Registration for the 2013 Mobility and the Modern Web Conference (MMWCon) is now open!
The conference, held at UCLA from September 10 - 12, will include a number of informative sessions (http://mmwcon.org/sessions) on a range of topics, from responsive design to open-source development to the future of the mobile web.
The early bird rate ends on July 15th so register soon!
We're updating UCSB's instance of the Mobile Web Framework project (http://mwf.library.ucsb.edu) from its current version (1.2.10) to the latest (and final) version (1.3). Please see below for more information, and feel free to contact us with any questions. Thanks!
On January 16, 2013, Human Resources announced that UCSB has obtained a campus subscription to lynda.com for all UCSB faculty, staff and student employees. Lynda.com is an on-demand resource featuring an online training library of courses that helps users learn software, design, and business skills to achieve their personal and professional goals.
UCSB offers access to numerous High-Performance Computing (HPC) resources to its academic community. While the Center for Scientific Computing (CSC, http://csc.cnsi.ucsb.edu), which is part of the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI), provides a broad range of on-campus resources, such as sponsoring classes, tutorials, and individual training in general Unix/Linux, compiling, and optimization of code, the Office of Information Technology's Supercomputing Division helps UCSB faculty, researchers, and students access and use the HPC resources available from national supercomputing facilities.
Adobe will be releasing Acrobat XI on October 15.
Orders for Acrobat Pro X place between now and October 12 will be eligible for a free upgrade to the new version, when it is released.
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