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May 31, 2008

166 Computer Science Books at FreeScience

FreeScience.info provides more than 1500 free scientific books. Here is the Computer Science Books section which links to 166 free online computer, programming, and I.T. books and ebooks.


Categories of Books at FreeScience.info:

Programming Languages [66]

 - Assembly [2]
 - C Programming [9]
 - C++ Programming [7]
 - Compilers [1]
 - Fortran77 [3]
 - Fortran90 [6]
 - GNU Developing [1]
 - Java [5]
 - Logo [1]
 - Misc. Books [2]
 - Parallel Programming [1]
 - Perl [7]
 - PHP [4]
 - Shell Programming [4]
 - Python [7]
 - Ruby [1]
 - XML and XSL [3]

Algorithms [10]

Artificial Intelligence [3]

Bioinformatics [3]

Compilers and Languages [8]

Cryptography and Security [8]

Database [11]

Device Drivers [5]

Discrete Mathematics [1]

Formal Languages [1]

Hacking and Cracking [3]

Information Theory [1]

Internet [2]

Logic Design and Architecture [3]

Mathematical Analysis [1]

Mathematics Logic [3]

Microprocessor [2]

Miscellanea [5]

Networks [1]

Neural Networks [4]

Numerical Methods [1]

Operating Systems [10]

Optimization [7]

Quantum Computing [6]

Parallel Computing [2]

Teoria della Programmazione [1]

Theory of Computation [8]



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May 30, 2008

Free C, C++, and Java Programming Training

Micsys.org provides the following Free Programming Training Modules covering C / C++ Programming, and Java Programming. Each of the training modules below teach you how to program by explaining each topic and using code examples. These will help you get started programming C, C++, and Java. They will also assist you in becoming a better programmer and more knowledgeable with coding in these important programming languages. (all documents are in pdf format)


C Programming Training Modules
 - C Pre-processor
 - C Programming Basics


Basics of C++
Training Modules
 - Introduction to C++ Programming
 - C++ Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
 - C++ Classes
 - C++ Class Nesting
 - C++ Inheritance
 - C++ Using Inheritance
 - C++ Templaes
 - C++ Overloading
 - C & C++ Functions
 - C & C++ Function pointers


Java Training Modules
 - Java Basics
 - Java Syntax
 - Java Execution flow
 - Java Exceptions
 - Java Class
 - Java Inheritance
 - Java Packages
 - Generic programming
 - Enumerators
 - Database JDBC
 - Java Arrays
 - Regular expression
 - Reflection
 - Java Polymorphism
 - Multi threading




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May 28, 2008

Multimedia Design and Development Course

Here is an excellent course on Multimedia Design and Development, from Lehigh Univeristy, which covers the analysis, design and implementation of multimedia software, primarily for e-learning courses or training.. The lecture notes and slides linked below will teach you many best practices for interface design, content design with storyboards or scripts, creation of graphics, animation, audio and video materials, and software development using high level authoring tools, such as Flash.

Goals of the course:
 - To learn how to design and develop multimedia for real world e-learning
 - To practice software engineering in a learner-oriented project
 - To learn and apply cognitive principles of user interface design
 - To learn how to implement multimedia e-leaning in Macromedia Flash


Lecture Notes and Slides from Multimedia Design and Development Course:

  • Lecture on goals and requirements of course; hypermedia and interactive multimedia (PowerPoint)
  • Lab 1: Flash workspace, drawing and text tools (Powerpoint).
  • Lecture on assembling a multimedia development team and roles (PowerPoint)
  • Lab 2: Flash timelines and animation (Powerpoint).
  • Lecture on multmedia life cycle: multimedia as a software development process (PowerPoint)
  • Lecture on structures and tools (Powerpoint format).
  • Lecture on user interface design and prototyping (Powerpoint). Includes a blog assignment and a project assignment.
  • Lecture on e-learning (Powerpoint). Based on Clark and Mayer, e-Learning: The Science of Instruction, chapters 1-2, and other materials (Powerpoint)
  • Lecture on Design: storyboards and scripts (PowerPoint)
  • Multimedia and contiguity principles from e-Learning: The Science of Instruction, chapters 3-4 (PowerPoint)
  • Modality (visual and audio) and redundancy principles from e-Learning: The Science of Instruction, chapters 5-6 (PowerPoint)
  • Coherence, personalization and practice principles from e-Learning: The Science of Instruction, ch 7-9 (PointerPoint)
  • Lecture on sound in multimedia (Powerpoint)
  • Testing through user observations (PowerPoint).
  • The Importance of Color (Steve Zanias's PowerPoint).
  • Startup and (advanced) Flash development (Rob Sandie's Flash Paper presentation).
  • Lecture on Dynamic HTML and AJAX: Cascading Style Sheets, Document Object Model, JavaScript (Powerpoint) (Word)

  • Lecture on User interface design (Word format). PowerPoint here.
  • Lecture on Graphical image development (Word format) (Powerpoint).
  • Lecture on Text and fonts (Word format), (Powerpoint).
  • Lecture on Media types (sound, animation, video) (Word format)
  • Lecture on web development using Dreamweaver (Word format)
  • Lecture on acquiring and negotiating permissions for content and talent (Word format)



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    eBooks from Net Books

    Net Books is another computer ebook site where you can find download links to many freely available I.T. and Programming eBooks covering the areas listed below. These ebooks are located at various download and storage web sites.   


    eBook Categories at Net Books:





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    IT and Programming Books and Tutorials from freebooks.pcriot.com

    Freebooks.pcriot.com provides free computer science and programming books, ebooks, and tutorials. These ebooks and tutorials cover the categories linked to below, which include C, C++ ,Java, XML, AJAX, Javascript, Ruby, C# (CSharp), VB.NET, Game programming, MySQL, SQL, Cisco, Networking, Linux, and Windows.


    Topics covered by eBooks at freebooks.pcriot.com
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    Global Optimization Algorithms eBook

    Here is a free ebook, Global Optimization Algorithms - Theory and Application, which covers global optimization algorithms, which are methods to find optimal solutions for given problems. It especially focuses on Evolutionary Computation by discussing evolutionary algorithms, genetic algorithms, Genetic Programming, Learning Classifier Systems, Evolution Strategy, Differential Evolution, Particle Swarm Optimization, and Ant Colony Optimization. It also elaborates on other meta-heuristics like Simulated Annealing, hill climbing, TS, and Random Optimization. This algorithm book can help students because the algorithms in an understandable, consistent way and includes much of the background knowledge needed to understand them. Thus, you can find summaries on stochastic theory and theoretical computer science. Also, researchers and PhD students may find the application examples helpful. (652 pages, 9.5mb, pdf format)

    Table of Contents:
     - Evolutionary Algorithms
     - Genetic Algorithms
     - Genetic Programming
     - Learning Classifier Systems
     - Hill Climbing
     - Simulated Annealing
     - Example Applications
     - Sigoa – Implementation in Java
     - Background (Mathematics, Computer Science)






    May 26, 2008

    Ubuntu Desktop Essentials Online Book

    This is Techtopia's Ubuntu Desktop Essentials online book, which is the companion book to their Ubuntu Linux Essentials Techotopia. This Ubuntu Desktop book covers everything you need to know to use and customize the Ubuntu Gnome desktop. It first gives a detailed overview of the how the desktop works, and then provides step-by-step tutorials covering every aspect of setting up and managing the desktop, from changing the background and desktop themes to activating and configuring the new Compiz Fusion desktop visual effects. You will also learn topics such as changing fonts, setting up keyboard shortcuts, enhancing the desktop with desklets, configuring and saving sessions and customizing the file manager.


    Table of Contents of Ubuntu Desktop Essentials:

    1. About Ubuntu Desktop Essentials

    2. Logging into the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop
      • The Ubuntu GNOME Login Screen

    3. A Guided Tour of the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop
      • The Ubuntu GNOME Desktop
      • The Desktop Background
      • The Desktop Panels

    4. Changing the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop Background
      • Changing the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop Background
      • Selecting a Background from the Wallpaper List
      • Creating a Solid or Graded Background
      • Specifying a Background Image

    5. Installing and Customizing Ubuntu Desktop Themes
      • What is a Desktop Theme?
      • Changing the Ubuntu Desktop Theme
      • Downloading and Installing a Theme

    6. Configuring Ubuntu Desktop Fonts
      • Font Options on Ubuntu
      • Changing Font Settings
      • Font Rendering Settings
      • Advanced Font Rendering
      • Viewing Fonts in the Font Folder
      • Adding New Fonts

    7. Configuring the Ubuntu Desktop Panels
      • What are Desktop Panels
      • Changing the Position of a Panel
      • Adding and Deleting Desktop Panels
      • Changing the Appearance of a Desktop Panel
      • Adding Items to a GNOME Destop Panel
      • Adding Menus to a Panel
      • Changing the Number of Ubuntu Desktop Workspaces

    8. Configuring the Ubuntu Desktop Menu System
      • Customizing a Ubuntu Desktop Menu
      • Moving Menu Items
      • Adding and Deleting a Menu Item

    9. Ubuntu Desktop Visual Effects
      • Introducing Compiz Fusion
      • Changing the Default Visual Effects Settings
      • Advanced Desktop Effects Settings

    10. Enhance your Ubuntu Desktop with gDesklets
      • Installing gDesklets
      • Launching gDesklets
      • Moving a Desklet
      • Setting the Properties of a Desklet
      • Raising Desklets to the Front of the Desktop
      • Install New gDesklet Packages

    11. Browsing My Computer, Files and Folders on the Ubuntu Desktop
      • Accessing Nautilus
      • Nautilus and the Computer Icon
      • Adding Emblems to Files and Folders
      • Changing File and Folder Permissions
      • Renaming and Deleting Files and Folders

    12. Configuring the Ubuntu File Manager
      • Changing the File Manager Background Pattern and Color
      • Displaying Icons or Lists
      • Configuring the List View
      • Configuring the Icon View
      • Changing File Manager Behavior

    13. Ubuntu Desktop - Starting Applications on Login
      • Understanding Sessions
      • Configuring Desktop Startup Programs
      • Listing the Currently Running Programs
      • Saving the Current Session

    14. Ubuntu Desktop Keyboard Shortcuts
      • Viewing Keyboard Shortcuts
      • Changing a Shortcut
      • Disabling a Keyboard Shortcut



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    Ubuntu Linux Essentials Online Book

    Here is Ubuntu Linux Essentials, an excellent online book hosted by techotopia.com. This book provides everything you need to know for installing, using, and administering an Ubuntu Linux system. Ubuntu Linux Essentials imparts the essential knowledge required to use and maintain an Ubuntu Linux system. From the basics of installation, configuring the desktop and implementing wireless networking through to tasks such as configuring firewalls, setting up a web server and providing remote desktop access via an SSH tunnel, Ubuntu Linux Essentials takes a step by step approach to installing, using and administering Ubuntu Linux.


    Table of Contents of Ubuntu Linux Essentials:

    1. Notes from the Author

    2. About Ubuntu Linux Essentials

    3. The History of Ubuntu Linux
      • What Exactly is Linux?
      • Who Created Linux?
      • The History of Ubuntu
      • What does the word "Ubuntu" Mean?

    4. How to Try Ubuntu Linux
      • Try Ubuntu Without Installing it
      • Installing Ubuntu on a Disk Drive Containing Microsoft Windows
      • Performing a Clean Ubuntu Linux Installation

    5. Performing a Clean Ubuntu Linux Installation
      • Beginning the Ubuntu Linux Installation
      • Creating an Ubuntu Linux User Account/Computer Name
      • Performing the Ubuntu Linux Disk Partitioning and Operating System Installation
      • Booting Ubuntu Linux for the First Time
      • Finding the Migrated Windows Files and Settings

    6. Installing Ubuntu Linux on a Windows System (Dual booting)
      • Beginning the Ubuntu Linux Installation
      • Migrating Windows Files and Settings
      • Creating an Ubuntu Linux User Account/Computer Name
      • Performing the Ubuntu Linux Disk Partitioning and Operating System Installation
      • Booting Ubuntu Linux for the First Time
      • Finding the Migrated Windows Files and Settings

    7. Allocating a Windows Partition to Ubuntu Linux
      • Deleting the Windows Partition from the Disk
      • Formatting the Unallocated Disk Partition
      • Editing the Boot Menu
      • Mounting the New Partition

    8. Configuring Ubuntu Linux Wireless Networking
      • Checking for a Wireless Connection
      • Configuring a Wireless Network Connection
      • Using the Ubuntu Linux Network Settings Dialog

    9. Configuring the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop Background and Themes
      • Changing the GNOME Desktop Background
      • Changing the GNOME Desktop Theme
      • Customizing a Desktop Theme
      • Downloading and Installing Desktop Themes

    10. Customizing the Ubuntu GNOME Desktop Panels
      • Changing Desktop Panel Properties
      • Adding Items to a GNOME Destop Panel
      • Customizing the Desktop Menus

    11. Configuring Ubuntu Linux Printers
      • Installing a Directly Connected Printer
      • Configuring a Printer Connected to a Windows System
      • Detecting LAN Printers
      • Configuring a Printer Connected to a Remote System

    12. Connecting an Ubuntu Linux System to a DSL Modem
      • Making the Connections
      • Configuring Ubuntu Linux to Connect to a DSL modem
      • Establishing a DSL Connection
      • Disconnecting from a DSL Connection

    13. Updating Ubuntu Linux
      • Notification of Ubuntu Linux Updates
      • The Ubuntu Linux Update Manager

    14. Basic Ubuntu Linux Firewall Configuration
      • Ubuntu Linux Firewall Options
      • Configuring a Basic Ubuntu Linux Firewall
      • Running the lokkit Firewall Tool
      • Understanding the lokkit Firewall Customization Screen

    15. Using Firestarter to Configure an Ubuntu Linux Firewall
      • Installing Firestarter on Ubuntu Linux
      • Running Firestarter
      • Using Firestarter
      • Designing Firewall Policies
      • Defining Inbound Policy
      • Defining Outbound Policy

    16. Managing Ubuntu Linux Users and Groups
      • Adding a User to an Ubuntu Linux System
      • Editing the Properties of a User
      • Deleting a User from an Ubuntu Linux System
      • Adding a New Group to an Ubuntu Linux System
      • Modifying an Ubuntu Linux Group

    17. Configuring Ubuntu Linux Remote Access using SSH
      • Installing SSH on an Ubuntu Linux System
      • Configuring the Ubuntu Linux Firewall to Allow SSH Connections
      • Using SSH on Ubuntu Linux
      • Copying files using SSH
      • Disabling the SSH Server

    18. Remote Access to the Ubuntu Linux Desktop
      • Activating Remote Desktop Access
      • Accessing a Remote Ubuntu Linux Desktop
      • Accessing a Remote Ubuntu Linux Desktop from a Windows System
      • Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session
      • Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session from a Windows System
      • Creating Additional Desktops

    19. Displaying Ubuntu Linux Applications Remotely (X11 Forwarding)
      • Requirements for Remotely Displaying Applications
      • Remotely Displaying a Linux Application
      • Trusted X11 Forwarding
      • Compressed X11 Forwarding

    20. Configuring an Ubuntu Linux Based Web Server
      • Requirements for Configuring a Web Server
      • Installing the Apache Web Server on Ubuntu Linux
      • Testing the Web Server
      • Configuring the Apache Web Server for Your Domain
      • Web Server and Firewall Issues

    21. Sharing Ubuntu Linux Folders with Remote Linux and UNIX Systems
      • Installing the NFS Services on Ubuntu Linux
      • Setting up Ubuntu Linux Folder Sharing
      • Accessing Ubuntu Linux Shared Folders
      • Mounting an NFS Filesystem on System Startup
      • Unmounting an NFS Mount Point

    22. Sharing Ubuntu Linux Folders with Remote Windows Systems
      • Setting Up Ubuntu Linux/Windows File Sharing
      • Sharing Ubuntu Linux Folders

    23. Adding a New Disk Drive to an Ubuntu Linux System
      • Getting Started
      • Finding the New Hard Drive in Ubuntu
      • Creating Linux Partitions
      • Creating a Filesystem on an Ubuntu Disk Partition
      • Mounting a Filesystem
      • Configuring Fedora to Automatically Mount a Filesystem



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    May 24, 2008

    Online IT and Programming Books from a google search

    Here is a google search that returns two websites, linked below, that contain online computer, I.T., and programming books. These books cover many technolgies and topics, such as C and C++ Programming, Java Programming, JavaScript, Linux Administration, Linux Kernel, MySQL, Oracle Database 10g, Perl, PHP, Python, Security, Unix, and Windows Terminal.

    Books at litux.nl
    More Books at litux.nl

    Books at msspace.net

    More Books at msspace.net




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    May 21, 2008

    Free Online IT and Programming Books at Techotopia

    Techotopia offers a totally free library of online computer, I.T., and programming books thbat cover a wide range of topics, such as operating systems (Linux, Windows), programming (Ruby, C#, Visual Basic), scripting (Javascript, PHP), system administration, databases (MySQL), networking and more. Their IT Essentials series of books are designed to provide detailed information that is accessible to both experienced and novice readers. Each on-line book contains everything that is needed to gain proficiency in the corresponding technology subject area.


    Book Topics at Techtopia:





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    May 14, 2008

    Jon Skeet's C# and .NET Articles and Tutorials

    Here are Jon Skeet's C# and .NET Articles and Tutorials covering many C# areas and concepts that will make a you better and more effective C# programmer and developer. Many topics presented in these C# articles are applicable to other .NET languages, but there are some items that are specidifc to C#. The framework and library articles are more independent of programming language, though they are written in relation to C#. Also, here are excellent C# Notes on many C# topics that Jon Skeet wrote while writing his book, C# in Depth. And, if you'd like to, take a look at Jon's C# Coding Blog.


    C# Articles and Tutorials:
     - Newsgroup C# FAQ
     - C# 2.0
     - Parameter passing
     - Delegates and events
     - Implementing the singleton pattern
     - Constructors
     - C# Brainteasers
     - C# and beforefieldinit
     - The Beauty of Closures
     - Why Properties Matter
     - Bluffer's Guide to C# 2
     - Bluffer's Guide to C# 3
     
    Framework and Library Articles and Tutorials:
     - Generic operators
     - Concatenating Strings Efficiently
     - Exceptions and Performance Redux  (original version)
     - Strings in .NET
     - Multi-threading in .NET
     - Reading binary data
     - Unicode
     - Debugging Unicode Problems
     - Memory in .NET - what goes where
     - Binary floating point basics
     - Decimal floating point basics
     - Plug-ins and cast exceptions

    Miscellaneous Articles and Tutorials:
     - Debugging tips
     - Short but complete programs
     - Obfuscation and Decompilation
     - Job postings on newsgroups

    Code and Libraries:
     - Miscellaneous Utilities
     - EBCDIC encoding
     - Simple micro-benchmarking in C#




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    eBook Downloads at 365 IT Books

    Here is 365 IT Books, a site providing links to many computer, I.T., and programming eBooks. These freely available computer ebooks are located at downloads sites such as rapidshare and deposit files. I checked several of the links and all were good, so it appears that this site is keeping up-to-date with these ebook links. Technical areas covered include those linked below.


    eBook Categories at 365 IT Books:




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    May 7, 2008

    Download Computer eBooks from KnowFree 2.0

    KnowFree 2.0 states that Knowledge is Free and offers download links to hundreds of technical, programming, and I.T. eBooks. Topics covered by these freely available ebooks include the following: Ajax, Php, Java, C#, Asp, Networking Training, Cisco Network, Photoshop, Graphics, Desing, Web Construction, Business Ebooks, Sap, Oracle, Mysql, Mssql, .Net, Dot Net, J2Ee, J2Me, Linux, Unix, Windows, Windows Vista, Office, Database, Programming, Software Development, Video Training, Dreamweaver, Flash, Flash Training, Css, Action Script, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Python. When accessing the download sites, such as rapidshare, be sure to choose the free option by clicking on the Free button, for example. Some of the links on this site are not working, but many are.


    Categories of eBooks at KnowFree 2.0:




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    78 Programming Tutorials from WikiHow

    Here are 78 Tutorials on Programming and Programming Languages from WikiHow, which calls itself 'the How-to Manual That You Can Edit', as you can add to and edit the tutorials and articles it hosts. These tutorials cover how to program in languages such as Java, C, C++, C#. JavaScript, PHP, Perl, and Python. They also cover Web Development, Flash, MySQL, and relational data modeling.


    Java Programming Tutorials:
     - Become a Java Programmer
     - Write Your First Program in Java
     - Program in Java
     - Create a Swing GUI in Java
     - Create a Variable in Java
     - Make a Grade Maker in Java
     - Use Graphics in a Java Applet
     - Make a Java Applet
     - Encode a String to Base64 With Java

    C and C++ Programming Tutorials:
     - Learn to Program in C
     - Compare Two Strings in C Programming
     - Compile a C Program Using the Gnu Compiler (Gcc)
     - Set up Borland's Free C Compiler for Windows
     - Convert Exe File of C Program to Screensaver
     - Create a Simple Program in C++
     - Create a Template in C++
     - Create the "Favorite Number" Program in C++
     - Find Headers and Libraries for C/C++ Programs Using Pkg Config
     - Write a Math Practice Program in C++
     - Create Pointers in C

    C# Programming Tutorial:
     - Get Started Programming in C Sharp

    Web Design and Development Tutorials:
     - Use Simple HTML Format
     - Make a Scrolling Marquee in HTML
     - Become a Professional Web Designer and Programmer
     - Write PHP Scripts
     - Learn Perl
     - Create Javascript Conditional Operators
     - Toggle Html Display With Javascript
     - Use an Array Class in JavaScript
     - Use the Javascript Confirm Function

    Flash Tutorials:
     - Make a Loading Screen in Flash
     - Use Arrays in Adobe Flash
     - Set up a Friendlier Build Environment for Adobe Flex 2 SDK

    Python Programming Tutorials:
     - Learn The Python Language
     - Start Programming in Python
     - Program in Python With Pygame

    MySQL and Database Tutorials:
     - Make Changes to the Database Structure in Mysql
     - Create a Relational Data Model

    General and Other Programming Tutorials:

     - Start Learning to Program
     - Become a Free Software Hacker
     - Contribute to Open Source
     - Convert from Binary to Decimal
     - Convert from Decimal to Binary
     - Create Options or Choices in a Batch File
     - Create a Loop of One Query in Coldfusion
     - Create a Scorm Compliant Quiz
     - Create a Torrent
     - Create an RSS Feed
     - Design a Search Engine to Actually Search
     - Generate Hibernate Pojo Classes from DB Tables
     - Generate N Different Random Numbers
     - Hand Trace Through Software Code
     - Have a Successful Open Source Project
     - Improve the Readability of Your Software Code
     - Improve your Skills as a Programmer
     - Learn a Programming Language
     - Make Exe Files Using Notepad
     - Make a Map With Valve Hammer Editor
     - Program Using Gnu Emacs
     - Program in Justbasic
     - Restore a SQL Server Database Backup
     - Program with VBScript
     - Start Programming in Assembly
     - Understand Geo Tools
     - Use Your Command Prompt to Batch Process Graphics Conversion With Solid Converter Gx
     - Use the Command Prompt and Write in Batch Languge
     - View Your DirectX Information
     - Write an Easy to Read Programming Code
     - Become a Computer Scientist
     - Become a Programmer
     - Build Isc Bind Dns in Windows
     - Build a Yahoo! Widget
     - Convert an Mde to an Mdb
     - Program Using QBasic
     - Program an Etch A Sketch in Blitz3D
     - Program in Haskell
     - Understand Object Oriented Programming
     - Use the Quick Unicode Tool




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    May 6, 2008

    Free Oracle 11g DBA Course

    Here is an opportunity to enroll in a Free Oracle 11g DBA Course, published by Oracle Corp., named "Oracle 2 Day DBA Course - Oracle Database 11g Release 1". This free Oracle course is available to those who live in the USA and Canada, and it is designed to complement the Oracle 2 Day DBA documentation. (The OBE lessons can be performed on either Windows or Linux.)

    In this Oracle course you will learn how to perform the following tasks using the step-by-step instructions in each lesson:

       1. Introduction (No additional materials complement this chapter)
       2. Installing Oracle and Building the Database
       3. Getting Started with Oracle Enterprise Manager
       4. Configuring the Network Environment
       5. Managing the Oracle Instance
       6. Managing Database Storage Structures
       7. Administering Users and Security
       8. Managing Schema Objects
       9. Performing Backup and Recovery
      10. Monitoring and Tuning the Database
      11. Managing Oracle Software




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