Get Free Certification – Power Searching with Google

July 10th, 2012 b0ddu Posted in Learning No Comments »

Google logoGoogle announced a new free course called Power Searching With Google that aims to help users looking for advanced search options. Power Searching with Google is a free online, community-based course showcasing search techniques and how to use them to solve real, everyday problems. If you can get this cool easy certification.

  • Six 50-minute classes.
  • Interactive activities to practice new skills.
  • Opportunities to connect with others using Google Groups, Google+, and Hangouts on Air.
  • Upon passing the post-course assessment, a printable Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you.

Go to and click Register.

Power Searching With Google certificationHere is the class schedule :

Class 1 available: July 10
Class 2 available: July 11
Class 3 available: July 12
Hangout on Air (optional) with search experts: July 13 1:00-1:45pm PDT
Mid-class assessment due: July 17 at 7:59am PDT
Class 4 available: July 17
Class 5 available: July 18
Class 6 available: July 19
Hangout on Air (optional) with search experts: July 19 11:00-11:45am PDT
Final assessment due: July 23 at 4:59pm PDT

Free Online Courses from Harvard and Stanford Universities

November 19th, 2011 b0ddu Posted in Learning No Comments »

free online coursesIf you haven’t heard of Stanford’s Online Free Classes for Database-Class , Artificial Intelligence-Class or Machine Learning Class and missed enrolling. Well, you don’t need to worry as there are more useful courses coming up. These classes are all well structured – there are quizzes, assignments, and sometimes midterms, finals all with due dates and follow the same course schedule as the students on campus.

Stanford University – Free Online Courses

Harvard University – Free Online Courses

Check out for free courses online offered by other top universities.

How much is a Zettabyte !!! Learn

July 31st, 2011 b0ddu Posted in Learning No Comments »

A gigabyte was considered to be big enough couple of years back. Now, most of us started using Terabyte drives for backup. According to the latest findings from the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), we’ll need to add the term “zettabyte” to our vocabulary by 2015.

A zettabyte is roughly 1000 exabytes. To place that amount of volume in more practical terms, an exabyte alone has the capacity to hold over 36,000 years worth of HD quality video…or stream the entire Netflix catalog more than 3,000 times.  A zettabyte is equivalent to about 250 billion DVDs.

zettabyte infographic

Draw Flow Charts and Diagrams in ASCII– Easy, Free

June 20th, 2011 b0ddu Posted in Fun, Learning No Comments »

asciiflow logoASCIIFlow is browser based free tool that lets you create text based flow charts and diagrams with ease. Charts created using are easy to circulate and share. The recient doe’st need any complicated tool to view your design. This is useful for all small presentations and more fun to use and definitely worth trying and playing.

Go to ; The tools in the site are simple and it’s very easy to use. Just draw boxes and arrows where you want them, then add text with the type tool and press Enter. You can click the Add Row and Add Column buttons to increase the width and height (respectively) by one character at a time. It lets you export output to either text or HTML.

Download Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 Desktop Graphing Calculator Free

January 19th, 2011 b0ddu Posted in Free, Learning No Comments »

Microsoft Mathematics is a free educational windows program that allows users to solve math and science problems. It can help you visualize and see mathematical concepts behind any problem. It is designed to work on Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008. Major components of this tool are.

  • The Step-by-Step Equation Solver – Students can use this to learn how to solve difficult math problems.

  • Graphing calculator- Its full features and large two-dimensional and enhanced three-dimensional color graphs can better illustrate problems and concepts.

  • Formulas and Equations Library – Students will find more than 100 commonly used equations and formulae to help identify and apply equations.

  • Triangle Solver – This graphing tool explains triangles and their parts.

  • Unit Conversion tool – Students can use this handy tool to quickly and easily convert units of measure, including length, area, volume, weight, temperature, pressure, energy, power, velocity, and time.

Get the download links from below. Product Homepage.

Microsoft Mathematics gui

There’s a graphing calculator packaged with OS X from couple of years called Grapher. If your looking for an online alternate there is always