Brand new CISSP Course in Udemy

Brand new CISSP Course in Udemy

New 2016 CISSP Course in Udemy  

Certified, Information, System, Security, Professional

This is an introduction to all the the details necessary to pass the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam including many study tips. We intend to teach the new 8 domains of security of the (ISC)2 Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) in 8 individual courses rather than one entire course so you only pay for the courses or sections you need to brush up or review on.

Since you only need 70% correct answers to pass we suggest you become proficient in at least 6 of the 8 domains to pass, rather than try to focus on on all the domains.

We recommend to use the Sybex CISSP book, 7th edition, but you can you other book(s) as well.


New WordPress Basics course

New WordPress Basics course

For a limited time, have access to this free WordPress Basics course at

Learn step by step or from A to Z all of the WordPress Basics


Where you can learn: 

  1. Installing and Updating WordPress Automatically Using cPanel

  2. Installing WordPress Manually via FTP

  3. How To Clean Up A New WordPress Blog

  4. How to Change Your Permalinks Structure

  5. How to Customize Your WordPress Dashboard

  6. How to Create New Posts in WordPress

  7. How to Create New Pages in WordPress

  8. How to Use and Format Images in WordPress

  9. How To Install Plugins Automatically

  10. How to Upload and Install Plugins Manually

  11. How to Upgrade / Delete Plugins Automatically

  12. How to Install WordPress Themes Automatically

  13. How to Upload and Install Themes Manually

  14. How to Upgrade WP Themes Automatically

  15. How to Customize Your WordPress Theme

  16. How to Use WordPress Widgets in The Sidebar

  17. Controlling Spam Comments in WordPress

  18. Using The Akismet Spam Plugin

  19. How to Create A Contact Form in WordPress

  20. How to Customize Your Contact Form

  21. Adding and Managing Users in WordPress

  22. How to Customize the Top Navigation Menus

  23. How to Add Audio Player to WordPress

  24. Customizing Your Audio Player for WordPress

  25. Getting and Using Gravatars for Your Blogging

  26. How to Display Testimonials on WP

  27. How to Add Youtube Videos to Posts

  28. How to Make Posts User Friendly For Your Readers

  29. How to Use Privacy and Update Services to let Search Engines know when you release new content

  30. How to Revert to a Previous Draft

New Linux Course

A quick introduction to Linux course is available via the Fairfax County Public Schools – Adult Community Education!

Here ‘s the first slide set for your review:

Max Firtman in MoDev 2013

TASK Mobile solutions had the pleasure of attending an excellent presentation from Maximiliano (Max) Firtman [] from Argentina on Mobile Web Development at the MoDev conference in McLean, VA The room was packed and there was a long line for the book signing. Max had two O’Reilly books available to sign: jQuery Mobile and Mobile Web… though choice!
All I can say is that Max is a smart professional, a well rounded instructor with an easygoing style, but covering all bases and answering all audience questions with confidence and authority.

Max book signing in Modev

Max book signing in Modev

Max presentation on JQuery Mobile

Max presentation on JQuery Mobile

Max and Adrian shake hands

Max and Adrian shake hands

Max book signing line in Modev

Max book signing line in Modev

New Courses for October and November 2013

Megamind Learning Android (Intro) in 2 Days Training
Live, Online Virtual Training
October 12-13, 2013 *8am-3:30pm PDT
Special Early Bird Pricing: $300
until October 1, 2013 ($495 after Oct 1, 2013)
For more information, and to register securely online:

Megamind CISSP Essentials Prep Exam Training
Live, Online Virtual Training
November 14-15, 2013 *8am-3:30pm PDT
Special Early Bird Pricing: $300
until November 1, 2013 ($495 after Nov 1, 2013)
For more information, and to register securely online:

New Android Courses Early April 2013

Following after the successful presentations given at MoDev in December 2012,we will be presenting and intensive 3 day Android programming course Early April 2013.

Here is the registration link and here are the links to the previous presentations… We hope to see many of you there!

Powered By Android



The Google Android operating system is one of the the most popular mobile platforms available today. Android powers millions of devices world-wide, and is used in cellular phones, tablets, gaming consoles, cameras, and even televisions.

Learn to develop applications that run on Android OS, and make them available to the world using the Google Play store! This is a hands-on course where students build many examples demonstrating the topics being covered. Learn to:

Deliver professional, robust mobile business applications and integrate with enterprise systems.
Create intuitive, reliable software using activities, services and intents.
Writing applications for Android is easier than for other mobile operating systems, such as Apple’s iOS, or Microsoft’s Windows iPhone platform. This is a hands-on training course designed to provide you with the essential skills needed to begin developing applications using the Android mobile platform.

Eclipse and Android SDKs are used as the development environment throughout the class. While most labs and examples focus on the latest Android 4.2 version (API level 17,) most of them can be made compatible for older Android 2.2 versions (API level 8.) Class is designed for Java programmers who are new to Android development and need to create professional mobile applications.

Day 1: Introduction to Android Programming

  • Android Architecture
  • Android User Interface
  • Steps in Android Development
  • Android Programming Environment
  • Development Environment and tools
  • Multi-View Applications
  • Add buttons to invoke the browser from an Activity
  • Create activities and Widgets
  • Menus and dialogs
  • UI Event Handling

Day 2: Intermediate Android Programming

  • Multi-Media Applications
  • Camera, Music, Action!
  • Local and remote services
  • Java sockets and XML
  • Add a broadcast receiver
  • Local and remote services
  • Alarm from Notification Manager
  • Telephony
  • SMS Messaging
  • SQLite DB
  • Security and Permissions
  • Networking

Day 3 Advanced Techniques, Publishing and Promoting

  • Using Device Features and Sensors
  • GPS, Geolocation and Maps
  • Device Rotation
  • Accelerometers
  • Touch Gestures
  • Going Offline
  • Publishing your App
  • Android Markets 
  • Revenue Options
  • Preparing your apps for the Android marketplace
  • Uploading your application
  • Promoting your app!


In order to write applications for Android, you do not need to have an Android device. Development can be done without additional investment on software or additional hardware. Only if you need to upload your app to the Google marketplace you will need to register as a developer and pay $25.

All you really need is a computer running Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, or Linux. To check if your system is compatible, select system requirements from If you have Eclipse pre-installed follow the instructions on the same page for “USE AN EXISTING IDE.”

If you happen to already own an Android phone or tablet, you can use it to test the applications you write in this course, but this is not required