Month: January 2019

Month: January 2019

Using Ozobot To Teach Programming
January 14, 2019 Learning/Educational Zian Smith

Today people are introduced to programming at younger and younger ages. If you would like to get your children around the age of 8 introduced to programming then there is a innovative company that has free online programming games and provides toy robots that your kids can play with to learn the logical fundamentals of
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Nonlogging Opensource VPNs
January 7, 2019 Uncategorized Zian Smith

There is a plethora of VPN options out in the market. However, when a user needs a VPN that is Free Software and doesn’t log user data, you begin to thin out the selection rather quickly. This post should hopefully save you time by listing virtual private networks that fit the criteria. Keep in mind
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Getting Started With Debuggers
January 6, 2019 Uncategorized Zian Smith

Sometimes when writing complex C programs you need the assistance of a debugger. This post will not make you an expert, but it will introduce you to two popular debuggers known as Valgrind and GDB (GNU DeBugger). You can find the source code and list of supported platforms at http://www.valgrind.org/info/platforms.html. The License is GPL. If
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