding customer development
    • Section 6 Review & Recap
  • Designing and Running Experiments
    • What is an MVP? - 6:37
    • How do PMs think about MVPs? - 6:59
    • 7 steps to running an MVP experiment - 4:11
    • QUIZ 12: You down with MVP?
    • Identifying your assumptions - 7:17
    • FOLLOW ALONG: Let's identify the assumptions for Zirx - 7:05
    • Finding the riskiest assumption of them all - 5:52
    • Making decisions: The risk-difficulty square - 5:57
    • What is a hypothesis? - 3:41
    • Putting together a hypothesis - 6:49
    • FOLLOW ALONG: Identifying Zirx's hypothesis - 4:14
    • What is a minimum criteria for success? - 8:24
    • Creating a formula for your MCS - 8:18
    • OPTIONAL: Making the calculation for startups - 3:18
    • MVP techniques - emails, shadows, & whoops - 8:39
    • More MVP techniques - walk me throughs & pitch experiments - 7:29
    • Even more MVP techniques - bellhops, Dorothy, & Frankensteins - 6:57
    • In depth - Email based MVPs - 3:27
    • In depth - Shadow buttons - 2:31
    • In depth - Coming soon & 404 MVPs - 3:42
    • In depth - Explainer videos - 5:22
    • In depth - Piecemeal MVPs - 4:42
    • In depth - Concierge service MVPs - 4:20
    • OPTIONAL: How do big companies think about MVP experiments - 5:08
    • Evaluating results & Learning from them - 5:15
    • Section 7 Review & Recap
  • Conceptualizing the solution
    • Intro to wireframing - 5:36
    • Wireframe, mockup, prototype - 11:02
    • Let's sketch - 9:01
    • PRACTICE: Sketching out a mobile app - 7:30
    • Using POP - 8:57
    • Intro to Balsamiq - 11:07
    • PRACTICE: Building YouTube in Balsamiq - 8:27
    • QUIZ 13: Just making sure…
    • Section 8 Review & Recap
  • Metrics for Product Managers - Defining Success and Measuring Results
    • Introduction to metrics - 7:10
    • Real life examples of metrics - 7:31
    • Metrics of all kinds - 14:46
    • How to pick good metrics - 11:36
    • Using the AARRR (Pirate) metrics framework - 6:18
    • Using the HEART metrics framework - Part 1 - 10:04
    • Using the HEART metrics framework - Part 2 - 11:24
    • Tracking your metrics in practice - 4:54
    • QUIZ 14: Pirates of the correlation
    • Section 9 Review & Recap
  • Building the Product - Project Management for PMs
    • Introduction to Epics - 5:11
    • Let's get into Epic Specs - 4:49
    • User stories and acceptance criteria - 4:33
    • Real life example of epics, specs, user stories, and the backlog - 12:07
    • Estimations and Velocity - 9:20
    • Roadmapping - 5:18
    • Prioritization - 7:20
    • QUIZ 15: Epic feature, bro
    • Section 10 Review & Recap
  • Working with people and stakeholders
    • General communication skills - 2:32
    • Working with engineers - 4:00
    • Working with designers - 3:20
    • Working with executives and others - 3:21
    • QUIZ 16: How to win friends and influence products
    • Section 11 Review & Recap
  • Technology for product managers
    • Why learn technology? - 3:00
    • "The Cloud", servers, clients, and the inner workings of the internet - 5:29
    • Understanding the front end, back end, and tech stacks - 8:20
    • Understanding APIs - Application Programming Interfaces - 5:17
    • Additional technology - 5:41
    • QUIZ 17: Turn it, leave it, start format it… technologic
    • Section 12 Review & Recap
  • What you should do to prepare yourself for the job
    • Getting relevant experience - 4:31
    • Building portfolio with a side project - 2:35
    • Branding yourself - 2:43
    • QUIZ 18: Prep yourself
    • Section 13 Review & Recap
  • How to look for a job in Product Management
    • Where to look and what to look for - 3:33
    • Inside advice on your PM job hunt - 2:05
    • QUIZ 19: Dreams don’t work unless you do
    • Section 14 Review & Recap
  • How to get the job in Product Management
    • Resumes - 3:46
    • Interviewing for Product Management - 3:38
    • How to answer interview questions the right way - 4:31
    • Insider tip for getting the job - 7:54
    • QUIZ 20: Be like Cole
    • Section 15 Review & Recap
  • After you've got the job
    • The first things to do - 5:45
    • End of course - 2:56
  • Extended interviews with current Product Managers
    • Interview with Daniel Demetri, Product Lead @ Earnest, Ex-PM @ Google (part 1) - 16:01
    • Interview with Daniel Demetri, Product Lead @ Earnest, Ex-PM @ Google (part 2) - 11:33
    • Interview with David Lifson, VP of Product @ Homepolish - 20:00

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Mastering Collaboration

Learn How to Assemble, Lead, & Organize Collaborative Teams & Create a Thriving Culture of Business Collaboration

By Evan Kimbrell | in Online Courses

Did you know that nearly 75% of employers rate teamwork and collaboration as one of their most important activities, yet only 18% of employees get communication evaluations during their performance reviews? What are you doing to support, encourage, and develop a collaborative environment within your organization? If your organization isn’t collaborating effectively, you’re missing out on one of the most important factors of high-performing teams and business success, and potentially hurting your business. So how exactly can you make sure your business and all of its employees are collaborating effectively? That's what you'll learn in this course.

  • Access 11 lectures & 0.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the benefits of collaboration & why it’s an essential part of how businesses get work done today
  • Discover how to ensure collaborative teams work successfully within a company
  • Learn the fundamentals of forming & leading a collaborative team
  • Organize & get the most out of collaborative meetings
  • Discuss online collaboration & how to effectively collaborate across different teams
  • Learn what you need to create & support a thriving culture of collaboration

Instructor

Evan Kimbrell is the founder and director of Sprintkick, a referral based full service digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the last 4 years, he has overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from 1-2 man startups bootstrapping their idea, to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, & GNC. Before founding Sprintkick, Evan worked as a VC for the LA-based Juvo Capital firm.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting started
    • Important Concept: The benefits of collaboration - 5:06
  • Being a part of a collaborative team
    • How collaborative teams work - 4:32
    • The challenges of working in a collaborative team - 4:05
    • Overcoming differences to ensure collaboration - 4:22
  • Leading collaborative teams
    • Assembling and leading a collaborative team - 4:15
    • Effective collaborative team meetings - 4:24
    • Collaboration lessons from different industries - 4:44
  • Ensuring effective collaboration within your company
    • Improving online collaboration - 4:17
    • Collaboration across teams - 4:04
    • How to create a culture of collaboration - 4:06
  • Wrapping Up
    • Conclusions - 1:56

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Applying Design To Wireframes with HTML5 & CSS3

Turn Your Wireframes Into Beautiful Web Designs

By Stone River eLearning | in Online Courses

This course teaches you how to apply functional and attractive design principles to wireframes for websites. Featuring advice on typography, graphics, and colour schemes, award-winning trainer Geoff Blake will lead you through the full process of making your site look amazing in every web browser. From wireframe to fully realized design, this course is a must for aspiring web developers.

  • Access 24 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Learn how to select a color palette & where to source free images
  • Explore the resources to use to integrate beautiful typography
  • Discover Google Font & how to integrate them into CSS
  • Discuss various options for testing your site

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Stone River eLearning was founded in 2011, and calls itself the Online Technology Bootcamp. It has taught over 250,000 students through its website and reseller partners since its founding, with a focus on developing high quality video training in all areas of the tech field.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • 1.Introduction
    • Welcome! Here's What This Course Is All About - 1:55
    • Here's What We'll Create In This Course - 1:25
  • 2.From Wireframe To Design
    • Determining The Design's Message - 5:16
    • Choosing Your Design's Colour Palette - 6:38
    • Tools For Selecting Typefaces - 5:18
    • Choosing Imagery And Design Elements - 4:45
  • 3.Getting The Design Underway
    • Getting Started By Styling The Header - 5:14
    • Formatting Call-To-Action Buttons With CSS - 8:41
    • Adding Additional Shadow Effects To The Buttons - 3:10
    • Finishing Up The Button Formatting - 5:40
    • Typographic Treatments With Google Font API - 7:41
    • Beginning The Features Section Styling - 5:28
    • Finishing The Features Section - 4:07
    • Formatting The Organize Section - 4:47
    • Wrapping Up The Layout's Design - 5:56
  • 4.Inserting & Formatting Graphics
    • Inserting & Adjusting The Logo - 2:48
    • Setting Up The Hero Section Graphics - 4:52
    • Getting The Feature Section Images Inserted - 3:03
    • Placing The Organize & Share Images - 2:52
    • Using A Graphic As A Button Label - 3:53
  • 5.Cross-Browser Testing
    • Online Testing Tools - 8:06
    • Running Virtual Operating Systems For Testing - 9:16
    • Making Minor Adjustments For Browser Compatibility - 5:24
  • 6.Wrapping Up
    • Where To Go From Here - 0:29

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Google Analytics Certification

Net More Job Offers with a Data-Driven Bargaining Chip

By Daragh Walsh | in Online Courses

The Google Analytics certification is more than just a bullet point on your resume; this credential tells employers you're a data-driven guru capable of mining solid, helpful insights from any page with the web's premier analytics tool. Designed for complete beginners, this course will prepare you to ace the free exam with as little as two days of dedicated study, setting you up with a powerful bargaining chip for your next interview.

  • Access 23 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Study w/ engaging HD video lessons & 200 practice questions and answers
  • Dive into 3 strategies guaranteed to reduce study time by 50% or more
  • Prep for the exam w/ a detailed overview & tips on how to pass the first time
  • Reach out for help on the active discussion forums

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More than 90,000 students have taken Daragh Walsh's courses, leaving more than 9,000 top-rated reviews. As a Google Certified Marketer, Daragh has worked with Amazon, Hertz, Callaway Golf and grown his own successful business online. He teaches proven marketing strategies that are designed to make an impact and increase your income. He is based in Ireland and loves connecting with people all over the world.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Section 1 : Introduction
    • Lecture 1: How to Become Certified in 1 Day! - 2:40
    • Google Analytics Glossary - Top 50 Terms
    • Lecture 2 : Google Analytics Resources - 2:34
  • Section 2 : Complete Certification Training
    • Lecture 3 : Google Analytics for Beginners - 59:01
    • Lecture 4 : Advanced Google Analytics - 41:56
  • Section 3 : Practice Exam
    • Practice Test With Timer (70 Questions)
    • Quiz 1 : 30 More Practice Questions
  • Section 4 : Official Exam
    • Lecture 5 : Detailed Exam Overview + 4 Tips to Pass First Time (text)
    • Lecture 6 : How to Take the Google Analytics Certification Exam - 0:45
  • Section 5 :Promote Your Certification
    • Lecture 7 : 5 Ways to Promote Your Google Analytics Certification - 8:19
    • Lecture 8 : How to Change the Name on Your Google Certification - 1:57
  • Section 6 : Conclusion
    • Lecture 9 : Thank you & conclusion - 1:21
    • Lecture 10 : Discounts to Other Bestselling Courses
  • Section 7 : Bonus: 100+ More Practice Questions
    • Lecture 11 : Get Access to the Official Practice Questions (90 Questions) - 2:51
    • Lecture 12 : Troubleshooting: New Registration Step
    • Lecture 13 : Updated : Google Analytics for Beginners Assessment 1 Answers (16 Questions)
    • Lecture 14 : Updated : Google Analytics for Beginners Assessment 2 Answers (10 Questions)
    • Lecture 15 : Updated : Google Analytics for Beginners Assessment 3 Answers (10 Questions)
    • Lecture 16 : Updated : Google Analytics for Beginners Assessment 4 Answers (10 Questions)
    • Lecture 17 : Updated : Advanced Google Analytics Assessment 1 Answers (15 Questions)
    • Lecture 18 : Updated : Advanced Google Analytics Assessment 2 Answers (12 Questions)
    • Lecture 19 : Updated : Advanced Google Analytics Assessment 3 Answers (15 Questions)
    • Lecture 20 : Updated : Advanced Google Analytics Assessment 4 Answers ( 10 Questions)

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The Complete Career in Programming Course: Get a Great Coding Job!

Discover Interviewing & Research Strategies to Score a High-Paying Programming Job!

By Eazl | in Online Courses

A great job is a key to living a happy life but the job market is so competitive it can feel like just trying to get hired is a job in itself. If you're a coder, you'll love this course. Here, you'll learn techniques to help you act with confidence and purpose so you don't waste your valuable time and earn more money when it comes time to negotiate for the job.

  • Access 159 lectures & 8 hours of content 24/7
  • Ace whiteboard coding interviews by knowing how to prepare, what technical interviewers are looking for, & how to approach the day of the interview
  • Prepare a keyword-rich, targeted resume that gets outstanding results
  • Align your strategy with how you present yourself on your resume, LinkedIn profile, & cover letter
  • Leverage your education from online platforms, coding bootcamps, & other alternative sources of technical education in your job search
  • Master how you communicate with engineering managers vs. human resource managers vs. headhunters/recruiters
  • Negotiate your benefits, equity, & salary so that you get paid what you’re worth and you don’t anger your employer

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Eazl is a totally new approach to business education, offering practical business courses in HD that fuse animation, interviews, templates, and interactive exercises to achieve better outcomes for participants in the community. We deliver business tools based on research from institutions like MIT, Harvard, and Stanford in a beautiful format that is optimized for maximum learning and retention and our team responds to your questions to support your learning outcomes. Use Weekly Brain Boosts (Fridays at 10am PST) and our frequent live events to keep your business brain engaged. Learning is a lifelong journey, not a destination.

Eazl is led by Davis (Head of Product) and Ludell (Marketing Director) with contributions from Patton (animation), Agustín (analytics), and Deer (public relations).

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • INTRODUCTION TO MYSQL
    • Would You Like To Learn MySQL From Scratch?! - 2:10
    • 0.5) Welcome to the Complete MySQL Course! - 2:33
    • 1 Introductin to Intro - 3:29
    • 2 How to Use MySQL - 3:40
    • 3 Tooling and isntalling mysql - 2:44
    • 4 Tooling and Hello world - 4:38
  • DATABASES AND QUERIES
    • 1 Creating Database - 4:38
    • 1 Creating Databases
    • 2 Dropping Databases
    • 2 Dropping Databases - 3:19
    • 3 Data Types - 3:52
    • 3 Data Types
    • 4 Creating Table - 7:57
    • 5 Dropping Table - 4:09
    • 5 Dropping Table
    • 6 Alter Table
    • 6 Alter Table - 8:10
    • 7 Inserting Data into Database - 8:05
    • 7 Inserting Data into Database
    • 8 Inserting Multiple Records - 3:22
    • 8 Inserting Multiple Data
    • 9 Deleting A Row - 3:01
    • 9 Deleting A Row
    • 10 Deleting Multiple Rows - 2:18
    • 10 Deleting Multiple Rows
    • 11 Truncate - 2:03
    • 11 Truncate
    • 12 Inserting Fake Data - 5:50
  • SQL Statements Fundamentals
    • 1 Statements Basics - 0:47
    • 1 Generate Fake Data
    • 2 The Select Statement - 9:00
    • 2 SELECT Statement
    • 3 SELECT DISTINTC - 4:14
    • 3 SELECT DISTINCT
    • 4 WHERE - 9:52
    • 4 WHERE
    • 5 Alises AS
    • 5 Alias AS - 2:56
    • 6 LIMIT and Offset - 2:58
    • 6 LIMIT and Offset
    • 7 SELECT COUNT - 4:09
    • 7 SELECT COUNT
    • 8 Between - 2:07
    • 8 Between
    • 9 IN - 2:49
    • 9 IN
    • 10 Order By - 5:44
    • 10 Order By
    • 11 Aggregate Function - 4:27
    • 11 Aggregate Functions
    • 12 Group By - 14:42
    • 12 Group by
    • 13 HAVING - 5:44
    • 13 HAVING
  • Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD)
    • 1 Intro - 2:33
    • 1 intro
    • 2 Create - 3:20
    • 2 Create
    • 3 Read - 2:39
    • 3 Read
    • 4 Update
    • 4 Update - 5:35
    • 5 Delete
    • 5 Delete - 5:43
  • Data Types and Operators
    • 1 Intro - 0:42
    • 2 CHAR - 11:09
    • 2 CHAR
    • 3 Decimal - 7:29
    • 3 Date and Time
    • 3 Decimal
    • 4 Date and Time - 8:26
    • 4 Date and Time
    • 5 Current Time and Date
    • 5 Current Time and Date - 4:12
    • 6 Date and Time Functions
    • 6 Date and Time Funcations - 7:48
    • 7 DATEDIFF - 6:41
    • 8 DATEADD - 4:35
    • 8 DateADD
    • 9 TIMEstamps and CURRENTTIME STAMP - 10:43
    • 9 Timestamps and CURRENT TIME STAMP
    • 10 SDate Format - 4:02
    • 10 Date Format
    • Links
  • String and Mathematical Functions
    • 1 Intro - 2:16
    • 1 Substr
    • 2 Substr - 2:25
    • 3 Concat - 3:05
    • 3 Concat
    • 4 ASCII - 2:27
    • 4 ASCII
    • 5 BIN - 2:05
    • 5 BIN
    • 6 TRIM
    • 6 TRIM - 2:22
    • 7 String Length
    • 7 String Length - 2:21
    • 8 Upper and Lower Case - 3:09
    • 8 Upper and Lower Case
    • 9 Reverse - 2:13
    • 9 Reverse
    • 10 String Replace - 4:47
    • 10 String Replace
    • 11 String Compare - 2:59
    • 11 String Compare
    • 12 Intro to Maths Functions - 0:44
    • 13 Rand - 1:28
    • 13 Rand
    • 14 Round - 1:54
    • 14 Rand
  • Joins and Relationships
    • 1 Introduction to Relationships - 4:58
    • 1 Inner Join
    • 2 Types Of Relation - 6:17
    • 2 Cross Join
    • 3 One to Many Relation - Free Preview - 7:30
    • 3 Left Join
    • 4 Querying Table - 5:58
    • 5 Cross Join - 2:14
    • 5 Querying Table
    • 6 Inner Join - 15:54
    • 7 Left Join - 9:00
    • 8 Right Join - 4:26
  • PROJECT I : Twitter Clone Design & Development
    • 1 Intro - 0:49
    • 2 Our Entities Basics - 3:27
    • 3 Working with Users Schema - 8:43
    • 4 Tweets Schema - 10:15
    • 5 Inserting Tweets - 6:56
    • 6 Tweet Replies - 14:39
    • 7 Relation Between Users and Replies - 4:42
    • 8 Tweet Has Reply - 6:10
    • 9 Likes and Its relation - 20:43
    • Porject Codes
  • Project II : Contact Diary Web Application
    • 1 Intro - 3:44
    • 2 Building UI - 8:10
    • 3 Table Schema - 3:45
    • 4 Connecting to Database - 6:24
    • 5 Adding Contacts to Database - 7:27
    • 6 Contact Lists - 4:42
    • 7 Deleting From Table - 6:03
    • 8 Details of Contact - 7:40
    • 9 Update Contacts - 8:15
    • 10 Checks - 3:40
    • contacts
    • edit
    • DB_SCHEMA
    • contacts
    • index
    • update
    • conn
    • details
    • delete
  • BONUS: Git and Github
    • 1 Intro - 2:02
    • 2 Git Installation - 3:41
    • 3 Cloning From Github - 5:46
    • 4 Repositories - 5:35
    • 5 Pushing on github - 7:41
    • 6 Pull from Github - 3:13
    • 7 Branches Basics - 7:22
  • Course Summary, and Conclusion
    • MYSQL CONCLUSION - 1:37

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