Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for October 2014. More stories can be found at the News Wire link at the top of every page of this site.
The End of Apps as We Know Them
Divers Excavate Greek Shipwreck Dubbed "Ancient Titanic"
The Artist of the Unbreakable Code
Smart People Prefer Curly Fries, And Other Insights Gleaned from Analyzing Your Social Media Accounts
Snowflake-shaped Networks are Easiest to Mend
How the Cerebellum’s Rapid Growth Helped Make Technology Possible
Twitter Data Mining Reveals America’s Religious Fault Lines
ChooseMyPC Generates a Sample PC Build in Your Budget
3D Printing in Space Challenge: What Will You 3D Print in Space?
First Selfies, Now Shapies? Scanning Booths Capture the Moment in 3-D
The One App You Need On Your RÃ©sumÃ© If You Want A Job At Google
Women in computing: the 60s Pioneers Who Lit Up the World of Coding
Also In The November 2014 Issue
It's that time of year: time to start thinking of summer tech camps for 2015. Here are a few ideas where to begin looking.
Rachel Manning talks about her life as a freelance software developer building websites and web applications from her home in Mammoth Lakes, California.
Here are lots of ideas for computer science and programming toys kids might like, based on different age groups.
Wix.com is a free online tool you can use to create a website. Here's a basic tutorial to get started, as well as files to build a test site.
The C programming language is used often in operating systems and has influenced other languages for decades.
Chris talks about his journey from TRS-80 computers to websites to the game business to teaching kids to code in summer camp.
How do programming languages control the flow or processing of instructions? Here's how control flows work in several languages.
Designers of products, content, and software use the concepts of destinations and systems to create content and apps for all our devices.
Links from the bottom of all the November 2014 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for October 2014.
FTP is a mysterious yet extremely useful way to send data across computer networks. Here's a short overview with links.
No Starch Press sent along four books for kids. If you don't have them already, look them up at the library or buy online or in a bookstore.