In 2013 the world was devastated by an apocalyptic event, annihilating almost all mankind and turning the Earth's surface into a poisonous wasteland. A handful of survivors took refuge in the depths of the Moscow underground, and human civilization entered a new Dark Age.
Visual effects dominate at the box office, and Nuke is the compositing software that is used at high-end studios to create those mind-blowing effects. In this comprehensive course, digital compositing pioneer and Nuke authority Steve Wright introduces this complex and powerful tool to visual effects artists new to Nuke.
In this Mac OS X from the Command Line training course, expert author Chris Tarnowieckyi will teach you all about the command line tools and how to use them. This course is designed for users that are already familiar with Mac OS X.
There seems to be a notion among uninformed beginners in programming that the VIM editor was born out of some sort of a relic and is used only by nerds who are fond of Unix. It is true to some extent. But relics are also classics that have a charm of their own which cannot be replicated. It is a privilege to learn them.
Apple's new Swift programming language is designed to be interoperable with Objective-C, but what can it do that Objective-C can't? Find out in this course, as Simon Allardice explores the capabilities of each language, showing how and when they intersect–and also the places where the languages don't translate well.