10 Things I Love About Tech- Python Edition

So since I already complained about what I hate about tech from a diversity and culture perspective, I felt I needed to explain all the things I love about tech and why I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Everyone would expect me to start with databases or virtualization, but I thought I’d keep everyone […]

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May 5, 2017

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Updating the Raspberry Pi Vbox Image

So one of the things I like to do is test out a lot of my python gaming code, (as far as for the coding and syntax) on my Oracle Virtualbox image of my Raspberry Pi.  Another great thing about building games on the Raspberry Pi, is a built in module called Pygame.  Well, that […]

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September 2, 2015

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Enhancing A Moving Art Project to Beginning Robotics with Raspberry Pi

Back on August 7th, the RMOUG’s Quarterly Education Workshop, I walked everyone through using a Pibrella board to create an art or flyer project that was powered with a python script and a motor. Today, we’re going to take that same code and reuse it with a simple robotics kit to control power and rotation […]

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August 24, 2015

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Python Pass the Pigs

So I don’t doubt that many parents are bleeding out money for kid’s school fees, supplies, clothing and other demands this time of year.  How many of you are in their local Target, Walmart or other store and after filling the cart with the necessary, the kids eye up the toy aisle and start to […]

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August 20, 2015

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The Evolution of a Programmer and the Pythonic Way of Thinking

There’s an old joke about the evolution of a programmer. It starts with the programmer in their infancy and typing: Print “Hello World” and so the output returns: The programmer continues to evolve. His coding knowledge increases and his code in the end of his evolution becomes a script of 5000 to 10,000 lines. What […]

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August 18, 2015

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