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  1. I am preparing a jQuery course for the January session. The course will use Rebecca Murphy's open source ebook "jQuery Fundamentals" and using collaborative tools such as jsfiddler for demos and code sharing, weekly video lessons, and some type of live podcasting tool such as TalkShoe (participate via dial in or client software). Rather than extensively covering every aspect of the jQuery API and plugins, the course will have a emphasis on learning jQuery in a participatory environment using tools such as jsfiddler, firebug to aid the learning process.

    260 votes
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  2. A simple course teaching the use of programming language Ruby and moving on to building a basic application using the Ruby on Rails framework.

    225 votes
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  3. A simple course teaching the use of PHP programming language and moving on to building a basic application combining it with MySQL.

    206 votes
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  4. A course teaching the use of HTML 5 and CSS 3 to build modern web applications.

    200 votes
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  5. A beginners guide to javascript

    165 votes
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  6. A course for developing server Web applications in Python~~

    164 votes
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  7. Using the high-performance PHP framework for developing Web 2.0 applications.

    148 votes
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  8. Do you still think statistics are difficult and boring? Do you like to understand stats results and graphs? Learn how to run and understand statistics without effort with the open source package GNU R

    126 votes
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  9. 125 votes
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  10. Ethical Hacking, Computer Security and 1337 programming skillz, the so called white hackers, low level programming, sniffers, buffer overflow, cryptography,DoS, linux security, etc.

    118 votes
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  11. Re-run of the course run in September - learning about the basic setup of a website, including HTML5, CSS and all the goodies.

    110 votes
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  12. How to optimize the code to gain speed, general site performance, improve search engine access, etc...

    103 votes
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  13. Twitter, StatusNet, Facebook. What can we learn from social media info?

    101 votes
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  14. For folks who have limited/no background in creating websites (except, perhaps, some exposure to blogging, etc.), this course would lead us through the core basics of HTML/CSS, and applying that knowledge to creating a WordPress template.

    95 votes
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  15. 90 votes
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  16. The basic concepts of electronics, elements of design, and discussion of skills required for fabrication. Could take the form of a physical project, computer simulation, or diagramming/physics lessons.

    79 votes
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  17. Similar to a traditional research methodologies course, but with an emphasis on conducting research openly. Would cover open and online tools, data preservation, open notesbook science, current thinking and debates around open research, (open) peer review, authorship and licensing, funding opportunities, as well as covering methodologies and providing a community to support participants in fleshing out ideas into well formed research questions.

    76 votes
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  18. C language is one of the most used programming languages.

    A course for total beginners to programming (no programming knowledge at all) to understand the basics of programming, structures, how to read code, etc.

    73 votes
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  19. As an alternative to developing apps and having to learn programming, this course is on how to create great websites specifically for handheld devices using html5

    71 votes
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  20. 3d & html5 for graphic designers & web designers. 3d Development on a web ambient. 3d Web management through html5 and css3 codes.

    70 votes
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