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Millennials Are Taking Control of Their Careers and Educational Paths

GenDIY | Posted 08.08.2016 | Education

By: Adam Enbar Millennials are the most educated generation in U.S. history and outnumber their older colleagues in the workplace. Unfortunately, ...

Co-Founder of the Flatiron School Reveals Which Programming Languages You Should Be Learning

Quora | Posted 04.07.2016 | Technology

What are the best programming languages to learn today? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are an...

Coding School: When Your School Project Lands You the Job

Robin Raskin | Posted 08.19.2016 | Technology
Robin Raskin

As good ole fashioned jobs dry up faster than plants in the summer, there's a gold rush to get the 21st century skills you need to marketable. That message has not been lost on a crop of new "how to learn programming in a hurry" schools.

Moving On From Hacker Schools

Adam Milligan | Posted 07.28.2014 | Huffpost Code
Adam Milligan

The value, and expense of education is a complex subject -- a subject which, particularly in our current economic climate, has been repeatedly addressed by people with more experience in, and knowledge of, higher education.

The Solution of Hacker Schools

Avi Flombaum | Posted 07.23.2014 | Huffpost Code
Avi Flombaum

Adam Milligan wrote a post yesterday called "The Problem with Hacker Schools." In it, he questions the value of programs like Flatiron School, of which I'm the founder and dean.

The Problem With Hacker Schools

Adam Milligan | Posted 07.22.2014 | Huffpost Code
Adam Milligan

The absence of clear alternatives to traditional four-year programs has generated a lot of confusion about what it takes to work effectively in software.

Technical Literacy: Can Everyone Learn to Code?

John Pavley | Posted 07.26.2013 | Technology
John Pavley

I believe everyone should learn to code. The skill of coding is no different from the skill of reading and writing English or any human language. I hold myself up as an example: if an art major can learn to code and find success in technology land, why can't everyone do it?