Monthly Archives: April 2015

Ready for a GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2015? Phil Haack is back and talking smack about the cool code being build at GitHub. The announcement about the product was made at Build, but this show dives deeper into the...
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Makerspaces are emerging in communities all over the world. They are becoming the new shop class teaching skills locally like STEAM education to kids and new technology skills to executives and retirees alike. Makerspaces are also becoming a social club...
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Today's Ask Us Anything: "How do we get our monograms and dates to be so clear?" Getting font letters and numbers to show clearly takes manual adjustments in the 3D Print design process. Hear our tips and tricks for getting...
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What are the habits that make a successful developer? Carl and Richard talk with Llewellyn Falco about the ongoing process of being the best developer you can be. Llewellyn discusses his role as a consultant to different organizations, and how...
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We have had this problem too! We talk about how we fixed it and give you a referral to our favorite tip and help video on YouTube. Do you have a question about 3D Printing? Record an Ask Us Anything...
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So what is the state of open source in the .NET community? While at the .NET Fringe conference, Carl and Richard moderated a panel of Ian Cooper, Amy Palamountain, Scott Hanselman, Sebastian Lambla and James Nugent as they explore the...
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Today's Ask Us Anything: "What about those smart extruder issues with the Makerbot?" For details on mentions, please see below. Remember that these resources might not be right for your or your what. MakerBot Do you have a question about...
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Today's Ask Us Anything question is from Helene in Montreal: "What kind of Filament do we use?" For details on mentions, please see below. Remember that these resources might not be right for your what. PLA, PVA, HIPS Filament Sources:...
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A pink & purple 3D Printed prosthetic arm for a 7-year old girl has to be one of the most admirable uses of a 3D Printer. But only charging $50 raised a lot of questions for us about design, engineering...
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So when will Moore's Law end? Time for a Geek Out! In honor of the 50th anniversary of Gordon Moore writing the article that 10 years later would be known as Moore's Law, Richard digs into how much work goes...
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