|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Free Software Institution: New 2 Week Daytime program
The Fre Software Institute is holding a 2 week intennsive GNU/Linux
education program from Monday May 5th to May 15th, 2003.
This program will be from 10 AM to 6PM, Monday through Thursday.
The program is all hands on.
It is actually 4 classes, GNU/Linux 1, Unix 1, Programming Intro with
Perl, Jump Start Linux Program - Daytime Studies 4 classes $1000 Take all
of NYLXS's most popular classes packed into two short weeks. This is
a wonderful opportunity for advanced Windows users to become familliar
with the fundamentals of Free Software. This is your opportunity to
jumpstart your freesoftware knowledge. Get the knowledge you need to
free yourself from the confines of restrictive proprietary software.
Having all the classes taught simultaneously with all the instructors
present through out the program will provide a level of cross pollination
which has not been possible previously.
* Gnu/Linux 1 (manual system installation, kernel complilation)
* Unix 1 (command line interface, the Unix way)
* Fundamentals of Programming Using Free Software(Perl 1)
* Basic Database Progamming, Object Oriented Techniques and
Elements of the Apache Interface(Perl 2)
will be taught simultaneously at NYLXS's new Educational Facility
in the Kingshighway area of Brooklyn.
NYLXS believes in empowerment through knowledge, and makes a
large selection of classes available to the public in an effort
to make Free Software more accessible to everyone. While making
inexpensive classes available to all, NYLXS offers programs by
the best GNU/Linux Instructors in town, who give their time and
energy for the public benefit. From desktop usage to advanced
networking administration, The Free Software Institute carefully
lays out the path for a bright future in Free Software usage
and development. It's our greatest hope that those who learn
to use Free Software through our series of programs will soon
enter the world, and the workplace, as the greatest ambassadors
for Free Software by demonstrating the empowerment it brings to
individuals and businesses.
NYLXS: New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
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