Category Archives: Online Resources

This category highlights high quality resources for computing enthusiasts.

A Tour of Go

Go is a modern, compiled language developed primarily through the efforts of Google. and some of the folks who originally brought you Unix and it’s successor, Plan 9. ┬áThere are many very cool modern features, and it has a very … Continue reading

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Some Tips for Teaching a Programming Class

I hope to have more resources and discussions here. It has been way too long since my last post, and I have so much I want to share. Please enjoy the following link that highlights 12 tips for teaching programming. … Continue reading

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What is Virtual Box? You want this.

Few pieces of software excite me with possibilities as Virtual Box. It offers many potential uses – especially for students, recipients, and counselors of The Computer Merit Badge. Virtual Box is a cross-platform program that will let you run multiple … Continue reading

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