Using the Clark College Web Development Browser Extension for Validation
In this video, you will learn how to use the Clark College Web Development Extension to validate the HTML and CSS of your webpage on the CTEC web server.
Get the extension for Chrome, Brave, and Edge browsers: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/clark-college-web-develop/hfjgpnjlngigaldmbhconnjmpjeaohlj
Get the extension for the Firefox browser:
How I, a legally blind person, use bifocals to read
For those wondering why I have to look at a screen so closely with my glasses, I demonstrated why I have to do so. Give it a watch, and this great mystery of “The Elgort” will be explained.
My CS50W Projects
Project 0: Search
Project 1: Wiki
Project 2: Commerce
A demonstration of software or hardware specifically meant to work only at a trade show or conference and nowhere else.Bruce Elgort
How to make screen recordings of code like CS50 does
Ever wonder what software the folx at Harvard/edX are using to make those cool demo videos showing how a problem should work?
They are using https://asciinema.org/
There are also other tools that you can use. More on this soon.
Misinformation vs. Disinformation
Misinformation: You think it’s true, but it’s not.
Disinformation: You know it’s not true, but you say it anyway.
Harvard CS50P Introduction to Programming with Python Course
Harvard is now offering a free Introduction to Programming with Python course. I’m enrolled and ready to learn. I’m a big fan of Professor David J. Malan.
How to Speak Confidently on Zoom (tips & examples)
Here’s a video by Vicky Zhao on communicating confidently on Zoom and virtual meeting calls. Are we not, after all, headed to the Metaverse, right?
Some exciting teaching news
Next summer, I will be back at Portland State University, teaching the Harvard Computer Science 50 course to graduate students. Also, my alma mater, Stevens Institute of Technology, located in Hoboken, New Jersey, has reached out to see if I would be interested in teaching Python to their graduate students; remotely of course.