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Acumatica User Group Meeting, February 1, 2024

From  Rhodora Seymour 25 plays

K. Knight_Technology-and-Community-Needs_FINAL

In this week’s video, Katy Knight, Executive Director and President of the Siegel Family Endowment, explains how technology can positively impact infrastructure development. Digital tools…

From  Olga Petrova 12 plays

Wellbeing@Work: Gift of Giving

When we think about our individual role as it relates to sustainability, one can be left with feelings of guilt, like we're not doing enough. Listen and watch as Sarah Bryslinsky, the Assistant…

From  Gerald Deis 3 plays

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From  Anitra Garcia 30 plays

09-13-2019 - Tuesday Baptiste

From  Anitra Garcia 20 plays

09-07-2018 - Robert D. Kline

From  Anitra Garcia 14 plays

CCOB Defining Your Career Mantra 11/17/2020

From  Christina Ulrich 10 plays

Lesson 25.6 Complex Custom Error Types

When we were recording the video on custom error types, it ran quite long. So we decided to break it up into a second video. In this video we look at a slightly more complicated error type. We also…

From  Hannah Lee 65 plays

Lesson 22.3 The object Class

Every class must be a subclass of something, and that parent class goes inside of the parentheses. That means that the word object we have been using in all of class definitions is actually a class.…

From  Hannah Lee 78 plays

Lesson 21.4 Invariant Enforcement

We know how to enforce preconditions, but how do we force invariants for our attributes? As we see in this video, we do it much the same as for preconditions. But that is because we are going to…

From  Hannah Lee 106 plays

Lesson 20.10 Representation Methods

When we first introduced objects, we talked about the concept of object representation. But how does Python know how to use this representation. In this video, we see that this is the result of…

From  Hannah Lee 77 plays

Lesson 20.8 The None Value

We have seen the None value used in several previous videos. But in this video we finally introduce it formally. In particular, we show why it is so commonly used in object initialization.

From  Hannah Lee 86 plays

Lesson 10.2 Function Stubs

Once we have an algorithm, it is time to get started writing code. In this video we talk about function stubs, which are how we get started. We like function stubs because they act as placeholders…

From  Hannah Lee 890 plays

Lesson 0.1 The Command Line

This first video introduces you to the command line, which is a text-based tool for interacting with files and programs.

From  Walker White 820 plays

OADI Resources_P3_McNair

From  Tracy Gavich 17 plays

Rediscovering The Art of Drinking: A Forgotten Guide to the Classical Art of Imbibing

In the winelands of Renaissance Germany, a poet named Vincent Obsopoeus witnessed the birth of a poisonous new culture of bingeing, peer pressure, and competitive drinking. Michael Fontaine presents…

From  Kenny Berkowitz 137 plays