Summer Term and the Learning Is Easy
DCRT's computer training program offers NIH employees more than 60 computer-related courses and seminars in July and August.
The emphasis this summer is on networks and the Internet, and classes range from basic LAN and Netscape to more advanced topics such as "DHCP, WINS and DFS Under Windows NT Server," and "Advanced Features of HTML." The Java and C++ multi-session courses may be of particular interest to programmers with C language experience.
"Introduction to the Helix Systems," will demonstrate the use of email, access to network services, and scientific applications. Other offerings include "Computer Security for Unix Administrators and Users," "Fundamentals of Unix," and "C Language Fundamentals."
Since developing and acquiring information from large databases is a major function of computing at NIH, DCRT is offering 13 classes covering general concepts and advanced topics in: Relational Database Design; Using SQL to Retrieve DB2 and Oracle Data; Oracle PL/SQL for Application Developers; and NIH Data Warehouse: Property Management.
Note that the Molecular Modeling Interest Group lecture, "Docking and High Throughput Drug Discovery," has been rescheduled for Aug. 12 at 10:30 a.m. in Lipsett Amphitheater, Bldg. 10.
DCRT training is free and available to all NIH employees and registered users of DCRT systems. To receive a catalog or register, call 4-DCRT (4-3278), send email to 4DCRT@nih.gov, visit http://www.dcrt.nih.gov/, or drop by the DCRT help desk in Bldg. 12A, Rm. 1011.
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