Setup OS X development environments

This course covers the easiest way to setup multiple environment stacks. Such as Java, Ruby, DB's and more
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (430 ratings)
25,161 students
Setup OS X development environments
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (430 ratings)
25,161 students
Install multiple different programming stacks

Requirements

  • Zero experience is required
Description

Course Description

Starting a new job can be difficult, especially when you're new to the tech industry.
This course is aimed to help people on their first day, get everything setup quickly, and have a simple checklist of the required tools.


Start your new job with confidence

Imagine you're sitting at your desk, your new manager and the tech department hands you your new computer, exciting right?

Typically these computers are bare bones, they might have Microsoft office installed, but no technical applications. You'll need to setup Java, Ruby, GIT, and so many other applications.


Benefits of this course

This course will guide you through the installation of advanced tech applications. We'll quickly install the entire development environment in under an hour.

Imagine that you're handed the computer, and within one hour your all setup and ready to start coding, or start testing.

Your boss will be very impressed, you'll look like you know exactly what you're doing!


Contents and Overview

This course contains over 20 lectures and 30 minutes of content. It's designed for anyone, but especially for beginners.

In this course, you will learn how to use Home Brew, Terminal commands, and how to correctly install OS X applications.

You'll learn using hands on experience, each video is only a few seconds, to a few minutes long.

And, finally, you'll learn what it feels like to look amazing on your first day at a new job.


What are the requirements?

  • A willingness to experiment with new applications
  • Willingness to use the terminal


What am I going to get from this course?

  • Confidence at your new job
  • Very professional and common applications
  • Up and running in just under an hour
  • High quality video, with easy to follow directions


What is the target audience?

  • Anyone learning a new development stack
  • Anyone starting a new job
  • Anyone that needs to setup a new OS X computer.


Upcoming courses:

  • Expand on Java, installing environment variables
  • Ruby versioning examples
  • Install the complete MEAN stack
  • Elaborate on database applications
  • Show differences between GIT / SVN
  • And so much more


Requests:

If you need help installing something, let me know and I'll setup additional simple videos.



Who this course is for:
  • Everyone should take this course
Curriculum
9 sections • 30 lectures • 55m total length
  • Welcome
  • Install iTerm2
  • Install command-line tools
  • Install Homebrew
  • Show invisible files in finder
  • Install Sublime, Slack, Sype and hangouts
  • Install Java JDK
  • Install Maven
  • Install Ant
  • Install Eclipse
  • Install IntelliJ
  • Install RVM
  • Install ruby mine
  • Git
  • SVN
  • SourceTree
  • Install MongoDB
  • RoboMongo
  • Postgres
  • Sequel Pro
  • Install iOS (Xcode)
  • Install Android-SDK
  • Install Android-Studio
  • Install Apache
  • Install MySQL Server
  • Install PHP
  • Finishing Up MySQL Server and setup Sequel Pro
  • Install and Setup PHPMyAdmin
  • What is SSH?
  • Setup SSH Keys

Instructor
Software Developer In Test
William Russell
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 475 Reviews
  • 25,309 Students
  • 2 Courses

Testaholic is aimed at high quality educational videos, and tutorials to help people get started in the tech world.

Over the upcoming months we'll have our Basic Java Training, Java Selenium, Basic Ruby, Ruby Selenium, and a very detailed quality assurance training courses available.

After our basic videos are completed, we'll move into security testing and service layer testing (RestAPI / Databases)