A project I’m working on involves running Oracle queries on a PeopleSoft system and getting the results as CSV files. I use those query results, plus information from other places (the New York State Department of Education’s website and Degreeworks information for academic programs) to derive a Postgres database that is the backend for a […]
Mark Guzdial is a provocateur. In today’s blog post, the title says it all: “teachers as provocateurs … all learning starts from a problem.” An example he gives is teaching students about loops because it will save them from having to cut and paste (or re-type!) code in the future. Instead, he suggests, let them […]
Linking, loading, header files, and libraries—what are they all about? This post is a description of how these concepts interrelate for C/C++ code. Since the Arduino language is really C++, this material applies in that context as well. In fact, this post aims to explain these concepts specifically as they relate to Arduino code development. […]
Whatever the current sales promotion is that Tesla is having (free supercharging; vehicle upgrade, whatever) my referral code will get it for you.
Anyone buying a new Tesla can get free supercharging and a $1000 credit towards a new Model S or Model X by using this referral code. Tesla updates the terms of the referral offers quite regularly, but the referral code itself is the same for all changes in the terms. As of this update (April 2018), the […]