From Bebo to Facebook, Blockbusters to Netflix, technology has made monumental leaps over the past decade. People now have more opportunities to connect than ever before.
Gone are the days of picking up the house phone or calling a cab; things of the past are gradually being replaced with the likes of Whatsapp and the city-dominating UBER app. Leaving the house seems like a chore when you can order the week’s groceries off Amazon.
Welcome to the digital age.
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Here it is again, the ol’ c-word. Coding. You’re probably sick to the back teeth of us continually harping on about how an ability to code is awesome/important/lucrative. But it IS awesome/important/lucrative, darn it.
Continue reading Coding: Why The 2014 Curriculum Is A Good Thing
Ever been watching a film, and there’s a scene set on a battleship in which a huge robot gun shoots down an enemy plane? Well, that ain’t science fiction folks. Continue reading Do Androids Dream Of Machine Guns? Florrie Vincent Investigates
A month ago, the UK-based tech company Powa managed to raise an unprecedented $76 million in investment from a single American financier. Now they’re on the look-out for the brightest and very best of young British digital talent to join them in their upward trajectory. Sound like something you’d be interested in?
Continue reading Thinking the unthought: How Powa Technologies is promoting innovative youngsters in tech
Recruiting for technical roles is no picnic, they say. There aren’t enough developers out there, they say. If only these harbingers of doom would jog on and let us get on with writing our job descriptions and let the storm blow over, right? Wrong. Continue reading Hunting For Tech Talent: How To Beat The Deficit
How better to kick off our Women In Tech season than an interview with Roxanne Varza, founder of Girls In Tech UK, former editor of TechCrunch and Microsoft’s Startup Lover? Roxanne is all sorts of great and inspirational, and does SO MANY THINGS in the tech world? Today we talk start-ups, the future, and post-blogger syndrome… Continue reading Interview with Roxanne Varza, Girls In Tech:“In the future, understanding code will be like understanding English”
We’re delighted to announce that our very own Rajeeb Dey has been selected as one of this year’s Marketing Academy Scholars. A great recognition of young entrepreneurs; it hopefully will mean ever more promotion of the kind of impact graduates and emerging startups can make. Continue reading Enternships CEO Rajeeb Dey awarded Marketing Academy Scholarship
What do Twitter, Hulu, Airbnb and Guitar Hero all have in common? They were all built using Ruby on Rails.
To equip you with the skills necessary to interact and build new technologies, the new London campus of General Assembly are providing an 8-week course that will teach you everything you need to confidently ride the Ruby Rails.
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