Friday, December 14, 2012

A free collge of journalism online

 If you are a student of Journalism, your must interact with the website of BBC Academy: College of Journalism. A website focusing on best practice in core editorial skills, and offering an overview of specialist areas as well as legal and ethical issues. Every person who relate to journalism must visit this website for editorial guidelines other related stuff about journalism.
The College of Journalism, part of the BBC Academy, oversees training for the BBC’s entire editorial staff.
This website focuses on best practice in core editorial skills, and offers an overview of specialist areas as well as legal and ethical issues.
It is a site about BBC journalism for BBC journalists, but is available to everyone for free.
It has resources about:
  • Principles of good writing
  • Presenting breaking news
  • Using social media to get to know your patch
  • And much much more on journalism
It is also available in following languages other than English:-
  • Arabic
  • Hausa
  • Persian
  • Russian
  • Simple Chinese
  • Traditional Chinese
  • Urdu

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

How to learn C++ free (DIY)

C++ was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs. It is a general purpose programming language. C++ is one of the most popular programming languages and is implemented on a wide variety of hardware and operating system platforms.
If you want to learn C++, you must have:
  1. Computer P-IV or above
  2. RAM 1GB or above
  3. HDD 10 GB free or above
  4. Chrome Browser
  5. Bit-torrent installed
After that download the book "C++ for everyone" from here (Torrent Link).
And download C++ compiler from here (Free CNET downloads).

And get started learning C++ and follow us on Twitter, facebook, Google+ & Pring.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Free and Open University Courses

The Virtual University of Pakistan has always been committed to education for all and has, from its very inception, pursued an open policy regarding its content. The course material has been made freely available through broadcast television, DVDs and YouTube and is extensively used by students and faculty members alike from other universities, both formally and informally.