A few caveats before you read it. First, it’s a little basic. Second, it assumes that you’ll be clamping your piece down before you cut it, something that you may not be able to do out in the field.
On the other hand, this article does include the ever-important technique of periodically taking dry-cutting blades out of cuts to cool, and – if you can look past the fact that it was written for homeowners instead of professional cutters – it’s pretty solid. If you need a quick how-to article on cutting for your new guys, this may be it.