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1)... Editor's Greeting

2)... The Best New Free I.T. Training & Tutorial Sites

3)... New Free I.T. Books & Book Sites

4)... University Computer Science Course Sites

5)... The Best Suggested Sites from Website Users

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8)... Question of the Month about Technical Training

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1) Editor's Greeting:

Hello everyone, and welcome to our new subscribers!

This is the June 2006 issue (#56) of our free monthly newsletter for Computer IT Education, Training, & Tutorial Resources providing you with the latest Free online IT Training Resources that we have recently discovered and researched. This newsletter is free to anyone subscribing (instructions at bottom, no username/password is needed). To access our member site, however, you do need a user name and password - registering as a member of costs $15 for two months, for more information please see Become a Member of

My desire is that these free resources will help you with your computer education and training and are tools to advance your IT career. Our main mission is the training of those less fortunate who are seeking to become computer literate, both technically and from a user's perspective. 

In this issue we describe and link to a total of 92 computer, IT and programming learning and tutorial web sites. By means of this email newsletter, you have knowledge of and access to these sites before our web site visitors do.

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This section of our newsletter contains the best new free IT training and tutorial sites that we have found and researched in the last few weeks. These resources will be added to our Free IT Training & Courses page at, our Free IT Tutorials and Guides page at, or to our members' site.

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Intelligentedu Online Library of Training Courses

This is another one of our new Free training and tutorial sites, providing over 450 free online IT tutorials. Tutorials range from entry level training on using word processors through to advanced techniques in programming, web development, database design, and network routing. In-depth courses are also available at low cost.


Free AJAX Coding and Environment Setup Training

This is a case study from PackIt Publishing that teaches and demonstrates how to develop an Ajax web application, along with setting up the computing environment needed for it. Another guide is offered that suggests programming and debugging tools for Ajax and PHP.

AJAX Whiteboard Mini-Book

This is a case study in Ajax web application development offered for free. It teaches you how to implement efficient client-server communications for an application that requires heavy realtime communication. The JavaScript/DOM drawing is interesting and instructive as well. The application is an online whiteboard where your visitors can draw and publicly express their artistic skills. (28 pages, pdf format)

Preparing Your Working Environment

This guides you to installing and configuring Apache, PHP, MySQL, and how to prepare the database used. You will need this understanding when you read through and implement the Ajax Whiteboard case study. (12 pages, pdf format)

Writing Better Code Using Smarter Tools

This introduces you to a number of tools that can make your AJAX and PHP programming and debugging life easier. (10 pages, pdf format)

Advanced XML: XPath and XSLT

This quickly introduces you XSLT and XPath, as these technologies are used in some of the book's case studies. (14 pages, pdf format)


3 Ruby On Rails Tutorials

If you've been thinking of learning more about Ruby on Rails, here are three excellent tutorials to get you started. Ruby on Rails ha  been characterized as a possible historic tipping point in development environments. This is a productive new way to develop web applications. These tutorial articles step through the development of a web application using Rails. Ruby is a pure object-oriented programming language with a super clean syntax that makes programming elegant and fun. Rails is an open source Ruby framework for developing database-backed web applications. Its been stated that you can develop a web application at least ten times faster with Rails than you could with a typical Java framework.

Rolling with Ruby on Rails
What is Ruby?
What is Rails?
Installing the Software

Page 2

Let's Write Code
Creating an Empty Rails Web Application
Testing the Empty Web Application
A Rails Application's Directory Structure
Controllers and URLs
Creating the Cookbook Database

Page 3
Creating the recipes Table
Adding Recipe Fields
Create the Model

Page 4
Creating Actions and Views
Adding Categories to the Cookbook

Page 5
Assigning a Category to Each Recipe
Displaying Categories in our List of All Recipes
Parting Thoughts
Readers' Comments

Rolling with Ruby on Rails, Part 2
Updating Ruby on Rails
MySQL security update
New scaffold feature
Completing the Recipe Application
Creating a new recipe with a category

Page 2
Deleting a recipe
Using layouts

Page 3
Showing recipes in a category
What is it? How long did it take?
Ruby on Rails Success Stories
What does this all mean?
A Smattering of Ruby on Rails' Features

Really Getting Started in Rails
This Ruby on  Rails tutorial goes a little deeper and explains some of the details left out of the above two tutorials, such as some of the syntax and why things are done they way they are.


Developing PHP the Ajax Way, Part 1: Getting Started

Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax), has become the most popular new Web development technology. This is the first of a new two-part "Developing PHP the Ajax way" series (2nd part is not posted yet). In this Ajax tutorial and coding demonstation, you'll develop an online Web photo album application using PHP and the Simple Ajax Toolkit (Sajax). It starts be coding a simple photo album app using the usual method of PHP programming, to which Sajax is then applied and used to create it into an active Web application.

Here are some more resources from IBM with which you can learn more about how to use PHP, Ajax, and related web development technologies:


Best 27 Eclipse Tutorials by IBM

Eclipse is an open source platform-independent software framework that is focused on providing an extensible development platform and application frameworks for building software. It delivers 'rich-client applications', as opposed to 'thin client' browser-based applications. So far this framework has typically been used to develop IDEs (Integrated Development Environments), such as the Java IDE called Java Development Toolkit (JDT) and compiler that comes as part of Eclipse

After researching all of the Eclipse tutorials on IBM's website, I  have compiled what I believe are the best 27 Eclipse Tutorials on their site. Here they are with linked titles and descriptions.


Digging Deep into Python Internals

Python, the open source scripting language, has grown tremendously popular in the last five years. Python boasts a sophisticated object model that wise developers can exploit in ways that Java, C++, and C# developers can only dream of. These two tutorial articles describe and teach the internals of coding in Python using some of its advances and cutting-edge features.

Dig Deep into Python Internals - Part 1

This tutorial article is the first in a two-part series that digs deep to explore the fascinating new-style Python object model, which was introduced in Python 2.2 and improved in 2.3 and 2.4. The object model and type system are very dynamic and allow quite a few interesting tricks. This tutorial describes the object, model, and type system; explores various entities; explains the life cycle of an object; and introduces some of the ways to modify and customize almost everything you thought immutable at runtime.

Dig Deep into Python Internals - Part 2

In this tutorial article the author, Gigi Sayfan, contrasts meta-classes with decorators, explores the Python execution model and explains how to examine stack frames at runtime. Finally, he demonstrates how to augment the Python language itself using these techniques. A private access-checking feature that can be enforced at runtime is introduced to accomplish this.


Web Development Articles Library

The Bontrager Connection hosts several good tutorials and articles to help you build better and more effective and secure web sites. Some of the topics covered are HTML, CGI, JavaScript, CSS, Forms, Payment Gateways, RSS, Blogs, and Syndication.

» CGI 

» JavaScript 

» Tutorials 

» Web Development Articles


Web Development Tutorials and Articles from

Here are several excellent tutorials and articles using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and in some cases, free Dreamweaver and Fireworks customizations, to make some very interesting web site usability and graphics features.


Web Publishing and HTML Coding TutorialsThe Web Publishing Series and HTML Coding  Tutorials from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire provide you a great collection of free training guides to help you understand how to create and develop web pages and web sites.

Overview of Web Publishing

HTML Coding Tutorials


Max Design's CSS Tutorials and PresentationsMax Design offers several excellent CSS resources and tutorials for web designers and web developers. Their tutorials, articles and presentations cover CSS, accessiblity and web standards. Topics include CSS page layout tutorials, CSS layout samples, liquid layouts, styling lists, definition lists, centering with CSS, source order, skip links, web standards checklists.


Free Cisco and CCNP Training Slides

Here are some excellent, well explained and illustrated training slides by Cisco for learning and understanding their networking and CCNP technologies. These will definately help you study for and pass the Cisco certification exams. Areas covered are BCMSN, BSCIv1, BSCIv2, BCRAN, and CIT4.1 . (Powerpoint format.)

BCMSN - 11 sets of slides

BSCIv1 - 12 sets of slides

BSCIv2 - 13 sets of slides

BCRAN - 15 sets of slides
CIT 4.1 - 13 sets of slides

New CIT - 14 sets of slides


.NET Reference Guide's .Net Reference Guide offers you many tutorials and articles covering Microsoft's .NET Framework and its technologies. Study and learn how to program applications using the .NET Framework (dotNet Framework), Class Library, Visual Studio .NET, C#,  ASP.NET, C#, Visual Basic .NET (VB .NET), ASP.NET, XML Web Services, ADO.NET, XML.NET, Windows Forms, and much more. Also, browse their articles repository, with topics including ADO.NET, ASP.NET, and VB.NET.




3) New Free Computer IT Books, Publications & Book Sites:

Some of these web resources will be added to our Free IT Books page at and some will be added to our members site

Over 70 freely available I.T. and Programming Ebooks

This site hosts over 70 freely available I.T. and Programming Ebooks in many areas, from Java to C#, from Linux to Windows. Here are some of the subjects and topics covered be these ebooks:


Free Ebooks Center Post with 7 Freely Available Ebooks

Here is a post on Free Ebooks Center containing links to 7 freely available ebooks covering the following subjects: SQL Server 2005, Quality of Service in LANs, WANs, and VPNs, Network Wiring, WiFi, Vbscript Programming, and Enterprise Resource Planning. To access the download links on, click on the Free button near the bottom of the rapidshare page, wait about 30 seconds, then enter the 3 character code and click on the download button. To uncompress .rar files you can use 7-Zip.


Free C and C++ Programming Books from Wikibooks

Here are two free online programming books: one teaches you C++ programming and the other covers C Programming. These are compliments of, are written by this site's community, and they accept experts in these subjects as authors to write and edit these books.

C Programming Wikibook

This book covers the essential features of the C language

C++ Programming Wikibook
This book covers the essential features of the C++ language and its standard library (STL). It also provides a survey of important concepts, software design, and design patterns, but as a stepping stone for the reader or as an introduction to more advanced C++ concepts. Its primary objective is to provide an appropriate book for an introduction course on the C++ programming language and its computer science concepts or related applications.


Oracle Documentation Library and I.T. Books

Here are documentation libraries for all current versions of the Oracle database and application server. These include many information guides and free books on these technologies. Also included on this site are freely available I.T. books in these areas: Oracle PL/SQL Programming, Networking, TCP/IP Network Administration, Unix, HTML, CGI Programming, JavaScript, Perl, Webmaster, and Java Programming.

Oracle Documentation Library 10.2.0

Oracle Documentation Library 10.1.0

Oracle Documentation Library 9.2.0

Oracle Documentation Library 9.0.1

Oracle Documentation Library 8.1.7

Oracle8i Release 2 (8.1.6) for Sun SPARC Solaris

Oracle Application Server 10g Release 1 (9.0.4) Documentation Library

Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 (10.1.2) Documentation Library

Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 (10.1.2) for Sun SPARC Solaris

Oracle HTML DB 2.0 Documentation


Cisco Books and Networking Resources Web Site

This site is dedicated to providing information and resources related to research in the field of Networking, Data Communication, and Cisco technologies. Freely available books on Cisco topics include CCIE, CCNP, CCNA, Cisco IP Telephony, CCSP, Network Security, PIX Firewall, IP Subnetting, and Wireless Area Networking.


Free Linux Four Volume Book

The Computer Technology Documentation Project hosts the online version of four volumes of Agustin Velasco's Series about Linux. Agustin has generously made this four volume book, with over 200 pages of Linux documentation, freely available to the public through this site. The book is centered on Mandrake Linux, however, the content is worthwhile for all Linux versions. The book provides many screen shots that assist the reader to follow its step-by-step tutorials.

Agustin's Linux Manual - Vol. 1

Agustin's Linux Manual - Vol. 2

Agustin's Linux Manual - Vol. 3

Agustin's Linux Manual - Vol. 4


The .NET Developer's Guide to Windows Security

This free book, The .NET Developer's Guide to Windows Security, was written for the many thousands of people involved in designing and writing software for the Microsoft .NET platform. It is chock-full of tips and insights about user-based security. The format of this book consists of 75 concise tidbits of helpful reference information. The “what is” items focus on explaining concepts, and the “how to” items focus on helping you perform a common task. Code samples can be downloaded here.


Sams Teach Yourself Visual Studio .NET 2003 in 21 Days

This free online book, Sams Teach Yourself Visual Studio .NET in 21 Days, will help developers that are new to application development and experienced developers understand how to use the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET to rapidly develop any type of computer application. By going through these lessons, you'll learn about the key components that make up Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework. This book will teach you how to start writing .Net (dotNet) applications immediately. Throughout the book, all the code examples are in both Visual Basic .NET and C# (C Sharp), so if you have a preference for one language, you can implement any of the code immediately.



4) University Computer Science Course Sites Free to Browse and Study:

These web sites will be added to our Free University IT Course Webs page at

Slides and Tutorials on Software Engineering, UML, and Java

Here are excellent slides, notes, and tutorials from a software engineering course at the School of Computing at Dublin Institute of Technology. The topics covering include software process models, requirements, design principles, process maturity, CMM, design patters, UML, Rational Rose, and introduction to programming in Java.

Software Engineering

Slides based on book by Ian Sommerville Design Principles

Process Maturity & CMM Design Patterns


UML Distilled, main points from chapters:

ATM Example from Use Case Driven Development Chapter

UML and Rational Rose
Tutorial Examples and Exercises
  1. Constructing a simple UML class in Rose
  2. Constructing an Activity Diagram in Rose, Library Business Model
  3. Some Library UML Diagrams
  4. Constructing Use Case, Class and Sequence Diagrams for the library example
  5. Generating Java code from a simple Rose model
  6. Reverse Engineering from Java to UML, tutoral example. Java source code
  7. Exercises in Reverse and Forward Engineering in Rose

Rational Rose Tutorial

This tutorial is very comprehensive and it is best to first familiarise yourself with Rose via the above exercises/tutorials.  The tutorial takes you through the various stages from business modelling to design and coding.  It comes as a self-extracting archive.

Computer Science 4 example - RUP approach 

Java Programs and Exercises


5) The Best Suggested Sites from our Website Users
- Every month we feature the best suggested IT training and tutorial sites from our website visitors. Here are this month's sites:

Theexamking provides free ebooks, study guides, and downloads for studying and preparing for many IT Certification Exams, including Redhat LinuxMicrosoft, CompTIA, Oracle, and Cisco. The following exams are covered: RHCE, RHCA, RHCSS, LPI, MCSE, MCSD, MCP, MCSA, A+, Network+, CCNA, CCNP, CCIE, CISSP, and OCP. also provides forums, where users can post their problem, queries, answers, and views. offers free computer ebooks in chm and pdf formats for many technical topics and subjects. You will need to register for free. Here is the full collection achive. Subjects covered include the following: Linux, Windows, Ajax, Java, J2EE, .Net (dotNet) Framework, C#, Visual Basic .Net, ASP.Net, UML, Security, Networking, Algorithms, Web Development, PHP, Extreme Programming, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Flash, Wireless Applications, and Cisco (CCNA, CCNP, CCIE).


6) New Computer & IT Training & Tutorial Link & Resource Sites:

These web sites will be added to our IT Links and Resources page at 

Great Google search for Free Certification Study Guides

Here is an excellent google search for freely available Certification Study Guides (in pdf format).

Here are some sub-searches to this search, adding a subject keyword:


7) I.T. Sites and Free Downloads Worth Mentioning: 


OpenLaszlo is a very programmer-friendly way of creating Flash-based applications. This free application is billed as the premier open-source platform for rich internet applications. Basically, it is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.

OpenLaszlo programs are written in XML and JavaScript and transparently compiled to Flash and soon DHTML. The OpenLaszlo APIs provide animation, layout, data binding, server communication, and declarative UI. An OpenLaszlo application developed on one machine will run on all leading Web browsers on all leading desktop operating systems.

On the documentation page, you'll find the developer documentation for OpenLaszlo as well as collateral materials about the platform.


ICB: the Internet Connection Benchmark (freeware version)

This free program helps you measure your ISP's performance by analyzing Internet connection speed/bandwidth between your machine and one of several Web servers. It displays the results in an attractive "cockpit style" user interface.


PGPfreeware  v6.5.8

The Windows version of Phil Zimmerman's original and popular encryption utility Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). You can encrypt, sign and wipe files from anywhere in Windows by simply right-clicking on a file. You can also encrypt files or folders into Self-Decrypting Archives (SDAs) that are usable for those without PGP. For e-mail integration, a plug-in for Eudora is included as well as one for Microsoft Exchange and Outlook.


Applet FX Freeware Edition v1.1

This is a collection of 20 high-quality Java effects for your Web site. There are applets for creating menus, presenting text, displaying images, creating fancy titles, adding special effects, playing random sounds, scrolling, and displaying messages. 


Advanced Effect Maker Freeware Edition 1.5

Create Flash and JavaScript effects such as slide shows, messengers, scrollers, games, and web navigation menus with the click of a button. You can have a fully customized web effect ready in less than 4 minutes. Contains 17 freeware effects.

8) Question of the Month about Technical Training:

Each month Jeff Love will answer a current or important question that we have received about computer and IT training and career development.

June 2006 Question of the Month: 

Whats the best, free method I can create and write PDF files in Windows?

PDFCreator a free tool you can use to easily creates PDFs from any Windows program. Use it like a printer in Word, PowerPoint, or any other Windows application. With the PDFCreator Printer driver you turn any program into a PDF-machine. PDFCreator also offers multilingual support. Here is the download page.

I hope this help you.

Jeff Love
Site Editor

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