Thursday, May 28, 2020

WEB302 - Getting Started with Docker

Most people are familiar with Virtual Machines (VM). A VM is a program that runs like a separate computer within a computer. A physical computer can run multiple VMs, allowing it the ability to emulate different operating systems all running at the same time. VMs allow developers to run their apps in a totally isolated environment, ensuring that their apps would be able to run without problems regardless of the configurations of the host computer. 
A Docker container works very much like a VM. However, a Docker container does not require a full instance of the OS (which is needed by a VM). And unlike a VM, a Docker container shares the host system’s kernel with other containers, and it offers OS-level virtualization. 
In this one-day course, you will experience Docker hands-on. You will learn how to create Docker containers from Docker Images hosted on the Docker Hub. You will also learn how to create your own Docker Image for your own development purposes. 
For schedule, check out

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

IOT202 - Introduction to Data Analytics using Python

Get a head start in data analytics using NumPy, Pandas, and Matplotlib. In the course IOT202 - Introduction to Data Analytics using Python, you will learn how to analyse and visualise your datasets using the Python programming language.

Case Study - Learn how to visualise the Covid-19 dataset.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

MOB107 - Cross Platform Mobile Apps Development using Flutter

Flutter lets you build cross-platform mobile apps using the Dart programming language, without the need to use languages like Objective-C, Swift, Kotlin, or Java. Flutter allows you to maintain a single code base for your mobile app that runs both on Android and iOS devices

  • Crash course on the Flutter programming language
  • Structure of a Flutter application
  • Laying out your UI
  • Networking in Flutter
  • Persisting Data
  • Deploying iOS and Android applications

For schedule, check out

IOT305 - Deep Learning using TensorFlow and Keras

Deep Learning is a branch of machine learning that utilizes neural networks. But how does a neural network work, and how does deep learning solve machine learning problems? In this workshop, you will learn how to get started with deep learning using one of the most popular frameworks for implementing deep learning – TensorFlow and Keras, to make deep learning more user-friendly and easier.

  • Understand what is deep learning
  • Understand the various concepts in deep learning - weights, biases, activation functions, loss functions, back propagation gradient descent, etc
  • Common types of neural networks
  • Using Keras with TensorFlow
  • Image Recognition
  • Transfer Learning

For schedule, check out

IOT203 - Introduction to Machine Learning using MS Azure ML Studio

In this 1-day workshop, you will be introduced to Machine Learning using the Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio. You will learn what is machine learning, and how it can be useful to your organization. You will also learn the various machine learning algorithms and work through some real-life examples. Understand what is deep learning
  • Understand what is machine learning
  • Types of machine learning
  • Using Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio
  • Understanding machine learning metrics
  • Deploying ML models as web services
For schedule, check out

Friday, May 08, 2020

Go Cheat Sheet

Learning Go? Here is a Go (aka Golang) Cheat Sheet that is designed to make it easier for you to remember the various syntax of this exciting language. Click here to download the PDF copy of this cheat sheet.

Have fun! If you want to learn Go, consider joining my upcoming class on Applied Go Programming.

New Course - IOT210 - Applied Go Programming

Go (aka Golang) is one of the fastest growing programming languages. It is an open-source language released by Google in 2009. Go is a multi-purpose programming language specifically designed to build faster and scalable applications. In this course, you will:
• Learn the core features of the Go programming language
• Understand how concurrency works in Go
• Learn how to create real-world applications using Go
For schedule, check out

New Course - IOT306 - Developing Chatbots using Google's Dialogflow.

Chatbots are voice-aware bots, designed to simulate human conversations with users. In this one-day course, you will learn how to build your own chatbot applications using Google's Dialogflow, an interface for building chatbot applications:
* walk through all the steps required to build an intelligent chatbot
* learn how to integrate with external services to fulfil the user's request
* deploy your chatbot onto popular third party applications such as Twitter, Slack, and Facebook's Messenger
For schedule, check out