The topic poll for this workshop is still open so there is still a chance to define what the topic is but as of now it looks like a four way tie so please vote and comment. The Workshop will take place in the IT lab from 10-11am.
Our Next Scheduled Workshop will take place Wednesday June 27 @ 10 AM . The there are a number of topics listed in the poll in the left sidebar of the blog but I really would like to hear from you. what do you want covered in the next workshop or future workshops? Let us know and we will make it happen.
I want to touch base with everyone and see if we should schedule a workshop this week or wait until next week and give you all a more time to work on your programs this week. Drop a comment and vote on what you would like for a workshop this week or if it should be pushed to next week.
Just confirming we will have a workshop tomorrow Wednesday June 6, @10am in the IT Lab. The topic as chosen on the blog poll will be Developing Your IT Toolkit. Also Please take a second and vote on the next topic we will cover in the IT Lab via the poll on this site.
Here is the continuation of “Must have Sites, Tools and Applications” as Promised. There is likely to be more of these and possibly a list of links in this blog as well so stay tuned
- Portableapps.com (a great site that hosts a number of commonly used applications in a portable form ***more about this during the next IT workshop***)
- Pendrivelinux.com ( this site has a number of tools we will be using to create bootable USB flash Drive as part of IT toolkit)
- Sypderoak (my preferred “secure” cloud storage solution)
- Ccleaner (and ccleaner enhancer are solid windows system optimization tools that can help you clear out the “stuff” that accumulates in windows systems over time)
- Defragler ( a very good tool for defragmenting hard drives)
- Recuva (a Simple tool to do powerful file recovery and ” un-delets” of files in windows)
- Eraser (a Windows based tool that allows you to shred data an make it very difficult to recover…***p.s. linux can do this naively from the CLI hence the lack of specific Linux tools )
The whole point of this blog is to foster conversation and provide information that you can use now, so Comment on anything you beneficial. There will be a part 2 to this post as some point but I wanted everyone to have starting point when using this blog.