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Facebook’s 2012 Hacker Cup

Facebook announced today their annual Facebook Hackathon where programmers from around the world pit their skills against each other to claim a $5,000 and title of the World Champion to the Top Hacker as their prize. Are you up to it? The Facebook Hackathon consists of three online rounds with their finals taking care at  Full Article…

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Don’t Call Yourself A Programmer

Curriculums for Computer Science usually include your typical Algorithms, Operating Systems, Security, Networks, Databases, Computer Organization, and among other classes but it’s truly lacking one critical course in my opinion, Careers 101. This course would include most of the things that aren’t taught in regular courses such how to stand our from the crowd when  Full Article…

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Ted Talks: After your final status update

Many of us have a strong online presence on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to name a few. About 1 billion us and what do we all have in common? We are all going to die. Have you ever wondered what would happen after your final status update? Unfortunately, I’ve seen it happen  Full Article…

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Is Google+ here to stay?

Have you jumped on the Google+ bandwagon yet? I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks now and I must say, I’m impressed. Google definitely has made a step in the right direction and I believe this will actually be a successful product, unlike Google Buzz and Google Wave. I simply believe Wave failed  Full Article…

Dream.Build.Play 2011 Challenge

Dream.Build.Play is a Microsoft competition that allows you to dream big while displaying your innovative mastery of XNA Game Studio to build an awesome world. Interested in competing? All you need is some creativity and the motivation to transform your ideas into a master piece. Unfortunately, the submission period for this years Dream.Build.Play was just  Full Article…

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