Decided to take him up on his offer on his programming books to any student interested.
One about C++ programming in Windows(a bit dated), and a brand new edition of his Microchip programming(brand new).
Will hopefully soon have some Assembly language and graphics programming to accompany these first two.
#technology #teaching #learning #programming
Last arm I think I used a .22 caliber rifle. Strangely enough I think the 9mm is the one I was the most accurate with.
- Eastern Florida State CollegeComputer Science/Programming and Analysis, 2013 - present
- Brevard Community CollegeComputers, 2012 - 2013
- Harmony High SchoolN/A, 2008 - 2011
- Edgewater HighscoolTechnology, 2007 - 2008
- Meadow Woods Middle SchoolN/A, 2003 - 2006
- Oakshire ElementaryN/A, 1999 - 2003
- Meadow Woods Elementary SchoolN/A, 1997 - 1999
Pirate Bay co-founder developing un-spyable mobile messaging app
Internet, if you didn’t know already, the government is watching! In a move to shoo big digital brother off your back, Peter Sunde, the co-f
Amiga Games (and our childhood memories) acquired for $500,000
Forget Mac versus PC, there was a time when Amiga reigned supreme -- at least in the heart of many computer gamers of a certain age. The Ami
PeaZip | Free Zip files utility, free Rar files extractor
Free Zip Unzip software, extract Rar files. Compress, convert, split, encrypt, secure delete. Open RAR TAR 7Z ZIP ZIPX files, 150+ formats s
American redux: Apple, Motorola, Lenovo and the pulse of stateside manuf...
Google introduced the Nexus Q close to a year ago. It was an intriguing device with a standout design, but its high asking price and limited
Image Comics becomes first US publisher offering DRM-free downloads
Anyone who enjoys comics and prefers to go the digital route knows the frustrating aspect of not actually owning the material. Though the pr
Supreme Court rules that naturally occurring DNA cannot be patented
In a plot twist straight out of Orphan Black, the Supreme Court has ruled that naturally occurring DNA cannot be patented, but synthetic bio
Student creates 30-second cellphone battery charge, tapped by Google
This year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair has named its three winners, picking 18-year-old Eesha Khare for her invention
YouTube launches pilot program for paid subscriptions, channels start at...
We've had a pretty clear indication that it was coming, and YouTube has now gotten official with one of the biggest changes to the way it do
Lockheed Martin's ADAM laser blasts enemy rockets with its HEL beam
Enemy rockets go up. ADAM makes'em go down... safely and in a grand explosion of fire. That's the name of Lockheed Martin's Area Defense Ant
Google Fiber heading to Grandview, Missouri - SlashGear
The Google Fiber announcements have been ramping up in recent time, with the last one having happened back on Friday, May 3, in which we fou
Hunt for alien life is too Earth-fixated argues expert - SlashGear
An obsession with Earth-like conditions is blinding astronomers to other potential locations where alien life could flourish, one controvers
Gearbox lands Homeworld rights, pending court approval
The bid by Gearbox, the developer behind Aliens: Colonial Marines and the Brothers in Arms and Borderlands series, won't become official unt
HTC - Mobile Phones, Smartphones, Cell Phones, PDAs
HTC US offers innovative & feature rich mobile phones. Explore all HTC smartphones, get support, and find out where to buy the best cell