Mrs. Amato: My students need Bee Bots, so they can explore the world of coding with robots that can be used in to any subject area! Hello, I am a Digital Learning Coach at an amazing Title I public elementary Continue reading Bee Bots Will Keep Us Buzzing and Learning While Coding!
Joseph Marks: The subcontractor that hired the coders signed a non-prosecution deal to end a criminal investigation. Russian developers did some of the coding work for a Defense Department software system and stored that code inside a server in Moscow, Continue reading Company That Used Russian Coders for Pentagon Project Strikes Deal
The mysteries once associated with coding and application development are gradually giving way to the forces of market demand for speed and simplicity. No sooner did we get somewhat comfortable with DevOps and what it means that a new wrinkle Continue reading Business Benefits Of DevOps Empower Citizen Developers
Colin Barker: Low-code development aims to make it easier to build applications by removing as much of the hand-coding as possible. Such initiatives become even more important as companies have to build applications to work across a wider range of Continue reading Low Code Development: Is This The Future Of Enterprise Apps?
Chris Pentago: Ever since the first IBM PC was launched in 1981, computers of varying types have become a ubiquitous part of everyday life. They are in our homes, our businesses, and even in our pockets. The impact of the Continue reading Programming Skills Power the Economic Future
Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez: "You don’t belong here." That phrase was allegedly spoken by a security guard to 20 low-income, mostly Latino students Nov. 6, who were ejected from the giant Dreamforce conference on its opening day, the San Francisco Examiner Continue reading Low-Income SF Students From Mission Nonprofit Ejected From Dreamforce Conference
[Codango: Sad to hear… the impact remains to be seen. Our hearts go out to those that are affected by this change of organization.] Ingrid Lunden: Some changes are underway at Stack Overflow, the online community where some 50 million Continue reading Developer Community Stack Overflow Lays Off Reportedly 20% As It Refocuses Business
Jonathan Oosting: Lansing — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is preparing a “Marshall Plan for talent” and seeking major investments as he works to boost educational and training opportunities for the high-tech jobs of today and tomorrow. The second-term Republican governor Continue reading Snyder Preps ‘Marshall Plan’ For Talent, High-Tech Ed
Kristen Mosbrucker: Organizers contributing to the underlying technology that can power anything from unmanned vehicles to robotic arms are looking for more collaborators. A worldwide consortium spearheaded by San Antonio-based Southwest Research Institute is looking to grow its network of Continue reading Open Source Software Group For Modernizing Factory Robots Seeks SA Industry Partners
Ryan Daws: Google’s appropriately-named automatic machine learning AI, AutoML, is now producing better code than its own programmers. So far there’s no sign of Skynet-like aggression, thankfully, but it won’t help to calm the fears of leading figures such as Continue reading AutoML: Google’s AI Is Now Better At Machine Learning Than Its Own Programmers