When you talk about teaching language skills to children, it’s normally a spoken language such as English or Spanish that comes to mind. What about the “other” languages that never get spoken? Coding is a series of different languages that computers can read and translate into amazing creations and innovations. It’s for this reason that… Continue reading Kids should code
Don’t be fooled. 14-year old Santiago Gonzalez may seem like your average mild-mannered young teen who is probably owning you on Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, but his skills go well beyond your standard American youth. He programs. He builds apps. Cool apps. Is thnkrtv correct in speculating that he might be the next… Continue reading Before taking over the world, 14-yr old prodigy gives advice on iOS programming
Computer programming is a rapidly growing field. With 274 million people with Internet access in the U.S. and nearly half of all adults in America have smartphones, the demand for applications and other programs is only increasing. As the demand increases, more students are getting into computer programming. Jobs in many areas are drying up… Continue reading What age did professional programmers start?
What happens when a stream of water hits a big enough obstacle? It moves towards right or left to pass over the blockage. Same thing happens to your audiences when they face dashboard or presentations on your site and fail to make anything out of them. We are talking specifically about drill-down charts here. They… Continue reading How to create an intuitive drill-down interface?
There are several questions that programmers must answer when deciding on their language of choice. Depending on who you ask, the passions towards one language or another can spark debates, even “nerd fights” as can be found in some videos (we won’t like them here but you can find them on YouTube). The three generally-recognized… Continue reading Modern language wars: PHP vs python vs ruby
The Android Developers blog announced that they are launching a beta of Android Training, “a collection of classes that we hope will help you to build better Android apps.” As the battle between Android and iOS continues to expand and with Microsoft creeping up slowly behind them, the need for better apps is high. It… Continue reading Android Developer Relations introduces training to help build better apps
Are you human? For most of you, hopefully, the answer is yes. Throughout the years, CAPTCHA has provided us with a number of ways to answer the same question. Why? Well, the answer is in the question: to make sure that you are a living, breathing, real human being. Why would a website want to… Continue reading Are You Human? CAPTCHA’s Many Ways of Asking the Same Question