We’re three months into 2021 and things are looking up from a wild last year. Since we’re all glued to our computers for a bit longer, here are some developer communities that you should check out (if you are a … Continue reading 5 Developer Communities You Should Follow in 2021
Did you know that you can add your J-Term class sessions to your Google Calendar automatically? ITS built a tool to search for and download iCal files for the current semester. Here’s how to download and import your course’s iCal file. Head over to the course search tool at https://swarthmore.github.io/course2ics-parser/ Begin searching for your course’s name. Click on your course to download its iCal file. It will be downloaded as an .ics file. Head over to https://calendar.google.com/ and log in. Click on the ⚙ (cog) icon in the main app bar , then click settings. Click on Import & Export … Continue reading Importing your J-Term 2021 Course into your Calendar
This semester, students from Professor Nackenoff’s POLS-22 class were tasked with updating the information for the American Elections map at Swarthmore College. The map visualizes changes to voting laws since 2004. Each student was responsible for researching changes in election … Continue reading 2020 American Elections Map
Did you know that Swarthmore College has a JupyterHub installation that allows you to work on and save your Jupyter Notebooks in the cloud? What is a Jupyter Notebook? A Jupyter Notebook is a computing environment that enables the author … Continue reading Jupyter @ Swarthmore
This week, ITS has upgraded Swarthmore’s Moodle installation to version 3.9. This is a large upgrade that includes a number of new features. Here are some of the new features. Turn Editing On The turn editing on button has been … Continue reading What’s new in Moodle
Did you know that Windows 10 offer tools to greatly enhance your development workflow? Since the release of Windows Subsystem for Linux, development on Windows has never been easier. Windows Subsystem For Linux (WSL) With WSL, you can run a … Continue reading Using Windows for web development?