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Software & Tools for 3D Printing | 3D Printing for Beginners
Software list for beginners using 3d printers - some apps are online.
3dprinters  3d  apps  free  beginners  cad  iste18 
3 days ago by amann
Ode to weather - Bobulate
Cold weather is always a giant surprise. “I can’t believe how much it snowed!” or “Can you believe how cold it is!” This utter disbelief extends to all seasons: “I can’t get over how hot it is.” And so on.

When it comes to weather, we have a beginner’s mind. We approach each season as a blank slate, a wholesale dropping of our expectations, opening ourselves to be astonished by something as simple as temperature or precipitation.

Could we apply the same open expectations to our work? To our relationships? Perhaps then, we can be as surprised by everyday interactions as we are with the daily forecast.
weather  expeactations  surprise  time  beginners 
4 days ago by sspela
Beginner's Guide on How to Buy a 3D Printer | All3DP
You’ve heard so many great things about 3D printers and what you can do with them. There are so many wonderful machines which can make your builder’s dreams come true. But if you want to buy a 3D printer, what model should you choose? How much should you spend? And where’s the best place to buy a 3D printer? Here’s a guide to the most pressing questions when buying a 3D printer.
3dprinting  beginners  guide  all3dp  article  buying 
14 days ago by cyberchucktx
Writing Dates | Grammar Girl
(This is probably a pretty good reference for passing along to beginners about omitting “th,” “nd”, and "st” from dates.)
"When you're writing out a date like January 1, 2016 (in the American style), the day is written as a cardinal number. So you should never write January 1st, 2016. The weird thing though is when you're speaking, even though it is written as January 1, you say, 'January first' (1). So when you are reading a date that is written January 1, 2016, you say 'January first, two thousand sixteen.' That's probably why a lot of people get confused about how to write it.

"The instance in which it is OK to use an ordinal number is when you are writing the 1st of January, because you are placing the day in a series: of all the days in January, this day is the first. For example, your invitations could say, 'Please join us for a party on the first of January.' In that case, it's correct to use the ordinal number, first."
dates  canonical  beginners  language  grammar  cardinal  ordinal  grammargirl  quickanddirtytips 
14 days ago by handcoding
Why you can't test a screen reader (yet)!
(This is actually a pretty good explanation of the accessibility tree:)
"But what many don't know is that during this process there's a second tree created called the accessibility tree. This tree removes all the nodes which are semantically uninteresting and computes the roles/states/properties for the remaining nodes. Similar to the render tree, it will also remove nodes hidden by CSS."
accessibility  accessibilitytree  a11y  robdodson  2017  beginners 
16 days ago by handcoding
7 stages of becoming a Go programmer |
Whether you're new to Go or a seasoned Gopher, you may recognize these steps on the path to Go enlightenment.
golang  beginners  list 
11 weeks ago by tima

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