Anyone can publish anything on the web.
Use this checklist to evaluate the information you find on websites.
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Now, step back and ask yourself, is this website appropriate for your purpose?
Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology: BACIT is the online Bulletin of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications
Istart E-Business portal: NZ’s informational hub on using IT and e-commerce to build your business
Computer professionals for social responsibility: CPSR is a global organization promoting the responsible use of computer technology and how the use of technology affects society.
MIT Open Courseware: Massachusetts Institute of Technology provide free and open access to their course materials in a number of subjects including computer science
Internet Society of New Zealand: Fostering coordinated and cooperative development of the Internet in New Zealand
New Zealand Computer Society: The professional institution for information and communication technology people
DevX: Development Exchange group, this sites gives access to software development news and resources, source code and 1000's of answers to common programming questions
MSDN: Microsoft Developers Network provides technical information, sample code, documentation, articles, and reference guides for developers using Microsoft tools and products
Programmers heaven: Programming files, links and articles
SourceBank: Directory of links to source code and script posted around the Web