CoderDojo Kansas City is a volunteer-powered way to teach youth to not only to code, but to problem solve, create, and collaborate around technical solutions. Hear from Program Director Bill Ayakatubby on what kids get out of participating.
Lately I’ve been trying to up my Twitter game, finding new geeky people to follow, so I can stay in-the-know in the geek community, and share more interesting things with you. It was on Twitter that I ran across a couple of Kansas City podcasters, Nick and Andrew, who put out The Tilted Gamer podcast. […]
Building your own website application can be an overwhelming process, involving complicated tech-speak and limitless options. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone would hold your hand to walk through the steps? Thanks to Django Girls, an opportunity is coming up for women in the Kansas City area! Ashley, one of the mentors, has some insights for […]
One of the easiest ways to build a website is to use some sort of content management platform to provides a framework for pages and blog posts. Many people use WordPress, including me. But just because the platform puts everything in place doesn’t mean there’s no learning curve. Because WordPress allows so much customization, it […]
Both my kids have grown up on the computer, and various digital devices. My daughter’s experience as a digital native has grown into a passion, leading her to take multiple computer hardware classes in school. It was through one of these classes that she was introduced to the CyberPatriot program. The CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber […]