Archive | February, 2012

Technology in Elementary School

February 28, 2012

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From 6:30 to 8pm this evening, my daughters’ elementary school held their 1st annual Technology Night: Experience how we use technology in the classrooms. This is a hands on activity for the parents and students. Please come and visit classrooms at each grade level where you can see various methods of technology use. This thing […]

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GIT-TFS Instruction: Add Directory to Your Path?

February 7, 2012

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Spoiler Alert: You can find the answer here. We use TFS at work. Because I believe git could be a great solution for a workflow challenge we’re having on one of the accounts I was just assigned to, I decided to experiment with git-tfs. Here are the installation instructions from the gittfs github repository: I […]

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Programming & Barriers to Entry: More Thoughts

February 1, 2012

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I’ve never seen a turnout at Dallas Hack Club like this past Tuesday night. What an awesome & diverse group of developers. Pairing languages included Ruby & C#, and even an F# & a (first time at Hack club) SmallTalk pairing. As fascinating as Hack Club Meetings always are, the different languages made the demos […]

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