This post (August 2, 2021):
We removed University Edition videos from posts associated with the orange buttons under the Data for Programming 1 header below. Otherwise, the content below in the original September 11, 2018 post remains valid.
At the present time, the Virtual Lab is only available for Programming 1, not Programming 2. And the Virtual Lab is only available for the EPG1V2 version of the course. We still have a few students using the EPG194 version of the course and there's no Virtual Lab in that course. If you are one of these students, then you'll need to follow the steps in the course to make the data.
What’s up with the Programming courses? You’re right, something IS different. We just introduced a new version of Programming 1 and Programming 2 e-learning classes.
The new courses really didn’t change much from the previous versions, but there are some differences worth noting:
That’s it! If you already started Programming 1 or Programming 2 e-learning and you’ve already made the data for either class, then you can stick with the original course. But, if you haven’t started yet or you’re using Enterprise Guide 8 to take the course, then go ahead and switch to the new version of Programming 1 (with the EPG1V2 top folder) or the new version of Programming 2 (with the EPG2V2 top folder).
Either way, we've got you covered. Hit the orange buttons below to access articles containing videos for both versions of Programming 1:
So now, you might be wondering about Programming 2. The same techniques used to create the data in Programming 1 will hold true for Programming 2. The only difference is that the top folder names have changed:
EPG2V2 is the top folder for the new version of Programming 2.
EPG294 was the top folder for the previous version of Programming 2.
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