Teaching yourself to code is basically the new black, but don’t jump into the project before considering these basic questions.
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I went into this class with some preconceptions about how an ideal project manager should act. I learned that the reality was more complicated.
By Veronica Ray (Senior, Duke University)
This semester, I took a Computer Science course at Duke called Apps: From Concept to Client. My three-member team worked on a native iPad application for Visualizing Venice, an interdisciplinary collaboration
We celebrated a flurry of venture funding announcements for women-founded startups this week.
From tech giants Cisco and VMware to startups ModCloth and Lynda, married co-founders are everywhere.
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By Rip Empson (Writer, TechCrunch)
As Ned Flanders would say, education in the U.S. is in “a dilly of a pickle.” At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the cost of education has become unsustainable.
Student loan debt is over $1 trillion, unemployment remains high for the recently graduated, and non-traditional students — older people, single mothers, workers looking to re-train — are returning to academia and learning programs in droves, putting even more competitive pressure on already-scant on-site resources.
By Natalie MacNeil (Co-Founder, YEC Women)
The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council. Founded by Scott Gerber, the YEC is an invite-only nonprofit organization comprised of the country’s most promising young entrepreneurs. The YEC promotes entrepreneurship as a solution to youth unemployment and underemployment and provides its members with access to tools, mentorship, and resources that support each stage of a business’s development and growth.
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