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Building Chat Bot Apps with Google Actions

In science fiction, we have dreamed about the days when we’ll talk to our computers to make things happen. In Star Trek, crew members can talk to the Holodeck computer to “program” and explore amazing virtual experiences. Tony Stark(aka. Ironman) constantly gets situation awareness from Jarvis during battle by simply talking to his device. We’re

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10 Trends You Need to Know from Google I/O 2018

What’s Google I/O? Google I/O is an annual software developer-focused conference which features a keynote on the latest updates and announcements by Google. The conference also hosts in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, machine learning, TensorFlow, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google

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AFrame: Building WebVR experiences with HTML and JavaScript

Hey, makers and web developers! Looking for a fun weekend coding challenge? In this post, I wanted to introduce you to a simple tool called A-Frame for building VR experiences using HTML and JavaScript.  Originally sponsored by the Mozilla foundation, A-frame enables you to quickly build WebVR scenes, panoramas, games, or data visualizations.  With very

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Top 10 Posts on InspiredToEducate.NET

5 DIY Projects Involving Lego, Arduino, and Motors 8 Resources for Building Your DIY Robot using Arduino, JavaScript, and Raspbery Pi Easy Data Visualization with Google Charts and JavaScript Learn To Build Your Own Conversational Robot using ChatScript DroidScript: Building Android Apps using JavaScript Benefits of Teaching Kids to Code that No One is Talking

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Using Android, JavaScript, and Arduino to control your robot. #makered #javascript #android

Let’s say you want to tinker with making a robot controller on your Android device, but you don’t have a lot of time to learn Java.  Perhaps you just love JavaScript and want to write Android Apps.   In our maker education programs, we enjoy introducing students to JavaScript since the language helps students go

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Key Insights from Microsoft Build 2015 Conference

Top Stories on InspiredToEducate.NET Learning To Code Easy Data Visualization with Google Charts and JavaScript Learn to Build Your Own Conversational Bot using ChatScript 10 Free Resources for Learning JavaScript and HTML5 17 Fun Tools To Teach Kids To Code by @ChrisBetcher Benefits of Teaching Kids To Code That No One Is Talking About Easy

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3D Modeling with 123D Sculpt

For tinkers, artists, and students interested in 3D modeling, I wanted to share my review of 123D Sculpt by @AutoDesk.   At the time of this writing, you can only find this app on the iOS app store.   I find that I gravitate toward using my desktop computer for 3D modeling since the keyboard

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10 Community Service Challenge Ideas for Civic Hackers

As I have started to share the story of the National Day of Civic Hacking with my friends, local designers, programmers and family, I commonly receive the following question:  What kinds of projects can I do? I wrote this post so that you’re not stuck with “blank paper” syndrome.   Innovation is sparked by context,

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10+ Lessons To Help You Grow Your Skills as a Developer

The Google Developer Group of Mercer University strives to teach web and mobile developers about the various tools Google has available to help create great products more efficiently.  GDG Macon also helps technology students at Mercer University meet developers from the local community and provide community building for Middle Georgia IT professionals. We have had

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Join Google Developer Group at Mercer University

  Welcome To Google Developer Group at Mercer University https://sites.google.com/site/gdgmerceru/ We extend a warm welcome to software professionals, students, web designers, web programmers, and people excited about technology. Come help us plan the first year, hear about cool Google technologies, and see Google Glass. Proposed themes for the Fall: Web application development using Google App Engine HTML5,

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