Linux Video Tutorials – 119 Hours

Premium (Not Free) Video Tutorials Videos A-B .NET - 227 hrs 2D Animation - 73 hrs 3D Animation - 507 hrs 3D Dynamics - 177 hrs 3D Lighting - 55 hrs 3d Modeling - 1169 hrs 3D Rendering - 496 hrs 3D Rigging - 475 hrs 3D Scripting - 51 hrs 3D Sculpting - 361 hrs 3D Texturing - 267 hrs Adobe - 61 hrs Amazon Web Services - 18 hrs Android - 74 hrs AOP - 3 hrs Architecture - 120 hrs ASP.NET - 294 hrs Beginner... [Read More...]

Windows 7 (21 Video Tutorials for Developers)

Here is a collection of 21 free video tutorials on Windows 7 for developers. Windows 7 is Microsoft's current operating system for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs and media center PCs. Where Did Windows 7 Get Its Name? The name for Windows 7 is perfectly in line with previous releases of MS-Windows. Here is the chronology: One. The very first release of Microsoft Windows: Windows... [Read More...]

Linux Video Tutorial – 1 – The Code Linux One-Hour Historical Documentary

This series of video tutorials will be on Linux. We will start with an excellent one-hour pop culture historical documentary called The Code Linux. The video covers the birth, evolution, and future of Linux. As of Oct 24, 2007, this video has been viewed 129,173 times on Google alone. Don't miss the song at the end that goes with the credits – it is absolutely awesome… Quick Overview Unix operating system was created in the 1960s... [Read More...]

Introduction to Unix

This article will be completed later. I am posting it now as a stub to allow me to go ahead and post to a sub-category Linux. Sorry for the inconvenience. Wade Harvey  Read More →

What is the difference between Unix and NT systems ?

by: Kate Smalley Shared or virtual hosting is usually available in two varieties: UNIX and NT. What is the difference between hosting on these operating systems? NT servers are designed to accommodate advanced Microsoft applications. NT servers therefore integrate back office offerings such as FrontPage, Access and MS SQL with basic Web services. NT servers also offer specific programming environments such as Active Server Pages (ASP), Visual Basic... [Read More...]

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