L.I.S.A. (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by NETISM.org kicked-off today with 76 participants
L.I.S.A. (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by NETISM.org kicked-off today with 76 participants.
Notably, the students were given free access to tutorial manuals for today and tomorrow, while alongside freely participating for two days.
This lockdown seems unending any time soon, hence, we need to maximize the precious moment for value-added purposes such as having more exposures to the viability of the Digital World.
As you have all seen, Digital economy is the new crude oil.
Here's the text of the tutorial manual;
Training Manual Prepared by Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon ( The Founder of NETISM.org ) - Day 1 - The Theory of Internet of Things (IoT): How does a website work? (Simplified Explanation) Understanding the relationship between Website Design & Website Hosting. Imagine that you have already saved different files on your flash drive, perhaps, Pictures, Videos, Music, Documentary and others. You can choose to save your Video files in a folder named as YouTube, You can also choose to save your Pictures in a folder named as Instagram, Your Music can be saved in a folder named as NotJustOK, And Your Documentary can be saved in a folder named as Wikipedia. Let us assume that your Friend in another country need to access all the files in your flash drive. He will need certain facilities and a well-structured system in order to easily access those file. The first thing your friend needs is an Internet (International Network in this context), He also needs a digital device, for instance, a computer system or a smartphone, Your friend needs to also know the folder name, e.g. YouTube, Wikipedia and others, (Technically, we can call that a URL, i.e, Universal Resources Locator). He also needs a web browser in order to visit the website and browse through each folder with a unique name (i.e. URL). Here is the Technical Explanation: In the digital world, the flash drive is the hosting company that saves all the information and the data that have been earlier stored in the data bank by the owner of the files (that is, the website designer).