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  • Blog Post: Microsoft at SIGCSE 2012

    For the first time in several years I am not attending SIGCSE this week. I’m really missing it as so many of my friends will be there. But no use crying over what could have been. Even though I am not there the Microsoft presence is going to be awesome. I wanted to highlight some of it. As you...
  • Blog Post: SIGCSE 2012 For Computing Teachers

    This is another of several recent “CSTA Blasts” that I am posting on my blog. If you are a member of the Computer Science Teachers Association you will have seen this and I apologize for the duplication. If you are a computer science educator, especially in K12, you should be a member. SIGCSE...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Links 14 March 2011

    This highlight of my week last week was being in Dallas Texas for SIGCSE. This is by far my favorite conference of the year. I was able to connect with a bunch of people who read my blog (thanks for mentioning that everyone), talk to old friends, make new friends and even attend some really good sessions...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Links 31 January 2011

    Well my busy season is about to begin. Next week I will be in Austin TX for TCEA. I will be doing some talks and demos about Small Basic and hanging around the Microsoft booth  from time to time. I also plan to attend EduBloggerCon TCEA, the CS/TA SIG meeting and some sessions. Most of all seeing...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Links 15 February 2010

    I’m running late today I am afraid. Got home late from the west coast last night and my body is a little confused about what time it really is. Make me think of the old song that asks “does anyone really know what time it is?” Any way it was all worth it as I had a great time at TCEA in Texas before...
  • Blog Post: Are you going to SIGCSE 2010?

    I see over on the SIGCSE 2010 blog that early registration for SIGCSE is now open. In my opinion SIGCSE is the most important computer science education event of the year. Now I know that a lot of people see it as primarily a higher education event and for sure most attendees are in higher education...
  • Blog Post: Are We Doing It Right?

    I’ve spent the last week on vacation. A vacation from the Internet as much as from work. As I write this it is 6 days since I have checked email, opened a web browser, Twittered a message to Twitter or had any other sort of Internet activity*. It’s been a bit of a relief. Oh sure I am somewhat dreading...
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