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Jim Gough
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Introducing young children to programming using Swift Playgrounds
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Getting Started: Introduce Coding Swift Playgrounds on iPad
Swift Playgrounds  is an application for the iPad built by Apple to help developers learn how to write Swift applications. Swift Playgrounds is a revolutionary new app for iPad that makes learning Swift interactive and fun. Solve puzzles to master the basic...
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Kids Code Introduction
Kids Code Introduction
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Kids Code Introduction
In recent years my blog has been fairly empty, life in general has taken over most of my free time. We have two small children aged 4 and 7 months, who are hard work but a lot of fun. The way in which children interact with technology fascinates me, Emily i...
Kids Code Introduction
Kids Code Introduction
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Review of Pragmatic Functional Refactoring in Java 8 talk at JFokus
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Pragmatic Functional Refactoring in Java 8
Java 8 is here! Now the honeymoon period is over larger companies and innovators are starting to use the new features. However, Java 8 isn't just another version of Java, it fundamentally changes how you are able to approach problems. "Java 8 and functional...
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JFokus 2015 First Impressions
JFokus 2015 First Impressions
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JFokus 2015 First Impressions
In the centre of Stockholm, on a snowy first week of February, is the start of JFokus 2015. When I say cool it's currently -2 °C with a "feels like"  -11 °C. The conference is a three day event, the first consisting of tutorials, the second and third are tr...
JFokus 2015 First Impressions
JFokus 2015 First Impressions
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Teaching ClassLoaders, Reflection and NIO2
As a leader of the London Java Community and as a developer in several firms I have noticed one trait across Java developers. We are spoilt! We have nice APIs, abstractions, IDEs and build systems which means that often we don't appreciate some of the lower...
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