Earlier this year, the App Association calculated that there were 223,000 unfilled coding jobs in the US. Companies have started touting coding as the new literacy, almost a prerequisite to getting in
Investors poured $1.2 billion into health insurance startups in 2015 alone, according to CB Insights, despite that most policy experts view it as a highly speculative bet. In the course of my reporting
Earlier this week, Carmen Fariña, the chancellor of America’s largest school system, announced that the ambitious plan to bring computer science education to New York City’s 1.1 million public school would
The US Department of Labor projects that one million jobs in computing will go unfilled by 2020. These are good jobs, jobs that would allow economic mobility and great earning potential over the course
“We just need a technical co-founder!” “We have the idea, we’re just trying to find a CS major to build it!” In 2016, everyone and their mother has an idea for an app. This is especially true on college
If you are an introvert, you may sometimes feel as if the world is conspiring against you. In the workplace, you are correct, according to Susan Cain, author of the best-selling Quiet: The Power of Introverts
I'm probably getting ahead of myself by writing that headline — but I can't stop thinking about the deep implications of Google's Instant Apps on Android. The basic idea is simple: when you click on a
The rise of ‘citizen development’ signals the end of shadow IT. That realization is one important takeaway from QuickBase’s second annual Empower customer conference, and its first since Intuit sold the
But for those who want to learn more about coding but are perhaps intimidated by the steep learning curve, there's Hopscotch, an iPhone and iPad app designed to help people create simple games by giving
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With slumping iPad sales, Apple revamped iOS 9 to be more productivity-minded in an effort to get people to buy iPads instead of personal computers. Features like Split View let you split the iPad Air
On March 24, Zappos' 1,500 or so employees got a memo from CEO Tony Hsieh. "This is a long email," it began. "Please take 30 minutes to read through the email in its entirety." It concerned the retailer's
An update to Google's search algorithm, due to come into effect tomorrow, could cause massive disruption to page rankings Google is rolling out an update to its search algorithm tomorrow that will penalise
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