California based Selosoft, Inc. today introduces Don’t Hit! 1.0, an easy-to-learn, hard to master, one-touch game for iOS devices. Players control a triangle as it speeds through an endless course of chaotic twists and turns. Gravity will pull the triangle down relative to its orientation and players must press their finger on the screen to counter the gravitational pull. Collecting cubes will increase their score, but they must be careful to avoid the walls, as a collision will end their run….
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Over the last few years MOOC (Massive Online Learning Courses) have grown exponentially. Despite the challenges, with the technology and capabilities to deliver almost any type of course in a cheaper and easier way it’s no surprise people are adopting this type of learning. Sites like Lynda.com, Treehouse, Laracasts and many more seem to be […]
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QA has been around for 30 years and offers a tremendous amount of courses for professionals to gain certification and new skills. The company has also won numerous awards, and is an official partner of Microsoft, Cisco and VMware.
Its website includes eight Linux courses, including this one – Linux System Fundamentals – which is aimed at IT professionals with little or no experience of the OS, as something of a ‘quick start’ guide.
All training is guided by an instructor at one of the QA training centres around the UK or as an ‘attend from anywhere’ course which you can do remotely. After contacting QA for clarification, we found the c…
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Of course Microsoft is working on its own version of the Chromebook
Microsoft’s main education play of late has been on the Surface side, though iPads have seemingly done a better job capturing the market for schools that don’t mind paying an extra premium for devices. The company was rumored to be launching a …
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Apple designs its products with an affinity for creatives of all kinds. But a French artist known as Monsieur Plant uses Macs to take “Think Different” to another level. The Apple computers used by Christophe Guinet, 39, are not the tools but the subject in a body of work that integrates life-giving plant matter with […]
(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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