Free Tech Webinars

June 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Freebies, Links and Resources

Here’s a list of FREE upcoming Tech Webinars that you may be interested in signing up for:

  • Combining Photos and Vectors in Photoshop
    Thursday, July 8, 2010 at 10 PT
    Audience: Designers
    Learn how to easily combine illustrations with photography in this super creative session. Glean the secret to importing vectors into your document so you can experiment with them as backgrounds, artful embellishments, ornamental photo frames, and more — all without losing an ounce of quality. You’ll also learn how to use Photoshop’s vector Shape tools to create resizable and featherable masks in no time flat!
  • Five Ways the iPad Can Entertain You
    Friday, July 9, 2010 at 10 PT
    Audience: iPad owners or potential iPad owners
    In this live, one-hour webcast, bestselling author J.D. Biersdorfer will guide us through the most entertaining apps on the iPad.
  • 5 jQuery mistakes you’re probably making in your project
    Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 10 PT
    Audience: Developers
    The ease and simplicity of jQuery’s API can be attributed to its success and shortcomings as new developers tackle larger and more complex tasks. Join us for this session as we walk through The Top 5 Mistakes jQuery Developers Can Make. We’ll look at lower level syntax issues up through architectural decisions with jQuery. This session will discuss selector performance, iterating with jQuery, event binding strategies, Ajax handling techniques and jQuery on public CDN’s for applications large and small. Gain a greater understanding of these core concepts and where developers can go wrong.
  • TechTrends: ALA Annual 2010
    Tuesday, July 13, 11:30am PT
    Audience: Librarians
    Features an expert panel who’ll provide a look back at ALA Annual Conference from a library technology perspective. Our panel will analyze and discuss what they learned and what trends stood out at the conference.
  • UCCSC 2010: No Limits!
    July 19 – 20
    Audience: People in IT, usually in the UC System
    This year, UCLA presents a unique hybrid of a live conference and a virtual conference. You can attend from anywhere, even your own office on your own campus, if you wish. There’s no registration limit. And you can attend as much or as little of the conference as you want. Those features brought us to the theme of No Limits.

If you find more, feel free to add them in the comments and I’ll update the post!

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