By Chris Mills 11th October 2012: Material moved to webplatform.org The Opera web standards curriculum has now been moved to the docs section of the W3C webplatform.org site . Go there to find updated versions of these docs, and much more besides!
Well, after a long time with nothing happening, I've finally got back to doing some work on Tete. It was kicked off by the creation of the Open JDK project, in particular, Gervill which is now the detault synthesizer. Gervill is an open source, pure Java implementation of the Java Sound API and includes a synthisizer which can use SoundFont2, Downloadable Sounds, and plain audio files for is synthesis. It removes the need to download the MIDI soundbank files from Sun. Hurrah!
Welcome to LenMus! It is a free open software project, committed to the principles of open source software, free education, and open access to information. It has no commercial purpose. It aims at developing publicly available knowledge, methods and algorithms related to teaching music, and music representation and management with computers and, at the same time, to provide free quality software for music students, amateurs, and teachers. I started LenMus when I was studying music theory, as a help to practice sight reading and aural training. Since then I've been working on this.
So you have heard of all the advantages and geeky babble about how Linux is better and you have finally decided to try it? Just one thing, you don’t know an awful lot about Linux to get you started. How about some free downloadable ebooks to teach yourself Linux, that you can download today?
195 Free Mac Video Tutorials – The Master List for New Mac Users :: My First Mac - Help Buying and Getting Started with Your New MacQuick Scan This list is a master list of all the free screencasts that cover Mac basics. Many of the links screencasts are free samples from companies that offer much more for a fee. Categories: Getting Help
Fabio Akita is a Brazilian Rails enthusiast, also known online as “AkitaOnRails”. He regularly write posts on his own blog and had published the very first book tailored for the Brazilian audience called “Repensando a Web com Rails”. He is now a full-time Ruby on Rails developer working as Brazil Rails Practice Manager for the Utah company Surgeworks LLC. Paresh Mathur aka “Rick”, is a 16 year young participant – ceek (cool geek) – at the ‘ Free Online Ruby Programming Course ‘. ‘Rick’ is a student in XII grade at the Kendriya Vidyalaya Cantonment School in Ahmedabad, India.