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...on clients who need his expertise to build software and hardware for their companies and projects.
He already has a head start. While Felicisimo didn’t know how to program computers last year, things are different now. He joined an after school club at Mark Fine Elementary School in Las Vegas, which teaches kids computer programming skills.
"Kids are interested in computers and how they work. They want to learn but there's no place to start," said Colin Baldwin, software engineer and club leader. "I've heard kids say that they want to make games and have no idea what to do. ... (more)
With an eye on upcoming crazy days in January, we’re steeling ourselves for a glut of phones, tablets, laptops, gaming tech, TVs, wearables, refrigerators and whatever other home appliances companies can stick a computer into.
International CES, more commonly known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), is an internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show, attracting major companies and industry professionals worldwide.
These things you can expect this CES 2014The ‘BIG’ Tv Televisions are always one of CES’s biggest categories, right back to its first... (more)
As I woke up this morning in a hazy fog from my recent jaunt to Las Vegas for a friend’s birthday, my first thought, well besides, “Damn, I need some water,” was, “Oh, holy hell, I have a column to put out.” Which then, in turn, turned quickly to panic trying to decide the one thing I would like to share that I’ve learned along my journey. First thought that came to mind was: definitely don’t eat a buffet after you’ve done some drinking. Well, nobody needs to eat a buffet period, but that’s beside the point. Come on, focus, Shari. Simplify! So that’s what I’ve done. I decided I want to share... (more)
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