Monthly Archives: July 2014

To Git or not to Git, that is the question

I’ve sort of reluctantly been pulled into the 21st century of Version Control to use¬†GitHub. Originally an SVN user and many years before that CVS, I have found the Git world is so different that I still don’t trust myself … Continue reading

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What do 17 year old science students know (or not)?

This summer I had the opportunity to host five high school students at a UW science camp. I decided to give them a project where they could build circuits that could do addition and multiplication just using resistors. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Adding an Image to a Firemonkey Button

As a result of a question I posted on stackoverflow about how to add an image to button in firemonkey I made this quick video to demonstration how it’s done. Stackoverflow link: ¬†http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24522555/create-image-button-in-firemonkey

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