CETI Relationships with Technologists and Text Book Authors

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Computer Education Techniques has relationships with software developers, technologists, and textbook publishers. These relationships produce courseware and training aids reflecting advancements in hardware, migration to compound technologies, and integration of open source and commercial software.

CICS/VS Command Level
with ANS COBOL Examples
DB2 for Application
Programmers
DB2: Performance,
Design, and Implementation
Transact-SQL User-Defined
Functions for MS SQL Server
ISBN 0-442-22607-1 ISBN 0-13-199795-5 ISBN 0-07-057553-3 ISBN 1-55622-079-0
Pacifico Amarga Lim Pacifico Amarga Lim David Silverberg Andrew Novick

In conjunction with CETi courseware, SYS-ED courses utilize Mike Murach Associates textbooks, which have a wide acceptance in trade schools, colleges, and universities.

There is an ongoing professional relationship:

Murach and Shapiro - December 14, 2001 Murach and Shapiro - Feb 2, 2002 Murach and Shapiro - Sept 5, 2003 Murach and Shapiro - September 10, 2007
Murach and Shapiro - February 21, 2008 Murach and Shapiro - March 24, 2008 Slivkoff and Shapiro - June 12, 2008 Slivkoff and Shapiro - August 13, 2008

Industry standard textbooks are reviewed, in many cases updated with subject matter from emerging new areas of information technology, and augmented with presentation slides developed from the CETi knowledge base and technology partner consultancy assignments.

TBRPS Textbook review inclusive of sample programs and supplemental exercises based upon hybrid implementations of proprietary and open source software.
TBRBP Textbook review based upon the application of best practices and guidelines.

Textbooks also are compared to the source software company certification standards and examinations; case studies, examples, code snippets are analyzed and tested. The derivative notes and reviewer opinions become part of the CETi knowledge base.


The challenge is to update and transform the CETi courseware library into distance- and e-learning services and products which helps people learn.

Client/Server Computer Applications Database IBM WebSphere and Open Source Software
Java Development Platform and Language Mainframe Mainframe Legacy Programming Languages Mainframe Utilities and Development Tools
MS Application Development MS Internetworking Open Source Software Oracle Database and Development Platform
Programming Languages Linux and UNIX Web Development and Internet Programming Web Servers