Olivet University is opening Ruby on Rails course in 2013 Fall quarter in the OIT master program.
Here is the course outline
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The camp will cover the following topics:
Stage 1: Real Git ( Help your guys to using Git in the real and daily work effectively ) - 4 hours
LEVEL 1: Git Basics - Learn the basics of Git
LEVEL 2: Staging & Remotes - Add and remove changed files, and work with remote repositories
LEVEL 3: Cloning & Branching - Clone repositories and learn how to work with multiple branches
LEVEL 4: Collaboration Basics - Work simultaneously with multiple users
Remote Branches & Tags
LEVEL 5: Remote Branches & Tags - Work with remote branches and reference commits
LEVEL 6: Rebase Belong To Us - Optimize merging and fix merge conflicts
History & Configuration
LEVEL 7: History & Configuration - Learn how to configure and view commit logs
Level 1: Try Jquery - Learn the Basic building blocks of jQuery
Level 2: Jquery: The Return Flight - Learn to use Ajax, Jqeury pligins and promises to create interactive user experiences
Option: May cover some Real-time Web with Node.js
Stage 3: Ruby Basic ( TBD ) - 8 Hours
Olivet University’s Institute of Technology, OIT, graduate students are teaming up with OIT alumni to build out a search engine for enhanced functionality and produce improved search results. The solution involves looking at its current method of data sharing networks and tweaks the data gathering and search process to generate more relevant results.
Olivet Institute of Technology students investigate into controlling the depth of crawling with robots.txt rules. Other parts include parsing the content according to keywords and creating indexes with greater relevance to content as well as optimizing the index for faster search results. Parts of the development and research will be happening during the Information Storage and Retrieval course this fall quarter.
The technique of search engine is a small piece of cloud of the search engine of Christian world. “It can contribute to web evangelism and influence the global culture in near future.” Shared the developer of this search engine.
The results of this research project can contribute to web evangelism for a global audience. The trends in ministries have included increasing searches and data visibility that is more specific to targeted users. Content ranges from photos, news, social media, and videos. The customized search engines project is planned to be an extraordinary opportunity for research and entrepreneurial opportunities for Olivet students.