One of the many aspects of this blog that we liked was the fact that it was easy to read and easy to digest. This means that even those that are just looking at the field of engineering, specifically computer engineering can glean a lot of information from this blog.
This blog gives you some actual coding information, which for many will be useful. We liked this blog because the blogger gives information that can be used and shows the various steps necessary to take in order to use code properly.
A+ Computer Science Bloghttp://www.apluscompsci.com/blog/
This blog sets out to make computer science "cool" rather than something that only a fee can understand. The blogger tries to bring to the readers the most fundamental aspects of computer science in an easy-to-digest form.
Ernie's 3D Pancakeshttp://3dpancakes.typepad.com/ernie/
This is an interesting blog by Jeff Erickson, who is a computer science professor, but he uses his blog to make entries about engineering and computer science, but he might throw in some curves as well. We liked the variety the blog offers.
A Computer Scientist in a Business Schoolhttp://behind-the-enemy-lines.blogspot.com/
Interesting blog combining the blogger's work as a professor in a business school, but has a background in computer science. He blogs about the many challenges he has faced along the way. This blog is laid out very well and easy to follow.
IEEE Computer Societyhttp://www.computer.org/portal/web/guest/home
Here you will find everything you ever wanted to know about computer science along with some useful training. There is a lot of great information on this blog and definitely one that you will want to bookmark.
Meet Drop Kitchen Scale and Their CEO Ben Harris in Today's Interviewhttp://blueprint.shoplocket.com/stories/drop?utm_source=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blognation.com%2F&utm_medium=rssfs&utm_campaign=drop
Drop is the iPad-connected kitchen scale and digital baking assistant that helps you on your way to creating one perfectly yummy masterpiece after another. We sat down with CEO Ben Harris to discuss building the right team, working with PCH, and how the Drop team is hoping to change the way we cook.