Resources for Information Technology and computing

    Search resources
    Polanki padmini posted a link on 8 June 2018 - 11:28am.

    Career in Best Industries with Software Skills

    At the time of my M.Tech (Post graduation) completion, I have a big confusion how to start my career professional life. However, we have nil education on software and hardware technologies in our curriculum at colleges. Even though, after getting many suggestions from my seniors and relatives who are experienced in the software industry, I am unable to conclude about what to choose.

    Read more

    Akhil Kumar posted a link on 25 November 2017 - 10:34am.

    School of Computer Science and Engineering

    Get admission in India’s Best top Ranked Computer Science Engineering College / University in Punjab ,which offering integrate b tech-mba , m tech courses.

    Read more

    Anthony Hawken posted a link on 6 January 2014 - 8:31pm.

    A java notebook

    This book is an introductory textbook for Java programming. It covers a number of modules for an Access to Higher education course (validated by OCNLR).

    Read more

    Peter Brownell posted a Blog entry on 6 October 2011 - 10:55am.

    Chi-Tek Workshop Festival

    flyer

    On Saturday 22 Oct, School of Everything hosts Mz-Tek's Chi-Tek Fest. A day long series of electronics workshops for women only.

    Tickets

    Read more

    Jonahlyn Gilstrap posted a link on 1 June 2010 - 7:07pm.

    cs50

    Read more

    Andy Gibson posted a link on 15 May 2009 - 9:11am.

    Drupal Community on Identi.ca

    Drupal community for swapping tips and finding people to help you with all your Drupal-related problems.

    Read more

    Peter Brownell posted a note on 24 March 2009 - 6:47pm.

    Task Tracking with Mantis, Eclipse and Mylyn

    Task management is not an easy thing. For software projects, it can get extreme. We don't really have a big programming dept here at EverythingHQ, but there is still enough noise around to need a plan.

    We are using Eclipse as a development IDE, and Mantis as our issue tracking tool. Both tools are far from perfect, but they do help us get the job done. Today, I made them a little nicer by linking the two together.

    Read more

    Peter Brownell posted a link on 3 December 2008 - 2:11pm.

    The other half of "Artists Ship"

    "It's natural for organizations to learn from mistakes. The problem is, people who propose new checks almost never consider that the check itself has a cost."
    ....

    Read more

    Peter Brownell posted a note on 3 November 2008 - 1:18pm.

    Bash variable scope, pipe and cat

    Here is a nice little bit of bash snagging for you. You need to grab lines from a file, process each in turn, and then at the very end report whether or not there was a problem for any of them. Simple ? Not quite.

    The following scripts are mangled to show how this works, so don't expect them to operate as-is.


    #!/bin/bash

    PROBLEM=0

    cat $CONF | grep backup | grep @ |
    while IFS=$TAB read var1 var2 var3 var4
    do
    PROBLEM=1
    echo PROBLEM:$PROBLEM
    done
    echo PROBLEM: $PROBLEM

    Read more

    Peter Brownell posted a note on 29 October 2008 - 7:00pm.

    Drupal, urls, the difference between things and filters, and keeping urls constant

    Disclaimer: The worst bit about this lesson is that, as I have written this note, I have realised that what I had planned to be the lesson was incorrect! Anyway, I will post this anyway because I may need to remember all this next time.

    Todays Drupal lesson: Keeping things and filters seperate. It's going to apply to any kind of social media site, but this is a little Drupal specific note.

    Read more


    Unlimited Resources

    Every member of School of Everything can add notes, links, videos, images, documents and other things to the site that help people learn or teach a particular subject. If you're learning, you can use it to keep track of your progress in your subjects and all the things that help you learn like useful websites or how-to videos.

    If you're teaching, you can share useful resources and advice that you think will help people learn you subjects. You can tag each resource post with one or more subjects, and your posts will appear to other people looking for those subjects.

    Learn more.

    Don't be shy, say hello. We'd love to hear from you.


    [email protected]

    Stay safe

    School of Everything is all about meeting up in the real world. Here are some tips on how to arrange your learning and teaching safely.