Facebook’s Coding Assignments For College Credit


techcrunch-559816_214958658673335_1255225376_nFacebook is now offering courses in software engineering
‘A perfect GPA isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? Advancing an open source project. To help computer science students prepare for jobs (and boost its own recruiting efforts) Facebook today publicly launched Open Academy. The partnership with premier CS universities sets up a special class where students get college credit for contributing to open source projects…’
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Your Own Secure Cloud Storage
‘Seafile have created a completely open-source private cloud-sharing system designed for use by groups collaborating on projects. It’s absolutely ideal for small business purposes, as you have the flexibility of group sharing and multiple projects, without necessarily using a public server like you do with the big cloud storage companies. And as you will soon see, they are really flexible…’
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How to Keep your Google Contacts Up-to-date
Your Contacts Can Update your Google Address Book
‘It works something like this. Your selected contacts are sent a simple web form via your Gmail account. They can fill-in the missing contact information, press the Submit button and all that data is directly added to your Google Contacts. Simple.

Also see: Export Email Address of your Facebook Friends

To get started…’

I had fun creating my own SecretInk
SecretInk is a platform for sending secure messages that self-destruct immediately after being read. You can send passwords, account information or just plain fun messages and rest assured that no 3rd parties will read them.
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