Saturday 6/12/21 Study Log

AWS, 45 minutes: NIST cloud computing documentation: Have now memorized the general definition of cloud computing and the definitions for all five characteristics, ‘On-demand self-service’, ‘Broad Network Access’ and ‘Resource Pooling’, ‘Rapid Elasticity’, and ‘Measured Service’. Now focusing on the three service models. Interestingly, NIST lists SAAS first, which inverts the order of presentation I’ve seen most everywhere else. A+ Core two, 45 minutes: Jason Dion A+ core two Test prep, exams and simulations course on Udemy. This course is great. It’s mostly comprised of a series of videos 5-20 minutes in length, wherein Jason Dion discusses tips, tactics, and strategies for passing the A+ exam, but this information transcends A+ certification tests and is applicable to any certification test. I have found this course to be especially helpful because I have struggled with the presentation of the tests. Math, 30 minutes: ‘Cumulative review, Chatpers 1-10’: 9-13, deriving measures of angles formed by chords intercepting in a circle (half sum of intercepted arc), angles formed by secant and tangent segments in various combinations originating outside a circle (half difference of intercepted arcs), and using various constructions to create different types of triangles congruent to given triangle types (isosceles, scalene, equilateral). Music, 35 minutes: Supercollider book, pp. 81(88)-83(90): section 35 ‘Mix and Splay, section 35. This section focuses on coding multi-channel sound output that is then mixed down to a mono channel, resulting in a richly textured, multi-layered sound that will be output to one channel. Rather dense section, but the basic syntax and approach to coding this type of audio event is clear to me on a fundamental level. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
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Working towards cloud networking security as a profession.

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