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Watch the IBM ConnecteED 2015 OGS
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 4:45p   Bruce Elgort
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Be My Eyes Lets You Help A Visually-Impaired Person See Via Their Phone’s Video Camera
Fri, Jan 16th 2015 11:20a   Bruce Elgort
Bruce Elgort:Thanks Mitch Cohen for sharing this great app with me. Originally posted on TechCrunch: Be My Eyes, a new Danish non-profit ‘startup’, has taken a commodity technology, the humble video call, and, by combining it with a community of sighted volunteers, used it as the basis for an iOS app that lets you help a visually-impaired person ‘see’ through their phone’s video camera. Specifically, Be My Eyes — which recently caught the attention of Twitter and Square founder Jack
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Eight Microsoft MTA’s Now Completed
Thu, Jan 15th 2015 10:32p   Bruce Elgort
Today I completed my eighth Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (MTA) exam. The test was the “Windows Server Administration Fundamentals (Exam 98-365). This exam focussed on the following: Understanding server installation Understanding server roles Understanding Active Directory Understanding storage Understanding server performance management Understanding server maintenance Here is a list of the MTA’s that I have completed the last few months: Microsoft Technology Associate: Wind
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Food Drumming with Bobby Rondinelli
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 8:10a   Bruce Elgort
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Where you can find me for the next few months
Mon, Jan 5th 2015 11:07a   Bruce Elgort
Here’s my teaching schedule for the Winter Quarter at Clark College: Monday/Wednesday: CTEC 121 – Intro to Programming and Problem Solving at Clark College/Washington State University (2-4:20pm/Room 104) Tuesday/Thursday: CTEC 122 – HTML Fundamentals (12-1:50pm/Room SHL 124) and CTEC 127 - PHP with SQL (3:30-5:50pm/Room SHL 124) My office is SHL 127 located in Scarpelli Hall.
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Two Years as a College Professor
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 9:05p   Bruce Elgort
This month I completed my second year as a professor at Clark College. In that time I have taught HTML Fundamentals, JavaScript, Intro to Programming and Problem Solving with Python, PHP with SQL 1 and PHP with SQL 2. In that time I have taught 500 students, received the 2013 Exceptional Faculty Award and have made many new friends and colleagues. It seems like just yesterday that I was discussing the opportunity of teaching at Clark with Marky, Mark, Matt and Ben. Thanks guys for your guidance
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Derek Featherstone: CSS, Accessibility, and You
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 8:45p   Bruce Elgort
Here’s a free, hour-long talk that Derek Featherstone recently delivered at the CSS Developer Conference in New Orleans. When most people think about accessibility, they think about HTML as the foundation for accessibility. It makes perfect sense — strong semantic HTML has a huge impact on a visually impaired person using a screen reader. But, what about people with other disabilities? The truth is, there are many more people with low-vision out there than there are blind. There are more
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If You Use IBM Lotus Notes Then You Need to See This Groundbreaking Product
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 11:33a   Bruce Elgort
The London Developer Co-Op has created a tool named “Via” that every single company running IBM’s Lotus Notes and IBM’s Lotus Domino need to look at. I’m not going to get into the why customers need to consider LDC Via, as I think most of you know why already. Take it from me, this is the one and only tool that you can use to “modernize” your Notes and Domino data – period. Each and every day I am hearing from colleagues, customers and community me
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500
Sun, Dec 14th 2014 2:31p   Bruce Elgort
Earlier today my Lynda.com video series “Up and Running with IBM Connections” reached 500 viewers in 57 countries. I continue to be humbled by the feedback subscribers and IBM Connections users are leaving. Say what? You are not a Lynda.com subscriber? Get full access to each and every video series for 7 days absolutely free.
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IBM New Way to Work – Replay
Tue, Nov 18th 2014 7:31p   Bruce Elgort




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