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When one thinks of mastering a subject, some people believe that it is all about knowing everything there is to know about a given subject. In my opinion it's more then that, and less then that at the same time. The first key is interest or passion. Without these you will not be able to fully focus or devote the time needed to improve oneself, let alone master a particular subject. The... read more

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Lately I've been working with some really great clients. The people of Austin are generally friendly and warm and my clients have most definitely fit this description. Sometimes I am welcomed into their homes where I'm introduced to family members and pets and genuinely treated with respect and kindness. This is one of the great things about tutoring. The variety of people that I get to interact... read more

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This past month I was invited to participate in Aquent's "Summer of Learning" program for HTML5. It was not only informative but very thought-provoking. In this day and age with jobs so hard to come by for some people, and other's fighting tooth and nail (or so it seems) for a single position, I understand that many recruiting offices need to find ways to "train" or "rate"... read more

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Greetings! I am a new tutor and would like some advice on how to get students. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be very many students out there who want or need tutoring in my area but there are an abundance of students in other areas. I am proficient with online tutoring as I have done that several times before for free with other students at my school while in college. I am unsure how... read more

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Being my first WyzAnt post, I figured I'd just ponder on a fallacious belief new programmers generally have. But before that, allow me to introduce myself! My name is Jaffer, I am a student at APSU, a senior with a major in Computer Science and a minor in Mathematics. I chose to become a CS major because, well, I love video games and I've always wanted to make them. That is why I really got into... read more

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Have you checked out the new HTML5? The good news is that the same ddt is backwards compatible. The same ddt will read your XHTML and HTML codes and allow most of it. This allows you to combine new parts of your page in HTML5 with old parts of the page that you might not have time to update. It also allows you a free pass if you mistakenly code in the older XHTML for a bit. Another bit... read more

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HTML is the type of computer language that takes years to actually understand it. There is no way that someone can learn it overnight. You can pick it up very easily, however this is the type of subject that you are always learning new things. I have been using HTML for over 8 years now and I am still learning the ins and outs of it. You might look at the code and say “well that looks easy, it’s... read more

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Let's keep this simple. I consider what am I going to do with this new computer. For me, it is a combination of hobby computing, business needs, and personal computing. I am seriously considering an Apple this time. The Apple will fit my business needs with both software and the Microsoft offering I can be compatible with the office. The main reason I am considering an Apple is money and... read more

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Something that confuses me is whether a web designer should be an artist who codes or a programmer who designs. When I went back to college to study web design more seriously, I focused on learning the code side since I felt that art and design was a natural skill I had outside of school. I have taken art classes in junior high and high school, but I've been drawing all my life and even had painting... read more

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This is the first blog I have ever posted on the internet (I had a class where we had to blog about topics from the class but it was an internal blog so only the classmates were able to see it.) I guess the best way to go about it is simply introducing me to the world. I recently graduated from University of Missouri – St. Louis with a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies, emphasis on Technical... read more

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What is HTML? Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) as you already know is the language you will use to create Web pages. It is a simple, yet powerful language. It consists of TAGS that give instructions, or tell the browser where to place the text or graphic on the page. To view a page that you have created you will need a browser. The browser interprets and displays the HTML document that you... read more

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Obviously, if you are in a classroom setting, having a cell phone ringing in the middle of a lesson distracts the train of thought for both the instructor and the student. Critics who are against confiscating cell phones, iPods, and other electronics that many elementary and secondary students carry with them to school cite examples of using technology to enhance the process; however, the lack... read more

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Over the past year of tutoring I have come to the conclusion that students need to understand why they are doing things and not just taught how. The benefits of explaining the theory behind an action are that your student will be able to leap ahead because he or she understands at a root level rather than just being able to follow a recipe. When teaching web design, I have found that it... read more