It appears that the next phase of “online education” industry’s growth will now be squarely focused on teaching computer programming skills to kids. Tynker has raised $3.25 million in funding. For a product that seems a direct rip-off of Scratch that’s come out of MIT (specifically its Lifelong Kindergarten group led by the talented and […]
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Once upon a time, I was a member of HTML Writer’s Guild and used to participate in their mailing list discussions as well. Here’s an old post I came across today while cleaning my system that’s probably still relevant. Notice the date on which it was written. Ancient, huh? And yes, we did write the […]
Last two days I have been working in ColdFusion. This is the the second time in my life that I’m writing CFML. A little over a couple of years ago, I was using a spreadsheet to track the work assignments to my team. It was cumbersome: others couldn’t see how I had assigned the work, […]