Monthly Archives: December 2005

Protecting Sample Programs

So, here it is, Christmas Vacation. In a few days (on the 2nd), the final two weeks of the semester will begin at my school. Now, I’ve got a Visual Basic Programming class, and traditionally, this is the time when … Continue reading

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Coding for the Fun of it

Did you ever find yourself coding for no reason at all? Presumably most of the readers out there are into coding, so this should almost be a retorical question. But in all seriousness, yesterday I found myself working on several … Continue reading

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Sudoku Part 2

A few entries ago I wrote about trying to create a Sudoku puzzle generator. As I expected at the time, it is a rather daunting project (especially with the Christmas Holidays coming up!) The good news is that the English … Continue reading

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“Me & Murphy go waaaay back.”

Every year here in Southern New Hampshire there is a seminar targeting technology teachers called the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference. I’ve seen the catalog for the three day event for years, and one of my peers makes a visit each … Continue reading

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