This guide is for those starting with their first build, who want something custom, but not too custom that it breaks the bank or gives them the performance they’ll never utilize. It is also one of many resources to check out as you take time to lear
You don't need to be a developer to understand the potential of Ex Libris APIs. Of the four major API integration projects undertaken by University of St. Thomas Libraries over the past year, three didn’t even require the library to supply a single l
Our university campus was moving to a new Learning Management System (LMS) called Canvas. Wanting to make sure we were in from the beginning and were ready for launch, the library partnered with the campus e-learning group to provide library instruct
I gave a presentation at the 2018 UMWUG Conference in Coralville, Iowa, titled "Making APIs work for you: Creating integrations to enhance user services." During the talk I explained what APIs are, how to access them, and how they can be used to enha
Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, "B", "A", here comes Peter Cottontail...
Easter Eggs - 63K Episode 007 on YouTube
Welcome to another 63K, the Easter Egg edition
Happy Easter-April Fools Day in which we celebrate the greatest
Had to place this on one of the development sandboxes I manage:
BRING THINGS TO THE SANDBOX BUT DON'T LEAVE IT HERE!
The sandbox is for trying things out, not for storage, not for long-term development, nor is it a staging area.
When you are done pl
It is a very HID (Human Interface Device) episode where I review the Logitech MX 2S and end up playing 8-bit baseball with a Tandy joystick on the Tandy Color Computer II.
Logitech MX 2S Mouse and Tandy Color Baseball - Episode 006 on YouTube
Ring and Pepsi Fire - 63K Episode 005 on YouTube
Welcome to 63K, I'm Chad and today I'm going to talk about the Ring Video Doorbell as well as taste test Pepsi Fire.
You could almost call it the Ring of Fire.
So I recently purchase