CTG - Resources

Overview
  [Supercomputing]
  [Project Development]
  [Project Design]

Login Procedure
  [ssh (Putty) ]
  [Tutorial]

Unix
  [Basic Commands]
  [Utilities]
  [Pico]
  [Cygwin]

C++
  [Background]
  [Tutorial]
  [Advanced Syntax]

Java
  [Background]
  [Tutorial - Unix]
  [Tutorial - PC]
  [Advanced Syntax]

Graphics
  [gnuplot]
  [Tutorial]

Extras
  [Cygwin-X11]
  [E-mail]
  [ftp]
  [HTML]
  [Resources]

Supercomputing Challenge
  [Home Page]
  [Technical Guide]

Web Resources

Challenge Technical Guide
(http://www.challenge.nm.org/ctg/) - This site is designed to give the Supercomputing Challenge participant some basic technical skills necessary to begin their project.

General Presentation Tips and Suggestions
(http://set.lanl.gov/programs/cif/Resource/Presentation/PresTips.htm) - A comprehensive outline of topics including general tips for preparing oral presentations, preparing a view graph presentation and preparing a poster session.

Webmonkey - Authoring HTML Basics
(http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/authoring/html_basics/index.html) - This site has good guides to all aspects of HTML, including an introduction to HTML and a good cheat sheet of all the basic tags, what they are and what they do, in one easy-to-bookmark place.

W3schools.com (http://www.w3schools.com/default.asp) - Completely Free Web Building Tutorials !! Inside W3Schools you will find a large number of free Web building tutorials, from basic HTML and XHTML tutorials, to advanced XML, XSL and WAP tutorials.

Inspiration Software (http://www.inspiration.com/) - This software is user friendly and allows the developer to graphically depict the organization of the site, as well as provide a map to follow during construction.

Jeffrey Zeldman’s Web Site (http://www.zeldman.com) - Principal, Happy Cog Studios, a Web design and consultancy; author, Taking Your Talent to the Web; group leader, The Web Standards Project; creative director, A List Apart, a magazine for people who make Web sites. His site is filled with tips and articles that can be useful for all Web designers, especially “A List Apart”.

Lynda.com (http://www.lynda.com/) - A great site to learn about Web design basics as well further training. This site has information on Web design, downloads, links to other sites, Web color and other resources.

Anthony's Icon Library (http://www.sct.gu.edu.au/~anthony/icons/) - free icons for use on your Web pages.

The Background Sampler (http://www.netscape.com/assist/net_sites/bg/backgrounds.html) - free backgrounds for Web pages

Books

Flanders, Vincent & Michael Wills, Web Pages That Suck, ISBN 0-7821-2187-X, www.webpagesthatsuck.com

Graham, Ian S. (1997). HTML 4.0 Sourcebook, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, ISBN # 0-471-25724-9.

Gralla, Preston (1996). How the Internet Works, Ziff Davis Publishing, Emeryville, California, ISBN # 1-562-76404-7.

Greenspun, Philip, Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing, ISBN 1-55860-534-7

Meyer, Eric A. (2000). Cascading Style Sheets, O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., Sebastopol, California, ISBN # 1-56592-622-6.

Nielsen, Jakob, Usability Engineering, ISBN 0-12-518406-9

Schengili-Roberts, Keith (1996). The Advanced HTML Companion, San Diego, California, ISBN # 0-12-623540-6.

Spool, Jared M., Tara Scanlon, Will Schroeder, Carolyn Snyder, Terri DeAngelo, Web Site Usability - A Designer's Guide, ISBN 1-55860-569-X

Williams, Robin & John Tollett, The Non-Designer's Web Book, ISBN # 0-201-68859-X


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