Painlessly Migrating to Java Jigsaw Modules - a Case Study Key Takeaways Implementing applications in a modular fashion encourages good design practices, such as separation of concerns and encapsulation. The Java Platform Module System (JPMS) lets developers define what the application’s modules are, how they are to be used by other modules, and which other modules they depend upon. It is possible to add JPMS module definitions to applications that were already using a different system to define the application’s modules, e.g.
Trabajadores de la Educación Superior, no casta EN el momento de escribir estas líneas, las reacciones a la modificación de la estructura de las enseñanzas universitarias copan los medios. Pero más allá del revuelo mediático que ha suscitado el 3+2, conviene recordar que en los últimos meses han corrido ríos de tinta sobre la Universidad. Muchos de los textos parecían estar escritos con la intención de desacreditarla recurriendo a la endogamia, la falta de cualificación del profesorado o la baja calidad de su investigación. Crible d'Ératosthène Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le crible d'Ératosthène est un procédé qui permet de trouver tous les nombres premiers inférieurs à un certain entier naturel donné N. Le crible d'Atkin est plus rapide mais plus complexe. Algorithme[modifier | modifier le code]
The Principles of Good Programming Heron-Centric: Ruminations of a Language DesignerThe Principles of Good Programmingby Christopher DigginsJuly 24, 2011 Today's post is a lightly edited repost from my blog at The Area, a web-site dedicated to users of Autodesk media and entertainment products. I came up with this list of principles to help with a recent C# training I gave, and I thought that members of the Artima.com community could appreciate these principles and have some interesting insights to share. On Pi Day, a serving of why we need math Posted: Friday, March 13, 2015, 1:08 AM By Darren Glass On Saturday, our Facebook feeds will be peppered with references to Pi Day, a day of celebration that has long been acknowledged by math fans and that Congress recognized in 2009. Every high schooler learns that pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter and that its decimal expansion begins 3.14 and goes on infinitely without repeating. Mathematicians love pi because there are many interesting facts surrounding it. Other people seem to get a kick out of dates that demonstrate patterns.
A Brief Review of All Comic Books Teaching Statistics Rasmus Bååth and Christian Robert Being more or less an autodidact when it comes to statistics, I have a weak spot for books that try to introduce statistics in an accessible way. I have therefore collected what I believe are all books that introduce statistics using comics (at least those written in English). Except for including comics, these four books (yes, there are four) have in common that they assume no previous experience in statistics and are mostly focused on classical null hypothesis significance testing. Select2 - The jQuery replacement for select boxes The appearance of your Select2 controls can be customized via the standard HTML attributes for <select> elements, as well as various configuration options. Disabling a Select2 control Select2 will respond to the disabled attribute on <select> elements. You can also initialize Select2 with disabled: true to get the same effect.
What's the best teaching method? Seventy teachers from the UK were sent to Shanghai to study classroom methods to investigate why Chinese students perform so well. Upon their return, the teachers reported that much of China’s success came from teaching methods the UK has been moving away from for the past 40 years. The Chinese favour a “chalk and talk” approach, whereas countries such as the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand have been moving away from this direct form of teaching to a more collaborative form of learning where students take greater control. Given China’s success in international tests such as PISA, TIMSS and PIRLS, it seems we have been misguided in abandoning the traditional, teacher-directed method of learning where the teacher spends more time standing at the front of the class, directing learning and controlling classroom activities. Direct instruction vs inquiry learning
What Sir Ken Got Wrong “We are educating people out of their creativity” Sir Ken Robinson Sir Ken Robinson’s ideas on education are not only impractical; they are undesirable. If you’re interested in education, at some point someone will have sent you a link to a video by Sir Ken Robinson, knighted for services to education in England in 2003. He has over 250,000 followers on Twitter, his videos have had over 40,000,000 views online, and his 2006 lecture is the most viewed TED talk of all time. The RSA Opening Minds curriculum his ideas are associated with is taught in over 200 schools in the UK.