"When we are young
Wandering the face of the Earth
Wondering what our dreams might be worth
Learning that we're only immortal
For a limited time

We travel on the road to adventure ..."
  - Dreamline, RUSH

The following roadmaps (Intermediate/Advanced/Professional ones will be under construction for months) are generic and they can be used by anyone (engineering or degree student or someone who has a specific interest and wants to learn more).   There are 1000s of good resources online and our goal is not to add all of them to these roadmaps.  When we feel that a given resource is better than what we provided in a roadmap, we will update the roadmap for the benefit of people who are starting afresh.

For the benefit of students who are in their first two years of curriculum in non-metro engineering and other degree colleges, we created two special roadmaps -
  1.  freshman
  2.  sophomore
Use these before browsing the rest of this site so that you have better orientation.
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Beginner Computers Basics about computer hardware and software. 
Intermediate Computers Be a productive user in your domain (education or business). Learn to maintain/upgrade your computer hardware and software. 
Advanced Computers Learn to build your own computer - assembling the hardware, compiling your own operating system and applications. 
Professional Computers Useful information for professionals 
Beginner Internet Basics about computer network and its applications, Intranet, Extranet, Internet, World Wide Web (WWW), Web 2.0 
Intermediate Internet Learn to be a power user of the internet. 
Advanced Internet Learn how to setup and manage your own server on the internet. 
Professional Internet Useful information for professionals 
Beginner Programming Learn to program computers 
Intermediate Programming Gain more expertise in programming computers 
Advanced Programming Learn programming skills needed to become a professional. 
Professional Programming Useful information for professionals 
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