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Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for the month of March 2014. More stories can be found at the News Wire link at the top of every page of this site.
Pi Day: pi transformed into incredible art — in pictures
The Time I Thought Tao Lin Was A Robot
Adding Coding to the Curriculum
Doodleborg: A 3 horse-power Tank
How Etsy Attracted 500 Percent More Female Engineers
Designer-Developer Ellom Quist on Adinkra Symbols
Quist has translated evocative symbols from Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire into web font icons, as part of the Noun Project.
AfriCoderDojo – Nigeria Mentor Diary
A short diary describing the challenges and pleasures of having a CoderDojo meeting with kids in Lagos, Nigeria.
Thinking with Things
A book excerpt about the design challenges for genomics, robotics, the Internet of Things, and the Industrial Internet of Things.
Human brain now registers smiley face emoticon as real facial expression
Tynker Now on iPad
The visual programming online application used in schools now has an iPad version for use at home.
Also In The April 2014 Issue
There are a ton of ways to make a Twitter bot. Here are a number of resources, ideas, and clues to follow up.
Algorithms control our lives online and offline. Here are some examples to show what is an algorithm and how they work.
I have updated the installation instructions for this Github project to make it even easier to install and play with.
A collection of bot makers and professor types attend an online bot convention to talk about Twitter bots and more.
You can tell a bit about the software used to create the web page you're reading by looking at the URL in your web browser.
A computer command used to diagnose network problems also lets you see how data hops across the internet.
An ancient language from 1958 lives on and is used to solve modern problems in programming and computer science.
Some tips on how to find online publishing services and use them to create your website.
APIs can be a fun, easy to use, and easy to learn way to retrieve and mash up data online.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for the month of March 2014.
Many programming languages organize their code into objects, to model their applications and make their code more reusable.
Links from the bottom of all the April 2014 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.