[ddj] FREE online course "Introduction to Databases" from Stanford University School of Engineering

Peralta Ramos Momi (Gerente de Desarrollo Multimedia) APERALTA at LANACION.COM.AR
Tue Sep 20 13:09:15 UTC 2011

I´m very interested in joining the study group, but I´m not a programmer and I don´t code. As we are organizing a Dataj area in LA NACION, I´m interested in understanding database tools, trends and content development opportunities.

Angelica Peralta Ramos
Multimedia Development Manager
Buenos Aires, Argentina

De: data-driven-journalism-bounces at lists.okfn.org [mailto:data-driven-journalism-bounces at lists.okfn.org] En nombre de Liliana Bounegru
Enviado el: Martes, 20 de Septiembre de 2011 06:04
Para: data-driven-journalism at lists.okfn.org
CC: Nicola Hughes
Asunto: [ddj] FREE online course "Introduction to Databases" from Stanford University School of Engineering

Dear all,

The Stanford University School of Engineering offers a free online course "Introduction to Databases" from October 10 through December 12. The instructor will be available for online discussions. The course does not assume prior knowledge of any specific topics, however a reasonable amount of programming, as well as knowledge of basic computer science theory will make the material more accessible.

To sign up for the course and get more information check this page<http://db-class.org/>.

Nicola Hughes of ScraperWiki (in cc) is interested in creating a study group for this course. If anyone is interested to join her please reply to this email.



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