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sql A Beginner’s Guide to Becoming One with SQL

If you don’t know what SQL is, it stands for Structured Query Language. It is a programming language that allows for the access of manipulation of databases and their various tables. This language follows a strict set of standards created by ANSI (American National Standards Institute). This means that regardless of what version is used on a server, there will be certain aspects that must be uniform throughout every sort of implementation.

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600x210 Show Off Your Photoshop Mastery with this Awesome Engraving Tutorial

600x210

Today’s Photoshop tutorial is going to be an engraving effect on solid steel. The effect is inspired from the movie poster of the action sci-fi …

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Beautiful flying people are invading some corn fields in Lacoste land

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windowsvlinux Operating System SAGA: Linux vs. Windows

I remember when I first installed Ubuntu Linux on my computer. It was the then-latest version 7.04, which means it was somewhere around 2007 — that’s how they name Ubuntu. 7 means it was released in 2007, and 04 means it was April.

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Wireless Security Top 10 MUSTS for Tomorrow’s Wireless Security

Wireless security has become more important than ever. While there used to be few people who used wireless routers or wireless Internet access, the amount of wireless Internet access has climbed exponentially recently. Ensuring that routers are secured and that hackers/crackers cannot access your connection can protect you from having your personal security compromised and being accused of crimes.

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Find a job in IT 21 Job Sites that Actually Help You Find a Job in IT

Benjamin Franklin once wrote "…in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." As you probably know to make it easier to pay one and achieve the other you need to have a job. Now I know as well as anyone the trials and tribulations you go through trying to find work. Job hunting will never be fun but the sites below make it much less of a hassle.

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Become a CSS Master 60 Awesome Tutorials, Tricks, and Tools that will Make You a CSS Master

Become a CSS Master

If you follow web design/development at all you will know that CSS3 (and HTML5) are talked about more than healthcare reform in Washington DC. Some …

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troubleshooting 5 Questions to Ask to Diagnose any Computer Problem

In this article, we list five questions that you should ask when trying to troubleshoot a computer issue – as with everything else, seeking an expert advice is definitely the best course of action, but at times, the problem can be solved in a matter of seconds just by applying some common sense and performing a few simple operations. As a word of caution, unless you are properly trained and qualified computer technician, we would advise you not to open your computer case at all. My brother did this and didn’t know what was what and now calls his computer "Shocky".

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  • ashton drake I have been working in the IT industry for 13 years now. Those are definately 5 key questions to ask. I would also add "When did the problem start, is it specific to my OS, etc. But those are definately good starting points...