I’m happy to announce two new exciting “non-credit” courses that are being offered this Fall through Clark College that I wanted you to know about! Develop Web Pages Using HTML & CSS Level 1 – The first section of this course starts on October 12, 2020, and runs for 3 weeks. Classes are on ZoomContinue reading “Announcing Two New Non-Credit Classes at Clark College”
Here are 10 of Visual Studio Code keyboard shortcuts that will help you out a lot. Give them a shot and let me know what you think. Turn off word-wrap Windows: Alt + z Mac: ⌥ + z Toggle the sidebar Windows: Control + b Mac: ⌘ + b Toggle File explorer Windows: Control +Continue reading “Visual Studio Code – 10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know”
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I had the honor of becoming a contributor for the outstanding NotesIn9 Video Podcast produced by David Leedy. In this show, I demonstrate how I built and Amazon Alexa Skill for the IBM Domino based IdeaJam app. If you have any questions, please let me know. I would be more than happy to answer them! ThankContinue reading “Amazon Alexa Meets IBM Domino”
Here’s a sneak peek of the app I will be featuring on an upcoming NotesIn9 screencast: Here’s a sneak peek at the Amazon Alexa demo I’m building for @NotesIn9 that reads data from @ideajam pic.twitter.com/p43WbOQuEr — Bruce Elgort 🐧 (@belgort) February 8, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
This past weekend at the Devsigner Conference held in Portland, Oregon, Dylan Tack gave an excellent presentation entitled “Taking control of the Browser Security Model”: Since the birth of the web, the browser security model has remained nearly static. Recent evolutions make it possible for site operators to fine-tune the security model, and enforce mandatory accessContinue reading “Taking control of the Browser Security Model”
Here is a simple example of calling the IBM Weather Company REST API using Python. The program asks for a US ZIP code and then displays some of the data. A perfect program for an intro to programming class. Also, on GitHub.