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My Morning Commits

Balance is a tricky thing to navigate. Documenting my off-time development is important to me, but I get so into the actual learning and production in the brief time I have before work that I end up pushing multiple commits in the 5am-6:30am range at the expense of personal reflection in public. 68 more words

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The cursed cave

The cursed cave

Once upon a time there was a cursed child named Robin. Robin was a normal child that played with most kids his age until the day he and his friend wandered into a mysterious cave. 569 more words

Student Projects in the Open Source Movement

Student Projects in the Open Source Movement

In the winter term, our CSC630 course covered The Open Source Movement.  Central to the study of open source software is building in each student a scrappy, can-do attitude regarding software development: if you feel like some software should exist or should be changed, just make it happen!  558 more words

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Air - Conditioning

Students explain the thermodynamics behind Air-Conditioning, and propose an alternative energy solution as a team of laboratory technicians for Sears complete with an in-lab demonstration.

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Bottle Rockets

Students design, create and test bottle rockets and explain using the gas laws.


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Food Industry Density

Students are instructed to bring their favorite beverage and favorite candy bar for analysis.

Teams of 4 students : 4 different beverages, 4 different candybars. Follow instructions on XLab_Beverage&Candy Bar Density. 20 more words

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Engineering a Great Ending to the School Year

Engineering in Your Classroom – Five Activities to Try

Change in the classroom can be an overwhelming process. At ProjectEngin, we always try to break any large-scale project or program into smaller steps in order to make entry easy. 558 more words