Firmware or software that can be used to support the operation of nanodevices or system with nanodevices. My include assembly language, C, or similar languages, and operating systems.

Made with Code

morreale Friday 20 of June, 2014
Google has a new website, Made with Code, to inspire girls to code. Chelsea Clinton, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts of the USA, Mindy Kaling, MIT Media Lab, National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), Seventeen and TechCrunch are all supporters of this effort. It looks to be free. I tried the bracelet lesson and Shapeways (3D Printing company) will make your bracelet for you for free so that's cool.


morreale Friday 20 of June, 2014
A number of companies joining forces to offer scholarships for online degrees at Udacity. These nanodegrees are in web development, IOS development, and data analysis. Udacity estimates it will take 6-12 month to complete the program after you pass the entrance exam to prove you have the prerequisites. In theory, graduates should have a job when they graduate. At first, I thought nanodegrees were related to nanotechnology but it appears to be related to the degree which might be more like a certificate.

Processing programming language

morreale Monday 23 of September, 2013
Processing 2 is a programming language, development environment, and online community that promotes software literacy. The tools are open source and free. The language is based on BASIC and Logo, uses a visual context, is used in education, and has been supported by the NSF. There are some very neat graphical examples with the code used to generate the images or animations.


Analyzing big data

morreale Monday 12 of August, 2013
Mathematica now has hadooplink which is a package that lets you write MapReduce programs in Mathematica and run them on your Hadoop cluster.


morreale Friday 21 of June, 2013
NASA JPL has posted a number of cool apps for Android and iPhone. The three app I played with include Be a Martian, Earth Now, and Space Images.


Monthly studies

morreale Sunday 07 of April, 2013
Google Ventures posted a video by UX Researh partner Michael Margolis describing how to run monthly studies. Michael describes how to identify if user understand how to use a website feature and how to make it more efficient. He also describes how to design surveys that capture relevant information from users.
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