• HTML5 (September 24-October 17 2013)

    For Mobile Websites and Devices
    HTML5 (September 24-October 17 2013)

    About

    Learn all the features of HTML5, the new web standard for mobile web sites and devices (iPhone, iPad, Android), including a rich set of multimedia options: audio, video, and 2D drawing. All modern browsers on desktops and mobile devices support HTML5. By 2014, there will be more phones browsing the Internet than computers! Will you be building web sites or apps for them?

    Trainers

    Parking

    • Free Parking! Please park in the B13 area. To view a map of the parking log, please click HERE

    Course Objectives

    • Understand what makes a mobile site different than a regular web site
    • Programming tools to implement a mobile web site
    • New HTML5 tags (syntax, usage, and categories)
    • Mobile device browser navigation and page rendering
    • Mobile devices Geolocation and Camera use

    Course Information

    • 8-hands on training sessions (16 hours total). $350 after 9/11/2013
      $ 300
    • Courses will be held on the following days: Sept 24, Oct 1, Oct 3, Oct 8, Oct 10, Oct 15, Oct 17
    • Click HERE for Course Outline
    • Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC)-Annandale Campus

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    • Adrian Mikeliunas

      Adrian Mikeliunas

      25 + years of experience as an internationally acclaimed speaker, computer consultant, and an expert trainer

      Adrian Mikeliunas is an internationally acclaimed speaker, computer consultant, and an expert trainer. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and a Certified Linux Professional and Instructor (CLP). For the past 25 years, Adrian’s broad computer systems experience includes serving as a project leader, security engineer, systems analyst, database designer, programmer, and a technical instructor. He has extensive experience with personal computers, mainframes, LANs and WANs. He currently works for AT&T services in network security. He shares his knowledge through the classes he teaches, including: Android, Linux, and Mobile Web sites.

      Skills

      • HTML 5 for Mobile Websites and Devices
      • CISSP
      • CISA
      • CLP

      Achievements

      • George Mason University Professor
      • Adult & Community Education (ACE) Program-Fairfax County, VA
  • Mac User Instructions for Beginners (Free Course)

    Mac User Instructions for Beginners (Free Course)

    Coming Soon!

    Regis Gottus will help those interested in moving from a PC world to a Mac world.

    More information coming soon.

    • Regis Gottus

      Regis Gottus

      In his free time over the last 25 years, he has spent most of his time tutoring college and high school students on math and programming languages.

      Regis Gottus is a local to the DC Metro area. He graduated from George Mason University and has a long career as a contractor for the federal government. During his career, he was a senior programmer and has knowledge in many different programming languages. In his free time over the last 25 years, he has spent most of his time tutoring college and high school students on math and programming languages.

      Skills

      • Assembly Programmer
      • C++ Programmer
      • Java Programmer
      • Perl Programmer
      • Obj C Programmer
      • Visual Basic Programmer
      • Algebra Trainer
      • Precalculus Trainer
      • Calculus Trainer
      • Statistics Trainer
      • Logic Trainer
      • Diff. Eq. Trainer
      • Linear Trainer

      Achievements

      • George Mason University Graduate in Mathematics
  • Xcode for Beginners

    Xcode for Beginners

    Teacher Regis Gottus will show you how to start your next xcode project.

    More information is coming soon.

    • Regis Gottus

      Regis Gottus

      In his free time over the last 25 years, he has spent most of his time tutoring college and high school students on math and programming languages.

      Regis Gottus is a local to the DC Metro area. He graduated from George Mason University and has a long career as a contractor for the federal government. During his career, he was a senior programmer and has knowledge in many different programming languages. In his free time over the last 25 years, he has spent most of his time tutoring college and high school students on math and programming languages.

      Skills

      • Assembly Programmer
      • C++ Programmer
      • Java Programmer
      • Perl Programmer
      • Obj C Programmer
      • Visual Basic Programmer
      • Algebra Trainer
      • Precalculus Trainer
      • Calculus Trainer
      • Statistics Trainer
      • Logic Trainer
      • Diff. Eq. Trainer
      • Linear Trainer

      Achievements

      • George Mason University Graduate in Mathematics
  • Intro to Human-Computer Interaction

    This course will cover the principals of human-computer interaction: including information processing design, cognitive models, ergonomics, and design metaphors. Students will learn to evaluate interface design in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, and cost.

    We are working on getting this course for our students. Please stay tuned.

    • Bill Killam, MA CHFP

      Bill Killam, MA CHFP

      Mo information coming soon on Bill

      Mo information coming soon on Bill

      Skills

      Archievements

      • Professor at George Mason University