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Teaching Coding

I disagree that mandating computer science education is misguided. In fact, I disagreed so much that I wrote a whole 'nuther article about it:

http://eejournal.com/archives/articles/20140204-teaching/

Kevin

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Teaching Programming

Yes, we should most definitely mandate teaching programming in schools.

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Overview of Memory Types and DDR Interface Design Implementation

Can we get to see the figures in this article?

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A Tale of Two Graphenes

Which of these graphenes applies to your world? The one that's on a roll or the one that's being difficult?

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XP ATM IoT FUD

As usual, the experts are smarter than me.

Regarding the "infected" consumer electronics, they weren't technically infected in the usual sense of contracting a virus or hosting malware. Rather, the devices in question all had email-sending capability …

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Antique machine plays violin

This mechanism seems to be more successful than 10CC's Gizmo (1970s) for guitar strings.

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Racing for Computer Nerds

Hi Kevin, thanks for writing an accurate article (many aren't) about the topic my friends all know I just can't shut up about. I discovered bitcoin mid 2013 so technology-wise it is ASIC or don't bother in terms of mining. It has paid off but only becau…

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Harvesting Microwaves

Paging Nikola Tesla..... wink

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Which Wireless Will Win?

Bryon,
Let's reason it out.
When Betamax and VHS slugged it out, VHS won. It wasn't as technically elegant, but nobody wanted to sign up to Sony's agenda, so VHS died.
In the WiMAX vs LTE fight, LTE won despite the lower bandwidth cost of WiMAX. LTE wa…

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