I've taken the Oracle Java SE 8 Fundamentals Ed 1 Course and received an attendance certificate.
I took the course in preparation for the 1Z0-808 (Java SE 8 Programmer I) Exam so that I can become an Associate Java SE 8 Programmer.
I've signed up for a GitHub Team account. I'll using GitHub private and public repositories to create a WordPress theme, WordPress plugins, Web-based software, Java desktop and mobile software, and other software projects for Heaven's Disciples Media.
My first project will be the Heaven's Disciples WordPress Theme.
I've designed the Heaven's Disciples Blue Marble Ruled Line Spiral Notebook, which is now available at the Heaven's Disciples Store.
I've designed the Men's Heaven's Disciples Blue Marble High-Top Sneakers, which are now available at Heaven's Disciples Wear. The sneakers have a blue marble canvas design and the outline of the Heaven's Disciples HD log on the outside of each shoe. The shoe is available in US sizes 6 through 12.
On Fridays, I focus on Heaven's Disciples Music. Today, I'm taking the Learning Reason 9 online course from LinkedIn Learning. I'm taking the course to help me prepare for the launch of the Lifecore Music Beats subdivision of HD Music. Even though I'm using Propellerhead Reason 10 to compose and produce our music, the Reason 9 courses are the latest so far on LinkedIn Learning.
The course comes with Reason project exercise files. Course topics and contents include–
I decided to join LinkedIn Learning after find out that Lynda.com became part of LinkedIn. LinkedIn Learning has videos, courses, and learning paths, which are collections of related courses and video playlists. Learning paths include multiple courses from different instructors. I'm going to begin my online learning journey with these 2 learning paths and music production instructional videos:
I'll be posting my progress as I complete the videos, courses, and learning paths.
20th century theoretical physicist and Nobel Laureate Albert Einstein was interviewed by poet and journalist George Sylvester Viereck in a 1929 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. In reply to the question, "How do you account for your discoveries? Through intuition or inspiration?", Einstein replied–
"I am enough of the artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles [or embraces] the world." – Albert Einstein, Theoretical Physicist and Nobel Laureate
The dichotomy of knowledge and creativity can be seen working together when an artist's imagination takes his or her creative artworks far beyond the reaches of his or her limited knowledge. Even scientific theories draw upon imagination where knowledge is limited. Learning can only take you so far, but the wings of imagination can encircle the world.