This is the third part of my Learn to Code series. The previous part is here: Chapter 1 – Meet Bob. See Bob. See Bob Run. Run Bob, Run! We last spoke about making Bob run 5 miles. We were going to do that by performing an action – Continue Reading
This is the second part of a series of articles called Learn to Code. Click here to go to Chapter 0, “Wax on, Wax off”. Learn to Code Well done. You’re now a World class programmer! And you’ve been given a brief by your customer who wants you to Continue Reading
So you want to learn to code? Well this is the right place. I assume no prior knowledge, except knowing how to turn on a computer, open a text editor such as Notepad, and have some idea of the operation of a keyboard. It may not be immediately obvious WHY Continue Reading
Today, after months of speculation and guesswork, the world finally got to see American Airlines’ new livery. Doing away with the bare-metal, full-length stripes and the “AA” with an eagle in the middle, the new paint scheme will work on the new all-composite aircraft coming out of Boeing and Airbus, Continue Reading
So yesterday, Mark “FinkD” Zuckerberg’s little Californian social network called “Facebook” (you might have heard of it) announced a new feature called “Graph Search”. Graph Search lets you not only search for People and Pages, like the site currently allows, but also lets you throw much more complex queries at Continue Reading
This was going to be a blog about how to build a modern personal computer. In the end it turns out how NOT to build a modern personal computer, complete with hair-pulling frustrations, angry Tweets, companies being awful then being amazingly good, expensive mistakes and a plethora of helpful friends Continue Reading
More information on the official Ubuntu for Phones site. If you’re a developer, take a look at the application ecosystem that goes with Ubuntu for Phones here.