If you’re interested in meditation, the founders of Buddhist Geeks have a free course on their new meditate.io website named The Five Styles of Meditation.
This Haskell.org page has a nice list of Haskell tutorials and documentation.
After having this on my "wish list" for many years, I finally took the time tonight to regenerate the pages for my "Free Introduction to Unix and Linux tutorial". The old format was just horrible, spread out among 285 small pages, and while this one still needs some work, it's about 1,000 times better than the old format, and comes in weighing only 13 large tutorial pages.
Some of the tutorial material is a little dated now, but these sections are still very relevant to today's Unix/Linux world:
Several years ago I taught classes on Java programming and Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA/OOD). After using Java training material from other companies for a little while (and being unhappy with their quality and high fees), I decided to write my own Java course material.
Today I'm glad to announce that I'm giving this Java and OOA/OOD training material (150+ pages) away for free -- no registration required. (I always hate it when I have to "register" to get something free, so you'll find no registration forms here.)
Cool link of the day: The Telegraph reports that millions of people are asked to take part in a mass test of "brain training". As the article states:
Scientists have joined together with the BBC to create what they say will be the largest scientific test of whether machines, such as the Nintendo DS, or even just playing Sudoku, can improve memory and brain power.
Two new items today. First, I've published the Unix Systems Administrator Training Material. I'm not very happy with it in it's current form, but it's out there. (It needs some reformatting work.)
Here are two links to Java/OOP and Unix training material I'm getting online as fast as possible:
- Free "Java and Object-Oriented Programming" training material
- Free "Introduction to Unix" training material
By the time this is all published in the next two weeks, it should be nearly 1,000 pages of online training material. Woo-hoo!