Schools At the heart of the learning system there is an engaging adventure game An evolving curriculum starting from basic concepts Jungle Sequence of commands, iterations, conditions Allcancode - Run Marco! The next chapters of the story are coming soon! Jungle Sequence of commands, iterations, conditions Ancient Temple Silicon Valley Goes Hollywood: Top Coders Can Now Get Agents - Businessweek (An earlier version of this story ran online.) Max Nanis’s website prominently features about two dozen head shots of the skinny, scruffy 22-year-old Southern Californian with his shirt off. At the top of his “About” page, there’s a personalized contact number (936-CALL-MAX) and a link to 10X Management, his professional representation. It looks like the résumé of an actor, seemingly pitched for casting directors and producers—but Nanis’s background is in computational biology. He’s a coder, part of a generation of programming hotshots starting to view themselves more like Hollywood talent than bit jockeys. Nanis has his agent at 10X Management working to find him the best freelance programming gigs.
Learn To Code In 2017, Get Hired, And Have Fun Along The Way The 5 Months, Step By Step First Month: The Big Picture Big question to answer: How do computers, internet and websites work? How Does the Internet Work: this from LearnCode.academy and this from thenewboston. Follow this Harvard course on youtube. Workout Generator What is your current fitness level? beginner workouts, beginner, beginner workout, intermediate workout, intermediate workouts, intermediate advanced workouts, advanced workouts, What type of workout are you looking for? cardio workout, cardio workouts, dance workouts, elliptical workouts, cardio strength workout, cardio strength workouts,indoor cycling workouts
Learning Google Script: 5 Best Sites & Tutorials to Bookmark How often do you use Google services? If you’re like me, the answer is “all the time”. I use Google Drive to store files. Some Very Good iPad Apps for Science Teachers May 11, 2016 Below is a short collection of some very good iPad apps we have specifically curated for Science teachers and students. They can be used to consolidate and expand on what students learn about the natural world. The apps will also help students learn about endangered species, discover thousands of organisms from around the globe, explore biodiversity of wild life and many more. 1- Project Noah ‘Project Noah is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere…The Project Noah Missions section includes dozens of challenging and meaningful investigations that touch on nearly every key concept in the life sciences, from adaptation and natural selection to conservation and biodiversity.’ 2- Libraries of Life
Top 22 Benefits of Trees Trees combat the climate change Excess carbon dioxide (CO2) caused by many factors is a building up in our atmosphere and contributing to climate change. Trees absorb CO2, removing and storing the carbon while releasing the oxygen back into the air. In one year, an acre of mature trees absorbs the amount of CO2 produced when you drive your car 26,000 miles. Trees clean the air Trees absorb odors and pollutant gases (nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulfur dioxide and ozone) and filter particulates out of the air by trapping them on their leaves and bark. CodeDay Dallas Is this a "hackathon"? CodeDay is a place for people who are interested in learning something new and meeting new people. It is not focused on winning awards or getting jobs, so we do not call CodeDay a hackathon.
40 maps that explain outer space by Joseph Stromberg on March 9, 2015 Space is uniquely difficult for us to wrap our heads around. It's bigger, by many orders of magnitude, than anything we ever experience firsthand, and involves processes that unfold over the course of billions of years. One thing that can help you visualize space is maps and graphics like these — images that capture the diversity, the strangeness, and, above all, the vastness of the universe around us. Our home: the solar systemThis is the solar system, our familiar cluster of one star, eight planets, an asteroid belt, and a whole lot of moons, comets, and tiny bits of debris. This beautiful map from National Geographic shows our entire history of exploring this cluster — our crewed landings on the moon, our probes on Venus, Mars, asteroids, and comets, our orbiters around the Sun, Saturn, Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn, and our flybys of Uranus and Neptune.
15 hot programming trends Programmers love to sneer at the world of fashion where trends blow through like breezes. Skirt lengths rise and fall, pigments come and go, ties get fatter, then thinner. But in the world of technology, rigor, science, math, and precision rule over fad.