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John O'Connor / StateImpact Florida

Ryan Seashore starts off every CodeNow workshop with a simple request — write out step-by-step instructions for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Mikepanhu / Wikimedia Commons

A local organization is getting a big nod from Google.

Tech Coast Conference / Facebook

The Tech Coast Conference, a collaborative effort to highlight the skilled talent pool, companies and emerging trends in the First Coast tech community, is coming up.

Code on the Beach

Your chance to learn code with your toes in the sand is coming back to Jax this summer.

Elle Moxley / StateImpact Florida

Florida schools are in the middle of a high-tech transformation.

Brad Flickinger / Flickr

In a move toward another big change in the district, the school board took the first step toward a multi-million dollar effort to boot up technology in schools across the district this week.

Google

From a brand new visual design to wearable computers, Google is introduced it's vision for 2014 and beyond in San Francisco last week.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Sam Scavella, Verizon, and Brent Greer are in the headlines today.

Apple

The next versions of Apple’s iOS and OS X were unveiled Monday at the company's 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

John O'Connor / StateImpact Florida

Ocoee High School just west of Orlando opened less than a decade ago. But technology-wise, the 2,300-student school is already obsolete.

Ignite

The recent One Spark crowdfunding festival brought into sharp focus an emerging industry on the First Coast — tech startups.

Another week in tech is wrapping up with talk of another multi-billion dollar buy. Let's get to it with our roundup, starting with the ICYMI section, which features stories we've been telling on air and online, the Big Conversations in tech and closing with our Curiosities — other fun links you should see.

Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT

There’s a gigantic rusty-red and cream colored building on the side of Union Street. It has multiple entrances, one of which leads up a concrete staircase to the door of a facility called JaxHax.

NeuroInitiative, Inc.

While video games may have a reputation as a mind-numbing form of entertainment, one local company is introducing gaming technology as a way to treat debilitating neurological diseases.

Ingrid Damiani / KBT & Associates

An enormous, 49-year-old, whole building thermostat control panel in the basement of the former Haydon Burns library will be salvaged and displayed by the company that built it.

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