Hooray the Python Visual Tutor now supports Java and JavaScript! With this update the tool supports even more languages taught in CS classes. Check it out at http://pythontutor.com/visualize.html

+Robert Topp +Rich Boakes +Simon Marsden +Matthew Poole – have you seen this?

Originally shared by +Phil Wagner

Hooray the Python Visual Tutor now supports Java and JavaScript! With this update the tool supports even more languages taught in CS classes. Check it out at http://pythontutor.com/visualize.html

Congratulations and thank you +Philip Guo and +David Pritchard for this update!

 

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I have been experimenting with Google's #Takeout – I have downloaded what I thought was all my data on #G+ (see screenie), but I didn't get any data from any of the communities I have posted in (as far as I can tell) #

Is that because they're private communities, or is it just a general limitation of the takeout service.
Or, should I have also selected "Groups" – I thought they were the email type groups.

 

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Like this guy, I wasn't so keen on the new user menu in Chrome, as I liked the ability to have an icon & the ability to quickly switch easily visible.

http://digiwonk.wonderhowto.com/how-to/get-back-avatars-chrome-switch-user-profiles-more-easily-0159605/
Glad you can get it back :)



How to Get Back Avatars in Chrome to Switch User Profiles More Easily
A recent update to Google Chrome replaced the colored avatar menu in the top-left (Windows) or top-right (Mac) corner of the browser that let you easily switch from profile to profile with a plain gray button that simply names what profile you’re in. I use different user profiles to manage my work and personal life in Chrome, and I had gotten very used to looking at the color and shape of the avatar picture as a means of quickly identifying what …

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