My guest blog on why I teach kids to code is now online over at the WTIA website.
“In all the talk about the world-shaking things people do with code, sometimes we forget that whole “I needed a computer to do something for me and I was able to make it do it” part…” Continue reading Guest Blog for WTIA: Why Teach Kids to Code?
Hi to everyone who saw my talk at SeattleJS. Download the deck .
The story of the Time Addition Calculator Those of you who know me know I hacked a lot of BASIC on my Commodore 64 in the 80s, but when I went to college, I became an artist and performer, got Continue reading Little Tools – Time Addition Calculator
So in this morning’s Hacker News newsletter, there was a link to Intel’s Compute Stick (a stick-sized computer). And on that site I found one of the greatest sins/mistakes in Internet marketing: “Come back later.” They didn’t use those actual Continue reading Come Back Later… If You Remember
Skip to the solution or read on for a description. I have a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. I bought it because it had the best combination of features (chip, RAM, SSD size, battery life, weight) I wanted at the lowest Continue reading Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Optimal Resolution Notification
You’re using LinkedIn’s website, you see an update in your news feed, intend to come back to it later, but later it’s gone. If you remember who posted it, you can pull up the person’s profile, but the profile will Continue reading Viewing Someone’s Previous LinkedIn Posts
So my about page explains a little bit about who I am and why I chose the name yiddish.ninja for my blog. But it doesn’t explain my intentions for this blog. I think the subtitle in the header graphic explains Continue reading Welcome