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Spring 2008 "Free Software" classes

Mesa Community College is offering several "Free Software" classes starting in January. Please signup soon to make sure you get a seat and to make sure the classes aren't canceled due to lack of participation.

At the Business and Industry Institute I am now adjuct faculty scheduled to teach Linux Network Administration. The class is worth three 3 credits and runs from 18:00 to 21:55 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2007Jan14 through 2007Mar05.

CIS240DL
Linux Network Administration

Mondays and Wednesdays
18:00 to 21:55
2007Jan14 through 2007Mar05
section 8054

There are also an two intrductory courses, Linux Operating System. One is Mondays and Wednesdays from 18:00 to 21:55 from 2007Jan14 through 2007Mar05. The other is Saturday mornings from 08:00 to 11:40 from 2007Jan19 through 2007Mar03. Phillip Waclawski might be teaching the night class.

CIS126DL
Linux Operating System

Mondays and Wednesdays
18:00 to 21:55
2007Jan14 through 2007Mar05
section 7984

Saturdays
08:00 to 11:40
2007Jan19 through 2007Mar03
section 7988

Several students are also pushing for a shell scripting class starting in January, but nothing official on that thus far. If you'd also like to take the shell scripting class contact the Business and Industry Institute and ask the status
on the class.

Phillip has several classes on MCC's main campus by Fiesta Mall as well.

CIS126DL
Linux Operating System
Mondays and Wednesdays
17:20 to 19:00
section 7982

CIS226AL
Internet Server Linux [apache, mysql, smtp, ftp and other internet server setups
Wednesdays
19:10 to 21:50
section 8044

CIS133DA
Internet/Web Page Development
Mondays
19:10 to 21:50
section 7990

CIS233DA
Web Page Development II
Tuesdays
19:10 to 21:50
section 3458

CIS166AE
Webscripting with PHP/MySQL
Tuesdays and Thursdays
17:20 to 19:00
section 8018

CIS151
Computer Game Development-Level I (using python and Pygames, Alice etc)
Mondays and Wednesdays
15:00 to 16:45
section 3438

MCC also has UNIX classes, programming classes and computer forensics classes as well as being a Cisco Networking Academy.

There should also be GNU/Linux and other Free Software classes at SCC and SMCC as well. Maybe those instuctors will post schedules for their upcoming Free Software classes to the PLUG site.