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There was organization of numerous events in the fest covering all the fields from advanced coding to simple logic, algorithm design to computer fundamentals. Some illustrative of these were 'Coding Maestros' to join the battle of codes, 'Reign of Errors' to smash the bug, 'Project-o-Holic' for talk of technology and better place to witness it, 'Guest Lectures' on exotic topics and informative insights, 'Query Fury' to quench mind-boggling query, 'Mind Vision' to draw what you like, 'Tech Adventure' for treasure hunt with a difference, 'Fanatic Brains' to animate the world around you, 'Algo-Rhythm Tailor' to build challenging algorithms, 'Game-O-Sphere' for everything from Formula-1 cars to extreme shooting, 'Computer Fundas' about computer basics and such like many more.
Age of Computers, AoC, (Natvig & Line, 2004) is a browser-based game, inspired by Age of Empires II and Age of Kings, created for students in a computer fundamentals course.
Common Business Oriented Language, one of the most well-known of computer fundamentals.
Following an introduction to the subject, chapters address input devices such as sensors and transducers; hydraulic actuation systems; electrical actuation; mechanical, electrical, and thermal system models; elements of machine tools; signal conditioning; and the computer fundamentals of microprocessors and microcontrollers.
Forty Five teachers of federal government schools of ICT will be trained in pedagogical skills, educational objectives, quality in education, classroom behaviour, analysis techniques and computer fundamentals. Addressing the participants, Muhammad Ismail, Deputy Education Advisor, Training Wing, Ministry of Education stressed the need and importance of teacher training and advised the participants to be committed to their professional development.
Classes will include computer fundamentals, Excel, GED preparation, customer service and career building.
In recent months, numerous news features and magazine articles have zeroed in on one elementary or high school classroom that is learning a few computer fundamentals, and--eureka!--we're told that the high-tech education of the future is in practice today.
Certiport has turned its expertise to the development of a new certification program launched this year, called [IC.sup.3], which measures three areas of digital literacy -- computer fundamentals, key applications and Internet skills.

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