Georgia On My Mind
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- Free Speech 2 months ago Georgians have been telling me for years that they do not value the freedom of speech - I was just too incredulous to believe they were serious. Continue reading →
- Georgian Hospitality 4 months ago One of the traditions Georgians are most proud of is their tradition of hospitality. I have been the beneficiary of this hospitality on countless occasions over the last four years, many of which I have not had the opportunity to … Continue reading →
- Why I Teach Programming 5 months ago I teach programming for two reasons: to increase the diversity of the tech industry, and because I believe that the skills used for programming are both relevant to our lives and transferable to non-programming fields. I’ve read arguments that everyone … Continue reading →
- Advice for Expats: Health and Medicine 7 months ago While I usually use this blog for advice and information about Georgia in particular, I couldn’t turn down the chance to contribute to HiFX’ new expat tip campaign (http://www.hifx.co.uk/resources/expat-tips/), which offers quality advice from expat experts to those looking to … Continue...
- To Teach a Programmer 8 months ago This might fall under the category of “things that should have been obvious”, but teaching programming is vastly different from teaching English. I’m in my second semester – the long semester – which I started off by introducing the kids … Continue reading →
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