Today, 465,000 State University of New York (SUNY) students across 64 campuses in the “Empire State” of New York are taking to the cloud with Microsoft Live@edu. This is good news for SUNY and good for the economy of the Empire State.Continue Reading →
During a conversation this Computer Science Education week, a teacher expressed deep concerns about online privacy protection for students. She believes that students are being duped into giving away their personal information without their understanding of the implications or the consequences. The federal government is also concern about whether or not there are sufficient [...]Continue Reading →
Here is a brief list of the applications I demonstrated and talked about with my young Birmingham City Schools students for Computer Science Education. Feel free to download as much as you want…it’s all free!Continue Reading →
Last week, Scott Guthrie, Corporate VP and all around cool “red polo shirt wearing” guy, talked about the future of Silverlight…and forthcoming capabilities in Silverlight 5. Silverlight remains an important development platform and rich media experience for the phone, web, and offline client experiences. The future looks even brighter with Silverlight 5.Continue Reading →
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