Traditionally, vocational education and training (VET) has aimed to equip people with the skills required to perform specific tasks within specific job roles. In Australia’s TAFE system, these skill requirements are defined in consultation with industry to produce the competency based training packages that effectively define the training curriculum for teachers and students.
This post describes one way to configure a computer to centrally manage an IT training lab using Ansible. The control centre computer could be physical or virtual, headless or not, a laptop, a desktop or anything else: the only real requirements are that the device can bring up a CLI (command line interface) in a terminal, that the vi text editor is installed, and that normal SSH infrastructure is in place.
ICTWEB302 is a TAFE unit that goes by the title of Build simple websites using commercial programs. Like many TAFE units, it doesn’t take too much reading between the lines to see what the original intent of this unit was: use the proprietary software product Dreamweaver (TM) to build a website.
A curated list of online resources related to project-based learning.
A curated list of the best Thai linguistics resources on the internet.
A curated list of the best Thai language learning resources on the internet.
It is no secret that most corporate and industrial computing resources in the world today have now been migrated from physical infrastructure to a combination of public, private and hybrid cloud environments. A similar trend is now under way in the networking space, with network control logic shifting from proprietary hardware-based platforms to open source software-based platforms (SDN or Software Defined Networking).
The Chang Song (Elephant Song) is a well known children’s song taught in primary schools throughout Thailand. There are many versions available in YouTube (see some examples below).
The Thai alphabet has two symbols for the vowel sound ai: mai malai (ไ –
ไม้มลาย) and mai muan (ใ – ไม้ม้วน). Only 20 words use mai muan, all the rest use mai malai, so it can be difficult for the learner to remember which words use which letter.