Eclipse and the Cloud - Part 2
Presenter: Keith Vincent
Recording: Yes, 10 days after live event occurs
Since 2001, Keith Vincent and Wil Wilcox have teamed up about once a month to produce e-Tips, a free newsletter devoted to Eclipse and to technology of special interest to the reporting community. As a followup to Michael Starkman's March 11th presentation (Eclipse and the Cloud, Part 1), Keith will offer another in the popular "Favorite e-Tips" webinars, and this one will be devoted to a variety of tips that not limited to Eclipse features. An extra attraction: Wil Wilcox will be team-teaching this one!
Here are some of the topics on the list. We'll cover as many as time allows, but naturally the question-and-answer process is an important part of bringing these e-Tips to the stage.
Tip 130 - Function Keys on New Notebook Computers
Tip 120 - Windows 7 Audio Playback: Must a mic be connected?
Tip 122 - An Audio Splitter for Newer Notebook Computers
Tip 119 - Customizing Windows "Send to" Choices (e.g., for Dropbox)
Tip 111 - Windows Aero: Snap, Shake, and Peek
Tip 112 - Evernote. Keep your notes forever.
Tip 105 - Nudgemail
Tip 136 - OneDrive (a/k/a Skydrive) Cloud Storage
Tip 106 - Auto-Start for Bridge and Bridge Clients Tips
Tip 129 - Eclipse Toolbar Icons for Favorite Programs like Searchmaster
Tip 131 - iPad Keyboards and Mini-Routers, not just for Bridge Mobile Users
Tip 124 - Connection Magic: It's more than Shared Editing.
Tip 134 - Connection Magic Local vs. Connection Magic Link
Tip 128 - YouTube Live Captioning
The "live" presentation will take place on Tuesday, March 25th, from 8:30-10:30 pm Eastern time; but you can also view the convenient recorded version which will be made available no more than ten days later.
As always, you can earn 2 hours of continuing education credit for each webinar presented by EclipseWebinars.com. If you did not attend Michael Starkman's class on March 11th, it's not too late to view the recorded version. Thus, you can earn a total of 4 hours of CE credit from "Eclipse and the Cloud, Parts 1 and 2".
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