Dr. Peet’s WritingBuddy is The Only TALKING WORD PROCESSOR for iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod), and is on sale on the iTunes App Store for a limited time.
WritingBuddy gives young children learning to read, people with special needs and people learning English as a second language a personal talking writing laboratory and the power to [...]
ABCBuddy is the perfect preparation for Dr. Peet’s WritingBuddy on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. This fun, free app is designed to help beginning writers find letters on the onscreen keyboard, at the same time giving them a laboratory for letter recognition. ABCBuddy makes it easy and fun to work on the [...]
I had previously worked at ACED, as an administrative assistant and an instructor, and got a lot of exposure into the world of developmental disabilities and [...]
Ubuntu 12.04 is my primary OS, however, there doesn’t appear to be many guides on installing the Sun/Oracle JDK on Ubuntu.
In case someone else finds it useful, here’s what I did on my 64 bit Ubuntu 12.04 install:
1. Download the Java SE Development Kit 6 Update 38 for Linux x64 from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk6u38-downloads-1877406.html (The [...]
Some of the developers I have worked with on smaller projects have never used Git (shocking, I know), and I always end up having to give them a very basic tutorial just to help them get up to speed.
Since I’ve already done it more than a couple of times, I thought I [...]
I’ve been trying to switch to Vim from TextMate as my default text editor, and I’m constantly stumbling and learning in the process.
One quirk I dealt with recently was spaces. Well, yeah, spaces.
I liked using Monaco as my default font on TextMate and Xcode when I’m working on Python scripts or on iOS [...]
I’ve programmed both in the academic setting and in industry. In college, I’ve been in research projects, directed readings with professors, developed apps and an autograder, and had a great experience doing so. I’ve also done programming in industry, actually worked on products that have shipped to users. Most of my work in industry has [...]
I work from home for a company where we write enterprise Java web applications using Spring, Hibernate for Tomcat and use Maven. A couple of months ago, when I started working from home, my manager agreed to buy me a copy of IntelliJ IDEA so I could be more productive [...]