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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

6)... New I.T. Training & Tutorial Link Sites

7)... I.T. Sites Worth Mentioning

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

9)... Please Support Our Computer Training Mission

1) Editor's Greeting:

Hello everyone, and welcome to our new subscribers!

This is the December 2007 issue (#74) 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 134 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.


27 Eclipse Tutorials

Here are the top 27 Tutorials for Eclipse and its related application development technologies, hosted and linked to by These teach and explain how to use Eclipse, its plugins, and projects to develop state-of-the-art and cutting edge software applications. Eclipse is an open source community and application development framework. The goals of its projects are to develop an open development platform consisting of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle.

Eclipse And Java: Using the Debugger

Eclipse And Java: Introducing Persistence

Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners

Customizing Eclipse RCP applications, Part 1: Techniques to use with SWT and JFace

Migrate Visual Studio C and C++ projects to Eclipse CDT

Extending WTP Using Project Facets 

Creating Bottom Up Web Service

Creating Top Down Web Service

Consuming a Web Service using Web Service Client

Create an Eclipse-based application using the Graphical Editing Framework

Creating Database Web Applications with Eclipse

Running Web Service Scenarios using Ant

Rich Client Tutorial Part 1  Part 2   Part 3

Using Web Service Explorer to test a Web service

WSDL Editor Tutorial

Deploy Web Applications to the Oracle Application Server

Building a CMP Based School Schedule Web Application

XML Catalog Tutorial

XML Validation Tutorial

Building a School Schedule Web Application

Cactus Integration in the Web Tools Project

Building a Simple EJB Application

XML Schema Editor Tutorial

Building and Running a Web Application

Creating XML files Tutorial

JET Tutorial Part 1 (Introduction to JET)

JET Tutorial Part 2 (Write Code that Writes Code)


C and C++ Programming Tutorials, and Linux Tutorials

Here are some good training C and C++ Programming Tutorials, Video Tutorials, and FAQs, located at These will help you learn how to program using these important programming languages, and they will also help you to increase your C and C++ skills, and to become a better C/C++ programmer. Included at this site are also some nice Linux Tutorials and References that will help you learn how to use and administer Linux.

Learn Kernel Bootcamp

A Flash-based audio-visual Seminar - Thinking in C

Debugging Applications with GNU Debugger - Slides

Programming & Debugging series - Video Tutorial 1

Programming & Debugging series - Video Tutorial 2

Programming & debugging series - Video Tutorial 4

Programming & debugging series - Video Tutorial 3

Compiling and Executing - Hello World program in C - Video Tutorial

Scott Meyers: A Unique Perspective on C++ - Video Tutorial

C++0x Standard - An overview by Bjarne Stroustrup - VIdeo Lecture
Some of the key points of the above lecture video

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 1

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 2 (Part 1 of 2)

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 2 (Part 2 of 2)

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 3

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 4 (Part 1 of 2)

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 4 (part 2 of 2)

C++ Programming Video Tutorial 5

C Programming Tutorial Slides

Socket Programming Tutorial Slides  

Free Online Tests & Quiz  -  Quiz Home

Types of Memory leaks and solutions to get rid of it

Huge collection of C/C++ Interview Questions

C++ Tips & Tricks - C++ Pitfalls, by: Cay S. Horstmann

C++ Programming Language Tutorials

Tech Talk About C++ and C : Extensive C++ and C FAQ

Unix Concepts Questions - FAQ

Operating System (OS) Interview FAQ Questions

A Handy Tutorial on Bash Unix Shell Reference

Multithreaded Programming Tutorial with Thread Visualization System

Basics of Data Structures

C Pointers - Different ways pointers are declared and its meaning


Javascript Tutorials and How Tos hosts these well written Javascript Tutorials and How Tos for learning how to code web pages with Javascript. Many Javascript features and topics here are demonstrated. These tutorials show you Javascript programming examples and techniques for each topic covered.


Top 40 JavaScript Video Tutorials on youtube

Here are what I consider to be the Top 40 JavaScript Video Tutorials hosted by These tutorials will teach you both JavaScript coding fundamentals and several intermediate and advanced JavaScript topics also. Here is a google search for JavaScript tutorials on youtube.

Javascript Tutorial 1 - Functions

Javascript Tutorial 1.1: The Very Basics

Javascript Tutorial 1.3: Introduction to External Input

Javascript Tutorial 1.2: Variables

Basic Javascript Variable Tutorial

Basic Javascript Alert Tutorial

Learn Javascript -( Ch01/02

Essentials of the DOM and Javascript in 10 Minutes

Basic Javascript Redirect Tutorial

Javascript/HTML Tutorial on functions

learn Javascript -( Ch01/05

learn Javascript -( Ch02/01

learn Javascript -( Ch02/03

learn Javascript -( Ch03/06

learn Javascript -( Ch03/05

learn Javascript -( Ch03/01

learn Javascript -( Ch01/06

learn Javascript -( Ch03/04

learn Javascript -( Ch01/03

learn Javascript -( Ch03/03

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partsix (1/2)

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -parttwo)

learn Javascript -( Ch02/05

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partone (1/2)

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partsix (2/2)

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partone (2/2)

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partthree

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partfour (2/2)

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partfive

Utilizing Google Translator within your Webpage

Learn Javascript ( chapter1 -partfour (1/2) - Learn Javascript ~ CH01/03

AJAX 101: Understanding Javascript Errors (s1e04) - Learn Javascript ~ CH01/07 - Learn Javascript ~ CH01/06

Java Hello World Tutorial

AJAX 101: Using an external Javascript file (s1e03)

AJAX 101: Browsers and Strings (s1e05) - Learn Javascript ~ CH01/04<


How To Make Your Own Web Mashup
A Mashup is a web application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool; an example is the use of cartographic data from Google Maps to add location information to real-estate data from Craigslist, thereby creating a new and distinct web service that was not originally provided by either source. Content used in mashups is typically sourced from a third party via a public interface or API. Other methods of sourcing content for mashups include Web feeds (e.g. RSS or Atom), web services and screen scraping. provides this page describing How To Make Your Own Web Mashup. This will help you create a mashup and show you where to begin and how to get it done. It also links to many site's API profiles which you will need to create your mashup. Also, here is the API Dashboard at, this will help you understand the most popular websites' APIs, so you can select which ones to use.

Steps in Creating Your Own Mashup

1. Pick a subject
2. Decide where your data is coming from

3. Weigh your coding skills
    Mashups, as of today, are mostly a programmer's affair although there are
    some tools such as MapBuilder and Wayfaring that can help you create basic
    maps without coding.

4. Sign-up for an API
    Most, but not all, API providers require you to have a developer/application ID,
    a user account with their service, or both.

5. Start coding


Top 5 Programming Diggs in last 30 days

Here are what I judge to be the Top 5 Programming  Diggs in the last 30 days for learning several application development topics, including CSS, JavaScript, Rails, and Web Design.

CSS Tool to Wrap Text Into Any Shape
Easily wrap any text content into curves, slants or around any shape, then simply copy the generated code onto your website or blog. It has three methods for adding it to your site, including full CSS/XHTML or javascript. 

[Easy as Pie] Unobtrusive JavaScript
If you are just learning JavaScript, or have been coding JavaScript obtrusively, this is a great article to get you started on the 'best practices' way of coding JavaScript -- Unobtrusively. FTA: "...This post is the first in a continuing series of DIY tutorials, which aims to make things as simple as possible..."

Riding Rails: Rails 2.0: It's done!
Rails 2.0 is finally finished after about a year in the making. This is a fantastic release that’s absolutely stuffed with great new features, loads of fixes, and an incredible amount of polish. We’ve even taken a fair bit of cruft out to make the whole package more coherent and lean.

8 Software Engineering Tips for Startups
The business ideas, new utilities for society and the next big thing all boil down to code. If the code is good, the startup has a chance. If the code is bad, no matter how brilliant the business people are the startup is not going to get far. 

10 Absolute No-No's For Any Freelance Web Designer
If you're a freelancer, make sure you don't make any of these common mistakes. 


HTML Tutorials and How Tos offers the following HTML Tutorials and How Tos for learning how to use HTML to design and develop web pages and web sites. Many HTML tags and topics here are covered. These tutorials show you how use HTML by using examples for each feature and tag being presented.


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 500 Freely available Computer eBooks

Here is a good computer ebook repository site, at, that hosts over 500 freely available computer ebooks in many areas, as listed below. These ebooks will help you learn how to administer systems, servers, and become a better application developer.

Topics covered by these eBooks:

Red Hat Linux RHCE Study ebook
Jakarta Struts
Java Performance Tuning
Wireless Java
Sun Solaris
Linux Commands
Internet Security
Linux Programming
Python Programming
DB2 database
Linux Games programming
Oracle OCP study ebook
Oracle Performance Tuning
Linux Networking
Cisco CCNA ebook
Bash Shell programming
C++ programming
C programming
C Sharp (C#) programming
Linux Kernel
Active Directory
Web Performance Tuning
Web Security
Regular Expressions


Free Computer eBooks, Guides and References from offers lots of links to Free Computer, Programming & Technology Ebooks covering many topics, as linked below. Included on this site are free downloads for computer EBooks, Tutorials, Programming Cheatsheets, Reference Guides, Computer Manuals, and Programming Aids.


5 Free Programming and Database eBooks

Here are 5 Free Programming and Database eBooks by Professors Dr. habil. Willi-Hans Steeb and Yorick Hardy. These cover Java programming, C# programming, HTML, XML, JavaScript, Linux, Shell programming, Perl, and Relational and Object-Oriented Databases

Free eBook: "Progamming in Java"
(654kb, 375 pages, pdf format)

1 Introduction
2 Java Basics
3 String Manipulations
4 Classes and Objects
5 Inheritance and Abstract Classes
6 The  GUI and its Components
7 Exception Handling
8 File  Manipulations
9 Threads
10 Animation
11 Networking
12 Java 2 Collection Frame Work
13 The Swing Components
14 Java Beans
15 Additions to JSE 1.5
16 Resources and Web Sites

Free eBook: "HTML, XML and JavaScript"
(241kb, 109 pages, pdf format)

3 JavaScript
4 Resources and Web Sites

Free eBook: "Relational and Object-Oriented Databases"
(546kb, 249 pages, pdf format)

1 What is a table?
2 Structured Query Language (SQL)
3 Normal Forms
4 Transactions
6 Object-Oriented Databases
7 Versant
8 FastObjects
9 Data Mining
Databases Exercises

Free eBook: "Linux, Shell Programming and Perl"
(480kb, 244 pages, pdf format)

1 Linux Basics
2 Linux Commands
3 Advanced Linux
4 Linux and Networking
5 Shell Programming
6 Perl

Free eBook: "Programming in C# (CSharp)"
(282kb, 147 pages, pdf format)

1 Introduction
2 CSharp Basics
3 String and StringBuilder
4 Built-in Classes
5 Object-Oriented Programming
6 Streams and File Manipulations
7 Graphics
8 Events
9 Processes and Threads
10 Sockets Programming
11 Remoting


16 Programming eBooks for Python, Bash, Regex

Here are 16 Programming eBooks covering Python Programming (9), Shell Programming (3), Regular Expressions (2), Sed and Awk (1), and Vim (1).

 - Advanced Python Programming
 - Bourne Shell
 - How To Think Like A Computer Scientist - Learning With Python
 - Mastering Regular Expressions
 - Python Programming
 - Python Standard Library
 - Bash Shell
 - Learning Python
 - Python eBook
 - Sed and Awk Reference
 - Python eBook
 - Advanced Bash Shell Scripting eBook
 - Python Notes
 - Regx
 - Thinking in Python
 - Vim User Manual


Keys to Certification Success eBook

This IT certification ebook, Keys to Certification Success, from, has been written to help you obtain the best I.T. certification for your preferences and knowledge in the most efficient way. Earning a certification demonstrates to others your technical skills and competency. It will help you temendously as you start or continue your career in the computer or Information Technology field. Here is the download link for the Keys to Certification Success ebook. (96 pages, 467kb, pdf format)

This IT Certification ebook will help you:

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: 10 Quick Certification Faqs
  1 Why Get Certified?
  2 What Does Certified Mean?
  3 How Many Certifications Are There?
  4 How Much Does It Cost To Get Certified?
  5 How Long Will It Take To Get Certified?
  6 How Long Will My Certification Be Valid?
  7 Which Certification(S) Should I Earn?
  8 Where Can I Get Training?
  9 How Will I Know What Will Be Covered On The Exams?
  10 What Are Certification Tests Like?
Chapter 2: Which Certification Is Best For You?
Chapter 3: Understand Your Study Options
Chapter 4: Plan Your Budget
Chapter 5: How To Study Effectively
Chapter 6: Test Taking Techniques
Chapter 7: Popular Certification Programs

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

Programming in C Course with Book and Solutions

Here is a great online programming course with all materials and notes available for free: Programming in C Course. This is from the University of Sheffield. Included are the lecture workbook, exercises, problems, and assessments. Solutions to all of these are also included, which makes these materials much more valuable for applying the concepts and topics in learning C programming.

C Programming Workbook:

Introduction to programming, what is a computer program, compilation etc., basic C program, syntax rules, variables, naming variables, the printf statement

Data types, assignment statements, operators, operator precedence

Use of the if, while, switch and for statements

Techniques for planning and writing an algorithm as a C program, use of flow diagrams, step-by-step solutions to two past assessments

Function definitions, passing arguments to functions, returning values from functions, math.h library

Input file handling, output file handling, multiple streams, use of printf to format output, more on scanf

1 dimensional arrays, multidimensional arrays, fixed and variable size arrays, string handling

Definition of structures and their use, arrays of structures, passing a structure to a function, linked lists.


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: 

AIMS Advanced Internet Marketing Strategies

SEO 101: Course for people who want a quick overview of Internet Marketing. This course is a little different than most others. It is designed to give busy people a quick overview of Internet marketing. We show how different tactics are related to each other. The course is best for people who:


Windows XP and Vista Learning Center

This site contains all the information about the functionality of the windows operating system. It also has troubleshooting tips for many ongoing issues.



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

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


ProgrammableWeb: Technical Reference Center

Here are what the Programmableweb considers good references for the essential technologies and concepts using the Web as an application and development Platform.

Web2.0 AJAX RSS SSE Atom
Widgets API Tags Microformats


Python Tutorials

Here are lots and lots of links to tutorials, references, ebooks, guides, and programming aids for programming in Python.

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

The following programs are totally Free, no popups, no adware, no spyware, and no shareware.


TCPView will show you a detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on your system, including the remote address and state of TCP connections as well as the application or process that is using the connection. In addition, you can end selected processes and close selected connections. Much improved over previous versions.


The Dude

The Dude is a unique network monitor that incorporates an interactive map of your network layout, that helps you visualize the structure of your network and provides direct access to network functions specific to each item. It can automatically discover your local network and draw a preliminary layout that can be further customized and saved. You can manually add items, customize the icons and captions used for each device and connect nodes with lines and other drawing tools. The program supports various network monitoring tasks from simple ping checks to port probes and service checks.


Look@LAN Network Monitor

Look@LAN Network Monitor is an advanced network monitor, that is easy to use and automatically detects and analyzes your network nodes, including operating system. The program can monitor the nodes and alert you of any changes (new nodes, offline nodes etc.). The main window lists all available nodes and detailed statistics and scan results are available for each individual machine, including a real-time traceroute report, ping results, active services (open ports) and more. In addition to the auto-detected nodes, you can also customize the scan ranges and add additional networks. Additional features include HTML reports, statistical graphs, network tree view, single node scanning and more.



Regmon is a Registry monitoring utility that will show you which applications are accessing your Registry, which keys they are accessing, and the Registry data that they are reading and writing - all in real-time. This advanced utility takes you one step beyond what static Registry tools can do, to let you see and understand exactly how programs use the Registry.



egSeeker is a handy tool for managing several popular registry items and searching the registry by keyword. It offers quick access to Startup Entries, Uninstall Information, Color Schemes, History items (URLs, Recent Documents etc) and IE Favorites. The program also includes a registry cleaning feature that finds invalid and unused registry entries, allowing you to delete them. RegSeeker can automatically create a backup before deleting any registry entries.


Wise Registry Cleaner

Wise Registry Cleaner scans the Windows registry for invalid or obsolete information and presents you with a list of potential problems. To help you decide which items to delete, the program classifies them as `Safe to fix` or `Not fully safe to fix`. A built-in registry backup enables you to undo any changes, should problems arise from a clean-up.


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.

December 2007 Question of the Month: 

What is Green Computing or Green I.T., and how can I make my computing more environmentally friendly?

Green Computing is the study and practice of using computing resources efficiently. Typically, technological systems or computing products that incorporate green computing principles take into account the so-called triple bottom line of economic viability, social responsibility, and environmental impact. According to the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, e-waste is the fastest-growing part of the waste stream in the U.S, and the E.P.A. says e-waste makes up 2% of solid waste. In addition, the toxicity of the components within this waste means that it actually exacts a higher toll on public health than its 2% share would suggest. More than 1,000 chemicals are used during electronics production, such as lead, mercury and cadmium, and many have been linked to cancer, reproductive problems and other illnesses. Green PC and the Green Computer Guide give you ideas and knowledge on how to make an environmentally friendly computer, offering tips on buying a Green PC and easy ways to make your computer energy efficient.

Here are some good green computing and green I.T. resources on the web:

Green Computing
Green Computing How-to Articles: 5 Steps to Green IT


Green IT at Techworld

What Every Tech Pro Should Know About Green Computing

The Green  Lounge

Green IT Resources

I hope this helps you.

Jeff Love
Site Editor

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