Ellie O’Byrne: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the smartest of them all? That’s the phrase that springs to mind, sitting in the kitchen with teen coder sisters Emily and Lucy Ray, as Lucy explains a smart mirror she Continue reading Should We Be Teaching Our Kids How To Code?
Vanderbilt University and Trilogy Education today announced the launch of the Vanderbilt Coding Boot Camp, an intensive web development program geared toward adult learners and working professionals in Nashville. Developed in partnership with the Owen Graduate School of Management and Continue reading Vanderbilt University Partners with Trilogy Education to Launch First Coding Boot Camp
Jose Jinoy: GitHub is an extremely popular online platform where software developers keep, vet and disseminate their code. Importantly, GitHub is an open source platform, where users access the site and use its content for free, mostly. Now, Microsoft, a Continue reading Decoding Microsoft’s GitHub Acquisition
Oyekanmi Abdul-Qudus: Learning code is a crucial element in the school curriculum of the 21st century, which gives learners the ability to not only use technology, but to create it as the world initiates the fourth industrial revolution. Learners Continue reading Coding Prodigies In Previously Disadvantaged Schools
Change isn’t easy, but it is necessary to encourage evolution Tom Allen: With the shortage in technology talent plaguing the IT industry, it should be a surprise that some companies are still resisting change. It can be much more difficult Continue reading The IT industry must transform to survive, says CEO of Code First: Girls
Darryl K. Taft: The C3 IoT low-code development platform helps developers of all skill levels build AI and other next-generation applications without having to write any code. C3 IoT’s model-driven approach to low-code application development aims to empower all kinds Continue reading C3 IoT simplifies AI and IoT App Development
Jeff Mazur: Between 2014 and 2016, 75 percent of all venture capital funding in the United States went to three major tech hubs: Silicon Valley; New York City; and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Organizations such as Rise of the Rest seek to Continue reading Companies Outside Of Silicon Valley Need To Rethink How They Hire And Train Tech Talent
Andela Trains Young Nigerian Software Developers [Codango: Just in case you missed it…] Read the entire article… We’re happy to share this resource that we found. The content displayed on this page is property of it’s original author and/or their Continue reading Andela Trains Young Nigerian Software Developers
Kevin Scott: AFTER spending more than a decade at IBM, latterly in a global vice president role, Melinda Mathews Clarkson is a getting used life on a smaller scale as chief executive of CodeClan. It is a role she is Continue reading Saturday Interview: Cracking The Code Of Keeping Up With Technology Is A Job For Life
[Codango: I personally have always seen the "guaranteed a job or your money back" thing a misrepresentation. Seriously… why would any business make that offer, and why would any consumer think that was the norm? If you go to school, Continue reading Udacity No Longer Guarantees Jobs, Will Other Private Providers Follow?