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The U.S. Imagine Cup Finals took place in Seattle this week during an exciting three-day event where Microsoft exposed students to networking opportunities, innovative technology and community celebration. Out of nearly 3,000 students across the U.S., 12 student finalist teams competed to win up to $6,000 and the chance to advance to the Imagine Cup World Finals, where one team will win $100,000. The competing teams presented and demoed their tech projects to a panel of VIP judges, gained exposure to industry pros and received invaluable tech and startup mentorship from senior leaders across the community.

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Trying to figure out pinouts from Wacom touch.
What is your favorite method. Hopefully Wacom will send the pinouts.




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Nice concise explanation on Postfix checks. Wish they would include a filtering process as well. #postfix #noSPAM



Anyone have a guide to PBX in a Flash with Pfsense on the same box.

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Attention hacker parents, teachers, devs, and anyone who is passionate about computer science education:

A couple of us at Google have been working on something for +Raspberry Pi called Coder. It’s a free piece of open source software that turns your Raspberry Pi into a simple, lightweight, beginner-friendly place to write code, and a mini-web server to run it on. 

It just takes ten minutes to get up and running. We think it can be a useful tool to accompany a programming lesson or a fun testing ground for new coders to practice what they’re learning. But the possibilities are infinite: Coder’s open source, and we hope that all you developers, teachers, and parents out there will find cool ways to use it and make it better.  

Learn more and get the download at goo.gl/coder.

Coder: A simple way to make web stuff on Raspberry Pi.

#coder   #raspberrypi  

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Our latest board review takes a look at Micro:bit, an educational microcontroller aimed at children. http://ow.ly/8lCr306jG8S

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