By Dilys Sun (Student, Codecademy)
Congratulations on learning how to code! Chances are you have already envisioned how the coding knowledge may serve you. You are off to a great start, but now what? Here’s your starter battle chest of weapons and armors. Good luck on your new quest.
’bout time a girl founded the next Facebook/Google/Apple.
By Frances Advincula (Software Engineer, Accenture)
What I love most about being an engineer is at the end of the day, I am helping build a product, something tangible and measurable. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that right now, everyone wants to learn how to program, since the tech industry is currently so hot and well, it’s now cool to be a geek. To top it off, I’m sure you’ve noticed how everyone wants to hire top-notch engineers.
Learn how to program, what software businesses are, and how to design – through free classes online!
By Frances Advincula (Former Platform Development Intern, Accenture Software)
For The Programmers
- Multi-core Programming Primer Course – When PSN was down, I was so happy because I had my guy all to myself. If you’re dating or have dated or are a gamer… Well, now you can say you’ve programmed on the Play Station 3 development platform.
By Jazmin Hupp (Director of Awesome, Tekserve)
“In times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” – Eric Hoffer
Read A New Book Every Month
John Spence says that the average business person reads one business book every 5 years. If you read 6 business books a year, you’ll be in the top 1% of learners in America. If you read a business book every month, you’ll be in the top 1% of learners in the world.