Programming bootcamps seem to make an impossible claim. Instead of spending four years in university, they say, you can learn how to be a software engineer in a three month program. On the fac
Paul Herring's insight:
Very interesting and worth serious reflection from IT academic institutions & organisations: "... But the significant majority of companies need programmers to solve practical problems on the web. On this axis, we’ve found bootcamp grads totally competitive."
Walking up to the Young Women’s Leadership School (YWLS) in the Bronx, there is a barbershop and a few run down bodegas. A group of young men in front of a residential building exchange what appears to be marijuana joints. It's not the first place you expect to find a pioneer education program, but
Earlier this month, a team of researchers from Brigham Young University and University of Maryland, led by Derek Hansen and Kari Kraus, launched a new free educational game The Tessera: Ghostly Tracks.
Funded in part by the NSF, the game is a beautiful way to explore principles of computational thinking in a multiplayer, narrative-driven setting while unraveling a ghost story
Why is such a role at such a senior level not only needed, but crucial to the future of high schools? There are now many significant issues, which can impede the successful integration, update and utilisation of IT and IT related services and initiatives in schools. For example, ‘Risk Aversion’ practices, as opposed to ‘Risk…
Over 200,000 manufacturing jobs lost since 2008. Tens of thousands more to go in the auto industry as car makers exit. Another 50,000 jobs still t
Paul Herring's insight:
"There's a conception out there that coding is only for mathematically gifted people and it's a highly complex field," ... but "an awful lot of coders do things like quality checking and just building very basic code".
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