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UNIX: An Introduction

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 with Derrick Walters






short description:
This course introduces the basic concepts of UNIX-style operating systems. Upon completion of the course students will be able to logon to a UNIX system and navigate a UNIX file structure.
 
long description:
This course introduces basic concepts of UNIX-style operating systems. Topics include file management, user administration, directory structure, processes, and basic system architecture. Upon completion of this course students should be able to logon to a UNIX-style system, navigate a file structure, edit files, and control processes.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
10
 
availability:
In an online format, I will be online Monday - Friday between the hours of 10PM - 11:30 to respond to post, questions, or comments.
 
fee comments:
The fee is $100/person
 
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UNIX: An Introduction

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This course introduces the basic concepts of UNIX-style operating systems. Upon completion of the course students will be able to logon to a UNIX system and navigate a UNIX file structure.


35h 0m




total duration: 35h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: In the past, I have allocated 6 weeks for this class. However, If a student spends three-to-four hours each night, Mon. - Fri, I believe he/she can learn the basic concepts in two weeks; total hours will be somewhere between 30 - 40 hrs.
 

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start: (GMT) 19 October 2002 05:30 internet time: @271 | view full details |
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duration: 35h 0m
fee: 100US$  (1000lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: self-paced

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United States


Derrick Walters



description of :
A person (Teacher) committed to disseminating information that will enrich and enhance students both personally and professionally.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
I have an undergraduate degree in Electrical engineering, completed professional UNIX training with Sun Microsystems in 1995, and I have 7 years of professional UNIX experience. As an engineer I maintained a UNIX-based process control system. I currently teach UNIX online and in-class at Westwood College of Technology. I recently completed an MBA (June 2001). During my graduate studies, I took several online courses. Therefore, I understand the mechanics and methodology needed to both learn and teach online.
 
's preferred teaching style:
From a personal and humanistic standpoint, I believe in teaching people the way I want to be taught. In addition, I believe in repetitious exercises, labs, and projects to reinforce subject matter; in this case UNIX.
 



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