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  • Foodbot. A little food related project.

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    Very short post. I’ve been working on it recently and enjoying it tons! http://www.what-to-eat-today.com/ What started off as a tiny python IRC bot has begun to take shape into a web app and who knows what else it will do in the future. Any thoughts, pop them in the comments, email or twitter. I’ll be …

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  • Good bye JustGiving

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    Written a few days ago:I’ve never been good at saying goodbye and with today being my last day at JustGiving, nothing feels different yet. I joined the team in 2006 and a lot has changed over 4 years. Back then it was very much a startup and now it’s a lot more like a company/corporate …

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  • Lords and Lands

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    Back in January I took a few days out to go visit some friends in Sweden. They have great food and nice weather (very snowy – check out the link). While there, I discovered an interesting game called Citadels – a simple turn based, role playing card game. The more I played it the more …

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  • p2pu javascript course week 1

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    As part of the P2PU JavaScript course, there are two tracks available, one for beginners and the second for people who know the basics concepts of programming. It’s really helped to fill in some of the gaps in my JavaScript knowledge, with edge cases scenarios and fully grasping why things are the way they are. …

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  • P2pu webcraft course: JavaScript 101

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    The peer to peer university was recently created after lots of discussion around it on the Google groups forums and now is really showing great promise. I’ve joined 2 groups – the JavaScript 101 and the Ruby on Rails course. This post is just to focus on the javascript course. I’ve done a good years …

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  • Rails for Zombies guide

    by Kai Chan Vong on

    Update: This guide was promoted by the Envy lab guys (they made the screencast) through email. Apparently their site has had over 107,000 unique visitors! And now back to the post… Hi again! Over the past few days I’d been trying to get people who have never done any programming to give Rails for Zombies …

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