Monthly Archives: June 2006

Let the Luddites Win!

The other day a friend of mine was decrying some of his colleagues. It seems that his coworkers had to produce reports, and send the electronic documents to him for archival. When all was said and done, however, some of … Continue reading

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Post AP application

Recently, I’ve blogged (here and here) about the PocketPC applications my students create as part of their Post-APCS exam project. Last week was commencement at my school, so┬ámy seniors haven’t been in class in two weeks. However, I had one … Continue reading

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theSpoke is not dead yet!

Has anyone noticed a lack of blogSpam of late? Our collective cries have not fallen on deaf ears, and members of theSpoke staff are fighting the problem. The spammers and other annoyances are being dealt with, and while we may … Continue reading

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Programming with a purpose

As members of theSpoke, I think it’s safe to assume that many, if not the majority, of you program in one language or another. (Just looking at all the discussions about Project Hoshimi confirms this suspicion.) I can also assume … Continue reading

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The Post-AP collection

The Seniors Final Exams are officially over tomorrow (Friday), but my AP class ended yesterday. In the final tally, I have nine PocketPC applications in various states of done to look over. In alphabetical order (to avoid showing favoritism), I’ve … Continue reading

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