Free Computer Classes for TEens (JAVA,ORACLE,Linux)

Discussion in 'Programming' started by Compiler, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Compiler

    Compiler Active Member
    Adept

    Well i can see lot of career related questions are posted here So i thought i could contribute something for youth.

    with more than 5 years of Experience in above subjects I have decided to take classes.

    Way of teaching : Online

    Subjects:

    Linux

    Oracle

    Java

    Time :

    Sat-Sun (Mor 10-12 Even 6-10)

    Location :

    Andheri (E)

    Virtually anywhere (by means of online coaching).

    With lot of students querying me over "Why the hell you are giving it for free....?"

    Well, i think i should clarify on the point ...

    Nothing beats the satisfaction of sharing your knowledge. I think i m at a stage where my jobs pays me well and i should spend some of my time just for knowledge sharing.

    The free nature of class has its own pros and cons .After getting lot of feedback from my students, i was forced to do some changes to the format.

    "Its Free for those who really need it"

    I think above sentence makes much sense now as i can give more facilities to the student now.

    For detailed enquiry and timing.

    P.M me or

    mail me(Preferred) @ pngpng851@gmail.com for admission.

    Currently running Linux and SQL batches ...

    Source of inspiration:

    http://www.khanacademy.org/

    Linux Syllabus:

    http://learnlinuxwit...inux%20Syllabus
     
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  2. kidpikoon

    kidpikoon Active Member
    Adept

    You are a kind hearted man!!!
     
  3. Charun

    Charun Well-Known Member
    Adept

    very very nice initiative by you
     
  4. sri_k

    sri_k Active Member
    Adept

    i agree...
     
  5. Spacescreamer

    Spacescreamer Well-Known Member
    Section Mod

    Well Done ..

    I hope more and more people try to serve the society.

    Nice effort.
     
  6. rockinruler

    rockinruler Active Member
    Disciple

    Awesome job!
     
  7. Neo-N

    Neo-N Well-Known Member
    Veteran

    Great job pinga123.....

    U r taking India a step forward......



    Hearty Thanx to you.....

    BTW, can I join u classes..... I am just twentyoneteen.....

    :p
     
  8. booo

    booo BA BA BA BABANANA
    Veteran

    Great initiative. :)
     
  9. gauz88

    gauz88 Active Member
    Disciple

    He offered to teach me Photoshop and corel a while back, sadly i couldn't go for it because the place was far from where i live.

    All the best buddy, you are doing a great job!
     
  10. sudan_rulz

    sudan_rulz Well-Known Member
    Adept

    Great Initiative bro:)

    U got mail & PM too:p
     
  11. OP
    OP
    Compiler

    Compiler Active Member
    Adept

    @nehaladsul :Age no bar as long as you are willing to learn.

    You are welcome.
     
  12. Neo-N

    Neo-N Well-Known Member
    Veteran

    Thanx.... Actually, I misinterpreted TEens as TEENS i.e. people above 12 & below 20......!!! :p

    I'll be under ur teachings as soon as my term ends in November.....

    :)
     
  13. FaH33m

    FaH33m Analog Vibes
    Veteran

    Even I would like to learn from someone like you .There a huge difference someone really wants to teach and someone is just teaching for the heck of it .With people like you ,I am sure it will be a really fun and nice way to learn . Not sure about JAVA etc as I am not into programming but would love to learn Photoshop in depth .
     
  14. tommy_vercetti

    tommy_vercetti Well-Known Member
    Adept

    Where are you located ?
     
  15. OP
    OP
    Compiler

    Compiler Active Member
    Adept

    Photoshop is a part of my hobby .I can teach you photoshop .
     
  16. krishnandu

    krishnandu Well-Known Member
    Veteran

    Great job buddy...!!

    One suggestion : Conduct the classes over internet. You can use service such as dimdim to achieve that. So we(who live far away from your place) can also attend the classes.

    I'm interested in Java and Linux. :)
     
  17. intacto

    intacto Active Member
    Adept

    nice initiative man....am interested wer r u located??

    sent u a mail
     
  18. OP
    OP
    Compiler

    Compiler Active Member
    Adept

    Nice suggestion but considering low internet bandwidth in my area i won't be able to do this .
     
  19. haraakiri

    haraakiri Active Member
    Adept

    Actually you could use skype for voice and sometimes sharedview for sharing screen. skype doesn't use much of bandwidth, I could use it even when speed is ~256kbps. And teaching through internet is a great idea!
     
  20. Emperor

    Emperor Well-Known Member
    Adept

    What station do you live in Mumbai or what is nearest station (central/western) to you? How far from Railway Station or Bus Stand?
     

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