The Nashville Mini Maker Faire is an annual gathering of local and regional makers who showcase their do-it-yourself (DIY) projects and innovations in an expansive exhibition. From costuming to creative knitting, robot-building to car and cycle modding, the Faire assembles a cross-section of interests with the common theme of science and creativity.
About nine miles west of downtown Chicago, the Des Plaines River meanders across the prairie through the planned community of Riverside, Illinois. Settled nearly 200 years ago, this “Village in the Forest” was designed by the father of landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmstead. With curved streets, gaslights, park-like lots and greenways, Riverside contains one of the most architecturally important houses in the US.
Crafting a great story, for any medium, is a frightening, exhilarating, exhaustive supremely rewarding endeavor.
When not properly defined and isolated, the scope of your programming variables can lead to numerous and nefarious crimes in the final application—and subsequently the end user experience. Therefore, the scope of each variable is something to be protected. Variables that are not properly protected lead to a programming problem called “leaky scope.”
We’re proud to be a sponsor of the 7th Annual Inglewood Charity Golf Classic, which benefits the projects of the Inglewood Neighborhood Association. Register to play at http://inglewoodrna.org/golf.php, and look for the Anode team on Saturday, June 20th.
We’re proud to be one of the sponsors behind the great kids, coaches and parents of the East Nashville Little League. Go Braves!
Beacons are tiny electronic devices that communicate with mobile devices within physical proximity using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).