The Google Android team responds to developer needs with new training courses for solving common app development quirks.
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Microsoft's Tom Rizzo has written a long post detailing that there is a tax on Google Apps because you need Postini, help desk support, Exchange to Google Apps Migrator and training.
SFWeekly is running a feature this week about how iPads may be a "quiet revolution" for the autistic community:Though scrolling through the icons is easy for most users, the device was not created with special-needs consumers in mind.So when Leo took it in his small hands as if it were an old friend, and, with almost no training, whizzed through its apps like a technology virtuoso, his mother gasped in amazement.
Having just made it through a successful rollout of Google Educational Apps, I was looking for interesting sites and easy training materials for teachers to ponder over the summer. Along comes @jkeltner on Twitter and points me towards two community-driven sites devoted to Google Apps, Education Edition.
The National Outsourcing Association has launched the UK's first academically accredited qualifications and training programmes that cover both the supply and use of outsourcing
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