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Tech companies update language to avoid offensive terms
Big tech firms are moving away from coding language that carries racial connotations.
A Baltimore teen learns 3D printing through after-school technology workshops
Closing the digital divide, one kid at a time.
Some immigrants returning to Mexico find new opportunities
A computer coding class seeks to train young people for jobs in Mexico.
No degree required: More tech employers looking for skills rather than a diploma
These type of jobs are most likely to be offered with small companies.
Educators in Navajo high school see coding as one way to end brain drain
In its first year, the computer class is becoming one of the campus' most popular offerings.
Obama administration expands access to student aid
Students in some nontraditional training programs can now use federal grants and loans.
Silicon Valley still has a diversity problem
But Howard University is trying to change that.
Being a competitive coding jock has its perks
Opportunities include job offers from Silicon Valley companies.
Coding boot camp? There may be a Pell Grant for that
US education department looks at giving aid to students in unaccredited programs.
Paul Ford on ‘What Is Code?’ and why we should care
Most users don't know about programming. Ford wants to fix that.