Caleb Cohoon has put together a truly amazing tutorial on the MakerBot wiki about on how to add a bluetooth adapter to your Cupcake CNC in order to allow wireless communication. 1 Caleb has checked all the boxes on making a great tutorial C– he3’s got detailed instructions and pictures of every step, links to resources, screenshots where appropriate, instructions for Macs and PC
Cohoon investigates application areas such as VLSI design automation, transport scheduling and routing, and Computer Science education. His interdisciplinary approach applies and extends nontraditional techniques such as computational geometry, probabilistic search, genetics, and parallel computing. Together, he and his students produce state-of-the-art tools that are practical as well as theoretically interesting. For example, Spiffy and Upstart form a complete performance-oriented VLSI layout package for FPGAs; and Presto is a new genetic algorithms paradigm and infrastructure that speeds up searches considerably. He also developed tools for rapid prototyping with 3D-FPGAs.
Lake Cohoon is one of four water supply reservoirs owned by the City of Portsmouth but located in Suffolk. Lake Meade, Lake Kilby, and Speights Run are the other three. Cohoon (510 acres) offers excellent fishing for largemouth bass, crappie, chain pickerel, bluegill, and redear sunfish. It produces several six-pound chain pickerel each winter and is consistently one of the district 's top producers of big fish. Between 1998 and 2002, 66 trophy chain pickerel were reported, more than any other lake in the district. The lake is also one of the district
Joanne McGrath Cohoon is a sociologist who researches, publishes, and speaks on women's under-representation in IT and gender segregation in higher education. She is an NCWIT Senior Research Scientist. Dr. Cohoon joined the department of Science, Technology, and Society at the University of Virginia in 2003. She teaches Gender, Technology, and Education and supervises both graduate and undergraduate student research. Joanne has conducted nationwide studies of departmental factors that influence recruitment and retention at the undergraduate and graduate levels of computer science. Her research interests include technology and gender, education and gender, higher education, and organizations. She has a BA in Philosophy, an MA in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Virginia.