As a multidiscipline media expert, Copeland has developed strong leadership ability and is experienced in director and administrative roles and duties. He has lead and enhanced the skills of creatives while maintaining productivity and high morale.
Copeland has extensive expertise and experience in the field of media production. He has been entrusted to handle world class brands (e.g. Nissan, NASDAQ). He is an expert at graphic design, motion graphics, 3D animation, compositing, photo-retouching, video editing, color correction, visual effects, UI/UX design, iconography, audio engineering.
Copeland also has expertise in programming. His languages include C#, Python, NoSQL, SIMPL, HTML, and CSS. As a full-stack programmer he has programmed applications that include a cross platform departmental scheduling calendar, and plugin applications for open source software.
Copeland is also a highly experienced instructor. His expertise in instruction includes Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Microsoft Visual Studio (C#), Blender, DaVinci Resolve, and more. Copeland has instructed privately and at facilities such as Sarah Lawrence College, Tech Talent South, and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Copeland actively keeps up to date with the newest technology and white papers to maintain a master level of production efficiency.
This course will teach you the basics of C# using Visual Studio. If you know very little about programming but would love to understand some of the intricacies without spending tons of money on a 2 year basic course, this course is for you.
[PLEASE NOTE: This course is designed for Microsoft Windows]
You will learn:
1. The fundamentals of programming
2. The fundamentals of Visual Studio (Microsoft)
3. Compiling your first program
4. Learning proper program structure
5. Research techniques
6. Must-have online resources
7. Planning a complex program
8. Solving difficult code problems
9. Refactoring your code
10. Releasing your software
11. Cool tricks and tips
This course will probably be more fun than you ever anticipated programming would be. But it should be enough solid information that- with some additional practice and research- achieving an entry-level programming job is possible, or coding and releasing your own custom software.
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