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Python user group – Python NorthWest

To catch up on my blog the second topic that came in my mind was my very first attendance at a Python user group last Thursday. 421 more words


A game! An actual game!

I just finished Udacity’s project 3, creating a clone of the Frogger game, and I’m pretty excited/proud about it. This project has taken the longest so far and is the most rewarding.   703 more words


The story so far

I’ve been working through a lot of concepts on my own, still reading and watching videos and tutorials non-stop, and even got my Git and Github set up and working well!   318 more words


I have started Nanodegrees in Udacity this week. Yes, I will develop my website by myself!

I have started Front-End web developer course of Nanodegrees in Udacity this week.  I would like to obtain the skills of front-end web development, such as a website and mobile service because I would like to develop websites and mobile services, which are backed by machine learning.   406 more words

Big Data

Lesson 3: New Activities and Intents

Udacity – Developing Android Apps

Lesson 3 notes:

  • ItemClickListener and Toast
    • Toast is a pop-up that displays a message a few second before fading out. It uses for debugging because it indicate status visually without altering the app UI.
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MOOCs and learning futures

This post shares resources from professional learning held 6 October, 2014

The MOOCs offered by Melbourne Uni – (Multi Open Online Courses) are an example of an increasingly popular form of learning that’s having a liberating effect on populations worldwide.   179 more words


Online competency-based education

Following up from my previous post on my experience with Coursera, here are a few links of interest (mostly) relating to online education, with a focus on “competency-based education”, i.e., education directed specifically at teaching people to become competent at one or more tasks or disciplines: 595 more words