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#iACast 86 – Benefits of Code

This episode of the iACast is a combined episode with the iA CodeCast podcast where we discuss everything related to code. On this episode Michael, Aleeha, and Jason discuss how coding can be rewarding and an amazing career opportunity instead of it being a chore.


We start the show by talking about the new decision by the supreme court that forces Internet companies who sell products in the United States to charge sales tax.

Article discussion from NPR 


Each week our hosts pick something in technology they have used during the week.

We hope that you enjoyed this episode of the iA Cast and the iA CodeCast. Please let us know what you think by emailing or by using our hashtag of #iACast. You can also follow us on twitter at @iaccessibility1

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iA CodeCast 2: Language Syntax

On this episode of the iA CodeCast Michael, Dan and Aleeha discuss the differences in language syntax between different programming languages.

Dan has issued challenge number 2 where a person must write a program with two different conditionals. One being an if, and else if condition, and the other being the same condition with a select or switch case conditional. You can submit challenges to our mailing list at and you can join by emailing

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iA CodeCast 1: Hello World!

Hello World! This is the first episode of an all new show from iAccessibility where we discuss all things code. On this episode we discuss the basics of coding and how to get started.

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Programming Challenge

Each episode we post a new programming challenge that you can submit to us by joining the iACoders mailing list. Simply send an email to You will need to confirm your email address, which may be in your spam folder after you join.

This week’s challenge is to build a hello world application that says Hello World. The app will then ask the user their name and then Print the person’s name back out after the word Hello. You will need to use code to print items to the screen, use variables, and request user information. You may use whatever language you like to make this solution, but do not put compiled code in the list.