I am opening up old courseware to the world on a "pay if you like it" or have it free basis.
(You will find other offerings in this site's DonationWare Category.)
This course was created in mid-2002.
It was created for ASERT but never actually saw the light of day…isn't that sad!
This was after the dot-com bubble had burst and the ultimately commissioning organisation probably went bust or lost interest or something…I can't remember now!
There was plenty of hands-on time. There are quite a few small and simple exercises.
Here's the 'blurb':
About The Course
Who Should Attend
Basic programming experience using a modern programming language such as C, C++, Visual Basic, or Java is required. A rudimentary understanding of object oriented concepts is also useful.
Participants should also be familiar with, and be able to construct basic web pages using 'raw' HTML, rather than via higher-level tools such as Macromedia Dreamweaver or Microsoft FrontPage.
This course will provide participants with the ability to:
- Develop more capable web-based applications using this inexpensive technology option
The following key topics will be covered over the two day period:
- Industry support (including browser support, development tools and products, versioning, etc.)
The course is now well and truly at End of Life.
I figure that it would be such a pity for it to end as a set of bits decaying away on my hard disk so I am opening it up to the world on as "as-is" basis:
(MD5: 3922b66caca1dfda0a0b23c532a68b4d; size: 4,523,559 bytes)
Some (unfortunately necessary) legalese:
- This content is provided "as-is", with no guarantees.
- Feel free to use it, but not to abuse it (to give a couple of examples: don't make hundreds of copies for friends; don't claim it as your own work).
- I retain copyright, so "all rights reserved."
If you like it, or have any questions/comments, send me an email ( ).
If you find this material useful, please consider paying me a small amount: via PayPal.