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Code.org keeps up its Sisyphean struggle to bring coding to American schools

Big news on the coding education front today. Non-profit Code.org, which is backed by tens of millions of dollars from tech heavyweights like Reid Hoffman and John Doerr, is introducing programming classes to 30 K-12 districts across the United States. 736 more words


NAO Access Point

Hi there!

Today I have decided to publish a very small part of what will be my master’s final project.

It’s been a while since I started working with NAO Robot (manufactured by Aldebaran Robotics), a really cute humanoid robot that offers a huge range of possibilities, not only in the entertainment area, but also in the educational one (in which I am focussing my activity with it). 360 more words


Old news: Swing is hairy

Swing and MVC – what are they supposed to do?

I’ve been working with Swing for two years for now. I know, most of the java programmers learned it ten years ago or so.  839 more words

Seizing the Day with Parke Diem

By Matthew Schulman

In a single weekend, how many people could you rally to restore your city’s parks?

How about 1,400?

That’s what the Portland Parks Foundation… 392 more words


Babies in Bloom Early Literacy Storytime

This post is an outline for the first Early Literacy Initiative Storytime I did for Anne Arundel County Public Libraries. Our early literacy initiative, which you can learn more about… 598 more words

Public Library

An Intro To Parsec

Taking a break from the Photo Booth, I’ve been working on a re-write of dmp_helper. If you’ve been following me for a while, you may remember that as a quick, dirty hack I did in perl one day to avoid manually writing out HTML snippets. 1,255 more words