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PHP 4 page DB system
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Perl vs. PHP
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FREE Computer Classes in San Diego


The classes listed below are offered free of charge to students by the Centers for Education and Technology, a division of the San Diego Community College District. Registration takes place in class on the first day. You should keep in mind the following:
  • A full list of short-term courses offered by the Continuing Education division of The San Diego Community College District at this campus may be found at the following link: (http://www.sandiegocet.net/bit/north-cc/).
  • Short term classes normally meet one day a week in the morning (7:30-12:30), afternoon (1:00-5:00), evening (5:30-9:30) classes. There are no homework assignments, no tests, and no textbooks to buy.
  • The classes are offered first-come first-served for the first day of class. Once you are registered, you will remain registered for the remaining sessions of a class. However, seating for each remaining class will be first-come first-choice with exceptions made for people with disabilities who make arrangements with the school.
  • Room 130 has a limit imposed by the Fire Marshal of 43 persons including the instructor.
  • There are 28 computers in room 130.
  • For popular classes it is a good idea to arrive 30 minutes before the start time for the first class and mark your place in line with a book or folder.
  • The classes must have a minimum of about 25 students on the first day in order to continue for their full scheduled length. If attendance falls below that number, the class may be closed early (after 1 hour if fewer than 10 or 1 day if fewer than 20 or at the discretion of the dean). Closed classes are marked with a red strikethrough on the schedule below.
  • The registration forms ask for an address. This must be a street address (not a PO Box) and it should be reasonably local (ie Riverside and Orange County addresses are ok but Virginia is a little tough to believe--supply your local address).
  • The personal information requested during registration remains private. It is used to help us apply for money from different funding sources.

Employers: Are you looking for quality training for your staff? The Centers for Education and Technology invite you to have your employees attend our classes. In some cases private classes can be arranged with customized content. Please visit http://www.ncc.sdccd.net/business.html for details.

FREE Computer Classes in San Diego

Please Note
New classes marked in green
Cancelled classes marked in red

Summer 2006 Courses

I will not be teaching any courses in the Summer semester

Spring 2006 Courses
Free Computer Classes from the Continuing Ed division of the SD Community College District.
Offered at 8401 Aero Dr, San Diego, CA 92123 (near Montgomery Field).

PHP AND MYSQL - BEGINNING              (3996A)  02/15-03/08  4xW   5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130
LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM - INTRODUCTION  (3013J)  02/25-03/11  3xSa  8:00 AM-12:00 PM  NCC 130
LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM - INTRODUCTION  (3014A)  03/15-03/29  3xW   5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 117
LINUX FOR THE DESKTOP & SMALL BUSINESS (3012H)  04/05-04/26  3xW   5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 117
PHP AND MYSQL - BEGINNING              (4125A)  04/22-05/13  4xSa  8:00 AM-12:00 PM  NCC 130
GOOGLE MAPS APPLICATIONS               (3818B)  05/03-05/17  3xW   5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130
LINUX WEB SERVER SECURITY              (3015C)  05/31-06/07  2xW   5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 117
LINUX: APACHE                          (4154F)  06/03-06/10  2xSa  8:00 AM-12:00 PM  NCC 140

For location and other free computer classes please see:
http://www.sdce.edu/classes/spring/bit-north-cc/c10.php?order=Instructor


 No preregistration, no textbooks, no homework, no test, no grade -- just good information.
    Don't keep these classes the best kept secret in San Diego -- tell a friend.

Fall 2005 Courses

Summer 2005 Courses
PHP & MySQL Beginning                           06/22-07/06  3x W  5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130
PHP & MySQL Intermediate                        07/13-07/27  3x W  5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130
Linux OS-Introduction                           06/25-07/09  3x Sa 8:00 AM-12:00 PM  NCC 130
Linux & Apache                                  08/03-08/17  3x We 5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130
Linux System Administration                     08/04-08/18  3x Th 5:30 PM- 9:30 PM  NCC 130



This site contains files and links to support the free courses taught by James D. Keeline at the New Media Center / North City Center through the San Diego Community College District's Centers For Education and Technology.   A list of courses available at the center may be consulted.

The site will be updated throughout the semester both with new content and as a way to try out technologies used in several of the classes. This file modified 14-Jan-2007.