This post was originally from the blog site Binary Girls that my friends Abbey, Sarah, and I started. I’m saving it here for archival reasons.   Compute Midwest, a regional conference focusing on new ideas in technology, was two weekends ago. In this post, I want to talk about the other half of the conference, […]

This post was originally from the blog site Binary Girls that my friends Abbey, Sarah, and I started. I’m saving it here for archival reasons. Last weekend Abbey and I attended Compute Midwest, a regional conference described as: Compute Midwest is a 2 day convergence of tech: new people, new ideas and innovation in Kansas […]

This post was originally from the blog site Binary Girls that my friends Abbey, Sarah, and I started. I’m saving it here for archival reasons. If you’ve used Eclipse, you know it’s Java-based. And it’s easy to get it running in Windows to compile Java programs. But what about C++? If you’ve downloaded the CDT […]

This post was originally from the blog site Binary Girls that my friends Abbey, Sarah, and I started. I’m saving it here for archival reasons. I’m writing this on my flight home. It helps pass the time, but my tablet might have typos. Sorry in advance! There were many firsts to this trip. I haven’t […]

This post was originally from the blog site Binary Girls that my friends Abbey, Sarah, and I started. I’m saving it here for archival reasons. Hello! I’m Sarah, one of the two Sarahs on this site. I’m a student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I met Abbey and Sarah at the Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, […]