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September 14 & 19 2017

Working in a network-centric world

(or "Why doesn't anybody ever teach these things?")



REFERENCES

ASSIGNED READING FOR NEXT WEEK

BioLegato Overview [http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~psgendb/tutorials/bioLegato/overview/overview.html]


Learning checklist

A. Learn how to use a small core of Unix commands.

B. Making a Web site: HTML

1. Understand the basics of how Web browsers render text and graphics specified by HTML tags.
2. Know how to edit a simple web page using the Mozilla SeaMonkey Composer.

C. Tutorial: Creating your web site

D. Creating and editing web content

Learn some simple principles for web page design:
1. Visual organization

2. Capturing and creating graphics.
3. Text and images must be readable by people in the back of the room
4. Keeping text with graphics
5. Relative links versus absolute links
6. Organize your web files in a hierarchical directory tree

E. Remote connection to your Unix account

Know how to securely connect to your Unix account:
1. In a command line session using ssh
2. In a remote desktop connection using VNC
3. Understand the difference between http and https.

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