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  1. Introduction à Python
  2. Ide Python
  3. Premier programme Python
  4. Les variables en Python
  5. Les commentaires en Python
  6. Les opérateurs Python
  7. Les fonctions en Python
  8. Structure If else... Python
  9. For While Python
  10. Formatage des chaines Python
  11. Les listes en Python
  12. Les tuples en Python
  13. Les dictionnaires en Python
  14. Les ensembles en Python
  15. POO et classes en Python
  16. Héritage en Python
  17. Les exceptions en Python
  18. Le gestionnaire des packages pip
  19. Télécharger le cours complet
  20. Les modules en Python
  21. Le module OS
  22. Module datetime Python
  23. Le module Platform
  24. Le module virtualenv
  25. Le Module PyInstaller
  26. Le module googletrans
  27. Les fichiers en Python
  28. Les fichiers ouverture & lecture
  29. Les fichiers ouverture & écriture
  30. Les fichiers CSV en Python
  31. Les Fichiers JSON En Python
  32. Fichier de configuration .ini
  33. Python & SQLite database
  34. DB Browser for SQLite
  35. Interface Graphique Tkinter
  36. Les Windgets Tkinter
  37. Bibliothèque d'images PILLOW
  38. Module de style tkinter.ttk
  39. Liste déroulante ttk Combobox
  40. le module filedialog
  41. Projet: Création éditeur de texte
  42. Bibliothèque graphique wxPython
  43. Bibliothèque graphique PyQt5
  44. Télécharger le cours complet
  45. Le module Math
  46. La bibliothèque matplotlib
  47. Le module Python statistics
  48. Bibliothèque Sympy
  49. Bibliothèques Numpy
  50. Bibliothèques Scipy
  51. Bibliothèques Pandas
  52. Bibliothèques Scikit Learn
  53. Bibliothèques TensorFlow
  54. Python Machine Learning
  55. Introduction à Django
  56. Installation de Django
  57. Premier Projet Django
  58. Interface administrateur
  59. Créer une application django
  60. Les modèles de django
  61. Templates Django
  62. Les formulaires Django
  63. Fichiers Statiques Django
  64. Upload des fichiers django
  65. Systeme Pagination Django
  66. Exercices Python: les bases
  67. Arithmétiques en Python
  68. Exercices Python: les classes
  69. Exercices sur les dictionnaires
  70. Exercices Python: les fichiers
  71. Tous les TP Python
  72. Création Editeur de Texte en Python Partie1
  73. Carnet d'adresse en Python
  74. Formation Python-partie1

Cours Java

Développement Web

  1. Introduction au langage HTML
  2. Structure d'un document HTML
  3. Mise en forme d’un document HTML
  4. Liens hypertexte
  5. Insertion d’images
  6. Les attributs de la balise BODY
  7. Les tableaux HTML
  8. Les listes HTML
  9. Les Frames HTML
  10. Les formulaires HTML
  11. Les caractères spéciaux HTML
  12. Ressources et références HTML
  13. Exercices HTML avec correction
  1. Introduction au langage CSS
  2. Propriétés d'un sélecteur
  3. La propriété Text CSS
  4. La propriété background CSS
  5. La propriété Font CSS
  6. La propriété border CSS
  7. Propriétés margin et padding
  8. Propriétés Height & Width
  9. Class et les ID CSS

Javascript Basique
  1. Introduction au langage Javascript
  2. Variables, fonctions et operateurs Javascript
  3. Les structures de contrôle et les boucles Javascript
  4. Les événements Javascript
  5. Le modèle Objet du Javascript
  6. L'objet array Javascript
Framework JQuery
  1. Introduction au Framework jQuery
  2. Premier pas avec le framework jQuery
  3. Les Sélecteurs jQuery
  1. Introduction au langage PHP
  2. Premier programme php
  3. Variables et Fonctions php
  4. Opérateurs arithmétiques et logiques
  5. Les structures de contrôle en php
  6. Les tableaux en php
  7. Control des formulaires en php
  8. Upload des fichiers en php
  9. Gestion des dossiers et des fichiers en php
  10. Colorisation syntaxique en php
  11. Cookies php
  12. Les variables globales php
  13. Sessions php
  14. Les variables php d’environnement
  15. Les classes et la poo php
  16. La librairie php_gd2 des images
  17. Lecture d’un fichier xml en php
  18. Les expressions régulières en php
  19. Moteurs de template php : smarty et fast temp…
  1. Langage MySql
  2. Introduction au langage MySql
  3. Installation du Serveur MySql
  4. Manipulation des bases de donnée MySql
  5. Manipulation desTables MySql
  6. Insértion de données MySql
  1. Installation Wordpress
  2. Modification du theme Wordpress
  3. Installation d'un plugin
  4. Gestion des catégories
  5. Gestion des articles
  6. Gestion des menus Wordpress
  7. Gestion des pages
  8. Gestion des Plugins
  9. Gestion des Widgets
  10. Gestion des Médias
  11. Gestion des commentaires
  12. Création formulaire de contact
  13. Outil Importation & exportation
  14. Gestion des extensions
  15. Réglage et paramètres
  1. Introduction à Joomla
  2. Installation Joomla
  3. Architecture de Joomla

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By: Donald Lee


When you think trash, you surely don’t think about your old, trusty personal computer. But that’s exactly what will become of it when you make the inevitable move toward your next laptop or desktop. And, yes, buying a new computer is inevitable, considering the pace at which computer technology zips along. Just think-about a handful of years ago, a fast microprocessor for a laptop was at 233 MHz. Now you’re looking at about at least 2 GHz! That’s Giga, with a G.

So eventually, you will want a computer that can handle the latest software, the latest games, and the latest interactive Web sites, and then you’ll have to throw away your old computer, right? Wrong. Try selling your used computer instead. Throwing out your computer is one of the worst things you can do. For one, your computer may be useful for someone out there, even if just for scraps.

Trashed computers and other digital equipment also make up one of the fastest growing, and most dangerous, new trash “categories” out there in your neighborhood landfill. On one hand, computers are generally bulky and made of plastic and other materials that won’t be breaking down in a landfill for the next few million years. What’s more, other materials in your old computer are highly toxic to the environment, like mercury, lead and cadmium. They’re so toxic that their actually name in the waste-management field is “toxics.”

You don’t have to be a techie or a scientist to understand the danger in that-nor the benefits of selling your computer. On the Internet, there are a vast number of auction and classifieds sites, some better than others, where you can “download” you computer to a worthy buyer.

Before you boot up your replacement laptop or high-performance PC, however, be sure you read and compute the following tips. These tips will help you avoid the crashes and shutdowns that befall the computer seller who doesn’t do his homework first.

Hold onto all of the operating system and software manuals that came with your old computer. This will add value to your sale, not to mention it will make you a trusted seller for offering up these helpful books to the buyer.

Erase all personal information from the hard drive. And we’re not just talking about simply putting stuff in the “trash bin.” It’s extremely important to purge all data from your computer’s memory repository, even from invisible backup files on the hard drive. If you’re not sure how to do this, ask your IT expert at work or a techie friend for advice. You don’t want the next user to have access to your bank accounts, old e-mails, and other private info, do you?

Uninstall any application from the hard drive that you’d like to use on your next computer, keeping the installation disk and the software serial number for yourself. When it comes to software, the manufacturers made sure that you never really own software, you license it. So you don’t get free reign to keep software on multiple computers. You only get one license, so you need to bring your licensed version with you to your new computer.

Do your homework on your computer’s worth. Just like you would for a car, check around at other classifieds and auction sites to see what other people are selling your make and model for.

Be sure you want to truly get rid of old faithful. You may be able to repair your old laptop rather than buy a new $2,000 Centrino model. Or you may be able to add RAM memory and a new hard drive to your four-year-old desktop rather than invest in a new $3,000 multimedia masterpiece. In other words, do a thorough cost-analysis of what it would take to rebuild your old computer, versus what it would cost to sell it and buy a new one. And check your heart too. You might be surprised just how attached you are to your old faithful.

Once you go through these steps, you are prepared to make your move and sell, sell, sell. And then, of course, you’ll be ready to start on a whole new list of steps-for buying a new computer. But that’s a topic for another article!


Author Bio

Donald Lee is the public relations manager for Buysellcommunity.com. Buysellcommunity provides free classified listing services. Buy, Sell and trade: auto, computers, household items, real estate, pets and much more. For global and localized classifieds, please visit
http://www.buysellcommunity.com – Free Buy & Sell Classifieds


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