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Articles

Reflecting on myself as a teacher
14 Nov 2019 / Education
When I became the teacher I never wanted to become I became something horrible
Developing rich syntaxes for easy to learn coding
11 Oct 2019 / Technology
Some languages really have easy to read and write syntaxes, whereas others sacrifice this for structure. What about the combination of both?
A look at a new CSS feature (May 2019)
23 May 2019 / The Web
Here's a look at one of the new features to CSS as of May 2019
The Apple keyboard problem
10 May 2019 / Technology
Apple has a problem. I think it's time they addressed this.
The Right To Repair (and why it matters)
24 Apr 2019 / Technology
Being able to repair your own technology is great for someone like me. But a world without the ability to do this is becoming the norm.
Effective formative assessment
21 Jan 2019 / Education
What constitutes effective formative assessment? In this article I look into what I understand effective formative assessment to look like.
How did AMD manage to make Threadripper so powerful?!
07 Jan 2019 / Technology
AMD's Threadripper is a beast. But how can it have 64 cores in a world where 4 cores is the norm?!
Phones in schools
04 Jan 2019 / Education
There is a big issue with the use of phones in schools. This article explores this issue in depth and why it is such a problem.
Is the sun finally Ryzen for AMD? A look at how AMD has changed.
20 Dec 2018 / Technology
AMD have long been in the shadow of Intel. But is it finally time for them to Ryzen shine? I take a look at how AMD has changed over the years and how they are finally getting there with the Ryzen CPUs.
Is the sun finally Ryzen for AMD? A look at how AMD has changed.
Giving more power to the browser (and JavaScript)
17 Oct 2018 / The Web
We are always giving more to JavaScript, but is this a good thing? In this article I'm exploring some very basic reasons why security has improved in our browsers and why JavaScript is no longer the threat it used to be.