Participants compete during the ethical hacking contest Insomni'hack on March 21, 2014 in Geneva.

Being a competitive coding jock has its perks

Sep 28, 2015
Opportunities include job offers from Silicon Valley companies.
Posted In: coding, competitiveness, Sports, technology, Wall Street, Silicon Valley
Participants in coding boot camps may be eligible for federal loans.

Coding boot camp? There may be a Pell Grant for that

Jul 2, 2015
US education department looks at giving aid to students in unaccredited programs.
Posted In: coding, higher education, Pell Grants
Participants work at their their laptops at a computer hackers' congress.

Paul Ford on ‘What Is Code?’ and why we should care

Jun 12, 2015
Most users don't know about programming. Ford wants to fix that.
Posted In: computers, coding, software

Coding in classrooms

Dec 11, 2014
It's Computer Science Education Week, and kids are trying their hand at coding.
Posted In: coding, classrooms, education technology
Nancy the Robot

Beyond bookshelves: Meet your public library's robots

Oct 10, 2014
The Westport, Ct. library has two robots that patrons can learn how to program.
Posted In: libraries and tech, library, robots, coding
Coding teachers

There aren't enough teachers with coding skills

Sep 5, 2014
Teachers learn to code on the fly as more districts incorporate digital requirements.
Posted In: coding, teachers

​The best starter-coding language? How about English?

Jun 4, 2014
A teacher in Hawaii is using interactive fiction to teach coding.
Posted In: coding, teaching

Bridging a perception gap in, and about, Silicon Valley

Feb 13, 2014
A look at class divisions through public transportation and education.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, Google, code for america, technology, coding, San Francisco

Kids: Program or be programmed

Dec 10, 2013
If you think of a classroom day as an economy, there are some who don’t believe coding should get a piece of it.
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